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The Jewish Floridian ( April 13, 1956 )

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be\wiislb-IEIIiD!riidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 30—Number 15 gGUS T SEEN IN 1945 wans to Investigate Case Of 'Missing' Swedish Diplomat CKHOI.M i.iTAi -Sweden's insistence that the question of fate %  missing Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, who saved the lives %  sands of Jews during the Nazi occupation of Hungary, is the [•tumbling block to better relations with the Soviet Union has ,, prom i>e <.! an official investigation from the Soviets. Mil the issuance of a joint communique by the Swedes and Rus|m connection with Swedish Premier Tage Erlander's visit to %  the Soviet C.overnment had answered all questions with the t tna t it had no information as to his whereabouts. Clenberg was last seen in 1945 when he left Budapest to meet ncing Red Army which was then clearing the Germans from He had (.'one there in 1944 with a temporary post in the i diplomatic corps and the mission of rescuing as many Jews as mbly could— himself a non-Jew. Wallenberg carried out that task mil success, according to all reports, using his Swedish diplo[datus for everything it was worth, despite great personal danger. 1 just as the nightmare seemed about to end, Wallenberg disapnpaign on his behalf, carried on by his mother and halfs who refused to believe he was dead, in which they were joined [number of organizations, has been carried on since that time, i diplomats have received tips from time to time that he is still land in Russia, hut they have thus far been unable to verify them. taberg's mother said she had been told by Madame Alexandra Ma, wartime Soviet Ambassador to Sweden that her son was still Miami, Florida, Friday, April 13, 1956~ Price 20tf CONGRESS ON ALERT TOR CALL TO ARMS Rep. Martin, Dulles Indicate President May Issue Request For Crack U.S. Mid East Force WASHINGTON — House Republican leader Joseph Martin (Mass.) conceded Wednesday that if acute danger develops in the Near East, President Eisenhower will be expected to request the use of U.S. armed forces there. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles was meanwhile alerting Congress to expect such a request. One of a group of 14 legislators conferring with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Rep. Martin nonetheless added that "no such request is contemplated at this time." His remark came on the -*— — SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS loin's Socialist Party Urges Moscow Halt Flow of Arms 0NDON (JTA) — A demand that the Soviet Union make an im|ue contribution to the easing of the international situation by the shipment of arms to the Arab states was voiced here this [bj the Bureau of the International Socialist Party. At the concluI the session, chaired by Morgan Philips, secretary of the British r Party, the delegates of Socialist movements in ten countries in! Israel, recommended: hat member parties make representations to their respective tments about the grave situation in the Middle East and to urge i to declare support of Israel's territorial integrity; that the parties ft in their countries discussion of the situation and attempt to (public opinion to the threat of war in the Middle East; and that rious Socialist parties send delegations to Israel to demonstrate rity with the Mapai. Israel's Socialist Party, and to obtain first[information mi prevailing conditions. French party announced that it would send a delegation to early next month. The Dutch Socialists reported that they had [public meeting to rally support for Israel and said a delegation ^!o to Israel after Holland's general elections next September. *tdi>h delegates: proposed, and the Bureau agreed, that one of the 'themes of the May Day celebrations this year should be "Solidariith Israel." Bureau was informed that Egypt had undertaken an extensive tto offset the "peace for Israel*' drive launched at the recent ** of the Socialist International in Zurich. During a discussion international situation the status of Soviet Jews was touched jtt C OOPtRATIOH UNRESOLVED Gefs New Committee View On Religion in Public Schools lfi SHlNCT0N (JTA >—The problem of how religious institution-, Y'rate with public school remains unresolved in a report pre'"'re-id.ni Ki-enhower by the Presidents Committee for the n "ouse Conference on Education. Nor did the report determine M to which public schools may take cognizance of religious V* rf Port urged continued study of the problems at the communi't nd national level in the light of the "strong differences of |sch< i" ""' issue8 Jt emphasized that the problems arising from ttin .""" '" f "" ,er mo "l. ethical, and spiritual values in the J" v lve "widely different convictions about fundamental issues lchn.1 and ,bou ,hc respective responsibilities of family, church. Ir*' 1 '"^wmi. education." |JJJKnition of the principle of separation of church and state is K' i !? 80lvin lhe Problem, the committee suggested. It said |jj d 'i''Moiis „ n church-state relations have clarified only iffi who,e W*tion. It also recommended that the home. £ %  "• 'he community and the school must share responsibility in "" moral and spiritual values in the child. New Deal is in offing for these newcomers to Israel, who arrive on ship in Haifa as Jewish State prepares to celebrate eighth anniversary of independence. But not all is bright for them. With Arab world prepared to launch war of destruction against Israel, these youngsters and their mother look to future with mingled hope and anxiety. heels of an announcement by the President earlier in the week that he may call upon Congress to send American soldiers to the Near East to deal with any aggressor there—"no matter who the aggressor may be"—in order to preserve peace. The President made the announcement following his arrival in August, Ga., for a brief golfing vacation. Prior to his departure from Washington, Mr. Eisenhower had vowed that he would take no action in the Middle East without first conferring with Congress. Observers here saw this as a slap at former President Truman's decision to enter the Korean war in June, 1950. Meanwhile, UN secretary-general Dag Hammarskjold began on-the-spot talks with Arab and Israeli leaders Tuesday evening. With fresh reports of action between Israel and Egypt on the South and Israel and Jordan in the East, Hammarskjold arrived in the area as part of the first phase of his peace mission by unanimous order of the Security Council. In Cairo, he met Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Fawzi and was to open discussions with Premier Gamal Nasser Wednesday. According to reliable sources, Hammarskjold was expected to remain in Cairo until next Monday, with further conferences scheduled with Israel's Prime Minister David Ben Gurion in Jerusalem following later in the week. Situation in Gaza Area Remains Tense; Hammarskjold Meets Egypt's Nasser JERUSALEM (JTA>—The situation on the IsraelEgyptian ( "' ;,za s,r 'P A"—Ito continued here to be tense, and United Nations truce chief Mai. Gen. E. L M. Burns announced that he had cancelled his scheduled flight to Rome to meet Dag Hammarskjold. UN secretary general who is on his "peace mission" to the Arab countries and Israel. (A cable Proceeds from sale of State of Israel Development Bonds are being utilized to develop and expand Israel s arts and crafts fndustry. With Israel Bond aid. this industry has in the past We years become one of Israel's leading exporters, meeting her growing demand abroad for Israeli-made products. As a result. Israeli artists and designers are becoming renowned Throughout the world. Shown above at her modern Jerusalem workshop fireplace is Zahara Shatz, prominent designer, who Creates many of Israels plastic art objects, a good portion of which are sold in America. from Rome to the JTA said that Mr. Hammarskjold had decided to leave Rome and confer with Gen. Burns in Jerusalem instead of Rome, as originally contemplated.) Gen. Burns told Premier David Ben Gurion Sunday that "Egypt will be placed in the position of an aggressor" if it is proven that the Egyptians ordered Saturday's attacks by Arab suicide squads, known as fedayeen, on Askelon, Nitzahim, Shoval and other Israeli settlements, firing upon civilians in the streets and killing and wounding a number of Israelis. Nine Israeli points were attacked by the Arab squads, it was established here. The UN truce chief, in his talk with Mr. Ben Gurion, expressed hope that pending a UN investigation Israel will not launch reprisals against Egypt for Saturday's at-' tacks. Mr. Ben Gurion. in his capacity as Defense Minister, said that Israel reserves freedom of action for itself, unless unequivocal and unreserved assurances are obtained from the Egyptian Government that it will refrain from all hostile acts in accordance with the existing Israel-Egyptian armistice agreement. The meeting between Gen. Burns and Mr. Ben Gurion, which took place at the former's request, was attended by Foreign Minister Moshc Sharett.



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Page 2 A fJenisfi norkJian ff IE Appeal for Members Herbert I.ini.k and Jacob Fish man will CODdlMf a membership appeal ii\< r -LIIKHI WWPB at noon Sun I.iy in U half of the Miami Beach Larael Z-n i ict. Linick i Ic i.l .'l the district, Benjamin Appcl is chairman of thr merobfoJiip drive committee. ATTENTION INVESTORS I WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1st ensd 2nd MORTGAGES THAT Will NET YOU • -. arid 10*. PER ANNUM. Mr. Hirae Pliant 9-3444. tBMSEilL HEApAci. HBONGERlfel. ANACj •cription. That li .' !" tlt Scitnufcc retesrrt. v? aw _* "it rtli^tTfifl Luncheon by the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council in honor of Rep. Abraham Multer included these JNF leaders. Seated (left to right) are Joseph Alter. Sol Goldman. Rep. Multer, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Mrs. Jacob Davis. Standing are Milton Miller. Daniel M. Broad, president, Leon Ell, board chairman. Jacob Fishman and Dr. Zev Kogan, director of the Southeast region of JNF. Israel Anniversary Will Be Marked at North Shore Center Eighth anniversary of Israel's pendence will be celebrated with a community rally at the North Shore Jewish Center on Monday evening. "Coming at a time rf trial and est emergency for vast num.edom-lh u %  > in lsra< I and ti rids i lt {|t u J i • %  MtSKMIMIUIIfiS UHlKtN ISIttll SllrTWC Cl. IK 1} (Kilt tl III.HMJ SWARMING? S'NCt 10I WORLD'S = LARGEST "Set Ytw Classified Direct.rj far Oriit Ofkt Nttrnt YN" Member of B'nai B rith Hotel Motel -Home and Ai ment House Owner* • Hft era here f ssnrt yon with a COMPUTE UNI Of UkfJtS CANNON SHKTS BLANKETS *SPRFJ PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS DISH TOY Drapes — Curtains — Bed Pads — Plastic Goods] Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation D. SEROTT, Pres. 127 N.E. 9th Street Phone FR 3473 Cloied Saturday-Opt* Sunday Aplo %  e Combined r" 7,jOUSTBROS.ftv r i ~thi O* ST.' % % > % % % REV. WM. W. LIPSON Mohel Associated with all Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone 9-6308 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 U S. f. Froodman and HI. Rophnn REDREW BOOK STORI 417 Washington Aft., Miami Beach Between f s-urfh and fifth $f|. HFBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES far Synaiofiitt ond Privet. UM AIM far Hebrew Schaali c*^cc >9tR. TBUBIMM JE 1-9017 ISRAEL ClRJinCAttt fUSOIALIZEt SERVICE "AtT" mAURV_ -MrCOULTON BROS. GARAGE Wreck. Rebailt •,, Ufkt aatj F-.iati., Phaai FR 3-2244, FR 4-4652 •40 S.W. Ith Street GLASS F0R EVERY PURPOSE w a. s-a V asj ST0 | t0NT pun ^ WIN00W 6US • cuss Wf.r. Upt, B,„M Mhrf, .ad fci*BjafR| 0 T Sat^ffy sL. A G. iilass and Mirror Work*'* 136 S.W. Ith STREET MiftM .. „,. j „ ^_ PMORE Fl 3-2728 • I •errii Orlim Prescription Specialists 3S0 LINCOLN ROAD Eafrmet ea Woth.aafaa Avtavs MMM JE • 7425 1329 BISCAYNE ROULEVARD Acrtfi tront Stmrt /rat firkin, i ltr Km 12-2091 OCRUSTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL for a Perfect Tribute In keeping with the Iraditioas "f il> Jewiah l".utli.Ki\er-if a 111-• i• 11\. -\|M-ricn< l nqiiirrniini. ( n HlBtaMs Mrmoriul ChaH \.,rl: Tf.ll. •! 4 Am-l.r.l-m \^



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13. 1956 .Totals Announced at CM Meet; % Goal Seen 'Definite Possibility' ,. w j s h Appeal campaign cabinet heard Wednesday that *li campaisn had raised $1,112.000—at least 10 percent "S Approximately $220. 000 has been realiz ed in the emer_.gn story, as reported Airman Sam J Heiman in the Algiers hotel, showed that these record sums have been raised from the gifts of only 5,455 contributors—as compared with 10,000 contributors who gave to CJA last year. In addition, Heiman announced that nearly $250,000 in potential gifts are still outstanding in Pledge cards assigned to many workers who have not as yet been able to cover their territory. The group agreed on a swift-moving Page 3 A cleanup drive during the next four weeks in an effort to reach the campaign goal of $1,725,000, which now appears a definite possibility. Heiman urged extra gifts this year on the part of the Greater Miami community in view of the joint goal assumed by the Combined Jewish Appeal in this year of crisis. Rabbi Abramowitz to Speak Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, North Shore Jewish Center spiritual leader, will appear over radio station WGBS Sunday morning, Apr. 15, at 9:30 a.m. The program is sponsored by the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami. Subject of the spiritual leader's talk will be "Christian and Jewish Interest in a Stable Israel." pvowtow they may be targets for the enemy's |lude-in-Russia bombers. The enemy it only 10 minutes away now •dunks to his new Communist-supplied jets. • From his airfields he can reach Israel's pities in the time a school kid eats his luncheon |jandwich! If the jets do come there'll be no radar •truing, for Israel has no radar. I Other civilian protection will be short or I %  fling: air raid shelters in municipalities and |*ttlements...food stockpiles in case cities aro I*atoff...auxiliary power plants to keep eleeWoty and water going if present plants are •" %  bed. You see, Israel has been doing its main Ending: for peace, not war-building schools, *>m and jobs, and taking in refugees.. But short as the people of Israel are on protection, they are still long on sheer courage and devotion to freedom. They know that tens of thousands of Jews feel they must leave strife-torn North Africaregardless of possible danger-and they want to help. Only right now they can't there's their own emergency. Right now, only you can rescue these ref ugees-and Israel's people pray that you will. Your prompt gift to the United Jewish Appeal will help bring in at least 45,000 from Morocco and Tunisia. It will maintain great humanitarian programs for refugee absorption, for the handicapped, the aged and youth. So, give your inereated gift to U J A's regular campaign. Then give a great extra gift to UJA's Special Survival Fond. Giva today. giva mort In **** ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY RALLIES SUNDAY, APR. 15th—8 p.m. NORTH MIAMI BEACH CONGREGATION M0NTICELL0 PARK 164th St. and N.L 11th Ave. • MONDAY, APR. 16th—8 p.m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER 620 75th St. MIAMI BEACH • Give to CJA Now I .. U nited Jewish Appeal H1 I 4 %  '•• %  me ...nd by .*•• •"* ,or lr ** !^ MW vaasi aaeotsatiosj aea mmsaa UT so* sraaet. jsaw voaa



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Page 4 A *Jei$*Fkw-*Hari r; .= Frid wJentet Meridian Published every Friday tine* 1927 by the Jewlshaj rioridian at 12C N. E S.ntri Street. Miami It. Florida a. Entered as second-elan ma'ter July 4. 130. at the Post Office of Miam.. Fla.. under the *ct of March S. '8""* The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Streei Telephones FR 4-1141 srtiarantre the KashIca Press Association The Jt>wth nr.-f.Han 4aaa not stirntee the th of rfc* %  r ha ndle-* advft!e<1 In lt> columns. TU B 7Tf • P T I O N P. A T K • I r $$ oo Two Vsart — ta.OT One Vea FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi Volume 30 Iyar 2. 5716 Friday. April 13, 1956 Number 15 Israel's Eighth Anniversary Greater Miami is set to mark Israel's eighth anniversary of independence at a series of functions next week. Numerous organizations —cultural, religious and educational —as well as tens of thousands of Jews and their neiahbors here, will celebrate eight years of Jewish State freedom. But the anniversary comes c: a particularly troubled time. All along Israel's borders, barricades are being built to repulse impending aggression against the young republic by Arab nations and peoples who have sworn to drive her into the sea. During the few short years of Israel's existence, the state has made remarkable strides on all fronts. Industrial accomplishment in the manufacture of various products, as well as in the exploitation df its natural resources—with the discovery of oil a major boon—ever seeks new horizons of achievement. Indeed, the for mer arid lands of Israel—lying fallow as a result of generations of alien neglect—give way A Zionist's Stern Position Dr. Nahum Goldmann took a strong stand last week in Jerusalem, where he announced his demand for radical changes in the Zionist Organization. In making the announcement. Dr. Goldmann declared that he could no longer be expected to assume a position of responsibility as chairman of the Jewish Agency executive if evidence of such chanae would not be forthcoming prior to the 24th World Zionist Conqress Apr. 24. His unequivocal stand certainly indicates Dr. Goldmann s dissatisfaction with what he has termed "the status quo in the Zionist movement'' and will hardly be discredited by more ardent ZOA leaders here as a divisive political tactic designed to capture control of the organization. Such charges have been directed against other ZOA leaders in the past -notably veteran Zionist Louis Lipsky, who recently revealed his intentions of coming to the World Zionist Conaress in Jerusalem without sanction as an official delsgate. But Dr. Goldmann continues qenerallv to be hailed for his ardent work in behalf of Zionism. For this reason, his announced intention to remove himself from a post in which he has done himself and World Zionism credit is an unfortunate thinq at this time. If there has been any doubt as to the validity of the criticism directed aaainst the Zionist movement in the oast, certainly Dr. Goldmann's current position dispels them. But it would be unfair for him to expect to shock into existence such radical changes as he deems necessary in a matter of a few weeks' time. As a respected leader in the movement, he would also be doing Zionism great harm by removing himself from his post now. For Dr Goldmann has heretofore been a symbol of unity in an organization where unitv is sorely needed. To deny Zionism that symbol when it needs it most will hardly accomplish what Dr. Goldmann feels muai be accomplished immediately if future Zionist activity i 8 IO be either meaningful, or effective. day by day with increasing rapidity to green, cultured hills and valleys. Disappearing from her countryside ore the many temporary shelters that formerly housed thousands of immigrants from Europe and North Africa, with orderly, modern housing developments taking their place. While in education and scientific research, Israel's universities, technical schools and hospitals are fast becoming a model of efficiency and progress for the entire Near East. In the face of such accomplishment, a treacherous Arab world is bent on destroying the Jewish State, while the Western Powers have • given Israel little assistance—either spiritual or in practical arms sales. As the West awakens to the troublesome realization of the extent of Communist penetration into the Near East— with the clear blessing of the Arabs—and as the West continues to remain paralyzed before the onslaught of a deteriorating situation there, Israel increasingly emerges as the sole spokesman for democracy and human dignity in the areaThis is the stage setting of Israel's eighth anniversary of independence. Celebrations by American Jews here and across the country are a fine thing—a tribute to Jewish history, which began in Israel some 4,000 years ago; homage to the Hebrew language of Jewry's forefathers, the lanquaqe of the Bible; happiness over the justification of 2.000 years of exile, which nominally ended eight years ago with the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine. But American Jews—the most powerful Jewish community in the world—must do more than merely celebrate the eighth anniversary of Israel's independence. They must assure the fact that Israel will be a nation among nations on the occasion of her ninth anniversary—and for generations of anniversaries to come. While individual Jews can not all enter the political arena—are not all in a positive position to urqe our government and the other Western Powers to come to Israel's assistance —they can, nonetheless, enter the economic arena. They can, themselves, assure assistance to Israel in practical and telling fashion by supporting the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal and the 1956 Israel Bond campaign. CJA helps Israel in many ways to take care of the vast influx of Jews from abroad who seek new lives and freedom from oppression there. While Israel Bonds will go a long way toward making certain that the industrial development achieved by the young republic thusfar is augmented in years to come. If American Jews, and Jews here in Miami, seize these opportunities to express their most telling feelings about the eiqhth anniversary of i Israel's independence, the gloomy atmosphere' surrounding the independence celebration this' year will be displaced by hope—and justified faith in the future. During The Week .. n ^ %  A M •y LEO MINDLIN I e B'nai B'rith in my opinion has committed during the past few months. One wasTh A n *? "*"*%. tendent of schools Thomas D. Bailey ,„ th' e,ter to uul League went on record a, tentative^ h,ch the AnS 1 the matter of teaching "about'' religion M nJh. ^ S was apparently a reply to the superintend'* h plan for religious instruction in the school expla ntJ to begm with a teachers' orientation worksh ,n.v h,ch N While the ADL presumably op*2dU? ltt "*J quently fell into line when the Tallaha0 Defamation League that his plan called for uOHS a ^Nj rather than "religion" per se. all manner of s £'V** 1 this unconstitutional proposal fell away Th ch *&! %  ; principles are now compromised and its oL^T is ,h t issue dangerously weakened. Potion in this cr, For no matter what sincere motive the AM m u in regard to appearing reasonable at the moment e ^ of launching a more flexible offensive again,, h R~, nd iU| l the fact remains that the League is m,w rrp ?r ? y plan accepting the "about" religion nonsense unev Wy on On the national scene. B'nai B'rith has commits inexplicable blunder-one which can be m H5? partisan. Secretary of State John Foster DullesTV"^ principal speaker at a banquet which will diraax BS ?"> convention in Washington May 5 to 9. A B'nai H'riih h|1 the capital triumphantly announces: "On the mo** 51 (Tuesday. May 8, Secretary Dulles will tafljiJH Ministerial Meeting of the North Atlantic Couna i ??"* 1 use the B'nai B'rith platform to deliver a report tothe? MR. DULLES HAS EVERYTHING TO CAIN All things equal, if past experience is a prophetic HU.1 occurrence then Mr Dulles will s ,y absolutely noth ng £ will say nothing w.th the shameless pride of illu*3J1d£l has marked Administration failures in foreign affair rt,I? three years. To be afforded the opportunity ot^JTSl platform for such mediocre purpose is as shameless a* the! which Mr. Du les has heralded himself, his state DepaZfl overseas policies since assuming office. *^ e 11 „, ? !" V .V notion that our Secretary of State would not Bnai B'rith invitation twelve or even six months ago L questionable if he would accept such an invitation now BUM splended time to appear before a major American Jewish oraai and July would even be better. Fact of the matter is that Sel can convention takes place in August, and the B'nai B'rith aft afford as excellent an opportunity as any for the GOP to opetil paign of political expediency—to mend its fences against Jewish opinion in the United States by making worthless pr I If.) t It is clear that Mr. Dulles' proposed address at the B'a. triennial meeting will not in the least endanger hi< previousi j Every Arab spokesman in the Near East and at the United NjtJ i already been forewarned to take onlv at face value all sta. ; sympathetic toward Israel that will be made by Republicans] the coming Presidential campaign. In this regard, as a calculati I designed to help the GOP, a major principle of Arab prop ; technique during the campaign months will be publiclv to def j pro-Israel sentiment expressed by candidateol both parties. will take the form of explaining such sentimentat a device to] "the Jewish vote." Mr. Dulles and the Republican party therefore have every! i pin in accepting the B'nai B'rith May 8 bid It is inexcusable) I prominent a Jewish organization should deliver this kindoif 1 coup into the hands of a man whose record in the Israel-Ana] %  must be subject to grave question. e e e e s HERBERT HOOVER STILL ON THE SCENE Hicn more inexcusable is the fact that the invitation Tree Grove Honors Leader B'nai B'rith did a fine thinq here last week when one of its committees established a arove of 1.000 trees in Israel in honor of former Miami Mavor Abe Aronovitz. The aesture pays tribute to one of the unexcelled oolitical and civic leaders this area has ever had the good fortune to elect to office. But the decision to plant a grove of 1.000 trees in Israel in Mayor Aronovitz' honor achieves an even more noble mark. It serves as a contribution to the Jewish State's undaunted spirit and to its determined effort that Israel shall once again flourish as it did in the davs of antiquity. Manv organizations here should consider the possibility of honorina leaders of the local community in similar fashion. time when criticism directed against Mr. Dulles and the Statel ment, both here and abroad, is beginning t• • elicit a telliafl Heretofore. Mr.Dulles had a field day in his monstrously bigoL East policy—with only Jewish sentiment calling attention to itij dangers. Whether it is to British Foreign Office advantage or^ Is that Parliament as late as this week declared U.S. failure w firm position there as the principle reason for today.explosi^ tion between Israel and the Arabs. %  It is a travesty on historical occurrence that American Jettyl take up the slack when British duplicity cedes to economic-ir 1 si deration. A review of the past shows that the principal Republican! remains unchanged in the present. Most shocking is that Hoover. Jr.. stands solidly entrenched as Assistant Secretary f He it was who sent off 18 tanks to Saudi Arabia while Mr. M tioned in the Bahamas and Mr. Eisenhower played >:olf with Sal To put it bluntly. Mr. Hoover is an oil man. ARAMt'O AnM can Oil Co.) has exclusive right to exploitation of oil in SaudU That country's revenue has increased from S130.666.830 in $304,803,181 in 1954-95. representing an advance of 43 percent CO is American-controlled in its entirety, with Mr. Hoover a substantial interest in the California bloc of the organization. t.iimai ininoi III IRC I UIIIOI llld UIUV "l i"s %  In return for its right of exploitation, ARAMCO pays W nan of its net income (a good part of which is spent to fomew along lines that have followed almost to the letter the S a** %  % %  -_ .* %  i t ,i 11 aiong lines mat nave followed almost to tne reuei '* p_ policies in the Middle East) under terms that prohibit it from any political or financial strings to the arrangement. • see* ADMINISTRATION DOUBLE TALK TAKEN SERIOUSLY Yet. the continuing threat that King Saud might ma*j demands and restrictions on this lucrative setup was the • Hoover's derision amnnn nlkorc in send the 18 tanks t "'' • % %  nniimHIIU n-sirii-wwns on UIIM luviamt -...., Hoover's decision—among others—to send the 18 Aif this example of blackmail to which the Rcpum.vand Mr Dulles are forcing American acquiescence wer<• Mr. Dulles had the unabashed gall to remark before a w Relations Committee hearing Feb. 24: "We do have to fact that Saudi Arabia is an ally, We. P* rfor ^ e :„ a c ^ ke ." Jewish I %  %  %  Hisni ouui /uauia is an any. !• K.-^. selves to certain practices they have which we not n At the same hearing, and with regard to American neI in our Armed Forces, the following took plaee: ^ Sn. Hub.,) Humphrey-Is it true that arrangement ^ arrived at between our Government and Saudi Arabia u ^ of the Mutual Security Agreement and our air base Catninued n Pe#e A



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y" 1956 ^^* V*tof> { J acob Arvey, the Man-His Rise from a Chicago Immigrant Home ... -. with ease that Tfc. JnM MerMte. begins fc.„ fn „„, ;„ MrJe a# „,.. ._ __ ** ** Page 5 A Y m ith ease that J, Jacob An •> is an StcMW, lime ThoM who ""'of bun d the Region will easily ml this statement To Udma>' seem overall* Lortunate thing J that '„ v rarely speaks <>f himf£ ..en-, l prr-na ac^",„, He s willing frtuei .he myriad PL haplayed in philanCd polities over the yNM Knt and with little re[ j, individual impetus rters. i.hen be do el dawn to about these things, < ol. href*' v '" h -(j'wiili a sincere desire ijfv remain no more than l^nt topic "I conversation. ,in a sense, this leader in Jnerican community is a [took for the uninitiated. It (undeniable record of his v and accomplishment that for him rather than any felled with press clippings, ucally. Col. Arvey is a (man. Higlance is gentle |j> manner ol conversation rate But what he has to f t forth in determined and equally determined punctuated with a "jaw that apparently ig[ possibility "t failure. [ with his wife in a | en one ol the Venetian .whose windows look out Biscayne Bay. Magnificat palmmark the circu• of the drive up to the [and beyond, past green [maybe seen an occasional ailing on the bay's water-, s their Miami Beach winter -a home with which Col. j ays he and his wife "fell ft -oon alter they arrived las occa-i i \wnter resiIaddition, it ionly four I by air from t'hicago—the permanent hometown site of the rt>,e of the Jacob Arvej saga. > c ARVEY was horn in the Windy City in November, His parentwere orthodox |and part of the \.i-t wave Migration from Eastern that marked the end of Tfco Jtmiih tUrliimm begins here fhe first in ..,!.. -j .. i co, j.o fc jjjjj ri .no, ClU „o„, SHU SS132LC of fhe American Jewish community. The series is kn,.A L m,m Inflow with C.I. Ary ., Z HSJ B...V "i„L £. """' I WE SPECIALIZE IN 1LL0WS N.IHMI-1 luff-Ml |B**odormd mplvtv with wn Ticking delusive With Us *oy cleaning. No Bicals of any kind used. • Mrictly by a combinap ozone and ultra-violet Jmake thom sweet and clean. MOTEIS, APARTMENT iOW NfR$ 4 PRIVATE HOMES, 1 SUNDRIES & CtEANERS ISAME DAY SERVICE |* UP & DELIVER Cleaning Service ,l7 PURDY AVI. \% JE 8-9829 CROWN FENCE • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN UNI WOOD CONCRETE DOUBLE LOOP 4 DIAMOND LAWN WIRE FENCING MIAMI 8?-2578 FT. LAUDERDALEJA3-0* HOLLYWOOD J .,|.ii b) Loo Mlndlln COt. JACOB AMY ... his granite jaw ignores failure THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES announces fhe appointment of JACK KIRSCHBAUM as Representative Office Phones 69-5106, 89-8386 Residence Phone TU 8-5585 the nineteenth century. It is symbolic that his father's name was Israel—for Israel would siilsequently become one of the most important phenomena in Col. Arvey's life. Lsrael Arvey opened a dairy store in what was then one of the .leading commercial centers in Chicago — Pacific st. — and which is today LaSalle st. (Curiously, LaSalle st. is also today the site of Col. Arvey's law firm— Arvey, Hodes & Mantynband.) Active in the affairs of his synagogue, Beth Hamidrosh Hagodol. one of the first orthodox Houses of Worship in Chicago. Israel Arvey later and for many years served as its president. Young Jacob Arvey had just become Bar Mitzvah when his father passed away. Like most first generation Americans, he helped his mother in their business after that by delivering, in a horse and wagon, milk and bakery goods to the houses of Jew [sh families. When the youth later entered John Marshall law school, he be| gan to reveal exceptional talent as a student and debator. After graduating with a superior scho-1 lastic record, he opened his own law office and later met Judge Harry M. Fisher, who got him interested in politics. From there, it was but a short step to his first major victory. In 1923, before he was 29 years of age. Col. Arvey was elected alderman of the 24th Ward on the West Side of Chicago. > > S ERVING IN the administration of the late Mayor Anton Cermak, young Arvey's political stature had risen so high that he was prominently mentioned by Democratic party leaders in the Chicago city council to succeed him when the mayor was assassinated. NEXT WEEK: Mow Col. Arvey left ro sent his country. \\ II Don't Backtrack, Back Mac RE-ELECT Sj I. D. MacVICAR County Commissioner District 3 Pull Lever 27-A Commissioner MacVicor has faithfully served the people of Dade County for the post ten years. QUALIFIED and EXPERIENCED. KEEP this OUTSTANDING public servant in office. 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Page 6 A +Je*isi> tkfkttati. i Israel Bonds to Map Campaign Sunday;' Mobilization Urged Presidents. IsfMl Bond chairmen and members of Israel Bond comlees of every Jewish ti<>n in Dade county will meet at the Shelborne hotel Sunday. 10:30 u m.. to plan for the 1956 State "f Israel Bonds campaign in Greater Miami. Chairman Jacob Sher Issued the call to all organizational representatives "to be certain to attend this most significant mobilization, meeting. Every hour counts now in what must he an all-out effort to I speed Israel direct and immediate | aid through the sale and purchase ( I Israel Bond" A panel consisting of Seymour B. Liebman. Dr A. J I-hlon and Mrs. Abraham Kasow will discuss "Israeli I>" at the brunch meeting. Liebman is a member of the naI board of governors of the ( Israel Bond organization and for Bier chairman of the Council of -izations of the Greater Miami i rnittee. Dr. I^hlon is both president of the Labor Zionist Assembly of America and its brae] Bond chairman. Mrs. Kasow is organizational \ c chairman of the womendivisi< n of Israel Bonds locally and is I airman for Israel BondOf liami Zionist Di-trict. The noted I-raeli folk dancers %  r-. Hillel and Aviva, will Ida outstanding entertainment. Sher said. £S^AJ Feature of last week's Chen Awards assembly at the Algiers hotel was the presentation of solid gold Chen charms, with Mrs. Lena Mintzes (left) and Mrs. Ida Booksoan (riaht) among those honored by women's division chairman Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Chen co-chairman Mrs Kitty Sakrais. UM Honor Student Accepts Scholarship DttNA SWOTTA Charles S. Liebman. son of Mr .and Mrs Seymour B. Liebman. has I been awarded a special political economic scholarship and the Gilman Scholarship in the Faculty of Philosophy of Johns Hopkins I'm ver-ity for the year commencing September. 1956. In addition, he has been appointed a junior instructor in the Department of Political F.conomv |at JohnHopkins, where he will pursue his graduate studies in the field of economic Liebman will be graduated from the University of Miami in June. Judaeans Elect Deena Serotta Deem Serotta has been elected • lent of the Senior Judaean I ouneil of Greater Miami. Other officers announced this week by Jerome Schulman. city director of the Zioni-t Youth Commission, are Marilyn Pelson. secretary, and Barry Honig. treasurer. Council members include Hedy Black. Boslyn Keslansky. Harriet Levine, Pose Levine. Nora Gordon. Arlene Cohen. Herman Shapiro. Harriet Lifland. Barry Honig, Linda Aronson. Mi-Serotta Wednesday revealed that one of the first major events of the Council will be its annual senior spring frolic at the Blackstone Saturday evening. Miss Del-on is chairman of the affair. Scholastically. he is at the head of his class and has been on the DeanI.i-t every semester during the past four years. In addition to his scholastic achievements, he is i administrative assistant to the '< president of the student board government and a student member of the Court of Honor, associate homecoming chairman for 1955 and has held numerous other offices in student government. Liebman is a memoer of Iron Arrow. ODK and Artus. national economic society composed of faculty members and the outstanding students of each university, and every honorary society at the University of Miami for which he Ls eligible. Prior to Liehman's acceptance of the scholarships and position at Johns Hopkins University, he was i offered fellowships by the University of Chicago. University of Wisconsin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a graduate assi-t anship in economics at Duke University. Liebman is also an instructor in the religious school of the Coral Gables Jewish Center and has been a representative of the University : of Miami at the three past annual i conventions of the National Stu[dent Association and an exchange Student on behalf of the Univer-.it> of Miami at the University of Guatemala and the University of Santa Clara in Cuba. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT nu/3 KOSHER CATERERS from hors ioeuirei to a complete buffet 170 N.W. 5fh ST, MIAMI PHONE 9 7996 Under Rabbinical Suprrvist.rt OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS STOP BED WETTING With tht Wondt'rful Curton* Method —No Drugl—Diets or Liquid Restrictions. Under Supcfvmon ot Dr. Harry R. Bern* •rein. vn.cii stiesct Ms %  %  ttrttciti i sttt. lple s'l.rs nhUM tl U ( %  Mrrunif,, tua.i.iii*!. Mtirtm'.e iiit ACT NOW Give your children the normal healthy happiness they rightfully deserve. FOUR-DAY FREE HOME TRIAL 0*1 d demonstration. Absolutely no obligation as we jiv you a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE NOW! Cal MU 1-5922 Now CURTONE CO., INC. 123S0 N.W. 7th AVE. MIAMI, FLA. MASl, ON MUt. CAN'T SOMlONt HU.P Ml? Tha Conditioned Response Theroay bos been written • • in the j.ttrnol of the A"erkn MeaVal Assiatwn. Lubow Named Loan Officer George J. Lubow. 115 W. 4th ct.. Hibiscus bland, has been promoted from insurance officer to loan ofBeer at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. 1244 Washington ave. Miami Beach. Lubow. formerly of New London. < onn has been with Washington Federal since 1954. Prior to that he was associated with GaynorOorrion Insurance Co.. Miami Beach. GET A BEAUTIFUL FIGURE ...AND KEEP IT with that wonderful STAUFFER NOME PLAN The easy ^vay^ to be SLIM again She's wearing a site 12 again because of the STAUFFER HOME REDUCING PLAN of passive exercise and caloric reduction. 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13, 1956 B|gg*gg*iNjg *•<' nai, discussion of latest advances in surgery also m 'aid discussion of latest plans for new hospital. Doing W are (left to right) Dr. Richard M. Fleming, chairman "rtment of surgery at Mount Sinai; Dr. Robert M. ZollPr man 0 f department of surgery at Ohio State Universal school and recent visiting professor pro tempore v at Mount Sinai; and Max Orovitz, president of the I general hospital. standing Surgeon Leads Mount Sinai Seminar Through the Week M. Zollinger last ducted the ^n>nd profes"ttmpore program in surMount Sinai Hospital. m Max Orovitx, prcsihospital. Dr. Zollinger r of surgery and chairf5a department <>f surgery State University medical Iprogram. which ended Frisponsorcd again this year Luby. president of Luby Co., brought one of liyt outstanding surgeons Miami t"r an intensive jduate seminar, according to I Gertner. executive director >ory Opens His ters for Race District headquarters for Wil II" IfcCrory, candidate (table in District 5, which Miami Beach, Surfside ms ea-l "l ilKcaync Bay scounty. have been opened FtMhington ave. and Suite [Lincoln rd is seeking return to the he served as chief constahlr and acting con[during I94'i to 1954. In a [ofrecor I : iccordinf to I report^, dur ng this time urters -;,\ he personally three-fourths of all civil Ed the irt of the ulity and i tn the (' (it the conI his round the I iinp. t>rv has bei n actively encriminal ii,-. tiuation in county sheriffs office f Past three years and prior las an investigator in the office of tlie fifth dise knows the procedure of Won of homicide, kidnapcnterinL; and all types of i and in addition attendof ihe hospital. Dr. Zollinger was at Mount Sinai for the entire week t< lecture, give case presentations and make patient "rounds." Cancer Crusaders Ready for $100,000 Push in Dade Area Volunteers in the Crusade | Against Cancer this week are going into high gear, with the date of the county-wide door-to-door solicitation hut 10 days away. From 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 17, the Dade county unit of the American Cancer Society expects to have 7.000 volunteers knocking on every door from Homestead to ,Ojus as part of the $100,000 fund campaign. ] Mrs. Martha Logan Crawford, of Coconut drove, general chairman jof the residential division, said the county has been divided into 39 I geographical areas, and that "every | effort will be made to achieve complete coverage." An "extra added" for the volunteers this year was one of the springes must extensive fashion shows, being sponsored by Jordan Marsh Tuesday, Apr. 10. The invitational event, entitled "Summer Seasoning," was at 2 p.m. in Dade county auditorium. On another front, ACS is continuing its education program with puhlic showings of a Page 7 A Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell receives second annual Lenoard L. Abess humanitarian award of Florida region, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, from former Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz at League's advisory board meeting Mar. 25. Looking on are Henry E. Schultz (left), national ADL commissioner, guest speaker, and George I. Talianoff, chairman of the Florida advisory board. Rabbi Cassel Gets PhD from Burton Burton University of Colorado this week announced that Rabbi for-women-1 Abraham M. Cassel, 4625 N. Bay "TcEg.'of"th^proglamTere ^SJS^^S^J^^iA \ £ MiamiJeacbV wa/grantedjhe tee Drs. Rudolph E. Drosd. chairman, David Brezin and Leon II. Manheimer. Chairman of the department of surgery at Mount Sinai is Dr. Richard M. Fleming. The program, held in the Memorial room of the hospital on the mezzanine floor, was open to all members of the Dade County Medical Assn. and fellows of the American College of Surgeons. amination." The films were scheduled for Saturday, Apr. 7, in the Embassy theater, Miami, at 10 a.m., and in Variety theater, Miami Beach, at 1 p.m. Doctors were present at both theaters to answer questions from the audience. While residential division workers are gearing for their mid-April effort, other divisions already are at work under direction of general campaign chairman Elder Cornell, Dr. Zollinger who taught at Jr fljded b c D McCormick c0 Harvard medical school before be-; „.-;__.— coming chairman of the department of surgery at the Ohio med-1 ical school, has held this position since 1946. He has also served on chairman. Cornell explained that funds j contributed will be used to finance 1 the American Cancer Society's the staffs of Peter Bent Brigham three-pronged program of reHospital in Boston and the Lakese rch education and service side Hospital in Cleveland. A holder of the Legion of Merit, the surgical specialist served in the U.S. Army Medical Corps during World War II, where he was senior consultant in surgery for Ihe European theater and commanding officer of the 5th General Hospital. Mount Sinai board of strustees gave a cocktail party to honor the > surgeon and his wife Wednesday. % On Thursday evening, Dr. Zollin% ger was to discuss "Experiment.)! t and Clinical Observations on Fan crcatitis." He noted that during last year, 40,000 Dade countians attended cancer education programs, that a toal of $25,400 over a five-year period has been granted through the national research program for cancer research in this county. Doctor of Philosophy degree. This is the highest degree in the academic world. Board of advisors and examiners of Burton University granted the degree after studying Rabbi Cassel's doctor's dissertation entitled "Religion and Modern Psychology." Dr. Cassel began his academic career at Yeshiva College in New York where he received the AB degree in 1937 after majoring in psychology. He then continued his graduate work at Columbia University, where he received the Master of Arts degree in 1946. In 1951, Dr. Cassel became rabbi of Kneseth Israel Congregation, where he founded and directed the first free psychological guidance clinic. In 1954. Dr. Cassel founded Oxford school of Miami Beach. Under his guidance, Oxford school reportedly became the first private school in the City of Miami Beach ever to be accredited by the Department of Education of the State of Florida. Dr. Cassel is a member of the American Psychological Assn., Florida Psychological Assn. and the Southeastern Psychological Assn. He is also a member of the New York Board of Rabbis, Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. and Rabbinical Council of America. Dr. Cassel's dissertation will shortly be published in book form. [ AUGUST BROS Hy E IS the BEST 3 Sen. Lehman, Rabbi \ Silver Will Speak At B'nai B'rith Fete I "ON MY RECORD I ask you to be my judge ... whether you want me to continue serving as YOUR JUDGE of the SMALL CLAIMS COURT.'' WASHINGTON. DC—Sen Herbert H. Lehman and Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver will be guest speakers when the cornerstone of the million-dollar B'nai B'rith exhibit hall and building is laid here % on Sunday afternoon. May 6, B'nai B'rith headquarters announced. This is one of many events scheduled to take place during the forthcoming 21st general convention of B'nai B'rith. Delegates rep resenting B'nai B'rith units in 30 countries will attend the triennial meeting, which will be held at the Statler hotel May 5 to 9. Philip M. Klutznick, world president of B'nai B'rith. will preside at the cornerstone-laying. Keep Judge SIDNEY L. SEGALL PULL LEVER 35-B llM Pol Adv.) QAVMOND 6. SINCE 1941 he has served: HIS COUNTYi£#2 icitor; Director, Dado Coonty Bar Ats'n; Foculty member, U. of Miami law School. HIS STATE Ii >•** -*•% *vmiM ed a special narcotics course, at his own expense, at the University of Miami when the president of our country issued a statement requesting that local authority sist in fighting illegal traffic in Narcotics in order to better serve this community," his supporters said here. "His election to the office of constable would insure the voters of the fifth district of Dade county that he is familiar with his job; that he is loyal and conscientious; that he will devote all his time to the job and that he is qualified by experience." Circuit Court Judge; Ass't State attorney; Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Florida. HIS NATIONf-",B Air Force, I.T.O.; Recalled to active doty as Squadron Commander, Korean War. "A RECORD YOU CAN TRUST" PAID OOb.AOV cacutT COUKV *•"!** HARDEST WORKING JUDGE IN DADE COUNTY Named as the Outstanding Elected Public Official of Dade County — March 1956 ^fe cr2x>i .; I (Pd. Pol. Adv.)



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Page 8 A Jmis* r f • All Mozart-Sibelius Program Offered By Thomas Beecham Sir Thomas Beecham (Bart.) return* to the podium of the Uni iMhy of Miami Symphony OrihotfrB Sunday and Monday eveDlagi after an absence of many \c.ii i The guest conductor, who is world renowned for his Mozart interpretations and for his championing of Rritish composers Frederick Helms and Sir Kdward Klc.-ir, will nt an all Moznrt Sibelius program at the Miami Beach and Dade county auditorium^. opining the concert will be rt'l iMvertimento No. 2 in Di r, KV 131. Mozart's "PngU*" S niphony No. 38 in D major. KV 504, will follow. mi* -"%  Temple Beth Sholom was host at a breakfast meeting Sunday to Liberal and Reform congregations here. Meeting launched combined campaign effort of Union of American Hebrew Congregations, with Benjamin Swig, of San Francisco, vice chairman of Union national executive, as guest speaker. Standing (left to right) are Rabbi Marius Ransom Temple Emanu-El. Ft. Lauderdale; Dr. Joseph Narot. Temple Israel; Swig; Rabbi Leon Kronish, of host congregation; Rabbi Morris Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Center. Front are Henry E. Wolff. Temple Israel president; Nathan Winokur, Coral Gables president; Ralph M. Spero. Beth Sholom president; and Max Orovitz, general chairman. Other speakers included Samuel Lunenfeld, Beth Sholom; D. J. Apte, Temple Israel; Benjamin Rudnick, Beth Sholom; Meyer Baskin. Coral Gables; Leon J. Ell, Beth Sholom; Sidney D. Ansin Beth Sholom. Histadrut Will Install Lesowoder N.uly elected officers of the Israel HM;i returning here from California She served out her husbands anrl was elected tor a full term in 1952 Her District 3 includes all the area south of Tamiani Trail to the town of Howard, and from Bb> eayne Bay to the Collier county line A native FInridian. Mrs Hardi son has two minor children, a son, Luther T. Jr.. who serves as her deputy, and a daughter, Mrs. Gloria Hardison Cray. "An Adienture in Health and Happiness" An Outstanding Camp for Boys & Girls 5 to 17 Why Camp Pinewood For Your Children? Because they ore so precious to you you want for them: • A cool re're h ng um-er, 2500 ft. h -h in the B'ue Ridge fWuitoHs • Delicious wholesome food — oppeoling to children's taste • Director--, who have o personal interest in each :h,M ,ond the knowledge and background to make their summer delightful • Mature experienced counselor staff • Beautiful camp site — 100 ft. swimming pool in add.tion to privato lake • Free horseback riding • Exciting canoe, horseback ond hiking trip* • A full athletic ond cultural program Directors: Dr. & Mrs. Donold MicheUoo Mr. & Mrs. Fli L. M.'txer Miami Phone 83-5418 Miami Bench—Phone JE 1-6776 Associate Directors: S*tma Hoyden, B. Ed Marvin Herts, 1. Ed. PERSONAL INTERVIEW SUGGESTED Finnish composer Jean Sibelius will be represented by "Tapiola," a tone poem for orchestra, and Symphony No. 7 in C major, the one, movement op. 105. In 1032. Sir Thomas founded the London Philharmonic, the first British symphony orchestra, other j than the BBC, to be paid by regular |wages instead of a separate fee for each engagement. At a performance of Beethoven's Fidelio" in the 1933-34 Covet Garden* season. Sir Thomas turned to some people who had applauded at the wrong time and remarked. "Shut up you.'* Music critic Ernest Newman wrote, two seasons later, "On a hundred occasions I felt tempted to stand up and thank Providence for Beecham. and probably would have done so could I have been sure I was addressing my thanks for so a demonic phenomenon to the proper quarter." S THOMAS BfKHu Women's Brai Slates Electioi Mrs. Simon April, m the Council of Orthodo! Sisterhoods, announced wd .day that a ceneral mtttii election of officers will be 1 Thursday afternoon, Apr. Beth Jacob Congregation. Mrs. Tibor Stern will fe| I gram chairman. Rabbi Tib j Stern will be guest speaker.! skit'is slated by the pjla ( t he Miami Hebrew School i gregation. cOBsistiBf of chael Blank. Mrs. Abe lo,^, %  George Goldberg. Mr, Divtfj jzer and Mrs. Saul Bernstein.1 Council is i chapter of thej 'en's Branch of the I'nionofl dox J e m i s h Congregate America. Affiliated groups i Council >re the *iterhootlsi mi Hebrew School, Beth Beth F.I. Kneseth brai Tfftah, Beth Israel and Israel Hebrew Institute. ; "" %  -* Camp Sky Top FOR BOYS I GIRLS IN THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA Nathan Anderson Miller Owner-Director 6550 N.W. 38th Terrace Miami Springs PHONE TU I 9704 P I 0 N I I Est. I24 JEWISH CAMP Of Sam* Ownership Since 1944 THE SOU Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AND GIRLS On Mills River and Silver Lake, Horse Shot, N.C. Riding Private Lake All Land and Water Sports Sabbath Services Capable Seasoned Staff. Resident Physician and Nurir. Jewish American Cuisine Vi ri-


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f, April 13. 1956 X > I Gables area campaign is launched with record-breaking need gifts at home of big gifts chairman Sam Weissel \ right'. Shown accepting assignments for all-out drive llhis important residential area are Meyer A. Baskin. area nrman, and Nat Wlnokur, president of Coral Gables Jewish jler. Mrs. Weissel was host and entertained group of nearly fey workers at kickoff social. yr Area Campaigns Surpass Last year's Totals as Solicitations Mount area campaigns on Miami have succeeded in surpass .jibined Jewish Appeal totals la-t year Coordinator Jack ; Wednesday announced that i Shore. Normandy Islo. Surffind Bay Harbor have already in passing last year's but are continuing in a I push to set new solicitation is m these Beach communi, J JL"Greenhouse, chairman lorth Shore, reports nearly i collected against $8,400 in Chairman Lou Pritikin of ady Isle, has announced apnitely S21.000 received bt $18,000 la-t year. Phil g, chairman of Surfside. nearly Sfi.OOO pledged *d with $">.7()0 in the previfur. jftr Shepard Broad, of Bav ir, chBirman of the drive in in. announced nearly $20.Otceeding last year's |ol S14.900. Beach totals have heen from some 800 contribCarner pointed out. and arc nearly 4,000 prospects. iindicates (he magnitude of overage job still remaining (each volunteer-." while, are;, solicitation is \Thrrp is JV ibniiiutv for ""•flf Oh, Us PW YKAM M-HfiflfCB AS VOIR "HURN |E0RGE S. KELL TO THE P** LEGISLATURE h ST AT£ SENATOR P L ver 13 A JH'-I Anv) being stepped up on all other campaign fronts. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon last week, volunteers reported substantial increases in most of their pledge collections and promised Miami chairman Gordon completion of their job within the next three weeks. Attending the worker's report social evening were Mrs. A. Z. Alpert, Mrs. Sara W. Block, Mrs. Dorothv Bott. Rubin Bott, Mrs. R. Bukstel, Hyman Chabner. Mrs Ni dor Cohen, Miss ton Cohen. Mrs. Anna Frey, Maurice H. Hyman. Rebecca Herman. M. Laster. Dan Broad, Mrs. Rita Rubin. Gerald Rubin, AI Lev, Mrs. Murray Lazarus, Mrs. Miriam Meyers, Al Miller, Mrs. Ruth (Martin. Mrs. Shirley Queen. A. P. Rosenberg. Walter Roscnthal, Mrs. G. Soybel. Mrs Milton Yaffe. Mrs. Vera Zeltzer. Oscar Zeltzer, Mrs. Jennie Pottash. Mrs. H. Einhorn, Max Parness and Hyman Kam. Rabbi Leon Kronish. president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., was principal speaker at a North Miami Beach pacesetters party held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder. Mrs. Sol Silverman. recruit in',* chairman for Miami Reach, called a volunteers' report meeting of all workers covering the Bench area south of Dade blvd. Meeting Thursday evening in the assembly hall at Temple Emanu-F.l, a strong turnout indicated that gifts in this area were nearly one-third increase over last year's. Steady solicitation is beingconducted in the West Miami area headed by Rabbi Alfred Waxman. and outstanding results have also been reported in the Flagler-Granada section under the chairmanship of Sidney Stiller. Nearly S3.000 has been realized in FlaglerGranada from only 270 prospects, according to Stiller, and there are some 265 prospects yet to be seen Cooperation is being extended in the campaign by Harray Shamis at the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center office. In Coral Gables, area chairman Meyer A. Ba.skin is being assisted PULL LEVER 16 A to Elect JOSEPH A. BOYD, Jr. State Representative Group 2 Beth Israel Readies Fall Registration Murray Berkowitz, chairman of the board of education of Beth Israel .Congregation, announced Wednesday that the Beth Israel School of Torah Studies is registering students for the 1966-97 Hebrew and Sunday school term. The fall Hebrew school semester will begin on Monday, Sept. 10. Sunday school commences Sept. 30. "The congregation has erected a modern air conditioned school building for its religiom schools. The new structure was necessitated because of the large demand for a progressive Orthodox Hebrew school in the central Miami Beach area." Berkowitz explained. Classes will he offered for beginning, intermediate and advanced students. The curriculum will consist of an integrated program of prayer, Bible studies, Hebrew religious observances and history. A course in Mishna will be introduced in the advanced class of the Hebrew school. An extensive program of extracurricular activities is also planned for the coming school year. This program will include a Sunday breakfast club, Sabbath morning junior service, outings, sports and special interest clubs and tours. Page 9 A Myers to Chair Program At Rabbi Rosenberg fete Stanley C. Myers, former prcsiMincha service starting at 4:30 dent of Beth David Congregation p.m., with a dinner dance to foland now serving as a member of low at Waldman's Crown hotel. its board of directors, has been selected to act as program chairman fr the.installation of Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, spiritual leader, on Sunday, Apr. 29. The installation will include a Myers has been an outsanding communal leader for more than 25 years, having been one of the prfanizeri of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, of which he is now serving as president. by advance gifts chairman -Sam Weissel and Nat Winokur, president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Sunday evening, a community assembly will be held in North Miami Beach at Monticello Park Congregation, according to chairman Hy Novinson. Mrs. Ruth Lasser, president of the sisterhood, is assisting Mrs. Ellen Foster, head of the sisterhood telephone squad. THE m AS I SEE IT Continued from Pago 4 A certain American personnel are not permitted to be stationed in Saudi Arabia. American personnel of the Jewish faith? Soc. Dullot—It may be. I think that for many years, not just in recent years, but that running over a long period of years, there ha, been a prohibition on Jews in Saudi Arabia. Son. Humphroy—I mean Americans: I am talking about citizens of the I nited States of America. Soc. Dullot—I am talking of persons of Jewish faith. Son. Humphroy—Yes. but Americans. Soc. Dullot—Yes, of any nationality. It was, incidentally, at this hearing that Mr. Dulles explained Saudi Arabian hatred of the Jews as stemming from the time of Mohammed —since Moslems generally credit the assassination of Mohammed to a Jew! (He subsequently corrected the Congressional Record with the admission that he had erred.) With regard to the Dhahran Air Force Base, it is known that U.S. chaplains there do not wear the insignia of their religious denomination and that the American flag does .not lly over the base—all for fear of outraging Saudi Arabian relicious and nationalistic feelings. This is the man who will appear on a national B'nai B'rith platform May 8. Oh, yes. When late in 1947 Mr. Dulles campaigned against Sen. Herbert Lehman for a seat as United States Senator from New York, he told northern New York State voters: "If you could only see the kind of people down there (New York City) who are supporting my opponent." There must have been many B'nai B'rith members among them he deplored. tooim BROS kyj it t •<• Dl sr n ANNOUNCING THf OPINING Of MIAMI BEACH'S OWN Normandy Isle Chiropractic Clinic 907 NORMANDY DRIVE (71st St.), MIAMI BEACH Under the Direction of Dr. Mr win Hard CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN Hours: 1 to S 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday: 9 to 12 a.m. Phone UN 5-3191 Rot. Phone UN 6-0479 (Prt >.,. 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Page 10 A IlSz^ani Jewist>ncr***n ^iyynvj gfK3f AS — Billionaire ARAMCO Really Behind State Department k THE MORAL DECISION: Right nd Wr^9 ••> &f • LifM o# American Law. By Edmond Cahn, 342 pp. Bloominaton: Indian* University Press. $5.00. By HILARY MINOLIN "IT IS TIME," writes Edmond Cahn. "to consult the law"—not because the law has a rigid answer for all problems, but because it has not; it has instead a "supply of moral insight and experience gradually developed and accumulated." The author, a Phillips Prize winner and NYU professor of law. directs his book to the "moral constitution in all of us and to the need to make ethical judgments in an increasingly complex and confused society. Mr. Cahn's method is to present a "prismatic" law case, one which; "reveals an entire spectrum of moral forces." some of them implicit by: extension. One of these is the case of a nearly blind salesman who. familiar with his neighborhood, managed to go about it without benefit of cane or companion. One bright day. while walking on the sidewalk, he came to a deep trench dug for a sewer connection, fell in. and was injured. He sued. lost, appealed, and lost again. The law. far from being as unfeeling as it first appears, has implications for all sensitive people. For "there is a moral duty to make reasonable use of the facilities of one's societs to exercise intelligence. Second, there i. moral duty to avoid imposing unnecessary guilt> on others. A cane or similar device u a notu-e which the blind man owes to othen Yel another ramification obtain* here, illustrated by a case in which an insurance company paid I double indemnity benefit which they were not legally required to pay. then changed their minds and pped the check in favor of the face value of the policy alone. The beneficiary sued for the double indemnity and won. The reason for the courtdecision reveali one of the most f as cin at in g con ce p ti in law, the ulea that "an act Of magnanimit\ POOMSM and exertlegislative power over the person who performs it. It enacts a super-norm which locks him tight ... the doer of a magnanimous act holds himself out SS fit for the level of the super-norm In the immediate case he will not be allowed to sink below the law he has shaped for himself If it doenothing el-e. a magnanimous impulse rips a hole right through the seemingly ineluctable net of cause and effect. It is like working a miracle." It is the same doctrine which the old rabbi-judges called "beyond the line of the law" (hfnim mi-shurat ha-din). That modern law recognizes and supports its importance I find completely magnificent. Other cases, each as fascinating, rciract the value of being alive, marriage and the family, the privacy of both sex and death, morality in business ia chapter on whether evading income taxes constitutes moral turpitude should prick a number of otherwise quiescent conscience-1, and the "moral right" of an artist to hiworks (four Soviet composer! objected to the use of their music in an American anti-Communist moviei. A discussion of the temporal compromise of the desegregation! decision iimportant reading for all those who would help the South become decent instead of decadent. In these analyses, as throughout the book. Mr. Cahn is witty and penetrating, even epigrammatic. He -nunglibness and vacillation, and the effect Of hihonesty and insight i> like a cold shower, shocking! and exhilarating at once. Anecdotes and quotations from the most varied sources bear witness to the range of scholarship and interest which distinguishes his thinking; one story from the Babylonian Talmud ilike a hvacinth for the soul of Judaism. There are few books which a reviewer finishes with regret, time and deadlines being harsh masters "The Moral Decision" continues to convey a profound and nearly ineffable sense of the loneliness of responsibility, and the possible glory of man that he chooses to undertake it. It is indeed as Shaw said: You have learned something; that always feels at first as though you had lost something." Washington Oil companies that last year earned nearly one billion dollars, after costs, from Arab oil are doing everything in their power to prevent U.S. arms sales to Israel. The companies see their lucrative Arab holdings jeopardized by any State Department move that might displease the Arabs. Pressure was brought to bear in Washington by the ArabianAmerican Oil Co. (ARAMCO) for the shipment of U.S. arms to Saudi Arabia. ARAMCO is owned by the Standard Oil Co. of California. 30 percent: the Texas Co.. 30 percent; Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey. 30 percent; and Socony Mobil Oil Co., 10 percent. ARAMCO controls Saudi Arabian oil wells that produce 8.000 barrels per well per day at a cost of only 10 cents a barrel. The world price is an estimated $2.25 per barrel. In 1955 ARAMCO made $265,000,000 in Saudi Arabia. Contact is maintained by ARAMCO officials with Herbert Hoover, Jr.. I'ndcr Secretary of State Hooverpa-t ihighlighted by hiacquisition of important interests in the Union Oil Co. of California. He once served as consultant to the Persian Government. It was Hoover who took responsibility for the final clearance of the 18 army tanks shipped to Saudi Arabia. Following a number of meetings with Hoover, President Eisenhower voiced concern over the threat represented AlffAHAM SHAHKO tUtr ttattSHM* NURA i.ASKY — Military Rule Over Minority Areas Seems Justified Now Jerusalem So long as Israel's security situation continues to be tense, military rule over certain minority areas of the country seems justified, according to a report submitted to the government recently by an independent inquiry committee The committee, headed by a professor of the Haifa Institute of Technology, had been charged at the end of last year with investigating whether military rule which had been in force in the Arab sectors ever since the establishment of the state could be abolished or at least relaxed. The biggest bone of contention, even of tho*e Arabs who otherwise appreciate all the state is doing for them, are restrictions of movement which form part of this military government. Members of minorities residing in Galilee and the "Little Triangle" on the eastern borders of Central Israel— the two areas with the biggest minority clusters— may not move about the country freely and must obtain travel permits. Several years ago they had to apply for a permit each time they wanted to travel to town to sell their produce, buy goods or transact other business, and precious time was lost lining up at the military' government offices, quite apart from the fact that those Arabs who had been loyal throughout took the restriction as an awful indignity. Since then, however, rules have been relaxed considerably and permits have been extended for weeks, months and in some cases up to a year. twins SUOI.AU — Unique Book Makes its Appearance on Literary Horizon A book unique in Jewish literature has made its appearance in this country. It is Solomon Slutsky's "Abraham Reisen—Bibliography." The book is published by the Jewish Teachers Seminary in New York and is the product of many years of study and research. Mr. Slutsky is a great admirer of Abraham Reisen. one of the best Jewish poets and short story writer, whose works are translated from original Yiddish into English, Russian, Hebrew, French, Spanish, Italian, German and other languages. The 300-page volume, listing all the works written by Reisen since 1881—and giving the dates and places where they were published for the first time—is a labor of love to Ur. Shitsky. New York To the history of Jewish literature his book is a tremendous contribution since it gives detailed data not only on everything that Reisen wrote and published, but also on what has been written and published about Reisen. From Mr. Slutsky's book, published in Yiddish, a picture emerges of Reisen as the author of more than 5.400 poems, novelettes and literary reviews. Of them, 2,620 were poems—many of which have become as popular as folklore—and about 1,900 were short stories. Mr. Slutsky lists also 64 works of Reisen which appeared in English translation and about 300 in other languages. He also lists 644 articles that were published on Reisen in all parts of the world, including Soviet Russia. by the Arab-Israel situation to western oil holdings in the Middle East. An anti-trust action filed by the Truman Administration is still pending. It accused U.S. oil firms of conspiring with British, Dutch, and French companies to hold up prices, curtail production, and divide markets. The suit is so complicated that the public has failed to grasp its true significance. The State and Defense Departments are quietly defending the oil companies. Another action is before the U.S. courts. It accuses the oil tycoons of overcharging the U.S. Government for crude oil shipped from the Middle East to Europe eight years ago under Marshall Plan contracts. A more recent demonstration of oil tactics is seen in the current evasion of the stated policy of the Office of Defense Mobilization. At present an estimated 280.000 barrels of Middle Eastern crude oil are being imported into the United States daily, more than the government policy allows. In the near future either the policy will be changed to accommodate oil profits or the ODM will crack down. Arab oil may be the basis for the most profitable commercial operation in the world. The proven, recoverable oil reserves are worth $400 to $500 billion. This is more than the U.S. national income for an entire v ea %  "Ports by the LW increasing. Europe the Near East as source of its oil. Oil companies are ( the Communists penMiddle East. But t£J, regional defense dem, peasement of Arab %  The oil companies blame can support of Israel fa n cess of Communist moral The Chase Manhattan petroleum consultant Pogue, has made e-tiL point to Middle Eastern tion of two-fifth of the Wa needs with huge profits | panics like ARAMCO. much more cheaply than American oil. ^ Manhattan Bank conclude* dollar spent for Arab <*| | many times more profit I same dollar spent here. Chase plans to open banking branch, havingt, that 106 billion dollan spent between now and marketing and distrib Arab oil. A uniformly! is set for oil under a i fixing arrangement. A. H. Chapman of .. headed a committee thai studied Middle Eastern n, He reported that "MiddleI men known that no mates for the area, i __ experienced eneineers, yond the realm of PAVED SCnWARTZ — Justice Douglas Doesn't Explain New York All the fuss about Morey Bernstein's "Brldey Murphy" reminds me that Justice Douglas in his recent book on his travels in the Near East tells of his visits with the Druzes in Israel and of their belief in reincarnation. Some of the Jews, especially those who subscribe to the mystic teachings of the Cabala, also share that view, but what surprised me was Justice Douglas* statement that the Druzes think they will be reborn in China. Just why China and not the Philippine Islands or Lancaster, Pa., he does not say. I know a man in Newark who says he hopes he is reborn in Newark, because Newark is a good place to come from. The Druzes are very friendly toward the Jews and have rendered great assistance to Israel in its fight for independence. • • • We went down to the dock in Brooklyn to see the SS. Zion arrive on its maiden voyage. Beautiful sight. Not many years ago, the idea of such a ship flying the Zionist flag woaH| seemed utterly Utopian, Israeli ships are taken for j ed. I don't believe my ite would care to look *i ships. They would man] realize how cheap he is. • • The S 8. Zion br America Abraham Shapn of the true Pilgrim Fatt Israel. He was one of the] inal settlers -f Petaeh the first Zionist jettlementil dating Herzl. I don't knot| old Abraham Shapiro people of Petaeh Tikvah | long. A few years ago, Ah Koppleman. one of the of Petaeh Tikvah. died. He I that he be buried "Dearth)! cellars, where they make[ things that cheer the man." Once Koppleman called I grandchild, but the lit*] would not come to him. don't want to go to your father." he said. "Well want to go to my either." Ill IIIII HT #.. U FT — Motion Picture Producer Chicago Hollywood Philip Yordan. who has launched his first major picture as a producer with Budd Schuiberg's controversial novel of the prixefight racket, winner of last year's Academy Award in the screen story department, is a Jewish boy from Chicago who, during the final days of the depression, was starting to practice law when he wrote the play. "Anna Lucasta," which brought him sudden fame and a fortune of one million dollars in royalties before he was 30. Yordan wrote the salty comedy, which has a kinship to O'Neil's "Anne Christie," originally with a closely-knitted group of Italian immigrants in mind, but tailored it for a colored group of high professional skill which performed in a basement and then moved to Broadway to make "Anna Lucasta" the most f ul play of the Not long before "/.'• ta" became such a Mirjrwi Yordan had wntleii_ s % %  story. "Dillmger." which I to King Bros for the hue of $500. "Dillinger %  %  most modest budget, never" grossed millions of dollan' producers. .., When I met Yordan n, ago to work with him on goV the United Ait-JJ which propelled Ava u ^ stardom, he was *'-1 bil money. Phil Yord* I writing for the screen e*J lately producing* cou-r with Sidney Harmon,•£ World War II. ^JRl picture division jwi wood. -The Harder 3 the picture which v has produced H* v hard hitting expo*jj dkates in the £ % .imilar to Stanley "Champion.'



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n j Mr*. Irving Cypen deserves an award for the most modest statement of the year. Hazel's president of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood. At her Algiers hotel brunch last week to 40 members of the sisterhood board. Haul inscribed the program with the following ditty: "To My Sisterhood Board, I Truly Adore/ You Did the fcrnt Credit for". • • r s Has*''* "thank you" as Sisterhood president, attended L*f m Witta". Mrs. Ban Greene, Mra. Irving Lebrman, Mrs. M Mrs. David Levinson, Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe, Mrs. rh nning. Mrs. Samuel Lipton, Mra. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs. fupten, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg and dozens of other hardiZTber modesty, Haial received praise galore for her out, leadership as Sisterhood president. Tendler -pent the recent holidays away from Skidmore ^t the Rivo Alto Island home of her parents, the William L and sister Ronnia. Ctword. friends hear, is that the Tendlers plan to exchange u a nd manse for another on N. Bay rd. at 51st st. [pod deal of her vacation time here was spent by Lynn 1 in the ;un around the Fontainebleau pool—something that fbwn quite possible at Skidmore campus in cold Saratoga Y N V *ile on their spring vacation here, Mr*. Hanna Feldman and L Joyce, of Forest Hills, Long Island, N.Y., divided their rtween friends and activities at the Fontainebleau. indpal hosts were Mr. and Mrs. James Chaplan and son [who's currently at the University of Miami after two years i • ^t, incidentally, intends to continue her studies at the find will return here July 1. I talking about the "Guys and Dolls" fashion show are the f|adie> who attended the Eden Roc affair last week, with children receiving proceeds. onsor was Variety club women's committee, with Bernice nikir acting as chairman. iin Barrart, television star, did the excellent commentary lions presented by Saks Fifth Avenue. Linda Satin headed f>>>>>> n and Jack Miller are back in their Meridian ave. home i eventful trip girdling the globe. jhter Barbara came down from Fairfax Hall in Virginia ng vacation-but has by now returned to resume her lord is that Helen and Jack will soon leave for their summer iHendersonville. N.C. (Already?. Everyone's still talking (rimer's deep freeze.) Son Jack will remain on the University i campus I of which adds up to more than a baker's dozen of hail and >>>>c m and Dr. Simon Lipton served cocktails in the garden of fE87th st. home at a late afternoon affair during the recent oying every minute of the conversation among Celia and i twenty-five guests was their four-year-old daughter, Isabel tbo concentrated her special attention on University of | medical school pediatrics professor Dr. Robert (and Mrs.) Lipton lawn came in for special praise from discerning ty Jorgensen and Leon Greene. Legal note was lent to [tail affair with the later arrival of Judge and Mrs. Milton attending were Dr. and Mrs. Lcjjris Lemberg, Aedele [raski and husband Maury and the Lipton's good neighbors I Mrs. Manny Lorber. • d Mrs. Sidney Katzif, 2401 SW 16th st., are busy these h entertaining out^of-towners. biting her children is Mrs. Gertrude Ehrenreich, Natrona. w from Monessen, Pa., are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keisler %  Sadie Feldman. n-Keijltr ami Sadie are Sid's aunts. >€ m Miami Beach women were responsible for a letter here [ H *iry Cabot Lodge, of the United States delegation to the Nations. *y are Mrs. Philip Brummer, chairman of South Florida >n Jewish I grew defense organization, and Mrs. Louis of the Greater Miami UN group. injunction with Mrs. Ira Krivitiin, Israeli group president lassi they wrote to Mr. Lodge in protest against Arab state 'the United Nations. fai may count on me, as a life-long friend of Israel." he J 'o Mr. Brummer and Mrs. Bidermen, "to be mindful of pud' "* 40 women attended a pre-nuptual tea honoring Carol "•Sunday in the Algiers hotel Kismet room. -7 te iL 0f Mr and Mr Al ••"" %  790 Crespi b,vd • c ,ro1 "lift University of Florida, where she met fiance Irwm P the-son of the Morris Cotzins, Coral Gables, and is now ra 'theL„[M. *•' d Irwin plan to marry June 2. !" P"tan Women's Golf Assn. met last week at Coral """try club, with Mrs. Pauline Bromberg and Mrs. Martin '""changing golf hats for spring fashions to represent y Ule golf dub. ^"Ifair for Bay Shore club were Mrs. S. Segal and Mrs. *mo.| Kuppermen was hostess at a luncheon in the %  "hotel for her sister-in-law, Mrs. Seymour Lesser, of "• ">ng Wand, N.Y. for !? %  '• whose husband Sy owns Roosevelt Raceway, is 1 spnn 8 vacation. *.'*W. ovnan s njUorU ^uewiislb-IElliOiciidliiaun Miami, Florida, Friday, April 13, 1956 Section B MRS. SEUG Will BE HONOR ED BY WOMEN'S COMMITTEE Lovely Soprano Regina Resnik to Sing at Testimonial Here Outlining plans for the women's division of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds for 1956, which will be highlighted Thursday, Apr. 19, at the Eden Roc hotel with a testimonial luncheon honoring former chairman Mrs. Monte Selig are (left to right) Mrs. Selig, national chairman Mrs. Michael A. Stavitsky, trustee Mrs. Sarah Czech and women's division chairman Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers. HIGHLIGHT OF EVENT: 'THIS IS YOUR LITE' Miss Regina Resnik, lovely young soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company, will appear at the Eden Roc hotel Thursday. Apr. 19, as the featured entertainer at the testimonial luncheon to Mrs. Monte Selig. The session is scheduled for noon. Mrs. Selig, one of the outstanding communal workers in the South and a devoted supporter of Israel prior to and since its inception, will be honored for her "outstanding service as 1954 and 1955 chairman of the women's division of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds." She now serves as honorary chairman of that unit. Mrs. Samuel Rost, chairman of the local chapter of Sponsors of Israel, is chairman of the meeting. She is assisted by Mrs. Jacob Sher, chairman of hostesses, and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who succeeded Mrs. Selig as women's division chairman. "All of Mrs. Selig's fellow workers for community and Israel affairs have shown a great desire to participate in this luncheon, either through sale or purchase of Continued on Page 3 B Pioneer Miamian-Home Founder-Receives Women's Tribute MRS. ISISOR COHEN A pioneer Miamian and one of the founders of the Jewish Home for the Aged, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, was to receive a tribute Thursday from the Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Home. The tribute was scheduled in the Eden Roc hotel at an annual donor luncheon of the women's organization. Highlight of the event was a tableau of five scenes, showing Mrs. Cohen's life as a pioneer. History shows that her late husband arrived in Miami in 1896. well before the city was chartered. Mrs. Cohen's daughter, Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, was narrator. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, close friend of the Cohen family, portrayed Mrs. Cohen. General chairman of the affair was Mrs. Samuel Rost. and Mrs. Herman Jacobs and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag were in charge of reservations. Jewish Home for the Aged, which ranks among the finest in the country, had its start through a bequest left to Mrs. Cohen by the late Adam Reis who stipulated in his will that $10,000 be given to a worthy Jewish, Protestant and Catholic cause. Mrs. Cohen was named one of the recipients and, feeling the need of a home for indigent Jewish people she called together a group of outstanding Jewish leaders who met in her home in 1940 to start a project which today has culminated in the imposing buildings which comprise the institution. Mrs. Cohen became first president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, now located in Douglas Gardens at 150 NE 53rd st. Hadassah Groups WH Mark Child's Day With Luncheons Next Week Seventh annual oWrvnnce of "World Jewish Child's Day" in Hadassah's Youth Aliyah movement will be celebrated in the Greater Miami area during the week of Apr. 16, as designated by Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell. president of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah. Youth Aliyah is setting up u regional centers in strategic spots throughout Israel, in an effort to expand educational and vocational facilities for the youth of families who have been settled in the new border areas. An accelerated rescue program has been launched to absorb greater numbers of North African children. In an effort to help meet the emergency quota, the 14 Hadassah groups in this area are planning a MI es of fund raising luncheons in hotels and private homes under the guidance of Miss Lillian Goodman. Youth Aliyah co-ordmator. • • • Henrietta Szold group of Hadassah will celebrate "World Jewish Child's Day" with a luncheon at the Eden Roc hotel on Tuesday. Apr. 17. Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. Youth Aliyah chairman, will present certificates to Ima's Mrs. Selma Nash, Miss Elizabeth Zentler, Mrs. Julius Simpson and Mrs. Bessie Spen, in a ceremony honoring these women as "Mothers in Israel." Soloist Stan Porter will entertain with a selection from the opera Rar Kochba. with Mrs. Margaret Yomen at the piano. The program will include a talk on Israel, by Seymour Liebman, president of the Southeastern region. Zionist Organization of America. • • Israeli group of Hadassah will celebrate "World Jewish Child's Day." honoring Mrs. Francis Rubin at a luncheon on Monday, Apr. 16, at the Eden Roc hotel. Cantor Philip H. Brummer will render a musical program. Rabbi Continued on Page 5 B MRS. SYWK/ WEINTRAUB Fashion Show Scheduled Mollie Kahaner Ladies Auxiliary of Monticello Park Congregation will hold a fashion show for tots, teenagers, misses, married women and mothers-to-be in the religious school building. 1099 NE 163rd st., Wednesday evening, Apr. 18.



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r.Affi!iLiS= +Jenisti Meridian Pag e 3B feminine fair: \J n the ly Soprano Regina Resnik to Sing a? Testimonial Here d from P9 B Sponsor level,' imount r of Mrs. in It""' r immediaf fcontinue pads on the 1 .„mln who become SponS" •-• *# 0 f at least $1,000 Selig are particionl) v U <" ,,,ul a id in these de> „oi her gravest crisis," si pointed ..ut. SaVaik. who came to the 5 bj waj oi -he And.VlI js i sidered one be^t drai ranoa In she i s probably the at the Metrohaving appeared m more jarincthI"-' <* vm > ears other sopi blonde, blue-eyed singer Ijnd with countless leadorchestras thr fjatted Stati Canada and Europe She has performnWst with various music including the Central us jc Festival of Colorado. of Mexico man Members of the testimonial committee, in addition to the chair 1 include thr Mesdami Harry M< si in nil I, III! .,., Beck, I ,',' %  -•' • !' in, A l:. I I:I A %  in .i Cainci I.I. k B .. i. %  i 7. i h -; i MISS KtGINA RESNIK City and the San Francisci Company have called on her services every year. Mrs. Max Weitz is program chairMrs. Rubin Gets 12th Charm, Mrs. Czech in New GOiD CHf.V CHAM imbers' Cast nres ?!ay n chapter. National Cardiac ho pital, was to morning at i Cohen Hall. deled al a play, s Wives." written and diby Elinoi iv Felstein. imea Loon chairman, Jess Sacker, Caryl Leo SobeL played the elude;! the Will Je-. S| II I Mf4fe -\ Hear Editor •G* 01 "chairman of f r citizens : Sholom, r* k I' 1 • i Ross. Uniof *' : or, was guest at an open meeting of the lay. Ross i. a wcllirer. Mrs. Frances N. Rubin. l!'"t. 19.")") and 1956 Tru-tee of Israel. became the first woman in Greater Miami to receive her complete bracelet of 12 solid gold Chen Charms last Thursday at a ••Bonds Voyage" meeting which bid farewell to Chen co-chairman Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais Mrs. Sarah Czech announced the renewal of her Trusteeship with a commitment to purchase $10,000 in 'travel Bonds this month on the occasion of the eighth anniversary nt Israels Independence in honor of Mrs. Monte Selig, honorary Chilchairman of the women's division. Mrs. Czech read a special poem written in honor of five years oi accomplishment of the Israel Bonds program and in recognition of Mrs Sakrais' departure for Israel on a national leadership tour. Mrs. Anna Brenner Movers. woman's division chairman; Mrs. Harry Platoff, Chen co-chairman: and Mrs. Max Weitz. program chairman, conducted the program and the awards to the fill outstanding saleswomen for Israel Bonds in this ana Mrs. Dorothy Kriegef Fink gave the invocation and enacted the 'part of the 'Voice of Chen" during the ceremony. More than 330 [women attended the kickolf function of the women's division for 'the 1956 campaign. BerkoM !!•! in,. II i;. '. m amin I Lhini i. i [mx .. i %  • %  i inki n tein M %  pi. 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Page 4 B ^ Jeni.fi> fhrxUan Mrs. Phillips Will Head Cleanup Drive For Women's Group Mrs. David Phillips, local comPhillips' urgent call for plus mtinal worker and active in the m this year's crisis campal leadership oi the Combined JewThe Women's Division last year ish Appeal, has been named chairraised $188,53] which rapn man of the Women's Division separate and Individual Rifts by tmp drive. 1.548 women, apart from ODBtribuMrs. Samuel Simonhcff, chair <""' %  ,n, ir h "' p of the division, announced was explained by Mrs. Simonhoft Wednesdaj thai nearly 92 percent -,, Phillips ui tenant ol he Women's I>I\ L sion quota has "\ dt last years idy been I, and she u I that the women of donors who had not yol been > %  ater Miami will re-pond to Mrs. licited In this j Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMODORE PLAZA, COCONUT GROVE Dinner 4:^0 to 10 p m. Your Host Ralph Stevens PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS FOR BANQUETS FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 1-tlM King Sized Cocktailt Serving the Finest Foods at Reasonable Prices FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM S1.6S "Walk.ng Mmutei from Playhouse Theatre" *i in in in bit •• *i r *i J !i $ i BEEF and BIRD Your Hoitt Veor 'Round Miomhns Joe Cohen & Manny Smith suggest BEEF and BIRD For the entire Family A Selection for Everyone $3.95 none higher MR. ITMI'KRMK SEZi Whatvrvr Kind mi Food it Talus To Make You Tivk U> look to Suit Your Mood When You Hat at ympexn\k$ 67th *& i oil ins AVP„ Miami IIC.MII THE SOUTH'S FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN MM. DAVID PH/ll/PS Beth David Women's Luncheon to Mark 40th Anniversary Mrs. Ralph Hankin and Mrs. Homer Kievman. donor co-chairmeii. announce that the Fleur de Lij room of the Ponainebleau hotel will be the letting tor the annual donor luncheon of Beth David Sisti hood at 11:30 a.m. on Apr. 18. This affair culminates the year's activities and will pay tribute to members who have become %  poo* %  Ori, patrons and donors The following women comprise the sponsor committee: The Mesdames Herbert Scher, Sidney Lrf-fcourt, Moe Peingold, and John Feller Patron committee Mrs [. B. Berk. lira, .lerome Wcmkle. Mrs Louis Specter and lira Bmaniel Smith. Donor committee: The Mesdames Irving Cordon M ran, Wilii.mi Weintraub and Irving Satner. Beth David Sisterhood will also i at< its KHh anniversary at the lunch Progr i' • h drman Mrs. Badanes will present %  cantata entitled "The Seven Golden Buttons' under the direction ol Cantor William Lipson, ol Beth David • ion. Included in | dameMi< h iel i' > in, Jack ToppeL, man Sokolow, Milton Yaffe, Emanuel Smith Charles Gottlieb, Murray Turetsky, Isidore Di< k man, Sarah Hart Ben Bloom, Pod ii and Harold H. Barnt j. accompanist Raikind Named Life Member udiiam Rafklnd, associate general agani for the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, has qualified for the Million Dollar Hound Table for the third COQeecUtive year, making him a life membar of toe Million Dollar Bound Table He baa been John Hancock's leading aqent in Florida for the past six y. Social Gatherings | or Ait Kinds %  "parties weddings luncheoni %  %  receptions ••M.rv'otlom 1 ir Itl'l ayony, On Tk* OCM, ft* Ure !. J-2^ April _Co-P../r Air Condif, ** mrm IOJHIR ROOM KOSHER RESTAURANT A Unique Experience In M*f Mf Pleasure DINNER FROM $,7' OPPOSITE CITY NAU 4 Vr' C T i| Open Daily 11 a m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 5 „ m KOSHER _NOR M AN DI E RE STAU RANT RESTAURANT PARTIES, BAR MITZVAH8. WEDDINGS For the Finest DJJ MICHEL*! Sfricf/y Ifosoer RESTAURAI and SOCIAL QCC* PERMANENT MASHGIAH ON PREMISES 940 %  71st STREET, MIAMI BEACH OPPOSITE THE FOUNTAIN Pree Park nc Air CoMj TRADITIONAL FRIDAY N1GH1 7-COURSE DINNI •mil, • •••tiitr. iwf. t* 27 H^F i filt, fiih, tkt ck wi lit pet. T' RtW STRICTLY KOSHER with Sacramental Win] $095 fl.nk.n t ckickta, kriiktl of k..f Knftl. it.MH ari", nits' *tiMrt,.k**tr•fcIIS. Ml. HOTCH JE Mill %. %RittL^ PARKIN Celllas Ave. at ITtfc St., Miami Beach onta inebl eai && HOTEL has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities • For information call Kosher Catering Department JE e-eeii A4th AND COLLINS AVE. dSJV • Receptions • Meeti"*) lunclitlMisandAllPrivrttf BISCAYNI Only New Bayjront^ Prlvatt Rooms Seating from W • %  CHARLES MM/.."Still YourHosfW 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, catering perfection Miami's SHOWS 10 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 a.m. Ill) > f l Myflou*r Uungt 1714 ALTON RD., Miami Beach. RES. PhaaaJlj



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Apri i iti 95 i_= +Je*isHhridiairi Page 5 B Country Fair Slated At Fiagier-Granada l iii" Fair" wBJ be the cry whin Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center present* a real old-fashioned country fair Sunday evening. the enter grounds at 50 ni-t pi. will be transformed into %  fair grounds, with everythin please people of all ages and all interests. Fair grounds will open at noon and continue until dark. TANTE BALL and dinner for eight claeamates who celeNaurison. Bonnie Dubbin, Judy Lefcoe, Geralyn Faber, Diane j their 16th birthdays was a lavish affair at the Algiers Berk, Mickey Vengel and Verna Sodikoff. More than 300 [Saturday night. Left to right are Judy Migden. Muriel young couples, plus their parents, helped honor the octet. bl Review Due tthSholcmon |fl, Ladies Say • Good Ole Summertime." I revue about people and ritten and directed by vin. will feature the antner dane "f Hie Sister|Templc Beth Sholou Sat(veninc. Apr 21, at the [according to Mrs. Irving L. SMerho id president Lgraphy Ibeing directed e H. Friedman, and musi:!inn li iii I hi' hands of rim-on. Members of the [hide Marilyn Barrie, Ethel Dorothy Fa lick, Joseph D. Judy and Tommy Cler,r Larrj Kimmel, Lifter. Reuben Levin, Phylp, Bea Menel, Doris OlesParker. Barbara Sihiff. kiff. Honey Shapiro, Markith. Harry Smith and Kelickman. tvueisopen to the general laid ticket^ are available ] the Temple office. Proto Sisterhood's subsidy r the religious school, Mrs. |uid. A. Durhin is ticket chairMrs. Barry Cameron is i of the function. Most of Mwrs of the cast constitute I | and Mrs Club of Temple om, of which Mrs. Jordan I president. MKS. BARRY CAMERON owing Hollywood Scheduled by WHS and Dreams," unique, motion picture short. Lloyd Nolan and Lynn be telecast on station Holiday evening, Apr. 16. of the lilni has been through the Combined | Appeal as an educational The program will be part lcal community's observ.uie eighth anniversary of mdependei.i Women Voters Ask Candidates' Views Candidates for political office were interviewed by members of the League of Women Voters in a series beginning last week on WTHS. educational channel 2. Air time for the series is 7:45 p.m., Wednesdays. After elections arc completed, the League plans a series on foreign trade, with different world areas to be discussed each week. Members of the four leagues in the area. Coral Gables, Hialeah, Miami and Miami Beach, arc participating in the programs. For candidate interviews, all candidates for any one office will be queried, since neither the League nor the station ever endorses any individual who runs tor office. The programs are intended for voter information. 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Proceeds will go to needy children in Israel, according to Mrs. Daniel ( ravitt, Youth Aliyah chairman. I li Goodman group of Hedassah will hold an llgames party at the Algiers hotel Wednesday evening, Apr 16. Miss Frances Lebon is president, and the celebration will mark World Jewish Children'sIZ-h wy World Jewish Child's Day. Miss Lillian Marx is chairman of the Youth Aliyah committee, and Miss Lillian Goodman is chairman of arrangements. Band to be Featured Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center will hold their annual -pring hop on Apr. 28 at 951 Flamingo way, featuring Richard Benn, his band and vocalist Dolores Allen. PULL LEVER 16 A to Elect JOSEPH A. BOYD, Jr. Slate Representative Group 2 i M i .... viv i MAIN OFFICE 45 N.E. F.nl Avnu. LOCATIONS AUAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36h Slroot FOR YOUR TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. EloMh Slrtel „ CONVENIENCE HDISON CINTER BRANCH $797 N.W. Seventh Avenuo Fix Up Your Home For Spring! Protect the value in your property now. 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Page 6 B +Je#isf0oridrto£L ZUJy. Apni 3n tltclQcalm of Society Cracow Girl, Now Doing Gancer Work, To Wed Miami LLB The engagement of Miss Shoshana Merin. formerly of Cracow. Poland, to a young Miami lawyer. Frederick Raymon Snyder. Jr.. was announced at a party given in the bride-elect's home. 7124 Trouville Esplanade, Miami Beach. The announcement could not be made by the bride-elect's parents. They were killed in Buchenwald during the war Young Shoshana went to Augsburg, Germany, where her brother now operates the Mes^er^ehmitt imobile factory, given to him in exchange for the family's airplane factory in Poland commandeered by the Germans during World War li. Shoshana received :i medical rei e in s itzerland and was brought to this country to engage in cancer research, which -he now ldoing a( the Cancer Institute at Miami. She a poi sored the count**] by Judge and Mrs Harold Spaet, oi Miami Beach. Mr Snyder, son "i the -CHUT lerick Raymond Snyders, of N rth Bergen, N J. lives at 130 An %  ra ave < oral Gables. He lated front Washington and | Univei sity and I de• from the University,, oi Miami school oi law and from < > N and. The couple plan .< June wi Mr*. Lucille Toloff has long been a r„ r ,i ra K her photography studio. Pilkingtons, on Ponce d i Ul, N many years, the studio was a frequent gathering rtjf?* **\ who met in the evenings to hear Lucid*'* late h ^ Pn former cover photographer for the New York n l **H lens technique. Dai| y Mim*] Latest word is that LucilU has given up Pdkimrt he social service department of Mt. Sinai hos 7 Mor| MISS SHOSHANA MtKIN MISS MARILYN KURMAN Marilyn Kurman's Kiancc \MW Student \ Iding i; IT by Marilyn Kurman and Bernard Fnedkin. Announcement oi the en| ment was made l>\ Mr and Mr*. Abe Kurman. 2105 SW 12th st parents of the hnde elect Mr. Median i* the son of the late Mr. and MrJoseph Knedkin. : Tampa Miss Kurman la a graduate of i and inow attending the University of Miami Mr. Fnedkin ia graduate of the University Of Florida where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi. Hi lcurrently enrolled in the rersit) oi Miami bra school and ia member of the Bar and G Society. The coupie will honeymoon in %  1 I?* Cf AUGUST BROS **£ D ait' I MISS TEfttr STEIN Met on Blind Date;G Mrs Leo B. Green. 1755 Mar seille dr.. Miami Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter. Jane Weiner Plans For June 1" Rites Jane Stephanie Weiner. a senior at Miami Senior High School, has ehoatn June 17 M the day -he will exchange wedding vows with Herbert Sheldon Katz at Kneeeth Israel Congregation. Misa Weiner i^ the daughter of MrAlberta T. Weiner, 288 NW and William Weiner, alMiami Mr. KaU ithe ton of Mr. and MISS JUDY GREEN tuple Pick August Judy Kllen, to Lawrence Stanley Stern, of Jacksonville. Miss Green graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Stern is an architectural engineering student at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi. The couple met on a blind date in Miami Beach. An August wedding is planned. DUE TO OUR EXPANSION WE REQUIRE AN ADDITIONAL SALESMAN Who wants opportunity of earnings of $6,000 a year or more — with outstanding Jewish Sales Organization — top quality leads, generous commissions and bonus. Permanent. ESSENTIALS ARE ... A CAR AND A GOOD PERSONALITY. For appointment call MO 7-2011 write P. 0. Box 367, Miami 44. or Stein, Perless Pick July 18 and Mrs Kdward Stein. 352 NE 112th st, announce the enment oi their daughter, Terr.. I to Robert N. Perl* -. son ol Mr and Mrs Mot ParlaM, 865 W. 39th It The bride-elect, formerly of Paterson, N .) attended Temple University and is a member of Kappa Delta Epsilon professional sorority. The future bridegroom, a former resident of New York City, attended t'Uy College of New York and Miami I'niversity. A wedding is planned for July 18. in Miami Beach. mighty happy about it, too," Lucille* telling trS neighbors are sorry to hear that she's moved to PR Q< **\ But new acquaintances there are mighty happy about U ""H Jewish National Fund luncheon party was h P u Mrs. Goodman Rycos. 4580 Adams ave.. last week *„ *' ,h %  group of Hadassah. Assisting Mrs. R yc „, was M?'* 1 chairman of the project. wr MaW crrr COUNCILMAM INTUTAINS BUT OSJJO units Mr*. Murray (Ruth) Kaufman was hostes, a t a coffw. v_ Beach home last week. Back in New York after smJJ' at the Sterling hotel are Mr.. N.ni. M.lk. r and moth?*.? Halparin. Entertaining them while her. was eitj couni Halparin, brother and son. respectively Variety Won* • named Miami's ten best dressed women, with guests at thl Mrs. Eddia Fiahor (Debbie Reynolds) and Pitr Anoeli mJ Damon*) certainly offering a challenge to winnen Coming off with top honors among the ten were MnRokHti Mrs. Haynar Bloom, Mrs. Burton Radoff, Mrs. Morri LinZj Alvin Richtar, Mrs. Roy Schachtar and Mrs. Herbert MithiTl Schachtar, who's the daughter of socialite^ Mr. and Mrv Sidnnj was also among the top ten best dre aa ed women in thp v IM I7 poll here last week. Mrs. Mayor (Renae) Eqgnari will be 1 day at a party for ladies in the Sans Souci hotel. TREAT TOR GRANDPARENTS SCHOIARSHIP ro* SENIM Passover at the Sam Waissman residence, 960 Pennn meant much to the grandparents of Charyl Waissman, 4. and mann, 11. Carl, a Beachite. sees his grandparents often, ball had a treat, what with the visit here of her parents, Cap). Morton Waissman, who stopped over on his waj to being from Shrevesport. La., where he was USAF Air Intense Filter head, to Sacramento, Calif. Susan Ava Gans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Nautilus dr.. has been awarded a Margaret Floy Wa-hburnF which she will use after her graduation from Vassar in June.. fellowship is in clinical psychology. Among prominent Jewish civic leaders vacationing at Waldman's Crown hotel Jannia Greenfield, Brooklyn. NY., past president of the chapter of National Women's League. United Synagogues of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Courshon left their Daytonia rd week for a five-day stay in Washington and New York. .. chairman of the board of Washington Federal HSHIMG CITS MOD WIDDING UUS 70 RING Saturday meant fisherman's night at King Cl* North She with Mr. and Mrs. Albart Shapiro as hosts. Everything had f motif, with guests of honor being Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin T Glen Cove. NY.. Albert's parents Also among guests Harold Wynns, Albart Pollaks, Maurice Cromers, Mr. and Mrvj Lansburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Michaal Lanwirth, the Sam Hirscha*.r Graanas, Jack Youngs, Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mr. Robert Turchin and the Ban Meyars. Before they leave for their New York home at th? end Mr. and Mrs, Rauban Horowiti, of 9549 Byron ave., will be' honor at a series of parties here. Dinner given by the coup* If M.mms celebrated Rauban's birthday. Guests included Mrs. Samual Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Feiner, m Gorman*. Leon Kayes, Mrs. Lenora Kleiman, Mr. and *".' Oboler, Mrs. Daisy Lart, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Seplar and t| Rapp. Speaking of the Alfrad Obolars, her cousins. Dr. and L. W.instock, are visiting here and Haying at the runt"" They'll return to New York in a few weeks to arrange Jortan of daughter Marcia to Stanley Reiter in June at the Ddmomw. Roi and Al will be among guests at the wedding. 335 S.W. 12th Ave. LfO ALIEN. Director a*. 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13, 1956 ^htikrHkin Wf Page 7B dents lo Wed Cnnicr Rites Ejversity "' Florida stu„berta Barbara Dilner and irks, are planning L vcdding in Miami. E Mr. P. v Dilner, oo ,vp Coral Gablea, ar*> Hn g their daughtar*l enuj her Dance are uraduh School. Ida. MisDilner pledged pin sorority. larkithe -<>n of Mr. and ERJ Hark; 555 SW 62nd Ii!l graduate in June with I in buiidniconstruction Builders and lor> Assn. jmemli ma I-ambmnoran r y, Arnold %  an I lv 1 n I da I'hi, solemity. tome to be Site Frisch, Davis ride-elect home will be %  earl Shirley Fnsch and iRichard Davis exchange n <>n June 10. Mrs Sol Krisch. 2571 |ave.. are announcing their i engagement. She gradihigh schnni in her forNewark X .1 where i member of B'nai B'rith taah She i^ a member I'rith in Miami. is' parents. Mr. and Mrs. live at 71!) 1st st., dl. duaterl from Boston l'ni nd has rec< ntly returned months ol duty in Ger the Anm lav., plans to attend the MISS WHO* tirr Myrnu Leonard's Betrothal Revealed When Myrna Leonard and Peter Rubelman are married Aug. 12 it 'will be in Tampa, the bride-elect's | home town. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wheeler. Tampa, are announcing the engagement. Miss I^onard was elected to th Hall of Fame at Jefferson Hi'^h School in Tampa. She attended University of Florida, majoring in music education and performing as 'a concert soloist. She was president of Broward Hall dort'ii'nry and was sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity for jtwo years. She is employed aa secretary, and makes her home at 935 NW 75th st. Mr. Rubelman is the ROD "I Mrs Faye Rubelman. 1612 Meri ave., Miami Beach. He graduated with honors from F M A MilitaryAcademy and waa awarded the Bausch and I^.mh Scholarship and the Time Magazine Science Award. After serving in the Korean war he was a pre-dental student at Emory University where he was chosen for the Hall of Fame and was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and Eta Sigma Phi. social and honorary fraternities He is a sophomore at Baltimore Dental College and a member of Alpha'Omega dental fraternity. MISS MYRNA LEONARD MISS DOROTHY KATZ ++r r 4 HEARING AIDS 'Service All Makes If. Bafteriei Cords Molds Rodio-TV-Hi H F Gould Hearing Aids I Lincoln Rd j E 8-791* AIL. Rd. FOR OLD JEWELRY WT PRICES' M 0RNINGSTAR "* CONCUSS BLOC 'O-PIECE SETS UPHOLSTERED for onfy '79 "WN CAU 83-9210 BERKELY ** +* UfMOtSTUUS l *W AVENUE June Wedding Will Unite Litt, Chazen Elinor litt and Irving Chazen met last June. Now they're planning to be married June 3 in the Algiers .hotel. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Litt, 320 NW 56th ave. Her fiance's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cham, 2603 SW 3rd • Miss Litt is a graduate Of Samuel J. Tilden High School. Brooklyn. She is employed here as an interior decorator. Mr. Chazen served with the Army. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of the Greater Miami Community Center, was elected to the board of directors of the National Jewish Welfare Board at the organization's biennial national convention held in New York Apr. 5 to 8. JWB is the government authorized agency for meeting the religious, welfare and morale needs of Jewish personnel in the U.S. armed forces and Veterans Administration hospitals and the national association of 350 Jewish community centers and YM-YWHAs. North Shore Donor Luncheon Tuesday North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood will hold its sixth annual donor luncheon at the Algiers hotel "n Tuesday noon. Apr. 17. Cantor Edward Klein will highlight the program with the following women participating: The Mesdames Gert Bergad. Marion Barley, Lillian Gutler. Jean Dunkleman, Rita Epstein. Mollie Fabric. Irene Gelfand. Merian Jacoby, Bert Klinger. Jerri Kooperman. Selma Littman, Eleanor Marshak. Jerri Mechlowitz, Fay Rosenthai, Edith Rosenthal, Lee Stein, •lean Sailman and Selma Glass at the piano. Mrs. Louis Cohen is chairman Mrs. Fred Jonas is president. S. Florida Branch Meets in Jax Delegates representing 31 Slater* hoods from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee, met in Jacksonville this week for the tenth annual conference of the Southeast MaVh of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America. The program was planned to include a Torah Institute, the presentation of the annual service award, I the "Ayshcs Chayil," a leadership training course, and a cantata presented by the Jacksonville Jewish Center choral group. Workshops were also planned. Rabbi Harry Epstein, of Ahavath Achim congregation, was guest speaker at the Torah luncheon Monday. An induction ceremony for newly affiliated sisterhoods and a consecration ceremony for new members was presented at the luncheon Tuesday, Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, Miami Beach, is president of the Southeast Branch. Mrs. Louis Sussman. national president of the National ; Women's League, was guest speakler at the Monday evening session. Fifteen delegates from eight sisterhoods in this area attended Installation Due Tuesday Greater Miami Auxiliary of the American Medical Center at Denver will hold installation of officerTuesday evening. Apr. 17, in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. i AUGUST BROS Ry, Is the BEST Katz, Golden Eya Fall Wedding Rites A fall wedding is being planned by Miss Dorothy Claire Katz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis i Katz, of Jacksonville, and Harvey! Golden, son of Mr. and Mrs. David i T. Golden. 1311 SW 64th ave. Miss Katz has completed two years of college and is currently employed by Duval county. Mr. Golden is completing his senior year at the University of Florida, where he Is majoring in electrical engineering. 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Page 8 B ^Jmistik^ktiari J^day.Apni 13, Flamingo Chapter Elects OfrW MrCarolina Sachs was elected V, *"rj lent of Flamingo chapter. i; nth. at a maajing last week Other officers named include the %  Kitty Slutpcr. tir-: president. Josephine Hammel, second vice presid en t; Nancie Freed man. third vice president. Tha .\ic.--dames Mildred Hon. wit/, treasurer; Clair Brown, fin.iiKial secretary: Esther Kaplan, raeordtas secretary: Mary Horn, corresponding secretary; (III-MC •••: EUi Rosen.-' and J"ne Robing, U A trusti A \JGUST BROS Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (center) is shown anniversary, congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. LeiZuckerbraun chuk on the occasion of their 38th wedding COMMUNITY LEADERS PARTICIPATE Lelchuks Feted on 38th Anniversary Mr. and Mr-. O-car Lelchuk were the guests of honor at a luncheon Mondav tendered in their behalf hy the North Shore Zionist District, it wu announced hy Rabhi Mayer AbramowiU. district president. Close to WO friends and fellow Zionists participated in this celebration held at ih" Biltmore Terrace hotel in celebration oi the Lelchuks' 38th wedding anniversary. \monij those present were their SOUS, JeiTJ M. Lelchuk. town manager of Bay Harbor. Sheldon Lelchuk and Herbert Lelchuk, as well .,outstanding leaders in the community, Including Dame! II Broad and Bbcpard Broad, Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands Installation Slates Brandeis Professor And Humor Program r>r L a wrence H. Puchs, pro! ndeis University, will be guest speaker the annual -prm.'. election bruncheon meeting oi th> M mi Chapter, national woi mittee of Brandeis I'nivei Fridaj morning, Apr 20. at the : Roc hotel. MrBen Zion Giasburg, Mho has beaded the organisation tor the pa-t three years, will pn Author of The Political Behav! American Jews," IT Pucfas 1ah ted and active lecturer, .1 news commentator and is currently engaged in a stud} of American Jewish voting behavior. according to Mr-. Ginabui Mrs. Sidnej M Sehwarti will be lied as president by R Leon Kroni-h of Temp''' B til Sholom. Other officerwill be the Me-dames Harold Turk. Ben Zion ton-burs 1 ,, pa-t presidents; Joseph Duntov, Kmanuel Goldstrich, Alexander ttogW, vice presidents; George Levenaon, treaaurer; Sam Silver, recording secretary; John Temple. MornBurk. corresponding secretaries; Charles Rosengarten. Lillian Goodman, financial secretaries; Matilda RatApril is Convention Time for Pythians April brings convention days again for the Pythian Sisters of J Florida Officially representing j Koo-evclt Temple 33 at the Grand 1 Temple convention to be held at Daytona Beach will be past chief Mrs A lack Brown She will be joined by past chiefs Mrs Lewis 1'omerantz. Mrs. Morris ( ot/111 Mrs Abe Ballas. Mrs Leo KatZ, MrLewis Brookand Mrs I Adolph Rachline. all of whom will serve on the installing staff for| newly elected State officers. Alao serving on the Fifth Oitrict degree staff are Mrs Charles LovittMrRalph Grossman. Mrs Pincua Bach and Mr-. Harry Raskin. UNIVERSITY OF MIAf^l SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Prof* EIGHTH fAI Of CONCERTS:—APRIL 15 mi li Univeriity of Miomi Symphony Office MO 1 -4960; Miami I Auditorium JE 1-0477; Dode County Auditcnum HI 6-1 Cordelia's in Miomi; Amidon's in Coral Gc ; Single Tickets — $3.00. $2.50, $2 00. $1.75. $1.50, $1 DR. LAWKtNCt fUCHS ner, auditor: Leon Kronish. Irving Lehrman. chaplains Mrs Albert Pick will present a Croup of original, humorous readmeand will be introduced by Mrs Alexander Kogan. program chairman. The women's committee, a national run. fund raising organisation, suppoits the library of the university. Jn Harmony 1 II art, harmony brines a fee':' and in-folly memorial bai I effect. When blended with lry and and green green cras it i an uplifting si^ht to all who t it J lovely fitting tribute to the one whose name it bear*. • • • A memorial is one of the most ( %  • portant purchases you uill ever mal(e Buy with confidence from an eftaWtaV ed dealer where sen ice and win;action are assured. MEMORIALS Of ENDURING BEAUTY H. AkrQws, General Managtr DADE MONUMENTS INC. 3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami Ph. HI 4-2018 v \J\J SAVE FOR TOMORROW WHERI YOU CAN BORROW FOR TODAY Ssviep Aeeeeats 2!r^% Interest Perteasl Leeas • Auto Least Night Deeetitery •aakiag by Mail Lailars af Creeit Safety Deeoiit leiet Member Water*! Or pa tit liumrmmce C ri rll— BANK (if MIAMI BEA< II 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE he just gave me an /Electric Water Heater! V f im.-* Ne flue-! Ami because it needno vent*, an automatic electric v.iiir heater fits an>where in \"iir liume ... in the kitchen ... in the il-el...even in the ailu Whiteglove clean...safe asin trie light... and cooler because all the heat goes into the water, not into ihe room! Keep household expenses iOWB bj PJN allelectric in tour kit. henl..un.lr>. I Bhaafat than using a combination o i fueU FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPART



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.April 13, 1956 MuzU Wi congregation at a meetX mg last week. tl Ard Poll, son cf Mro Eleanor will celebrate his Bar 'at Temple Emanu-El kipr. 14. Rabbi living L will officiate. Barry is Ehgiade student at Nautnior High and attends Emanu-Ll religious Paul Stephen, ?on of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Nathanson, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday. Apr. 14. Rabbi Irving Lehiman will ofiicate. Paul is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Susanne Bender Bas M-tzvah Here BusaoiM Joy Bandar will become Mitzvah during late Friday "•• Apr ia '.t TemRabbi Alfred Waxroan will officiate. '•''' ttwan iid.' daughter rs. Willard n '•' %  13 ii tar., \\( -t Miami. Susanne ia I • %  cvnth g dent at West Miami Junior High ol an I has attended Temple / ""' i for the past seven yi Oneg Shabbal will follow the and ibeing given by s "II randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Miami B Mrs. Dorothy B< nder, of PhilaII r, P i. A buffet will be given in Susanne'a honor by her parents an Sunday. MOUNT KE60 CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Page 9 B \7 I > • |on of Dr. and Mrsiers'.en. 3015 N. Bay rd., _lr Mitzvah Saturday. lot Temple Beth Sholom. Teon Kronish ofliciatod. pn followed at home. Warn. Murray P*ard, son of ^ Qnd B well. 6081 N. Bay If? Mitzvah Saturday, %  Tenoie Beth Sholom. Kronish officiated. •followed Sunday at Curant. OVERS P'-V PICK-UPS f^MAN & SONS Lecture Scheduled Sunday "Cultivate a Sense of Humor" and "Live in the Present" will be the topics of a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolf son Sunday evening at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th st. and Ocean ct.. Miami Beach. Tins will mark the fifth lecture in a series on "The Art of Living." Dr. Wolf son is author of "The Road to Health and Happier Living" and "Live a 100 Years Happih SUSANNE BENDER FINAL NIGHT MON. APRIL 16 MIAMI—710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. a Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 AT THI TRACK OF STARS -o"\\ MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB IXTRIMI SOUT H tNP OF COI1I NS AVI. taT&ti I DIRECT BUS and JITNEY SERVICE RESERVATIONS I .fr* D0WBt0W MliM MQM JE 1-0344 CHEATER MIAMIVMOIT CONVINIINUY IOCATE0 0OO TRAC* MIAMI'S ONE AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CAT truss EXCLUSIVELY io THE mum CLIENTELE GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I CRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TST0NES & Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save! Aff Monuments Custom Mode In Our Own Shops Within 3 Oays I I o 3277 -79-81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Next to Cornet of 33r4 Avenue PHONES: i HI 6-5922 HI 6-5921 O. MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL %  % %  O B D I I HIIDH! : t Courteous l\ Efficient Dianiiied Service NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL \\ i Edward T. Rewnaaii Funeral Director 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 % % %  B B B I I I MIAMI BEACH



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r _Page_10B_ RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Agudath Israel I Cariyle vn RABBI ISAAC EVBR tervicei 8;SO a.m Sermon To| \\ • •• Justice ar; / Anshe Ernes Beth David c RABBI YAAKOV ROSI N Wll LIA) v Hollywood Beth Sholem i": ; R I RAT Hollywood Temple Sinai H I RABI CANTOR ^ *' N cv< P m D r Beth El I Beth Emeth %  Beth Israel 1 p Beth Jacob H h Raphael %  Beth Tfilah %  Coral Gablei I Y 9am Israelite Center i 1 Kneseth Israel i %  be ") +Jentetifk d the I Temple Zion BM Al PBBB VAXMAW 6:15 p.n I i io r >"• I %  \\'<: P M YV.IU,: •Jam Sam Ifirtcfc SefcM fc One-Won Art SUi', show Arts )pene(l •maturing the paintings and j-ranhT Tree dr. and W. 471*Biiumarten wash and has been a Mn "' l9 25. In addrtJ illustrator, caricauirii 1st and portraitist, known for his work; ^ oth in f 'av and rtontl Rabbi Solomon F. Kleinman Tifereth Israel \* v \*trv*tive til ABRAH IW HEBI 0 p m 9 am. %  ic I has been appointed associate'! !" West Coast director of the Un v ion of American Hebrew Con\ gregations. Rabbi Kleinman. a \ graduate of Hebrew Union CclJ | lege-Jewish Institute of Religion, is spiritual leader of Temple Beth El. in Niagara Falls, N.Y. CAMIWGHTING TUB Iyar 2 — 6:25 p.m. Cer. Fri. CM I Flaglor-Granada i i Hebrew Academy %  ; RAHM A 9 a in "Week.:-. I Hialeah-Miami Springs 951 E. -Un .: R\HHI B J tVTtUBg -' 8 c Sermon Toj "A \Vu' Broom IIJ a Clean Sweep" —Homestead Center 183 KE HtS -t. HiBBwrtid Comeri'dove MORRIS GERTZ officiate? Friday evening services ... 8 p.m. Lauderdale Emanu-El M Monticello Park %  RMiami Hebrew School R' RM North Dade Center 1 R v CAM IMI I North Shore Center %  I • • \\ %  \ Torah Temple ]; >f 'ic Union M ill i..' guest preacher HiRermon topic i"Faith—A RabM rved as chaplain in the U S Navj for three paan and was %  Hi the rank <>( lieutenant command* Rabbis Proclaim Independence Day Rahbinical Council of Orthodox Rahhis this week officially proclaim Saturdav. Apr. 14. an official reUfkHU holiday in commemoration of the eighth anniversary of the Indcpedence of the State >t Israel. In compliance with th" decree ofj the Chief Rabbinate of I-rne! apodal thanksgiving prayers will be offered in syi here. "The present crisis in larael mands tin -.lidarity of all our coreligtonlsta both in prayer and in! charity to encourage the people of j Israel to protect the much desire 1 peace in the Middle Bast," the proclamation .-aid. "Special sermons BO rael will I be offered in Miami and on the Beach in all orthodox synagogues. and messages of encouragement will IKsent to the President of the i nited state-, to uaa higood offices to stabilize the peace in the MiddUBeet" A\JGUST BROS fcV£ *^ Is the BEST? THURMONI MONUMENT i | Wen of % i The 2-Sfary White 32S3 S.W. Ith St. MARKERS plus Cemeter, Ope* Sn^in W* OF' MIAMI BE; Lincoln ot W Pay Interest on FOUR TIME! i January 1-4; July 1-Octot; on balances f $100.00 to SI 5 Each. Account Ins. F.D.I.C. to sic: Star* Savin? H>Membc Fcdarat D'e#brt Federal'**""* 'Temple Beth Shclom %  B i R 1 reca 1 of Mi I M Natl an M n Temple Emanu-El 1701 <\t Corner vtuie R kBBI ll : • HUMAN PHIU* BRI MMIR Tn. cTcaioi RRrncai J and Sermnn T'>p How ModVm -,„> R,' %  oreinc aet vi ce i ..yam Sermon Topic W*n\ly Pornon" Bar Mit:vah Paul. v„ n of Mr and Mr Rudolph Nathan-on Barry, son t MrEleanor Schwam Rabbi Susskind is Guest RabM David DaaBalaTj, spiritaal ol Concregatioa Lil Judaism. Orlando Fla will be bbi Fri g of %  [in at 8:13 i i the quarters, i rs Hall. 131 -t at and NX 6th ave. ibi Rusxkind will We HeiL" Ncrth Dcdo Elects Stem President Arnold Stern h cted president of North Dade Jewish OUM r offken elected at a meet( %  I leel week were J M Ja. president; Chartea w.Mman, Ireaaurer; and Ralph Gordon, financial secretary rd "f diratUai includes Jeri Knuner, 1 J Waxman. A. J. Broem, Dr Alhert Feldman. Flias Thaw. Melvm Shrago. Joseph Roscnfeld and Dr. Harold Book. Student Zionists Show film Student Zionist Organization will show a film Sunday evening in honor of Israels eighth anniversary of independence. Re-Elei GRAN Stock* YOUR COUNTY COMMA Progressive Dspeiu Cat '"Everybody's Dade County | Commissioner" Won the Outstanding Good Government Awo^_ National Junior Chamber ol Commerce first term in offict loir Vote Appreciated J^



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13, 1956 LEGAL NOTICE ,/ev Rubin, president of ,Perfumes and eminent opist oi New York i elected president of ^ Fund for Israel Instill annual board of dimeetinq of the organizajaric RMann, commis| commerce of Philadel1 chcirman of executive nee committee of Naontainer Corporation, cted chairman of the NOTICE TO CREDITORS "i.ix i:i;.\K IIITLKK, i>, l.i Al < .editors nn.I All Persons II In* Clalm or Demand i. and each of you, are he,, l.i notified MIL I r|.ilr. .1 I., ouseat rd demands which ^ft nr ""i"' 1 .nK ,i... etnte of |;| K ; \I; r; TI.EIt '!.'.•• ed I* le ..I Mi.i mi, I i I,, i 'oiinl v I:.. I.. the H.m \V. I |;|. \.\-|', ,\ Count* Judge of I mil. fount \ file the same In hi* office In Hi. county Courthouse in IM.ICounty I--I..I ll;i. within eight tali nds from the date of the first pnl.li. if Said Plalrnn oi demands to contain the legal address of th claimant iiinl to be Worn to and presented aw aforesaid, or sonic will he I.,,,,. ,\ IMte March 15, AD. 19.'.6. EUNICE BELLE Bl'TLER Aa Executrix of tin. Last \\ || and Tesrnnient and Codicil of OLIN BTXIAB BUTLER. ItOTHENMEHC. A MI'RKIK Attorney! for Executrix :tl> — 4/8-P! Jewish fk>rMlr>r> LEGAL NOTICE Page 11 B NOTI N'"TI( the iimi,. %  I IF.RAY A venue I'loil.lu. MAX i: Attoi ri• -v CE N U A N M D I R LA ^ CT,T,OU leE^*?. i I.I,A.M.i;,,,, .., H w I lorida, Intend. ,,, Mine with the ClerK of ult Court ..i i.,,,!. County, st v MAV ORBEXSTBIN rot M i .. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE WBREWOIVEN ,,,„ I .,,,,, 1.1 ,' I''-I ..'I .,"•,' .''"'I "ablea. i,,...,,,is „, .1.1. .i s. HI name n n„. Clerk ,,f KI.I ,,.,,,.,>,!AN K,: ^''8otoOwn -l. .In.o|„ |[,,,, | 4/8-IS-2U-I1 Ijoms to be Speaker art of the Pan American lebration the Miami Puband the Alianza Interiare co-sponsoring a speim in the library aurli; 8 p.m., Apr. 20 Dr. H. [Williams vice president ver.-ity ol Miami, will of the evening. Opens Headquarters [Dressier, candidate for plkitor. Wednesday an(the cpeninK ol his camquarterlocated at 300 LEGAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW RBIiV C1VEN that %  •• of ii e ii., •I iMe Intend! the clerk I fnuri of I •.. I,. County. | CANTOR, OWMT i > %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to -iiK;tir• %  In hiiclnoos under the fictitious nan GOLDEN GLADES TV \ Al'l'l.lAMI'. SKKVIfK. at KTT. NW 17th Terrace. North Mlinnl, Florida, Inlenda to register *ald name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of I MI. I .. mt\. Hoi Ida MONROE REESE KOVNF.lt MANNHBIMER Attorneys for Monroe Reese 3/23-.10 — 4/8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NtiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that | the undei sinned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GENERAL AMERICAN TRA1MNC. CO. (NOT INC.), at 4S10 N W. 7th Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of liade County, Florida. GEORGE I0BR KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attorney! f..i General American Trading Co. (Not Inc.), 3/1110 — 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 HERB'S NEWS CENTER, at 117 B E lat Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend to rculnter nal.l name with the Clerk of the Clicult Court of lade County, Horlda. AIIA WOLFWJN, uwnera I.KONARD KAI.ISH A ii..i n.-v f..r Applli .nits litni Dul'ont HI. IK. S/23-30 — 4/8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N"i ICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai li.• ii..d.-,si K .,e,i. deelrln! ... MgagVta winoo lit,. Sal., ,-,, .,, llti fi _, -vi, i..,,,.., Miami. Intend! i., reglater Mid name with th. rierfc of th. c r 'uit ( burl of Dade County, Florida 4/I-1I-M-I7 MAX KKI|:|,S,,N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai kfl22f? rrt 5 ,,d ,l, i i "K to en K n K e in sSv^cuMncn :; flctrtlOU! nan,., of STKIN PROPERTIES, t :n Varagua A*anuy, I oral OabkM, Florida, Intend to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ha,!,. County %  norida FREDA H BRENNER I'ACI. STEIN DAVID STEIN REBECCA S KLEIN WILLIAM I RRBN.NER Attorn, v for STEIN PROPERTIES i t-it-to-n Ph. FR 3 4. un INS Metropolitan 11200 S.W. 3rd £C BV PUBLICATION aCtIT COURT OF THE I JIDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE [IN CHANCERY. No. 188432 i RAN-CEa LtEREY, i„,,._ ivfendanl flTFOR DIVORCE V' I nn I I'nknnwn I BOlifled thai a nill t Ii i been ''hr Rill of Complain! on Ti *";*"*> % %  HENRY M ""' •' % %  Street M .. -?iL r,: '' "" A•Uhl! in th, •!,.,. ,, f lm? i on oi before t"W '" %  '• if you fall Fjmetil bi rtef ult will he RS f ? r •" %  "-Hrf deL i i V' '' %  •" %  "'aint. It,/,'' : 'l>Hhed on.-e P s n.i,i:tr.iA\ t ii Ml., mi '•' h '' : %  M iron, A.I) | 'Ult. Dade County, 'KINO. LgAIN Rtreet _n,int|ff BoNTv C .? eD,TO rrOR r, J r?? ES COURT |AT|--V ATE No 3761J-B "wwnfi Agalnat Bald LTSUII "-'" v US l.tO the I of Bade • < % %  M ',"-" "' 'heir of%  **• IV ""i-thouaa in >tj of ,|,e .,' ', Bald cUlma or S> ,i : ',• %  rt |r tl '" '•• won H. -'"'-SH,,!, or BBJBM JlS P lUis if; ^ N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LA W NIITICK IS HEREBY OIVBN that the uBderalgnd, dailring to engaga In hualnaai unde, Ihe fictitious nan DADB I.Al'NDltoMAT. at WK> s w MII street. Miami, Florida, lntnd to reglater aaid name with thclerk ol the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. BENJAMIN ISSENBERO ROSE ISSENBERO, Sole Owner! IN KAPLAN Attorney f." Applicant! Beybold ituii.iim 16 — 4/8-13^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANDFOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37488 B hi Re ESTATE aie County, and file the mine in tnaD nfflcea In the County Courthouw B] Bade County, Florida, within el*ht calendar month! from the date of |h< first publication hereof Said claim! or demand! to contain the legal a.llrcM! of the claimant and to be awot 'i to and I aa aforei aid or same will lie barred. Bee Section 733 r* of the 191". Probate Act. Data March 30. A D. I9r,8 Aa Admlniatratora of the F.slate of I i:,, HONIOSBERO a k H DR. LEO HONIOSBERO. lie. 3/30 — 4/8-13-20 NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Naiatir'a Yiddiih Clanical Hour Mill bs 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 Shuilunj Spector STATION WWPB 1450 en Your Dial W*VeW*W*W'W<'W*>.e*Wew'W*W> Listen to SCHACHTER'S DAMLY JEWiSn PROGRAMS Every Sunday 2 p.m. and Monday thru Friday 4:30 p.m. on RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAL rhii Program it th* first and hat the largest listening Audience .eeW>~-eWWW\. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 18t07 JEAN S FltASCA, Plaintiff. Mil IS FltASCA. Defendant. You. LOCIS FltASCA. 38 ConcorH Street, Aahland. Maanachtiaett!. are notified to fihdefensive pleadlnga to thla Milt with the Courts Clerk, and serve a enpv on plaintiff* attorney, MURRAY c.oon.MAN. 410 Lln^oln Road, Miami Reach. Florida, on or before Ma) 7. 19',6. or the nplalnt will be taken a! confeaeed. Dated April I. 1S8. (Circuit Court Seal) „ _, K It LEATHBRM VN. Clerk Bv It H. RICE, Jit Deput} 4/g.ll-2(i-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTTCB IS HEREMY OIVBN that the un.lerslcned. dealrlna to engage in htiaine!! under Ihe fictitloU! name of TRADF.WINPS BAR. at SM3 N 2nd Avenue. Intend to register nalrt name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, r l r,,la ...„. ERNEST I It EN/I PATSY ANDY KBSSLER OARS Attorney! for Applicant! I7M Writ Flagler St. 1/21-30 — 4/8-11 "Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Sundoy-10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 en dial) rVifh Various Feafurei Produced and Directed gf SIMON SEIDEN 503 $.*. 17f Ave._ •. M-5410 COMING TO NEW YORK? .— i Mill Bodef! 25Stoy at mil nodere 1SUory holeL AM ooi evttlde eipoivre. lorge. leaellfwlly ltrlnee> ,oo-i. witti klKB.' • aelle. private both. iiomUM daily. Tw rooat iwitei froai W • $fKIAl lAOMIHlT %  ATtll •I,.M4,IIMJH • •leW-a** e ^BEACOX Icoodwoy ol 7SH. St.. New York 0*e Wleeje*. Me-at^-t D~ LfcGAL NOTICE IM £?,J IC .. BY PUBLICATION c. JI"^.. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE l^no, E r, N J H ^ UDIC,AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE FWKTTJS CHANCERYNo. IMtTI 1-1 I LA HAN8BN, PlalnUfr, PRANK' HANSEN, Defendaat TO: PRANK HANSEN Reildi nee L'pkonu n N '" r, .im. td to nerve i tow of jour anawer to the Hill „f Complaint '" "''•"'. ,.,, u,,. plaintiffs attorney, %  nd to file the original anawer n the "' the Clerk of the circuit i I on or before the Ii I da) of A.I) 1958; otherwlee, the Bill or complaint ror Dlvoi tiled herein, win be taken acon1 by you ,.,'.",••.1 ; '' Miami, Florida, Mrs the loth da) or Ma i E B. L.EATHBRMAK, ci.rk ,,f the circuit Court, i 'oi. -, .Univ. Florida B. B UVVN (< Irculi court Beal) Deputy Cler* Name and Addreu „r Plaintiff's S..li. I,. „ • MIl.T, ,\\ FRIEDMAN Reybold Rldg Miami, n.i. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the Undenlgned, dealrlng to enga business under the fictitious name at SPECTRUM ENTERPRISES, at number n N \V L'Tth Avenue In the City Of .Miami, Florida, intend to reflate! the aald name with the Clerk of the circuit cunt ,.r ii;,.ie County, Florida. I'ate.I al Miami, Florida, this -.ni da) of Mai' h, EDWARD E. scnn.z LESLIE B KOVAL Equal P., liners 1/80 — 4/fi-13-20 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In busine-s under the fi.titiminan JEWEL HOMES; ITS A JEWEL, at 8691 suv L'uiii Street, Miami, Florida, i,iien,is to reglatei -i.i.i namee with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of I County, Florida. JEWEL BUILDERS C< iRP.i a Hi. i i : %  ..,:, i mi il M:I:V J HAN AII. .1 i,e\ r.u Apllcant %  Weal PI igler Btreet, Mian,,. Florida i IIi•; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HISIlop AMUSEMENT COMPANY, at til N.W. Ith Btreet, Miami. Florida, intends to register sniil name with the Clerk of the Ciu-uit Court of Dade County, Florida ROSE DBSBDERIO, Ownei MORTON M. BEIOEL Attorney for Applicant •04 Blecayne Lldg. 3/3(1 — 4/4-11-20 NOTICE UNDER'FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the II ed. desiring to engage m business under the fictitious nan,,, nf GATOR GREETINGS, at 1613 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Dade Count v, Florida. Dated nt Miami Beach, norida, this Uth da) Of March, 1956. BOB BTONE A. BCIHi CUTLER, Attorney for Applicant 101 Alnsley Bldg., .Miami, Florida I :-.to — 4/6-13 A fire demolishes your home Doei your insurance cover the rental expense* incurred while your home is being rebuilt? for ffie omwer to nV, or any o/her inwrance mwtticm ArtfiurM. Kohn Richard L. Powe.1 Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. Fin* Street i ltd TBAVRBM, MM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HBR1 BY GIVEN %  i deslrina t< i engage In huslin i the li'liti.ins num.i,f STvI. AM:/. I: FURNITURE INDUSTRIES, al 2840 S.W, Mth Lane M ml, Florida, intend! to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Couri of i lade 'ounry, Florida STYLANBBB. INC ., Florida Corporation, Sole owner. PALLOT, SILVER and MULLOY Attoi n.•> s for Applicant 7'H Congress Building l l-ll-ZO-17 NOTICE UMDtR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NORMANDY ISLE CLINIC. ,,t itOR Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to regieter s:,i.i name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol I ; %  ,!.I 'mint v, Flol Ida. BERNARD STERN, M D. i l-li-SO-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERICBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitloU! name of NORMAN I )Y MEI'ICAL ItllLIHNO. at ii"s Normandy Drive, Miami B, Florida, Intends to regtstei aald i with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida BERNARD STERN (Sole oi FREDERICK N BARAD Attorney for Bernard Stern 1/8-13 I S Year | SURETY BONDGUMANTYl •n all Dry Wood-Nylon Tent t, Subterranean Termite Jobs! Phone 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. 'Ills lei l-o P.it Ccn'-ol Co ROOF LEAK? 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Page 12 B GLOBAL SHORTS FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST TUNIS (JTA) Tunisia's first National Assembly will*•*• two Jewish members, it M announced here following teal tag of the ballots cast in Tunisia's election The two Jews Albert BSM.ami Andre Barotich. were both elected on the Nat.onal Front ticket, which earned Tunisia in a landslide victory, captur.nc every sea in he %  leai latur* Principal partv in the National Front is the NM-DatMT ^"VV^ ioT^r, bTMl'l favor. Israel, merchants most buy more Turkish ^oodsi.tr I. between the two countries is to continue The bask P^ !" %  ( [s [hai prici ol Turkish goods which Israel needs are higher than world TUNIS (JTA^-Rabbi liraal lehav vat officially installed as chief Rabbi ,„ so U remonj hare In the Keter Toi SJSe Present at the ceremonv was A /./ Sakk.. I *"£ who praised the loyalty of Tunisian .lew• mtry and t.. the Be JunT The governor also promised equality of treatment for Ttmi. £, RepVng. Rabbi Ichay andI feaac .lava, jnaM' ;Tgj nunit j thanked the *vtwrand the Tunis an Government for its attitude toward the Jew, and pledged ^eonUnued ,. lv;iItv „. the Jewish population Rabbi Ichay is i wel k "" !" Jh X and succeeds Chief Rabbi David Bakobra. who died four months ago. NEWS IN MOPE'S CAPITALS GENEVA ITA1 Egyptian and Saudi Arabian commercial and diplomatic circles here are circularizing Swiss business firms in a move to extend throughout Europe the Arab boycott of firms dealing with, Israel and those in which Jews have propriety interests, it was reported here. The Arabs have been sending Swiss concerns questionnaires seeking to determine the extent of their trade with Israel and the extent oi Jewish interest in them, with a view to denying firms which sell to Israel any Arab trade BERLIN IT\ The Fast German Communists, who for the past ral years have shied iwav from public mention of Jewish suffering. HOW exploiting it to the hilt in a bitter ant. Bonn propaganda camn predicated on the case of Dr Otto Braeut.gam. recently suspended is head of the Fast European desk in the Bonn Foreign Office because i h,s wartime Involvement in the Nazi liquidation of Jews Latest point of this propaganda campaien. wh.ch in effect benefits Braeutigam and ,s embarrassing to the West German foes of Nazism, was a protest meeting "against the Bonn Jew-kilkra and pogrom heroes held in an ist Berlin theater and attended by more than 1.000 people. AMSTERDAM \VNS>~-Lenient sentence* were meted out bv the High Court here this week on a number of persons involved in the ahtion of 14-year-old Jewish war orphan Anneke Beekman. who is still among the miss.ne The three who were given jail sentences ranging from two to six months are Mrs G M Ungcndyk van Voorst the girl s former foster mother her sister, Elizabeth van Moor*, and the former • u.lic priest Amon, of The Hague All three are believed to have the country'. FRANKFURT (WNSV—Results of a survey of 5.000 West German workers indicate that about 70 percent are discontented with their -ent position in society and feel thev were more highly valued under under the Nazi regime, it was repotted this week At the same time it was learned that Kiel largest Baltic port in West Germany, has restored the Freedom ol the Nad Grand Admiral Brie* Raeder. from wnom ,. withdrawn after the International Militan Tribunal in Nuremberg sentenced him to life imprisonment lor Nazi war crin %  ON THE AMERICAN SCENE MEXICO CITY JTA \ Mexican branch of the world lb Uon. Brit Ivnt Olamit habeen founded here with the parti n <.f various / well as local Hebraists The group founded by the Federation'i representative, Dr. Alexander K irrived in Mexico from lr e.aWic#?#fVx^ate>#7 dulating Plains of Lachish and the northern Negev open up possibility for agricultural and industrial development of these thinly populated for agricu JERUSALEM (WNS>— Premier David Ben C.urion and Edward B I ,wson American Ambassador to Israel, this week paid tribute to Rabbi Ahhi Hillel Silver of Cleveland, veteran American Zionist leader, at the dedication of the "War Silver Agricultural School." named for him. NEW YORK (JTA Abraham Shapiro. Btf-yeer-old veteran of tion in Israel, arrived here I end aboard the %  • /.ion tor his tir-t I to the United his i:r-t tnp abroad lince he was brought to Palestine bj his parents m IRBO. Shapiro, who i one ol 1 kw statesmen, is an heroic figure the legei M lestine At one time head of the security organizehome town of Patach Tik\ah Mr Shapiro served for many rs as arbitrator between Jews in various settlements and the Arab tribes. VANCOUVER WNSi — Flimination from traffic ticketof questions bearing on race will be recommended by the Attorney General of British Columbia, it was simultaneously announced by spokesmen of B'nai Brith and the Canadian Jewish ("nmThe two Jewish organizations had long sought action of removing racial questions from traffic ticket CINCINNATI JTA—The three-day convocation marking the 81st FounderDay of Hebrew 1'nion College-Jewish Institute of Religion closed here after observances that included the granting of honorarydegrees to outstanding American Jews in the secular and religious fields and meetings of Reform religious leaders from all parts of the country. Addressing a banquet here. Simon Sobeloff. Solicitor General of the "United States, declared that "hundreds and thou-ands of people are turning to religion, driven by a desperate need to find a meaningful philosophy of life." LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV 'WNSi—A 42 mile rail line linking the city of Beer-b. ba. hub of the Negev. with Israels rail -v-urn was iormalh dedicated at Beersheba this week with the arrival of the first passenger train A rain-drenched gathering at the celebration heard Premier David Ben Gurion declare he hoped their children would see the tracks extended jouth to the Red Sea port of Elath. The new hue. traversing the untTON TIBE U. S. WLQYJ Governor j n p rod %  •' %  Uroy Collin .1 Proclaimed Apr ,'H Insurance *&\**1 m J'" Object}* of a,, better educate the their f e insurance. tmes H9KNW DURING THIS AMAZING SALE COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR FAMIll with Blowout-Proof Sleel w W have it! 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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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be\wiislb-IEIIiD!riidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
30Number 15
gGUST SEEN IN 1945
wans to Investigate Case
Of 'Missing' Swedish Diplomat
CKHOI.M i.iTAi -Sweden's insistence that the question of fate
missing Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, who saved the lives
sands of Jews during the Nazi occupation of Hungary, is the
[tumbling block to better relations with the Soviet Union has
,, promi>e <.! an official investigation from the Soviets.
Mil the issuance of a joint communique by the Swedes and Rus-
|m connection with Swedish Premier Tage Erlander's visit to
the Soviet C.overnment had answered all questions with the
' t tnat it had no information as to his whereabouts.
Clenberg was last seen in 1945 when he left Budapest to meet
ncing Red Army which was then clearing the Germans from
, He had (.'one there in 1944 with a temporary post in the
i diplomatic corps and the mission of rescuing as many Jews as
mbly could himself a non-Jew. Wallenberg carried out that task
mil success, according to all reports, using his Swedish diplo-
[datus for everything it was worth, despite great personal danger.
1 just as the nightmare seemed about to end, Wallenberg disap-
npaign on his behalf, carried on by his mother and half-
s who refused to believe he was dead, in which they were joined
[number of organizations, has been carried on since that time,
i diplomats have received tips from time to time that he is still
land in Russia, hut they have thus far been unable to verify them.
taberg's mother said she had been told by Madame Alexandra
Ma, wartime Soviet Ambassador to Sweden that her son was still
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 13, 1956~
Price 20tf
CONGRESS ON ALERT TOR CALL TO ARMS
Rep. Martin, Dulles Indicate
President May Issue Request
For Crack U.S. Mid East Force
WASHINGTON House Republican leader
Joseph Martin (Mass.) conceded Wednesday that
if acute danger develops in the Near East, Presi-
dent Eisenhower will be expected to request the
use of U.S. armed forces there. Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles was meanwhile alerting Con-
gress to expect such a request.
One of a group of 14 legislators conferring with
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Rep. Martin
nonetheless added that "no such request is con-
templated at this time." His remark came on the
-*-

SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS
loin's Socialist Party Urges
Moscow Halt Flow of Arms
0NDON (JTA) A demand that the Soviet Union make an im-
|ue contribution to the easing of the international situation by
! the shipment of arms to the Arab states was voiced here this
[bj the Bureau of the International Socialist Party. At the conclu-
I the session, chaired by Morgan Philips, secretary of the British
r Party, the delegates of Socialist movements in ten countries in-
! Israel, recommended:
hat member parties make representations to their respective
tments about the grave situation in the Middle East and to urge
i to declare support of Israel's territorial integrity; that the parties
ft in their countries discussion of the situation and attempt to
(public opinion to the threat of war in the Middle East; and that
rious Socialist parties send delegations to Israel to demonstrate
rity with the Mapai. Israel's Socialist Party, and to obtain first-
[information mi prevailing conditions.
French party announced that it would send a delegation to
' early next month. The Dutch Socialists reported that they had
[public meeting to rally support for Israel and said a delegation
^!o to Israel after Holland's general elections next September.
*tdi>h delegates: proposed, and the Bureau agreed, that one of the
'themes of the May Day celebrations this year should be "Solidari-
ith Israel."
* Bureau was informed that Egypt had undertaken an extensive
tto offset the "peace for Israel*' drive launched at the recent
** of the Socialist International in Zurich. During a discussion
international situation the status of Soviet Jews was touched
jttCOOPtRATIOH UNRESOLVED
Gefs New Committee View
On Religion in Public Schools
lfiSHlNCT0N (JTA>The problem of how religious institution-,
Y'rate with public school remains unresolved in a report pre-
'"'re-id.ni Ki-enhower by the Presidents Committee for the
n"ouse Conference on Education. Nor did the report determine
M to which public schools may take cognizance of religious
V* rfPort urged continued study of the problems at the communi-
't nd national level in the light of the "strong differences of
|sch< i" ""' issue8- Jt emphasized that the problems arising from
ttin .""" '" f"",er mo"l. ethical, and spiritual values in the
J"vlve "widely different convictions about fundamental issues
lchn.1 and ,bou' ,hc respective responsibilities of family, church.
Ir*'1 '"^wmi. education."
|JJJKnition of the principle of separation of church and state is
K' i !? 80lvin* lhe Problem, the committee suggested. It said
|jj d'i''Moiis n church-state relations have clarified only
iffi who,e W*tion. It also recommended that the home.
'he community and the school must share responsibility in
"" moral and spiritual values in the child.
New Deal is in offing for these newcomers to Israel, who
arrive on ship in Haifa as Jewish State prepares to celebrate
eighth anniversary of independence. But not all is bright for
them. With Arab world prepared to launch war of destruction
against Israel, these youngsters and their mother look to future
with mingled hope and anxiety.______________________
heels of an announcement by the President earlier
in the week that he may call upon Congress to
send American soldiers to the Near East to deal
with any aggressor there"no matter who the ag-
gressor may be"in order to preserve peace.
The President made the announcement follow-
ing his arrival in August, Ga., for a brief golfing
vacation. Prior to his departure from Washing-
ton, Mr. Eisenhower had vowed that he would
take no action in the Middle East without first
conferring with Congress. Observers here saw
this as a slap at former Presi-
dent Truman's decision to enter
the Korean war in June, 1950.
Meanwhile, UN secretary-gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold began
on-the-spot talks with Arab and
Israeli leaders Tuesday evening.
With fresh reports of action be-
tween Israel and Egypt on the
South and Israel and Jordan in
the East, Hammarskjold arrived
in the area as part of the first
phase of his peace mission by
unanimous order of the Security
Council.
In Cairo, he met Egyptian
Foreign Minister Mahmoud Faw-
zi and was to open discussions
with Premier Gamal Nasser
Wednesday. According to relia-
ble sources, Hammarskjold was
expected to remain in Cairo un-
til next Monday, with further
conferences scheduled with Is-
rael's Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion in Jerusalem following
later in the week.
Situation in Gaza Area Remains Tense;
Hammarskjold Meets Egypt's Nasser
JERUSALEM (JTA>The situation on the Israel-
Egyptian ("';,za s,r'P A"Ito continued here to be
tense, and United Nations truce chief Mai. Gen. E.
L M. Burns announced that he had cancelled his
scheduled flight to Rome to meet Dag Hammarsk-
jold. UN secretary general who is on his "peace
mission" to the Arab countries and Israel. (A cable
Proceeds from sale of State of Israel Development Bonds are
being utilized to develop and expand Israel s arts and crafts
fndustry. With Israel Bond aid. this industry has in the past
We years become one of Israel's leading exporters, meeting
her growing demand abroad for Israeli-made products. As
a result. Israeli artists and designers are becoming renowned
Throughout the world. Shown above at her modern Jerusalem
workshop fireplace is Zahara Shatz, prominent designer, who
Creates many of Israels plastic art objects, a good portion of
which are sold in America.
from Rome to the JTA said that Mr. Hammarskjold
had decided to leave Rome and confer with Gen.
Burns in Jerusalem instead of Rome, as originally
contemplated.)
Gen. Burns told Premier David Ben Gurion Sun-
day that "Egypt will be placed in the position of an
aggressor" if it is proven that the
Egyptians ordered Saturday's at-
tacks by Arab suicide squads,
known as fedayeen, on Askelon,
Nitzahim, Shoval and other Israeli
settlements, firing upon civilians
in the streets and killing and
wounding a number of Israelis.
Nine Israeli points were attacked
by the Arab squads, it was estab-
lished here.
The UN truce chief, in his talk
with Mr. Ben Gurion, expressed
hope that pending a UN investiga-
tion Israel will not launch reprisals
against Egypt for Saturday's at-'
tacks. Mr. Ben Gurion. in his
capacity as Defense Minister, said
that Israel reserves freedom of ac-
tion for itself, unless unequivocal
and unreserved assurances are ob-
tained from the Egyptian Govern-
ment that it will refrain from all
hostile acts in accordance with the
existing Israel-Egyptian armistice
agreement. The meeting between
Gen. Burns and Mr. Ben Gurion,
which took place at the former's
request, was attended by Foreign
Minister Moshc Sharett.


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Appeal for Members
Herbert I.ini.k and Jacob Fish
man will CODdlMf a membership
appeal ii\< r -LiIkhi WWPB at noon
Sun I.iy in U half of the Miami
Beach Larael Z-n i ict. Lin-
ick i Ic i.l .'l the district,
Benjamin Appcl is chairman of thr
merobfoJiip drive committee.
ATTENTION INVESTORS I
WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1st
ensd 2nd MORTGAGES THAT Will NET
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Luncheon by the Greater Miami Jewish
National Fund Council in honor of Rep.
Abraham Multer included these JNF lead-
ers. Seated (left to right) are Joseph Alter.
Sol Goldman. Rep. Multer, Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz and Mrs. Jacob Davis. Standing
are Milton Miller. Daniel M. Broad, presi-
dent, Leon Ell, board chairman. Jacob Fish-
man and Dr. Zev Kogan, director of the
Southeast region of JNF.
Israel Anniversary
Will Be Marked at
North Shore Center
Eighth anniversary of Israel's
pendence will be celebrated
with a community rally at the
North Shore Jewish Center on Mon-
day evening.
"Coming at a time rf trial and
est emergency for vast num.-
edom-lh u > in
lsra< I and ti rids . \ ... v.
ca. will salute the rour-
ase and pinner spirit oi a million
:i half men. women, and chil-
dren living in democrat!) [si
{Old, chairman of
the public n
pre-ident of the North Shore Jew-
ish (enter.
A capacity audience i expected
to attend the colorful and unusual
program, according to the arrange-
ments committee. Principal speak-
er of the evening will be Ira
Hirschmann. special advisor to the
State Department and United Na-
tions official, who has made 12
trips to Israel on diplomatic mis-
sions.
Heading up some of the most im-
portant Middle Eastern missions
undertaken by the IS. govern-
ment during the last 11 years
Hirschmann is one of the few Am-
ericans who can speak with inti
mate knowledge of the relation-
ships underlying the present
oniin in the Middle
On hi- latest trip U) Isr *1, he
had the opportunity to confer with
Mo-he Sharett, and also with
Prime Minister Nasser of 1.
and gained a fund of inside ii
MORTGAGES-S50O.0O0 Privote Money
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matiop about the situation there.
Sam J. Heiman. chairman of the
1956 Combined Jewish Appeal, has
called upon all residents of the
North Shore area in Miami Beach
to join in the observance ceremo-
Diet which will be held even as the
sound of gunfire is heard across
I-rael's borders.
City and state officials repre-
senting Miami Beach. Miami and
the State of Florida will be seated
on the dais. Also participating in
the observance will be noted per-
sonalities m local religious, civic
and welfare circles, it was dis
closed.
Sponsoring groups of the anni-
\.r-,,ry program include North
Shore Jewish ("enter. B'nai B'rith.
-ah. Jewish War Veterans.
North Shore | l,\ I ouncil. T:
ure Island I'TA. Zionist Olfai
tion of America, and the Combined
Jewish Appeal
Temple Israel Men
Will Elect Officers
I lection and membership dinner
of Men's club of Temple Israel will
be held Tuesday evening. Apr. 17.
Chairman of the nominating
committee is Hyman Kaplan, who
this week announced the follow-
ln date:
Albert Hirsch. president: Theo-
dore Sandier, vice president:
Frank I'erlman. vice president:
Herbert Kaufman, vice president;
Harvey Rclman. secretary. Fred
Diamond, finance secretory; Mor-
ton Grant, treasurer.
Board Of directors includes Hy-
man Kaplan, past president. Jer-
ome Fronting, Judge Raymond Na-
than. Herman Binder. Arthur S.
Kahn. Dr. Samuel Aronovitz. San-
ford Lcvcoff. B. F. Breslaner. Max
Marks. Paul Schoenberger, Nor-
man Gillcn. George Chertkof.
Leon Schwartz. J. D. Bernstein,
Charles H. Greenberg. Sanford
Faunce. George Fish. Morris Olkes.
Elmer S. Levie and Louis Hirsch-
field.
Jack Goldstein and Larry Gil-
bert, of the Town restaurant. Mi-
ami, will be hosts at refreshments
following.
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13. 1956
.Totals Announced at CM Meet;
% Goal Seen 'Definite Possibility'
, ,.wjsh Appeal campaign cabinet heard Wednesday that
*li campaisn had raised $1,112.000at least 10 percent
' "S Approximately $220.000 has been realized in the emer-
_.gn story, as reported
Airman SamJ- Heiman
in the Algiers hotel, showed that
these record sums have been raised
from the gifts of only 5,455 con-
tributorsas compared with 10,000
contributors who gave to CJA last
year.
In addition, Heiman announced
that nearly $250,000 in potential
gifts are still outstanding in
Pledge cards assigned to many
workers who have not as yet been
able to cover their territory. The
group agreed on a swift-moving
Page 3 A
cleanup drive during the next four
weeks in an effort to reach the
campaign goal of $1,725,000, which
now appears a definite possibility.
Heiman urged extra gifts this
year on the part of the Greater
Miami community in view of the
joint goal assumed by the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in this year
of crisis.
Rabbi Abramowitz to Speak
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, North
Shore Jewish Center spiritual lead-
er, will appear over radio station
WGBS Sunday morning, Apr. 15, at
9:30 a.m.
The program is sponsored by the
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami.
Subject of the spiritual leader's
talk will be "Christian and Jewish
Interest in a Stable Israel."
pvowtow they may be targets for the enemy's
|lude-in-Russia bombers.
The enemy it only 10 minutes away now
dunks to his new Communist-supplied jets.
From his airfields he can reach Israel's
pities in the time a school kid eats his luncheon
|jandwich!
If the jets do come there'll be no radar
truing, for Israel has no radar.
I Other civilian protection will be short or
I fling: air raid shelters in municipalities and
|*ttlements...food stockpiles in case cities aro
I*atoff...auxiliary power plants to keep elee-
Woty and water going if present plants are
"bed.
You see, Israel has been doing its main
Ending: for peace, not war-building schools,
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But short as the people of Israel are on
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feel they must leave strife-torn North Africa-
regardless of possible danger-and they want
to help. Only right now they can't there's
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Right now, only you can rescue these
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LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editoi
Volume 30
Iyar 2. 5716
Friday. April 13, 1956
Number 15
Israel's Eighth Anniversary
Greater Miami is set to mark Israel's eighth
anniversary of independence at a series of
functions next week. Numerous organizations
cultural, religious and educational as well
as tens of thousands of Jews and their neiah-
bors here, will celebrate eight years of Jewish
State freedom.
But the anniversary comes c: a particularly
troubled time. All along Israel's borders, bar-
ricades are being built to repulse impending
aggression against the young republic by Arab
nations and peoples who have sworn to drive
her into the sea.
During the few short years of Israel's ex-
istence, the state has made remarkable strides
on all fronts. Industrial accomplishment in the
manufacture of various products, as well as in
the exploitation df its natural resourceswith
the discovery of oil a major boonever seeks
new horizons of achievement. Indeed, the for
mer arid lands of Israellying fallow as a re-
sult of generations of alien neglectgive way
A Zionist's Stern Position
Dr. Nahum Goldmann took a strong stand
last week in Jerusalem, where he announced
his demand for radical changes in the Zionist
Organization.
In making the announcement. Dr. Goldmann
declared that he could no longer be expected
to assume a position of responsibility as chair-
man of the Jewish Agency executive if evi-
dence of such chanae would not be forthcom-
ing prior to the 24th World Zionist Conqress
Apr. 24.
His unequivocal stand certainly indicates
Dr. Goldmann s dissatisfaction with what he
has termed "the status quo in the Zionist move-
ment'' and will hardly be discredited by more
ardent ZOA leaders here as a divisive political
tactic designed to capture control of the organ-
ization.
Such charges have been directed against
other ZOA leaders in the past -notably veteran
Zionist Louis Lipsky, who recently revealed his
intentions of coming to the World Zionist Con-
aress in Jerusalem without sanction as an offi-
cial delsgate.
But Dr. Goldmann continues qenerallv to be
hailed for his ardent work in behalf of Zionism.
For this reason, his announced intention to re-
move himself from a post in which he has done
himself and World Zionism credit is an un-
fortunate thinq at this time.
If there has been any doubt as to the validity
of the criticism directed aaainst the Zionist
movement in the oast, certainly Dr. Goldmann's
current position dispels them. But it would be
unfair for him to expect to shock into existence
such radical changes as he deems necessary
in a matter of a few weeks' time. As a respect-
ed leader in the movement, he would also be
doing Zionism great harm by removing him-
self from his post now.
For Dr Goldmann has heretofore been a
symbol of unity in an organization where unitv
is sorely needed. To deny Zionism that symbol
when it needs it most will hardly accomplish
what Dr. Goldmann feels muai be accomplished
immediately if future Zionist activity i8 IO be
either meaningful, or effective.
day by day with increasing rapidity to green,
cultured hills and valleys.
Disappearing from her countryside ore the
many temporary shelters that formerly housed
thousands of immigrants from Europe and
North Africa, with orderly, modern housing
developments taking their place. While in edu-
cation and scientific research, Israel's univer-
sities, technical schools and hospitals are fast
becoming a model of efficiency and progress
for the entire Near East.
In the face of such accomplishment, a treach-
erous Arab world is bent on destroying the
Jewish State, while the Western Powers have
given Israel little assistanceeither spiritual or
in practical arms sales. As the West awakens
to the troublesome realization of the extent of
Communist penetration into the Near East
with the clear blessing of the Arabsand as
the West continues to remain paralyzed before
the onslaught of a deteriorating situation there,
Israel increasingly emerges as the sole spokes-
man for democracy and human dignity in the
area-
This is the stage setting of Israel's eighth
anniversary of independence. Celebrations by
American Jews here and across the country
are a fine thinga tribute to Jewish history,
which began in Israel some 4,000 years ago;
homage to the Hebrew language of Jewry's
forefathers, the lanquaqe of the Bible; happi-
ness over the justification of 2.000 years of
exile, which nominally ended eight years ago
with the establishment of a Jewish State in
Palestine.
But American Jewsthe most powerful Jew-
ish community in the worldmust do more
than merely celebrate the eighth anniversary
of Israel's independence. They must assure
the fact that Israel will be a nation among
nations on the occasion of her ninth anniver-
saryand for generations of anniversaries to
come.
While individual Jews can not all enter the
political arenaare not all in a positive posi-
tion to urqe our government and the other
Western Powers to come to Israel's assistance
they can, nonetheless, enter the economic
arena. They can, themselves, assure assist-
ance to Israel in practical and telling fashion
by supporting the 1956 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and the 1956 Israel Bond campaign.
CJA helps Israel in many ways to take care
of the vast influx of Jews from abroad who seek
new lives and freedom from oppression there.
While Israel Bonds will go a long way toward
making certain that the industrial development
achieved by the young republic thusfar is aug-
mented in years to come.
If American Jews, and Jews here in Miami,
seize these opportunities to express their most
telling feelings about the eiqhth anniversary of i
Israel's independence, the gloomy atmosphere'
surrounding the independence celebration this'
year will be displaced by hopeand justified
faith in the future.
During The Week .. .n
^Am
y LEO MINDLIN
I
e
B'nai B'rith in my opinion has committed .
during the past few months. One wasThAn *? "*"*%.
tendent of schools Thomas D. Bailey th'e,ter to uul
League went on record a, tentative^ *h,ch the AnS1
the matter of teaching "about'' religion M nJh. ^ S
was apparently a reply to the superintend'* *h
plan for religious instruction in the school explantJ
to begm with a teachers' orientation worksh ,n.v *h,ch N
While the ADL presumably op*2dU? ltt "*J
quently fell into line when the Tallaha Alice in Wonderland jabberwocky to 'clarif u'"1 emJ
phrase "religious instruction." As soon as h mcan>0
Defamation League that his plan called for uOHS a ^Nj
rather than "religion" per se. all manner of s'V**1
this unconstitutional proposal fell away Th ch *&!;
principles are now compromised and its oL^T is ,h t
issue dangerously weakened. Potion in this cr,
For no matter what sincere motive the AM m u
in regard to appearing reasonable at the moment e ^
of launching a more flexible offensive again,, ,h. R~,nd "iU|l
the fact remains that the League is m,w rrp?r ?y plan'
accepting the "about" religion nonsense unevWy on
On the national scene. B'nai B'rith has commits
inexplicable blunder-one which can be m H5? *'
partisan. Secretary of State John Foster DullesTV"^
principal speaker at a banquet which will diraax bS ?">
convention in Washington May 5 to 9. A B'nai H'riih h|1
the capital triumphantly announces: "On the mo**51*
(Tuesday. May 8, Secretary Dulles will tafljiJH !
Ministerial Meeting of the North Atlantic Couna i ??"* 1
use the B'nai B'rith platform to deliver a report tothe?
MR. DULLES HAS EVERYTHING TO CAIN
All things equal, if past experience is a prophetic hU.1
occurrence then Mr Dulles will s,y absolutely noth ng
will say nothing w.th the shameless pride of illu*3J1dl
has marked Administration failures in foreign affair rt,I?
three years. To be afforded the opportunity ot^JTSl
platform for such mediocre purpose is as shameless a* the!
which Mr. Du les has heralded himself, his state DepaZfl
overseas policies since assuming office. *^ e11
, ? V.V notion that our Secretary of State would not
Bnai B'rith invitation twelve or even six months ago L
questionable if he would accept such an invitation now bum
splended time to appear before a major American Jewish oraai
and July would even be better. Fact of the matter is that Sel
can convention takes place in August, and the B'nai B'rith aft
afford as excellent an opportunity as any for the GOP to opetil
paign of political expediencyto mend its fences against
Jewish opinion in the United States by making worthless pr
I If.) t .
It is clear that Mr. Dulles' proposed address at the B'a.
! triennial meeting will not in the least endanger hi< previousi
j Every Arab spokesman in the Near East and at the United NjtJ
i already been forewarned to take onlv at face value all sta.
; sympathetic toward Israel that will be made by Republicans]
the coming Presidential campaign. In this regard, as a calculati
I designed to help the GOP, a major principle of Arab prop
; technique during the campaign months will be publiclv to def
j pro-Israel sentiment expressed by candidate- ol both parties. _
will take the form of explaining such sentiment- at a device to]
"the Jewish vote."
Mr. Dulles and the Republican party therefore have every!
i pin in accepting the B'nai B'rith May 8 bid It is inexcusable)
I prominent a Jewish organization should deliver this kindoif
1 coup into the hands of a man whose record in the Israel-Ana]
must be subject to grave question.
e e e e s
HERBERT HOOVER STILL ON THE SCENE
Hicn more inexcusable is the fact that the invitation
Tree Grove Honors Leader
B'nai B'rith did a fine thinq here last week
when one of its committees established a arove
of 1.000 trees in Israel in honor of former Miami
Mavor Abe Aronovitz.
The aesture pays tribute to one of the un-
excelled oolitical and civic leaders this area
has ever had the good fortune to elect to office.
But the decision to plant a grove of 1.000
trees in Israel in Mayor Aronovitz' honor
achieves an even more noble mark. It serves
as a contribution to the Jewish State's un-
daunted spirit and to its determined effort that
Israel shall once again flourish as it did in the
davs of antiquity.
Manv organizations here should consider the
possibility of honorina leaders of the local com-
munity in similar fashion.
time when criticism directed against Mr. Dulles and the Statel
ment, both here and abroad, is beginning t elicit a telliafl
Heretofore. Mr.Dulles had a field day in his monstrously bigoL
East policywith only Jewish sentiment calling attention to itij
dangers. Whether it is to British Foreign Office advantage or^
Is that Parliament as late as this week declared U.S. failure w
firm position there as the principle reason for today.- explosi^
tion between Israel and the Arabs.
It is a travesty on historical occurrence that American Jettyl
take up the slack when British duplicity cedes to economic-ir1
si deration.
A review of the past shows that the principal Republican!
remains unchanged in the present. Most shocking is that
Hoover. Jr.. stands solidly entrenched as Assistant Secretary f
He it was who sent off 18 tanks to Saudi Arabia while Mr. M
tioned in the Bahamas and Mr. Eisenhower played >:olf with Sal
To put it bluntly. Mr. Hoover is an oil man. ARAMt'O AnM
can Oil Co.) has exclusive right to exploitation of oil in SaudU
That country's revenue has increased from S130.666.830 in -
$304,803,181 in 1954-95. representing an advance of 43 percent
CO is American-controlled in its entirety, with Mr. Hoover a
substantial interest in the California bloc of the organization.
t.iimai ininoi III IRC I UIIIOI llld UIUV "l i"s "--------
In return for its right of exploitation, ARAMCO pays W
nan of its net income (a good part of which is spent to fomew
along lines that have followed almost to the letter the S
a*- -- __ .* i t ,i 11
aiong lines mat nave followed almost to tne reuei '* p_
policies in the Middle East) under terms that prohibit it from
any political or financial strings to the arrangement.
see*
ADMINISTRATION DOUBLE TALK TAKEN SERIOUSLY
Yet. the continuing threat that King Saud might ma*j
demands and restrictions on this lucrative setup was the
Hoover's derision__amnnn nlkorc__in send the 18 tanks t "'' '
nniim- hiiu n-sirii-wwns on uiim luviamt -....,
Hoover's decisionamong othersto send the 18
A- if this example of blackmail to which the Rcpum.v-
and Mr Dulles are forcing American acquiescence wer<
Mr. Dulles had the unabashed gall to remark before a w
Relations Committee hearing Feb. 24: "We do have to
fact that Saudi Arabia is an ally, We. P*rfor^e:a,c^ke ."
Jewish I
Hisni ouui /uauia is an any. k-.....- .-^.
selves to certain practices they have which we not n

At the same hearing, and with regard to American
neI in our Armed Forces, the following took plaee: ^
Sn. Hub.,) Humphrey-Is it true that arrangement ^
arrived at between our Government and Saudi Arabia u ^
of the Mutual Security Agreement and our air base
Catninued n Pe#e A


y" 1956 ^^*V*tof>________
{Jacob Arvey, the Man-His Rise from a Chicago Immigrant Home
... -. with ease that Tfc. JnM MerMte. begins fc. fn, ; MrJe, a# ,.. ._ __ ** **
Page 5 A
Y m ith ease that
J, Jacob An> is an StcM-
W- lime ThoM who
""'of bun d the
Region will easily
ml this statement To
Udma>' seem overall*
Lortunate thing J that
' v rarely speaks <>f him-
f ..en-, l prr-na ac-
^",, He s willing
frtuei .he myriad
PL ha- played in philan-
Cd polities over the yNM
Knt and with little re-
[ j, individual impetus
rters.
i.hen be do el dawn to
, about these things, < ol.
href*' v'"h
-(j'wiili a sincere desire
ijfv remain no more than
l^nt topic "I conversation.
,in a sense, this leader in
Jnerican community is a
[took for the uninitiated. It
(undeniable record of his
v and accomplishment that
, for him rather than any
felled with press clippings,
ucally. Col. Arvey is a
(man. Hi- glance is gentle
|j> manner ol conversation
rate But what he has to
. .ft forth in determined
and equally determined
punctuated with a
"jaw that apparently ig-
[ possibility "t failure.
[ with his wife in a
| en one ol the Venetian
.whose windows look out
Biscayne Bay. Magnifi-
cat palm- mark the circu-
of the drive up to the
[and beyond, past green
[maybe seen an occasional
ailing on the bay's water-,
s their Miami Beach winter
-a home with which Col.
j ays he and his wife "fell
ft -oon alter they arrived
las occa-i......i \wnter resi-
Iaddition, it i- only four
I by air from t'hicagothe
permanent hometown
site of the rt>,e of the
Jacob Arvej saga.
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ARVEY was horn in the
Windy City in November,
His parent- were orthodox
|and part of the \.i-t wave
Migration from Eastern
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the nineteenth century. It is
symbolic that his father's name
was Israelfor Israel would siil-
sequently become one of the
most important phenomena in
Col. Arvey's life.
Lsrael Arvey opened a dairy
store in what was then one of
the .leading commercial centers
in Chicago Pacific st. and
which is today LaSalle st. (Curi-
ously, LaSalle st. is also today the
site of Col. Arvey's law firm
Arvey, Hodes & Mantynband.)
Active in the affairs of his syna-
gogue, Beth Hamidrosh Hagodol.
one of the first orthodox Houses
of Worship in Chicago. Israel Ar-
vey later and for many years
served as its president.
Young Jacob Arvey had just
become Bar Mitzvah when his
father passed away. Like most
first generation Americans, he
helped his mother in their busi-
ness after that by delivering, in
a horse and wagon, milk and bak-
ery goods to the houses of Jew
[sh families.
When the youth later entered
John Marshall law school, he be- |
gan to reveal exceptional talent
as a student and debator. After
graduating with a superior scho-1
lastic record, he opened his own
law office and later met Judge
Harry M. Fisher, who got him in-
terested in politics.
From there, it was but a short
step to his first major victory.
In 1923, before he was 29 years
of age. Col. Arvey was elected
alderman of the 24th Ward on
the West Side of Chicago.
> >
SERVING IN the administration
of the late Mayor Anton
Cermak, young Arvey's political
stature had risen so high that he
was prominently mentioned by
Democratic party leaders in the
Chicago city council to succeed
him when the mayor was assas-
sinated.
NEXT WEEK: Mow Col. Arvey left ro
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Israel Bonds to Map
Campaign Sunday;'
Mobilization Urged
Presidents. IsfMl Bond chairmen
and members of Israel Bond com-
lees of every Jewish
ti<>n in Dade county will meet at
the Shelborne hotel Sunday. 10:30
u m.. to plan for the 1956 State "f
Israel Bonds campaign in Greater
Miami.
Chairman Jacob Sher Issued the
call to all organizational repre-
sentatives "to be certain to attend
this most significant mobilization,
meeting. Every hour counts now
in what must he an all-out effort to I
speed Israel direct and immediate |
aid through the sale and purchase
( I Israel Bond- "
A panel consisting of Seymour
B. Liebman. Dr A. J I-hlon and
Mrs. Abraham Kasow will discuss
"Israeli I>" at the brunch
meeting.
Liebman is a member of the na-
I board of governors of the (
Israel Bond organization and for
Bier chairman of the Council of
-izations of the Greater Miami
i rnittee.
Dr. I^hlon is both president of
the Labor Zionist Assembly of
America and its brae] Bond chair-
man. Mrs. Kasow is organizational
\ c chairman of the women- divi-
si< n of Israel Bonds locally and is
I airman for Israel Bond- Of
liami Zionist Di-trict.
The noted I-raeli folk dancers
r-. Hillel and Aviva, will
Ida outstanding entertainment.
Sher said.
S^aJ
Feature of last week's Chen Awards assembly at the Algiers
hotel was the presentation of solid gold Chen charms, with
Mrs. Lena Mintzes (left) and Mrs. Ida Booksoan (riaht) among
those honored by women's division chairman Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers and Chen co-chairman Mrs Kitty Sakrais.
UM Honor Student Accepts Scholarship
DttNA SWOTTA
Charles S. Liebman. son of Mr
.and Mrs Seymour B. Liebman. has
I been awarded a special political
economic scholarship and the Gil-
man Scholarship in the Faculty of
Philosophy of Johns Hopkins I'm
ver-ity for the year commencing
September. 1956.
In addition, he has been ap-
pointed a junior instructor in the
Department of Political F.conomv
|at John- Hopkins, where he will
pursue his graduate studies in the
field of economic -
Liebman will be graduated from
the University of Miami in June.
Judaeans Elect
Deena Serotta
Deem Serotta has been elected
lent of the Senior Judaean
I ouneil of Greater Miami. Other
officers announced this week by
Jerome Schulman. city director of
the Zioni-t Youth Commission, are
Marilyn Pelson. secretary, and
Barry Honig. treasurer.
Council members include Hedy
Black. Boslyn Keslansky. Harriet
Levine, Pose Levine. Nora Gordon.
Arlene Cohen. Herman Shapiro.
Harriet Lifland. Barry Honig,
Linda Aronson.
Mi-- Serotta Wednesday reveal-
ed that one of the first major
events of the Council will be its
annual senior spring frolic at the
Blackstone Saturday evening. Miss
Del-on is chairman of the affair.
Scholastically. he is at the head of
his class and has been on the
Dean- I.i-t every semester during
the past four years. In addition to
his scholastic achievements, he is
i administrative assistant to the
'< president of the student board
government and a student member
of the Court of Honor, associate
homecoming chairman for 1955
and has held numerous other offi-
ces in student government.
Liebman is a memoer of Iron
Arrow. ODK and Artus. national
economic society composed of fac-
ulty members and the outstanding
students of each university, and
every honorary society at the Uni-
versity of Miami for which he Ls
eligible.
Prior to Liehman's acceptance of
the scholarships and position at
Johns Hopkins University, he was
i offered fellowships by the Univer-
sity of Chicago. University of Wis-
consin, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology and a graduate assi-t
anship in economics at Duke Uni-
versity.
Liebman is also an instructor in
the religious school of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center and has been
a representative of the University
: of Miami at the three past annual
i conventions of the National Stu-
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of Miami at the University of
Guatemala and the University of
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B|gg*gg*iNjg
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nai, discussion of latest advances in surgery also
m'aid discussion of latest plans for new hospital. Doing
W are (left to right) Dr. Richard M. Fleming, chairman
"rtment of surgery at Mount Sinai; Dr. Robert M. Zoll-
Prman 0f department of surgery at Ohio State Univer-
sal school and recent visiting professor pro tempore
v at Mount Sinai; and Max Orovitz, president of the
I general hospital.
standing Surgeon Leads Mount
Sinai Seminar Through the Week
M. Zollinger last
ducted the ^n>nd profes-
"ttmpore program in sur-
Mount Sinai Hospital.
m Max Orovitx, prcsi-
hospital. Dr. Zollinger
r of surgery and chair-
f5a department <>f surgery
State University medical
Iprogram. which ended Fri-
sponsorcd again this year
Luby. president of Luby
Co., brought one of
liyt outstanding surgeons
Miami t"r an intensive
jduate seminar, according to
I Gertner. executive director
>ory Opens His
ters for Race
District
headquarters for Wil
II" IfcCrory, candidate
(table in District 5, which
Miami Beach, Surfside
ms ea-l "l ilKcaync Bay
scounty. have been opened
FtMhington ave. and Suite
[Lincoln rd
is seeking return to the
he served as chief
constahlr and acting con-
[during I94'i to 1954. In a
[ofrecor I : iccordinf to
I report^, dur ng this time
urters -;,\ he personally
three-fourths of all civil
Ed the irt of the
ulity and
i tn the (' (it the con-
I his round the
I iin- p.
t>rv has bei n actively en-
criminal ii,-. tiuation in
county sheriffs office
f Past three years and prior
las an investigator in the
office of tlie fifth dis-
e knows the procedure of
Won of homicide, kidnap-
cnterinL; and all types of
i and in addition attend-
of ihe hospital. Dr. Zollinger was
at Mount Sinai for the entire week
t< lecture, give case presentations
and make patient "rounds."
Cancer Crusaders
Ready for $100,000
Push in Dade Area
' Volunteers in the Crusade
| Against Cancer this week are going
into high gear, with the date of
the county-wide door-to-door solici-
tation hut 10 days away.
From 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Apr.
17, the Dade county unit of the
American Cancer Society expects
to have 7.000 volunteers knocking
on every door from Homestead to
,Ojus as part of the $100,000 fund
campaign.
] Mrs. Martha Logan Crawford, of
Coconut drove, general chairman
jof the residential division, said the
county has been divided into 39
I geographical areas, and that "every
| effort will be made to achieve com-
plete coverage."
An "extra added" for the volun-
teers this year was one of the
springes must extensive fashion
shows, being sponsored by Jordan
Marsh Tuesday, Apr. 10.
The invitational event, entitled
"Summer Seasoning," was at 2
p.m. in Dade county auditorium.
On another front, ACS is con-
tinuing its education program with
puhlic showings of a
Page 7 A
Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell receives second annual Lenoard
L. Abess humanitarian award of Florida region, Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, from former Miami Mayor Abe
Aronovitz at League's advisory board meeting Mar. 25. Look-
ing on are Henry E. Schultz (left), national ADL commissioner,
guest speaker, and George I. Talianoff, chairman of the Florida
advisory board.
Rabbi Cassel Gets
PhD from Burton
Burton University of Colorado
this week announced that Rabbi
for-women-1 Abraham M. Cassel, 4625 N. Bay
"TcEg.'of"th^proglamTere ^SJS^^S^J^^iA \ MiamiJeacbV wa/grantedjhe
tee
Drs. Rudolph E. Drosd. chairman,
David Brezin and Leon II. Man-
heimer. Chairman of the depart-
ment of surgery at Mount Sinai is
Dr. Richard M. Fleming.
The program, held in the Mem-
orial room of the hospital on the
mezzanine floor, was open to all
members of the Dade County
Medical Assn. and fellows of the
American College of Surgeons.
amination." The films were sched-
uled for Saturday, Apr. 7, in the
Embassy theater, Miami, at 10 a.m.,
and in Variety theater, Miami
Beach, at 1 p.m. Doctors were
present at both theaters to answer
questions from the audience.
While residential division work-
ers are gearing for their mid-April
effort, other divisions already are
at work under direction of general
campaign chairman Elder Cornell,
Dr. Zollinger who taught at Jr fljded b c D McCormick c0.
Harvard medical school before be-; .-;__.
coming chairman of the depart-
ment of surgery at the Ohio med-1
ical school, has held this position
since 1946. He has also served on
! chairman.
Cornell explained that funds
j contributed will be used to finance
1 the American Cancer Society's
the staffs of Peter Bent Brigham three-pronged program of re-
Hospital in Boston and the Lake- serch- education and service
side Hospital in Cleveland.
A holder of the Legion of Merit,
the surgical specialist served in the
U.S. Army Medical Corps during
World War II, where he was senior
consultant in surgery for Ihe Eu-
ropean theater and commanding
officer of the 5th General Hospital.
Mount Sinai board of strustees
gave a cocktail party to honor the >
surgeon and his wife Wednesday. ?
On Thursday evening, Dr. Zollin- ?
ger was to discuss "Experiment.)! t
and Clinical Observations on Fan
crcatitis."
He noted that during last year,
40,000 Dade countians attended
cancer education programs, that a
toal of $25,400 over a five-year
period has been granted through
the national research program for
cancer research in this county.
Doctor of Philosophy degree. This
is the highest degree in the aca-
demic world.
Board of advisors and examiners
of Burton University granted the
degree after studying Rabbi Cas-
sel's doctor's dissertation entitled
"Religion and Modern Psychol-
ogy."
Dr. Cassel began his academic
career at Yeshiva College in New
York where he received the AB
degree in 1937 after majoring in
psychology. He then continued his
graduate work at Columbia Uni-
versity, where he received the Mas-
ter of Arts degree in 1946.
In 1951, Dr. Cassel became rabbi
of Kneseth Israel Congregation,
where he founded and directed the
first free psychological guidance
clinic. In 1954. Dr. Cassel founded
Oxford school of Miami Beach. Un-
der his guidance, Oxford school
reportedly became the first pri-
vate school in the City of Miami
Beach ever to be accredited by the
Department of Education of the
State of Florida.
Dr. Cassel is a member of the
American Psychological Assn.,
Florida Psychological Assn. and
the Southeastern Psychological
Assn. He is also a member of the
New York Board of Rabbis, Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Assn. and
Rabbinical Council of America.
Dr. Cassel's dissertation will
shortly be published in book form.
[
AUGUST BROS HyE
IS the BEST
3
Sen. Lehman, Rabbi \
Silver Will Speak
At B'nai B'rith Fete I -
"ON MY RECORD
I ask you to be my judge ... whether
you want me to continue serving as
YOUR JUDGE of the SMALL CLAIMS
COURT.''
WASHINGTON. DCSen
Herbert H. Lehman and Rabbi
Abba Hillel Silver will be guest
speakers when the cornerstone of
the million-dollar B'nai B'rith ex-
hibit hall and building is laid here ?
on Sunday afternoon. May 6, B'nai
B'rith headquarters announced.
This is one of many events
scheduled to take place during the
forthcoming 21st general conven-
tion of B'nai B'rith. Delegates rep
resenting B'nai B'rith units in 30
countries will attend the triennial
meeting, which will be held at the
Statler hotel May 5 to 9.
Philip M. Klutznick, world pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith. will preside
at the cornerstone-laying.
Keep Judge
SIDNEY L. SEGALL
PULL LEVER 35-B
llM Pol Adv.)
QAVMOND 6.
SINCE 1941 he has served:
HIS COUNTY- i#2
icitor; Director, Dado Coonty Bar Ats'n;
Foculty member, U. of Miami law School.
HIS STATE
Ii
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ed a special narcotics course, at his
own expense, at the University of
Miami when the president of our
country issued a statement re-
questing that local authority
sist in fighting illegal traffic in
Narcotics in order to better serve
this community," his supporters
said here.
"His election to the office of
constable would insure the voters
of the fifth district of Dade coun-
ty that he is familiar with his job;
that he is loyal and conscientious;
that he will devote all his time to
the job and that he is qualified by
experience."
Circuit Court
Judge; Ass't
State attorney; Associate Justice,
Supreme Court of Florida.
HIS NATION- f-",B
Air Force, I.T.O.; Recalled to active doty
as Squadron Commander, Korean War.
"A RECORD YOU CAN TRUST"
PAID OOb.AOV
cacutT COukv *"!**
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JUDGE IN DADE
COUNTY .
Named as the
Outstanding
Elected Public
Official of Dade
County
March 1956
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All Mozart-Sibelius
Program Offered
By Thomas Beecham
Sir Thomas Beecham (Bart.)
return* to the podium of the Uni
iMhy of Miami Symphony Or-
ihotfrB Sunday and Monday eve-
Dlagi after an absence of many
\c.ii i
The guest conductor, who is
world renowned for his Mozart in-
terpretations and for his champion-
ing of Rritish composers Frederick
Helms and Sir Kdward Klc.-ir, will
nt an all Moznrt Sibelius pro-
gram at the Miami Beach and Dade
county auditorium^.
opining the concert will be
rt'l iMvertimento No. 2 in Di
r, KV 131. Mozart's "PngU*"
S niphony No. 38 in D major. KV
504, will follow.
mi*
-"-
Temple Beth Sholom was host at a breakfast
meeting Sunday to Liberal and Reform con-
gregations here. Meeting launched com-
bined campaign effort of Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, with Benjamin
Swig, of San Francisco, vice chairman of
Union national executive, as guest speaker.
Standing (left to right) are Rabbi Marius Ran-
som Temple Emanu-El. Ft. Lauderdale; Dr.
Joseph Narot. Temple Israel; Swig; Rabbi
Leon Kronish, of host congregation; Rabbi
Morris Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Front are Henry E. Wolff. Temple Israel
president; Nathan Winokur, Coral Gables
president; Ralph M. Spero. Beth Sholom
president; and Max Orovitz, general chair-
man. Other speakers included Samuel Lu-
nenfeld, Beth Sholom; D. J. Apte, Temple
Israel; Benjamin Rudnick, Beth Sholom;
Meyer Baskin. Coral Gables; Leon J. Ell,
Beth Sholom; Sidney D. Ansin Beth Sholom.
Histadrut Will
Install Lesowoder
N.uly elected officers of the
Israel HM;i Greater Miami will be installed at
a luncheon Sunday noon in the
Raleigh hotel.
Khiel I.cs..woder, local civic
leader, is newly elected president.
Other officers are Dr. Jacob LTUfc-
lon. Kev J. Z. Stadlan. Mrs. Ida
Jacobs, vice presidents; Milton
Miller, treasurer: Solomon Halper-
in. financial secretary: Ben Miner)-
berg, secretary; and Samuel Sen-
achno. comptroller.
S'anley Caidin (left), president, and Harry Schwartz, president-
elect of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith. will be installed at ceremo-
May 12 in the Lucerne hotel. Chairmen are Joseph Ray Vis
Frank Jaffe.
Mrs. Hordison Seeks Reelection to Post
Mrs, Thelma R Hsxdisot) an-
ced Saturdaj she will leek re
oostable.
She was appointed to the in!) In
I i when her husband, who a
( stable '"<" many years, was
killed by a prisoner lie wa> return-
ing here from California
She served out her husbands
anrl was elected tor a full
term in 1952
Her District 3 includes all the
area south of Tamiani Trail to the
town of Howard, and from Bb>
eayne Bay to the Collier county
line
A native FInridian. Mrs Hardi
son has two minor children, a son,
Luther T. Jr.. who serves as her
deputy, and a daughter, Mrs. Glo-
ria Hardison Cray.
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Finnish composer Jean Sibelius
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tone poem for orchestra, and Sym-
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, movement op. 105.
In 1032. Sir Thomas founded the
London Philharmonic, the first
British symphony orchestra, other
j than the BBC, to be paid by regular
|wages instead of a separate fee for
each engagement.
At a performance of Beethoven's
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Music critic Ernest Newman
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for Beecham. and probably would
have done so could I have been
sure I was addressing my thanks
for so a demonic phenomenon to
the proper quarter."
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Women's Brai
Slates Electioi
Mrs. Simon April, m*
the Council of Orthodo!
Sisterhoods, announced wd
.day that a ceneral mtttii
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dox J e m i s h Congregate
America. Affiliated groups i
Council >re the *iterhootlsi
mi Hebrew School, Beth
Beth F.I. Kneseth brai
Tfftah, Beth Israel and
Israel Hebrew Institute.
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f, April
13. 1956
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>
I Gables area campaign is launched with record-breaking
need gifts at home of big gifts chairman Sam Weissel
\ right'. Shown accepting assignments for all-out drive
llhis important residential area are Meyer A. Baskin. area
nrman, and Nat Wlnokur, president of Coral Gables Jewish
jler. Mrs. Weissel was host and entertained group of nearly
fey workers at kickoff social.
yr Area Campaigns Surpass Last
year's Totals as Solicitations Mount
area campaigns on Miami
have succeeded in surpass
.jibined Jewish Appeal totals
la-t year Coordinator Jack
; Wednesday announced that
i Shore. Normandy Islo. Surf-
find Bay Harbor have already
in passing last year's
but are continuing in a
I push to set new solicitation
is m these Beach communi-
, J JL"Greenhouse, chairman
lorth Shore, reports nearly
i collected against $8,400 in
Chairman Lou Pritikin of
ady Isle, has announced ap-
nitely S21.000 received
bt $18,000 la-t year. Phil
g, chairman of Surfside.
nearly Sfi.OOO pledged
*d with $">.7()0 in the previ-
fur.
jftr Shepard Broad, of Bav
ir, chBirman of the drive in
in. announced nearly $20.-
Otceeding last year's
|ol S14.900.
Beach totals have heen
from some 800 contrib-
Carner pointed out. and
arc nearly 4,000 prospects.
iindicates (he magnitude of
overage job still remaining
(each volunteer-."
while, are;, solicitation is
\Thrrp is JV
ibniiiutv for
""flf Oh, Us
PW YKAM
M-HfiflfCB
AS VOIR
"HURN
|E0RGE S.
KELL
TO THE
P** LEGISLATURE
h STAT SENATOR
P Lver 13 A
JH'-I Anv)
being stepped up on all other cam-
paign fronts. At the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Gordon last week,
volunteers reported substantial in-
creases in most of their pledge col-
lections and promised Miami chair-
man Gordon completion of their
job within the next three weeks.
Attending the worker's report
social evening were Mrs. A. Z.
Alpert, Mrs. Sara W. Block, Mrs.
Dorothv Bott. Rubin Bott, Mrs. R.
Bukstel, Hyman Chabner. Mrs Ni
dor Cohen, Miss ton Cohen. Mrs.
Anna Frey, Maurice H. Hyman.
Rebecca Herman. M. Laster. Dan
Broad, Mrs. Rita Rubin. Gerald
Rubin, AI Lev, Mrs. Murray Laza-
rus, Mrs. Miriam Meyers, Al Miller,
Mrs. Ruth (Martin. Mrs. Shirley
Queen. A. P. Rosenberg. Walter
Roscnthal, Mrs. G. Soybel. Mrs
Milton Yaffe. Mrs. Vera Zeltzer.
Oscar Zeltzer, Mrs. Jennie Pottash.
Mrs. H. Einhorn, Max Parness and
Hyman Kam.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn., was principal speaker at a
North Miami Beach pacesetters
party held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder.
Mrs. Sol Silverman. recruit in',*
chairman for Miami Reach, called
a volunteers' report meeting of all
workers covering the Bench area
south of Dade blvd. Meeting Thurs-
day evening in the assembly hall
at Temple Emanu-F.l, a strong turn-
out indicated that gifts in this area
were nearly one-third increase
over last year's.
Steady solicitation is being- con-
ducted in the West Miami area
headed by Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
and outstanding results have also
been reported in the Flagler-Gra-
nada section under the chairman-
ship of Sidney Stiller. Nearly
S3.000 has been realized in Flagler-
Granada from only 270 prospects,
according to Stiller, and there are
some 265 prospects yet to be seen
Cooperation is being extended in
the campaign by Harray Shamis at
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center office.
In Coral Gables, area chairman
Meyer A. Ba.skin is being assisted
PULL LEVER
16 A
to Elect
JOSEPH A.
BOYD, Jr.
State
Representative
Group 2
Beth Israel Readies
Fall Registration
Murray Berkowitz, chairman of
the board of education of Beth
Israel .Congregation, announced
Wednesday that the Beth Israel
School of Torah Studies is regis-
tering students for the 1966-97
Hebrew and Sunday school term.
The fall Hebrew school semester
will begin on Monday, Sept. 10.
Sunday school commences Sept. 30.
"The congregation has erected
a modern air conditioned school
building for its religiom schools.
The new structure was necessitat-
ed because of the large demand
for a progressive Orthodox Hebrew
school in the central Miami Beach
area." Berkowitz explained.
Classes will he offered for begin-
ning, intermediate and advanced
students. The curriculum will con-
sist of an integrated program of
prayer, Bible studies, Hebrew rel-
igious observances and history.
A course in Mishna will be intro-
duced in the advanced class of the
Hebrew school.
An extensive program of extra-
curricular activities is also plan-
ned for the coming school year.
This program will include a Sun-
day breakfast club, Sabbath morn-
ing junior service, outings, sports
and special interest clubs and
tours.
Page 9 A
Myers to Chair Program At Rabbi Rosenberg fete
Stanley C. Myers, former prcsi- Mincha service starting at 4:30
dent of Beth David Congregation p.m., with a dinner dance to fol-
and now serving as a member of low at Waldman's Crown hotel.
its board of directors, has been se-
lected to act as program chairman
fr the.installation of Rabbi Yaak-
ov G. Rosenberg, spiritual leader,
on Sunday, Apr. 29.
The installation will include a
Myers has been an outsanding
communal leader for more than 25
years, having been one of the pr-
fanizeri of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, of which he is now
serving as president.
by advance gifts chairman -Sam
Weissel and Nat Winokur, presi-
dent of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Sunday evening, a community
assembly will be held in North
Miami Beach at Monticello Park
Congregation, according to chair-
man Hy Novinson.
Mrs. Ruth Lasser, president of
the sisterhood, is assisting Mrs.
Ellen Foster, head of the sister-
hood telephone squad.
THE m... AS I SEE IT
Continued from Pago 4 A
certain American personnel are not permitted to be stationed in Saudi
Arabia. American personnel of the Jewish faith?
Soc. DullotIt may be. I think that for many years, not just in
recent years, but that running over a long period of years, there ha,
been a prohibition on Jews in Saudi Arabia.
Son. HumphroyI mean Americans: I am talking about citizens
of the I nited States of America.
Soc. DullotI am talking of persons of Jewish faith.
Son. HumphroyYes. but Americans.
Soc. DullotYes, of any nationality.
It was, incidentally, at this hearing that Mr. Dulles explained Saudi
Arabian hatred of the Jews as stemming from the time of Mohammed
since Moslems generally credit the assassination of Mohammed to a
Jew! (He subsequently corrected the Congressional Record with the
admission that he had erred.)
With regard to the Dhahran Air Force Base, it is known that U.S.
chaplains there do not wear the insignia of their religious denomina-
tion and that the American flag does .not lly over the baseall for fear
of outraging Saudi Arabian relicious and nationalistic feelings.
This is the man who will appear on a national B'nai B'rith platform
May 8. Oh, yes. When late in 1947 Mr. Dulles campaigned against
Sen. Herbert Lehman for a seat as United States Senator from New
York, he told northern New York State voters: "If you could only see
the kind of people down there (New York City) who are supporting my
opponent." There must have been many B'nai B'rith members among
them he deplored.
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Billionaire ARAMCO Really Behind State Department k
THE MORAL DECISION: Right nd Wr^9 > ? LifM o# American
Law. By Edmond Cahn, 342 pp. Bloominaton: Indian* University
Press. $5.00.
By HILARY MINOLIN
"IT IS TIME," writes Edmond Cahn. "to consult the law"not
because the law has a rigid answer for all problems, but because it has
not; it has instead a "supply of moral insight and experience gradu-
ally developed and accumulated." The author, a Phillips Prize winner
and NYU professor of law. directs his book to the "moral constitution
in all of us and to the need to make ethical judgments in an increasing-
ly complex and confused society.
Mr. Cahn's method is to present a "prismatic" law case, one which;
"reveals an entire spectrum of moral forces." some of them implicit by:
extension. One of these is the case of a nearly blind salesman who.
familiar with his neighborhood, managed to go about it without benefit
of cane or companion. One bright day. while walking on the sidewalk,
he came to a deep trench dug for a sewer connection, fell in. and was
injured. He sued. lost, appealed, and lost again. The law. far from
being as unfeeling as it first appears, has implications for all sensitive
people. For "there is a moral duty to make reasonable use of the
facilities of one's societs to exercise intelligence. Second, there
i- moral duty to avoid imposing unnecessary guilt> on others. A cane
or similar device u a notu-e which the blind man owes to othen
Yel another ramification obtain* here, illustrated by a case in
which an insurance company paid I double indemnity benefit which
they were not legally required to pay. then changed their minds and
pped the check in favor of the face value of the policy alone. The
beneficiary sued for the double indemnity and won. The reason for
the court- decision reveali one of the most fascinating concepti in
law, the ulea that "an act Of magnanimit\ POOMSM and exert- legisla-
tive power over the person who performs it. It enacts a super-norm
which locks him tight ... the doer of a magnanimous act holds himself
out SS fit for the level of the super-norm In the immediate case
he will not be allowed to sink below the law he has shaped for him-
self If it doe- nothing el-e. a magnanimous impulse rips a hole right
through the seemingly ineluctable net of cause and effect. It is like
working a miracle." It is the same doctrine which the old rabbi-judges
called "beyond the line of the law" (hfnim mi-shurat ha-din). That
modern law recognizes and supports its importance I find completely
magnificent.
Other cases, each as fascinating, rciract the value of being alive,
marriage and the family, the privacy of both sex and death, morality in
business ia chapter on whether evading income taxes constitutes moral
turpitude should prick a number of otherwise quiescent conscience-1,
and the "moral right" of an artist to hi- works (four Soviet composer!
objected to the use of their music in an American anti-Communist
moviei. A discussion of the temporal compromise of the desegregation!
decision i- important reading for all those who would help the South
become decent instead of decadent.
In these analyses, as throughout the book. Mr. Cahn is witty and
penetrating, even epigrammatic. He -nun- glibness and vacillation, and
the effect Of hi- honesty and insight i> like a cold shower, shocking!
and exhilarating at once. Anecdotes and quotations from the most
varied sources bear witness to the range of scholarship and interest
which distinguishes his thinking; one story from the Babylonian Tal-
mud i- like a hvacinth for the soul of Judaism.
There are few books which a reviewer finishes with regret, time
and deadlines being harsh masters "The Moral Decision" continues to
convey a profound and nearly ineffable sense of the loneliness of re-
sponsibility, and the possible glory of man that he chooses to under-
take it. It is indeed as Shaw said: You have learned something; that
always feels at first as though you had lost something."
Washington
Oil companies that last year
earned nearly one billion dollars,
after costs, from Arab oil are do-
ing everything in their power to
prevent U.S. arms sales to Israel.
The companies see their lucrative
Arab holdings jeopardized by any
State Department move that
might displease the Arabs.
Pressure was brought to bear
in Washington by the Arabian-
American Oil Co. (ARAMCO) for
the shipment of U.S. arms to Sau-
di Arabia. ARAMCO is owned by
the Standard Oil Co. of Califor-
nia. 30 percent: the Texas Co.. 30
percent; Standard Oil Co. of New
Jersey. 30 percent; and Socony
Mobil Oil Co., 10 percent.
ARAMCO controls Saudi Ara-
bian oil wells that produce 8.000
barrels per well per day at a cost
of only 10 cents a barrel. The
world price is an estimated $2.25
per barrel. In 1955 ARAMCO
made $265,000,000 in Saudi Ara-
bia.
Contact is maintained by
ARAMCO officials with Herbert
Hoover, Jr.. I'ndcr Secretary of
State Hoover- pa-t i- highlight-
ed by hi- acquisition of important
interests in the Union Oil Co. of
California. He once served as
consultant to the Persian Govern-
ment.
It was Hoover who took respon-
sibility for the final clearance of
the 18 army tanks shipped to
Saudi Arabia. Following a num-
ber of meetings with Hoover,
President Eisenhower voiced con-
cern over the threat represented
AlffAHAM SHAHKO
. tUtr ttattSHM*
NURA i.ASKY
Military Rule Over Minority Areas Seems Justified Now
Jerusalem
So long as Israel's security situation continues to
be tense, military rule over certain minority areas
of the country seems justified, according to a report
submitted to the government recently by an inde-
pendent inquiry committee The committee, headed
by a professor of the Haifa Institute of Technology,
had been charged at the end of last year with investi-
gating whether military rule which had been in
force in the Arab sectors ever since the establish-
ment of the state could be abolished or at least
relaxed.
The biggest bone of contention, even of tho*e
Arabs who otherwise appreciate all the state is
doing for them, are restrictions of movement which
form part of this military government. Members of
minorities residing in Galilee and the "Little Tri-
angle" on the eastern borders of Central Israel
the two areas with the biggest minority clusters
may not move about the country freely and must
obtain travel permits. Several years ago they had
to apply for a permit each time they wanted to
travel to town to sell their produce, buy goods or
transact other business, and precious time was lost
lining up at the military' government offices, quite
apart from the fact that those Arabs who had been
loyal throughout took the restriction as an awful
indignity. Since then, however, rules have been
relaxed considerably and permits have been extend-
ed for weeks, months and in some cases up to a year.
twins suoi.au
Unique Book Makes its Appearance on Literary Horizon
A book unique in Jewish literature has made its
appearance in this country. It is Solomon Slutsky's
"Abraham ReisenBibliography." The book is pub-
lished by the Jewish Teachers Seminary in New
York and is the product of many years of study and
research.
Mr. Slutsky is a great admirer of Abraham Reisen.
one of the best Jewish poets and short story writer,
whose works are translated from original Yiddish
into English, Russian, Hebrew, French, Spanish,
Italian, German and other languages. The 300-page
volume, listing all the works written by Reisen since
1881and giving the dates and places where they
were published for the first timeis a labor of love
to Ur. Shitsky.
New York To the history of Jewish literature his book is a
tremendous contribution since it gives detailed data
not only on everything that Reisen wrote and pub-
lished, but also on what has been written and pub-
lished about Reisen. From Mr. Slutsky's book, pub-
lished in Yiddish, a picture emerges of Reisen as
the author of more than 5.400 poems, novelettes and
literary reviews. Of them, 2,620 were poemsmany
of which have become as popular as folkloreand
about 1,900 were short stories.
Mr. Slutsky lists also 64 works of Reisen which
appeared in English translation and about 300 in
other languages. He also lists 644 articles that were
published on Reisen in all parts of the world, includ-
ing Soviet Russia.
by the Arab-Israel situation to
western oil holdings in the Mid-
dle East.
An anti-trust action filed by
the Truman Administration is
still pending. It accused U.S. oil
firms of conspiring with British,
Dutch, and French companies to
hold up prices, curtail produc-
tion, and divide markets. The
suit is so complicated that the
public has failed to grasp its true
significance. The State and De-
fense Departments are quietly de-
fending the oil companies.
Another action is before the
U.S. courts. It accuses the oil ty-
coons of overcharging the U.S.
Government for crude oil shipped
from the Middle East to Europe
eight years ago under Marshall
Plan contracts.
A more recent demonstration
of oil tactics is seen in the cur-
rent evasion of the stated policy
of the Office of Defense Mobiliza-
tion. At present an estimated
280.000 barrels of Middle Eastern
crude oil are being imported into
the United States daily, more
than the government policy al-
lows. In the near future either
the policy will be changed to ac-
commodate oil profits or the
ODM will crack down.
Arab oil may be the basis for
the most profitable commercial
operation in the world. The prov-
en, recoverable oil reserves are
worth $400 to $500 billion. This
is more than the U.S. national in-
come for an entire vea,
'"Ports by the LW
increasing. Europe
the Near East as
source of its oil.
Oil companies are (
the Communists pen-
Middle East. But tJ,
regional defense dem,
peasement of Arab
The oil companies blame
can support of Israel fan
cess of Communist moral
The Chase Manhattan
petroleum consultant
Pogue, has made e-tiL
point to Middle Eastern
tion of two-fifth of the Wa
needs with huge profits |
panics like ARAMCO.
much more cheaply
than American oil. ^
Manhattan Bank conclude*
dollar spent for Arab <*| |
many times more profit I
same dollar spent here.
Chase plans to open
banking branch, havingt,
that 106 billion dollan
spent between now and !
marketing and distrib
Arab oil. A uniformly!
is set for oil under a i
fixing arrangement.
A. H. Chapman of ..
headed a committee thai
studied Middle Eastern n,
He reported that "MiddleI
men known that no
mates for the area, i __
experienced eneineers,
yond the realm of
PAVED SCnWARTZ
Justice Douglas Doesn't Explain
New York
All the fuss about Morey Bern-
stein's "Brldey Murphy" reminds
me that Justice Douglas in his
recent book on his travels in the
Near East tells of his visits with
the Druzes in Israel and of their
belief in reincarnation. Some of
the Jews, especially those who
subscribe to the mystic teachings
of the Cabala, also share that
view, but what surprised me was
Justice Douglas* statement that
the Druzes think they will be re-
born in China. Just why China
and not the Philippine Islands or
Lancaster, Pa., he does not say.
I know a man in Newark who says
he hopes he is reborn in Newark,
because Newark is a good place
to come from.
The Druzes are very friendly
toward the Jews and have render-
ed great assistance to Israel in
its fight for independence.

We went down to the dock in
Brooklyn to see the SS. Zion
arrive on its maiden voyage.
Beautiful sight. Not many years
ago, the idea of such a ship fly-
ing the Zionist flag woaH|
seemed utterly Utopian,
Israeli ships are taken for j
ed. I don't believe my
ite would care to look *i
ships. They would man]
realize how cheap he is.
*
The S 8. Zion br
America Abraham Shapn
of the true Pilgrim Fatt
Israel. He was one of the]
inal settlers -f Petaeh
the first Zionist jettlementil
dating Herzl. I don't knot|
old Abraham Shapiro
people of Petaeh Tikvah |
long. A few years ago, Ah
Koppleman. one of the
of Petaeh Tikvah. died. He I
that he be buried "Dearth)!
cellars, where they make[
things that cheer the
man."
Once Koppleman called I
grandchild, but the lit*]
would not come to him.
don't want to go to your
father." he said. "Well
want to go to my
either."
Ill IIIII HT #.. U FT
Motion Picture Producer Chicago
Hollywood
Philip Yordan. who has launch-
ed his first major picture as a
producer with Budd Schuiberg's
controversial novel of the prixe-
fight racket, winner of last year's
Academy Award in the screen
story department, is a Jewish
boy from Chicago who, during
the final days of the depression,
was starting to practice law when
he wrote the play. "Anna Lu-
casta," which brought him sud-
den fame and a fortune of one
million dollars in royalties before
he was 30.
Yordan wrote the salty com-
edy, which has a kinship to
O'Neil's "Anne Christie," origin-
ally with a closely-knitted group
of Italian immigrants in mind,
but tailored it for a colored group
of high professional skill which
performed in a basement and
then moved to Broadway to make
"Anna Lucasta" the most
f ul play of the
Not long before "/.'
ta" became such a Mirjrwi
Yordan had wntleii_ s
story. "Dillmger." which I
to King Bros for the hue
of $500. "Dillinger *
most modest budget, never"
grossed millions of dollan'
producers. ..,
When I met Yordan n,
ago to work with him on "
goV the United Ait-JJ
which propelled Ava u ^
stardom, he was *'-1
bil money. Phil Yord* I
writing for the screen e*J
lately producing* cou-r
with Sidney Harmon,
World War II. ^JRl
picture division jwi
wood. -The Harder 3
the picture which v
has produced H* v.
hard hitting expo*jj'
dkates in the %
.imilar to Stanley
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TVYBigPayoff'Will
Mark 150 Years for
Colgate-Palmolive
"The Bij? Payoff," nationally
famous television program starring
Randy Merriman and former Miss
America Bess Myerson. with Betty
Ann Grove in the featured spot,
will be televised from Miami Beach
Apr. 30 through May 4.
The program, scheduled by tele
vision station WTVJ (channel 4)
daily at 2 p.m., wilj commemora-e
the 150th anniversary of the Col-
gate Palmolive Company, which
'was founded in 1806.
Five anniversary princesses were
selected by Miamians to appear on
the nationwide network TV show,
with each princess receiving a
valuable Colgate Palmolive 150th
anniversary wordrobe. Nomina-
tions closed here Wednesday, and
judges will select 13 contestants
as finalists.
The finalists. 16 years of age or
over, married or single, are tched-
ulcd to appear on Alex Gibson's
afternoon show (WTVJ) Monday
through Friday, between Apr. 16
and 25.
Miamians may vote for finalists
at nil drug or food stores before
Apr. 26.
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MRS. RUTH DANCHES
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a, .*" B.ERTH* L. KOHN
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IVING GROSSMAN
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I ARTHUR STORCH
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died
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Knirht- ni [> ihiaa mil the
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P.^NNIE LEV|NE
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liter, Mr.
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Mra Rom
Ichlldren.
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P '"......'" -'' i hi who cam* h.-r*
ago fi..m rjreenaboro. he is
-UIUV...I by ye wife, Beatrice, four
aauahtera, a alater and foui broth. r
includina Bam end Morria Servi<-ea
and burial were In Ore. naboro \ c
withi .or.b.ii runeral Home In hi
BERNARD LEVINSON
I HW th In., .li.-.l Mar. 2S.
" cane to Miami from New York
Burvlving are bis
wire, h.i. I,.-. a daughter, Bharon: hi
I" nta. Mi .in.i Mra. Joeeph I., vln-
w.n. a broth.! anl sister \n awning
.I. Miian. he waa a World War II vet-
Bel t-icea w< re Mar. N al Qordon
ral Home, with burial in Star i.f
David Cemetery.
Arnold H. Wallack, Flushing,
N.Y., has been appointed ex-
ecutive secretary of the Nation-
al Finance Council of American
Zionist Committee for Public
Affairs. Wallack previously
conducted special programs for
Israel Bonds and recently serv-
ed as secretary to the Commis-
sioner of Correction in New
York City.
Candidates Invited
To Air Their Views
Civic League of Miami Beach
Lttl week sent letters to candidates
in statR county and district-wide
races inviting them to appear be-
fore the League Monday evening,
Apr. 16. at the Shelborne hotel.
Julius Jay Pelmutter, president
of the organization, told the hope-
fuls that the purpose of the affair
will be '"to present yourself and
project your purpose as a candi-
date."
Perlmutter also revealed that
the League has reserved Flamingo
Park May 7 and May 28.
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Mr*. Irving Cypen deserves an award for the
most modest statement of the year. Hazel's presi-
dent of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood. .
At her Algiers hotel brunch last week to 40
members of the sisterhood board. Haul inscribed
the program with the following ditty: "To My
Sisterhood Board, I Truly Adore/ You Did the
fcrnt Credit for".
r s Has*''* "thank you" as Sisterhood president, attended
L*f m Witta". Mrs. Ban Greene, Mra. Irving Lebrman, Mrs.
m Mrs. David Levinson, Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe, Mrs.
rh nning. Mrs. Samuel Lipton, Mra. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs.
fupten, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg and dozens of other hard-
iZTber modesty, Haial received praise galore for her out-
, leadership as Sisterhood president.
- Tendler -pent the recent holidays away from Skidmore
^t the Rivo Alto Island home of her parents, the William
L and sister Ronnia. .
Ctword. friends hear, is that the Tendlers plan to exchange
uand manse for another on N. Bay rd. at 51st st. .
[pod deal of her vacation time here was spent by Lynn
1 in the ;un around the Fontainebleau poolsomething that
fbwn quite possible at Skidmore campus in cold Saratoga
Y N V
*ile on their spring vacation here, Mr*. Hanna Feldman and
L Joyce, of Forest Hills, Long Island, N.Y., divided their
rtween friends and activities at the Fontainebleau. .
indpal hosts were Mr. and Mrs. James Chaplan and son
[who's currently at the University of Miami after two years
i -
^t, incidentally, intends to continue her studies at the
find will return here July 1.
I talking about the "Guys and Dolls" fashion show are the
f|adie> who attended the Eden Roc affair last week, with
children receiving proceeds. .
onsor was Variety club women's committee, with Bernice
nikir acting as chairman. .
iin Barrart, television star, did the excellent commentary
lions presented by Saks Fifth Avenue. Linda Satin headed
f-
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n and Jack Miller are back in their Meridian ave. home
i eventful trip girdling the globe. .
jhter Barbara came down from Fairfax Hall in Virginia
ng vacation- -but has by now returned to resume her
lord is that Helen and Jack will soon leave for their summer
iHendersonville. N.C. (Already?. Everyone's still talking
(rimer's deep freeze.) Son Jack will remain on the University
i campus
I of which adds up to more than a baker's dozen of hail and
>>>>c
m and Dr. Simon Lipton served cocktails in the garden of
fE87th st. home at a late afternoon affair during the recent
oying every minute of the conversation among Celia and
i twenty-five guests was their four-year-old daughter, Isabel
tbo concentrated her special attention on University of
| medical school pediatrics professor Dr. Robert (and Mrs.)
Lipton lawn came in for special praise from discerning
ty Jorgensen and Leon Greene. Legal note was lent to
[tail affair with the later arrival of Judge and Mrs. Milton
attending were Dr. and Mrs. Lcjjris Lemberg, Aedele
[raski and husband Maury and the Lipton's good neighbors
I Mrs. Manny Lorber.
d Mrs. Sidney Katzif, 2401 SW 16th st., are busy these
h entertaining out^of-towners. .
biting her children is Mrs. Gertrude Ehrenreich, Natrona.
w from Monessen, Pa., are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keisler
Sadie Feldman. .
n-Keijltr ami Sadie are Sid's aunts.
>
m Miami Beach women were responsible for a letter here
[H*iry Cabot Lodge, of the United States delegation to the
Nations. .
*y are Mrs. Philip Brummer, chairman of South Florida
>n Jewish I grew defense organization, and Mrs. Louis
of the Greater Miami UN group. .
injunction with Mrs. Ira Krivitiin, Israeli group president
lassi. they wrote to Mr. Lodge in protest against Arab state
'the United Nations. .
fai may count on me, as a life-long friend of Israel." he
J 'o Mr. Brummer and Mrs. Bidermen, "to be mindful of
pud'
"* 40 women attended a pre-nuptual tea honoring Carol
"Sunday in the Algiers hotel Kismet room. .
-7teiL0f Mr and Mr- Al """ 790 Crespi b,vd c,ro1
"lift University of Florida, where she met fiance Irwm
P the-son of the Morris Cotzins, Coral Gables, and is now
ra'theL[M.
*' d Irwin plan to marry June 2.
P"tan Women's Golf Assn. met last week at Coral
"""try club, with Mrs. Pauline Bromberg and Mrs. Martin
'""changing golf hats for spring fashions to represent
y Ule golf dub. .
^"Ifair for Bay Shore club were Mrs. S. Segal and Mrs.
*mo.| Kuppermen was hostess at a luncheon in the
"hotel for her sister-in-law, Mrs. Seymour Lesser, of
" ">ng Wand, N.Y.
for !?' whose husband Sy owns Roosevelt Raceway, is
1 spnn8 vacation.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, April 13, 1956
Section B
MRS. SEUG Will BE HONORED BY WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
Lovely Soprano Regina Resnik to Sing at Testimonial Here
Outlining plans for the women's division of the Greater Miami
Committee for State of Israel Bonds for 1956, which will be
highlighted Thursday, Apr. 19, at the Eden Roc hotel with a
testimonial luncheon honoring former chairman Mrs. Monte
Selig are (left to right) Mrs. Selig, national chairman Mrs.
Michael A. Stavitsky, trustee Mrs. Sarah Czech and women's
division chairman Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers.
HIGHLIGHT OF EVENT: 'THIS IS YOUR LITE'
Miss Regina Resnik, lovely
young soprano of the Metropolitan
Opera Company, will appear at the
Eden Roc hotel Thursday. Apr. 19,
as the featured entertainer at the
testimonial luncheon to Mrs. Monte
Selig. The session is scheduled for
noon.
Mrs. Selig, one of the outstand-
ing communal workers in the
South and a devoted supporter of
Israel prior to and since its incep-
tion, will be honored for her "out-
standing service as 1954 and 1955
chairman of the women's division
of the Greater Miami Committee
for State of Israel Bonds." She
now serves as honorary chairman
of that unit.
Mrs. Samuel Rost, chairman of
the local chapter of Sponsors of
Israel, is chairman of the meeting.
She is assisted by Mrs. Jacob Sher,
chairman of hostesses, and Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, who suc-
ceeded Mrs. Selig as women's divi-
sion chairman.
"All of Mrs. Selig's fellow work-
ers for community and Israel af-
fairs have shown a great desire to
participate in this luncheon, eith-
er through sale or purchase of
Continued on Page 3 B
Pioneer Miamian-Home Founder-Receives Women's Tribute
MRS. ISISOR COHEN
A pioneer Miamian and one of
the founders of the Jewish Home
for the Aged, Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
was to receive a tribute Thursday
from the Greater Miami Auxiliary
of the Home.
The tribute was scheduled in the
Eden Roc hotel at an annual donor
luncheon of the women's organ-
ization.
Highlight of the event was a
tableau of five scenes, showing
Mrs. Cohen's life as a pioneer. His-
tory shows that her late husband
arrived in Miami in 1896. well be-
fore the city was chartered.
Mrs. Cohen's daughter, Mrs. Syd-
ney Weintraub, was narrator. Mrs.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, close
friend of the Cohen family, por-
trayed Mrs. Cohen.
General chairman of the affair
was Mrs. Samuel Rost. and Mrs.
Herman Jacobs and Mrs. Trudy
Hamerschlag were in charge of
reservations.
Jewish Home for the Aged,
which ranks among the finest in
the country, had its start through
a bequest left to Mrs. Cohen by
the late Adam Reis who stipulated
in his will that $10,000 be given
to a worthy Jewish, Protestant and
Catholic cause.
Mrs. Cohen was named one of
the recipients and, feeling the need
of a home for indigent Jewish peo-
ple she called together a group
of outstanding Jewish leaders who
met in her home in 1940 to start
a project which today has culmin-
ated in the imposing buildings
which comprise the institution.
Mrs. Cohen became first presi-
dent of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, now located in Douglas Gar-
dens at 150 NE 53rd st.
Hadassah Groups WH Mark Child's
Day With Luncheons Next Week
Seventh annual oWrvnnce of
"World Jewish Child's Day" in
Hadassah's Youth Aliyah move-
ment will be celebrated in the
Greater Miami area during the
week of Apr. 16, as designated by
Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell. president of
the Greater Miami chapter of
Hadassah.
Youth Aliyah is setting up u
regional centers in strategic spots
throughout Israel, in an effort to
expand educational and vocational
facilities for the youth of families
who have been settled in the new
border areas.
An accelerated rescue program
has been launched to absorb great-
er numbers of North African chil-
dren.
In an effort to help meet the
emergency quota, the 14 Hadassah
groups in this area are planning a
mi es of fund raising luncheons in
hotels and private homes under
the guidance of Miss Lillian Good-
man. Youth Aliyah co-ordmator.

Henrietta Szold group of Hadas-
sah will celebrate "World Jewish
Child's Day" with a luncheon at
the Eden Roc hotel on Tuesday.
Apr. 17.
Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. Youth
Aliyah chairman, will present cer-
tificates to Ima's Mrs. Selma Nash,
Miss Elizabeth Zentler, Mrs. Julius
Simpson and Mrs. Bessie Spen, in
a ceremony honoring these women
as "Mothers in Israel."
Soloist Stan Porter will entertain
with a selection from the opera
Rar Kochba. with Mrs. Margaret
Yomen at the piano.
The program will include a talk
on Israel, by Seymour Liebman,
president of the Southeastern re-
gion. Zionist Organization of Am-
erica.
.
Israeli group of Hadassah will
celebrate "World Jewish Child's
Day." honoring Mrs. Francis Rubin
at a luncheon on Monday, Apr. 16,
at the Eden Roc hotel.
Cantor Philip H. Brummer will
render a musical program. Rabbi
Continued on Page 5 B
MRS. SYWK/ WEINTRAUB
Fashion Show Scheduled
Mollie Kahaner Ladies Auxiliary
of Monticello Park Congregation
will hold a fashion show for tots,
teenagers, misses, married women
and mothers-to-be in the religious
school building. 1099 NE 163rd st.,
Wednesday evening, Apr. 18.


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us for sure, our thoughts turn to
lighter, springtime meals. We
.1 hurried search tin
recipe files, handy cook books,
pings not yet filed, etc. N'atur-
enough, we -earch for some-
thing different to please Is
an i are happj to
with somethini time-aaving,
(ipeciall) for luncheons
How aboul utilizing some left-
oven of meat, poultry or Hah?
Dicing or flakms even *mall Pr
lions of meats or fish boiled.
broiled or roastedand combining
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poultry or fish
2 hard cooked eggs, diced or
chopped
4 cupful diced green pepper.
eelcr> Off green onions
1 tablespoon Mayonnaise or
French dressing
Herb seasoning (thyme.
oregano) mint leaves OY
parsley
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>ly Soprano Regina Resnik to Sing a? Testimonial Here
d from P9 B
Sponsor level,'
imount
r of Mrs.
in It""'
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fcontinue
pads on the
1.mln who become Spon-
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0f at least $1,000
Selig are partici-
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aid in these de>
oi her gravest crisis,"
si pointed ..ut.
SaVaik. who came to the
5 bj waj oi -he And.-
VlI. js i sidered one
be^t drai ranoa In
, she is probably the
at the Metro-
having appeared m more
jarincth- I"-' <*vm >ears
other sopi
blonde, blue-eyed singer
Ijnd with countless lead-
orchestras thr
fjatted Stati Canada and
Europe She has perform-
nWst with various music
including the Central
usjc Festival of Colorado.
of Mexico
man Members of the testimonial
committee, in addition to the chair
1. include thr Mesdami
Harry
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City and the San Francisci
Company have called on her serv-
ices every year.
Mrs. Max Weitz is program chair-
Mrs. Rubin Gets
12th Charm, Mrs.
Czech in New
GOiD CHf.V CHAM
imbers' Cast
nres ?!ay
n chapter. National
Cardiac ho pital, was to
morning at
i Cohen Hall.
deled al a play,
s Wives." written and di-
by Elinoi iv Felstein.
imea Loon
chairman, Jess
Sacker, Caryl
Leo SobeL
played the
elude;! the
. Will
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G*01"- chairman of
f r citizens
: Sholom,
r*k I'1 i Ross. Uni-
of *': or, was guest
at an open meeting of the
lay. Ross i. a wcll-
irer.
Mrs. Frances N. Rubin. l!'"t.
19.")") and 1956 Tru-tee of Israel.
became the first woman in Greater
Miami to receive her complete
bracelet of 12 solid gold Chen
Charms last Thursday at a Bonds
Voyage" meeting which bid fare-
well to Chen co-chairman Mrs.
Samuel Z. Sakrais
Mrs. Sarah Czech announced the
renewal of her Trusteeship with a
commitment to purchase $10,000 in
'travel Bonds this month on the
occasion of the eighth anniversary
nt Israels Independence in honor
of Mrs. Monte Selig, honorary
Chil- chairman of the women's division.
Mrs. Czech read a special poem
written in honor of five years oi
accomplishment of the Israel Bonds
program and in recognition of Mrs
Sakrais' departure for Israel on a
national leadership tour.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Movers.
woman's division chairman; Mrs.
Harry Platoff, Chen co-chairman:
and Mrs. Max Weitz. program
chairman, conducted the program
and the awards to the fill outstand-
ing saleswomen for Israel Bonds
in this ana
Mrs. Dorothy Kriegef Fink gave
the invocation and enacted the
'part of the 'Voice of Chen" dur-
ing the ceremony. More than 330
[women attended the kickolf func-
tion of the women's division for
'the 1956 campaign.
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UM gallery.
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Mrs. Phillips Will Head Cleanup Drive For Women's Group
Mrs. David Phillips, local com- Phillips' urgent call for plus
mtinal worker and active in the m this year's crisis campal
leadership oi the Combined Jew- The Women's Division last year
ish Appeal, has been named chair- raised $188,53] which rapn
man of the Women's Division separate and Individual Rifts by
tmp drive. 1.548 women, apart from ODBtribu-
Mrs. Samuel Simonhcff, chair <""'- ,n,'ir h"'' '
p of the division, announced was explained by Mrs. Simonhoft
Wednesdaj thai nearly 92 percent -,, Phillips ui tenant ol
he Women's i>i\Lsion quota has ,
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idy been I, and she u
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Beth David Women's
Luncheon to Mark
40th Anniversary
Mrs. Ralph Hankin and Mrs.
Homer Kievman. donor co-chair-
meii. announce that the Fleur de
Lij room of the Ponainebleau hotel
will be the letting tor the annual
donor luncheon of Beth David Sis-
t- i hood at 11:30 a.m. on Apr. 18.
This affair culminates the year's
activities and will pay tribute to
members who have become poo*
Ori, patrons and donors
The following women comprise
the sponsor committee: The Mes-
dames Herbert Scher, Sidney Lrf-f-
court, Moe Peingold, and John
Feller
Patron committee Mrs [. B.
Berk. lira, .lerome Wcmkle. Mrs
Louis Specter and lira Bmaniel
Smith.
Donor committee: The Mesdames
Irving Cordon M ran, Wil-
ii.mi Weintraub and Irving Satner.
Beth David Sisterhood will also
i at< its KHh anniversary at
the lunch
Progr i' h drman Mrs.
Badanes will present cantata en-
titled "The Seven Golden Buttons'
under the direction ol Cantor Wil-
liam Lipson, ol Beth David
ion.
Included in |
dame- Mi< h iel i' > in, Jack ToppeL,
man Sokolow, Milton Yaffe,
Emanuel Smith Charles Gottlieb,
Murray Turetsky, Isidore Di< k
man, Sarah Hart Ben Bloom,
Pod ii and
Harold H. Barnt j. accompanist
Raikind Named Life Member
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Country Fair Slated
At Fiagier-Granada
l iii" Fair" wBJ be
the cry whin Flagler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center present* a
real old-fashioned country fair
Sunday evening.
the enter grounds at 50
ni-t pi. will be transformed into
fair grounds, with everythin
please people of all ages and all
interests. Fair grounds will open
! at noon and continue until dark.
TANTE BALL and dinner for eight claeamates who cele- Naurison. Bonnie Dubbin, Judy Lefcoe, Geralyn Faber, Diane
j their 16th birthdays was a lavish affair at the Algiers Berk, Mickey Vengel and Verna Sodikoff. More than 300
[Saturday night. Left to right are Judy Migden. Muriel young couples, plus their parents, helped honor the octet.
bl Review Due
tthSholcmon
|fl, Ladies Say
Good Ole Summertime."
I revue about people and
ritten and directed by
vin. will feature the an-
tner dane "f Hie Sister-
|Templc Beth Sholou Sat-
(veninc. Apr 21, at the
[according to Mrs. Irving
L. SMerho id president
Lgraphy i- being directed
e H. Friedman, and musi-
:!inn li iii I hi' hands of
rim-on. Members of the
[hide Marilyn Barrie, Ethel
Dorothy Fa lick, Joseph
d. Judy and Tommy Cler-
,r Larrj Kimmel,
Lifter. Reuben Levin, Phyl-
p, Bea Menel, Doris Oles-
Parker. Barbara Sihiff.
kiff. Honey Shapiro, Mar-
kith. Harry Smith and Ke-
lickman.
tvueisopen to the general
laid ticket^ are available
] the Temple office. Pro-
to Sisterhood's subsidy
r the religious school, Mrs.
|uid. .
A. Durhin is ticket chair-
Mrs. Barry Cameron is
i of the function. Most of
Mwrs of the cast constitute I
| and Mrs Club of Temple
om, of which Mrs. Jordan
I president.
MKS. BARRY CAMERON
owing Hollywood
Scheduled by WHS
and Dreams," unique,
motion picture short.
Lloyd Nolan and Lynn
" be telecast on station
Holiday evening, Apr. 16.
of the lilni has been
through the Combined
| Appeal as an educational
The program will be part
lcal community's observ-
.uie eighth anniversary of
mdependei.i
Women Voters Ask
Candidates' Views
Candidates for political office
were interviewed by members of
the League of Women Voters in a
series beginning last week on
WTHS. educational channel 2. Air
time for the series is 7:45 p.m.,
Wednesdays.
After elections arc completed,
the League plans a series on for-
eign trade, with different world
areas to be discussed each week.
Members of the four leagues in
the area. Coral Gables, Hialeah,
Miami and Miami Beach, arc par-
ticipating in the programs.
For candidate interviews, all
candidates for any one office will
be queried, since neither the
League nor the station ever en-
dorses any individual who runs tor
office. The programs are intended
for voter information.
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Hadassah Groups Will Mark Child's
Day With Luncheons Next Week
DR. JACK M. SAFRA
Op/omefrisf
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS
OFFICE TO
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(Lobby)
Miami Beach
Office Hours: 9 5:30
Phone JE 4-2343
Continued from Pago 1 B
Yaakov Rosenberg will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Sol Silverman is
chairman.
Mrs. Bernard Stevens will be
speaker at the "World Jewish
Child's Day" luncheon given by
Menorah group of Hadassah in the
Biscayne Terrace hotel Monday
noon. Also on the program will be
a musical comedy skit by members.
Proceeds will go to needy children
in Israel, according to Mrs. Daniel
( ravitt, Youth Aliyah chairman.
*
I li Goodman group of Hedassah
will hold an llgames party at the
Algiers hotel Wednesday evening,
Apr 16.
Miss Frances Lebon is president,
and the celebration will mark
World Jewish Children'sIZ-h wy
World Jewish Child's Day.
Miss Lillian Marx is chairman of
the Youth Aliyah committee, and
Miss Lillian Goodman is chairman
of arrangements.
Band to be Featured
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
! Center will hold their annual
-pring hop on Apr. 28 at 951
Flamingo way, featuring Richard
Benn, his band and vocalist Dolo-
res Allen.
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ZUJy. Apni

3n tltclQcalm of Society
Cracow Girl, Now
Doing Gancer Work,
To Wed Miami LLB
The engagement of Miss Sho-
shana Merin. formerly of Cracow.
Poland, to a young Miami lawyer.
Frederick Raymon Snyder. Jr.. was
announced at a party given in the
bride-elect's home. 7124 Trouville
Esplanade, Miami Beach.
The announcement could not be
made by the bride-elect's parents.
They were killed in Buchenwald
during the war
Young Shoshana went to Augs-
burg, Germany, where her brother
now operates the Mes^er^ehmitt
imobile factory, given to him in
exchange for the family's airplane
factory in Poland commandeered
by the Germans during World War
li.
Shoshana received :i medical re-
i e in s itzerland and
was brought to this country to en-
gage in cancer research, which -he
now l- doing a( the Cancer Insti-
tute at Miami. She a poi sored
the count**] by Judge and Mrs
Harold Spaet, oi Miami Beach.
Mr Snyder, son "i the -chut
lerick Raymond Snyders, of
N rth Bergen, N J. lives at 130 An
ra ave < oral Gables. He
lated front Washington and
| Univei sity and I de-
from the University,, oi Mi-
ami school oi law and from < >n
and.
The couple plan .< June wi
Mr*. Lucille Toloff has long been a rr,i ra K.
her photography studio. Pilkingtons, on Ponce d i Ul,N
many years, the studio was a frequent gathering rtjf?* **\
who met in the evenings to hear Lucid*'* late h ^ Pn*
former cover photographer for the New York n l**H
lens technique. Dai|y Mim*]
Latest word is that LucilU has given up Pdkimrt
he social service department of Mt. Sinai hos 7Mor|
MISS SHOSHANA MtKIN
MISS MARILYN KURMAN
Marilyn Kurman's
Kiancc \mw Student
\ Iding i- ;
IT by Marilyn Kur-
man and Bernard Fnedkin.
Announcement oi the en|
ment was made l>\ Mr and Mr*.
Abe Kurman. 2105 SW 12th st .
parents of the hnde elect
Mr. Median i* the son of the
late Mr. and Mr- Joseph Knedkin.
: Tampa
Miss Kurman la a graduate of
i and i- now at-
tending the University of Miami
Mr. Fnedkin i- a graduate of the
University Of Florida where he
was a member of Pi Lambda Phi.
Hi l- currently enrolled in the
rersit) oi Miami bra school and
i- a member of the Bar and G
Society.
The coupie will honeymoon in

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AUGUST BROS **
D
ait' I
MISS TEfttr STEIN
Met on Blind Date;G
Mrs Leo B. Green. 1755 Mar
seille dr.. Miami Beach, announces
the engagement of her daughter.
Jane Weiner Plans
For June 1" Rites
Jane Stephanie Weiner. a senior
at Miami Senior High School, has
ehoatn June 17 m the day -he will
exchange wedding vows with Her-
bert Sheldon Katz at Kneeeth Is-
rael Congregation.
Misa Weiner i^ the daughter of
Mr- Alberta T. Weiner, 288 NW
and William Weiner, al-
Miami
Mr. KaU i- the ton of Mr. and
.
MISS JUDY GREEN
tuple Pick August
Judy Kllen, to Lawrence Stanley
Stern, of Jacksonville.
Miss Green graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and attend-
ed the University of Miami.
Mr. Stern is an architectural en-
gineering student at the Georgia
Institute of Technology, and is a
member of Phi Epsilon Pi.
The couple met on a blind date
in Miami Beach. An August wed-
ding is planned.
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Pick July 18
and Mrs Kdward Stein. 352
NE 112th st, announce the en-
ment oi their daughter, Terr..
I to Robert N. Perl* -. son ol Mr
and Mrs Mot ParlaM, 865 W. 39th
It
The bride-elect, formerly of Pat-
erson, N .) attended Temple Uni-
versity and is a member of Kappa
Delta Epsilon professional sorority.
The future bridegroom, a for-
mer resident of New York City, at-
tended t'Uy College of New York
and Miami I'niversity.
A wedding is planned for July
18. in Miami Beach.
mighty happy about it, too," Lucille* telling trS
neighbors are sorry to hear that she's moved to PR Q<**\
But new acquaintances there are mighty happy about U ""H
Jewish National Fund luncheon party was hPu
Mrs. Goodman Rycos. 4580 Adams ave.. last week *' ,h*
group of Hadassah. Assisting Mrs. Ryc, was m?'*1'
chairman of the project. wr* MaW
crrr councilmam intutains .. but osjjo units
Mr*. Murray (Ruth) Kaufman was hostes, at a coffw. v_
Beach home last week. Back in New York after smJJ-'" *
at the Sterling hotel are Mr.. N.ni. M.lk.r and moth?*.?
Halparin. Entertaining them while her. was eitj couni
Halparin, brother and son. respectively Variety Won*
named Miami's ten best dressed women, with guests at thl
Mrs. Eddia Fiahor (Debbie Reynolds) and Pitr Anoeli mJ
Damon*) certainly offering a challenge to winnen
Coming off with top honors among the ten were MnRokHti
Mrs. Haynar Bloom, Mrs. Burton Radoff, Mrs. Morri LinZj
Alvin Richtar, Mrs. Roy Schachtar and Mrs. Herbert MithiTl
Schachtar, who's the daughter of socialite^ Mr. and Mrv Sidnnj
was also among the top ten best dreaaed women in thp vIMI7
poll here last week. Mrs. Mayor (Renae) Eqgnari will be 1
day at a party for ladies in the Sans Souci hotel. .
treat tor grandparents schoiarship ro* senim
Passover at the Sam Waissman residence, 960 Pennn
meant much to the grandparents of Charyl Waissman, 4. and
mann, 11. Carl, a Beachite. sees his grandparents often, ball
had a treat, what with the visit here of her parents, Cap).
Morton Waissman, who stopped over on his waj to being
from Shrevesport. La., where he was USAF Air Intense Filter
head, to Sacramento, Calif. .
Susan Ava Gans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Nautilus dr.. has been awarded a Margaret Floy Wa-hburnF
which she will use after her graduation from Vassar in June..
fellowship is in clinical psychology. Among prominent
Jewish civic leaders vacationing at Waldman's Crown hotel
Jannia Greenfield, Brooklyn. NY., past president of the
chapter of National Women's League. United Synagogues of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Courshon left their Daytonia rd
week for a five-day stay in Washington and New York. ..
chairman of the board of Washington Federal .
HSHIMG CITS MOD WIDDING UUS 70 RING
Saturday meant fisherman's night at King Cl* North She
with Mr. and Mrs. Albart Shapiro as hosts. Everything had f
motif, with guests of honor being Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin T
Glen Cove. NY.. Albert's parents Also among guests
Harold Wynns, Albart Pollaks, Maurice Cromers, Mr. and Mrvj
Lansburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Michaal Lanwirth, the Sam Hirscha*.r
Graanas, Jack Youngs, Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mr.
Robert Turchin and the Ban Meyars. .
Before they leave for their New York home at th? end
Mr. and Mrs, Rauban Horowiti, of 9549 Byron ave., will be'
honor at a series of parties here. Dinner given by the coup*
If M.mms celebrated Rauban's birthday. Guests included
Mrs. Samual Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Feiner, m
Gorman*. Leon Kayes, Mrs. Lenora Kleiman, Mr. and *".'
Oboler, Mrs. Daisy Lart, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Seplar and t|
Rapp. .
Speaking of the Alfrad Obolars, her cousins. Dr. and
L. W.instock, are visiting here and Haying at the runt""
They'll return to New York in a few weeks to arrange Jortan
of daughter Marcia to Stanley Reiter in June at the Ddmomw.
Roi and Al will be among guests at the wedding.
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She'll be Married;
But Name's Same
Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Mandel.
'1101 Marseille dr.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Ruth Grace, to Bernie Mandell Mr
Mandell is the son of Mr and Mrs.
Morris L Mandell, 1736 Dewey st..
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dents lo Wed
Cnnicr Rites
Ejversity "' Florida stu-
berta Barbara Dilner and
irks, are planning
L vcdding in Miami.
E Mr. P. v' Dilner, oo
,vp Coral Gablea, ar*>
Hng their daughtar*l en-
uj her Dance are uradu-
h School.
Ida. Mis- Dilner pledged
pin sorority.
lark- i- the -<>n of Mr. and
Erj Hark; 555 SW 62nd
Ii!l graduate in June with
I in buiidni- construction
Builders and
lor> Assn.
jmemli ma I-amb-
mnoran r y, Arnold
an I lv 1 n I da I'hi, so-
lemity.
tome to be Site
Frisch, Davis
ride-elect home will be
earl Shirley Fnsch and
iRichard Davis exchange
n <>n June 10.
Mrs Sol Krisch. 2571
|ave.. are announcing their
i engagement. She grad-
ihigh schnni in her for-
Newark X .1 where
i member of B'nai B'rith
taah She i^ a member
I'rith in Miami.
is' parents. Mr. and Mrs.
live at 71!) 1st st.,
dl.
duaterl from Boston l'ni
nd has rec< ntly returned
months ol duty in Ger
the Anm
lav., plans to attend the
miss who* tirr
Myrnu Leonard's
Betrothal Revealed
When Myrna Leonard and Peter
Rubelman are married Aug. 12 it
'will be in Tampa, the bride-elect's
| home town. Her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Wheeler. Tampa, are an-
nouncing the engagement.
Miss I^onard was elected to th
Hall of Fame at Jefferson Hi'^h
School in Tampa. She attended
University of Florida, majoring in
music education and performing
as 'a concert soloist.
She was president of Broward
Hall dort'ii'nry and was sweetheart
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity for
jtwo years. She is employed a- a
secretary, and makes her home at
935 NW 75th st.
Mr. Rubelman is the ROD "I Mrs
Faye Rubelman. 1612 Meri
ave., Miami Beach. He graduated
with honors from F M A Military-
Academy and waa awarded the
Bausch and I^.mh Scholarship and
the Time Magazine Science Award.
After serving in the Korean war
he was a pre-dental student at Em-
ory University where he was
chosen for the Hall of Fame and
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi and Eta Sigma Phi. social and
honorary fraternities
He is a sophomore at Baltimore
Dental College and a member of
Alpha'Omega dental fraternity.
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June Wedding Will
Unite Litt, Chazen
Elinor litt and Irving Chazen
met last June. Now they're plan-
ning to be married June 3 in the
Algiers .hotel.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Litt, 320
NW 56th ave. Her fiance's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cham,
2603 SW 3rd
Miss Litt is a graduate Of Samuel
J. Tilden High School. Brooklyn.
She is employed here as an interior
decorator.
Mr. Chazen served with the Army.

Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of
the Greater Miami Community
Center, was elected to the
board of directors of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
at the organization's biennial
national convention held in
New York Apr. 5 to 8. JWB is
the government authorized
agency for meeting the religi-
ous, welfare and morale needs
of Jewish personnel in the U.S.
armed forces and Veterans Ad-
ministration hospitals and the
national association of 350
Jewish community centers and
YM-YWHAs.
North Shore Donor
Luncheon Tuesday
North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will hold its sixth annual
donor luncheon at the Algiers ho-
tel "n Tuesday noon. Apr. 17.
Cantor Edward Klein will high-
light the program with the follow-
ing women participating:
The Mesdames Gert Bergad.
Marion Barley, Lillian Gutler. Jean
Dunkleman, Rita Epstein. Mollie
Fabric. Irene Gelfand. Merian Jac-
oby, Bert Klinger. Jerri Kooper-
man. Selma Littman, Eleanor Mar-
shak. Jerri Mechlowitz, Fay Rosen-
thai, Edith Rosenthal, Lee Stein,
lean Sailman and Selma Glass at
the piano.
Mrs. Louis Cohen is chairman
Mrs. Fred Jonas is president.
S. Florida Branch
Meets in Jax
Delegates representing 31 Slater*
hoods from Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, South Carolina and Ten-
nessee, met in Jacksonville this
week for the tenth annual confer-
ence of the Southeast MaVh of
the National Women's League of
the United Synagogue of America.
The program was planned to in-
clude a Torah Institute, the presen-
tation of the annual service award,
I the "Ayshcs Chayil," a leadership
training course, and a cantata pre-
sented by the Jacksonville Jewish
Center choral group. Workshops
were also planned.
Rabbi Harry Epstein, of Ahavath
Achim congregation, was guest
speaker at the Torah luncheon
Monday.
An induction ceremony for new-
ly affiliated sisterhoods and a con-
secration ceremony for new mem-
bers was presented at the luncheon
Tuesday,
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, Miami
Beach, is president of the South-
east Branch. Mrs. Louis Sussman.
national president of the National
; Women's League, was guest speak-
ler at the Monday evening session.
Fifteen delegates from eight sis-
terhoods in this area attended
Installation Due Tuesday
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
American Medical Center at Den-
ver will hold installation of offi-
cer- Tuesday evening. Apr. 17, in
the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers
hotel.
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A fall wedding is being planned
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T. Golden. 1311 SW 64th ave.
Miss Katz has completed two
years of college and is currently
employed by Duval county.
Mr. Golden is completing his
senior year at the University of
Florida, where he Is majoring in
electrical engineering. He is a
member of Pi Lambda Phi. the
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Nautilus Elementary and Junior
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Mrs. I.eon Green, program chair-
man, will present the eighth grade
Speech Department under the si|
peixision of Mi>s Mary E. Millard,
who will conduct a panel discu--
sion entitled. "Teen Age Responsi
bilities in the Home, School and
Community."
Panelists will include Dennis
Buss, serving as moderator, Rich-
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Heller, Adrian Greene, Neil Son-
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^Jmistik^ktiari
J^day.Apni
13,
Flamingo Chapter Elects OfrW
Mr- Carolina Sachs was elected V, *"rj
lent of Flamingo chapter.
i; nth. at a maajing last week
Other officers named include the
Kitty Slutpcr. tir-:
president. Josephine Hammel, sec-
ond vice president; Nancie Freed
man. third vice president.
Tha .\ic.--dames Mildred Hon.
wit/, treasurer; Clair Brown, fi-
n.iiKial secretary: Esther Kaplan,
raeordtas secretary: Mary Horn,
corresponding secretary; (Iii-mc

: EUi Rosen.-'
and J"ne Robing, UA
trusti
A\JGUST BROS
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (center) is shown anniversary,
congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Lei- Zuckerbraun
chuk on the occasion of their 38th wedding
COMMUNITY LEADERS PARTICIPATE
Lelchuks Feted on 38th Anniversary
Mr. and Mr-. O-car Lelchuk were the guests of honor at a luncheon
Mondav tendered in their behalf hy the North Shore Zionist District,
it wu announced hy Rabhi Mayer AbramowiU. district president.
Close to WO friends and fellow Zionists participated in this celebra-
tion held at ih" Biltmore Terrace hotel in celebration oi the Lelchuks'
38th wedding anniversary.
\monij those present were their SOUS, JeiTJ M. Lelchuk. town
manager of Bay Harbor. Sheldon Lelchuk and Herbert Lelchuk, as well
.,- outstanding leaders in the community, Including Dame! II Broad
and Bbcpard Broad, Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands _______
Installation Slates
Brandeis Professor
And Humor Program
r>r Lawrence H. Puchs, pro!
ndeis
University, will be guest speaker
the annual -prm.'. election
bruncheon meeting oi th>
M mi Chapter, national woi
mittee of Brandeis I'nivei
Fridaj morning, Apr 20. at the
: Roc hotel.
Mr- Ben Zion Giasburg, Mho
has beaded the organisation tor
the pa-t three years, will pn
Author of The Political Behav-
! American Jews," IT Pucfas
1- ah ted and active lecturer,
.1 news commentator and is
currently engaged in a stud} of
American Jewish voting behavior.
according to Mr-. Ginabui
Mrs. Sidnej M Sehwarti will be
lied as president by R
Leon Kroni-h of Temp''' B til
Sholom. Other officer- will be
the Me-dames Harold Turk. Ben
Zion ton-burs1,, pa-t presidents;
Joseph Duntov, Kmanuel Gold-
strich, Alexander ttogW, vice pres-
idents; George Levenaon, treaaur-
er; Sam Silver, recording secre-
tary; John Temple. Morn- Burk.
corresponding secretaries; Charles
Rosengarten. Lillian Goodman, fi-
nancial secretaries; Matilda Rat-
April is Convention
Time for Pythians
April brings convention days
again for the Pythian Sisters of J
Florida Officially representing j
Koo-evclt Temple 33 at the Grand1
Temple convention to be held at
Daytona Beach will be past chief
Mrs A lack Brown
She will be joined by past chiefs
Mrs Lewis 1'omerantz. Mrs. Morris
( ot/111 Mrs Abe Ballas. Mrs Leo
KatZ, Mr- Lewis Brook- and Mrs I
Adolph Rachline. all of whom will
serve on the installing staff for|
newly elected State officers.
Alao serving on the Fifth Oi-
trict degree staff are Mrs Charles
Lovitt- Mr- Ralph Grossman. Mrs
Pincua Bach and Mr-. Harry Ras-
kin. *
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Lehrman. chaplains
Mrs Albert Pick will present a
Croup of original, humorous read-
me- and will be introduced by Mrs
Alexander Kogan. program chair-
man.
The women's committee, a na-
tional run. fund raising organisa-
tion, suppoits the library of the
university.
Jn Harmony
1 II art, harmony brines a fee':'
and in--
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.April 13, 1956
MuzU
Wi Meyer Honorary President
';" Myer, outgoing presidtnt ,
01 Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami ii
Beach, wu elected honorary presi- ?|
dent oi ii..> congregation at a meet- X
mg last week.
tl
Ard
Poll, son cf Mro Eleanor
, will celebrate his Bar
'at Temple Emanu-El
kipr. 14. Rabbi living
L will officiate. Barry is
Ehgiade student at Nau-
tnior High and attends
, Emanu-Ll religious
Paul Stephen, ?on of Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolph Nathanson, will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El Saturday.
Apr. 14. Rabbi Irving Lehiman
will ofiicate. Paul is an eighth
grade student at Miami Beach
Junior High and attends Tem-
ple Emanu-El religious school.
Susanne Bender
Bas M-tzvah Here
BusaoiM Joy Bandar will become
Mitzvah during late Friday
" Apr ia '.t Tem-
Rabbi Alfred Waxroan
will officiate.
'''' ttwan i- id.' daughter
rs. Willard n
'' 13 ii tar., \\( -t Miami.
Susanne ia I cvnth g
dent at West Miami Junior High
ol an I has attended Temple
/""' i for the past
seven yi .
Oneg Shabbal will follow the
and i- being given by
s"- ii randparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Miami B
Mrs. Dorothy B< nder, of Phila-
ii r, P i. A buffet will be given
in Susanne'a honor by her parents
an Sunday.
MOUNT KE60 CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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|on of Dr. and Mrs-
iers'.en. 3015 N. Bay rd.,
_lr Mitzvah Saturday.
lot Temple Beth Sholom.
Teon Kronish ofliciatod.
pn followed at home.
Warn. Murray
P*ard, son of ^ Qnd
B well. 6081 N. Bay
If? Mitzvah Saturday,
Tenoie Beth Sholom.
* Kronish officiated.
followed Sunday at
Curant. '
OVERS
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f^MAN & SONS
Lecture Scheduled Sunday
"Cultivate a Sense of Humor"
and "Live in the Present" will be
the topics of a lecture by Dr. Abra-
ham Wolf son Sunday evening at
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th
st. and Ocean ct.. Miami Beach.
Tins will mark the fifth lecture in
a series on "The Art of Living."
Dr. Wolf son is author of "The Road
to Health and Happier Living" and
"Live a 100 Years Happih
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Agudath Israel
I Cariyle vn
Rabbi Isaac Evbr
tervicei S ii morning service* > 8;SO a.m
Sermon To|
\\
Justice ar; / .
Anshe Ernes
Beth David
c
Rabbi Yaakov Rosi n
Wll LIA)
v
Hollywood Beth Sholem
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Rat
Hollywood Temple Sinai
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Beth Emeth



Beth Israel
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Beth Jacob
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Beth Tfilah


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9am
Israelite Center
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131 NT 19th -t Refe*"
RMOII |CI "!l NAB!
Rabi |acob Km i ^s RM* Ewnmi
.. Bobni
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> the
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Temple Zion
BM Al PBBB VaXMAW
, 6:15 p.n
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Jam
Sam Ifirtcfc SefcM fc
One-Won Art SUi',
show
Arts ,)pene(l
maturing
the
paintings and j-ranhT
Tree dr. and W. 471*-
Biiumarten wash
and has been a
Mn"' l925. In addrtJ
illustrator, caricauirii
1st and portraitist,
known for his work;
^oth in f'av and rtontl
Rabbi Solomon F. Kleinman
Tifereth Israel
\* v \*trv*tive
til Abrah iw Hebi
0 p m
. 9 am.
ic
' I

has been appointed associate'!
West Coast director of the Un- v
ion of American Hebrew Con- \
gregations. Rabbi Kleinman. a \
graduate of Hebrew Union Ccl- J |
lege-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion, is spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth El. in Niagara Falls,
N.Y.
CAMIWGHTING TUB
Iyar 2 6:25 p.m.
Cer.
Fri. cm
I
Flaglor-Granada
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Hebrew Academy
- ;
Rahm A
9 a in
"Week.:-. I
Hialeah-Miami Springs
951 E. -Un .:
R\HHI B
J tVTtUBg -' 8 c
Sermon Toj
"A \Vu' Broom iiJ a Clean Sweep"
-
Homestead Center
183 KE HtS -t. HiBBwrtid
Comeri'dove
Morris Gertz officiate?
Friday evening services ... 8 p.m.
Lauderdale Emanu-El
M
Monticello Park

R-
Miami Hebrew School
R' RM
North Dade Center
1
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Cam iMi
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North Shore Center

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Torah Temple
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Colif 'l J!ll t
R *RRI B Ll IN FfUBB IT2
H Bfi i

Sen pie
titm"
Brennci
llrrtvrt
!
C I cntion.

South Dcdc Center Services
Center will
inaugurati '-ning
!".!-
ment
p rcu, and
\ inert <; Baum, rlieBCtor >>f
'ic Union
m ill i..' guest preacher
Hi- Rermon topic i- "FaithA
RabM
rved as chaplain in the
U S Navj for three paan and was
Hi the rank <>( lieutenant
command*
Rabbis Proclaim
Independence Day
Rahbinical Council of Orthodox
Rahhis this week officially pro-
claim Saturdav. Apr. 14. an official
reUfkHU holiday in commemora-
tion of the eighth anniversary of
the Indcpedence of the State >t
Israel.
In compliance with th" decree ofj
the Chief Rabbinate of I-rne! apo-
dal thanksgiving prayers will be
offered in syi here.
"The present crisis in larael
mands tin -.lidarity of all our co-
religtonlsta both in prayer and in!
charity to encourage the people of j
Israel to protect the much desire 1
peace in the Middle Bast," the
proclamation .-aid.
"Special sermons BO rael will I
be offered in Miami and on the
Beach in all orthodox synagogues.
and messages of encouragement
will Ik- sent to the President of the
i nited state-, to uaa hi- good offi-
ces to stabilize the peace in the
MiddU- Beet"
a\JGUST BROS fcV
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R kBBI ll : HUMAN
PhiU* Bri mmir
Tn. cTcaioi RRrncai J and
Sermnn T'>p
How ModVm -,> R,'
oreinc aetvicei ..yam
Sermon Topic
W*n\ly Pornon"
Bar Mit:vah Paul. vn of
Mr and Mr Rudolph Nathan-on
Barry, son t Mr- Eleanor Schwam
Rabbi Susskind is Guest
RabM David DaaBalaTj, spiritaal
ol Concregatioa Lil
Judaism. Orlando Fla will be
bbi Fri g of

[in at 8:13 i i the
quarters,
i rs Hall. 131 -t at and NX
6th ave.
ibi Rusxkind will
We HeiL"
Ncrth Dcdo Elects
Stem President
Arnold Stern h cted
president of North Dade Jewish
OUm r offken elected at a meet-
(I leel week were J M Ja.
president; Chartea w.Mman,
Ireaaurer; and Ralph Gordon, fi-
nancial secretary
rd "f diratUai includes Jer-
i Knuner, 1 J Waxman. A. J.
Broem, Dr Alhert Feldman. Flias
Thaw. Melvm Shrago. Joseph Ros-
cnfeld and Dr. Harold Book.
Student Zionists Show film
Student Zionist Organization will
show a film Sunday evening in
honor of Israels eighth anniver-
sary of independence.
Re-Elei
GRAN
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COUNTY COMMA
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'"Everybody's Dade County |
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Won the Outstanding Good Government Awo^_
National Junior Chamber ol Commerce *
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13, 1956
LEGAL NOTICE
,/ev
Rubin, president of
,Perfumes and eminent
opist oi New York
i elected president of
^ Fund for Israel Insti-
ll annual board of di-
meetinq of the organiza-
jaric R- Mann, commis-
| commerce of Philadel-
1 chcirman of executive
nee committee of Na-
ontainer Corporation,
cted chairman of the
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"i.ix i:i;.\K iiitlkk, i>,
l.i Al < .editors nn.I All Persons II .
In* Clalm or Demand
i. and each of you, are he,, l.i
notified milI r|.ilr. .1 I., ouseat
rd demands which ^ft nr
""i"'1 .nK ,i...
etnte of |;|K; \i; r; TI.EIt
'!.'. ed I* le ..I Mi.i mi, I i I,, i 'oiinl v
I:.. I.. the H.m \V. I |;|. \.\-|', ,\
Count* Judge of I mil. fount \
file the same In hi* office In Hi.
county Courthouse in im.i- County
I--I..I ll;i. within eight tali nds
from the date of the first pnl.li.
if Said Plalrnn oi demands to
contain the legal address of th claim-
ant iiinl to be Worn to and presented
aw aforesaid, or sonic will he I.,,,,. ,\
IMte March 15, AD. 19.'.6.
EUNICE BELLE Bl'TLER
Aa Executrix of tin. Last \\ ||
and Tesrnnient and Codicil of
olin BTXIAB BUTLER.
ItOTHENMEHC. A MI'RKIK
Attorney! for Executrix
:tl> 4/8-P!
* Jewish fk>rMlr>r>
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTI
N'"TI(
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A venue
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Mine with the ClerK of
ult Court ..i i.,,,!. County,
st,vMAV ORBEXSTBIN
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE WbreWoiven ,,,
I .,,,,, 1.1 ,' I''-- I ..'I
.,",' .''"'I "ablea. i,,...,,,is ,
.1.1. .i s. hi name n n. Clerk ,,f
ki.i ,,.,,,.,>,!-AN K,:^''- 8otoOwn
-l. .In.o| |[,,,, |
4/8-IS-2U-I1
Ijoms to be Speaker
art of the Pan American
lebration the Miami Pub-
and the Alianza Inter-
iare co-sponsoring a spe-
im in the library aurli-
; 8 p.m., Apr. 20 Dr. H.
[Williams vice president
ver.-ity ol Miami, will
of the evening.
Opens Headquarters
[Dressier, candidate for
plkitor. Wednesday an-
(the cpeninK ol his cam-
quarter- located at 300
LEGAL NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NAME LAW
RBIiV C1VEN that
of
ii e ii.,
I iMe Intend! '
the clerk
I fnuri of I .. I,. County.
| CANTOR, OWMT
i >
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to -iiK;tir In
hiiclnoos under the fictitious nan
GOLDEN GLADES TV \ Al'l'l.l-
AMI'. SKKVIfK. at KTT. NW 17th
Terrace. North Mlinnl, Florida, In-
lenda to register *ald name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of I mi.
i .. mt\. Hoi Ida
MONROE REESE
KOVNF.lt MANNHBIMER
Attorneys for Monroe Reese
3/23-.10 4/8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NtiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that |
the undei sinned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL AMERICAN TRA1MNC.
CO. (NOT INC.), at 4S10 N W. 7th
Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of liade County,
Florida.
GEORGE I0BR
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorney! f..i General American
Trading Co. (Not Inc.),
3/11-10 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
HERB'S NEWS CENTER, at 117 B E
lat Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend to
rculnter nal.l name with the Clerk of
the Clicult Court of lade County,
Horlda. _
AIIA WOLFWJN, uwnera
I.KONARD KAI.ISH
A ii..i n.-v f..r Applli .nits
litni Dul'ont HI.Ik.
S/23-30 4/8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N"i ICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
li. ii..d.-,siK.,e,i. deelrln! ... MgagVta
winoo lit,. Sal., ,-,, .,, llti fi _,
-vi, i..,,,.., Miami. Intend! i., reglater
Mid name with th. rierfc of th. c r-
'uit ( burl of Dade County, Florida
4/I-1I-M-I7 MAX KKI|:|,S,,N'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
kfl22f?rrt5,,d' ,l,-i'i"K to enKnKe in
sSv^cuMncn :; flctrtlOU! nan,., of
STKIN PROPERTIES, t :n Varagua
A*anuy, I oral OabkM, Florida, Intend
to reglater said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Ha,!,. County
norida
FREDA H BRENNER
I'ACI. STEIN
DAVID STEIN
REBECCA s KLEIN
WILLIAM I RRBN.NER
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the uBderalgnd, dailring to engaga In
hualnaai unde, Ihe fictitious nan
DADB I.Al'NDltoMAT. at WK> s w
mii street. Miami, Florida, lntnd to
reglater aaid name with th- clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dado County.
Florida.
BENJAMIN ISSENBERO
ROSE ISSENBERO, Sole Owner!
IN KAPLAN
Attorney f."- Applicant!
Beybold ituii.iim
16 4/8-13^_______________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND- FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37488 B
hi Re ESTATE l,K, HONIORRERO h k a
DR. LEON HONIOSBERp,
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either of you, may have against tne
eatate of LEO II' NH1SBER1 a
DR IJBO HONIOBBERO, dec,
i,,,. of Dad* County, Florida, to the
Honorable County JudgM of I >aie
County, and file the mine in tnaD
nfflcea In the County Courthouw B]
Bade County, Florida, within el*ht
calendar month! from the date of
|h< first publication hereof Said
claim! or demand! to contain the legal
a.llrcM! of the claimant and to be
awot 'i to and I aa aforei aid
or same will lie barred. Bee Section
733 r* of the 191". Probate Act.
Data March 30. A D. I9r,8
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELE-
VENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 18t07
JEAN S FltASCA, Plaintiff.
Mil IS FltASCA. Defendant.
You. LOCIS FltASCA. 38 ConcorH
Street, Aahland. Maanachtiaett!. are
notified to fih- defensive pleadlnga to
thla Milt with the Courts Clerk, and
serve a enpv on plaintiff* attorney,
MURRAY c.oon.MAN. 410 Lln^oln
Road, Miami Reach. Florida, on or be-
fore Ma) 7. 19',6. or the .....nplalnt will
be taken a! confeaeed.
Dated April I. 1S8.
(Circuit Court Seal) _, ,
K It LEATHBRM VN. Clerk
Bv It H. RICE, Jit Deput}
4/g.ll-2(i-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTTCB IS HEREMY OIVBN that
the un.lerslcned. dealrlna to engage in
htiaine!! under Ihe fictitloU! name of
TRADF.WINPS BAR. at SM3 N
2nd Avenue. Intend to register nalrt
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, r*l"r,,la....
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PATSY ANDY
KBSSLER OARS
Attorney! for Applicant!
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c. JI"^.. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l^no,Er,NJH.^UDIC,AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
FWKTTJS CHANCERYNo. IMtTI
1-1 I LA HAN8BN, PlalnUfr,
PRANK' hansen, Defendaat
TO: PRANK HANSEN
Reildi nee L'pkonu n
N"" '" r, .im. td to nerve i tow of
jour anawer to the Hill f Complaint
'" "''"'. ,.,, u,,. plaintiffs attorney,
nd to file the original anawer n the
"' the Clerk of the circuit
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A.I) 1958; otherwlee, the Bill
or complaint ror Dlvoi
tiled herein, win be taken a- con-
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,.,'.",.1 ;'' Miami, Florida, Mrs the
loth da) or Ma i
E B. L.EATHBRMAK,
ci.rk ,,f the circuit Court,
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B. B uvvn
(< Irculi court Beal) Deputy Cler*
Name and Addreu r
Plaintiff's S..li. I,.
MIl.T, ,\- \ FRIEDMAN
Reybold Rldg Miami, n.i.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the Undenlgned, dealrlng to enga
business under the fictitious name at
SPECTRUM ENTERPRISES, at num-
ber n N \V L'Tth Avenue In the City
Of .Miami, Florida, intend to reflate!
the aald name with the Clerk of the
circuit cunt ,.r ii;,.ie County, Florida.
I'ate.I al Miami, Florida, this -.ni
da) of Mai' h,
EDWARD e. scnn.z
LESLIE B KOVAL
Equal P.,liners
1/80 4/fi-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
busine-s under the fi.titimi- nan
JEWEL HOMES; ITS A JEWEL, at
8691 suv L'uiii Street, Miami, Florida,
i,iien,is to reglatei -i.i.i namee with
the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of I
County, Florida.
JEWEL BUILDERS C< iRP.i
a Hi. i i :..,:, i mi
il m:i:v J HAN
aii..1 i,e\ r.u Apllcant
Weal PI igler Btreet,
Mian,,. Florida
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HISIlop AMUSEMENT COMPANY,
at til N.W. Ith Btreet, Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register sniil name with
the Clerk of the Ciu-uit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ROSE DBSBDERIO, Ownei
MORTON M. BEIOEL
Attorney for Applicant
04 Blecayne Lldg.
3/3(1 4/4-11-20
NOTICE UNDER'FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the ii ed. desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious nan,,, nf
GATOR GREETINGS, at 1613 Alton
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dade
Count v, Florida.
Dated nt Miami Beach, norida, this
Uth da) Of March, 1956.
BOB BTONE
A. BCIHi CUTLER,
Attorney for Applicant
101 Alnsley Bldg., .Miami, Florida
I :-.to 4/6-13
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HBR1 BY GIVEN
i deslrina t< i engage In
huslin i the li'liti.ins num.- i,f
STvI.am:/.I: FURNITURE INDUS-
TRIES, al 2840 S.W, Mth Lane M
ml, Florida, intend! to reglater said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Couri of i lade 'ounry, Florida
STYLANBBB. INC ., Florida
Corporation, Sole owner.
PALLOT, SILVER and MULLOY
Attoi n.> s for Applicant
7'H Congress Building
l l-ll-ZO-17
NOTICE UMDtR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORMANDY ISLE clinic. ,,t itOR
Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intends to regieter s:,i.i name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol I ;,!.-
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BERNARD STERN, M D.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERICBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitloU! name of
NORMAN I )Y MEI'ICAL ItllLIHNO.
at ii"s Normandy Drive, Miami B,
Florida, Intends to regtstei aald i
with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
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GLOBAL SHORTS
FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTA) Tunisia's first National Assembly will** two
Jewish members, it M announced here following teal tag of the
ballots cast in Tunisia's election The two Jews Albert BSM.ami
Andre Barotich. were both elected on the Nat.onal Front ticket, which
earned Tunisia in a landslide victory, captur.nc every sea in he leai -
latur* Principal partv in the National Front is the NM-DatMT tionalisti group, which is led by Habib Boureuiha^
ISTANBUL (JTA~V-Tsrael Turkish trade received a new boost when
the Turkish Government panted licenses for the importation of *
worth SjOOMO Iron tari The products to bt bought toclude I-
cement plastics, glass, electrical appliances, cars, automotive spare
Pa ehemuais and druas Since the >^"VV^ ioT^r,
bTMl'l favor. Israel, merchants most buy more Turkish ^oodsi.tr I.
between the two countries is to continue The bask p^. *" (
[s [hai prici ol Turkish goods which Israel needs are higher than world
TUNIS (JTA^-Rabbi liraal lehav vat officially installed as chief
Rabbi soU remonj hare In the Keter Toi "
SJSe Present at the ceremonv was A/./ Sakk.. I *"
who praised the loyalty of Tunisian .lew- mtry and t.. the Be
, JunT The governor also promised equality of treatment for Ttmi-
. RepVng. Rabbi Ichay andI feaac .lava, jnaM';Tgj
nunitj thanked the *vtwrand the Tunis an
Government for its attitude toward the Jew, and pledged ^eonUnued
,.lv;iItv the Jewish population Rabbi Ichay is i wel k""Jh X
and succeeds Chief Rabbi David Bakobra. who died four months ago.
NEWS IN MOPE'S CAPITALS
GENEVA ITA1 Egyptian and Saudi Arabian commercial and
diplomatic circles here are circularizing Swiss business firms in a move
to extend throughout Europe the Arab boycott of firms dealing with,
Israel and those in which Jews have propriety interests, it was re-
ported here. The Arabs have been sending Swiss concerns question-
naires seeking to determine the extent of their trade with Israel and
the extent oi Jewish interest in them, with a view to denying firms
which sell to Israel any Arab trade
BERLIN IT\ The Fast German Communists, who for the past
ral years have shied iwav from public mention of Jewish suffering.
HOW exploiting it to the hilt in a bitter ant. Bonn propaganda cam-
n predicated on the case of Dr Otto Braeut.gam. recently suspended
is head of the Fast European desk in the Bonn Foreign Office because
, i h,s wartime Involvement in the Nazi liquidation of Jews Latest point
of this propaganda campaien. wh.ch in effect benefits Braeutigam and
,s embarrassing to the West German foes of Nazism, was a protest
meeting "against the Bonn Jew-kilkra and pogrom heroes held in an
ist Berlin theater and attended by more than 1.000 people.
AMSTERDAM \VNS>~-Lenient sentence* were meted out bv the
High Court here this week on a number of persons involved in the ah-
tion of 14-year-old Jewish war orphan Anneke Beekman. who is still
among the miss.ne The three who were given jail sentences ranging
from two to six months are Mrs G M Ungcndyk van Voorst the girl s
former foster mother her sister, Elizabeth van Moor*, and the former
u.lic priest Amon, of The Hague All three are believed to have
the country'.
FRANKFURT (WNSVResults of a survey of 5.000 West German
workers indicate that about 70 percent are discontented with their
-ent position in society and feel thev were more highly valued under
under the Nazi regime, it was repotted this week At the same time it
was learned that Kiel largest Baltic port in West Germany, has restored
the Freedom ol the Nad Grand Admiral Brie* Raeder. from
wnom ,. withdrawn after the International Militan
Tribunal in Nuremberg sentenced him to life imprisonment lor Nazi
war crin -
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
MEXICO city JTA \ Mexican branch of the world lb
Uon. Brit Ivnt Olamit ha- been founded here with the parti
n <.f various / well as local Hebraists The group
- founded by the Federation'i representative, Dr. Alexander K
irrived in Mexico from lr
e.aWic#?#fVx^ate>#7
dulating Plains of Lachish and the northern Negev open up possibility
for agricultural and industrial development of these thinly populated
for agricu
JERUSALEM (WNS> Premier David Ben C.urion and Edward B
I ,wson American Ambassador to Israel, this week paid tribute to Rabbi
Ahhi Hillel Silver of Cleveland, veteran American Zionist leader, at
the dedication of the "War Silver Agricultural School." named for him.
new YORK (JTA Abraham Shapiro. Btf-yeer-old veteran of
tion in Israel, arrived here I end aboard the
/.ion tor his tir-t I to the United his i:r-t
tnp abroad lince he was brought to Palestine bj his parents m irbo.
Shapiro, who i one ol 1 kw statesmen, is an heroic figure
the legei M lestine At one time head of the security organize-
home town of Patach Tik\ah Mr Shapiro served for many
rs as arbitrator between Jews in various settlements and the Arab
tribes.
VANCOUVER WNSi Flimination from traffic ticket- of ques-
tions bearing on race will be recommended by the Attorney General
of British Columbia, it was simultaneously announced by spokesmen
of B'nai Brith and the Canadian Jewish ("nm- The two Jewish or-
ganizations had long sought action of removing racial questions from
traffic ticket
CINCINNATI JTAThe three-day convocation marking the 81st
Founder- Day of Hebrew 1'nion College-Jewish Institute of Religion
closed here after observances that included the granting of honorary-
degrees to outstanding American Jews in the secular and religious
fields and meetings of Reform religious leaders from all parts of the
country. Addressing a banquet here. Simon Sobeloff. Solicitor General
of the "United States, declared that "hundreds and thou-ands of people
are turning to religion, driven by a desperate need to find a meaningful
philosophy of life."
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
- -
TEL AVIV 'WNSiA 42 mile rail line linking the city of Beer-b.
ba. hub of the Negev. with Israels rail -v-urn was iormalh dedicated at
Beersheba this week with the arrival of the first passenger train A
rain-drenched gathering at the celebration heard Premier David Ben
Gurion declare he hoped their children would see the tracks extended
jouth to the Red Sea port of Elath. The new hue. traversing the un-
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