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

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

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

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ne 30Number 42
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLV
Miami. Florida. Friday, October 19. 1956
Price 20e
L MAJOR ADDRESS FOUOWING RETURN TO U.S.
I. Goldmann Urges Full Rights for Soviet Jews;
Sites Sacrifice of Equality for Co-Existence Principle
InKW YORK (JTA) Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the World Zionist Organization, asserted that
, of our primary objectives" is to bring about an altered attitude by the Soviet Union towards the
i million Jews residing in that country who. he said, had not been accorded the same facilities to
jie their own national and cultural existence as all other minorities."
[The newly elected world Zionist president spoke at a rally of Zionist leaders, held under the sponsor-
i uf the American Zionist Council, representing all national Zionist organizations in this country. This
----------- *was his first public address follow
tellers' Group Bars
Jordan from Tour Plans
| WASHINGTON (JTA) The National Education Assn's Travel
nee division ha- dropped Jordan from the list of countries visited on
It-sponsored tours because of Jordan's anti Jewish discrimination
oval was meanwhile given for 1957 tours to Syria and Lebanon in
of assurances of non-dis
Lunation against NEA members.
tag his return to the United States
since his election to his new post
by the World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem last spring. Rabbi Irving
Miller, chairman of the American
Zionist Council, presided. Mrs. Rose
Halprin. a member of the Jewish
Agency who serves as acting chair-
man of the Agency during Dr.
Goldmann's absence, extended
Continued on Pag* 2 A
It's board ol directors, how-
rejected a proposed resolu-
i demanding that the NEA not
^sor tours to nations which by
visa regulations discriminate
Dst NEA members for reason
tlipon or race. The resolution
|originally been brought up De-
lta! NEA convention held in
Ore., last summer. At
.the proposal was tabled
I referred to their board of di-
tven before this, the tour issue
icted attention when it was
ta that NEA numbers desiring
' on a 1956 Middle East tour
Mi included certain Arab states
i required to furnish a clergy-
h*s certification that the mem-
f was not Jewish The American
fish Congress and the NCRAC
tested. The American Jewish
Ml pursued the matter with
I NEA.
he NEA tour director later re-
lied that ho was given oral as-
fcW by Syn,, and Lebanon
(Jewish members of NEA tours
Vi not be refused visas. Rut
fun refused to give such assur-
he entire matter was probed
| NEA stafi committee. San-
Continutd on Pag* 6 A
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE IN VOW
Air Force Manual Will Drop
Language Offensive to Jews
Iraqi Forces Poised
On Jordan's Border;
May Seek British Aid
AMMAN (JTA) Foreign Minister Golda Meir announced Monday
that Israels envoys to Washington. London. Paris and Moscow had been
urgently summoned home for consultations which were expected to get
under way Wednesday dealing with*------------------------------------------------.
the question of the threatened en-
trance.of Iraqi troops into Jordan.
Hardly had the announcement
been made public, when from Am-
man. Jordan capital city, came word
that Jordan decided against bring-
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of Delense Charles E. Wilson
h.-.s promised to eliminate lan-
guage from the Air Force Manual
which "discriminate against indiv-
iduals of Jewish faith," Sen.
James H. Duff of Pennsylvania,
announced here.
Sen. Duff released a letter from
Robert T. Ross, Assistant Secre-
tary of Defense, replying to the
Senator's request that the fol-
lowing language be deleted: "In-
dividuals of Jewish faith or de-
scent are strictly barred entrance
to and transit of Saudi Arabia."
Mr. Ross said that it was a De-
fense Department policy not to
discriminate against any group
and the "non-aassignment of in-
dividuals of Jewish faith within
Saudi Arabia should in no way be
construed as ax discriminatory
measure."
However, Mr. Ross said, al-
though Sec. Wilson had directed
the deletion of the language from
the manual, military departments
in making personnel assignments
"must avoid those which might
be likely to make an in-
dividual subject to embarrass-
ment or to place him in jeopar-
dy."
Strong criticism of the Defense
department's action was voiced
by Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, who
termed the announcement as
"meaningless." "Actually." Sen.
Lehman said, "the Defense De-
partment's action is meaningless
since the department itself points
out that American GI's of Jewish
faith or descent will continue to
be barred from the U.S. air base
in S;;udi Arabia. The department
thus continues to tolerate, to ac-
quiesce in the unjustifiable dis-
crimination by a foreign govern-
ment against American military
personnel on the basis of their
religious faith."
golda mm
. quick response
RESERVES RIGHT TO ACTION
ing in Iraqi troops to help strength-
en King Husseins government.
Such Iraqi aid had been opposed by
both Egypt and Israel.
Word came in a terse statement
following a meeting between Hus-
sein and Iraqi Crown Prince Emir
Abdulillah that the troops would
not enter Jordan "at this time." A
government spokesman however
warned that "Iraqi forces would re-
main on Jordan's borders ready to
give instant aid if Jordan is at-
tacked by Israel."
Meanwhile, a vow came Wednes-
day from the Jordanian army chief
of staff that he would call on Brit-
ish RAF jet fighters "if necessary"
to help repel "any future Israeli at-
tacks." Simultaneously, a foreign
ministry spokesman in Amman
charged Israel with massing troops
on Jordan's frontiers. The charge
has been vigorously denied by Is-
rael.
A government official in Jerusa-
lem declared the charge to be a
cover up for present arms deliver
ies to Jordan from other Arab coun-
tries.
it. Dulles Condemns Egypt Blockade
Of Israel Shipping Through Suez Canal
Ben-Gurton Credited With
Hussein Decision on Troops
JERUSALEM (JTA) Credit for the failure of Iraqi troops to enter
Jordan was Wednesday being given to Israel Prime Minister David
Ben (iurion.
In an address before the Knesset here, some hours prior to the
Jordan decision. Ben-Gurion warned that entry of Iraqi troops would
violate the 1949 Palestine Armis-
tice and could mean war.
"We reserve the right to free-
dom of action." the Prime Minister
told the Israel Parliament, if King
Hussein of Jordan permitted the
j entry.
Observers here feel that Ben-
- Israel's stake in freedom of passage through the Suez Canal remained more Gurions policy statement forced
W""fnih7,r,'n "KUS here aS ,he Security Counc" stood ,or ,hc Ume ^'P8 adjourned but stl" forma"y more careful Arab consideration of
On th arising from Egypt's expropriation of the international waterway.
rtant rtCri1 lHJ,ore ,he Counci|. * i aocuments emphasizing Israel's grievance against Egypt's Suez blockade. There were
i formal
fTED \ATIO\s (JTA
Story ttehind
The Xeirs
statement by United States Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, who officially voiced
2 > concern over Egypt's continuance of the blockade;
* k memorandum from Israel's delegation chairman. Abba S Eban. who spelled-out Israel's legal
*case against the Egyptian block-* -
the move. Also considered significant was Egypt's opposition to Iraqi
troops in Jordan which, it was reported here, is construed by Col. Nasser
as a British-inspired effort to force Jordan into joining the Baghdad
Pact.
Sinai's Jubilee
Ties on to CM
*|i !N lv "Off in '937.
** ioT'i 'i0^""' ,uh,,*
I M ',' ,b> "* Great
n ''"''"aiion. it
v. as
ade, pointing up the fact that this
blockade affects all the maritime
nations in the world. "It is surely."
Mr. Ehan reminded the maritime
powers, "their legal* and moral
duty" to etercise their rights ni
freedom of passage through the
Canal "and to toy upon Egypt the
responsibility for any conjequenccs
which would ari*e."
Mr. Dulles' mentitn of the Israel
case against Egypt was part of his
*ed u j -%*!
hospital r?,SdaJy hy Max Oro- introduction ofV proposal that Mr
iC^T nt,,nd How-"
rT lUl"m "f Nation.
-achi8 (iee,s,on to sus-
"2_mW[h- '" int consul-
Eban be permitted to introduce
info the formal record a written
statement of Israel's case. Earlier.
Israel had requested to be heard on
the issue. Seven Arab states in
Continual an Papa A
CfMJTGf D'AFFAIRES TIPS NEWS TO fOKIGH WHISTl*
British Rapped for Role in Arab Outburst
JERUSALEM (JTA) It was
the British Embassy here last
Friday that tipped the news of
imminent entry of units of the
Iraqi Army into Jordan "for an
indefinite period."
When informed on the matter
by Peter Westlake, British charge
d' affaires. Israel Foreign Min-
ivter Golda Meir immediately
warned him that the Iraqi move
represents a direct threat to Is-
rael's territorial integrity, and
the Israel Government is deter-
mined to meet the test in fulfill-
ment of its obligations to its peo-
ple."
Mrs. Mfir received Westlake
Sunday, the second time within
a 48-hour period, who informed
her of the number of Iraqi troops
it waR planned to dispatch into
Jordan and sought to convince
her that the move "would be a
limited operation giving Israel no
grounds for apprehension."
Meanwhile, the Israel Cabinet
reacted sharply to British pres-
sure on this issue. An official
communique stated that the Gov-
ernment had received "with con-
cern and amazement" the British
Foreign Office threat to imple-
ment the British-Jordanian treaty
in the event that Israel resisted
Continued on Pag* 3 A
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.',
Page 2 A
IPHlxti ntridiar
Goldmann Urges No Sacrifice of Full Rights for Soviet Jews
Frid
Continued from Page 1 A
United, "while all other minoriti
I in Soviet Russia are provided with the Jewisli
tree mg.s. facilities t pursue their own na world.
Declaring tnet the fate of the Il(llli,i md culturul existence, with- "No people.1 he sa.d. "i< more
Jews ofEasternEurope, especially Ih(, framework of Communist deeply interested m eo-existenco
in the soviet Union, constitutes a doctrine of course, the Jewish com- and In dimini-hinu international
major problem of great copse- muiiity hni not bean accorded aim- tensions than the Jewish people, al-
?uenC-?JLr<[0Jdman.n sa'd: "More ilar accommodations Soviet lead- ways the first to he martyred when
than 3.000.000 Jews live there, and rr h;lvt, ,.onten(|e,| ,|)at (he Jew- nations fall out and when society is
for decades the} have beent isolated kh minority in the Soviet Union i< thrown into chaos. However, the
rom the mam stream ot Jewish treated diffcrcntlv because M is not Jewish people, with its keen inter
life and denied the facilities of In u.rntoria,i, concentrated. We can- est in true eo-eiiaUnce, shall never
ing and performing within the tra- I1()t ac(.ppt tlm ;i> justification for cease to demand for itself equity
thiion of Jewish continuity. This is ih(. ,,,..,, of thc Jews. riaht ,im| |US(ice ,hc c|(,mpn(;ir). rJ8ht
not an i-SenutiM-i in the usual |th(.ir 0WB sch(HlN. newspaper and for Soviet Jewrv to absolute equal-
sense. Jews individually are now books ,,,. ,, |lt ,ho |ullCf)( llv Wlth a|| other minorities in the
treated on the basis of equality. lpobJ pnportunities lor reliffous
"However." Dr. Goldmann con-1 education and religious worship.
ditional arms as the result of a con-
centrated effort by Western Powers
.who realised how truly precarious
hoir right to maintain contact with h<'r P<>Mtion ha, become He fur-
eomiminit.es of the.'" said that the United State*,
supplying only little of these arms'
concurred in the effort, however."
TENSE NERVOUS
Medical School Will
Honor Industrialist
Samuel Kipnis, 120 Palm [aland,
Miami Beach, noted industrialist,
philanthropist and community lead-
er, will be honored on the occasion
of his 70th birthday at a dinner
Thursday. Oct. 25. at the Ambas-
sador hotel. New York City, in be-
half of the Albert Einstein col
medicine of Yeshiva University.
The dinner i sponsored by Kip-
(riend> and associates i>l the
Paper, Kraft Hoard and Corrugated
\ Industry. Kipnia i- founder and
retiring president "i the National
tainer i orp one ol tin largest
"i its kind in the world.
(immunity li pn -i lent of
Nee York, New Haven and
rtford EUilroad, will be guest
speaki r \';-< rt is a member ol the
board ssociate chain
its national development fund The
the core I i
S100.000.oo medical enter now be
ing erected in New York City
ANACIH
.. bring Shout sWlMfetsTiMttWH-'''-%nt alM ea/.r. Vont up.e
the Soviet Inion on this point lie atomaea ana tuu na sad affaeta
comes one of our nrimarv obiec- : Aiicin la Ilk* doctor'.
call for
STRONGER Yet SAFER
^October 19
MMAG*
FSlt
Uu
INje,
SlNcr
Member A'
C*-U m
comes one of our primary objec-
ts f. The happiness, the self-real-
i/ation of 3.000.000 Russian Jews
depend on the results of our pre-
occupation with their status "
Speaking on current devclop-
I meats affecting the Middle Fast
Dr. Goldmann voiced the view that
Israel's security situation has im-
proved greatly. "During the past
-i\ months Israel has obtained ad-
JWB Nat'l Confab
Scheduled Oct. 25
Priorities, policies and budgets
that will determine the scope and
direction of the National Jewish
Welfare Board's li>57 worldwide
sen ices to 120.000 Jews in the IS.
Forces and in V.\ hospitals
and to 352 Jewish Community On
ters with a membership of 563.000
men. women and children will he ;
| adopted during a series of national
conferences to be held in New
York Oct 25 to 28.
More than 250 community lead-j
I>r Joseph /uckerbram. rabbi, en in all phases of JWB activities
scholar and author, has joined the will attend the four day session* at
SAMUIL KIPNIS
Dr. Zuckerbram
Joins Faculty Here
k,, ., i,, Hi, l ,T I ........." J"""" 'in- win aiienn ine lour-dav sessions at
Kipnis, who will be honored tor faculty of the College of Jewish the Barb.zon Plaza hotel accord
mus .npromotinuour,^ S,u,l,,s f ,hl! Bureau of Jewish to Charles Aaron Cheao.
2w?i XEH LdUCa,'"n JWB president. JWB is the national
til -:,, r; Pr S0^*?? *" on1 association of Jewish Community
here from Ru> a sborj f er the tfTJ *" if 'he ThUrsday ^s.ons (enters and the government-author-
turn of the century a- ,,!,! f,'he,co,eRe ,zed a*e> m~'"8 the religi-
vouth. Dr Zuckerbram has his Doctorate ious and welfa needs of Jewish
degree from New York L'ni-' m,l',arv Personnel and hospitalized
vanity, was supervisor of Jewish j ve,erans'
School* of YVinnepesj. principal of | Leaders attending from the
schools in New York, instructor at: Greater Miami area will be Mr.
the Baltimore Hebrew College and and Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Mr. and
was rabbi in Pittsdown. Pa., and Mrs Bernard Wexler. Mr and Mrs.
mont. W Va Milton Sirkin. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Boy Scout Troop
Charter Offered
Boy Scout troop 402 of Beth | ^ nJ ^ vV
Krael Congregation was pre- j
sented with its charter Sunday
Kuard from each of the other
troops in the Miami Beach com-
munity.
Taking part in the presentation
the charter were John
He is the author of two Hebrew
evening in the synagogue building j S1"," ,and .has contributed ar-
at 711 40 it The scout troop *! "c,es to Jew"-h Periodicals,
sponsored by the Men's club of Tne Col|W of Jewish Studies
the congregation. opens Wednesday. Oct. 24. offering
Sol Malter. president of the Beth l^Z7 J^Srl" ,{\ SUnda>'
Israel Men's club, stated that thngSJgJ^*^. ,eachers and!
troop was honored by a color *dV*nCe,d S'Uden,s'
The faculty, which has not yet,
been completed, includes, in addi-
tion to Dr. Zuckerbram. Dr. Joseph
Hurwitz. Herbert Berger. Mrs Jack
stay. Gregary Rosenkranz.'
. Joshua Stadlan and Louis Schwartz-'
!v fieid8tr!rU"V< '"""", "'"' '- -'tor of the Bu-
woitson. district commissioner; I reau
and Howard Sclurhn. head of |_________________
.tiond ejrtemdon. \lssues Are Discuss*
Aatnan B. Klonsky was in- -------
stalled as Scout Master Malt. "What are the Real Issues m the \
Irving Schwartz and Rabbi H. Current Campaign?" was the tot
Louis Rottman were installed as ol discussion hv Rep. John B On
the troop committee. iP n___ ,
... L Jr Denv.crat from the Fourth Di-
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Habib. Henry M,|sen. Uon Kirtel ?" U"'^ a Tal-
Daniel Aranott, Marshall Brown' ilanassee- and Arthur A. Atkinson.
Tony Pearl. Qarvej Malter .lav ^Pwbllean party nominee, last
irmell Jay MaJtOVsky. Gerald ** were Temple Kmanu-
Seitlin. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ep-
stein and Ephraim Gale, executive
director of the Greater Miami Jew-
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tober 19. 1956_
+JelsHhrkfian
Sinai Jubilee Ousted as Federation Aid to Hospital Advanced
Page 3 A

[p. Gershovitz, execu-
e president of the Na-
Jewish Welfare Board.
to Memphis. Tenn.. to
Ufa delegates attend-
i 11th annual confer-
I the Southern Section-
bv. 3 and 4.
Continued from Pag 1 A
tation between trustees of the two
agencies.
Orovitz and Kane hailed the an-
nouncement as "a great forward
step in the unification of commun-
ity fund raising and cooperation in
the family of Federation agencies
toward improved planning for the
health and welfare needs of the
Greater Miami area."
"Officers and trustees of the hos-
pital are to be commended for this
hold and practical move to elimin-
ate another major fund drive in the
Greater Miami area," said Kane.
"The wisdom of this action reflects
the general thinking in larger cit-
ies where united fund drives are
the rule."
A practical aspect of the import-
ant decision was also pointed up by
Orovitz and Kane as a result of
permanent suspension of the Jub-
ilee. Volunteers heretofore involv-
ed in the Jubilee program will now
be released to serve unhampered
niinity Chest Proposes Brief
Scheduled for Opening Jan. 7
County Community Chest
]a>t week decided to
|straight successful cam-
i the proverbial line in an
|ort to give Greater Miami
'Bed Feather drive this
t's citizen board of di-
ode up of 78 community
Iroted to hold a two-week
(beginning Jan. 7. 1957 in
[four-month drive which
|beld for the past six years.
reorganization of the
11990, the campaign has
two sections with busi-
eaployee gifts being so-
(Nivemrjer and neighbor-
htation being carried out
r and early February. The
aign would present the
hard-hitting, all-out
two weeks in January'
I be designed as a win,
aw affair guaranteeing.
campaign would end
ific date.
Jung, 1957 general cam-
nan, who presented the
| adoption by the Chest
1 that "our most success-
unity Chest cities in
[operate their annual cam-
a 10-day to two-week
pig his belief that the
J 'he community would
[this shorter effort. Comer
M Chest president, re-
Mnesday that "our press,
mm, television stations.
iMvertising associations
Mass media which have
P us for the past six
Wnsk of alienating their
*e feel will welcome the
P| to put on a drive for
["Wnintmns in one cam-
f *in wrpass any effort
"V m America."
Jit to be generated by the
* wrkers ,hc cam-
* their entire effort over
* Period appeared to be
lrac,,ve - "campaign plan. John E
Shuey, 1957 vice chairman of the
drive, said many business leaders
have expressed their willingness to
give as many as ten executives and
workers for Chest service over a
two-week period in place of one
over a four-month period.
The same spirit that touches the
workers and house-to-house con-
tributors is expected to reach the
Cheat's big contributors. Sam H.
McCormick, Division "A" chairman,
charged with raising about half the
drive goal through large gifts, ex-
plained this week that the opening
of the drive will be the 1957 testi-
monial dinner sponsored for the
past six years by Leonard L. Abess
and Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Harry Hon<1 RaaMtl. It Hiram Hlalc-
ajr, J. H. Brock. Jamu R. Bruml.v.
Iladford R. Crane. Ridwid V. !ali.
Oacar B. Dunly, rr. U W. Howlrn,
Joaa F*rr, Robert FIte. Michael J.
Pranru. Sam FVIcdiand, William Gro-
iran. Roy Hawk ton, Cecil Holland. Fred
W. Hooper, Byron Junea, Jaiuea 1.
Keller. Jr.
Jamee I.. Knight. Cheax lAjrnmar-
lno. Wm. C. I Baron de lllrach Meyer, T. V. Moorr,
III. Robert M. Morran. Max Orovlti.
I! Warner IIimi. Frank Roi-he. Farke
Hunk, Paul R. Scott, harlea SIi.w
make. William Sinner, Nile* Trammell,
John B. Turner, F. Lowry Wall. Mit-
chell Wolfaon.
Arab Campaign
Topic of Meeting
'The Arab Campaign Against
American Jews" will be the special
program topic in a panel discussion
scheduled for the next regular
meeting of the new men's Dade
general chapter of the American
Jewish Congress on Wednesday eve-
ning, Oct. 24, at the Lucerne hotel.
Featured speakers will be Miami
Beach Councilman Harold Shapiro
and Seymour B. Liebman. attorney
and president of the Southeast re-
gion. Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica. The program will be chaired by
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
The Oct. 24 program is part of
the expanded activities by the
American Jewish Congress organi-
zation in the Miami area.
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in the annual Combined Jewish Ap-
peal of which Mt. Sinai Hospital is
a major local beneficiary.
Commenting on the new develop-
ment, John N. Serbin. CJA chair-
man for 1957. said Wednesday that
"this additional manpower is pre-
cisely what is needed for CJA to
maintain its record achievement
and to raise even more funds for
JNF Council Dinner
Slates Nahum Astar
Nahum Astar, Israeli Consul
General in Atlanta, Ga., will be
principal speaker at the second an-
nual Jewish National Fund Council
dinner, according to an announce-
ment Wednesday by Daniel M.
Broad, president.
The dinner will be held at Wald-
man's Crown hotel on Sunday eve-
ning, Dec. 9.
The Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami includes lead-
ers here who raise funds primar-
ily for settlement and agricultural
purposes in Israel.
Astar is a former member of Kib-
butz Moaz, a cooperative farm set-
tlement in Israel. He is well ac-
quainted with Israel's political and
agricultural problems and is ex-
pected to bring the latest figures
regarding the growth of agriculture
in that countrv.
health and welfare Institutions in
the coming year." Serbin further
declared that "the decks are now
cleared for CJA's streamlined drive
in 1957."
Federation's budget committee
recommended approval of an allo-
cation to Mt. Sinai Hospital this
year in the amount of $160,000 with
the understanding that the Jubilee
not be conducted. Under the pro-
visions of the new formula, it is
Federation's present expectation to
allocate up to $180,000 in 1957 and
up to $200,000 in 1958. Under the
new plan, Federation's maximum
allocation after 1957 will be $200 -
000.
It was .further agreed that the
Mt. Sinai Hospital budget and finan-
cial statements be subject to review
and approval by Federation's bud-
get committee, similar to the prac-
tice prevailing with other local
beneficiary agencies.
The budget committee also rec-
ommended that in order to cover
the gap between all operating in-
come, including Federation's allo-
cation and the' hospital deficit, any
fund raising plans by the hospital
were to be considered only after
joint consultation between Mt. Si-
nai Hospital and Federation.
Federation officials pointed out
that the additional allocation to
Mt. Sinai Hospital would in no way
decrease Federation's responsibility
to other local or overseas agencies.
CJA raised in excess of $1,525,000
in 1956 to support 55 agencies. It
is expected that an even greater
amount will be sought in 1957 to
keep pace with the needs in Israel
and the expanded programs of serv-
ice on the local and national front.
BRITISH RAPPED FOR ROLE IN NEW ARAB OUTBURST
Continued from Page 1 A
the entry of Iraqi troops into Is-
rael which would mean war on
Israel.
The Cabinet heard reports from
Premier Ben-Gurion and Mrs.
Meir and voted approval of Mrs.
Meir's statement rejecting settle-
ment proposals advanced by Nu-
ries-Said Pasha of Iraq on the
basis of the 1947 partition plan.
The Cabinet also dealt with the
questions of freedom of passage
of the Siipt Canal and Red Sea
and measures to safeguard the
populace against border attacks
Previously, Mrs. Meir had met
with the American and French
ambassadors here and is under-
stood to have warned them of the
grave consequences which might
result from the entry of Iraqi
troops into Jordan, pointing out
it would jeopardize the armistice
agreement itself. She was under-
stood to have stressed Israel's
determined opposition to the
presence of Iraqi troops on Jordan
soil.
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trip striking and disturbing it u ,,r,i, h*v* Ci--
the Republicans as a s.ick'groP''tSt***S
bill unerring y ever since whistle" m ??ners
of funds available to them as LI ck ,n **2
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a greater degree mu^t&TJE* ,h
Divide and Rule Still Policy for a Britain Hanging on Ropes ta-JffSSSS^5
pCdT^hTurnFiTh^^^
at the Renuhliran ------.;._ p a?rance of won*...
The British Government last week an-
nounced its intention of militarily assisting Jor-
dan in the event of a Jordan-Israel conflict.
No one should be surprised at this turn of
events, for it represents fundamental British
policy in the Near East.
Surprise, if at all evident, should come
from those quarters that recall London's recent
pro-Israel sentiments in the wake of the Suez
Canal seizure. Shocked by Egypt's precocious
A Medal for Mr. Friedland
Samuel Friedland, noted local and national
community leader, recently received the Jewish
Theoloaical Seminary of America's first Louis
Marshall Memorial Medal for his outstandinq
contribution to the rabbinic seminary, as well
cs to Jewry at large.
This is another in a long line of honors
occorded Friedland for his participation in the
affairs of the Jewish community.
As in the past, we are certain Friedland
Will continue his leadership in programs vital
lo the progress of Jewry's manifold cultural,
spiritual and philanthropic endeavors. His has
been an unselfish devotion that may well be
emulated by many others.
A Successful Miami Visif
Jerusalem Mdyor Gershon Agron's visit to
this city last week meant many thinqs to manv
people. '
To begin with, the Greater Miami area was
honored by the presence of a foreign dignitary
here a distinguished Israeli leader and pub-
l.sher of the world-renowned Jerusalem Post.
Secondly. Mayor Agron's address at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom before an Israel Bond rally
gave additional insight to local Jewry's store-
house of information on the current Middle East
crisis.
The Miami community, anxious over Israel's
future in light of the Suez Canal controversy and
the increasing military action on her borders
was inspired by the mayor's calm self-assur-
ance and by his message that the people of
Israel are determined to survive come what
may.
Most important, however, was the spon-
taneous response to Mayor Agron's talk with
the immediate purchase of upward of S120 000
in Israel Bonds. This demonstration at Temple
Beth Sholom of American Jewry's participation
in the industrial development of Israel repre-
sents a record for any congregation in the
oouth.
Mayor Agron's visit here, in addition to
being an honor, proved extremely valuable.
challenge of Western influence in the area, the
British did what they rarely do: They gave vent
to their immediate feelings without regard to
theis political implications.
Principally vocal were the Laborites, head-
ed by fiery Hugh Gaitskell. who took the oppor-
tunity not so much to speak for his party's ex-
pedient pro-Israel attitude, but logically to at-
tack Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden's man-
agement of British relations abroad.
What Gaitskell mainly attacked was the
majority Conservative party's submission to
U. S. pressure for the removal of British troops
from the Suez Canal zone which, incidentally.
President Eisenhower listed as a significant ac-
complishment of his administration in his an-
nual address before Congress last Jan. 5.
What Gaitskell and the Laborites also at-
tacked was the reduction of British importance
in reaching Western decisions on Near East
policy and Sir Anthony's apparent failure to do
anything about it.
Under fire. London showed a novel spirit
of independence shook off U. S. Slate Depart-
ment influence, which is concerned principally
with wooing Arab friendship, by making pro-
Israel pronouncements against the Govern-
ment's best interests and by threatening Egypt
with war over the Suez Canal.
But the heat created by Col. Nasser's bold
move is rapidly dying in Britain. Threats of war.
immediately opposed in mass demonstration by
thousands of Londoners, are now considerably
dampened. It is today unlikely that there will
be any conflagration over the Suez at least at
this time. The Briish. with trouble in Hong Kong
and Cyprus, the French with their hands full in
North Africa, are becoming increasingly amen-
able to compromise; so are the Egyptians al-
though their public relations in the face-saving
process have proved infinitely more skilfull.
The proof that British anger was merely
momentary, and that their pro-Israel sentiments
were propagandists bait, lies in the fact that
the Big Three has refused Israel a principal
nation in the Suez Canal issue to particicapte
in any discussion aimed at reaching a solution
both inside and outside the UN.
With Jordan-Israel clashes occurring more
frequently than in the past. Britain is again
seizing the opportunity of recapturing her pre-
eminence in the Near East by taking sides in
a manner designed to encourage unrest not
to quell it. Ousted from Palestine in 1948 and
from India a short while later, the last of her
troops no longer in Egypt in 1956. Glubb Pasha
toppled from his command of the Jordan Legion
in the meantime this is London's new. golden
opportunity.
Miami Youth Gets High Honor
A Miamian, George Lefcoe. has become in-
ternational president of Aleph Zadik Aleph.'
A/.A is a youth affiliate of B'nai B'rith.
For a number of years. Lefcoe has been
assuming a position of leadership in many
young people's organization. An outstanding
debator and member of the National Forensic
League, he is now attending Dartmouth College.
Lefcoe s sophomore class has elected him
to the post of vice president there.
While, under any circumstances, interna-
tional presidency of AZA is a sianal honor.
Miami feels especially proud that Lefcoe lives
here. His role as a young leader adequately
demonstrates the point that this city's youth
are, in many quarters, dedicated to the upriqht
values of tomorrow's democratic America,
at the Republican c^t'Z^**2
dent's propensities as a grandfather or ? uUH
enough warning for Finnegan that heG QT^H
make an issue of Gov. Stevenson's d.vorxe ""^
Nothing, however, has been done eTher fa. u
leaders to come up with an antidotJTA'"^
observer than Samuel Lubell pred cts til T u *
Stevenson divorce question is Znln?l?J ,,n
election time nears. This is only J"^?1
ganda failure, others will follow in th s co ,1 '
To return to Rabb: His is one ,, 1, "V
by the Republican Adm.n.strst on ?w7H1T
emphasize during the campaign JewS %S&f*
of government While there ia nothing lZ"Tl
time-honored" political technique, neither k h l "
while in it; for it can in no way be comS **
entrusted to such men as Jud,, s.,m L,2 a,
when the late Franklin Roosevelt ottupW I e Vhn
A CALCUIATID VIOLATION Of GROUND KUUS
yyiTHOUT a sim-le doubt, Rabb's iS token'job it,.*.
* h,vl RePubls in the long range The* WZ
which Rabb came to Miami; and. as i, fir*, and I*'
President's cabinet second, he came here to rliscws .TS
MKnificant for perhaps 75.000 Miamians the State oil
already ind.cated that this is a striking plav. But I tf
tha* it is disturbing.
I find it disturbing because at the root of Rabb's H
essential deception of Republican foreign policy not -
Near East but throughout the world Sometime last jorj
of State Dulles, anticipating the immediate, carefullv built fa
stone for a campaign within the 1956 Presidential campus!
urged that all discussion of our relations abroad be i
avoided in the name of a bipartisan foreign policy IVi
Mr. Dulles' call was not quite overwhelming enough Hi
intent the masking of Republican failure abroad.
Now that Nov. 6 is near, the Republican 'mumsthews,
bai heightened, with Vice Presidential candidate Niiial
Dulles chore. Rabb's appearance in Miami to make a
I-rael and the Near Fast is therefore a calculated viols.
G. O. P. ground rules. Republican strategists recognize tkatj
taray of the cabinet does not have sufficient official quoted extensively They therefore recognize '.hat white.
here uill undoubtedly die Inn. lor Kabb is a Jew who i
largely to Jews, and this is another propagandist* rtMlj
a good deal of the policy statement- he is not autlurueil
any MM
From this point of view, at least, the IIepuhlicansi(
ing the spirit not the purpose of the censorshiptatyr
ed to impose. In the final analysis, Rabb's talk in Miami*
from a four-page pamphlet. I In Truth About the En-
ministration and Israel," circulated to the local pre--at del
of the week by the Republican national committee, whieif
"Propaganda by Democrats is finding willing ears for r'
of slander and vilification against the Eisenhower Admisr
All this has no basis in truth." The pamphlet, like Ribb'il,
the Administration and Mr. Dulles because it "has tor'
systematically worked to strengthen Israel politically,
and militarily."
> e e e
TNI ASCINDANCY Of A VICt HMDINJIAI CANDIDAlt
QN THE matter of arms, in a section entitled "Strength
W Defense." the pamphlet indicates: "The request ofW
planes has remained under advisement due to international
tions." One is reminded here of good grandfather
capacity for terse, unintelligible remark- j
The sum total of the disturbing elements attending"
Miami visit this week must. I confess, in the final analjw
its participation in the generally striking character
campaign. One startling aspect here is the fontinS
Mr. Nixon as a figure of importance that flics in the t
attitudes toward the Vice Presidency. .
One does not find Mr. Eisenhower campaigni"!
Stevenson, with Nixon taking on Sen. Kefau\er at |
debate. Indeed, the contrary is true. Having divorce .
the doings of his party, the President now div0"f' app
campaign, as well, concentrating largely instead
television surrounded'by a bevy of screen stars a ^,
professional worshippers. In referrinu to Ins canu'o^j. ,
the "opposition" as if it were some nonexistenti ^ n
Thus it has consistently reniaim.i to 'in(l"';' ,". JT
i... __.u___t.A-.t* k'efauver ien*q
G
Th
inus ii nas consistently reaM*........ ieft outaas
for. Stevenson in debate, with candidate K. ''uu'[ |aBJ
This is a masterstroke of political dlP,0,l,-0^'muholfl
and the Democrats brutally impaled upon it '" nraes,r
"untouchability" which should have fallen. ||v Jref
attack of an intense Presidential campaign '~ ."'t before it
the Democratic Presidential nominee's humility
. e e e
HIS ADVISORS JUST DOMT mtASURt Uf
THERE IS no secret about the fact that !<" s,c^ ( J
.. ._____i.___.r.vs cause or no. ..
d
mo
believes it will advance his party's
oeneves u win advance ma i.....- ..-here it """T
ient to hit the G.O.P. and Mr Eisenhower w" nc< ii*
..inst Republican foreign policy. then***'
woo the mass of pro-Eisenhower sympathy tru ^^ i)
is to lose like a gentleman come Nov. 6. Ill "*_ ^auow^
UiiTIOH PROMSIS
aaD t*J Hl-var |IKf gl'111 If III dll Waaa*----------
i^jai^j of hi partisanship, then Gov. Stevenson
"^P uirV.r K..I a.i..lul tr*r lwr fish
s ui-pwii.smiaiup, men *.** ~
sucker bait dangled for lesser fish rinneg*"
In the face of Stevenson politesse and m
Centinwed enPf '!


19. 1956
.etters to the Editor
rhe Jewish Floriclian:
..rt with M>mc concern
arftry m .he Oct. 5 is-
Kje-i>h Floridian entitled
li vitornev is Ke) Figure in
IjffiS'to Switch St F**
I,"ate that this story jttVM
n thai Vice PresldWrt
Pvauid knowii !ll *WP P
LrrU to Jews were poMticil
I the picture.
^thiJ to be untrue. Know-
.Z, value the idea of a free
dfitr play, I am hetewKh
L., letter addressed to the
Cident dated Sept. 13. three
|prior to the appearance of
L One story, which speaks
Cjf Enclosed a No is a reply
[fetter from Mr. Nixon's of-
LEON J. ELL
Miami Beach

September 13. 1996
I Honorable Richard Nixon
evident of the L'nited States
t*hite House
Ington. D. C.
j member of the Florida Re-
!an Delegation at San Fr>n-
1 had the privilege and pleas-
I meeting you and 1 am indeed
it That brief meeting
me that your renomina-
e Fills Vacant
e President Post
fed Jaye was elected first vice
lent of the Greater Miami
Ifacturcrs Assn. at a recent
director" meeting to fill
ancy created by the resigna-
(Leonard Hind-. Jr.
IVernon Weaver, Jr. former
prfof the organization, was
I. [vacated by Jaye on his new
itment.
ir, a member of the
I of directors of the organiza-
|*> elected secretary.
sE. Dunan i- president of the
krWamLlfanufacturen Asm,
tion for the office of Vice President
was a blessing to our country and
the Republican party.
Now for the business at hand.
May I at the outset assure you that
this letter is prompted by a sincere
desire to bring about the reelec-
tion of President Eisenhower and
yourself.
It has come to my attention that
on previous occasions you. Mr. Vice
President, accepted hotel accom-
modations in restricted hotels or
clubs. I humbly submit that as an
Individual you have a perfect right
to choose your association dnd sur
roundings. However, as the head of
this great nation you belong to all
the people without restriction and
these incidents have been used and
ar still being used by the Demo-
crats to their advantage.
The writer realizes that arrange-
ment committees in the various
states of our country were most
I likely not conscious of the implica-
tion and is sure that if called to
their attention now that these mis-
takes will not occur again.
LEON J. ELL

October 9, 1956
Dear Mr. Ell:
Since the Vice President is out
of Washington on an extensive cam-
paign tour, he has asked me to
reply to your letter of September
14 and express to you his apprecia-
tion for your comments and obser-
vations regarding the campaign.
Your support and confidence are
deeply appreciated and you can In-
sure that he is doing everything he
possibly can to bring about a vic-
tory at the polls in November.
I have been assisting the Vice
President in arranging for his ap-
pearances throughout the United
States during this campaign. He has
laid down tr-policy which has beer
observed in every case, as far as
we know, of staying only at hotels
which have no racial restrictions
If there has been a violation of this
rule, it is unknown to us and the
Vice President.
I know that he would want me
to extend his best wishes to you.
BOB WILSON
Irvin Katz, principal of Miami Beach High
School, congratulates Lester Brickman, new-
ly elected president of United Synagogue
Youth of Temple Emanu-El at their installa-
tianof officers last week. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiated at the c eremony. Left to right
are Sue Cohen, recording secretary; Harriet
Newman, vice president; Brickman, presi-
dent; Mr. Katz; Carol Kratish, treasurer;
Joanne Barron, corresponding secretary.
Final Figures Show $121,000 Bonds Sold, At Agron Affair
Final figures from last week's
reception at Temple Beth Sholom
released Wednesday by president
Ralph Spero, showed that more
than $121,000 in State of Israel
Bonds were subscribed to by some
500 persons attending.
The visit of Mayor Gershon Ag-
ron of Jerusalem thus resulted in
the largest sale ever made by a
ingle congregation in the South for
Israel Bonds, according to chairman
Jacob Sher. of the Greater Miami
committee.
Sher praised Rabbi Leon Kronish
and Spero for "their unceasing ef-
forts and inspired leadership. With-
out their sincere support, and that
of J. A. Cantor, badore Hecht. Sam
uel Oritt and Sidney Ansin. we
could not have achieved such a ceding the public reception, turned
magnificent result." into the social highlight of Miami
A cocktail party and buffet at Beach's fall season, with some 75
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oritt, pre-' attendees.
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piston aw. according to an
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At Groundbreaking;
$2,255,009 Pledged
Nearly a thousand persons braved
threatening weather to attend the
Liniindhreaking ceremonies of the
new Mount Sinai Hospital held
Sunday afternoon.
A reception nt 1:30 p.m. in the
Memorial room of the hospital for
honored guests, including top of-
ficials ot municipalities and medi-
ond health facilities in the area,
preceded the groundbreaking pro-
gram at 2:3(1 p.m.
iding over the ceremonies
i Baron \q Hirsch Meyer, first
president of Mount Sinai l
Featured \ wen Mai Oro-
pres unl Sinai, 11 I
irman of the
hospital's development fund.
Vise :> im were Dr T
!' Cato Health I immissioner of
m f Dr Ja] F w Pi
pn i niversitj of,
in. Mayor Randall N Christmas
i Miami; Judge Harold H
ilman oi Miami Beach: How-
ard Kane, president oi the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation: and Sam-
i :! ner i xecutive director oi
ihi* hospital Rabbi Leon Krnnish.
dent of 'he Rabbinical tasrt
i Greater Miami, delivered the in-
1 ion.
Ruskin stated that the new Mount
S .i Hospital, to 1m' constructed on
' acre Mtn ^ Island at a coat of
than S4.000.000 will one
iii the finest medical facilities in
country, incorporating the lat iCf^pl RaR/J CfjlW
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Founders of Mount Sinai Hospital men,
who by their generous contributions toward
the new 300 bed hospital, have earned this
recognition (left to right) Isadore Hecht,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Sam H. Rost, Max
Orovitz, Lee Ratner, Jacob Sher, Dan B.
Ruskin, Dr. Morris Goodman, Leonard A.
Wien and Howard Kane. Other Founders of
Mount Sinai Hospital (not shown) are Samuel
Blank, Samuel N. Friedland, Moses Gins-
berg, Abraham Goodman, Benjamin N.
Kane, Samuel C. Levenson, J. Gerald Lewis,
Marcie Liberman. Harry Sirkin, Arthur A.
Ungar, Carl Weinkle, Louis E. Wolfson and
Mitchell Wolfson. Spades are bronze rep-
licas of the spade used at Sunday's ground-
breaking.
Balsam Joins
< i <\i\elopments of hospital
ce.
He announced

Milton Balsam, veteran Miami
that more than | rommulu| rk(.r h,s jmnvd h
' Jv Jread> '"", i;1:;1:"1 rtafl of the Israel Bond. Orgatda-
forconstrueUonof^mrwaoo-bed ,,,, m r,r,a.r Mjamj as /
,ta an. rew,,.,l th.J 23 men ,, .....n.a.ne. Announcement
veead. pledged a minimum oi Balsams apaototmeni was made
__________________________by Sidney Glazier, city manager of
the State of Israel Bonds office
Balsam resigned his position as
executive director oi Beth David
Congregation to accept the new
post He served in that capacity
since August 1004 Prior to that
help us with our accelerated cam-
paign within the metropolitan
area Cllazier said. "The Israel
Bonds campaign this year will reach
more communities' and more or-
ganizations than ever before, with
a climatic area-wide rally at the
Miami Beach auditorium on Dec.
20."
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Continued from Pago 1 A
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of the American Jewish Congress,
he had served for more than three appeared before the committee
years as secretary of the Combined i Subsequently, it was recommended
Jewish Appeal Metropolitan cam-1 unanimously that a resolution be
p'"^" I adopted affirming that NEA will
He also served a period as circu }not. sponsor tours to countries
latmn and public relations director j which by their visa policies dis
of The Jewish Floridian. leaving to I criminate against NEA tour mem-j
return to the Greater Miami Jewish hers on a basis of religion or race
Federation ataff. From 1948until The hoard of directors consul
19o0. when he moved to Miami. Bal-: PW| the matter and adopted a d.f-
'"" waa n-P/'ns.hle for five com- f(.n.nt approach. It adopted a rcso-
mities in the Bronx campaign oi .lunilI1 (Becifieally approving a list
I f tours, naming countries, which
would he sponsor..! bj NKA in
1957. This list omits Jordan, but !
it includes Syria and Lebanon.
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S. Florida Joins in Fourth Symphony
Week to Mark 30th Anniversaryp
\ll South Florida will join in theiSchuman. president of the Juillard
i< rth annual observance of Sym-
pl ony Week, sponsored by the Sym-
phony Club oi the University oi
Miami, beginning Sunday, Oct. 21.
\nton Loeb. member of the Sym-
pl ny clul) board, is general chair-
School of Music, will appear on the
preview program. An informal buf-
fet luncheon follow-
Final event of Symphony Week
preceding the concerts Oct 28 and
29. will he a Saturday evening. Oct
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W. Pearson, university president, Beach Musk, Art league
Schedules Membership Meet
Miami Beach Music and Art
will be the featured speaker
("niversity of. Miami Symphony
conductor John Bitter will present
Andre Kostelanetz. guest conductor League will meet at the Roney Pla-
Ol the season's opening twin con- za hotel Tuesday evening, Oct. 23.
cei ts.
On Fridav. Oct. 26. the Symphony
Herman Binder, president, said
that the membership meeting will
club has scheduled its first musical be followed by a social hour of
preview of the season at 11 a.m. in l music. Scheduled are Jo Ann Byrd
the Miami Woman's club. Andre I coloratura, and Alec Dellerson bar-
Kostelanetz and William Howardlitone.
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Octoberlft 1956
-JwlstiFhrkiton
^gSinfonietta
inches Season
!citer will open its 195-57
JSuTs concert Sunday eve-
fa, t Center. Robert strass-
Ljll conduct.
Utfrtfi will feature Cantof
,PR..inM>n ,.....I0W. w.h
h Klein app-" '"'-' :is s,,l flut:
fc,! Dr. Charles Rosenfeld and
[yilp Galitz in violin presenta-
li is the fir-' i" srrics of
[ro(rani< l" be presented by
J,nir Sinfonietta." sirassburg
Led Wednesda> "The Krnup
town t include 28 musicians
fits founding last season. The
kiasm and spii iielta has made it ne of the
Cportanl cultural activities at
fcablcs Jewi-h Center."
tburgad |Voup of its kind in Dade
ong featured compositions at
jet. 21 concert "ill be Straps-
own "Israeli Pastorate," M
itwks by Tvchaikowsky, Hr
Pach. Boyce, Saint-Saeni and
on<> of the musical organiza-
Inrlude Mr and Mrs. Robert
jlein, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
per, Mr. and Mrs Wendell J.
Dr. and Mrs David Gate-
[Mr. and Mrs Ben C. Green.
*OBE*T STKASSBUKG
.Mrs. Fay Halpern. Mr. and Mrs.
Aba Hurevitz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hammersmith.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kalian, Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel Kohlenberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Moe Langer, Mr. and Mrs.
Sid Lander. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N<>-
vick, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rovin. Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld. Mr
and Mrs, Milton Wasman. Dr. and
Mrs,. Bernard Yessner and Dr. and
Mrs. Doran Zinner.
Former Israeli's
Art on Exhibition
At Lowe Gallery
A former Israelis art objects are
now on display at the Joe and
Bmily I,,we Art Ga||ery on the
I niversity of Miami campus.
He is Arieh Lor, of 900 SW 3rd
st.. Miami. The 29-year-old ex-Is-
raeli h.-.s been in this country for
the past five months Hj( art ob-
jects include some of the finest
free-style jewelry nude of silver
and copper ever to be shown here.
"I began my free-style technique
about three years ago," Lor ex-
plained. "Before that, my work was
more formal."
Briefly, the techniaue results in
napes reminiscent of free-form in
modern art What Lor does is to
hammer out the background, giv-
ing -hade and Ughl by the u I ol
oxides. He then polishes to a beau-
tiful lustre exquisitely-wrought
non objective designs that stand out
in relief.
The art objects include all types
of jewelry for women and men, In-
cluding practical shirt studs
The exhibit at the Lowe Gallery
opened here Oct. 4 and is scheduled
through the first week in Novem-
ber. All works on exhibition are for
sale. Lor stressed.
Right now. he is doing an unusual
Mezzuza, approximately five-inches
in length and not on exhibit at the
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gallery. Made of sterling silver, the
Mezzuza combines modern and clas-
sic motifs. The word. "Shadai." is
in relief in the center. Oxided in
the corners, a dull polish elsewhere
serves to emphasize the lettering.
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+Je*lstnor**Or
I i
Dulles Condemns Egypt's Blockade
Of Israel Shipping Through Suez
%-OctoUr
Continued from Pgw 1 A
addition to Egypt which had al-
ready Imjm glvae i voice m the
Council delibera,tiona also aafesd
La be beard Mr. Dullea pcopoaed
re written
itaten i krah re;
i froi bm and
th. i adopted unani-
in""
ranee on
ention of
to freedom
trael'i
the i nstai tinople
1888. ot the Sue/ I
Samuel Lunenfeld, 320 S. Hi-
biscus dr.. Miami Beach, and
Toronto, has been named first
Canadian member of the
board of overseers of the Al
bert Einstein college of medi-
cine of Yeshiva University.
Lunenfeld is a leading indus-
trialist, with interests through-
out the United States and
Canada.
Teachers' Institute
Slates Psychiatrist
Institute for
Miami Jewish
nursery school?
nal staff
teacher-, of Greater
Community Center
and for other pro-
of programs con-
passaee for all ships "in peace as in
war" and nn the Council's own
resolution of 1951. That resolution
ordered Bgjrpl to keep the Canal
open to all shipping "wherever
bound," after Israel had com-
plained of the blockade instituted
by the ( aim authorities in 1948.
After documenting Egypt's, viola-
tion- bj detailing many instances of
the stoppage "t brae! shipping, and
the blacklisting of foreign shipping
for having traded with Israel, Mr.
r I'.in told the Council :
A- a result of these illicit enact-
nici.ls pn the maritime powers.
i M percent of IOC trade which
Id have normally flowed
through the Canal to or from Is-
rael in the past eight years has
been effectively obstructed "
Israel tied its claims against
to the \er> s<>t of six prin-
which the Council finally
a,ii pted, forming the basis for fur-
ther Suez negotiations between the
West and Egypt.

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Next one-man art show at the
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Washington Federal Savings and
Ldan \s-n will consist of 25 paint-
ings by William Cropper, of Cro-
tun-on Hudson. X. Y.
Cropper's lithographs have at
ti d international attention and
an included in permanent collec-
t ns it manj of the country's lead:
.. '! ries
'cerned with the development of the
'child under six in Dade count* will
begin Thursday evening. (\- M
at the Town Branch. 450 SW 16th
ave
Dr Mama (iordon Friedman, in-
structor in psychiatry in the I'm-
veratt) Of Miami medical school and
Fellow m psychiatry at the PsjrchJ- Wednesday. Oct. 24. lodge presi-
' atric Institute here, will discuss ,.
, "Emotional Growth of the child ,dent Geor*e K'"Sold, an-
|lnderSix Years ,,( kg*." jnounced this week. Past president
Dr. Alma Williams, professor oflof the lodge. Michael Sossin, is in
early childhood education at th. charge of the
Dinner Meeting on Books
Next monthly evening meeting of
Miami Beach lodge. B'nai B'rith,
will be held at the Lucerne hotel on
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THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4 A
PW"M Mtterly al...... i below-thc-W| Democratic
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- Truman's war"; when Gen Marshall was a "traitor"; when
meant the "give-away"; when Yalta and Teheran were Rooae-
, eit ~ bungle
I do no] mind Mr Nixon's fbrgeU'ulness; he occasionally lapses
ml forms of it todi5 still Raying the Korei.....ic as If he were
' Harrj Truman i mind most Mr Stevenson's for-
' "'II the American prop!, that they are
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' i tans abonl him. who measure up in no way to
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Frid
rvtober 19. 1956
Ja*bi>k>rif0iM
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Paul
Bock.
Having Faith' is the Lessen Taught
By Chapter Dealing With Abraham ^Sm5s3bG
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Friday i
TV follnu'in* anolher in a srrics of entries r-rrparcd' by spiritual
I jilf'S '"" lnr ^',e lew"^ Flondian "Rabbinu.il Cnrnrr" m cooper-
|ion uich th? Grfdirr Miami Rabbinual Awn. Rabbi Abraham
, H(Ron, "I TtferotJi fsr Aft*. prafnM.
a. RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Israelite Cantai*
This Sabath throughout all syna-
WgUC* Wl r0iKl ,h<" Scr'P*Ural
portion ... Genesis 18 known u
Vavera We "Ken speak of the
fear f <;,"," Wc speak an<'
preach ol "Faith." Having faith and
(caring God is an experience, a
feeling of inner security, peace of
mind, challenge and glory that the
irreligious person cannot feel.
The first of our Patriachs Abra-
The Rabbinical
Corner
ham wai I person with faith in his
heart and -""I and a loving fear of
Cod.
Two Biblical figures were asked
to leave then homes on Godly mis-
sion. Thej were Jonah and Abra-
ham. Thm exists ;i wide differ-
entiation between the two. Where-
as. Jonah knew exactly where he
as to go, as 1- written. "Go to the.
City of Ninevah," Abraham was
told to leave his home and the
Lord said, "Unto the land which I
shall show Ihee "
Most persons would have hesitat-
ed to leave under such uncertain
instruction* Bui Abraham demon-
strated hi* faith in God. Faith built
1 sturdy bridge across every pos-
sible doubt that must have entered
temind Simultaneously, however.
Abraham It ar of God brought him
doserto Godliness. Not the kind of
*ABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
. kay for mankind
fear that freeze* people but rather
I source of faith and security which
cau-cil him to recognise. God'* sov-
ereign concern for him and all peo-
ples.
We might better comprehend this
fear of God by terming it a declara
tion of man's partnership with God
in completing the work of creation,
in building a moral universe, a bet-
ter world based on the spiritual
concept of the Ten Commandments.
One does not deceive his partner.
This is a fear of love, for it sets our
spirits free, it causes our inner
power for creative living to be free.
By dipping a net of Faith into
the unending stream of God's di-
vine guidance, we shall never have
cause to be Faithless, arrogantly
fearless and without hearts of love.

What arc Tachrichim?
"Tachrichnn" is the name given
to the shrouds 111 which the dead
art dressed for burial according to
Jewish tradition. The word is
traced to a word meaning a "robe"
which is mentioned in the Bible
(Esther 8:15' Its root is said to
come from a verb meaning "to
wrap" A robr in oriental dress was
something that was wrapped"'
around the person.
Why ira the threads used in sewing
*h shrouds left unknoftad?
The thread- used in sewing the
shrouds arc left without knots in
accordance with Jewish tradition
which holds that the reason for the
burial of the dead is to let the body
^integrate The appearance of a,
'not is an indication of a point of |
separation instead of the desired'
integration which was sought.
*
''t proper to prepara shrouds for
"* "If while on* it yat alive?
Many piou, people observe just
Question
Box
such a practice. There are. several
reasons advanced for *uch a prac-1
tice. For one thing, it is claimed
that when a person remembers that!
his ihroudl are prepared it makes
him humble and penitent. The sight j
of the shrouds convinces us of the
futility of the material goals we
strive for and fight over. Some
claim that the reason for prepar-
ing the shrouds during one's life-
time was so that the heirs would
not be caught unprepared in case
the death and burial occurred on a
festival, since it is forbidden to
make or buy them on a festival
while it is permissible to bury the 1
.bad on certain festival day*.
i.\ J.wlKh Telegraphic Aaanr) feature
in Rabbi Samuel 1 ox)
-
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
in?.A ISRAEL- WM Carlyl.
'"Orthodox. R.bbi Isaac Ever.
- iturday > so a.in.
>'-, ,,1 Hypo. 1 IMi '
ANSHE UMft 2343 < w-y
cS .DAVID- 2MS sw 3'd *
?':"" R*bbi Y.akev Rosen-
"J Can or WiUi.m w. Upton.
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a
BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Backar.'
i'i May I p in Batord 11 M m -
iiidii: id.- Isnpacl < Morlah.

BETH TFILAH. MS Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky.

CORAL GABLES CENTER. 330
Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
Skop. Canter Irving Robinson.
v si", e in *. 1 mi 1
Motb< ra unit In J.-wtnh Horn. Kn
urda) 1 1 a.in llxi \ln 'h aIbii,
m.n c.f Mr ami Mi- B Pal

CORAL WAY JIWISH CENTER.
t-Mne)
Mistral .rael j;,,,,,, ,,,,,. To iU

FLAGLER-GRANADA. SO NW
Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Heim.
' 'day 6 11 in. Saturday l:M m
Barmon: Ml Moriah An L'nfoiioj-
mi .li- Event

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Gross.
Kii.i.i y -, 15 p.m, Btturdai : ., m
Is''""!' "Weeklj Portion.' is.,, Mlts-
vuli: Ktanlaj Kinnn.-I

H1ALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
Friday 1:13 p.m Baiu Lavtaa .. 11
Chan I Uueil ip< :ik. Bui nrtl R..ih
' 1 .'. chairman ..f I he Antl-D. fa-
nation League Topic: "Kollgloii ... ,he
rul4l.- BcRooli

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
8th st., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gertx officiates.
*
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
rYlday ; and *:1S p.m Bermon: 'The
<;iinliii^ Light." Hoalu .0 1
bal Ml and Mra. Max Pai n< --. .-..1-
111 day s .111 .1 -ii.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
fiald. Cantor Abraham Seif.
i-'i Ida 1 to 11 in. He 1 hi da) v ". 1 .. m
Bennor: "\\'."kl> P01
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LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
dale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran
son.
e .
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berela Kelemer.
p.m Saturda) iq
*m-riiii.il. '''ii We Prevent Aeara
t......"'
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
1 11 in> s 1 -, p m 1 'aninr M innj M
1 ii.'l to aaaial Hermon: "ThtnisH 'ITial
Make .1 Bftter Indtvnlua1." Hulurdti)
.* 1 moll: ".* \ 111^ 11' i. .011 I
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice 1
Net*.
Friday 1:15 p.m, Sermon: "Om Ijial
si agbold. in,.-.; ml.i.ai tollowa,

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Fi 1.1 ,> :i'i p.m. .*-.!..inday 1:13 a m
s.-i in..... a si.-i ling 1 hai m 1.1."
a e e
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M Baum-
gard.
1 id 7 and I i> m In Merrlek J11
L'nlv< i nit) "i Miami i ampui Benm n.
ri,. P...... Hi,.i Hebraic Cow
.lll.sl i'

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Lavitan.
v H end ;> P m Bel
: ,. in.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
1 Ids \ 1:13 p in Bel "i"ii S
1 to Brllve." Sutui 'bo
, r.,. Mieavah: KBioil I
1 tenner B. n iti
.. 1 ,,1 Mi ,.n.1 Mrs 1 vW a

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Ban Grossberg.
a a
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
CANDLELIGHTMG TMfE
Heshvan 14 5:30 p.m.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Raich.
Kililiiv ,!.-, p.m. Saturday ft n m
Sermon: Week!) Portion iinr Mlta.
v.ni Btephen Edward, ion of Mr. and
Mra Leo Ch ilkln.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
1 I'l'V s 1.-, p m. s,.| mon: "Whs
t lerg) men Break 1 ion n

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Re-
form.
PWday l:M p.m. Baturday -i a.m.
" 1 "1 vn < Ha].....lew Khi
Mltxveh: 1.;. u ..n,.. Michael, eon of
.Mi. .mil .Vli*. Arthur Hoiowil/., I...
Al I Inn *i Holl) "od.
f
T1MPLB ZION. 5720 SW 17th
sf. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. R*hH
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Giants. "mJ\
Pi-May l:M a.m. Bemon: "The <-'l-
'111.." in Hi.- Public Bchoel 1 :<*. a I
the Matter." Hoata at Ones Shabbat:
Mr. ami Mix. Bugene Rnberte Ratu
ilHy 9 a.m. Barsnon: "The Trial of
Human Behavior."

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wast
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Krldai s;i". p in s.'. mon: -Tin 1 i| 1
rioor." Saturday B:M m. Bar Mlt*vah:
II, eon ..1 Mr. n..l Mra, 1:.
Miller. Sermon: "Th. Mature Bo
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Jriday. Octets i9
f.fi.i tsov-
Da vid Sarnoff at 65 -- Horatio Alger of Twentieth Century
AT an age when most men have
** turned to contemplation of
things past. David Sarnoff. still
characterized at 65 by the vision
and energy which brought him
from his first job as a newsboy
to the chairmanship of the Radio
Corporation of America, is still
thinking only in terms of the fu-
ture.
Speaking last week at a dinner
in New York honoring his 50
years of service in the fields of
radio, television and electronics.
Sarnoff told of his vision of the
world by 1976. world of push-but-
ton homes and 5.000 mile-per-hour
rocket planes and a world in
which war had boon outlawed
David Sarnoff is used to mak-
ing predictions at which other*
scoff and then seeing them
come true. Five years ago he said
that he wanted a fiftieth anniver-
sary gift of three new inventions
a magnetic recorder of televi-
sion, an electron to light amplifier,
and electronic air-conditioner and
refrigerator.
When he made his request.
SAIL CARSOX
scientists and engineers wondered
if he realized ju-t how difficult
the problems involved would be.
Me said nothing. But. he made it
clear, he had often in the past
had more faith in the scientists
than they had in themselves
Then, at the dinner last week,
three prorot>pes were unveiled.
They were ex.ictl.v what Mr. Sar-
iiott had asked for five years be-
fore.
Many years ago, in 1939 to be
exact, the National Institute of
Immigrant Welfare decided to
honor three men who came to the
I nited States from other lands
and distinguished themselves
here. One of them was David
Sarnoff. born in Izliansk. Minsk.
Russia, in 1891 When he accepted
that award. Mr. Sarnoff cxpres-rd
himself with characteristic ac-
knowledgment of the opportunity
presented him: 'This tribute be-
longs to America much more than
it does to me; for there the natur-
alized a.- well as the native Ameri-
can is privileged, as in no other
A Day of Silence at The United Nations
r
I'nited Nations
QFFICIALLY without recall.
*^ without remembrance with
not a single formal act or word
the day went by here. Openly.
* there was no recognition by the
I'nited Nations last week of the
tenth anniversary of the day when
the Nazi War Crimes trials had
been concluded at Nurnberg. Only
vaguely did some show awareness
that ten had been hanged after
Nurnberg. that others had gone
to prison and that, on the very
day of the Nurnberg anniversary-
one of the prisoners had gone
forth a free man.
Grand Admiral Karl Doenitz.
the man designated by Hitler as
Fuehrer successor, could now
go to Duesseldorf. there to rumin
ate in silence until neo-Nazis
bring him forth again. Silence for
the present suits those who would
have the world forget. For there is
a Genocide Convention on the
books, a United Nations document
solemnly adopted with no dissent-
ing vote back in 194. Why recall
Genocide at this time? Silence is
safer.
But in the silence six million
voices spoke soundlessly. Across
the thresholds of the seven bronze
doors lay unseen their mutilated,
broken bodies.
But the I'N could not see. nor
could it feel, nor could it hear
over the babble of its own talk the
silent, speechless but insistent
iteration of the six million mar-
tyrs whose voices, if they could
speak, would ask: "Now ten
years after Nurnberg where is
the Genocide Convention?*'
Fifty-two nations have ratified
the Genocide Convention since it
was adopted after much beating of
the breast and even more debate
on December 9. 1948. The Con-
vention "entered into force"
meaning, it became official on
January 12. 1951. Under this Con-
vention, it is an international
crime to commit, or to conspire
to commit, acts aimed at destroy-
ing a national, ethnical, racial or
religious group. It is a crime to do
so in peacetime as well as during
a war. It is a crime that is "pun-
ishable" by the international com-
munity.
So many beautiful, moving
words were spoken against the
crime of genocide when the sub-
ject was alive here. Everybody
was against that crime which, as
pointed out by Dr. Raphael Lem-
km, the man who coined the word
"Genocide." has repeated itself
in humanity's history "with the
regularity of a biological law."
Said the American representa-
tive at the time: "The unanimous
vote of the General Assembly on
this matter in itself reflected the
determination of the peoples of
the United Nations, whatever
their race, creed or nationality,
to assure that the barbarism
which had so recently shocked
the conscience of mankind would
never again take place (Factual
footnote of history: The United
States has not yet ratified the
Genocide Convention )
BORIS SMOLAK
Sholom Aleichem's Popularity on Rise
THE works of the late Sholom
Aleichem, Jewish flaarid.
translated from Yiddish into Eng-
lish, are now becoming more and
t more popular with the American
reader.
The latest addition to the trans-
lated works of Sholom Aleichem
is a volume, "Selected Stories of
Sholom Aleichem," published for
the first time by Modern Library.
The volume carries an introduc-
tion by Alfred Kazin explaining
Sholom Aleichem to the English
reader.
Although it Is difficult to trans-
late Sholom Aleichem's work into
English because of the many spe-
cifically Jewish idioms and ex-
pressions which are characteristi-
cally Yiddish, the translators have
done a very good job. Reading
the Modern Library book, the
reader who cannot read Sholom
Aleichem in the original will eas-
ily understand why he i> consid-
ered "the Jewish Mark Twain."
Random House, publisher of the
Modern Library, has just pub-
lished The Diary of Anne Frank"
in the dramatized form which is
enjoying such a tremendous stage
success in many countries. The
play, which was awarded the Pul-
itzer Prize for drama, is based on
the diary of a Jewish girl who. at
the age of 15, died in a Nazi con-
centration camp. Although it deals
with Nazi barbarism, it is playing
successfully in six cities in Ger-
many.
It is also being shown in Aus-
tria, Switzerland and other Euro-
pean countries. In New York, it
won not only the Pulitzer Prize,
but also the two other American
honors for drama the Antoin-
ette Perry Award and the Critics'
Circle Award.
land, to express the forces within
him."
In 1949. ten years later, when
New York's 92nd Street Young
Men's and Women's Hebrew Ass<>-
ciation was celebrating its 75th
anniversary. 12 American Jews
were cited by the late Vice Presi-
dent Alben Barkley AH of them
were graduates of the "Y" and
one of them was David Sarnoff.
With the others, he justly receiv-
ed the citation for "distinguished
service to the country and the
Jewish community."
Mr. Sarnoff was singly signally
honored as a Jew in the 1930's,
when Guglielmo Marconi, the
"father of wireless telegraphy,"
told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy, that he was conscious of the
"exceptionally large" contribution
made by individual Jews to the de-
velopment of his invention. And
when he listed the makers of
those contributions in his inter-
view with the JTA, he singled out
David Sarnoff first of all.
His rise in his chosen profes-
sion has been described as a
"twentieth century Horatio Alger
tale." Brought to this country at
the age of nine, his father died
when he was just 15 years old.
His first job was in a telegraph
office at five dollars a week. He
managed to learn telegraphy,
bought a second-hand telegraph
instrument, mastered it, and con-
fidently applied for an operator's
job. But. the office manager, look-
ing at the "green kid." took him
on as office boy at $5.50 a week.
But fame and promotion await-
ed him. His spectacular handling
of wireless messages when the
"Titanic" went down in 1912 sup-
plied the spark for his rapid rise.
He was appointed radio inspector
for the Marconi Company and in-
structor in the Marconi Institute.
Then, in rapid succession, chief
radio inspector, assistant chief en-
gineer, contract manager, assist-
ant traffic manager all before
he was 25 years old.
Mr Sarnoff would probably re-
sist any attempt at "summing up"
of his remarkable career, and
could point out with considerable
justice that he doesn't to judge
by his latest remarks think it is
over by any means.
HILARY fff.VflM.V
JEWS IN THE WORLD OF SCIENCE. 6dit.d by H.,r* r .
ItzhaJ. J. Carmen. 263 pp. N.w York: Mood. PubM.h.7,, SjJ
JUST OUT, this past week, as a "natural outgrowth" of 'm
** in World Jewry." is Monde Publishers' "Jews in L ""J
Science, a Biographical Dictionary of Jews Eminent in ti. w tl
and Social Sciences." Dedicated to Dr. Albert Einstein it i! iT*!
tribute to him by J. Robert Oppenheimer as well asYh H
on him by Editor Carmin. The lead article, a quick aaVS Wi*
roll-call of the more famous Jewish names in science U !LTH
Editor Cohen. Other short articles: Meyer WeisRais'Ch* et'
mann." pointing up his achievements in biochemistry a, otn
the chemistry of human relations; and Louis Gershenfeld's visn tf *
the recently-come, heartily-welcomed Jonas Salk *
There are photographs of such outstanding men as Beta Selman Waksman. RCA president David Sarnoff and youu kSJ
Amos De Shalit. to mention only a few The body of the book 2
of some 4,000 biographies of living scientists. ils1ing J"*1
birthplace and date, education, position, degrees, awards, pubSJ
affiliations and present home and office address "
Several Miami area names are readily apparent, includiiu ft I
Sinai's Dr. Maurice Lea, and Dr. Leo M. Levin, and Dr Marvin 1
Weil's father, educatorengineer Dean Joseph Weil, of-Gainesville
TREASURY OF WORLD LITERATURE. Ed.t.d by Doobrt 0 |J
1450 pp. New York: Philosophical Library. $15 00.
I have a deep distract of anthologies, based on two preraisai]
do not like to have my reading matter picked out for me, and I do a*
like it abridged. Nevertheless, I recognize that, under certain cm*
tions, anthologies can be useful things one can own, lor example,
a collection of modern poetry, or of 18th century English worki, at]
feel that there is a purpose in being able to move, quickly and cat-1
veniently. among selections which have a unifying scheme.
I can find bo such justification for this new Treasury." Ai u-uil,
Dr. Runes has chosen to present his authors alphabetically, undouM-
edly the most purposeless arrangement for the reader, although quite.
probably the easiest for Dr. Runes. One will look in vain for Blue,';
T. S. Eliot, Dylan Thomas, Carlyle, or Samuel Johnson, and, although
it is always interesting to be introduced to the Eastern writers (v |
whom Dr. Runes has a penchant, one wonders, after reading some i 1
the offerings, just what sort of criteria the editor employs, if any.
Dr. Runes also commits what is to me complete and unforgivtHe I
literary sin, in presenting many of the selections as though they n
the whole work, instead of a mere truncated excerpt. I have,in mind,
for instance, a meaningless (in excerpt) scene from O'Neill s Ik)
Great God Brown," and, for another instance, the horrible mutilata 1
of ene of the most closely-knit poems in the language, Pope's "Ea* j
on Man." Dr. Runes, who apparently has no more sense of the luulj'
of a poem than he has of a book, reprints passages from the middle |
of Epistles I. II and IV. plus the beginning lines of Epistle U. and its 1
not the courtesy even to indicate where he has abused his editor*
license.
This is typical of the kind of heedless and destructive tholet> ]
ing which this book represents.
BETH SIEROTY
Simple Incident Turned Catastrophe by Misplaced Morality
at TU* j Washington
N THE democratic American armed forces the
troubles of a private soldier particularly a
member of a minority group can become l
national issue overnight, if a zealous journalist
thinks the soldier is not getting fair treatment
When Airman 1 c Irving Weinstein and his
superior officer had a difference of opinion recent-
ly, they were probably both surprised the next
day to find that they were central figures in a
nation wide dispute over suspected anti-Semitism in
the Air Force.
Airman Weinstein. a violinist with the Air
Force Symphony's "strolling strings," requested to
be excused from playing with the band in order to
attend Yom Kippur services. Coincidental^. Yom
Kippur fell on the same evening that the "strolling
strings were scheduled to perform at a special
government function.
Chief of Air Force hands. Col. George S How-
ard, unaware of the significance of Yom Kippur
compared the most solemn of Jewish holidays with
JSjgj WMEBMAN
the joyous Christian feast of Christmas Of the
Jewish musicians. Airman Weinstein alone m
that Yom Kippur meant a great deal to nunasj
that he chose to be excused. 1
Considering Weinstein's decision, Col.no"'
then summoned the four Jewish boys who c
to play with the band and told them he n","1
be certain he had not coerced them into H
He further emphasized that the boys should *>
religious services if they chose. j
A reporter for a Washington newspaper lj
hold of the story, described Weinstein's assign"
to the orderly room as a punitive mea>ure,'\J
that Weinstein had been "retired" from tne ore
"' In the days that followed, a total of Wj
gressional sources demanded a thorough imwj I
tion of the incident: scores of protests anfl "1 j
poured into the office of the Secretary 0I "*
Force; letters-to-the^ditor appeared *ZjM
newspapers. All revealed that a minor incw
turned into a major issue
Jewish Southerners Feel Northern Jews Let Them Down
_. .,) Nil
JEW.SH SOUTHERNERS, confronted"^
reliSmstT'laci K^ ,eel ,h'ir North' ?
E? Sir ST***of ,he Jew,sh r*
necauTsTe ^FiS^jSKi
gration of Negroes. Their answer- th.!i
the ho", f T- TeX PiCkeU "*< '* o
iLd 1WP .TV'*"* "* Cement R*!
^yedjhe^cople of Tean~~.. ri ..^
Later. Integrator." (Gov. dement used *
Guard troops to quell the nation s UN, 4
segregation riot last month.1 The app jf(jjf
such pickets to heckle a Jewish-sponsor*^ #
revealed a more important point- (^M
Southern Jewry is rallying behind men ^ ^
who are willing to use bayonets to deien
of Negro children. -oB
Southern Jews working for in''fr'
their Northern cousins to know taai ^
share white supremacy views No e
to hide the fact that Jews, like all **
possess neurotic prejudices. The main coa-
ls that more and more Jews are J


n^hj. 19. '956
li, fetes Rally
in Southwest
Innrter^ of Adlai Stevenson
fc Uauv.'r in the South-
fr,i .action w,ll stage a
Li-thc-votf party Oct. 27 at
Weef Max Friedson. Dixie
t.7.have..a. 1691 Nethia
Lncement of the event was
Ibv Judge Milton Friedman,
Lheading up the drive for the
Luc national ticket in the
rorogram will include special
i for children, with variety
fentcrtaininent. Judge Fried-
Isaid the Friedson lawn has
Ihoscn "since it can accommo-
hVith comfort a larue crowd."
tour aim to fan the interest
[Democratic Presidential tic-
Jo that the Southwest section
(urn out a good vote for the
Lson-Kefauver ticket Nov. 6,"
I Friedman added. He empha-
Jthat Florida, with ten elec-
Ivotes, is a crucial state in the
jdential election.
Jthe 1952 Presidential elec-
Florida went Republican," he
[But there is a great ground-
10f feeling fur the Democratic
I this time. We can put Flor-
jack in the Democratic column
fry interested citizen gets out
torts for Stevenson and Ke-
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erfj How in Mail
kon IkktU have been mailed
ler 2.500 subscribers to the
krsity of Miami Swnphony Or-
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pd 28. with Andre KostalaiMta
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pscriplion ticket- for the nine
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Attorney* for Kxecutrlx
i" e-IItt-M
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39095-A
In Re: EST \Ti: or
OSCAR BRLBKY
l.....aed
To All i- ..in., s and 111 Peraona Hav-
ing 1'lainiN 01 Demanda Agalnal Kald
Vmi. and aach of \ 1 1 hei 1 bj
notified to I .1 ml de-
n.....la which you, or either "t you,
1 \. ...; 1 11 i the 1 f <*# \".
llltt'RK v decea led late ..f 1 m.Ii i 1 i-
1 \, i- lot iiia. to 1 in- 1 lonoi .111I1
of I lade county, and flic the
n M.i ir ofjicea In the 1
Couitbouac in Dadi County, Klorlda,
Ithln itln ilendi m the
-laii nf the r 1
Said clalma or demand n am the
legal .nidi. of the rialmani .mi to be
worn to and prone Meat" I
.- hum will be Uuti ;
733.16 of the I94S I'r hate v. 1
Data Oel A.i>
MICHAEL BBl-SKY
VICTOR REISfl
Ai Bob outora of the Lwl
Will and Telamenl !
OSCAR IIItlSKV
Ml BRS, IIKIMAN KAI'l.AN
and
POLLACK AND Vul Nil
Attorney* for Executora
19 r.--l9-2 11/2
PTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
L_ NAME LAW
HKHKIIV tllVBN that
ma >.. niw In
WISS?'. ''" nm of
KEIKiilH i-ts I S. W r.th
I la to raslatar
I ..I the i-H-
in ..I Dade County. Florida
ANXK MIKISITI,
[amin ,.;
Ifelvd
I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIUCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 195037
MARILYN RUDEN9KY,
l-Jalntlff
I
1:1 J RITUaTNdKY,
I '. 1. ml.i ni
TO: El.I R1-HKXSKY
CI7 Surf Avenue
Brooklyn, Neiv York
TOt" ABJE HEREBY RBQCIRED to
-i'\i. copy of your anawar to the
Rill of Complainl in the above cauae
for divorce on the I'lnlntlff's attorneys,
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on cm
before thejwth day of November, i:'-n.
otherwise 'said lull of Complaint m
be taken as confeaeed In you.
Dated this l.'ith day of October, 19.16.
1: B. LKATHERMAN
Clerk of Ctreuli Court
I lade 1'omit v, Mm iiia
By I- S.XKKHKN
Oenut) Clerk
MY Kit!*. IIKIMAN KAI'l.AN
Attorne.iH for Plaintiff
-" 1 Be: bold riiillilluK
Miami It, Horliln
I" II N II'?-9
Offfrinj
only
THt VERY BEST~
1 SANITARIUM
FACILITIES
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Managing
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J u$ repoir it or apply
lw* ". For free
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FR 9-5274
FR 34996
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I.-. HEREBY fJIVEN thai
the underalyned, ilealrlnic t" envase In
> under Ihe fk-tllloua name of
BEDFORD PARKING n :'1 N E lal
Btreel inti nd to raf 1 name
itii Hie ciark of i'ii 1 '.; nit Court o(
I'ade Count\. 1-1..- III 1
BIDNEY POZEN
'Il \ltl.i:s 1: BINKOM
lo/il-1 : -:.; 11 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY ClIVEN thai
the undi-rHlvm-il. deelrins to ensasi In
bualneaa under the flctltloui name of
GREAT HOt'THERN MORTOAOE
'"i.MI'ANY at 120s Alnsley Bide. In-
tend to reitlster said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit I'uuit ill Dadi
County, Klorlda.
DAVID R lliii-HMKRO
KICIIARD I K HAM Kit
/ in/:,-12-19
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+J*niitfkr* solicits your legal not)cm.
W* appr*rlat* your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
M
Phone FR 4 4366
tec meseenaer errlce
Jsa^tHsd^sn.
Page 11 A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
NOTICE
by miiii,
Ktatutee
1 ii
a herein A. H< 'I HE ".. IN)
llono, ii> i n (uc .

WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
IS HEREBY OIVEN
of C'hapti |Ti ,. |,-|.,
Annotated <1941>, Ware-
and Warehouae Hi
TRANHKH1R A u \l;K-
. rlorida rorpora-
-f Ita ware >.:-. ion
Ion the folloulm; de-
- i he.........
HOC8EHOI.il li.M.lis iiH ii,..
|"nertj ul DAN MOIII.EY,
\ .tli Avenue, Mian... r*ln .......
hi !nd Da of .. i,.i,.
ilniimr the legal houra of aali mainly
"ftwi i : .....or) no m and 2 "" In the
"", :" -'> N Ml...... Avenue,
Miami Florida, the undesigned Khali
o the liiuh.ii bidder
i in in hand the aboi
M'"i|'il"l'V "" "lt' '".....'" "' DA>i
t>ATED at Miami. Florida, Ihla
Day ..f i ii loin i. || ,i',
A. O, TRANS1 ER a
lt/ititl W-U!,-;"",SI' '" o*-
Sth
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY No. 194809
Rl'TH KALI.IS KNOLL,
I'l.iintlff,
va
WILLIAM KNOLL, JR.,
I i-fendant.
TO: WILLIAM KNOLL, 111 ,
4'ii'j Rlchardaon A \ nue
Bronx, n.v.
Vim are hereby notified thai Com-
pla ni t'.i Divorce has been filed
acalnal you and you are hereby re-
quired to nerve a oopy of your Anawer
to the Complainl on Plaintiff* Attor-
ney, and file the m lalna! Anawei 111
Ihe office of the clerk of the Circuit
four) on or before the Mh dav of
November, IIM; otherwlae, the allega-
li'.n- of Mid Complaint for Divorce
w.l! he taken aa confeeaed aaalnal you.
HATED till.-. Mb da) of Oi tober,
l
K. It. I.KATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
bj i:. ii rice JR.
11. puty Clerk
nil Potirl Real
T M.1ANOKF ." W \l t.ER
Utoi ni %- r... i".,int|ff
l-.'n l*n. In It...ul
h !".i
in IS-ll-M H -'
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalsned, dealrfna to engage In
bualneaa under ih.- ii. tltloua name "f
JOE s PRIME MBATH il 42l HnrdlnR
Ave., Miami Keai-h Intenda to n
"aid r....... erlth the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Conn of Dade County. Florida
JOSEPH M TANNENBACM
,,. 8ol Owner
/:"< It S-ii.il
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
' l*n< I, d> i lag to enaas) In
under the Bi til...... name of
ETTORE s BAR at 1759 N. \v. :.4ili
m. Intend to reaiater aald luitu a Itfa
ni Com i ol Dade
' oiinty, Florida.
> >...... LARSON
'. Intereal
JB-JVVi i i; i;. HOLLAND
'j intereat
' IRNETT PELTZ
Attorn r.ir aiih.. ante
IT". S W lh St.
M II :'-!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underalKned, are i-i
bualneaa under the flctltb
scvsl'T ci EANERH OF NORTH MI-
AMI REACH al I Ml N I' "'' d Rl .
North Miami Beach, Flort i I
In i i-'i Istei i Id na me It I
of the Circuit Com t < Dade County,
Florida.
m m:v KLION
ARTIII'K 1 BNYDER
Attorney f ir Mary Klloti
in J-lt-19-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Jra'
the nnderalpned. de-.li ins to enaaar In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
s v MS BHOB RJSBI'TLDRRB ai )!" Ith
Street. Miami Beach, Intends to n--
Ntor aald name jvlth the Cl.-rk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
AltHAHAM S HALBERO 1.....1
10/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underelgned, dealrlne to eiiKage In
liualni-ia under the fictitious name of
BHOWMAN'S REVIEW COMPANY
(Not Inc.) at P. O. Box 16S#. Miami
Reach. Kla. Intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MAX I.KHOST
MORDECAI N. ROBCH
Attorney for Applicant
1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
9/28-10/3-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deelrlng to enBaeTl ''
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
FliORIDA REALTY ..t :'' W, Flaalei
St. intends to regl-ter said name with
the clerk of the circuit Court of Dede
County, Florida.
MAl'RIE sissMAN",
Sole Owner
KEHSLBR A QARR
Attorney* for Apnllcant
1782 W Flaalei St.
II/12-19-M 11 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39038-A
In He ESTATE i>4--
LOl'IB ABLER, Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in aii Credftora and All Peraona Hav-
inu Claims ..r I lemanils Aaalnal mm
Eatate:
You, and each of ymi are herab)
n"iiin-ii ami reejulrad to preaenl any
ind demandi which you. or
either of you, maj have asalnal the
eatate of LOI'IH Aid.Kit. DECEASEIJ
late of Dade c......I,. Florida, to the
Honorable Count) Judgei of Dade
''<" and file the .nil. |n lli. ,i
offli ea lu the 'ounty i 'ourthe
' tount;. I lot Ida, within elchl
ralendai months from the date "f the
firs) publication hereof Bald
oi di manda to contain the leant ad-
r the claimant and to be -^ 01 n
to and presented as aforeaald, or same
a til be bai i ...i s... s,., i|on ;;;.; |,; ,,r
the inc. Protiate \i t
Date "ctober l". IIM
AL1) "E AI ILER \\ EINSTEIN,
Aa Admlnlatratrlg ol I
. "tale of Lulls A l ILER
I >ECEAKED
MAI.VIN ENOLANDER
ENUI. VNUER & TENliRICH
::il Lincoln I
Miami Real h. I'l.i
I" 12-11-26 II J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the in.let algm d, ill Ina to i igage In
the flctltloua name of
B a 0 LAND CI' in.,i Im i .it i i
1":; 95th Street, Bay Hat
i: Ii Ii II, Kla.. int. nd Ii
tar aald na..... with the Clerk of the
t of I m.i- Countv, Fl
EDWARD T Rl IIIBINS
A ELYNORE ROBBINS, hi- wife
Kid, owners
THE) il IRE R M:i.Si IN
Attoi in > for Apulk-anta
I 1.in. o| |[d Bldg
1" 12-19-11 II 2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVBN 'I.
the unlerslun.-d. deelrlng t" eiufaa;i t
'.is,ii.--- bnder the flctltloua mini. ...
WOOL'S RESTACRANTal J031 N V.
17th Ave., Mia mi, Intend t.....
s.i ill name II H the Clei ol Ihe Clr-
cult Coui to; Dadi County, Florida
t'HBHTER A. WCK>DS
i'hkk::sa wooDh
K i IS8LRR a- IARH
Attoi ne) foi Applk ante
I7.' \\ Flakier Ut.
16 11 -' I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKItKKV OIVEN that
thi underelgnod, dealrfna to engagi n
bualneaa under the flctltloua na.......
KIT KAT INN at ::T"i N. W. 17th Aw..
Miami. Intenda to rendatei siii.i nun
with the Cleric of th.- Cln ait Courl pi
I miIi i ouiiii Florni.i
WALTER J, KV.MiTI.N.iM
Sol- 0'i
KKSNI.KH N liAUS
\itoi ii.->s im Applicant
(ft.
lo/ll-il ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalsned, deal ring t.. engage In
business under the flctltloua name of**
ADVANCE BETFJCT1VE Ul'RE M it
t'ongreaa BullOing, Miami, intenda to
i.iio-iii said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ..f Dade
Kloiin.i.
ANIEDINCORPO
A Im orn.
KL'RT WRLLIeCH
Attorne) i... Applicant
im Conarei Bldg.
i" 19-21 ii !-:>
i 'ouni
RATED
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HI.KKIiY UIVEN th*t
del signed, dealt Ing to I naaffe In
I is !. '.to lei tin fictitious ii i
UISCAYNE l..M\lil:ii.\l.\T gi |J] .
llth Street, Mian i leai h, F mm '
tend i" ;.^i-t.i aald name \\iiii the
)"i rk of the. Cln-u 8 On
' 'ounl Floi 'i i
ciia :i.i:s ARM
ETHEL ARM
l'i 19-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERF:BY GIVEN Hi .
idet signed, rleairl
-. undi i ihe to utlou
MAR-8EA-CU SALES at MO N. W.
'.':- Street, Miami I da I let
to the i 'i. i
t he i 'in an c "nit ol I lade i
ALEX FJ COHEN
PAOI SE \i:s
MAROI i C i LARK
A Joint Vent
Sole I m
THE) 'l IRE l: nki.si IN
Attorne) f.-i Appllcanta
11 Lincoln Road HIiIk.
I tl :
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice b* hereby given thai the
hai in. i -hip heiet.ifm*. ubalattna be-
tween us. the under-iKn. -I FRANK
W BAILEY and LEONARD W I.ass-
MAX. a k a LEONARD W LANE,
heretofore carrvlng on Imsmese as
XI'I.ITK SYSTEM ai 117 N W 12nd
st.it. Miami. F*Ia.. has been dlaaolved
by miitiiHl consent from snd after the
'.'7th day of September, i.ii.
Alt di-hts due. ..wink' and payable
by the said late firm will be assumed
and paid for by the remaininv partner,
LEONARD W. I.ASs'.MA.v. a/k/a
LEONARD W. LANK, who will con-
tinue to carry on the said bualneaa
under the former name of NCLITE
SYSTEM
FRANK W BAILEY
LEONARD W I.AS8MAN.
i k a IJCONARD W LANE
BARNETT PELTZ
Attorney for Firm
1711 s W vth St.
in S-12-I9-2I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OATSN that
the under-iun*.ii, dealrtna to engage '"
jbualneaa undei the fictitious name of
SI N-ULO PRODUCTS co. ,m,t |ni.)
il IM Noiih.-asl '.tlli Street, Miami.
I F"loi i.ia Intend to reglati r aald
[with Hie Clerk of the circuit Court of
I Dade Count). Floi Ida
I OEORCE .1 KOTLER
KKNNKTII CIIAITMAN
KOVNBR *i MANNMEIMER
Attorneys for
SUN-OLO PRODUCT^ CO. (not lie )
I, :") 10/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY Oil BN th I
ih.- undei sign
.. 11-ni. r the
\l.\l'|il\" JEWELRY i PLATINO
Cl i. (not Im i .c I IM N \\ Ifth 81 .
Miami, int. n la to regl I name
With 'hi i 'I. :k ol th) i V, nil l .nil t
I m.i.. i 'ounty, Floi Id i
HAMl'EL IIVMA N
Sole Owner
i. ci >N \i:l i mi ISH vtf.
lit.......i for SAMt'EL liv\l N
lnnl do I'..lit llldg.
in 5-12-19-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY civkx thai
the underalgned, dealrlng to engagi In
bualneaa under the flrtitloua name of
TOUA FASHIONS it ISM X K ICSrd
Street, North Miami Beach. Fin., m
fend In I ii.nue with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Dede
Count)', Florida
SYLVIA M'RMAN
REBA I' I.MAX
flERSHON S. MILLER
Attorne) f'-i TOBA FAM3HION8
420 l.lm .-In Road
Beach, Florida
". i-12 19 ."
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS iiri:i:r.Y OIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to eng
. ui di r the flctltl
I'liisllnis TRADINO POST al 741
X \v .'h Ave., Miami Inb nda to i
i.r -ait name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
morris r HoRwrrz
Sole Owner
BEIOEL A IKITKI.M \X
- i. i Morrii B. ll.nwiii
la 12-19 21 l1 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
xnTicK is HEREBY OIVEN that
ii.. nmi.-isinned, dealrlng t" engage In
-s under the flctltloua name or
RERMAN APARTMENTS al ISM
Euclid Arenue, Miami Beach. Fla .
Intend lo regleter aald name with the
clerk or ihe Circuit Court of Dede
'""'"y- ''"'""sKi.MN K HERMAN
JOHAN I. BBRMAN,
Sol.- "w nera
THEODORE R NELS) N
Attorney for ApplF ants
1 lam.In ltd llldg.
1I/S-12-19-M _________^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HINKX that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage in
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
JAJJET MEREDITH at MS* B, W t
St., Miami, Intends to register said
name with the Clark of the Circuit
Court of Hade Coiintv. Florida.
SYLVIA ALTMAN
I M || MS-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tint
the underalgned, desiring to engage hi
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
I. A- A IIKA I >\VF:aI! at _''>! X E IMt
Ave. Intend to reglstci said name wiih
Ihe Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dada
County, F'lniiilii.
BEN l.t'sric
NATHAN AARuN
9/28 10/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei signed, desiiing to engage In
bualneaa undei the flctltloua nan.....f
VARlETi CLEANERS ai I KM 17th
Street, Miami Beach Intend to register
aid name elth the Clark of the C
Court of Dade County, Florida.
\l kROIE MILLER
JACOB RE ARSON
10/5-12-19-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I
the underalgned, dealrlng lo em:
bualneaa umtei the flctltloua name of
SIX STATE TV SERVICE
H W Bt Miami Intendi I
-.ni name with the Clerk of the Cl -
celt Court of I wide County. Florida
BAR) ILD KRAVITZ,
Bole
0 5-11-19

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE M HBRBHY GIVEN that
Ing to engage In
- undi ; the flctli t..w- na mi ol
M'i TH SEAS HOTEL al 17".l Collins
\\-i m i: Intend t" reelater -..t i
ih the Clerk ..f tile Circuit
Hade 'ounty I lqrtda.
Mb II AKI. I I.Klla (W1TZ
iii:ki'.i:i:t fisher
jerome .1 lee
stanley leibowitz
kessler oars
tttorneya for Appllcanta
i'\; w Flaaler si
in is-jii n :-'.'
name
"oUI t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _
NOTICE Is HEREBY CUTS' that
the undeiaiKoed. dealrlng to engagi- In
,|er the rictltl..u nami f
II tRRIMAN -'Il Mi: M LNI'FA" 1 LB-
INO CO iii'-i Ini oiporatedl ai
fl \y i. Miami. Florida
tends to r. | I narne with
Clerk ol the Circuit CoUrt of
"'\ POLARIMO
FRIEDM \X \M' SH tPIRO
Attornevs for V Colai
,bold Hldg.
In-
the
Hade
Mi
ml. Fla
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Xhis column reported two weeks ago about
Marjorie Friedland's trousseau shopping tour of
Col ham Town with mother H.Hi, and that the
women of the Friedland household participated in
the presentation ceremonies of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary's first Louis Marshall award to
father Sam (Food Fair board chairman) .
Whispered among their friends at that time was the fact that
.niple Emanu-EI. of which he is president, might be the site
in exciting birthday testimonial to Sam come Nov. 23
Now the news is out that select Miamians are receiving hand-
i invitations by mail for a supper dance Nov. 24 to celebrate
',60th birthday. He and Heetie will entertain at their N. Bay
home.
What with the 30th anniversary of the University of Miami
nphony Orchestra in the offing and a "pearl anniversary" lunch-
n slated Oct 23 noon at the Top O' the Columbus Mrs. Albert
U is chairman Symphony club members Tuesday were treated
fan exciting music program at the club's first membership coffee
I the season .
Principles Included Bob Strassburg, who heads up Coral Gables
wish Centers string sinfonietta and whose opera, "Wise Men of
lelm." was given in New York early this year .
Joining him was Mrs. Julian Balogh, who plays violin under
_i John Bitter's baton and whose husband, David, is UM Orches-
1 oboist. (Incidentally, he once held oboe chair with the Pittsburgh
nphony.) Appreciative listeners at the Tuesday coffee included:
-. Joseph Carfield, Mrs. Lewis Bsharah, Mrs. Lewis Goldmen and
.M. Lewis Hall .
Hostess tn the entire affair in preparation of the arrival here
guest conductor Andre Kostelanetz to open the orchestra's 30th
lnwas Mrs. Goldman. Membership chairman is Mrs. Hall.
Lenore (Mrs. Sailing) Baruch is on her way back from Cali-
nia. where she went on vacation with her sister, Julia (Mrs.
bur) Blcxh, of Philadelphia .
The end of the week should see Lenore opening her San Marino
ind home.
<
Mrs. Medwin Benjamin is busy these days in her capacity as
fcsident of the local Mothers club of Delta Phi Epsilon. For in
loffing is a club brunch at the Algiers Nov. 10 .
Highlight of the noon social affair will be a fashion show by
of Miami, with a debut presentation of the latest winter
Hes.. .
-All proceed, will be used for the construction of a new
JE sorority house on the University of Miami campus," Mrs.
namm says, "and were rooting for a big crowd."
Sj*akm Mn St., of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewin .
More than 350 persons attended a housewarming social to wish
|lm and Bob well .
Only note marring the Lew ins' happiness is the fact that
Hnes mother is now in the hospital. Friends are hoping for
pedy recover]
tien Vogue magazine hit the stands here, her friends were
Plea to note a photo of Mrs. Albert Pollak among others of
"> dressed women attending the recent political conven-
.f*!v"j**;" '",W(I wearing a white fur toque in her capacity as
we to the Democratic confab in Chicago in earlv August .
The re.ul, now is that she and husband Albert are planning a
ui I? '"own come 0ct M. when ih*y h('|d ufr
uai house party
JJJations guest, bear the name of "delegates." a "key-
r*< other |.Tonalities necessary to the top round-robin of
helun \" oii*k conven"n will be their Thunderb.nl
fflun Miami Beach.
Mrs L II >-
ImiZi.in iv m'*t has hen elected chairman of the Greater
bark. Commission. She recently returned here from
|lM9dan!i'"J Lilli*n scrved > chairman of the commission back
Eiah. ;' lormcr President of the Newark chapter of
rWn"n ,,".'!i"" llliami Beach *' dlvision for Stevenson and Kefauver
P hvtttLriV* j?st back frorn a si*wk vacation in Europe.
Mw'tierlaii,j den' De""ark, Germany, the Austrian Tyrol
k&noonusR"n- Thp ^ R' CM"ho"* "30 Stillwater dr.,
last week when twin girts a blonde and a
h"ngtn k ,'' I1"" t0 **" Co*>rt*" t St. Francis He's ~
Pries wen L Savm8 anl Lon director Twenty!
K 4445 t.il'" rund-the-world trip of Dr. and Mrs. Menr
4*45 Jed -"""u-ine-wona trip of Dr. and Mrs. Henry
with envv ."VVe" recent,y returned home Friends
h1"1? before 11 |lho,ORraPns showing the Blums atop a camel
'*"' open her SlftSl lir*mUn ( **** *" ""'
"here,,,, NL 68,h 5t home following a five-month
[Joodbve to m "1 ,.von Lake- O. Her friends are sorry to
1 "live in?1', '"" Sl'men, who's leaving her Lenox avc.
"vein Washington. D. C ...
The Hf r.
irittna] tea,, Glmb*l are honeymooning it in Mtxico City and
l>m*, abUt ,heir wonderiul
*hcn the, -ii'VP0Ct lo re?u to Miami Beach in earlv Novcm-
'" move "><> their new S Shore dr home.
S'l tarewell .*'*'*
.^ Mr,. Btn b :'."thani Town and hello to Miami Beach for
1 here ""' who've decided to become permanent resi-
*& flJJi
oman s
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Mayor Gershon Agron (left) of Jerusalem gives "inside story"
on Israel situation to Temple Beth Sholom president Ralph
Spero and Mrs. Spero at private cocktail party tendered by
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt. The reception, which preceded an
Israel Bonds meeting at the temple, was a social hiqhliqht
of the Miami Beach fall season.
Sidney Ansin (left), chairman of the board of Temple Beth
Sholom and chairman of the meeting which resulted in the
sale of $121,000 in Israel Bonds, tells a "punch line" to Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Oritt at their Miami Beach home on occa-
sion of intimate cocktail party honoring presence of Mayor
Gershon Agron of Jerusalem.
lucid
lentaiiy. D
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1 ""ho vaccine *" "nnouncemen* "U new discovery
Mrs. Sol Silverman shows Mrs. Anna Washbume, Jewish
Home for the Aged resident, entrance to the new Sol and
Mollie Silverman Physical Therapy Room at the Home.
Dedication of the $10,000 facility is due Sunday afternoon
at Douglas Gardens.
Section B
Knowledge Capsule
At Leaders' Affair
"Knowledge in a Capsule" is what
members of the Conference of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations of Dade
and Broward Counties will reeeive
when they attend the all-day Lead-
ership Training Workshop to be
held Thursday, Oct. 25, from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Ocean Lounge
of the Rnney Plaza hotel.
A stimulating day of learning,
emphasizing fundamentals for in-
telligent and organized leadership,
will be presented in truly "capsule
form" by experts in each field, Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman, chairman of the
day. said here Wednesday.
Four morning workship sessions
will cover "Administrative Tech-
niques." "Fund Raising," "Member-
ship" and "Program."
After lunch, which will be served
in the Imperial room, consultants
will discuss "Qualities of Leader-
ship" and "Parliamentary Proce-
dure," and workshop recorders will
present condensed reports of the
morning sessions. Mrs. Harry G.
Rogers is president of Conference.
Temple Israel's
Grandma's to Meet
Temple Israel Grandmothers'
club will hold a reunion meeting
Wednesday afternoon. Oct. 24. in
the new auditorium of the Temple.
Mrs. Charles Greenfield, president,
is hostess for this first gathering
of the season.
Mrs. Rosina Stern. Miami Beach.
Mrs. G. F. Newberger. Coral Gab-
les, and Mrs. Eugene Wolff, mother
of Henry Wolff, president of Tem-
ple Israel, will be special honorees
of the opening event. Every grand-
mother belonging to a Temple Is-
rael family is invited.
There will be a brief business
meeting followed by a musical pro-
gram. Rabbi Joseph Narot will give
a welcoming address. Cantor Jacob
Bornstein will lead a song-fest, and
Mrs. Arnold Greenfield will play
favorite numbers.
A social hour and games will fol-
low the program, arranged by the
planning committee of the year
Mrs. Harry Nevins. Mrs. Max Mei-
sel. Mrs. Sam Goldstein. Mrs. Jo-
seph Socoloff. Mrs. Herbert U.
Feibleman. Mrs. Jennie Zeientz,
Mrs. Isaac Levin and Mrs. Monte
Selig.
Dedication Sunday
Honors Silvermans
At Groundbreaking
Members of the three Women's
Auxiliaries of the Jewish Home for
the Aged, the Greater Miami
Group, the Junior Auxiliary and the
Hollywood Group, will pay tribute
to Mr. and Mrs. Sol Silverman on
Sunday, Oct. 21, at the dedication
of the Home's new Sol and Mollie
Silverman Physical Therapy Room.
Abe Kurman, president of the
Home, will make the official dedi-
cation of the $10,000 facility at
Douglas Gardens, 151 N.E. 2nd St..
at 2 p.m.
Executive director Maurice
Pearlstein will present Mickey Ber-
man, physical therapist, and Dr.
Eugene Silverstone, of the medi-
cal staff of the Home. Mrs. Louis
Makovsky has arranged a musical
program, with Mrs. Lure Silver-
man, vocalist, and Mrs. Joe Gold-
man, accompanist
Mrs. David Phillips, chairman of
the day, has invited all members
and the entire community to at-
tend the dedication.
Mrs. Silverman is president of
the Greater Miami Auxiliary.
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vJewisli Flcridliari _
Pioneer Women's
Airs Minnie Shtibow will be
toastmaster at Club 1I> annual in-
stallation luncheon on Wednesday
noon. Ocf K H "' *W Uta
Strait Mrs Abraham ShedroHto
, chart* Pioneer Women's affair.
Mrs. Ida Jacobs heads the IWtW
as president; Mrs Abraham Shed-
Irof and Mrs Jacob Coaow.jdce
dents; Mrs. Mhmte Shnbow.
recording secretary; Mrs.JJUIton,
iMalmuth. UuaiUlUT, and Mrs. Nat
!<)strow. financial secretary. _
Jnday, October 19,
tributed.
ualboatridewinH
Chapters State Varied Programs
Mrs Jacobs appointed the fob phie Krant/. announced thai I
,,lVllr chairmen for the coming tor an annual boatria. ...:,.
'vmr the Mesdames Nathan Book-
span an I Molly Wintner. Moetzet
Hapoalot; Unfa Marcus and Isaac
Kat/ child rwcue; Esther cutler,
JNF; Gert Frohman, membership;
1 Mintzes, bonds; Parl Gratz. ways .El Congregation. Mr- p.
and means: Rose Btsher.lamltuj
plies; Z. I.eidman. enttaral: A. Shed-
r,,ii publicity
Zamora Installs
Mrs. Sam Altman
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(iolda Myerson club will k i
annual Child Rco elf
uc card
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Tin sday evening, Oct
" Congregation Mrs |
chairman, with Mrs Be^If?
.stein assisting as cochairman.
Their Child Rescue Fund will
whan merakan-s of the Kadi-
m'ah chanter gel Into the swim with
., pizza iwlm party Sunday, Oct. 28.
it the Venetian Islo motel. Danc-
ing and cards will follow the swim-,
ruing- .
, Mrs Marvin Copenhagen ana
Ins.illation ol officers oi /ainon, Jcaiu,m. !Il>ine head the arrange-
ments committee
Members of Greater Miami chapter, National Women s Com-
mittee of Brandeis University, who attended recent national
conference on the campus of Brandeis University are Mrs.
Morris Alpert. local life membership co-chairman; Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsburg. national board member and immediate past
president; and Mrs. Joseph Duntov. vice president.
BRANDEIS COMMITTEf CHAPTER
Plans Made for Life Membership Tea
Mrs Ben Zion Ginsburg, life memberBblp coordinator lor the
nal Worn. 1 mi e of Brandeis Uni-
entlj at a coffee in her 1.....k to numbers ol h.
ittee at which Urn ware made r
ua] life membership tea of the local chapter.
il- the year We Build" is the them..... the current pi
0, ,, ,i women's 1 .remittee, a non-fund raising organization
.....h project 1- the buildii narntenance ol the universitj
ry Brandos fnivecsitj is the onlj American universit) whose
. I- completely supported by a FriendMf-a-library movement.
Groundbreaking tor the new two million dollar library building was
, ..; th. recenf eonferenee oi the Women's committee
! .,.. from the Greater Miami chapter were Mrs Hen Son
Inirg, National board number and immediate past president, who
, lected to the national nominating committee; Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
. president and book fund* chairman Mrs Morns Alpert ife mem-
hip co-chairman with Mn. Max Davte. M Sidney Schwartz is
,|,.nt Of the local group._____________________________________m
Jewish Center PTA was held dur
mg Friday evening MrrteCI of the
Center last week.
Rabbi li. Leon Hurwit/. spiritual
leader, installed Mrs. Sam Altman
a president others named to office
include the Mesdames I*on I>olo-
witz, vice president; Leonard
Greenstein, treasurer; Saul Green,
secretary; Milton Schncr. corres-
ponding secretary; and Ben Nom-
km. parliamentarian.
Honored dating the program
were Mrs Sam Miller, outgoing
president; Mra. Janice Soldinger,
outgoing secretary; and Mrs. Harry
Grand, outgoing comapondlng see-
retarj
The program was under the dir-
ection ol Mrs Nonikin and Mrs
Edwin Solomon. Gueat speakers
were Abraham Malolf, president ol
Zamora Jewish Cantor; Mrs. Har-
old Reinhard, Sisterhood president;
and Harry ROM, bead ol the Men-
club
Responsive readings were by the
Mesdames Gilbert Press. Harry
Marks. Grand, Raymond Inenbcn;,
Soldinger and Jerome Friedman. .
Among hoste-se- ware Mrs Press
and Mrs. Marks, and acting as ush-
ers were Harry Grand, Samuel Mil-
ler and Gilbert Press
Club 1 will meet Thursday at 7:30
p.m. in the Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation. Acting president Mrs. So-
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Fmanu-El. at the Hadassah Educa-
tion Day Institute Oct. 23 at the
Algiers hotel.
The book is an interpretation by
six eminent ristorians of the 4.000-
year civilization of the Jewish peo-
ple Authors include Salo W. Baron,
professor of Jewish history at Co-
lumbia Iniversity; Oerson I). Co-
hen, librarian of the Jewish theo-
logical seminary; Abraham S. Hal-
j km. professor of history. College
The"meeting will be dedicated to of the City of New York: Yehezkel
lewi h Book Month and United Kaufman*, uisfnaar of biblical
Nations Day. | studies. Hebrew University at Jeru-
Urs Benjamin Appel. president salem: Cecil Roth, professor of rab-
oJ Hebrew Academy Women, will btoks at Oxford L'niversi
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In Busy Schedule
Meeting of the Hebrew Academy
Women will be held Wednesday
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diseu-' Plans lor a membership tea
Seduled Nov. 14 at the Fontaine-
Mean.
>Irs. Alexander S. Gross, pro
gram coordinator, will introduce
MIV Miriam Pell Solkotf, who will
review 'Pillar of Salt," by Albert
Meinmie.
UostesseK are the Mesdames
Ralph Marcus, professor ol Hellen-
istic civilisation, Unhrerlsty of Chi-
cago
A choral group eonafating of 20
members ol the Stephen S Wise
group of Miami Beach Hadas-ah
will render American and Israeli
songs. Mrs. Rose Dellerson, vice
presideM and program chairman of
The Shabbos Coffee
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liB, Jacob Katz. Sidney Rubinowitz. fc ^^^ f tmmmmMigma arn fc
Cfklore Spolter. Jacob Schoenteld.
Xjktz Gluckstat and Hannah Cohen.
UN Week Congress
Theme on Monday
*T.ouise-Brandeis chapter of Amer
ican Jewish Congress will mark
United Nations Week at a meeting
Monday noon in the Algiers hotel.
Program will include a panel dis-1
eusatofl headed by Dr. George Ep-
ley. of the human relations depart-
ment at the University of Miami.
Moderator will be Reuben Blum-
stein. I'M student from Cuba.
Morris Hoffman. Southeast re-
gion director of AJCongress. Will
dttciiss latest developments troin
the Commission on Law and So-
cial Action.
Mrs. Larry Friedland is group
president. Program chairman is
Mrs Joseph Singer.
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Lillian Goodman and Mrs. Sanford
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Three subject- f paramount hu-
a interest today will providethe
fchrme for discussions at the third
annual educational conference of
federation1* Women'! Division on
let. 29 at the Seville hotel.
, P,riev chairman Mrs. Charles
kinberg this week announced tho
brinripal participants in three ses-
mns highlighting subjects in the
L. which cl isely affect the Uvea
f Jewish families not only in
beater Miami but throughout the
World. ..,.,. ,
Discussing the subject, What are
ie problem- Facing Teenager* To.
ay'" will he Mrs. Stanley C. My-
N with Rabbi Leon Kronish, of
rtmple Beth Sholom, providing ad-
itiunal lad- al>out Jewish teen-
ce activity Juvenile delinquency
i Greater Miami will be analyzed,
mphasizintf the recent rash of gang
Holence which has focused attcn-
jon of South Florida's parents on
his particular problem. Acting as
Eemsion leader at the teenage
fssion will be Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
esident of the Greater Miami
wish Community Center.
[ The session on "Israel's Funda-
mental Problems'' will feature an
pdress by Hendrik Berns. foreign
Uws analyst and special feature
inter for the Miami Herald, who
till discuss 'America's Stake in
pael." Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spir-
tual leader of Temple Emanu-EI,
ill speak on What is Our Com-
lunity Stake in Israel?"
| Arriving in the Miami area for a
tries of appearances and confer-
mm. sruiur c. mrtes
ences with local leaders will be Na-
hum Astar, Israel's consul for the
Southeastern states, with offices in
Atlanta. The official will deliver a
first-hand report on the Middle
East crisis and analyze Israel's
current problems. He is expected
to appear briefly before the Fed-
eration executive committee sched-
uled to meet Oct. 30, following the
educational conference.
iami Family Makes $5,000 Grant
To Top Medical Center in Israel
|Sever:il months ago, Mr. and Mrs.
tor Chaplik, well known Miami
HPle. decided to contribute $5,000
sard the construction of a medi-
leenterat Dimona, an immigrant
pn in Israel The center would be
of the famed Kupat Holim
pith organization which serves
kr two-third- of the population
Israel, including all recent ar-
ia.
^ate intervened, and Mr. Chap-
pissed awaj suddenly. Mrs
hplik and her children immedi-
mdecided that the pledge would
Ikept posthumously and present-
la check of $5,000 to Rabbi Max
f director ol the Miami Histadrtit
rimittee. tor transmission to Is-
IkUdrut, Israel labor federa
tion, contributes the manpower for
pioneering settlements and for the
Shapiro and Moshe Herman, execu-
development of the young nation's
industries. It has aiso initiated a
vast network of social welfare, voca-
tional training and cultural serv-
ices for new immigrants.
Kupat Holim. the medical arm of
Histadrut, embraces 1.000.000 men,
women and children. It maintains
16 major hospitals and 880 clinics,
of which the Mr. and Mrs. bldoc
Chaplik Clinic at Dimona will be
the latest and most modern.
Mrs. Lottie Chaplik and her son.
Sam, accepted a bronze plaque from
Rabbi Shapiro as a gift from the
people of Dimona, Israel commem-
orating their gift to the pioneer
community.
Third discussion session will
State-Wide Implication of Anti-
SemltUm and its Effects on Segre-
gallon will be Paul Seiderman, of
the Anti-Defamation League here.
Rabbi Joseph Narot. of Temple Is-
rael, will present "Religious As-
pects of Desegregation." A third
fflaCUSSaiU will be Miss Irene (),.
Borne, consultant on school inte-
pation for American Friends Serv-
ice Committee.
Discussion leader on this subject
will be Mrs. David Catsman. a mem-
'"' of the President's White House
Committee on Education.^
Chairman of the workshop ses-
sions. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrai- an-
nounced that a premiere film show-
ing will take place in the Seville
hotel TV room, to be viewed by a
select group of community leaders.
The film, featuring Hollywood stars
and partially photographed in Is-
rael, depicts the resettlement prob-
lem which faces the North African
refugees streaming into the new
State.
Mrs. Joseph Duntov. exhibits and
decorations chairman, is directing
construction of colorful displays
representing the services of Feder-
ation's many local agencies. The
exhibition wiH be located in the
west lobby of the hotel in the shape
of a semi-circular photo-panorama
featuring dramatic pictures of men.
women and children involved in
health and welfare programs iirthe
community.
The all-day session is scheduled
to begin promptly at 10 a.m., pause
for luncheon, and then reconvene
for a "summary session" until 3
p.m.
A colorful highlight of the con-
ference will be the election and in-
stallation of officers of the Wom-
en's Division. In addition to the
serious aspect of the conference, a
program of musical entertainment
is also planned following the lunch-
eon, Mrs. Feinberg announced.
Breakfast Meeting Scheduled
Mrs. William Feuer, coordinator
of "H" Day luncheons to be given
by nine groups of Miami Beach
chapter of Hadassah Dec. 10, will
conduct a breakfast meeting .it the
Shelbourne hotel Friday moraine.
Chairmen of the nine groups V|
attend to formulate plans for the
luncheons.
Miss Slavia Bennett, Minne-
apolis, Minn., has been
awarded the Hayim Green-
berg Scholarship by Pioneer
Women's Organization. Dr.
Sara Feder is chairman of the
Hayim Greenberg Education-
al Fund. Miss Bennett, a grad-
uate of the University of Min-
nesota, will continue her grad-
uate work at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary in New
York City.
Crippled Children
Due to Benefit
I ir.-t card and games party of
the new season held by the Ann >
Miller Circle of Miami Beach will
be Sunday evening, Oct. 21, in the
Klks lodge bide.. 720 West ave
F.ntirc proceeds go to the Harfy-
Anna Home for Crippled Children
at Umatilla. Fla.. it was announced
by Mrs. Jack Wucher. president.
Special feature of the party will
be the awarding of prizes, accord-
ing to Mrs. Joseph Thery, party
chairman. Mrs. Leo Meyer and Miss
Malvine Schwartz are in charge of
ticket sales.
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Donor Luncheon
On Their Agenda
Annual donor luncheon of Roose-
velt Temple 33. Pythian Sisters,
will be held Sunday afternoon, Oct.
21. at the Seville hotel.
Following the luncheon, a dance
revue will be presented by the Mit-
zie Marie dance studio. Fashions
from pre-kindergarten to sub-teens
will be shown, with Mrs. Edith Ap-
plebaum, of the Charm Modeling
School, coordinating.
Mrs Bernard Bram, donor chair-
man, will reveal the name of the
"Donor Queen." By popular elec-
tion, an outstanding worker has
been selected to receive this honor,
Mrs. Bram explained.
CJA Women
Pick Chairman
Mr-. Louis Glasser v/as Wednes-
day named chairman of Federa-
tion's Women's Division n.wiinatins
committee.
Her group will select a slate of
officers and board of directors to
lead the Division in 1957.
Bandog with Mrs. Glasser 'ire
Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. Samuel
Lipton, Mrs. Fannie Selig. Mrs Is
MC Pushkin, Mrs. John N. Serbin.
Mrs. Meyer Raskin. Mrs. Sidnc>
Lefcourt and Mrs. David Phillips.
New officers will be installed at
the third annual educational con-
ference Oct. 29 at the Seville hotel.
Flagler Luncheon
Slated Tuesday
Flagler Granada Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 30 NW 51st pi., will hold
its first luncheon of the new sea-
son on Tuesday, Oct. 23. at the
Center.
Smorgasbord will be served.
"Guests with preschool children
may bring them along as arrange-
ments have been made to have a
nurse in attendance." Mrs. Morton
Lebar and Mrs. Leo Drutz. co-chair-
men, announced Wednesday.
Miami Sisterhood Meeting
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will meet
Tuesday afternoon at the Center,
it has been announced by Mrs.
Abraham Barkan.
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Flagler Women
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Flagler Granada Jewish Commun-
ity Center Women- Croup met
Thursday evening at the Center
auditorium.
The meeting was dedicated to the
almost 100 new members of the
Center. Program for the evening
was supervised by Mr.s. Walter
Kaye, chairman of the more-active-
members committee.
Members new, past, present
and prospective werr enter-
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Tamara Chapter to Meet
For Games Party Tuesday
Tamara chapter of Mizrachi
Women will meet for a games party
at the Delano hotel Tuesday eve-
ning.
Mrs. Jack Farber is chairman.
Committee includes Mesdames
J)avid Friedson, Sidney Margulies,
Jack Fox. Morris Dubler, Lillian
Oaken and Anna Tritt. Plans will
be discussed for a membership tea
Nov. 27.
Regular Meeting Slatod
Regular meeting of the Anna
Miller Circle of Miami Beach will
be held Tuesday evening in the
'meeting room of the Elks lodge.
720 West ave. Mrs. Jack Wucher is
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Friday. October
19,
Sn tltclQcalm of Society
Cuba Honeymoon
For Newlyweds
IOm Natalie Fendrick and
George Mihaly exchanged wedding
vows Sunday. Oct. 7. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated at the 7:30
p.m. candlelight ceremony in the
Algiers hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
Uld Mr- Milton Fendrick. 1260 NW
51st tor. The groom's parent- are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mihaly, of
150 NE 53rd st.
Mis- Harriet Garland was mid
of honor. Miss Ronnie Wernick ffll
junior bridesmaid, and Sheila Horn
was flowergirl. Mickey Berman was
the groom's beat man. and ushers
Joseph Stern. Bernard Kapus-
tin. Ben Schwartz and Stan Best
The bride selected sown of
chant illy lace with a sweetheart
neckline t immed with peai
cathedral-length train. A tiara oi
chantilly lace with seed pearls held
her long veil ol French illusion.
She carried a bouquet of orchids
and lilies-of-the valley.
The bride attended Florida State
University and the Universitj of
The bridegroom maj 'red in
the i Diversity ol
Miami.
A dinner fur in\.'
. the ceremonj in the Rubaiyal
Out-of-town guests were Mr and
Mrs Bernard Kapustin
Kapustin, Mrs. Bella Kapustin and
i1.. n Schwartz, all from New Vork
I Louis Fendrick, Mr- Pauline
Kernick and Miss Ronnie Wernick,
all (rum Greensboro, N.C.
After their honeymoon trip to
Havana, t'uba. the couple will make
their home at 2t>o s\v 28th rd Hi
ami.
Her Husband
With U.S. Navy
Klavne LaPoff. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving I-aPoff. Pa--aic.
N.J.. became the bride of Jay Tollin
Butter on Sunday
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated at
the 12:30 p.m. ceremony in the
home of the bridegroom's parents.
Mr and Mrs, Aaron T. Euster. 2875
Pine Tree dr.. Miami Beach
For her wedding, the bride wore
a waltz length gown of silk pea" de
soie appliqued with French alen-
con lace A four-tiwtd wll ol
French illusion was attached to a
Chignon pillbox of lace and seed
pearls.
Miss Carol Buster was maid of
honor for her rister-in law. Mr- W
r <.f the bride, was ma-
tron Dl honor. Harold Brook- VM
best man.
A wedding brunch in the Fon-
tainebleau hotel was followed by
an open house reception in the
: home.
Following their Nassau honey-
thi couple will reside In Nor-
fi \. \... where Mr will be
,::h the U s. Navy.
V
mas. jay cvsrct
MRS. JEROMl FRANKfl
Frankel Home To
Be Bay Harbor
Phyllis Barbara Freedman and
Jerome Stanley Frankel were mar-
ried in a double ring ceremony at
Temple Emanu El Sept. 30. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Freedman. of New
York City. Mr. Frankel is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving N. Frankel.
of 8958 Dickens ave., Miami Beach.
The Freedmans hosted the recep-
tion at the Frankel home.
After a honeymoon in Nassau.
the couple will be at home in their
apartment at 1140 98th st.. Bay Har-
bor Island.
Engagements Told
In Greater Miami
Winar-I.orber
Mr and Mrs Jack Winer. Riio
Alton rd.. announce thi
>t their daughter, Madelyn
Judith
Bi idi (room to he Is Ezra Lorber.
lii i- the -"ii of the Isadora Lor-
bera, Spring Valley, N Y and I7~e>
James ave., Miami Beat h
No date lia- been - ding.

Dranow Feld
Mr- Qertrude Dranow, 1931 Nor-
mandy dr., and Milton Dranow an-
nounce the muagement of their
daughter, Daryle Florenee, to Jo-
seph Feld.
He i- the -on of Mr. and Mrs
Jack Feld. 940 SW 22nd ave

LevinePaisin
Announcemasri is being made of
the betrothal of Shirley R. Levine
and Robert F Paaafn.
Mi-- Levine i- the daughter of
Mr. and Mr-. Albert Levine, Cin
IcinnaU.
Her fiance, 1042 s\v Mth ave.,
Miami, 1- the mi of Mrs Luba
Passin, l2tK) Pennsylvania ave and
the lute Sidney I'a in.

Abrams-Marder
Mr and Mr- Philip Abrams. 1425
Alegiano ave. Coral Gables, an
nounce the betrothal ol their
daughter. Carol Diane, to Donald
Paul Maraer.
The groom-to-be 1- the -on ol Mr
and Mrs. Sidney Marder. 6G00 Leon-
ardo st., Coral Gables.
*"H SUSAN COUN
Colen, Gross Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Colen, l Gross, 1670 Daytonia rd
Brooklyn. N.Y., are announcing the 1 Beach,
engagement of their daughter, Su-I
san. to Morton Gross.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Schwartz, Walker
Pick New York
Thelma Davis Schwartz, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Reggie
Schwartz, of 2938 SW 18th st.. he
came the bride of Ben C. Walker on
Sept. 30 in Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated.
Mr. Walker is the son of Mrs.
Pauline Walker, of New York City.
A wedding luncheon was held at
the Algiers hotel following the cere-
money. An afternoon cocktail re-
ception was given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz.
The couple are honeymooning in
the Bahamas and Bermuda before
they return to their home in New
York City.
The bride-elect eraduaW
James Madison High Seta
Brooklyn and i- now atteaa)
University ol Miami.
Her fiance attended Ne
Military Academy, where
uated as adjutant captain, tail
York University.
After serving four ytu
Air Force, stationed in Eni
continued hi- studies at the
versity ol Miami, where the
met.
MISS BfMMf*
MISS WINIK
Levine, Cohen
Exchange Vows
Jacqueline Levine, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Levine, 60 S.
Shore dr.. became the bride of Abe
Cohen Sept. 29 in the study of Tem-
ple Israel.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot officiated.
Mr. Cohen is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Cohen, of Plymouth. Pa.
The bride elect 1- now a student
at the University of Miami and
sing- with the Miami Opera Guild
.1- pail of her voice studies
Mr Marder attended the I'ni-
versity of Florida and is now a
senior at I'M. Be 1- rice president
of his fraternity. Pi Lambda Phi.
The couple plan a June 15 wed-
ding.
a
Brannar-Michaalt
Planning a June 23 wedding are
Paulette Brenner and Merle Muh
all,
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr- Mary Brenner, 726 13th st.,
Miami Beach.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mr- Nate Michaels. 9041 Harding
ave. Miami Beach.
Miss Abrams Now
Mrs. Weinstein
Beth E. Abrams. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Abrams of 1037
Michigan ave., Miami Beach, be-
came the bride of Michael L. Wein-
stein. son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Weinstein. Philadelphia.
The Wynne in Philadelphia was
the scene of the Sept. 30 ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage
I by her father.
Mrs. Miriam Rubin, sister of the
bride, waa matron of honor. Miss
Phyllis Tan-man was maid of hon-
or.
Ruth A. Weinstein, sister of the
bride, and Rhoda E. Periman were
hride-maid- Lynne Schwartz and
Arlene .la-pan. niece and cousin ol
the bride, were flower girls.
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19-1956 '-iWrrgiMjjii
fi Join Forces With Nation's War on DreadDisease
....mn in the (Greater been increasing the ..#,>.,.> f u_:_
Page 5 B
,350 women in ihe Greater
6 irea are joining scores of
^ds f others th*f*
Uion who have dedicated
%0men. of their spare,lrne
L advancement of the City
lL national medical and re-
& center near Los Angeles,
la-i year. The Jew
me time .
horidian reviewed in its fea-
[ptfes a then now work
L -The <"ity of Hope.
L| h Goiter, who has played
Jing part in the institution's
|opment.
prior to -
Miami women have
en-
by
the review, and
i then.
been increasing the scope of their
activities in behalf of this organi-
zation.
The City of Hope started with
two small tents in the desert near
Los Angeles back in 1913 and has
grown to the point where, today.
it is a multibiillion dollar com-
plex of specialized hospitals, clin-
ics, research laboratories and oth-
er facilities dedicated to research
in tuberculosis, cancer, leukemia,
heart disease and other ailments.
"No patient is ever asked to pay
one cent for the highly specialized
hospital, surgical and medical
care given at the City of Hope,'
Elliott E. Belson explained here. I
*

He is the new director of the
Southeast retjion. City of Hope
which recently opened offices ,n
the ( onure.ss bldg.
The 350 women, who are run-
ning a Tag Day here Oct 29 are
divided into two chapters Presi-
dent of Miami chapter is Mrs
Rose Pertes, 445 SW 23rd rd.
Mrs. Bernard ttoldfinger, 1750
71st st., heads the Miami Beach
. ,f ,np C"ty of. Hope, an inspir-
ing symbol of a successful experi-
ment in humanitarianism and
scient.f.c research, needed any
added boost at all. it came last
year with the tragic death of film
star Su/an Ball, who died of can-
cer at the age of 21. "Her death
nidn t mark an end but a be-
ginning," Mrs. Goldfinger ex-
plained.
"Doctors, researchers, clinicians
and others who cared for Mia*
Ball at the City of Hope are now
working at an accclor-ated pace to
find a cure for this malignant
killer."
Outgrowth of her tragic death
was the new Suzan Ball Memorial
rund for Cancer Research
''We need new members for our
local chapters," Mrs. Pertes add-
ed, "if we are to help the national
group spur on this most valuable
work dedicated to the virtual sur-
vival of mankind."
'
Children's wing of the City of Hope, where the parent is as
important a member of the team working in behalf of the
little patient as the nurse, physician, clinical psychologist or
school teacher. This scene is typical oi the care and treat-
ment the mother and the nurse in charge express for their
youngster.
^
m. AND MRS. DAVID MtDMAN
ling Educators Will be Feted
[Saturday by Hebrew Teachers Assn.
wption will do tendered by, Dr. Jekuthiel Ginsberg, professor
letow Teacher* Assn. of
Miami to Mr and Mrs.
[Fntdman following their
Ireturn from a year's stay in
|on a sabbatical leave from
1 Emanu Kl religious school.
[fair is slated Saturday eve-
l the Ritz Plaza.
Jaw, founder end first p.-es-
fthe Hebrew Teachers Axsa.
nd now its honorary praat-
ikiumn wiiit'K [or In* activi-
education circles. He re-
[his early education in Rus-
widedthcJiui-h Institute0*
lewa University in New
hnd wa* graduated from
|College in Ch
mber of the national He
pnen Federation of Amer-
fcpast president and cul-
P*r of the Farband here.
*rvs on the faculty of the
Emanu-EI religious school.
rh he
i one of the founders.
of mathematics at Yeshiva Univer-
sity. Another brother, the late Si-
mon Ginsberg, was a noted Hebrew
poet.
Master of ceremonies at the Sat-
urday affair will be Councilman
Harold Shapiro. Greetings will be
extended by Sol Goldman, president
of the Bureau of Jewish Education;
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau: and Louis
Gadon, president of the Hebrew
Teachers Assn. Musical selections
will be rendered by Paul Millstone,
Mrs. H. Berman and Cantor Berele
Kelemer. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will he guest speaker. Mrs. Angel
Ross is program chairman.
Beth David Women Plan
Torah Luncheon Wednesday
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
a Torah luncheon Wednesday noon
in Beth David auditorium.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will be
guest speaker and discuss "Help
the Torah Light to Shine."
Mrs. Maurice Rabinowitz is Torah
chairman. Co-chairmen are Mrs.
Nate Spiegelman and Mrs. David
Braun.
C u'l,eS and lsrael' sh*
Rf Hebrew both here and
She is ,he sister of
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Cardiac Hospital Chapter
Miami chapter of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital held its an-
nual membership tea Tuesday 2t
[Freedman ha* published He!
r*try in *u,h i. nea "* nuai memoersnip te
P tt^SSar^ *^ C0hen Ha":
L^ U,!"ch nave aPPcared in
Guests at the tea were enter-
tained by a skit, "We've Got a
Secret." Mrs. Leon Freed was mas-
ter of ceremonies.
Panel included Mrs. David Rifas,
Mrs. Jess Glance, Mrs. Maurice
Weintraub and Mrs. Aaron Get-
zoff.
Lodge Honors President
Sunshine lodge 9 of Rebekah will
honor national president Nadine
Slaughter at a banquet in the
Strathhaven hotel Tuesday evening.
Meeting of the lodge will follow at
1828 Alton rd.
Burdine's Slates
Anniversary Fete
Burdine's Department Store
which began with a tiny trading
post in Miami in 1898 will begin
celebration of its 58th anniversary
Friday.
That small trading post has
grown to a group of four modern
department stores in Miami. Miami
Beach. Ft. Lauderdale and West
Palm Beach, which now serve
Southeast Florida residents.
And on Nov. 1, a new department
store will be added to the Burdine's
family a modern structure in the
new 163rd Street Shopping Center.
George E. Whitten, Burdine's
president who first joined the store
in 1913, said that Burdine's growth
"has been keyed from the start to
the amazing growth of this area of
Florida."
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Sisterhood Opens Season
First luncheon of the season of
Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite
Center was held Wednesday noon
at the Center.
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h 71/1. I SholemUdgeEyes^2nd Aimiven
g^L ,*+* A / V m fryUVTvl Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith is Wednesday hv i,
. / JCtr <-/ rWWVWn currently making plans to mark the and Harry sib*
^ 32nd anniversary of its founding Tk_____ ani
Stephen Edward, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Chaikin. will
become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning, Oct. 20. at Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Ste-
phen is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus school and
attends Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious school.

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W^/n
*
Elliott Yale, son of Mrs. Nan
Denner Bernstein and grand-
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Den-
ner, will be Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Elliott
is an eighth grade student at
Nautilus Junior High and a
student in the religious school
of Temple Beth Sholom.
Reception to Fete
Stanley Kimmel
Stan "I M" ed ^'rv
!. IOBj 98th It
Miti n I iturday, Od 20
\u< the tiebr n Academy. Rabbi
i \i. in |< r -s Gron a ill officiate
The Bar Mitxvah has non al
Itending tha Academy since its In
Iception and is a member of tha
graduating class ol '37. He will
conduct the Shachrit and Musaf
s. rrtoaa and Will also read the Por-
tion of the Week' from the Scroll,
in addition to the Haftorah.
Stanley is an honor student at
the Academy, and a patrol loader
and star scout of Boy Scout Troop
No. 81 of Surfside. His parents are
members of the hoard of directors
of the Hebrew Academy and He-
hrcw Academy Women, respec-
tively
Kiddush will follow the services
in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. and
a luncheon reception will be held
at the Royal Hungarian restauran
at 1 p.m.
Out-of-town guest. Mrs Annal
Kreitman. will arrive from "New
York for this occasion. Mr. and
Mrs Sam Cohen and Mr. and Mrs
Iver Blacker of the Casablanca and
Sherry -Krontenac hotels, will also
attend.
STAHiir Kimmii
Steven Rievman
Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Paul,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Riev-
man. 2601 SW 21st st.. Miami, will
take place at Beth David Congrega-
tion Saturday. Oct. 20.
Steven is an eighth* grade BtO-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School and has bean a Hebrew
student at Beth David for the past
three years Me is a member of
I s Y and actively participates m
the Bowling league.
\ Kiddush will follow the Sab-
bath service. Rabbi Yaakov I;
will officiate.
Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith is
currently making plans to mark the
32nd anniversary of its founding,
according to an announcement
Judges Chosen for Contest
Sponsored by Bclkin Lodge
Judge Stanley Milledge, Rep. \V.
('. Cliff" Herrell and Milton Fried
man have been chosen judges for
the Gilbert J. Balkin lodge, B'nai
B'rith essay contest.
The public contest has as its topic
"Why the American Flag Should
be Displayed on National Holidays
All essays of 500 words or less
should be mailed to the Ludlam
Post Office Branch by Oct. 30, ac-
cording to an announcement this
week.
Winning essays will be revealed
at a dinner at the Biscayne Terrace
hotel Nov. 11, and awards will be
made at that time.
Socrates Subject of Talk
Third lecture in a series on phil-
osophers will be given by Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson Sunday evening at
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th
st and Ocean ct. Dr. Wolfson wi'l
discuss "Life and Philosophy of
Socrates." A question and answer
period will follow.
Men's Cob Slates Rev.
Taylor at Thursday Meet
Jules p. Churning, President of
the Men's club of Temple F.manu
Fl, announced Wednesdaj ih..t the
lirst dinner meeting of the year
will lie held Thursday evening, Oct
26 .it the Temple.
Ben Kline is chairman, and Rub-
In Irving I hrman will bit]
BBl -peaker Ray, ,|. Mitchell
Taj tor, ol the Ail Souls Episcopal
Church, who will dismal his recent
trip to Israel
STIVIN KtlVmAH
Young Adult Donee
Temple Emanu-EI Young Adults
will hold their annual past presi
dents' dance on Sunday evening in
the Temple social hall. Woody La-
Vine and his orchestra Will be fea-
tured.
Wednesday hv au.
They arc co-chairm,....
"on h,eh will S23
|,|a"""1 "but persons*?
MWred a wonderful^
tertainment."
The anniversan ttto
also mark publication dl
lem lodge "CUsaOed 1
and Business Directon'-
will be hsted, I'almer'J
said.
Academy Yi
To Salute UN
Fourth grade Greater Miami Htbm,
will stage a dramatic |L
honor of United Natiassl
Wednesday.
Entitled "United H*
Our Children," the fo\
ten by Alfred Casaaj
studies instructor at thej
Mrs Miriam Donna
emy music director, wi]
the musical portion oftfej
Introducing the playleti
bi Alexander S Groa,[_
Students partieipataii
Bear. Shereen Dean,
terman. Thomas Goldriaii
Greenberg, Irving Jacrtjl
an Kaplan. Ronald KjbJ
Makovsky. Heidi Pen
garet Rapaport. MiduaJ
witz. Lee A. Rosenhoiafc \
koff, Miriam B. Woa i
queline Wohlfarth.
Southwest Center
i
Si yum Ha to rah
Southwest Jewish Center will
hold its first Siyum Ilatorah Sun-
day afternoon.
Donors of the Torah are Mr. and
Mrs. Marry Klein and Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Fi\ei
The Scroll will leave the Klein
home 0M1 SW 15th st.. at 2:30
p.m. Mayor f. Miami, will lead the procession to
the Center at 643fl SW 8th st
Guest peaker will be Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Coral Way Jewish Center
spiritual leader.
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Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
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ficiated. Michael is a student
in the religious school of the
Center and attends eiqhth
grade at North Miami Junior
High.
Glazier to Address Youth
Sidney Glazier, city manager of
the State of Israel Bond office in
the Greater Miami area, will be
guest speaker at the teenage break
fast of the North Shore Jewish
Center Sunday morning. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader
of the Center, will lead the dfscui
sion which follows the speaker's
presentation.
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+Je*istirk>ricUnr,
Bami
Beach Boy Lives in Israel Bulldozes the Desert
Page 7B
f.
., Beach couple arc plan-
Ld the tenth anniven
Tho
'[ brael m M are in brael teal
^ of to seventh
Mr. and Mrs Louis
^35 Washington avc.
[rmer hotelman here.
apparently in the Mood
kermans. Their son, Dav-
| yd Amv. married an
I ha- two sons.
Schedule
Barbecue
outdoor barbecue and
%f Miami Zionist District
j,H Sunday evening, Oct.
, hnie df Mr. and Mrs.
don. 2201 S Miami ave.
; W1n be used to defray
fee of needy students in
ural schools "I Israel.
lie affair is Isidor BaJut,
lenmmitlec includes Irv-
chairman. Dr Morris A.
(oe Mechlow. AI Quadow,
Ifiliman and David
I On the food committee
|e H. Weinkle chairman,
tinjile and Nathan Alex-
nmittcc are Mrs Cordon,
.Jerome if \\iinkle.
hi and
On the h" ISC ('iii-
Abe Kasow, chairman,
Inc. Murray Levine, By
! nrgo
i. Peter F. Heller.
nment cominitte include*
jekeiner. chairman, and
fclner. Others arc tcle-
amittce. Mrs. Abe Kasow
|Mr- Uarvie Sootin, Mrs.
. Mr-. Fred Sandier; ro-
lommittce. Nathan Liw,
IJeromc H. Keinkle. Mel-
]lc. Sam Schoychid; door
lie Rose, chairman.
us.
"Doran was born in Denver, ami naviri ..,.,.
Colo., while father David rtudlod^Xp wfftt/52"?t hJS "**
at an ordinance school there." Beck-i vCCn or! /."'l ** ."l*
ennan explained Wednesday. "But into WoM^nttSi!'*'
Boaz is a sabra a native born, gram was i?i?n.ii V. ?tl pro'
Israeli."-be added proudly. ^0^0^.1^'' ,)i,V'f, picked
The .storv goes way back to At- *hTmXg""} "* ** f
lantic City, N.J., where Dav.d went Marine Vorp" "d """ '" thp
to high school and made the close "But there was another war "
acquaintance of a local Zionist, Bc^kc'rman said, -the Israel War of
Morris Batzer. When David and m'^h"tK)n; "n''our David was right
the senior Iseckermans cape to Mi- fact. he^nd' up J\rTti2
irael Army and only
,jdent Truman "is twice the man
President Eisenhower .seems to be,"
David wrote Batzer, and Israelis
are "stunned at the clamor for the
tatter's reelection."
Summing up his feelings, he be-
lllevea that when the dust of the
present parleys and negotiations
have settled, "our ships will still
be barred from Suez."
But the Beckermans will leave
their South Beach home to mark
Israel's tenth anniversary on the
spot. And it is this kind of faith
that bodes well for Israel's future
Fort Myers
Opportunity! *
700 ACRES NEAR CITY and RIVER -
active center frontage on important
boulevard. $310 per acre, 29% cash
and balance 10 annual payments. Fine
subdivision site.
JEFFCOTT
Realty Investments
2400 FIRST STREET
_____FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
Financiers
I Conference
^legation of local finan-
a goal of $3,000 this year, accord-
ing to Chick Sayles, president of
the Assn.
Serving on the Charity Day com-
mittee with Gary are Paul Kirby,
Jack Wilhelm, F. A. Hahne and
Bill Maurelis.
'Bowery Wife' on Agenda
Sisterhood of Temple Zion will
hold a "Bowery Nite" on Satur-
HMfiSL1* ** ** t^ Temple. 5720
[What the Savings and
Jiess Should Do About
passed by j. m. Sink
F of the Federal Home
} Greensboro, N.C.
ointed out that Sink's
of special interest
| savings and loan offi-
SW 17th st.
Joseph S. Guernsey. Orlando, presi-
dent of the Florida Savings and
Loan League; Eugene Mortlock.
president of First Federal Savings
& Loan Assn., New York City;
Charles L. Clements Sr.. president
federal Home Loan ^"AC "*. XTO* f" pres,aem
.* head, has super Cha?eFeder Savings and Loan
Phis Rate's Federal sav-
f1 institutions,
"nincnt in the savings,
who addressed the
I include:
hnesteel, Washington,
r JJera] Home Loan Bank
oW j*' Dreier' Ev-"i--
p-"ient of the Cnited
Wnd Loan League;
Assn., Miami Beach.
USE FOR SALE
F* JSth ROAD
*> s.w.
Miami.
. Owner.
SALE OR TRADE
SEVERAL thousand acres nea
v new $42,000,000 Palm Bead
County Pratt & Whitney je
engine plant site. Excellent fo
INDUSTRIAL or DEVELOP
MENT purposes. Tremendou
potential for speculation. Gooi
income properties ANY
WHERE considered in TRAD!
price: $225 per acre consul)
LKS FARNUM.
Ixctmtht with:
RAYMOt F. MAY CO.
Harvey Bid*.
WmI Pedaa Reach, Florida
TfmpJe 2-1**9
Gasoline Dealers
Boost Crippled
Chiidrens' Group j
Crippled Children's Society will
receive two cents on every gallon
of gasoline sold at more than 300
tilling stations flying a red and.
white Charity Day Banner Friday.
This third annual Charity Day
event is being staged by the Allied
Gasoline Retailers' Assn.. whose |
membership represents every
brand of gasoline. Perry Gary, past
president of the Assn., is chairman
of this year's event.
The group raised more than
*rs attended the 33rd 182,000 last year and hope to reach
hvention of the Florida
I Loan League at Talla-
I hotel last weeeknd.
ipton, president of Dade
(wings and Loan Assn.,
member of the executive
and a director of the
N and Loan League.
fonvention's program of
a "hen the McCarran El^SSt,
stipulating that Americans can not
,serve in foreign armies"
David Beckerman is now a con-
struction man. working in the Ne
Bev with a bulldozer belonging to
mm and purchased with the as-
sistance of Atlantic City Zionist
Morris Batzer. In a recent letter
to Batzer, David wrote: "The issue
has settled down to a play of words.
Nasser controls Egypt. He is sup-
ported by Asia. The West blundered
badly, with its hesitation, and now
it is too late. What grieves us so
much is that the Suez the so-
called International Waterway
S0bc?r7hvt t0 our vessels "M>
1948 And not until the West felt
Nasser's heavy hand on it- vessels
did they lift a finger."
American foreign policy, the Mi-
ami Beach-Israel resident feels
needs "looking into." Former Prcs-
NONt BETTER
5093 acres about 45 miles
from West Palm Beach, 25
from Stuart, 15 from Pratt
A Whitney plant, 10 from
new horse track. Good loca-
tion, good land, high eleva-
tion. Pricod below land
naarby. 29% cash. 3 year
moratorium. This available
few days only.
J. B. POWELL, JR.
Broker
Phono Temple 2-4*41
Watt Palm Beach, Fla.
for oil four needs
REAL ESTATE
in Brevard County
tVMTf WIKt ... or Stt:
R. C BURNS, Reg. Broker
11* Willord St Ph Cocoa 474
'. 0. Box 7*2, Dent. B Cocoa, Fla
OPPORTUNITY
INVESTORS
AVAILABLE AT ONLY $450
PER ACRE
230 ACRES IN SEC. 15-52-39
550 ACRES IN SEC. 21-52 39
606 ACRES IN SE. 22-52-39
ALL delivered with only 29*.
cash. W consider this an ex-
cellent opportunity since land
has been sold as high as 11.000
por acre for Rock Pit purposes
in this township.
Exclusive with Geo. A. Simon
NENRY E. WOLFF CO., REALTORS
120 Shorelond Arcade
FR 9-3435
Kearpet/1? "" a" your obsolete or unused furniture.
J1"081 apphan dlshcs, trunks, kitchen utensils.
ItHRift shop -~ mqSt aavthin* that we can resell in
p jeWish Hruas: A" proceed8 8n8 toward the support
11 for ni t TMi AGia PlMse ^'n* li to us
r$HF 5,1; "P.and we wlu grateful to you.
J H f 2^ A"- n 1-3949 Ctaaasi Sat.rdays
FARMS FOR SALE
H*K Lake City, Florida
500 ACRE farm completely
equipped, 100 head cattle,
100 head hogs. 570,000,
$25,000 down.
360 ACRE farm, 4 miles South
of Laka City, nice house,
completely furnished.
640 ACRES cut over woodland,
potential good growing pin*
land. Fair stand of young
timber. $40 per acre.
300 ACRE farm. 280 acres cul-
tivation, good land, $23,000.
BISHOP AGENCY
413 N. Morion St.
Lake City, Fla.
Phono 965
PASCO COUNTY
4,000 ACRES
8 miles highway frontage
$125 per aero
Terms 20 p.c. down balance- 10
vears with release clauses.
LAKE COUNTY
371 ACRES
4 mile highway frontage
$100 par acre
341 ACRES
No road frontage
S40 per acre
1,650 ACRES
Tampa Area
$100 par acre
Terms $30,000 Cash
Balance 10 years.
KEY WEST AREA
1850 teet ocean frontage approx-
imately 35 acres. Price $70,000.
Terms.
See Robt. L. Oester
ALLIED REALTY, INC.
REALTORS
2400-A. Oakland Pk. Beach Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, Fla
LOoan 4-1286 LO 4-1287
2643 ACRES
Martin County
One Mile Frontage on
Warfield Road & Sea-
board R.R. Within 15
Miles off Pratt & Whit-
ney Plant Site. Future
increase inevitable.
$200 per acre
29% down with
terms on balance
COHlAtT
Rainier Realtor
1239 East Las Olas Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Phone: JAckson 2-2806
900 feet
Business frontage on U.S.
Highway No. 1 nr Homo-
stead Air Base. Ideally locat-
ed. 243 feet deep. Will sail
separately or togathar.
$170 front ft.
SEE TODAY
Comer Block
467 ft. U.S. Highway 1 front-
age. Close in to city limits.
Only $250
per front Ft.
5 Acres
Choice location, ideal for de-
velopment.
Only $4400
par acra
A STEAL
A A FOR ACREAGE
TOWNSHIP 48 S RANGE 42E
DEERFIELD-POMPANO AREA
190 acres 91,500 per aero .
10 acres $3,300 per acre
5 acres 91.50C per acre'
20 acres S2.20-J per acre
35 acres $2,200 per acre
5 acres $1,000 per acre
10 acres $1,6X3 per acre
10 acres $2,000 per acre
214 acres $2,400 per acre
90 acres $3.C00 per acre
5 acres $6,000 full price
6',4 acres $14,300 full price
25 acres $37,500 full price
18 acres $12,000 full price
THESE are just a few of our
acreage listings.
A A REALTY
347 N. E. First St.
Pompano Baach, Fla.
Pompano 3-3712 Evenings JA 2-2438
INVESTORS
DEVELOPERS
The following ore some of the
choice tracts in central Florida
we con strongly recommend:
1400 ACRES $85 PER ACRE 185 ACRES $1?5 PER ACRE '406 ACRES $135 PER ACRE 2J00 ACRES $150 PER ACRE 812 ACRES $350 PER ACRE 78C ACRES $450 PER ACRE 2800 ACRES $1.0C3 PER ACRE SOME OF THIS ACREAGE IN SMALLER TRACTS AND ALL ON EXCELLENT TERMS.
W. A. HARRISON
LAWRENCE REALTY PL 9-0675
KEENL0VEIL
RIAL ESTATE
16121 Federal Hiohwoy
Phone 117-9015
Please!
Millionaires Only
(tymiicQtoi acceptable)
39.000 ACRES
16,000 Cleared and Planted
3 Paved Highways
2 Railroads
2 Beawtrful Rivers
1 Airfield Available
$138 per acre
$7,5*50,000 Down
Stl WRITE CAU
JACK CLARK
tj
Al Bterly Real Estate
Silver Springs/ Fla.
MA 2-3947 MA 9-2809
OEPTNOABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
IIKMH K. WOLFF
SMORFlAND'A<,C 0*
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vJewlstiFhrldlan
I^ay1Octehj|
Bureau Announces
Course
OMTVAB1KS
MRS. ESTHER KORAN
,r in Mtchlcan ;>> ll1"1 Oct. -
Kite ..mi,- here -'> rear* from New
LOUIS FRIEDMAN
,,r |TI Commerce -i dlvd HepaV.M
, mm hurt 14 ear- UK'
day evening. Oct. 24. according to MRS ADoie s. lew
an announcement bv Mever A. Bas ;s< Rldaew.....i << K
kin, chairman of the Bureaus adult J% .35
education committee. iwi on* I Ctareno and pi m-
, ,, ... seven raadrhlMren '"! nine '
Courses will be offered in Hi- Pervlce* ind burial
ton. Bible Survey, elementary and ^*J
intermediate Hebrew on Wednes- >ha|M>1
days from 8:80 to 10:80 P.m. "These ap,thup,7Tnlman
courses will be directed particu- _u -.. .. ., si
|,rU .it Sunday school teachers who
wi-h to gain the necessary credits ^ n ,. ,.n.
toward Sunday school teachers li s
,, aam under the 1955 Code of Pra* *~^
tice as approved bv the Bureau *
Baskiw said
On Thursday. 8:30 to 10:30 em minnii v sjawcm
advanced courses will be offered s .
in the Book of Jeremiah. Hebrew
literature. Augad::h. and Sony and ,
Art tor the Hebrew claw......i Th
Thursday courses are directed at u
teachers In the Hebrew depart
ments of the Jewish schools of benjamin margll'Es
Greater Miami "for enrichment and
alertness credit iweessarj under
the Hebrew Teachers Code of Prs*>
tice "
in.rii In Brooklyn
AFROVEM ooloman
75 ( i >11 Pi nnajrlvnata art died
Hani .'; Retired from Ihe men a ctoin-
lK bualneaa, hi cams her* five ytmn
..*.. fr......heleea, Maen. Hta Wjjj.
Beaale, Hinl t" aorta, in.-lii.iln* 8W,
Miami It.;., t.. -HIM'- rVlCB IM IB-
termaM '. in rhrlaea MS*. -.
BRUCE O. WOLF
13 of IK'S E ISTtri -I Uleil of leukemia
8ay| W V .(.ll lothlna Kl.-rmin. he
,.,,,... her* lea reari >:> from !''""''
Polnte, Mich He la urvurad bi iii
.....Ili.r Mra, Jeanne WiiIJ. an.l two
|ir..ihrra. Martin .ti.l Mtnle> Service*
WM *pm H in RIveanMa Bench *">
...ll iTinpei, N' mMn.lv lle. with
II Ml Melx. l-ell.el,
LOUIS AOLER
......lied s,'l''
, y retired .in-- manufacturer, lie
rk Cltj e.ahi Mjtra
ago Surviving la .1 liaughti-i. HI
w nateln
ABRAHAM COHEN
It, ..r linn NK th ave., IWapai
I'..Int. a retired merchant who came
line riant yen re a*o frim WaaliinKton.
Hi-, .lleil Bjaajt I-. Me waa a Maaon
..nil i* aurvlved by hla wife, lima: a
. U via liter. Mra. Jatuea Acller; brother.
Maroua: and two arrandnon*. Hervlcea
and burial were Sept. 2S.
MRS. ANNA KRCVAT
*>?. of TCI t.ent.x ave who came here
|| \...i- paro tr.nn Kllenvllle. NY., died
Sept If. She helnnged to Firth Jacob
. ..ii' li.in.l, MorrlSI a dauahler, Mr. Kather
Zipper, two .on-. Hoi and I>nvld; two
brothers, two alatera and elx pra nil -
chlldren Servlcea were Sept. It at
ltlveralde-llech Memorial Chapel,
Washington ave. with burial In Ml
Sinai femeteiy.
MRS. KATE LECARDO
7. of IK21 NW 7th at died Sept. tt.
Hhe came fn.ni New York 57 yearn ago
.in.l In survived by her hualien.l. Nlrk.
a win. lieoige Nlchola: two daughlwri*.
Mra. 1.1'iils Inaer and afMa Mildred
Rerkelhelmer: fTur brotJlera. one aba-
ter, four gi iinilriill.il .-n and two grent-
giaJMiihlldreai. Servlcea were Sept J
In fiordon FMneral Home, with burlul
in Ml N. I iVmet.-iy
*m 4omow
THE
JEWISH
WEDDINQ
jTe* .......n, u
eaivMt imiiiLIIM
UM's Prof. Muson Will
Discuss Suez, Mid-East
-
itrev* '
'
i. hmthi ......
- and but I
\. \ w oh i Ion 1
! .
The Stauff er Way
Is Easy and Quick;
Success Assured
In Miami Beach, a new Staufferl
System salon recently opened at ,
725 Lincoln In Hours are from 9, or **
MRS ROSE BLOCK
i.i f
ten yean '"'"
Miami chapter of American Jew- ^ ,.., i.% her huaband a.m. to 8 p.m. to make it convenient
ivh Congress will hold its next ;,','-;
meeting on Wednesday noon at Mrm | Miami Ueach, Mra
Koubek Center. 3TO8 SW 8rd at ';;; -\":
Backsround Mistorv of Sue/ i: .
i j ni \fidrlln F-ivt M< Wnahlnaton ave..
Canal and Present Middle f-.i^t M ,,. >ln- Crisis" will be the topic ol guest------------------------------------------------
Cover page of a new
Jurors for the fifth annual num- ,vA T.,ieK """"i
bers" exhibition scheduled Nov. 7 Jewisn waduig,
to 25 at the Joe and Emily Lowe was Prepared by Rufti
Art Gallery. University of Miami, writer lor Jewish mi
will include Viicaya director Rob- radio and television..
erf Tyler Davis and Willis Woods, i by the Joseph Jacobs (.
director of Palm Beach's Norton tion for Calvert DistilleoL
Gallery'. The third juror will be an-'free copy is youis for Ail
nounced later. Sunday. Oct. 21. is ,nff ,. Tnku n.il .
the last day to mail entry blanks for
the members' show. Entries must
be delivered to the gallery on Oct.
speaker Prof. William B Mun^on. .
oi the history department at the CfVff KigMS HIS lOpiC
University of Miami
for lunch hour or after-work ses-
sions.
The realization of a perfect figure
is the basis of the success storv of
over 220 Stauffer System salons.
Their record of figure improvement
through passive exercise is impres-
sive.
By first correcting the unhealth
Year Book Kkkott Held
Kickoff for the new Year Book
of the North Shore Jewish Center,
chairman Morris Black and Mrs
Louis Gold, was held recently at
the Center.
West Miami Post 223. Jewish
War Veterans of the I'nited States. Jui'cause of ,he figure problem .
will present John B. Orr. State lney eliminate the problem itself.Ieon and games party at the Center.
Representative, as guest speaker !fmjsn Dy 0(fering a different set' 6500 N. Miami ave.. Tuesday. 11:30
Games Party Hold
Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center held a lunch
Thursday evening at Temple Zion. o{ measurements ideal for the body
Kep. Orr's topic will be "Civi
Rights
Firm Will Mark
33rd Anniversary
Louis K
a.m. Hostess was Mrs. Helen Beam
ing at: Tubie Resnik. I
Distillers Co.. 305
Ave., New York 17, NT, 1
I viami r
fit**.
1924
Social Worker to be Speaker
Beth David's newly organized
Young People's League will meet
Sunday evening, Oct. 21. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Estelle Sun-
now, of Jewish Family Service, who
will speak on "Young Adults and
structure.
The system uses four-bedlike
machines. They do the work, super-
vised of course by the salon ex-
perts You literally just lie there
Each machine is a specialist in its
own field, gently rotating a sec-
Pallot. president of tion of the body, influencing it into
Norton Tire Co., Inc. announced proper alignment and correcting w'" s,JTi\,',on u,,u"
Wednesday that the company he the disfigurements These disfigure Tne'r Relation-snips.
founded has Just completed 33 ments are faulty posture, sway- "
\e;irsi,i er\( e to Klondians. back, pelvic dip. hunched shoulders 'White Elephant Sale' UUO
The firm started doing business I In the same rhythmic, persuasive "White Elephant Sale" sponsored
October 15. 1923 with an inventory way the machines engineer the rib annually by the Sisterhood of North
1! i '.ire-, one service man to cage upward and firm the muscle Shore Jewish Center will he held
change tires, and a tremendous and tissue covering the body struc j Wednesday evening, Oct. 24, at the
desire on the part of Louis Pallot ture That s the healthful basis of Center.
tn !>< o| service I the treatments and highly respect
Norton Tire Co is now the :,bl'- according to medical princi-
th's largest is Royal distrib* P,e-
tor. with a chain of seven stores i lho wpropwtionlni and redis-
large Heel of service trucks and ai nl" PrPr d|-
izatiOB ot nora than V5 peo-
ple.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Mi in -K IS HKKKJJY OIVKN thai
underalaned, (tealrlfm lo !>* In
mensions are most flattering for .. rtctitknia name <.f
the bod) structure, it means that r\ TKs?alh
' Pallot savs he believes firmly in ,lr alterations can l>e a thing of si
the future of Klorul.,. and his plans *. P"^ delightful MVin,
of time, dollars and vanitv too.
100IS A110T
call foi addltii n..l outlet- atid con-
tinued i Kpanstoa tor the Norton
Tire CO.
hnSii.
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Renew your health at one of the South'i finest resort
hotels I Guest can go directly from room In robe and
slippers to our own Bath House located within hotel.
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560 Rooms 70% AIR-CONDITIONED
All with bath or toilet.
For Reservations, or for Information,
write or phone: Arlington Hotel
NAtionel 3-7771
Hot Springs
NATIONAL PARK
ARKANSAS
Saleswomen can no longer say.
"The shoulders are fine, we'll just
let out the waist and hips."
\ to the definitely overweight
girl, Stauffer urges her to cooper-
ate with its machines by following
the two week diet it provides Not
often, but occasionally, it does have
to refuse an application in a case
where it cannot guarantee success
Stauffer System salon offers a
tree trial treatment and figure di
i- First measurements are
taken You and the Stauffer expert
come to agreement on which areas
should be improved and by how
many inches.
The expert computes the number
of 50-minute treatments neeawoary
to guarantee you this dream figure.
For results you would need three
I week Many people take two treat-
ments at a time to get the figure
they want, twice as fast

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