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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEE.V
Miami. Florida. Friday. November 2. 1
956
Price 2CX
ighting Rages As British, French Move On Suez

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twwrr COUNCIL STYMIED by unprecedented big three split ON CENSURE OF ISRAEL
st Major Break Finds
U.S. and Russia Allied
I UNITED NATIONS The Western Big Three, mighty partners
\ lie conclusion of World War II in a coalition against the en-
Kbment of international Soviet Communism, split asunder here
M BULLETINS -
|htevy Egyptian mechanized
poured out of Ismaili*
by night for th Kus-
Kiion. Israel jot plan**
dijtely began attacking
j Egyptian convoys.
|Cre reported its major
had joined battle with
bratlis near Kusseime,
| tkat "heavy fighting" was
lilt Wednesday.
ICamter-claims Wednesday
by Egypt and Israel
I 30 plants destroyed in
| Hires-day vtst pocket war
loomed more like a ma-
| conflict with each passing
f. Cain) reported 20 Israeli
downed, and announced
|lt bombers had attacked
Aviv and "other Israeli
I points." It admitted the
of 1,000-ton destroyer at
|h and of two Egyptian jots.
"rt than 300 Americans
evacuated from Israel
*y, and 12 more air-
awaited other Ameri-
hasttning to leave from
I embattled country.
late Tuesday in their first major
difference of opinion.
The split came as a result of a
U.S. resolution introduced before
the Security Council calling on
Israel to cease fire, withdraw to
its boundaries and asking all UN
members to refrain from using
force in the Near East trouble
spot.
Britain and France joined
forces to vote the resolution.
This was the first instance of a
British veto in Security Council
history. France previously had
cast two vetoes.
The U.S. resolution was sup-
ported by the Soviet Union and
five other member nations. Bel-
gium and Austria abstained. In
a last-ditch effort at securing a
cease fire, the Russian delega-
tion reintroduced the original
VS. proposal, simplifying the
first set of demands and merely
calling for Israel and Egypt to
put a halt to hostilities and for
Israel to withdraw to its boun-
daries.
Britain and France again re-
sorted to the veto, with U.S. dele-
DAVID BIN CUR/ON
Continued on Page 11 A
CtN. MOSHE DAVAN
MSTROYIR SHELLS HAIFA
bel Moves to Cut Off Gaza Strip
[JERUSALEM Urli military strategy be-
"1 'Pparent Wednesday as the inspired forces
". Moshe Dayan sped northward, parallel
F Canal, to cut off the Gaza Strip.
nation Result of Egypt
Regular Military Attack
toMa^f*1 into Egyptian
ton \,a- and raided EsyPt'an "commando bases" near a road
I comm '"Ward ,he Suez Canal '*This operation." n Israeli
k aUarU|rn'qUe Said' "was necessitated by continuous Egyptian
Wrna, *!n Cl,,zens nd on Israel land and sea communications,
"I wlmh was to cause
''7'of tt^iSSJ'S TWO-POWCT WORLD SEEN OLD SOLDIER
9ul existence."
Wmmunique
Israeli Intelligence judged that most of the Egyp-
tion army is still facing the Israel border opposite
Gaia, with some three diviisons and 100,000 Arab
refugees easy targets for the flanking movement.
For the first time, an official
announcement placed other
motorized Israeli units within
10 miles of the Suex Canal. It
was not immediately clear if
they had stopped because of
Egyptian resistance or to stay
out of the debarkation line of
the Anglo-French ultimatum
of Tuesday.
Closer to Israal, in the Sinai
Desert, an Israeli communique
said most Egyptian forces had
been "engulfed" by the Israeli
Continued on Page 6 A
-- said the
Sit?Ttnd0 bases are *
2? of KntiHa and Ras-
Kuntilla is about
ln""l'' the Egyptian
Israel Accepts, Egyptians
Nix UN Cease Fire Call;
Blackout Over Mid-East
JERUSALEM Continuing reports of fighting between Israeli
and Egyptian forces were being recorded here Wednesday even as
Britain and France moved their troops in a combined operation to
re-occupy the Suez Canal.
Air battles were reported near the Suez Canal, and reliable sources
indicated that Cairo had a 30-
EVACUATION ON
Gurion Replies
To Ike Letters
TEL AVIV The American
Embassy urged American citi-
zens this week to leave the coun-
try without delay in view of the
increased tension in the Middle
East. The Embassy is arranging
for the evacuation of all women
and children of its officials as
soon as transportation is avail-
able.
Premier David Ben Gurion sent
a reply to President Eisenhow-
er's pleas to him for restraint.
The reply, conveyed through U.
S. Ambassador Edward B. Law-
son, outlined the reasons for Is-
rael's mobilization. Ben Gurion
reportedly assured President Bia>
enhower that Israel's own -inter-
ests require peace. The Premier
also conferred with French Am-
bassador Pierre Gilbert.
The Cabinet met for two hours
Monday and heard reports by
various Ministers on the status
of food and medical stockpiles. A
Continued on Page 6 A
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miles
'iKi,:i>,f
Ras-e|.N,
from the Port of
^iueb is also with-
"'an 'erritory. some ten
;l,heG"of Aquaba.
nu"ique sa.d that af-
"'''WllA
minute air raid alert. This and
other major cities in Israel were
blacked out Tuesday night.
Heeding the UN call for a
cease fire, Israel announced she
would wthdraw her troops, pro-
viding Egypt also accede to the
demand. In Cairo, President Nas-
ser is raliably reported to have
rejected the UN request. The
British-French mobilization is
presumed to be the answer to
this rejection.
An Israel Army spokesman an-
Continued on Page 9 A
BRITISH BOMB EGYPT!
Anglo-French headquarters
in Cyprus announced Allied
aircraft Wednesday night "car-
ried out bombing missions
against Egyptian military tar-
gets." It followed Prime Min-
ister Eden's statement that
Britain wouldn't wait for Unit-
ed States approval to act" to
protect our own interests."
President Eisenhower can-
celed his Wednesday press con-
ference, but press secretary
James Haoerty said the United
States still intends to honor
its 1950 Tripartite agreement
to protect any victim of aggres-
sion in the Middle East.
GET REPORTS FROM NEWSPAPERS
State Department is Stunned;
7 Don't Know/ Dulles Says
Is the 'Old Order' fading Away ?
UNITED NATIONS It is only eleven J^"*"^^8^
tional surrender of Germany. Since that time the wor Id ha.been
divided into two camps poised in cold combat with nonet giving a>
the free West, led by American inspiration and supported b> Britain
and France; and the Communist East, with the Soviet Union its
master. ..
The swiftly-moving events of early this week have **"
end to this era. For the first time since the conclusion of the war
Britain and France have made a decision of global importance, not
Continued en PaejeJA
WASHINGTON A stanned
was in the process of trying to find
critical Near East.
In the midest of his campaign
didate to the Presidential office
he now holds. Dwight D. Eisen-
hower was telling the American
people that "there is good news
from the Near East."
Returning from speaking en-
gagements Monday in Miami,
Jacksonville and in Richmond,
Va., Eisenhower was told by his
aides of the sudden advance of
Israeli armed forces deep into
Egyptian territory. By Monday
night, the President learned that
Israel had moved to within 19
miles of the Suez Canal.
At a press conference here
Tuesday morning, Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles said "I
don't know" 27 times in his re-
plies to the queries of newsmen,
Continued on Page 2 A
State Department early Tuesday
out just what had happened in the
for reelection as Republican can-
Ike and Aides
Revealed Upset
WASHINGTON A shaken
President Eisenhower and Secre-
tary of State Dulles were report-
ed Wednesday "seriously upset"
over this nation's being kept in
the dark about the British-French
decision to reoccupy the Suez
Canal.
Reliable sources here specu-
lated that Israel, France and
Britain as early as last week had
decided on Israel's penetration
into Egypt, with a subsequent
Continu



Page 2 A
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Friday. N^h|||
2.19
Nov. 6 Means Election Day Don't Forget to Cast Ballot
On Tuesday, Nov. 6. Greater Miamlans
will join their fellow citizens across the nation
in a trip to the polls.
On that day, Americans everywhere will
exercise their sacred right oi electing their
national and local officials.
An informed citizenry has it in its power
to install in office men and women capable
of sustaining this nation's role as leader of
the free world.
Events oi the past few weeks, during
which subjugated peoples behind the Iron
Curtain have revolted to demand their right
to self-determination, emphasizes for those
of us who take our freedom for granted the
importance of the secret ballot.
We do not presume to suggest how Dade
countians should vote. We merely take this
opportunity oi urging that no resident here
shirk his duty as a citizen in a democracy
that every Greater Miamian make that sig-
nificant trip to the polls Nov. 6.
Remember A heavy vote means that
our officials during the next four years will
represent the largest cross-section of Ameri-
ca's po'itical thinking and guarantees that
they will speak for the majority of us the
majority of the time.
Mil
CAU FR 4-1]
NMCTloi
Membe
WORLD'S URGES
U.S. State Department is Stun ned; 1 Don't Know/ Says Dulles
Sanford H. Elwitt has been
unanimously elected presi-
dent of the Cornell Indepen-
dent Assn. The Cornell Uni-
versity senior is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. David El-
witt. 9289 Dickens ave. He is
a graduate of Miami Beach
High School.
Continued from Page 1 A
who were seeking information
for an astonislied America. The
Israeli move came on the hoc]- of
a United Nations debate over the
Suez Canal, which was scheduled
to resume this week.
By Tuesday afternoon, an equal-
ly astonished State Department
Two-Power World Seen Old Soldier;
Is the 'Old Order' Fading Away?
Continued from Pag* 1 A
only Without seeking IS leadership or support, but also without in-
rming Washington of then- intentions.
This first significant split in the Western Big Three, which Tues
'.Ay found Britain and France sending troops to reoccupy the Suez
I anal zone following Isratl'l penetration deep into Kgypt late Monday.
also prove- historic because for the first time the U.S. and Russia
principal East-West opponents found themselves allies
The IS ha- been spurred by Britain and Fiance. Russia, in an
unprecedented decision early tin- week, announced possible accession
Hui ry's ultimatum that Soviet forces leave Budapest in a sweep-
ing move to abolish the Communist one party system and in prepara-
tion of tree elections Faced with this decision, as well as with Poland's
defection -ome ten days ago from the Soviet satellite system. Russia
today has to deal with the prospect of withdrawing from a crumbling
European fortress she has dominated since the end of World War II
Thus, the two mighty opponents, linked in a combat deadlock for
II years, are no longer the proponents of a two-power globe. The Iron
i urtain seems to be departing as shifts in leadership and ascendancy
ii new powers with Israel playing a major role are making
themselves apparent.
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learned of the British and French
decision to block any U.S. effort
at the UN aimed at censuring
Israel or calling for sanctions.
Government spokesmen were pre-
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the United Nations designed to
call for a cease fire, for Israeli
withdrawal from Kgypt and for
censure and possible sanctions.
The joint British-French deci-
sion laid the groundwork for
subsequent information to the
effect that the two powers in-
tended reoccupying the Suez
(anal. The President and his
aides admitted having no prior
knowledge of this intention.
Cancelling a scheduled series
ol speaking engagements in the
Southwest this week, Mr. Eisen-
hower late Tuesday appealed to
Britain and France to call off
their plans to rush troops into the
Suez ("anal zone. Mr. Eisenhow-
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Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Kden and French Premier Guy
Mollct. The President expressed
his "earnest hope*' that the two
American allies would give the
UN "full opportunity to settle
the items in controversy by
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Presidential press secretary
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November 2, 1956

^JfMlslifhrkUan
tor Zionists Will Mark Ben Gurion
70th Birthday at Bond Rally Thursday
wZionM- of GreaUr Miami
Kh 70th birthday of Is-
fm mfer David IVn-Ounon
night. Nov. 8. w.th a
Dr Israel at Kncseth Israel
cation auditorium.
hua Stadlan. newly-named Is-
Sds chairman of the Labor
J5Umhlv of South Florida,
rtarge of the meeting.
Kurioal ipeaker^ will be for-
feited State, Sen. Claude Pep-
-*-
,nd Mobilization
illy on Sunday
In-sel will be held Sunday
ling. 10 a.m. at the She! borne
I "
jHtwill be no solicitation, ac-
ting to Jaeb Sner- chairman
[the sponsoring Greater Miami
nmittee for State of Israel
Jjfjs.
tohman Meroz. first secretary
[the Israel Embassy in Wash-
, will be principal speaker.
is expected to supply up-
Mnjnute facts on the fest-ex-
liliddle East crisis.
Louis Ola-ser, former
Mrmsn of the Greater Miami
mttee and co-chairman of
| Dec. 20 "Salute to Israel"
rfuled for the Miami Beach
ttorium, will preside at Sun-
n's session,
tridents and Israel Bonds
! of 203 Greater Miami
jhsh organizations are expected
llttend, in addition to hundreds
volunteer workers for the
as greatest campaign for the
! of Israel.
iLillian Zahn. noted Israeli
tiger, will head the enter-
ed program.
Kr urged all presidents, bond
and workers to be on
I promptly at 10. "Every hour
reounts for Israel," Sher said.
pic end Arts league
i fnqram by Singers
100 members and guests
1 the first fall and winter
presented by the Miami
p Music and Arts League Oct.
the Ocean Lounge of the
1 Plaza hotel.
a* Byrd, coloratura soprano,
mi two groups of selections.
P tU Syraes Morris, Miss
p reach, accompanied at the
Mnder Dellerson, vice pres-
d the Music League, also
W m a unusual presentation
Iwitone.
per and Mrs. Bert Goldstein, for
mer national chairman of the Pin-
ner Women of America. She is cur-
rently national chairman for State
of fsrael Bonds.
Sen. Pepper had a long and col-
orful career in the I'nited States
senate, and in 1948 was prominent-
ly mentioned as a candidate for
both the presidency and vice presi-
dency of the United States. One of
thje 'SouthV greater Hheraj C6ri-
gnesmtcn, he Was a close friend and
adviser of the late President Roose-
velt.
Mrs. Goldstein is considered one
of the most dynamic women in
Labor Zionist ranks, and is known
as "Mrs. Pioneer Woman" through-
out the nation, Stadlan said.
All Farband, Pioneer Women and
Poale Zion organizations in Greater
Miami will join the gigantic salute
to Ben-Gurion. The Israeli Premier,
first to serve in that capacity in Is-
rael when it was born again in
1948, is also leader of the Mapai
party, Israel's Labor Zionist party.
"It is only fitting that Sen. Pep-
per, who led the fight for Israel's
recognition in the Senate back in
1948, should be a principal speak- j
er," Stadlan notad. He said the La-
bor Zionists intend to show "we
stand behind Israel in its newest
and gravest crisis by subscribing
to a record-breaking number of
Israel Bonds."
Reservations for Thursday's
meeting at Kncseth Israel may be
made by telephoning the Israel
Bonds office. A crowd of 500 per-
sons is expected to attend.
Page 3 A
novitz, Walter Kovner, Jerome
Adelman, Rabbi Joseph Narot,
Rabbi Morris Skop, Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard, Dr. Herman Meyer, Dr.
Jean Spirer and Dr. J. F. W. Pear-
son, president of the University of
Miami.
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CLAUDE PEPPER
Local Hillel Survey Declared Top
Success as Results are Tabulated
J,
Flagler Players Put
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Flagler-Granada Players will
present their production of "The
Curious Savage" on consecutive
weekends at the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center. 50 NW
51st pi., Nov. 4 and 5 and Nov. 10
and 11.
"The Curious Savage" is by John
Patrick, noted author of "Teahouse
of the August Moon."
The production is under the di-
rection of Jack Shaw and is the
first of a series of four to be pre-
sented by the Players this season.
Others scheduled are "Lady in the
Dark," "Kind Lady" and a fourth
as yet undetermined play.
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Harold Thurman. chairman of
the community study of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation, an-
nounced Wednesday that the pre-
liminary survey held here was
"most successful."
Rabbi Harry Kaplan. National
Hillel Foundation staff member,
who conducted the study, stated
that the University of Miami Hillel
unit "compares favorably in pro-
gram and leadership with that of
many other Foundations across the
nation."
Shortly before the veteran Hillel
director left for Columbus, O..
where he has headed the Ohio
State University Hillel Foundation
for more than 21 years, he de-
clared that "the University of Mi-
ami Hillel Foundation has great
potential for the future. Its direct-
or. Dr. Donald D. Michelson. is held
in high esteem by the students,
faculty, other religious directors,
university administration and the
community.
"Given the proper support and
staff assistance," he added, "he
can lead the Hillel Foundation
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Volume 30 Number 44
Friday, November 2, 1956
Heshvan 28. 5717
It Just Depends Upon Where the Shoe Pinches Which Foot
The politico-military pundits have been busy since late Monday afternoon "figuring"
the reason behind Israel's lightening move deep into Egyptian territory.
Some have it that the move was pre-planned by England. France and the Jewish
State. Other oi these pundits believe that this is Israel's "big chance." They observe:
Russia has its hands full in Poland and Hungary with rumblings oi trouble break-
ing out through Albania. The French and British continue to smoulder as a result of the
recent Egyptian seizure of the Suez Canal. America is currently in the throes of a Presiden-
tial campaign.
Thus, what better time for Israel than the present?
Few or none, however, come to the essential issue that Israel has had consistent-
ly to reckon with Arab infiltration of her borders and murder of her citizens since the days
of the Armistice.
Israel says that the thrust into Egypt's Sinai Peninsula was designed to neutralize all
commando posts there, from which frequent marauder action has been launched against
her in the past.
Does this seem so illogical that the United States should have called Tuesday for
severe UN censure cf Israel? The U. S. demand, based on its commitment under the
1950 Tripartite Declaration to guarantee the territorial integrity of all signatories to the
Israel-Arab Armistice, raises another issue:
Why did our government fail to look to the declaration in the past when Israel time
after time urged action to be taken against Arab violation of her borders? And why the
declaration's sudden resurrection?
New Evaluation of the Soviets in a Restless Satellite System
There seem to be good things happening in
ipe for the freedom loving peoples of the
woild.
Poland has revolted against Soviet domina-
tion, has ousted top Moscow personalities from
the government and is insisting successfully on
home rule.
Last week, the Hungarians launched a bloody
war against Russian domination with thous-
ands of partisans reported killed by Red tanks.
Fired by the Polish coup, they sought the same
freedom goal.
Similar sporadic outbursts against the Com-
munist heel are now being reported in Al-
bania, as well, and no one knows where the
next show of force may be.
All of which indicates that everything is not
hale and hearty in the Soviet satellite empire
as Communist propaaanda in its attacks
against the "decadent" West would have the
world believe.
The principal advantage in the uprisings is
that the so-called "neutral nations" of Southwest
Asia will now realize this fact. Our telling them
about Communism's true intent was simply no
good; trfey had to find out for themselves.
With so much internal difficulty now on their
hands, Soviet leaders will have a hard time
blaming it all on "oppressor capitalist circles"
and will not be able to discount the world-wide
search for freedom as Western propaganda. Re-
volt in the Russian satellite system will finally
tell these neutrals precisely where the "deca-
dence" and the "oppression" exist in reality.
Another advantage will, it is hoped, accrue
to Israel. The recent surge of a diseased kind
of supra-nationalism among the Arab peoples,
based almost entirely on their hatred of the
Jewish State, has been of late sharply encour-
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The Fruit of Communist Wine
Everone knows the Russians can consume
vest quantities of alcohol. Rod boss Nikita Khru-
shchev is a case in point. Few will forget his
public battle with Nikolai Bulganin before the
British Socialist party on the occasion of B. < K.'s
recent visit to England a battle attributed to
a "tanked-up" Khrushchev.
Psrhaps this is the reason behind a report
from the United Nations last week, in which
Soviet official Mikoyan now rumored the pos-
sible successor to a Khrushchev on the skids
declared that all states should have the right
to free passage through the Sue Canal, includ-
ing Israel.
Only a Mikoyan with the general Russian
inclination for drink could have declared him-
self in this manner. For everything the Soviet
Union hag done at the United Nations since the
eruption of the Suez crisis speaks otherwise.
This is another example of Red dual diplomacy,
which now has them on the run in Eurc
eged by the Soviet Union's divisive penetration
of the Near East. Unlike the West, Russia thrives
on unrest. Her sidelines sponsorship of Arab
aggressive intentions in the Near East is a case
in point.
But the challenge of Russian supremacy in
the satellite system it heads belies what the
Arabs have believed to be her omniscient pow-
er, and Arab leadership is now being made
clearly aware of this fact. Thus, they will have
to reckon with the possibility that Soviet en-
couragement of their war of attrition against
Israel is propagandisic encouragement only
and that they may not be able to rely on direct
Soviet assistance in any aggressive moves they
are planning.
Principally to be remembered is that the
changes taking place in the satellites are in-
ternal Communist changes as Poland amply
demonstrates. Yike Yugoslavia in 1948, they are
not overthrowing Communism; they are mere-
ly telling Russia at-home Communism must
prevail. But the successful challenge of Soviet
influence is a beginning, at least. It shows that
Moscow can be made to withdraw without en-
suing atomic holocaust a holocaust the Rus-
sians have consistently threatened in the event
of any such challenge anywhere, anytime.
by
".Greater Mian,"* I
eration held it, ,hi
cation conference mZH
he Seville hotel 'rwH
THAT'S THE HEAL IMMY
was div,ded into a n,
workshop sessi0ns., -
1 3 ator of a Panel discu*^
Nahum Astar. Israel Consul to U*kJ&"A'&
Berns. foreign news editor of The Miami Herald IT!*1 *~
Lehrman. sp.ntual leader of Temple Emanu El tk "**-
devoted to Israel. nutl. The subj^
No one present would have dared to nreHir-i
to take place but a few houra later Even "m/?.' S
speak, the Jewish State wa then in the process *'
military campaign deep into the heart of Firvnt
destined to bring Israeli forces within nineteen miu
Canal but ten hour l.ter. The Near East SSLSLT '
was an infinitely less complex thing. Presides R?!
during the previous two days, sent as many eommunif *n
Prime Minister David Ben Gurion. in which heTdft"",
maintained at all costs. gea th Pc*l
Mr. Astar made pointed reference to these------- .
emphasized his government's patience in the pa-i R^iTf*
retaliatory raids, he explained that they were the result nt
pressed beyond the limit of endurance the result of a J! ?'
national integrity had been violated again and again bv a2V
sigeance. nr"'
Mr. Berns- presentation was somewhat more detailed c
from Mr. Astar's theme, which concerned itself with Israel'snrai
today, he chose to examine the relationship between VmcricaTii
and a Jewish State. Briefly, it was Mr. Berns thesis that Jeel
must take an objective view on greater occasion than theveJ
do, that they must acquire the ability to look upon the fy
Aral) dilemma as Americans and Jews not as .lews alone.
This was no Dulles foreign policy apologia. It made vat-
Mr. BenU was not solely interested in expressing his critical J1
frequently too narrow view. He also offered his fair share of J
plaint against State Department foreign policy in the .W Eadl

ALL THINGS CHANGl-----AND SO MUST Wt
AMONG OTHER things, he pointed to Germany's unchallenged
** nomic supremacy and political security in Europe hardly
m,is after her total destruction a supremacy fostered by]
WCstcrn Powers as the free world's answer to the encrwrhmeaL
international communism. But the remnant- of German atreeirfj
declared, the Jews who are today the citizen- of Israel, find thenwi
friendless and abandoned by the shamefully humiliating intne
the nations that brought the State into beinit.
Worse. Mr. Berns indicated, if Germany's new might i baa
the West's will to contain communism. Israel's increasingly difi
plight is the result of ill-conceived Western diplomacy in behi
Arab "friendship" a diplomacy that has permitted the su
communist penetration of the Near East.
While Jews who are intensely identifed with Israel end i
argument here, Mr. Berns added to this view the objectivityI
which he previously called. It is not enough, he said, to crrbcrje)
Administration. Our criticism must also be directed against
selves. In this regard, he made much of what he called Am
Jewry's "complacency" a figure of expression needing no eiph]
tion, I am sure, to Eederation workers/who each year must at I
wring the hearts of their neighbors for what Is often less than a{
degree of participation in the Combined Jewish Appeal
It is unfortunate that Mr. Berns' presentation did not
the warmth of recognition I sincerely believe it desened.
he offended his listeners by an incidental reference to Israel's l
public relations here and in Europe for which he had i
in fact and to which I referred extensively in a recent eoliun
parently, what he asked for, flies in the face of an en
too frequently the essential basis of American Jewry's identify
with Israel an emotionalism that has proved of late less:
successful as a campaign method and, more important, th
us to the need of changing our programs in Israel's behalf with c
ing world conditions. For, in the final analysis, the nations r
which Dr. Abba Hillel Silver appeared in 1047 to plead, in I
tones, the case of a Jewish State, are not the same nations thattaj
abandon their charge.

ABUNCi of a posit m PKOGKAM IS PIVOTAl ISSIIl
IT WAS for Rabbi Lehrman at the Monday conference to diseassj
1 spirit of identification which American Jew- must bring
relations with Israel. Insisting upon the consonance be,*"n. .,
canism and support of a Jewish State. Rabbi Lehrman *W"*1
frequently expressed charge against Jewry here that loyally
latter must mean abandonment of the former.
But I could not help, at least in my mind, returning to Mr.
attack against our complacency to his declaration that cm
our foreign policy in the Near East is fruitless without a cons
program as an alternative. In this regard. I recalled 195-!, (
county traditionally a Democratic party stronghold (
whelmingly for President Eisenhower. I do not supposi '"
many people at the Monday morning women's meeting Jj
party lines four years ago; but others here, as well as ela*wa
large Jewish communities across the nation, did.
It is fr them today to search their consciences, to exam
rtrsttu scene since 1952 and to consider how different i-sr
niiKht be now had they voted otherwise. Certainly, there aire .
Oteaa in the matter of one party's policy at But the record seems to indicate. Republican PPJ*"?| ,
standing, that the Democrats would not have stood lot].
Russian penetratipn of the Near East and the detenoraW"
senility in the name of Arab "friendship."
TKIPAKTITl DICLAKATION SUDDtNlY BBOUGHT TO LIGHT
ACROSS THE city, the President Brian.
*"* whose paucity made local G. 0. P. DOlM
poor traffic conditions were their excuse tf
occurrence in Administration experience since 195* "
one reason or another. ihei
But what Mr. Eisenhower had to say bore heavilj on^ 3
of him and his policies being made at that very ^^td
Seville hotel Keenly aware that he was in Miami. >,u. j^jgid,
stated his position as he did several hours later R ltaneoos*l
with regard to the sensational events unfolding j-J"^ ^
Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. No course of action, he
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Paqe 5 A
Letters to the Editor
ThP Jewish Floridian:
|i,0r' Z roar. ... he article by
'fJein Kronish. president of
hfSr Miami Rabbinical
. S appeared in the Rab^
t Come.' of your IMM of
n^RaSi Kronish-s article
L interest and frito-Md his
Lf until I reached the fol-
CWinl .-ta.ement: "All
Lr form- of Jewish education.are
Jicons of another era in an-
ier world."'
, ^leve that this understate-
pt coming fmm the pen of a
Lai Rabbi was motivated by mis-
Lsation or prejudice and. not
knowledge and understand-
have just returned from Or
oy, where I served for several
jrs'with the Engineering Corps
|the l'. S. Army. It became very
went to me during mv Army
i and contacts with Jewish serv
en that there was a marked
nce in the religious attitudes
[one group as compared to the
jer. Those who attended schools
Pother forms of Jewish educa-
n" displayed a higher regard
I enthusiasm for their Jewish
lekground and heritage. The
s who received a minimum or
\ Jewish education were "asham-
| at the gate" for the lack of
wwledge of their history, Bible
1 Hebrew even on a fragmentary
: me remind the revered Rab-
| that these boys in the armed
who received their train-
I in "ther forms of Jewish edu-
n" are not of "another era"
of Mother world. They are
ghcaas. all. no less than those
received their education in
congregational schools. Thou
i of student graduates of such
r forms of Jewish education"
imminent jurists, physicists,
physicians, business men
I community iaj leaders.
iTbe Rabbi should be made aware
that other forms of education are
being encouraged by all religious
factions in Jewish life.
And, finally. I wonder does lib-
eralism nivo one the license to |.
liberal only to his non-Jewish
neighbors but bigoted and biased
to his Jewish brethren?
SEYMOUR J. EISENBERG
Miami Beach
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I am very much surprised to have
read an article by Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish in last Friday's Jewish Flor-
idian.
Rabbi Kronish states that "the
Congregational School is an indi-
genous creation of American Jew-
ish congregation life, in contra
distinction to all other forms of
Jewish education which are reflec-
tions of another era in another
world."
I feel that it is a shame for a
Rabbi of Israel to make such a
statement.
My son is a graduate of a local
day school (the Hebrew Academy)
and then went on to the Yeshiva
University High School. As a mat-
ter of fact the Exchange Club gave
him a scholarship because of his
excellent grades not only in his
studies but in citizenship and com-
munity service.
My son does definitely not be-
long to another era in another
world.
The Rabbi should apologize to
all those parents who send their
children to day schools and Ye-
shivas.
Finally, I want to know does the
Rabbi speak in behalf of all rabbis
in the community, or is it his own
opinion?
BARNEY SACHS
Miami
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
On Oct. 14 last, the regional ad-
visory board of the Florida office
of the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith convened for its semi-
annual meeting.
During the course of our ses-
sions, ,t was my privilege to -.< f%
port on progress and problem, per- ^OUllifiKt KAfllAfl
tuning to the area of resort and **H"VI llClJlUM
hotel discrimination.
Following this report and discus-
sion thereon, on motion duly made,
seconded and unanimously passed
by the better than 100 representa-
tives gathered from all sections of
the State. 1 was directed to com-
municate the following to The
Jewish Floridian:
"The Florida board of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
expresses its gratitude to. and ad-
miration of, The Jewish Floridian
for its meaningful role in expos
in and thereby modifying the so-
cial sickness of resort and hotel
discrimination. The Floridian's
thorough and able coverage of Gov.
URoy Collins' deprecation of hotel ^ *irs-,'
disciimmation. subsequently ear- hf!n 'PP0"11'''1
ried by newspapers throughout thr- inairmen-
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tion.
It is but one illustration of the
sensitivity and sensibility of the
Floridian, in its role of commun-
ity newspaper, and more, of its
impact for democracy far beyond
the bodies of our State."
GEORGE KRONENGOLD,
Chairman
Resort Discrimination
Committee
Florida Anti-Defamation
League
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I want to express sincere ap-
preciation for the understanding
and warmth of your editorials in
connection with Mount Sinai's
groundbreaking, and for the con-
stantly excellent news coverage of
Mount Sinai Hospital in The Jew-
ish Floridian.
Much remains to be done in the
next few months. Public under-
standing of the need for added
and improved hospital facilities in
our area will certainly lighten the
burden of our task.
Your coverage of our efforts,
both in the news pages of the
Floridian and through such fine
interpretative editorials as thf.se
which you published in the past
Of ZOA Convention
Slated in Nashville
Southeast region of the Zionist
Organization of America, which
includes Alabama. Georgia, Ten-
nessee, Mississippi, North Caro-
lin.i. South Carolina and Florida,
will hold its 19th annual conven-
tion at the Hotel Dinkier Andrew
Jackson in Nashville, Tenn., Nov.
2 to 4.
Seymour B. Liebman, of Miami,
is president of the Southeast re-
gion. Jack Speller and Mrs. Wil-
liam Kirschner, of Nashville, have
convention co-
A. Arthur Pekelner, chairman
of the Greater Miami ZOA coor-
dinating board, will lead the South
Florida delegation.
Gil Rappaport, executive direct
or of the Southeast region, said
Wednesday that included in the

two weeks, is of tremendous value
in our mutual goal of making our
community a finer place in which
to live and work.
Again, my compliments to you
and to your staff, and my warmest
thanks.
MAX OROVITZ, President
Mount Sinai Hospital
A. ARTHUR PtKUNIK
program will be such noted per-
sonalities as Dr. Julius Mark, of
Temple Emanu-El, New York City;
Nahum N. Astar, Israel Consul to
the Southeast United States; Mor-
timer May. immediate past na-
tional president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America: and Dr.
Sidney Mark, ZOA national execu-
tive director.
The convention delegates wi'l
witness the Southern premiere of
the new film, "ZOA in Israel."
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Leaders of Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith,
meet at Lucerne hotel for special B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization affair marked by urgent
request for adult advisors to supervise BBYO
chapters here. Left to right are Irving Schatz-
Tnan, arrangements chairman; Jack M. Fink,
program chairman; George J. Talianoff. presi-
dent, Florida State Federation; E. Albert Pallot,
president-elect, District Grand Lodge 5; George
Kronengold, president. Beach lodge; Sol S.
Goldstrom, guardian; and Michael Sossin.
Beach lodge past president and chairman of
BBYO committee.
Israel Moves to Cut Off Gaza Strip as Egypt Shells Haifa
Continued from Page 1 A
advance towards the Canal.
Sources here ridiculed Egyp-
tian claims of victory in the
desert.
An Egyptian destroyer
shelled Haifa's valuable port
Wednesday, but immediate
combined action of Israeli
shore batteries and the Israeli
Navy resulted in the quick cap-
ture of the destroyer. All mem-
bers of the 250-man Egyptian
crew surrendered.
Israel's small but powerful
jet air force, led by recent
Miami visitor Col. Ezer Weiz-
mann, late Wednesday assuxed
Temple Men's Club Officers Installed
i
Albert I. Rosen, of 675 PlinMTj
dr., Miami Bach. was formally eon
scented and installed .>- presi I
of the Men club of Temple Beth
Sboiom at services Pride) evening
by Babbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
r of the congregation.
This 1^ Rosen's second tern a^
president of thi- Temple affiliate.
Other officers anil directors con
secreted were Dr Meyer Eggnatz,
Local Congregation
Slates Adult Series
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation Wednesday announced
its adult education program.
courses trill be given In elemen-
tary and advanced Hebrew and
Bible study.
mm will 1m> held Thursdaj
eveningi from r to 10 pm
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
r of the i. i]i
conduit the series
Irving B. Kaplan and Sol S. Pine,
vice president; Marvin Lewi
Jack Wagner, treasurer.
On the board of directors are
Jack A. Abbott. Zachary F. Baley.
i Brenner. Arthur Burrell.
I I)r. Ralph Cobb. Max V. Cogen,
Harold (iranoff. Jerome Greene.
Inii Groasman, Walter Jacobs.
Frank Kamen
Sam Kantor. Jay E. Kashuk,
Sam Komack. Tom C Kravitz, Sam-
uel Marlin. Howard Miller. Murray
Miller. Melvin J. Richard. Dr. Alex-
ander Robbins. Bernard Rosen.
Sidney Ross. Philip Schlissel, Abe
I Schwartz. Morton Steele. Arthur
, Weider and Benjamin Zimmerman.
The Men's club sponsors the
Temple's youth program, as well
as cultural and social activities.
Presidential Campaign Subjecf
Meeting of the board of clireet-
n oi South Shore Citizens club
will be Saturday evening at the
Blackstone hotel. Subject of dis-
n is the current Presidential
campaign
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the major burden of the fight-
ing. More complete details of
the Haifa naval battle credited
Israeli jets with quickening
the surrender of the Egyptian
escort destroyer.
A late Israeli communique
claimed four more Egyptian
jets shot down Wednesday,
making a two-day total of sev-
en. There was no admission of
any new Israeli losses, al-
though Egypt claimed seven
Israeli planes downed since
fighting began Monday. Israel
has acknowledge the loss of
one observation plane.
Tel Aviv had its second air
alert of the fighting Wednes-
day, but the all clear sounded
after 10 minutes without inci-
dent. Cairo had a 20-minut.
alert Wednesday, and also re-
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Continued from Pate 1 A
scheduled appearance by Premier
Ben Gurion before the Knesset
Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee, was cancelled at the
last minute Monday afternoon.
Town and village governments
gave civil defense preparations
top priority over all other activi-
ties in the three large cities, Tel
Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa, spe-
cial committees were organized
to handle situations arising from
the mobilization which has al-
ready upset many normal activi-
ties.
The government has been an-
nouncing that there is enough |
food in reserve stocks to last six
'nstant stream.\i
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In celebration of National Art
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admission price to $1 starting Sun-
day, Nov. 4, and continuing through
Sunday, Nov. 11. This is an annual
custom of the Dade County Art
Museum, which is open from 10
a.m. until 5 p.m., seven days a
week.
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|,hf initial Rifts committee and
I founders <'f Mount s,nal Hos-
ai 0f $2,373 000 has been
j the new 300-bed Mount
1* Hn.niti.1 "f Greater Miami,
G nearlv =5120.000 contributed
TV W0 weeks since ground-
ing. Dan B. Ruskin, chairman
fthfho>pit^'-'l'^loPmen'fund;
.Wednesday. The over-all goal
ij excess of S4.000.000.
Speaking at a brunch meeti!
the initi
> founders
j in the Madrid room of the
brie hotel. Ru-kin revealed that
new members have been
_j to the founders, comprising
bibutors of $50,000 or more to
Lew hospital, raising the mem-
Jship of this Rroup to 25.
three new founders are Ben
rtowilz. of Marwowitt Brothers,
;Sam H. Rust. of Miami Crown
jibutors, Inc.; and Sam
tartz. of Wolfie's restaurants.
lae initial Rifts committee, un-
> the chairmanship of Leonard
fan, set a goal of $1,500,000
ts share of the drive and made
i for a series of small dinner
fines to take place in the next
[month- in the homes of mem-
of the hospital's board of
Wees.
tien said that color slides show-
|the variety of activities, includ-
j healing, research and teach-
carried on at the present
i quick order."
Members of the initial gifts com
mittee, in addition to Wien and
Ruskin, are Isadore Hecht, vice
charman, and Sam Blank. Samuel
N. Friedland, Samuel A. Goldstein,
Aaron M. Kanner. Sidney Lcfcnurt]
Samuel C. Levcnson. Marcie Liber-
man, Stanley C. Myers, Max Oro-
vitz. David Phillips. Joseph M
BOM, Sam ft R.,st. Jacob Sher
Harry Sirkin, Carl SossUnd, Ar-
thur A. Ungar. Carl Weinkle and
Louis K. Wolfson.
Mount Sinai Hospital despite limit-
ed and inadequate facilities, will
be a feature of these meetings,
with explanatory comments by
members of the hospital staff and
executive director Samuel Gert-
ner.
Wien pointed out that the suc-
cess of this campaign pattern was
demonstrated at a "trial run" meet-
ing held last week at his home, re-
sulting in substantial gifts.
"These contributions give us
tremendous encouragement," he
said. "It i very good evidence that
the beginning of construction of
the new Mount Sinai Hospital
meets with the enthusiastic sup-
port of our community. We know
that we have a big job to do in
raising the balance of the funds
needed."
Z t a e left to right) Dan B. Ruskin. chairman of Mount Sinai Hos-
ptal development fund; Isadore Hecht. vice chairman of initial
a.fts division; Marcie Liberman; and Max Orovitz. president of
he hospital. They discuss campaign plans with Leonard A.
Wien. chairman of initial gifts division, at a meeting in the
Seville hotel last Sunday.
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'Jewish Studies'
Series Scheduled
A series of seven sessions in
"Jewish Studies" was Wednesday
announced by South Dade Jewish
Center. Spiritual leader Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard will head the
H -sions.
First in the series will be on the
topic, "Comparative Religion."
and is scheduled for Monday eve-
ning at the home of Dr. Henry
Wechsberg, 1201 Andora, Coral
Gables.
Second session will be Nov. 26
at the home of Harry Gunther. 620
Tibidabo. Coral Gables. Subject is
"Understanding the Bible and His-
torical Background."
Training School Hears Talk By Rep. Orr at Beach Meet
Meeting of Miami Beach Home
and Training School for Retarded
Children was helu Wednesday af-
ternoon at the Monte Carol hotel.
Program was conducted by Mrs.
Harry Koretsky, president. Prin-
cipal speaker was Rep. John J.
Orr.. Jr. Educational report fol-
lowed by Mrs. Jerry Rosenstein.
Tifereth Israel
Slates Meeting
Special social meeting is being
planned by Tifereth Israel Con-
gregation Monday evening, Nov. 5.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth
David Congregation, will be guest
speaker. Preview of a first-run
film will" also be presented.
Rabbi Abraham Herson. Tifereth
Israel spiritual leader, and Mar-
shall H. Comis. president of the
congregation, said Wednesday th;it,
T'this affair is of the greatest im-
portance and warrants the inte.< t
and attendance of the entire con-
gregation."
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+JeHl*tfkr*M?n
Birth of Jacob and Esau is Significant in Today's Struggle
Tl.r foilowfH| is another i~. a series oj artwles prepared b> SJMri*l
leaders herr for Thr )eumh Flonduxn Rabbmu.il Comer ,., ...of--'-
anon u'llh the Greater Miami Rabbinical Asm, Rabbi Ab
Herson. of Ti/errth Israel H"rthside Center, .s morjinalor o/ tins
Assn. f>roRrum.
By RABBI ABRAHAM HERSON
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
The birth of Jacob and Esau is
narrated in the Sulra of this
week. Detailed description re-
lates thiil Mother Hebekah ^>ul-
fered severe pain of pregnancy
because "the children struggled
within her."- Our commentators
tell uv that she went to consult
the sages at the School of Shem
and Eber and asked. "Lomoh reh
onochi?" "If it be so, wherefore
do I live?"
She was informed that "two
nations are in thy womb, and
two peoples shall be separated
from thy bowels."
li;iyodavim' yedai Ksoti." the
. the world of Jacob, per-
sonified in ih.- "kol Yaakov."
lbvi acob, which em
or the \\na-
M hooli of learn-
i
Tir.: R bekah's anxiety was
not trivial but of a profound na-
ture. "Lomah BCD onochi'': "Is
tin- all worthwhile.....Should I
contribute to a struggle which
may never end?"
The Midrash sees a prophetic
revelation in Rebekah > words.
Attention is called to the word
ieh" in her anguished cry "Lo-
moh seh onoeW It explain* that
numerically "zeh" equals twelve
A person finish** after being
called to read from (or to make
the blessing* over) the Torah. He
then remains standing end a sec-
ond person is called to read (or to
make blessings). When does the
first person leave or go back to
his seat?
According to some of the cus-
toms of the land of Israel the first
person waits until the second ha>
concluded the blessing over the
Torah before his reading. The cus-
tom in the lands of diaspora is that
Question
Box
oeforPcCrC.Calledup^'
There are some wh
the reason fr WaiUl
concluding blessing hi,
(twettl a eat" .1
th* Or* unti tf*lo<|K^onttbrC?,,y
second has completed the blessing immediately after i
after the reading of his portion blessim- ofhis sUCceSIor >,?
not only disturb the eonjL'
but also would he unable ui
attentively to the readme
next portion.
I AM* AUAMAM IUKSOM
. tfctit r$ r##*#n
Rashi. the prince of commenta- (scven for" "zayin" and five for ness the "wa-yisrotsesu" the
tors, expounds this statement to
The Rabbinical
Corner
refer to the fact that when Re-
bekah stood near synagogues or
schools. Jacob struggled to
emerge, but when she passed
idolatrous places. Esau eagerly
attempted to come forward.
Being enlightened as to the
reason for her travail. Rebekah\
concern reverted from the phys-
ical pain to that of spiritual vexa-
tion. If the twin brothers were
struggling before their birth,
what of the future of these two
who were destined to build two
nations of opposing ideals one.
the world of Esau, representing
that of brute force and evil
"hai"). referring to the Twelve
Tribes of Israel of which Jacob
was foreordained to become the
father.
Further emphasis is made on
the word "onochi" I. The use
of the word "onochi" is inter-
preted to mean a prophetic augur
of the time when God would re-
veal Himself at Sinai, commenc-
ing the Ten Commandments with
the word "Onochi" "I am the
Lord thy God."
Mother Rebekah was justified
in her concern. If in the infancy
of family formation, a battle for
domination existed, what chance
for survival would there be for
a priestly people with a mission
so opposed by other nations?
Today ReboJtah's cry of "If it
be so wherefore do I live?" is
voiced by many mothers and
many nations. This call may be
heard from the oppressed people
behind the Iron Curtain. We wit-
battle of nations from the
Balkans, the Middle East and the
Far East. Today, this human dra-
ma has assumed a global scope.
Why is this done?
Several reasons are given for
this custom. Generally, it is
claimed that this is done to show
that a person does not run away j
from the Torah as one would from wh' *oe* he do before
something that bored him. He lin-
gers on until the next person has
been summoned up in his place
to show that he regrets having to
leave the presence of the Holy
Torah.
In our local congregatia,
simply shakes hands vjtj,]
standing near the Torah nil
ter of courtesy. It js mentoj
the Rabbinic literature tbaM
should take the longer *|
Some writers clam that this *"d the snor1er *y op. I
ways are equidistant one |
come forth from the right i_
part from the left. This aj
of course, to show that <
rival before the Torah is i
sirable to him than hit i
from it.
custom alludes to the conditions
that prevailed when the Torah
was given at Sinai. Then there
. .,,......) .Mtii were three principal parties in-
Today we are concerned with ^^ ^ ^m[gMy Moses ,nd
Israel. Thus there is an attempt
to have at least three men lined
up before the Torah: the reader,
(A Jewish ': Afran|
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ACUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
av*. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Heim.

ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg. Cantor William W. Lipson.
Votet i i n a irdas 9
a in. Be I K>n o(
Mi d m -. Marvin I

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Louis Gartenhaus.
l'i iii;iy S 10 p m s..turea *-n
Sri men i Indina : -.1 In i niiki b
Places."
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Gross.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
Ml Kl II i
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HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Ith st., Homestead. Conservative,
ris Gerti officiate*.
>r and the FomdlIteply to
Toynbee'a I'hallewte of Uie Jew." Sat-
urday S a.m. Annual Qopeecratloej of
new pupil* "f the rHlglou ei hooL
Sermon: "In QumI of a Rii thriaht "

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
l-rlday n.l.". |i.m. Bermon: "*'li'
Judalam Differed." Saturday 11 a.m.
Bai Mitxvali. \nliui. boo nt Mr. and
Mr*. Sidney tVlltl.wii Smith.
JEWISH
WEDDING
BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
avt>. Conservative.
hii<'H> 7 30 i> in. Mr ami Mi- FfaV
\ b.tl. iSatuidav :t.:t" it til.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie eve.
the very atom of life or death.
The struggle between nations has
resulted in a mad race for nu-
clear supremacy. Man has delved
into the very recesses of life's
holiest sanctum, the atom, and
in so doing has exposed the hu-
man race to the gravest condi-
tion that has ever bees faced.
It is today that Rebekah's cry
reverberates throughout the
world' "If it be so, wherefore do
I live?" What of creating life
when man does not appreciate the
value of life? What of life when
man is bent on destroying the
mother which, created him?
At thi< time when we nrp en-
tangled in the perilous human
struggle, the Torah offers us the
only solution: remember the
"Onochi"! Man. remember the
moral law! Be mindful that the
world cannot be fashioned by
the "yedai Esau" the bloody
hands of Esau' Ere it is too late TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami,
and a new conflagration ignited, p 0 ^ %1t North Miami. Re-
turn to the Houses of Worship.' |orm#
Spread the knowledge of God. I Cover page of a new
for in the fin;il analysis, men | TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17h describing emotionallynd
and nations will have to accept ff Conservative." Rabbi Alfred beautiful customs and rim
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world is to survive. If it be so. | ,.,,,, ,-, ,,, h,for, ,,il prepared by Ruth Ji
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. tion for Calvert DisulleTS
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glanti.
i i Ida' l:S0 p.tn Bermon: 11 eel
Mtnda \ i t<" Inejplai-
ii,,m ..f ne offlcera "f MhaJom round
Baturday a.m.
ChartlBI the t'oura* for the '"
ture '
e e
CALX III DIHIIUI* rOMSIt
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
I I ]i IU S. I I'lTV
Mai in.
an rrei
\i.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
Friday 15 p.m. SVrmon: "Mlle-
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75 nr family tnembers. spturdjay
a.m.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
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five. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
man.
e e
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern.-Cantor Maurice Mamchet.
Friday '".*' p.in SaMnda\ *
Bermon: Hiiai KpparatM Broth-
i J*' 'ih .i mi jN.ui."

BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky.
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM. NORTH SHORE CENTBR. 620
1725 Monroe ?., Hollywood. Con-i 7Sth Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer
tervative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
Fi ila> I 1.'. p "i Hoi"moll "Inrael
and th.- Rleotiena." Saturdnv li
a.m. Bar Mlnvah: Beoty, eon of Mr.
and ifn N by Jaw obi Ronald, bob
of Mr. and Mrn. IU i nard U.w.nthal
Bermon "Weekly Portion."
Yehudah Heilbraun.
hiid> au n in Bmnon: "The
1'iiiit-B of I'ltlaenahlp." Nnme-alvlng
reremonj for Infant m
and Mm Allan Nldlli ii
u in.
e e e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malevtky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
Friday i and || p.ra rial men
"Wantlna la Uve Mi ni d Mrs
ii i KVhlff to ,-.n-..i ini-k Bhabbnt
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TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
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T and 15 p.m. at M.m. k
II.. I iiiifr.lu of Miami rampii-
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wet
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Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudotph
rill.
Friday S:l"' p.m. Sermon: Cn it
Hirthili.v Mr and Mr- Harold
It.inlwti.lt to hold (incit Sliablmt. Sat-
i.T.i.i. l:to a.m. Bermon: 'WeeWly
Pol I i.in."
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Friday *>:i". p.m, Bermon: Jews In
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1'hlllp Stoller.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Paul
Bock.
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Mnvember 2. 1956_
Aides Reported Upset Over Secret
' It w* the secrecy of this nla
+leU,nri^
I continued from Pag. 1 A
L Bri^h-Krrnch operation to
Km o mm to Biwrantoe Us
S!ritv H "" "'dioa,ed ,!ere
fcilar tb condiUoni of the
I Tripartite Declaration, in
;hlhc United States, Great
1 and France pleged to-
fintee the existing Lsrael-
border-. Britain would
, move to Egypt's assi
preti
mvadei.
the prefer that Egvpt had
-- informed Wash-
hclieve
in circles believe that the
, British-French decision to
jjJn Israel from UN censure
being branded an aggressor
.ports this view.
-
It was the secrecy of this plan-
designed to bring back British
domination of the pivotal Suez
Canal seized by Egypt's President
Nasser last July 26 in violation
of international treaty that makes
the# canal a waterway open to
shipping of all the nations of the
world in peace and war to
which President Ensenhower ob-
jected.
Secretary Dulles immediately
summoned top British and French
diplomats here to register U.S.
objections. French Ambassador
Horve Arphand and British Em-
bassy Minuter J. E. Coulson re-
fused to discuss their meeting
with Mr. Dulles following the in-
terview only admitting that
the critical situation had been
discussed.
Page 9 A
ting Rages British, French Hit Suez
| Continued from Pago 1 A
Lccd here thai Israeli forces
Jd captured K.i-cima. ten miles
file Egypt in the north shoul-
of Israel'.- >int of penetra-
Thc also de-
ed that I Ptian Rus-
itedArf 1st Rounds
^Lowe's'Jury'
: Solomon, noted FlorkU ar
and heal ol the Sarnsota
- been named
jjror for the fifth annual
kbtrs' exhibition at the Joe
I I owe Art Gallery, I'ni-
koiMtmi. Nov. 7 to 25.
pbert Tyler Davis, director of
qn. and Willis Woods. direct-
Ike Hwten Gallery*! Palm
: are the other jurors.
sian-made MIG jet fighters had
been destroyed. Israel claims
only one plane damaged.
Meanwhile, in Cairo, an Egyp-
tian communique claimed that
an Israeli tank attack had been
smashed near Kusseima the
point previously reported cap-
tured by Israel. According to the
communique Jewish Stete forces
sustained heavy knee*
the fighting provided the
Kukdrop lor the combined Brit-
ish-French move on Suez. In
I-ondon. it was announced that
the joint operation was moving
up to occupy positions on the
Suez Canal at Port Said. Ismailia
and Suez. British and French
Naval fleets were also steaming
through the waters of the Eastern
Mediterranean, and it was reli-
ably indicated that parachute
troops of the two powers were
poised on Cyprus 250 miles
awav from the canal.
THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4 A
|froir our our-e of maintaining peace. On the surface, this was an
nirable position to take.
More specifically, it betrayed the famous "Eisenhower low boil-
oirt. for it showed great distress at the fact that Israel might
the Admini-tration into a forthright position vis-a-vis Israel
i the Arabs prior to Nov. 6 In addition, it contained a veiled
MttoJew- lure that American support of the Jewish State must
I m taken [or granted (Suddenly, the Tripartite Declaration of
V- 1950, hud become an issue the declaration previously for-
aad never invoked in Israel's behalf.)
Whether one eared for this Eisenhower firmness of purpose or
t'li*aLat lc:''' ,l('v''d of ,ne kir|d of formlessness and weakness
f as been the President's principal characteristic in the past.
It wand his fellows are the chief culprits in the present Near East
B> is clearly beyond doubt. If the Americah people will it Nov. 6.
[ Aflnunis.-rati.,,, s last achievement may well be Mr. Eisenhowers
eou* wrath in supporting our Arab friends against those nasty
(u aggressors.
PER ANNUM
iami
Over
100,000,000.00
ederal
Savings and Loan Association
l-AROBST and OLDMT IN MIAMI BIACM
d5vv ,ei1 Washington Ave.
aahlrtgton Ave. 71st and Harding Ave.
260 Sunny Isles Blvd.
1d-VOUR NEAREST MAILBOX!
The Democrats: Four Democratic party big-wigg to reckon with
in the November elections are (left to right) Jerry Carter, Flor-
ida's own "Mr. Democrat," vice presidential candidate Estes
Kefauver; Dick Gerstein. candidate for Dade county state at-
torney; and Johnson E. Davis, Dade county Democratic party
chairman, taken during the recent tour of Sen. Kefauver
through Florida.
New Program
At Beach Branch
Beach Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
is embarking on a new program de-
signed for junior high boys and
girls.
A Girls' Friendship club has al-
ready been formed, and it meets
each Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.,
according to an announcement this
week. The club is open to girls in
the seventh, eighth and ninth
grades. Other friendship clubs lor
both boys and girls will be organ-
ized as rapidly as sufficient num-
bers apply.
Second in the series of activities
will be a Cotillion open to boys
in the eighth and ninth grades and
for girls from the seventh and
eighth grades. This activity will
feature dancing, mixers, games and
the learning of social graces.
A modern dance class is also
being offered to girls in the sev-
enth through ninth grades.
YOUR ATTORNEY
knows who is qualified to be a Circuit Judge! He knows that John Punty
is doing a fine job in that office! The fallowing 100 attorneys (anH many,
many more) urge that you vote for; Circuit Judge John Punty on Tuesday!
Jack A. Abbott
Leonard Edward Abel
Marshall H. Ader
George J. Alboum
Johnothan E. Ammerman
Fredtrick N. Barnd
Jason M. Berkman
Get son Blatt
George Bolles
Stanley M. Brody
Alvin C. Cawn
Herman Cohen
Albert Devore
Murray Dubbin
Paul I. Englander
Malvin Englander
Sanford Freed
Mortimer Fried
Melvyn B. Frumkes
William C. Galtber
Hymen P. Galbut
Seymour Gelber
Joseph J. Gertton
Paul E. Gilford
Robert R. Gilbert
Charles Girtman
teenurd I. Glaser
Robert Golden
Murray Goodman
Seymour Goamaa
Aram P. Goshgarion
Morton Green wo Id
Arnold Greviar
Lewis Horwiti
Herman T. his
Jacob A. Kauifmon
Aran King
Robert L. Ko:ppel
Sanford H. Kramer
George N. Leader
Walter B. Lobowltz
Eugene Lemlich
Martin lemlich
Stanley Joel Levine
Jerome Linet
Burton loebl
Joseph W. Malek
Milton Mamber
Milton Mannheimer
Lloyd Marks
Wilson C. McGoe
M. L. Mershon
Gcrshon S. Miller
Nestor Morales
Grover Morrow
Joseph M. Nodler
George S. Okell, Sr.
George E. Orr
Bob Peterson
Milton Richmond
Robert M. Riddh
Leonard Rivkind
Milton Robbins
Joseph Rosenkranti
Benjamin I. Shulman
Arthur Roth
Burnett Roth
Ernest Roth
Morton Rothonberg
Milton Rubin
Samuel Rubin
James Halley Ruby
Melvin Schaffer
Phillip Schiff
George Schwartz
William Shapiro
Romeo J. Shepard, Jr.
Mordecai N. Rosch
Michael J. Silverstein
Harry B. Smith
Norman Somberg
Harvy J. St. Jean
Stanley S. Stein
I eon L. S to Her
Eugene Sulzberger
Sanford M. Swerdlin
George J. Talianoff
Eugene Tannenbaum
Lloyd A. Tewie
Lucille M. Von Arx
Samuel D. Wallace
Morris G. Warner
Paul Warren
Warren S. Wepmon
Eliot R. Woston
George G. Whitney
Richard Wolfson
John C. Wynn
Bernard R. Young
Raphael K. Yunes
THE
NOMINEE
OF THE
DEMOCRATIC
PARTY!
ASK
ANYONE
WHO
KNOWS
HIM!
' "i


PULL LEVER 23-A
for CIRCUIT JUDGE
JOHN PRUNTY


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'age 10 A
+Je*ist> floridiair
Friday. November 2,
DAVID SCHWARTZ
Campaign Oratory Brings to Mind Phrase-Makers of Old
"THE election is filling the air
with speech-making. It bat
been questioned whether speeches
change any votes. Do we need
them" Thomas Jefferson was n.<
speech-maker, we may W and he
got along. Moses was no speaker.
He even suffered from a speech
impediment.
But Thomas Jetterson had
Patrick Henry and James Otia.
who were masters of the incandes-
cent phrase. The American Revo-
lution could hardly have dis-
pensed with them Moms wm n"
-peaker but he had Aaron with
him and the Biblical account sup-
ports the view that Aaron made
up for the deficiency of Mom
Franklin D Roosevelt, when he
got down to it. could made a good
speech himself, but he had Rob-
ert Sherwood. Sam Rosenman and
Judge Provkauer writing speeches
for him. A biography of Al Smith
just published reveals what a
prominent part, a speech written
by Judge Proskauer, played in
the case of FDR. It was Pros-
kauer. according to Al Smith"s
daughter, who wrote the famous
Happ.v Warrior" speech which
centered SO much .ittention on
FDR. Ironically. Roosevelt ob
lected to the quotation about the
Happy Warrior, the thing which
brought it national attention.
Israeli was roared down in
Parliament when he made his first
speech, but as be -,.t down, he
prophesied that the time would
COHM when they would listen t'<
him. He was right.
Perhaps the two outstanding
American political orators of
Jewish derivation were Judah P,
Benjamin and Sen. Isidor Rayner.
of Maryland. You will find sum.
samples of Benjamin's oratory in-
cluded in most of the early com-
pilations of great American
speeches He was the kind pt an
orator who could make an impres-
sion on the Senate. He was not
a rabble rousing orator like his
contemporary. Toombs. Rayner of
Maryland was less known but he
was an impressive speaker.
From the standpoint of popu-
lar oratory in America, the Jew-
ish laurels must go to a woman
MiTTO\ FRMEDMAX
New Horizons for the Grand Mufti?
W, shingtcn
A Hitler aide who once recruit-
^ ed Yugoslavian Moslems for
the Nazi SS may visit Communist
Yugoslavia in quest of volun-
teers" for Arab forces He is Haj
Amin el Husseini. notorious as the
Grand Mufti of Jerusalem."
The Mufti was honored during
World War U at Zagreb. Yugo-
slavia, by the pro-Nazi I'stachi
puppet government. Will he be
received now by Marshall Tito'
A spokesman for the Yugoslavian
Embassy in Washington categori-
cally denied knowledge of such a
isit. But US sourees said that
Yugoslavia, while publicizing cur-
rent visits of Hungarian and Ro-
manian leaders, was seeking to
keep the Mufti's coming a secret.
One report is that Tito agreed
at the recent Yalta talks to fur-
nish volunteers" They would
.serve in the Egyptian forces
against any Western attempt to
liberate the Sue* Canal. The
volunteers" would be Moslems
trom the Bosnian region of Yugo-
slavia. They would, of course, ac-
tually be members of the Yugo-
slavian army or militia.
It is thought significant that
Djuro Puc?r Stari. "President" of
Bosnia, accompanied Tito to Yal-
ta. Perhaps it is sigmficent that
Marshal Zhukov took part in the
Yalta meeting. The Suez issue waa
certainly discussed. If the Middle
Kast is transformed into another
Korea, the possibility exists that
Communist Moslems from Yugo-
slavia would serve with the Arabs
against Israel.
During World War II the Mufti
broadcasted over Radio Berlin He
urged Moslems everywhere to join
the Nazis and slay Jews His slo-
gan was: "In Heaven Allah, on
Earth Hitler "
Far from being an actual holy
man of Islam, the Mufti is a pro-
fessional revolutionary agitator.
He did more than any other Arab
to foment the anti-Jewish disturb-
ances in Palestine in the 1930's.
He was originally supported by
British Foreign Office elements.
But Winston Churchill later de-
scribed him as the deadliest en-
emy of the British Empire.
In 1941 the Mufti helped en-
gineer the Syrian revolt in colla-
boration with the Nazis When the
revolt was overthrown by the Al-
lies, whose ranks included many
Palestinian Jews, the Mufti es-
caped to Berlin There he became
Hitler's chief propagandist on
Middle East issues He received
decorations from both Hitler and
Mussolini.
Berlin records reveal that the
Mufti sought to block the escape
of a trickle of European Jewry to
Palestine. He urged concentration
camp gassing of more Jews. His
communications with Heinrich
Himmler are a matter of record.
An active recruiter of Moslems
for the SS. it was in that capacity
which he visited Yugoslavia.
and not a man. I don't think there
can be any question but that Er-
ne-tine Rose, now almost entirely
forgOttM), merits the first prize.
She was a pioneer fiehter for
women's rights. She was born in
Poland and lived later in England.
She came to the I'nited States
during the forties and became an
advocate of contemporary radical
cause*. They had some very good
speakers in those days people
like Wendell Phillips. Channing
Garrison. Ernestine Rowe. as I
s.iv was principally known for
her fiht for women's rights. Su-
san Anthony, generally regarded
as the top figure in the women's
rights movements, admitted ow-
ln| her inspiration to Miss Rose.
Some American rabbis might
conceivably have made a dent as
American political orators liad
they given their talents to that
field. There comes to mind
Stephen Wise who might have
been another Brypn. He had in
organ like voice and a capacity
for phrase-making to match the
Nebraskan.
I can imagine Abba Hillel Sil-
ver making a great nominating
speech at a politicil convention
He delivered an opening prayer
at the Republican national con-
vention* four years ago, but I
think he would be better at mak-
ing a nominating speech than
praying, although he delivered a
beautiful invocation. I suppose his
fame will rest more on his quasi-
political speech his address be-
fore the United Nations for the
establishment of the Jewish State.
There are many books on "How
to Make a Speech." They tell you
to put in a little of this and a
little of that. Unfortunately, they
don't tell you what to leave out
and it seems to me that it is a
very important part of a speech.
Public speakers are apt to for-
get that, like the preacher who
was discoursing at great length on
the Prophets of Israel. First he
began with the mnjor prophets
and after going to wearisome
lengths on Isaiah. Jeremiah and
so on. came to the minor prophets,
Ezra. Nehemiah and Habakuk.
"Where shall we place Habakuk?"
he called out. A member of the
congregation arose and shouted:
"He can have my place, I am leav-
ing."
liiMIUUT G. MIT
Ferber Novel Portrays American Life
Hollywood
LJENRY Ginsberg, formerly head
" of Paramount Studios, pro-
duced, in association with director
George Stevens. "Giant." Edna
Ferber's novel of Texas, which
now after two years of prepara-
tion and filming has been shown
to the Hollywood press "Giant"
is essentially a chronicle of three
decades of American family life
and the profound human emo-
tions generated out of the prob-
lems of our changing times.
In spite of its overly long foot-
age the screening took 3 hours
and 17 minutes "Giant" is an
exciting piece of entertainment.
The story pulls no punches jn its
;.ppeal for racial understanding,
taking a radical position not mere
ly for tolerance in the South, but
lor justice for all Americans re-
gardless of creed and color The
age of "Giant" is clearly
phrased. The filmization of the
Edna Ferber novel demands re-
OH THE
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HILARY MI\DLMX
RELIGION AND PSYCHIATRY. By Harry Silvtr.ton. Ml
Yerk: Tw.yn. Publishers. $4.00. "
|>R HARRY SILVERSTONE. who is the son of Rabbi Gedalua
*" stone, the first rabbi for Washington, DC, is both a rahh
practicing lawyer. This book, his seventh, combines his exnen I
a spiritual leader with his studies in psychiatry. Chapter hetfj
elude, for example. Science and Religion, The Inferiority Comnh
Religion, Depression and Religion, Marriage and Religion and i
and Religion. 0|
It needs hardly be said, of course, that Dr. Silverstone fimki
incompatibility between religion and psychiatry, at least not 3
as he chooses to discuss them. Both can aid man in his continual!
of adjustment to his confusing life in a confusing world Bo
means toward self-understanding, and towards confrontmentS ]
often unpleasant reality.
Working from his own definitions. Dr. Silverstone sets don,
of the aspects which psychiatry and religion have in common.'
they "both teach you to have faith, to believe positively andcoaaL
in yourself, your ambition, your work, your destiny Let nothing
appoint you for nothing but good is permanent ... And both nlM.
and psychology agree that you cannot aspire if you look down ij|
happy, contented, and peaceful, you must always look up." Or'
matters most in life is not how much we protest, dispute, and I
but how courageously we live and fight.. Life will always makei
as long as we match it with heroism." And: "it isn't how long]
live but how WELL we live, not how many DAYS we get out of|
but how many DEEDS we put into life," etc.
The book is full of this sort of truism, and that makes it i
insipid, in my opinion. Although we have seen a rash of these "pen
guidance" books in recent years, the ones which the reading |
has taken to its collective heart have been those which offer a [
deal more than you can get from Aunt Sarah's homespun visdm]
Liebman's "Peace of Mind" and Peale's "The Power of Positue ]
ing" are just two which come instantly in mind.
The difficulty is that the moment you mention religion
psychiatry in the same breath, you come up against a host of pn
which have great importance to the individual It is to Dr. Silver**
credit that he occasionally skirts the fringes of MOM of these que
although his answers wander off to some Pollyanna-land and i
do come to grips with that "reality" for which he is so busily i
ing. Dr. Silverstone notes, for example, that the official Catholic!
tude toward psychoanalysis is such that a Catholic "certainly i
mortal sin by undergoing it." The question here, it seems to i
not whether analysis is as efficacious as Catholicism in cool)
man's ills. It is, rather, what it is that the Church fears in;
analysis. Are they afraid that the morality of the analyst's coucit
supplant their own' Are the moralities different1 If so, whics on
correct? Do they think that a successful analysis obviates the nteij
religion? Why are not other religions as fearful?
One can keep on asking questions whose answers are bawl
thoughtful life. One of my favorite puzzles is whether Ira
the origins of religion, as explored in. say, Theodor Reik's'
adds to or detracts from the divinity of a theology. But Dr. Sill
does not find issues necesary to his discussion. The author hedil
idea for a book, but to my mind, he dropped the ball hard.
-FO V ITU 1 V Mill Off _
'Black Gold' May Tell New Tale for Israel and the Vest
TWO HUNDRED oil wells, each matching the out-
put of the first one brought in at Heletz last
tiens and achievements of our
Spanish Mexican brothers, the
oldest settler- at the Rio Grande,
who bled and died for the Stars
and Stripes in two World Wan
Dore Schary announces the
forthcoming production ot Hroin
en Kirnamui," with Millard
Kaufman assigned to prepare a
in m screen adaptation c.f the
famed Dostoievsky novel which is
in the public domain Manl\n
Monroe (Mrs. Arthur Miller) long
ha- beta eying the role of Gru-
shenka. a character portray by Anna Sten in tne German-lan-
guage production of 1931 which
starred Fritz Kortner as Dimitri
Karamazov.

Milton Sperling tells me that
' Marjorie Morningstar" definte-
ly will start in November and
that Herman Wouk is now polish-
ing the script In addition to Eliz-
abeth Taylor, Sperling is trying to
year, will meet all of Israel's needs at the present
rate of consumption. Israel today has eight wells.
This is far short of the goal, but with plans to
sink 12 more this year and at least 35 in 1957, the
quarter way mark will perhaps be in sight or sur-
passed, if most of the new wells prove economically
feasible. Experts stress the "perhaps." for they are
wary of predictions, constantly revising their opin-
ions in the light of new facts. They will not even go
M far u to predict if the Heletz field will continue
to produce, or if it will dry up. Predictions of
rich oil finds in Italy and Australia, for example,
made the experts look like fools. So. every predic-
tion must be taken with a grain of salt.
At present, only four of Israel's wells are in full
production, each producing about 120 barrels daily.
Two more, of the same capacity, are expected to be
in full production shortly, and the remaining two
Hows nmr \m
will be tapped in several months These a*'
will produce about four percent of the ""J"J
need of oil products for which tef^JJ
$40,000,000 a year. Thus, each well wiU awi
about $200,000 (in foreign currency) annuau
it pays off the initial investment. Producm
rate of 120 barrels a day. each well is I
repay this investment within 18 monu
It is not only the foreign currency *J]
is important. Its paramount importance\m*jl
ing a new industry in Israel, an industry ***
supply work for thousands, unskilled aj
alike. It will permit Israel to smile at an
cott. if any of the world powers wishes
one at the bidding of the Arab slates. AM
oil. plentiful and at a low price, will "
to overcome its paucity in other fuels, i
gas and wood.
Parties Adopt New Tactics to Woo Jewish Voters Hoy.6
adopted by the national conventions of
THE CLOSER election day approaches, the more
intense the race for Jewish votes by the Re-
publican and Democratic parties. Both parties have
come to realize that there is really no such thing as
a collective "Jewish vote but that each Jewish
voter can be influenced to cast his vote for this or
the other Presidential candidate, just like any
other American citizen.
Hence, the growing competition between the Re-
publicans and the Democrats for individual Jewish
votes which finds its expression in 'verbal duels"
between speakers of both parties Hence also the
appearance of Nixon and Kefauver at the conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization of America. The
*PP^al to the Jews is based primarily on
"'Both platforms contain *
discrimination by foreign ^rn*
American citizens on the ground
lig.on. Jews in the United State,.are.
eve of the elections, watching with ^
what the Republican Admmistratio
check the Arab boycott again-
tmeriap
This includes not only the tde WJJj
the Saudi Arabian be* on *
the American military base '" '^" try
On this point all the Jews m *&
out exception are united "Ulli"
a Amerk-an citizens, a


^nber 2. 1956
ish Education Confab in Capitol
Will Survey Teaching Held MjIB^lKSHfftta
LEGAL NOTICE
R?J,S?-J,.Y.-rf.l9ATION
Page 11 A
., nf the Issues that will
EV -riiy a d forth;
e third national conference
,;;' education in Washta*
: wa, presented this week
judah Pilch, executive di-
rt ,he American Assn. for
Education, sponsoring the
tnce with 32 national Jew-
anizations and agencies
7s schwartzman. executive
lor of the Bureau of Jewish
fee here, will represent Mi-
, the meeting.
conference, devoted to the
Manpower Crisis in Jew-
urttion," will he held at the
tj,j, weekend tr^fMt9
ftnft of i^f fo *' pTOTWr
ral session and in special
encompass all major
i, Music Review
ries Slated Here
rd Clarke, noted musicolo-
Itook reviewer and member
i faculty it the University of
will give the first in a
\vi 20 reviews on music and
in the auditorium of the
t Woman's club. 1737 N. Bay-
] dr., Thursday morning, Nov.
renews arc open to the
either as a whole series or
numbers. No credits are
[for attending There will be
music program after the
1 on each occasioa.
Ml MOVE DESCRIBED
mm AT REPRISALS
citinutd from Pone 1 A
|atackinn these two points,
troops have taken up
is west of the Nachal road
towards the Suez Canal.
teaman for the Foreign
itry said that Israel has oc-
I position* at Nekhal,
reprisal raid by Israel
alter three Euyptian corn-
units entered Israel ter-
Sunday night. The units
i raptured inside Israel near
Gaza strip border. The third'
ifscaped. although one of its
prs was believed wounded
i exchange of fire The lead-
one of the raptured gangs
'ed that they had been
[ into Israel to commit sabo-
and attack Israelis.
FOR
IN
E
IN AND
FLORIDA.
aspects of the problem," Dr Pilch11,?5?3
pointed out. -The economic and so-! mSV'',!-
cial status of Jewish educational j 1)(>,Ys u:will...
personnel, the scope of the teach-1 i>. r.,, i ,,'
DADE COUNTY!
CHANCERY Np.
er's professional service and the
potentialities for widening that
scope, the ways and means for
teachers recruitment among our
young people and the re-evaluation
of motivations to embark upon a
career in Jewish teaching, the ex-
.ky"'-V;7!:'S,^SI" """ ".f Kan.
K>. ..<. Aldus Mr,., i. II,,. |!lc,nx
I>.\TKI>: October 2*. i:,
'.:, P i i:atiii:rman.
< l.rk. (in nil Court.
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name with the cierk of the Clrcolt
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abstaining. Lodge explained
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I'leadlng In the Clerk's Office on or
before: th.- Srd da.) of December, 1S".
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the ri II. f .1..maud."I in the Complaint.
MviEM thla 28th da\ of October,
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forts to be undertaken to make
hhe teaetier's work more signifi-
cant arid personally more satisfy-
ing, and finally the exploration of
practical means to help the teach-
er grow professionally while on the
job all thfcse'eomponent parts of
the total manpower problem in
Jewish education will be analyzed
thoroughly and will be reviewed
for appropriate action." |g mS^STJ^MSff.
Partial answers to these ques- Honda.
tiom of far reaching impact," Dr.
Pilch continued, "have been pro-
vided by the results of the various
regional conferences held by the
Assn. in various parts of the coun-
try last winter and spring. The
findings of these conferences will
indeed be the basis of recommen-
dations to be adopted by the con-
ference. These recommendations
will of necessity be geared to a
two-fold purpose the speedy
initiation of a system of short
term stop-gap measures and for-
mulation of a long range program
for teacher recruitment, training
and development."
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tii.- Circuit Court of Dade Couaty,
I- lol Id...
DAWSON .1. BROWN
ukixki.k a ki:ssi.i:i:
Ml Beybold Bldg Miami
Attornei foi applicant,
i>.i-.ipi ,i. Brown
n *-9-U-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OP/EN that
the Dnderilgned, denlrlng !> engage in
bualneiui jnder the flctltloue name <
JERRY'S SERVICE STATION a JER.
RI h Al'Ti RENTALS at $06 2 Ird
Bl M B i-" i Intenda to retfiter uild
with the Clerk of the Circuit
(louri ol i >ade < inty, Ploi Ida,
m >L BAVADER
Bole i' ner
. n I-i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deniring to engage in
imsiii.-s under the flrtlttoua name of
BEDFORD PARKING al Ml N, K 1-t
Street Intend to regiHter said mime
with tiie Clerk of tin- Circuit Court of
l>ade County. Florida.
BIPNEY POZEN SO*
CHARLES K. BINKOW M*
in/i2-i9-:'>; 11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN that
the undersigned, daalrlna to enaage in
bualnesa under th** fictitious name of
BISHOPS TRADING POST at 743
S,W "'ill An' Miami intends to regla-
ter laid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit court of I'ide Oountr, Florida.
MORRIS B. HuRWITZ
Sole Owner
BEIOEL TEITBI.MAN
Attorney! for Morrli B Mm wits
in I2-1-M 11/2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY No. 194809
RUTH PALL-IS KNQLL,
I'l.iintiff,
WILLIAM KNOLL, JR.,
I i.f. ndaiit.
TO: W ll.1.1 \M KNOLL, JR.,
4.'.:':' Rli hardMon Avenue
Bronx, n v
You are hereby notified thai Com-
i f,,r I ilvorce hai been filed
against you and you are hereby re-
qulred to >PJ of yoUF Answer
to the Complalnl on Plalntlfri Attor-
ney and file the original Answer in
th.- office of the Clark of the Circuit
Court on or before the Ith daj "f
November, I9M otherwise, the sllee-a-
llonn of i 'I ('""'el i inl for i
will I., taken .>> confeseed ugalnit you.
11 \ti;i thli Ith daj "f < lotoberi
i- B LEATHERMAN
dei I Court
b) i: ll RICE, -lit.
11, p nj Clerk
i Court Real
T \l.i \\'( 'M' \v IM.ER
\n.>i M k for Plaintiff
il'ii Lincoln Ri
Miami Beach i
II 2
LEGAL NOTICE
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
-Jenl** rttrkUar
olicMs vow legal notfc**.
W apprerlat* your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
ratee
Phone FR 4-4366
lor messenger service
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d. -nlni: '' engage In
flctltloui name of
ci,< dtll>\ REALTY al MS W t lar ler
St Intends to register said name wltn
tl. Cl. rk "f the Cir. nit Court of I'.ol.
''...... H"r"laMM'.lll' SISSMAN.
Si.!. Owner
KKssi.ri: I OARS
.mi,,i nej for Apnlloaat
in |!-lt-M ll -' ^_^________
ikj -r^?J'SE BY PUBLICATION
er, cvIlE.,-5:,,.RCUIT COURT OF THE
I. rto^eTt JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT OF
u-rIlA',,N AND FOR OADE
MvVmi um ,.CHANCE"Y No. 195037
MARILYN RUDENSKY
Plaintiff
VH.
ELI RI.'DBNSKV,
I defendant
T(): ELI RL'DENSKY
4 '17 Bui f Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
JOL' ARE HEREBY REQCIRBD to
serve i .,,,,, ,,, your amnr-r ,he
Mill ..f Complaint in the nhove cause
[ordivorce, n the Plaintiffs attorney!
and Hie the original In the uffi. ol
the ( lerk of the Clrcnll Court, on or
before the 18th day of November, lM,
otherwise said BUI of Complaint will
M taken ai confessed bj vou.
Dated llii- 15th day of October, 19.16.
I-' II LEATHERMAN
i lerk of Circuit Court
Imde County. eioi-Wa
B) I. HNEEUEN
,.-. ""Puty flerk
MYKHS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
6.'.0 Ke^bold Bui Ming
Miami 12, Piorirta
lQ/l-26 11/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
. TS0T'" TO CREDITORS
IJZiy7y JUDGES- COURT
n.A(!S F0R D*DE COUNTY. FLOR-
DA IN PROBATE No. 39095-A
In Re: ESTATE Oh'
OSCAR BRC8KY
Deceased
To All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing claimn or Demands AgaiiiMt Said
fc. state:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified to present any claims and de-
mands which you. or either of you,
ma} have against the estate of OSCAR
HRI SKI deceased late of I>nde Coun-
ty. Florida, to the Honorable County-
Judges of liade County, and file the
same in their offices In the County
Courthouse in r>nde County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first nuhlicatirm her. nf
Said claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will I.,- barred. See Section
711 II of the IMfi I'rol.Hte Act.
l>ute Oct. 8. A.l>. l'j";
MICH I Eli BRCHKY
VICTOR RE IBS
\- Bxecuton Of the Last
win and Testament of
"Si \ it BRCSKY
Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN A- KAPLAN
and
POLLACK AND YOUNG
Attol ii.ij for I Ixecutors
1-21 11/2 \
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.. engaHe In
busim i i hiv name of
LEATHERCRAET L'PHOLBTERERH
at II in V Miami Av Miami, ll
to register said name with the Clerk
f tin- Cuiiuit Court of li.nl' County,
I ......I.i
IRVINO KA'i'VKi:
AltTMI'R .SCHAII'KI.
II 2-9-18-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39038-A
In Re ESTATE <>K
L4)L'IS Ald.l.K. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bslare:
You, and each of ynu are herehy
notified and required to present any
Claims and demands which you. or
either of vou, may have against the
estate of LOUIS ADLER, DECEASED/
late "f Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Hade
County, and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Dadc County, norMa, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain' the legal ad-
dress of the Claimant and to be sworn
i.i ,'n.l pr.sented as aforesaid, or same
win be barred. Bae Section 7!::.i6 of
the IMS Probate Act.
Date I ictoher I", 1951
ALICE ADLER Wi:iN'STI'l.\',.
As Administratrix of the
estate nf LOUIS ADLER,
DECEASED
MALA IN ENOLANDER
ENOLANDER A TENDRICH
:ill Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, H'la.
lw/12-lt-M 11 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engar* i'i
business undei the fictitious name of
WOOD'S RESTAURANT at M7 N. \V.
17th Ave Miami, intend to 'register
Mime with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
CHESTER A. WOODS
THERESA WOODS
KESSLER OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
it--' w Piaster st.
10/19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KIT KAT INN at S7l N. W. 17th Ave..
Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Cir. nil Court of
Dade County, MnrUla.
WALTER J. KVARTl'XAS
Sole Owner
KESSLER ti (JABS
Attorneys for Applicant
17*2 W. Klagler St.
10/J9-26 11/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ADVANCE MKTKCTIVE BCREAC at
CSnaresa Building. Miami. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ANIED INCORPORATED
A FU. Corp.
KCRT WELLISCH
Attorney for Applicant
mm Concress itidg.
10/19-26 11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BISCATNE LAUNDROMAT at 2:,l -
llth Street. Miami Iteach, Florida, In-
tend to register sani name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Hoi id,i
CHARLES ARM
ETHEL ARM
10 19-M 11/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "f
THE MAM SMACK at 124 S. Miami
Avenue, Intends to register said i
with th.- Clark of the Circuit Courl of
Made County, Florida.
HARVEY HERMAN
n I-9-H-2J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, 0eslrinc t.> engage in
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
THE Bl 'll'oll: SHOPS al 255C Col-
In Ave., M. ft., intends t" reglsfi r
sa il n .i oie with tin Cl.rk of the Clr-
nlt Court of Mud.- Countv, Florida.
AI/1IER8 LINGERIE INC.
A Ha. Corp.
MAC MERMEL
Attorney for Applicant
lT.'.t s \v Ird ave.
I" II 11/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ETTORE'B BAR at 2751 N. W r.ith
St. Intend to register suid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Undo
County, Florida.
Bl BIL c LARSON
% Interest
JBANNETTE K in M.LAND
'.: Interest
BARNETT PKI.IZ
Attorne) for Applicant!
1739 S. W. Xth St.
10/19-28 11/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bUI ii' P under the fictitious name of
I! A '; LANI > CO I not In. i at C/O
1077 5tn Street, Bay Harbor Island,
Miami I'.-.oh If, Fla.. Intend to reals-
.hi name with the Clerk of the
Clri ill Court of I>nd.' Countv. Florida
EDWARD T. Iti IBBINS
A. ELI N'ORE ROBBINS, his wife
Soli I'.' 'I.'IS
THEODORE R NELSON
Attornet for Applleanta
1 I.in, "In ltd Itidg.
II I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
:, let ilgned, dagli Ing to eajrage In
business under the flctitlrms name of
KING COMMERCIAL PRINTING al
Dade County. Kla. Intenda to register
wild h th( cierk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Made County, Florida.
(RED K SHOCHET
ETHEL SHi HCHBT
16-23
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, No.
36871-A
RE ESTATE OF
I.II I.IAN SYLVIA FARBKR
Deceased
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion f"r Final Mis.harge as Executrix
of the estate of LILLIAN SYLVIA
FARHER, d..eased: and that on tho
r.th day of December, IMO, will apply
to the Honorable W, F Btanton,
Countv Judge of Minie Count>. Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
andrfur final d i- Executrix
of the Batata of LILLIAN svi.\i.v
PARBER, ii.....1--.I
I'lii- llth daj of October, 1050.
HELEN TEMPLE
Executrix Estate of
Lillian SMvia Farh.-r
MYERS HEIMAN .: KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
'.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encase In
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTH SEAS HOTEL al 1751 Coiling
A\. M. I'., intend to reglstet I
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Made County, Florida.
MICHAEL .1 I.KlMowiTZ
HERBERT FISHER
JEROME I LEE
STANLEY LE1BOWITZ
KESSLER t, OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
ITS.' W. Klagler St.
10/19-26 11 l-l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE l- HERESY GIVEN that
the undersigned, di engage In
ll \i:i:i\i.w -ham: BAN! FAI TIR-
l\n t*0, li'"t Incorporated! <
V W 72nd Street. Miami, Florida In-
tend- to i w,"h,,r
t the Clrc lit Cunt of Made
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g-RfRDM W ASM SHAPIRO
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^> n j A
^ 1f7<
oman s
IVoM
lots of chit-chat this week includes the (act
thit three prominent Beach couples are off on a
lfrdav Caribbean cruise. Lakeview dr.'s Mr. and
Lr. Alfred Werblow boarded the Alcoa Clipper
"iinc from New Orleans at week's end .
Also aboard were the Irving Levetts, 345 Fair-
wav dr on the trip to Jamaica, Dominican Re-
^Tnidad and Caracas, as well as the Howard KMH, 6565
..rd Venenicla points of interest for the trio will be La
Puerto Cabello and Guanta.
sweet sixteen birthday Sunday, Nov. 4. for Harriett
, hnn oarty for 25 friends will mark the occasion at
EX', the daughter of the J. A. Ostrles, 1650 Coral
V.i' Miami Senior High, where she is a member of
Teachers of America, Harriott, also attends Central
Hieh School of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
was not all business for Nahum Attar, Israel's Cowul to
Uheastern United States .
""their ]ast trip to Israel. Polly and Baron do Hiirsch Meyer,
Island met the Consul aboard ship .
b in addition to -peaking at a raft of important events here
i the past ten daj -. Mr. Astar also had the opportunity of
i an old and dear acquaintance.
fcrllis and Martin Karz tendered a surprise dinner party at
kal Hungarian the other night .
(Snored guests were their parents. Rev. and Mr*. Jacob D.
J1321 -14th ttr. and the occasion was the couple's "ehai"
|h wedding anniversary ...
Ju'St- included Rabbi and Mrs. Meyer Kati, Mr. and Mrs.
j Khanr, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Murray and daughter Mar-
iidntr, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Groonborg and Rabbi and Mrs.
i Rickovsky.
iladelphia the City of Brotherly Love was the former
|twp oi Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dubrow, and they are bringing
kharacteristic to their new Beach residence at 4172 Ch for Philadelphia friends are constantly popping in to say
I" to the Dubrows .
ne ten days ago, off they went with Mr. and Mrs. Al Kono-
ard the K.'s yacht anchored at the Eden Roc. Joining the
f party were the Martin Saligmans, of Marion, Pa.
famous women will meet and greet one another come
111 and a United Nations dinner scheduled here at the Fon-
eiu .
Tie party will honor Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt who needs no
doc'.inn ...
Also needing no introduction is Claire (Mrs. Sydney) Wein-
, who's on the committee .
Votes on the Run: "Any day" is the arrival date to their
mew dr home -tt for Esther and Carl Woinkle, who have
[baking a tour through Europe New Sigma Delta Tau
ke at Washington University, St. Louis, is Barbara Gail Fabor,
pmi Beach High graduate now enrolled in the school of archi-
ve at WU She's the daughter of the Isidore Fabers, 3479
! ave Spidiking of pledges, Alpha Epsilon Phi has an-
Ktd Mtrlt Levin, Lynno Bachelor and Paula Subin for their
Nron the University of Miami campus Parents here aie
rry Levins, 1760 Cleveland rd.; Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bachelor,
I Daytonia rd and the Benjamin Subins, 5900 Pine Tree dr.
JTheir friend* know that the "season's in," what with the
W here for their annual winter stay of Leah and Oscar
wd at 8200 Byron ave Her five-week stay at Hot Springs.
|isover for Mrs. Sally Gardner, now back in her Meridian ave.
*nce... En route home, she stopped off in Chicago to visit
[children Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Gardner .
P>y back when days and days ago Emma and Maurice
Wield were hosts at their 1710 Coral Gate dr. home to mem-
Jot the Dade County Medical Assn., who arrived for 6 to 9
[cocktails prior to the Assn.'s annual dace at the Coral Gables
f0' dub ...
kt* exchanged chit-chat in a giant-sized tent on the Green-
I lawn ...
P's a member of the executive committee of DCMA, and
PJ vice president of the women's auxiliary .
rwtailers included Dr. and Mrs. Periti Scheinborg, Judge
["" Raymond Nathan, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Lomborg, former
"r President Walter Kovnor and Mrs, K., as well as
Mother medical socialites.
wi recreation department education director Chaim Rose
.^nday for his annual New York jaunt .
twiW' chalked up the phenomenal record of 12 plays,
' 1US and Oessida" opera premiere, the British D'Oily
'nptny. four foreign films, eight art exhibits and .
I The A i **
San L,vy* are Dack frn three-month tour of the
n continent .
mjfff vcred 4-500 mi,M of continental travels. The
*r!nd p ,hrou8h England. Denmark. Sweden. Germany.
[their tin ?nce and re,"rned to England on a buying spree
I" L,ncoln establishment.
">g Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex-
[A,jj"% gatherin. .
rv of V2419 Merid'n ave.. celebrated the 50th wedding an-
its SOT* Cuple ,re thr ** Rubins, long-time winter
icsrs "h?d ,0 M'am, ,rom New York Citv in 1921' and
1 Prairie ,ve l M'"mi Beach' l0*'0* Gotham Town for
^^wiisltUEIIioipidliiaun
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 2, 1956
"YOU'VE JUST GOT TO THIS ONCt"
Section B
What's in a Deadline for Me? And the Phones Ring Merrily
All U_ ____ .i_ .. ___ # ^
AH of them say the same thing: "You've ittsf cot
to. I'm publicity chairman for my club. They rely
on me. If I don't get this itory in. there may even
be some mayhem by which I mean I might have
to leave town.''
And then, some of them, with a wrv sense of
humor designed to break down any editor's defenses,
add: "Why. you wouldn't want me to he fired, a
you? I have a husband and three children all of
whom depend on my chairman's salary of head-
aches. They simply wouldn't know what tn do if i no
longer complained to them about the hardships I
suffer in trying to got news items into the papers.
It's only two lines .\
And so it goes Hour after hour Tue
afternoon and \Y dnesday morning, th" telephones
ring at The Jewish Floridian outer offices and in
the newsroom, with these and similar eomnlalnts
in an endless stream. But, dear publicity chairman,
there is little that can be done after that little word
DEADLINE.
Of course. The Jewish Floridian is happv to rvih-
lish items in the columns of its Women's Section
pertaining to your particular club or organization.
Year after year, these columns report on confer-
ences. Institutes, fund raising events and the like.
To no lesser degree, congregational socials and at-
home parties receive the same careful attention,
along with announcements of weddings and betroth-
als.
All in all, upward of 200 local Jewish organza-
tiona in the Greater Miami area request space in
The Jewish Floridian. Not all of them, naturally, in
one particular issue but there are that many who
look to the paper as a means of covering their
events. To assure priority consideration of your
item, remember The Jewish Floridian DEADLINE.
After DEADLINE, there is little that can be done
about publishing a story. This is a technical
sideratlofl without regard to individuals, particular
clubs or organizations.
DEADLINE DATA: Photographs must be in the
offices of The Jewish Floridian by Mondav, 5 D.m.,
oi the week in which they are to be considered for
publication. News stones must be submitted by
Tuesday noon. News items and photographs su!,-
mitted thereafter will be set aside for future pub-
lication if they are still timely.
If you are active in your congregation as chair-
man of publicity for religious events, be sure to
remind your spiritual leader that information to be
included in the "Religious Directory" must be in
The Jewish Floridian newsroom by Monday at 5
p.m. same time as deadline for photographs.
That's the story. Simple, isn't it? What? "Only
two lines," you say, "and they'll scalp you if there's
no mention of that membership tea." But today's
Friday We can't stop the press DEADLINE
is .
Social Highlight at Shepard Broad Home to Honor Orna Porat
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers (left) and Miss Lucille Papermaster
map plans for women's division of Greater Miami Committee,
Slate of Israel Bonds. The visit to Miami of Miss Orna Porat.
first lady of Israel stage, Nov. 14 and 15, will spotlight activi-
ties of the division. Mrs. Meyers is chairman, and Miss Paper-
master is newly named women's division director. ^
m
Beach CP Unit Party Funds for Building
K"l ?! ilden weddi,
-"to weddings, it was 50 years for the Harry
ave hn"8.0 pl> at butt* Prtv Wednesday in the
""ne of their son-in-law and daughter, the Abraham
The Miami Beach Women's Unit
of United Cerebral Palsy will hold
its annual card party Tuesday
evening. Nov. 6 in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontaincblcau
hotel. .,
Mrs. Sylvia Kluback and Mrs.
Daniel Somerman, co-chairmen,
have arranged the program.
Bock Review Scheduled
Aunt Mame." by Patrick Den-
nis, current best seller, will be the
book review given by Mrs. Frank
Kerdyk for the Miami chapter of
the American Jewish Congress at
the home of Mrs. Robert Cole, 2131
SW 21st ter., Wednesday. 1 p.m.
Proceeds will go toward the
building fund of the new Rehabili-
tation Center. "Construction is pro-
gressing on schedule, and a firm
foundation has been laid for the
eventual completion of CP's three-
story building." the co-chairman
revealed. "$64,000 is desperately
needed in order to complete the
first floor which will house treat-
ment rooms, classrooms and of-
fices-
Plans for the second floor call
for 10 to 12 hospital beds, plus
accomodations for those CP chil-
dren requiring custodial or resi-
dential care. The third floor will
be given over entirely to research.
Mrs. Shepard Broad, wife of th
be hostess at a tea honoring Miss
be hosteess at a tea honoring Miss
Orna Porat, first lady of the Is-
rael stage, at her home at 2 p.m.,
Wednesday, Nov. 14.
Mrs. Broad said the tea will be
held under the auspices of the
Greater Miami chapter of the
Sponsors of Israel. Mrs. Samuel
Rost is president of the Sponsor-,
women who have purchased' $1,000
or more in State of Israel Bonds
during the current year. .
The tea is expected to be one of
the highlights of the Miami Beach-
Bay Harbor social season.
Plans for the Chen awards lunch-
eon honoring Miss Porat on the
following day, Nov. 15, continued
to accelerate. Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers will preside, with Chen co-
chairmen Mrs. Harry Platoff nd
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais participat-
ing in the program. Chen awards
for 1956 will be made. Shepard
Broad, who recently returned from
Israel, will be principal speaker.
Mrs. Meyers announced the ap-
pointment of Miss Lucille Paper-
master as director of the women's
division for Israel Bonds. She has
been a field representative of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en for the past six years. Prior to
that, she worked in an executive
capacity for the Jewish Agency in
Palestine.
Miss Papermaster, who already
has assumed her duties, was grad-
uated from the University of Cal-
ifornia at Los Angeles after earlier
schooling at the University of
Minnesota.
Reservations for both the Spon-
sors' tea and the Chen awards
"Bond Between Us" luncheon may
be made by telephoning the Is-
rael Bonds office, Mrs. Meyers
said.
Theater Party Scheduled
Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, announced Wednesday
that the Sisterhood has reserved
a portion of the coconut Grove
Playhouse for the Nov. 19 per-
formance of "Teahouse of the Aug-
ust Moon." Proceeds from the ben-
efit will go towards the Sister-
hood's subsidy fund for the Beth
Sholom religious school. Chairman
for the event is Mrs. Daniel Her-
man, and co-chairman is Mrs. Har-
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Sour Milk Doughnuts May be Made
With Staples Found in Any Cupboard
By REGINA FRISCHWASSER
There isn't much unusual ahout
doughnuts. But sour milk dough-
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here's how:
SOUR MILK DOUGHNUTS
2 tablespoons shortening
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
33 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon soda
1 j teaspoon salt
~4 cup sour milk
'4 teaspoon cinnamon
l4 teaspoon nutmeg
Cream sugar and shortening and
blend in eggs. Sift flour with two
teaspoons baking powder, soda.
salt, cinnamon and nutmeg. Stir
dry ingredients alternately with
liquid into the sugar and egg mix-
ture. Chill dough two hours. Turn
part of douh onto floured, cloth-
covered board, and roll out 1 3
ineJi thick. Cut with floured
douehnut cutter. Lift with floured
hands or wide spatula and drop
into hot fat. in deep heavy kettle.
Fry the doughnuts until it shows
color and rises to the surface.
Turn and fry on the other side.
Anna Miller Circle
Will Hear Reports
A regularly scheduled meet in?
of the Anna Miller Circle of Miami
Beach will be held Tuesday eve-
ning, Nov 6. at the Hki I
rooms. 720 West ave.
in addition to regular business,
Mrs. Joseph Then, party chair-
man, will give report on the re
cent card party held by the Circle,
and committee chairmen will pre-
sent for approval final plans for
the principal fund raising project
to take place in January and the
annual seasonal party for Circle
members to take place next month
Mrs. Jack Wucher. president,
will open the meeting at 8:30 p.m
A social hour and cards will follow
the business session.
WHITE NUT LOAF
3 cup sifted flour
4 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
l'i cups milk
si cup sugar
1i cup chopped walnuts
1 large egg
2 tablespoons melted shortening
Sift dry ingredients together.
Add a half cup chopped dates, nuts
and add well beaten egg mixed
with milk. Stir in shortening and
pour into a greased bread loaf
pan i8x4i. Let stand 20 minutes
and bake in a modi rate oven 350
degs. P, for 70 minuti
Mrs. Hortense U. Goldstone,
head of the overseas services
department of the National
Council of Jewish Women, left
from New York's International
Airport Sunday for an official
six-week visit lo Israel and
France.
Sinai Ladies Greet
Brand-new fashions are just ap-
pearing for Miami's gala new re
sort season.
A glamorous luncheon-fashion
show will be held by Temple Sinai
Sisterhood at the Dunes motel, on
Wednesday noon, Nev. 7.
Fashions will be provided by Gra-
brr's. of the Biscayne Plaza, Expect
ing of Little River, and models' hair
Marks. yafS ,Dd H1
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Aristotle is Lecture Topic
Fifth lecture in a series on i
philosophers will be given by Dr.
Abraham. WottaoB Sunday evening
at the S^sbMBsntodftor Forum. 1 rtb
st and daasont Topic is Aristotle.
A question and answer period will
follow.
Pioneer Women Eye
Local Schedule |
Pioneer Women of club I will
entertain members and friends on
a cruise on the Vacht Seven Seas;
Sunday evening. Nov 4. at 5 p.m. |
Mrs Sam Wilensky. president, an-
nounces that the boatride \uH
start from Pier 8 in the City
Yacht Basin.
Club I also plans a card party
Nov, 14. at 1 p.m. Hostess for the
party in hr home. 345 Meridian
tve., will be Mrs. Esther Kline
Pioneer Women, through th-
Child Rescue progmm "t Youth
Aliyah, help to bring 500 young
e earn month to Israel Pro-1
reeds from the boatride and card
party will be used to support IBM
program.
Biker Cbolem Home Members
Entertained at Card Party
Sunday. Oct. 28. Hn Harry Kin-
horn and Mrs. Isidore Cohen en-
tertained ladies of the Bikur
Cholem Convalescent Home at
their residence, 1876 SW 10th -t
Miami. Tables and decorations for
the luncheon-card party were done
in the spirit of Halloween.
Among the many guests present
were Mr. and Mrs. Julian Blitz, of
Detroit, and the Mesdames Sara
Rosen. Fannie W. Turner. Alice
Einhorn. Charlotte Honig, Sara
Block, Ethel Bernstein and Vicki
Roe. 1
DPhiE Mothers Club
Plans Tuesday Meet
Delta Phi Bpetloa Mothers club
for Kappa chapter of the sorority
at the University of Florida cam-
pus will hold a meeting Tuesday
evening.
Site is the home of Mrs. Morris
Miller. 4542 Sheridan ave. The club
will discuss a forthcoming Chanuka
party spon-orod by members for
their daughters.
Abe scheduled is a fund raising
drive to furnish the DPhiE sorority-
house on the Gainesville campus.
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nting "work of their hands" aprons especially sewn for
ibers of board of directors to Men's club of Temple Beth
Jom is "Mother" Camille Baum, of Temple's Young-at-Heart,
[p of senior citizens at the Temple meeting Tuesday eve-
Is. Accepting gifts are (left to right) Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, club
[president, end Bernard A. Rosen and Sam Komack. Men's
\ members.
norHadassah Drive Under Way
1956-57 membership drive
Miami Beach Unit of Junior
ah is on its way again.
the week of Oct. 28
ore Classic Slated
[MHfcummer's Night Dream,"
Bros.' adaptation of
spare's cla*ic. will be the
Inovie in the members' film
it the Joe and Emily
Art Gallery. University of
Sunday, 3 p.m. The all-
includes Olivia de Havil-
| James Cagney, Mickey Roon-
; Powell and Joe E. Brown.
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
South Florida will inaugurate its
adult Jewish education program
Sunday evening at the Lucerne
hotel.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
Congregation Beth David, will dis-
cuss -Focal Point of Jewish Life
Is it the Home or the Synagogue?"
A musical interlude will be provid-
ed by Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein,
of Temple Israel.
An exhibit of table settings de-
picting traditional Jewish holidays
will be displayed by the following
B'nai B'rith Women's chapters:
Coral Gables, Eleanor Roosevelt.
Flamingo, Gilbert J. Balkin. Em-
ma I^azarus, Miami. Miami Beach,
North Shore, North Dade and West
Miami. .
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is chair-
man, and will be assisted by Mrs.
Bernard Supworth as co-chairman
and Mesdames Irving Reich, Ida
Optner, Norman Reinhurd, Mollie
Cohen, Martin Dee, Edith Nauri-
son, Henry Cain and Morris Urfst.
Mrs. George Baltuch is president
of the Council,
Mrs. Philip Boblasky. of Savan-
nah, Ga., and Mrs. Gilbert Fisher,
of Washington. DC, president and
first vice president of B'nai B'rith
Women's District 5, respectively,
will be honored guests that eve-
ning.
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Orah Chapter Slates Dance
At Casablanca Hotel Saturday
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold its first dance of the
year Saturday evening at the Casa-
blanca hotel.
In charge of the affair are Mrs.
Irene Miller, president; Mrs. Bes-
sie Bobson, vice president; and
Miss Betty Figeon, social director.
Proceeds are scheduled for the
Children's Village in Rannana, Is-
rael.
Next chapter meeting is due
Nov. 14 at Mrs. Miller's home, 1643
SW 7th st. ,
Coral Chapter Has Heavy Schedule
Coral chapter of the American
Medical Center at Denver will
meet Wednesday morning at the
Park Lane restaurant.
Mrs. Jack Gordon and Mrs. Hy
Friedman will preside. Featured at
the meeting will be a Tupperware
party under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Norman Kahn.
According to an announcement
this week, Mrs. Rose Levey, for-
mer president of the Greater Mi-
ami chapter, was recently named
president of the Dade regional
chapter. Mrs. Levey was organizer
of Coral chapter, as well as of
Tropical chapter, Miami Be?ch.
Coral chapter plans a buffet
supper Sunday evening, Nov. 25,
at the Roney Plaza hotel, accord-
ing to Mrs. Ralph Gitlin, chairman
of the event. Assisting will be
Mrs. Murray Harrison, Mrs. Al Ger-
stein and Mrs. Reuben Fund.
Community Singers
Elect Officers Here
Mary Lynn has been elected
president of Miami Beach Commu-
nity Singers.
Other officers named at an elec-
tion meeting last week are Bernard
Sager. vice president; Jean Devens,
financial secretary; Joseph Shul-
man, treasurer; Gertrude Cantor,
recording secretary; and Frances
Burns, corresponding secretary.
Board members include Sam
Friedman, chairman, Rose Abelson,
Rae Brooks, Nan Cohen, Sarah
| Kirschner, Edith Roshstein, Harold
| Spalding and Bertha Teitelbaum.
Installation will be in the Delano
I hotel Sunday evening, Nov. 11.
through Nov. 3 the agenda is as
follows:
They started off with a bagel j
and lnx breakfast at the home of.
Miss Phyllis Doshay, 1971 SW 17th I
ct. on Oct. 28. Thursday, there was
to be a games night for new mem-
bers of Junior Hadassah and their
parents.
On Friday evening, they are
having an Oneg Shabat at the home
of Miss Jackie Hector. 700 W. 47th
stM Miami Beach. This drive will
end with a Halloween party given
by Miss Roberta Friedberg, 5152
SW 6th st.
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U of M Coeds Pledge D Phi p
Thirteen Univmily of Miami Co- mentary educa,
,Pr of Mrs |
Jefferson ave., Mi,m
S. Venetian ct.,
Some of the hostesses who kept Federation
Women's Division conference moving smooth-
ly a', the Seville hotel Monday are seen check-
ing final details with Mrs. Charles Feinberg
(left), general chairman. Shown are Mrs. Sam-
uel Lipton. Mrs. Leo Gelvan, Mrs. John Serbin.
Mrs. Jules P. Channing and Mrs. Sam Weissel.
B'nai B'rith Women's Council Says
Hello' to Visiting District Officials
Mr- Philip Boblasky. "f G
nd Mrs. Gilbert Fisher,
ington, DC. pre-ident and
fir-t vici' president resp<
of B'nai B'rith District 5. will ar
Sunday on an official
visit.
As the keynote event of their
\i-it. Mrs. Bohlan>ky and Mrs
r will be honored gm
th" !. [ an : ''n't
i r 'Hi by the B'nai B"rfto
il at South Florid
n the Lucerne
tuch, praaidasM
of the Council, ha- anoounc
ough th"
lion of thi I hiefry
: strict officers will i
- with the 1-' chapters
ompri-e the Council, a- veil
as attend various functions..
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables and Gilbert J. Batkin chap-
ter will give a luncheon fointlj "ii
Monday. Nov. 5. at the
Gables restaurant, at which Mrs
Boblasky and Mrs, Fisher uill be
honored guest -
Mrs. Fisher will present an of-
ficial charter to Gilbert Balkin
chapter at a coffee in the Empress
hotel Tuesday evening. No* 6
Mrs Boblasky will install Mrs
Bernard Broads, president: Mrs.
William B. Herzbrun. Mrs. Mur-
ray Skup and Mrs. Simon E Lip-
sky. vice presidents: Mrs Al Ros-
en, recording secretary: Mr
George Einhorn. coresponding sec-
retary.
Mrs. David Sachs, financial sec
retary: Mrs Phil Kaplan, social
secretary: Mrs Morris Herman,
treasurer; Mrs. Martin Draluck.
Beth David PTA Slates
Meat on Chanuka Theme
A unique program has beer
planned by Mrs. Robert Purskfa
and her committee for the Nov. 5
meeting of the Beth David PTA.
With the coming of Chanuka at
the end of November, parents will
be given ideas on how to help the
children celebrate the holiday.
-entinel: and Mrs Marvin Kutner.
historian: Mrs Edward Baker. Mrs
Leonard Herman. Mrs. Maynard
T Rabin. Mr- Dot) Segal and Mrs
D R. Wise, board member-
Coral Gables chapter ha- invited
Mr- BoMa-ky and Mrs. Ki-her to
attend a membership coffee Wed-
nesday noon in the Rubaiyat room
of the Algiers hotel.
North Shore chapter will greet
the viwitins District officers at a
nee ing Wednesday 10 am .
in the Allison hotel Also included
in the bu-y schedule of the Dis-
trict officer- are workshops v ith
Flamingo chapter, Monday eve-
ning. Nov. 5; Miami chapter, Tm-
morn inf. Not 8 West Miami,
Tuesday avcaiac Nov. B: Eleanor
Roosevelt chapter, Wednesday ava-
iling, Nov 7. Miami Beach chapter,
Thursday morning, Nov. 8: Hol-
lywood chapter, Thursday after-
noon. Nov. 8: Emma Lazarus chap-
ter, Wednesday evening. Nov. 7.
North Dade chapter, Thur-d:i\
morning. Nov 8: Ft. Lauderdale
chapter, Thursday afternoon, Nov.
8
An impressive luncheon an-I
Oneg Shahhat will he given by the
B'nai B'rith Women's Coucil of
South Florida. Saturday noon. Nov.
1 10. at the Algiers Mrs Boblasky
and Mrs Fisher will be honored
(Beats. Mrs. Max Davis, president
of the Miami Beach chapter, is
chairman in charge of arrange-
ments.
North Shore chapter held an-
other in its series of pre bazaar
luncheon and card parties on
Thursday noon at the North Shore
Jewish Center
A new article of miscellaneous
merchandise was the only price of
admission. All items donated will
I be sold at the chapters holiday
| bazaar Dec. 9, and proceeds will
'be used for varied B'nai B"rith
'philanthropies.
Reservations for the luncheon
and table arrangements for the
'card party to follow were taken
| by Mrs. Mark Silverstein and Mrs
C. Reichenthal.
da from the Miami area recently
pledged Delta Phi Epsilon sorer",
ity.
Sophomore pledges include Flor-
ence Boderman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Boderman. 6466
North Bay rd., Miami Beach; and
| Wanda Steinberg, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Steinberg, 2200 SW
16th ter., Miami.
Miss Boderman is a pre-medical
student, while Miss Steinberg is
majoring in education.
Among freshman pledges are:
Doris Plotkin. liberal arts major.,-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel benstem. English n
Plotkin. 2164 SW 24th ter.; Nanci of Mr andlh* **
Meg Stein. radio-TV major, daugh- '610 SW 18th tt_
ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Stein. 1059
91-t st. Bay Harbor Island; Celia
Postol, drama major, daughter of
:Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Postol. 10271
E. Bay Harbor dr.. Miami Beach;
Lynn Schwartz, education major,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Schwartz, 10331 E. Broadview dr..
Miami Beach.
Andrea L. Ruskin. drama major,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan B.
RliskiO, 5480 North Bay rd.. Mi- at the home of'Mrn
ami Beach: Barbara Fcuer. ele- Kogan, .1722 Royal p^
Mrs. Irwin Hoffr*,L
man of the reunionTffl
an original kit. ^WektaL
performed by wntax]
group.
ion nu^i
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lar
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A"" Miller. 'eteU
enckB Dalton.aoTf
r.. Miami Bert- S
nursing major H;J5|
nd Mrs. Albert *S
<" ave. Miami;^7
PhiSig
Hold Reunion]
An annual reunion m
junction uh a m&
!> 'he schedule off
Sigma Alumnae AssJ
Miami uhen tfcej nyw
Hodassoh Bock
Reviews Resume
First in a series of four book re-
viawi MMBaorad by the Miami
chapter of Hadassah will bo given
t 1 p.m.. Monday. Nov. 5. in the
Miami Women's club. 1737 N. Bay-
shore dr.
Mr-. Frank E. Kerdyk will re-
view and dramatize Vina Maw's
new novel, "Beloved."
Other book reviews will be Dec
3. Jan. 7,~and Mar. 4. Proceeds will
go for Hadassah's child vocational
training program. Mrs. Jerry M.
Baker is overall coordinator ol .the
book review project.
Play's the Thing,'
And Temple Group
Will Bring One Here
"The Play's Ihe Thing." and tru-
er words were never spoken when
members of Temple Israel's Cou-
pies Limited present Night Must
Fall," a dramatic -uspvn-c play in
three acts, written by Emlyn Wil
liams and produced by special ar-
rangement with Samuel French, on
Thursday. Saturday and Sunday
evenings, Nov. 8. 10 and 11.
Site is Temple Israel Auditori-
um. 137 NE 19th st., Miami.
Under the direction of S Ken-
neth Stanleigh. included in the cast
[are ReLoris Wickman. Harriet:
Bulbin. Barbara Davis. Evelyn'
Saltman. Edward Williams. Marvin
Wax and Robert Saltman.
Mrs. Wickman, in the leading
; role, plays the part of Mrs. Brom-
ison. an invalid, wheelchair-ridden
I woman.
Tail is the sixth annual produc-
, tion sponsored by Couples lim-
ited, an affiliated organization of
Temple Israel. Proceeds from the
sale of tickets help to enrich the
building fund of the Temple re-
ligious school.
'Get Acquainted1
Party Held Here
On Sunday. Oct. 7. 'Nai "Kith
BBC held a tea at the home of Miss
Barbara Miller to get acquainted
with new members in training.
Pre-ent were advisor Norma
Berger. president Sandy Schreidcll.
vice incident Eulu-r Ehxens. sec-
retary' Lee Roth, treasurer Marsha
Sohwartz, chaplain Beverly Kess-
Icr, MJ.T. Mom Barbara Miller and
reporter historian Mcnia Ickovitz.
Mrs
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Perry Gary, chairman |J
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the total proceed? are i
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Council Sections Slate Two Meetings On Beach, in Town
Miami Beach and Miami Divi
Mons of the Greater Miami Section,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
icn, will devote their November
meetings to highlighting the schol-
arship loan fund.
The Beach group will hold its
meeting at the Algiers hotel Wed-
Unique Celebration Due at Beth Jacob
Sunday, Dec. 2, is the date of a
unique celebration to be marked
nesday afternoon, Nov. 7. Mrs.
Ben Lond, program chairman, said
Wednesday that Alvin Cassel, him-
self a recipient several years ago
of a Council scholarship to the
University of Miami and now a
prominent local attorney and pres-
ident of Jewish Family Service,
will speak on "What Scholarship
Burdine's Opens
N. Beach Store
by Beth Jacob Congregation.
On that date, the congregation's Means to Me."
Also on the program will be the
Scrolls of Law will be redecorated
with silver ornaments especially
designed by Rabbi Tibor Stern,
spiritual leader, and assisted by
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4
elected officers of Young Adult League, sponsored by
[Branch of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, are
f (ieft |0 right) Lynne Greenberg, recording secretary;
Gelbmon, president; Jules Arons, sergeant-at-arms.
lore Fred Goldenblank, representative to Young Adult
j and Israel Silver, Town Branch supervisor. Officers
tesent ara Dave Moscovitz. vice president; Bob Gordon,
Lr Leah Baer, corresponding secretary; and Pete Sobel,
nentanan and chaplain._______________________
showing of a film, "Council Stu-
dents Across the Seas," depicting
the story of'Council's exchange of
students. Mrs. Howard Grove is
president of the Beach Division,
and Mrs. Arthur Treister will be
in charge of refreshments.
The Miami Division will hold its
meeting on the same day at noon
at Koubec Center. Mrs. Sidney
Burdine's opened it, new de- Rephun Book S,ore here
partition' store in the 163rd Street.! Rabbi s,crn has N> returned
Shopping (enter Thursday, Nov. 1,1 from a trip to New York in his ca-
Sn,::: uT'L^^Z^y < *,
square foot in its six South Flor- cob Vaad Hakashruth. According
ida buildings is now in excess of to Aaron Lerner, Vaad chairman, j^.w"^""'president" of the Miami
1,400.000 square feet. j Rabbi Sterns trip "aided in the group; has announced that an or-
T~T~i, fU,Ure ,OCa' Kashruth endorsement iKJna, skit called Bfis stop -
CneseO Slltl fmeSS Meeting i<> fod products shipped in from 1976,.. prodUced by Mrs, Irving
Mrs Israel Goldberg, president |New York" j Hirsch and Mrs. Joseph Cromer,
of Chesed Shel Emess Sisterhood, i while in New York. Rabbi Stern will be presented by the scholar-
revealed this week that the groups ,so conferred wh ,eaders of the ship committee. Local membership
next meeting is scheduled for, ,. A ; ... ...
Monday afternoon, Nov. 5, at Beth Rabbinical Council of America and prizes will be awarded at this
El Congregation. lAgudath Harabonim. \ meeting by Mrs. S. G. Kohlenberg.
la NCCJ Group
inual Meeting-
Lai nectina of the Florida
of the National Confer-
j OhrUtians and Jews was
bexiav noon in the Flagler
[the McAllister hotel.
I program report was pre!
|bv executive director Max1
I Additional reports were
ky Mrs I. J. McCaffrey, co-
in of the Women's Council:
Parks, president of the In-
I Youth council: and John
Kf, chairman of the 195?
Week diner.
ROOFING
IS THE TIME
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Double Ring Rites
For Mrs. Kaplan
Rabbi Irving Lehman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-F.l. performed a double
ring ceremony in h'- kttttr* f"r
Renee D. Levine. daughter of Mr.
and Mm Jo- Levine, 320 V Shore
dr.. and Mehrin Kaplan ion of
Iffr. and Mrs. David Kaplan. Dor-
(' ster, Man., Saturdaj evening,
Oct. 20.
Reception and ('inner followed
at the Fountainebleau hotel. Beat
men was Stephen K-iplan. broth-''-
the groom. Maid of honor m
Z -tarr.
The bride "elected a blue sa'in
tittfii bodice, an i
bouffant skirt. Her llhtaaM \il
WOI utt.iched to an iridescent se-
quin headp'ece Her orchids wore
ched to her confirmation Bible.
For "something borrowed." the
a blue garter borrowed from
her friend. Mr-. David Ki-lock
', he bride attended James Mad-
i- n High School Brooklyn. N V..
and was graduated from the Nor-
irandy Private Sthcd ol Miami
Be=ch.
'1 he groom attended schools in
J)> Chester, and spent four years
in service, three of which were
c -. rseaa.
Ihe couple are spending their
honeymoon in Miami Beach and
will make their home in Brookline.
I
aits. amvM KAMA*
Miss Wells Now
Mrs. Sternberg
Jewelene Wells, daughter of
Mr- C E. Emmel. 7859 Crespi
blvd.. Miami Beach, and the late
E. A. Wells, became the bride of
Walter Sternberg Oct. 24.
Mr Sternberg is the son of Mrs.
Benjamin Dein. 9216 Harding ave.,
and the late Samuel Sternberg.
For the 5 p.m. ceremony in
Torah Temple, the bride selected
a champagne-colored ballerina-
length gown of nylon tulle and
chantilly lace over satin.
A fingertip veil of French illu-
sion was attached to a crown of
sequins and pearls She carried a
white Bible with white orchids and
,-atin streamers.
The bride was given in marriage
by her brother-in-law. Lilburn
Adamson. Rabbi Abraham Cassel
officiated at the ceremony.
Matron of honor Mrs. Billie
M\ir-. sister of the bride, wore a
pink ballerina-length gown
Fiancees Making
Wedding Plans
Hertn-Schluttler
Mr and Mrs William Murray
Harsh, 2244 SW 9th st.. announce
the betrothal of their daughter, Jo
Ann. to Kenneth James Schlussler.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schlussler,
5830 SW 9th st.
e e
Cohen-Goodman
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Roberta, is being announced
hy Mr and Mrs Reuben Cohen,
1 ."><)< SW 14th ter.
Hor ttSfKa is David Goodman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Goodman. 4451 SW 5th ter The
wedding date will be Dec. 23.

Kaxan-Koslen
Iflaj Marilyn Phyllis .Kazan will
become Mrs. Herbert Koslen next
June.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Kazan,
5211 Maggiore..Coral Gabies.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis K. Koslen, Chicago, III.

Kutnick Bium
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kutnick, 2540
SW 24th st., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Marilyn,
to Harvey Baum.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Baum, Detroit. Mich. No
date has been set for the wedding.

Green-Perlmen
Dec. 30 is the date for the wed-
ding of Miss Barbara Green and
Fred R. Perlman, Miami contract-
or.
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AtkinsTB^
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Will Reside
V. Oct 2! a, ,k '?*,
hridei ..ncieiJ-N
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rd. Rabbi YaaC'c*
*Beth Dav.rS.jp
IhMhri"" U ,he and Mrs. Morrii '
b ave.. and lht _
of pioneer Miam^pj
anri Mrv Morris Badai1]
The hrioegnwnft^
arffh^^f
The bride, gives m
ner parent, wore a
gown of faille with
and pointed deem of
ace. Her illusion veil ,*l
lace crown. She nn^K
''"'''"'' :th orchid, "J;
Hans. "
Sandra Atkins. &*
bride and maid of honor
aqua crystalline gownmj,
a bouquet nf lavender e
Mrs. Gloria Meadn,
The bride-elect is the daughter [*nd 0J.,he bride' *
of Mrs. Irma Teacher. 970 SW 2nd "??,"/' wore a *"
chitton and nrgania and i
bouquet of lavender erd.
Robert Dolowitz served i
man for his brother. San
anes. cousin of the bride, I
guest book.
The bride Is a graduateofL
High School and attended til
varsity of Florida and
of Miami.
The groom attended i
Boonton. N J He is not i
in construction work ia !
After a brief hontvmociJ
couple will reside at 1261
st.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Green. 555
NE 157th ter. Mr. Perlman is the
son of the Mandel Perlmans, Chi-
cago, 111.

Tescher-Karm
Miss Feme Tescher will ex-
change vows' with Dr. Martin E.
Karns Jan. 6, 1957.
st.. and the late Harry Tescher
Dr. Karns is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel A. Karns. 2880 Pine
Tree dr., Miami Beach.

Rubinoff-P raster
Temple Emanu-EI will be the
site for the marriage of Harriet
Betty Rubinoff and Ens. Neil N.
Presser Dec. 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jabosh. of
1530 Collins ave., are announcing
the betrothal of her daughter.
The groom-to-be is the son of
the Mac Pressers, Jacksonville, Fla.
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MRS. WAITI* SIUHBIKC
Miss Stock's Troth Told by Parents
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Luenga ave.. Coral Gables, an-
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daughter. Phyllis, to Simon Sim-
kovic. of Springfield, M.i
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Miami.
The engaged couple are now
visiting with hi- brother in Spring-
field. Mass and upon their return
a reception will be held at the
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A summer wedding is planned
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Annual Consecration of New Students
Due at Temple Emanu-E! Saturday
Pane 7B
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Annual consecration service for
new students attending the Temple
Emanu-KI religious school will be h.
l5Zm\
held Saturday morning, it has been '",'" B...... i:-. -.it
annnunrprt hv RahKi l*wi>.M I v- '2T*
H. rii i. n| ion J i
'.':" '>' I -"-..., Drupfc.
Man u
ian. Mil haai (un-
announced by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
Iffer, POp.
man, spiritual leader of the con- mSvan r, V., ',",'r
gregation.,
I
Pox, Alan
".. .1.1 i- .,,,, Mi s, |e,
-. r. ...
Children in the kindorearten and <,v!'.",'."' 7r'. ,';, '.'
irst grade of Sunday school, as Jan u !'.' i'ra'"i;iii,.r"
-well as first year daily religious i.,'!!i!i!!''!!
school students, "will express their n.!,',:.'.',;'.',,',,,",.. ,\"7;,'.'..i.'n
vows to carry on the precepts of the ',
Ti.rah Rohhi Uhr.n ..,._ ...:n ,, "'." i-lin..r H:.l|..-rn.
fir:
we
--..ll-Ttl,
......wi. I, .! i|..i.-.-i V
Keni rth ii>. in. Jaffraj il
Ark, said. Dr. Herman Merhlowitz. Ro- )i'','.,!'
MISS lOBfRTA SCHOrCH/0
jne Wedding for
|iss Schoychid
Jr. and Mrs. Sam Schoychild,
\V 21st ave.. announce the
[agement of their daughter, Ro-
i, to Sidney Schuman.
it fiance i- the son of Mrs.
Schuman. Bronx, N.Y., and
[late Harry Schuman.
|is.< Schoychid was graduated
Kiami Senior High School.
iy past president of Omega
Psi Council and is now a
nbtr of the Young Peoples
gue of Both David.
Schuman is a member of
cvelt lodge, Knights of Pyth-
and also a member of the
bowling league.
be couple have set their wed-
; lor June, 1957.
Torah," Rabbi Lehrroan, who will i
bless the children before the open "'''
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chairman of the board of educih I"','','," ':"' n." ".'", v Kap-
tion, and Mrs. Raphael K Yune
president of the Parent Teachers' l,:|'.1 ,.l>111"1' N' k Kl<
Assn.. w.ll extend greetings while n ,
Bonnie Goldberg, president of the '',',.
1955-56 confirmation class, will ,. ^"JJ
greet children on
behalf of the
student body.
Expressing their sentiments on
Susan I.i-vl. Jay
w.viii... Alaxanuar
nan, Jamai
Mil. .mii ha.-I hi,.ii. beetle Man n Mark
Margolin, Howard Maltar Unria Mar-
rae, Ran*) M.ir-li-i- teffrey Vt&zni
behalf of their individual classes '"" Mlchnoff, Rrup* \\,<- i ,;,..,
will be the following children: ] R \Zn?m"'iSSSffl fe
Leon Feiner, Wendy linger, Robin Munchlek, i... i Nash, Felicia \v...i,i.
Turk, Jeffrey Hillman, Michael Zn\ ffi hSnSfJ?%fl f
Lubin, and Daniel Abelow. Dr. I:' Barr> Reisiei Kannetii Rich
Mechlowitz and Israel Ribner, ed- "^..^"V^ ""
ucation director of the school, will J.....i>. n i'-. i,i..im, \,,. |.,,. .'.,,.,
present each consecrant with
i
m
* >'i
a
miniature Torah to mark the oc-
casion. A special reception given by
the Parent Teachers' Assn. will be
held on the patio following
service.
fnniwriintft of \9TA arp Pannv Al..--
kiw, David Abolow. Byfra AIhiim.ii.
Robert A*nff, Michael rJacher, Jon
Backer, John Itarark. .lav Bahrman,
Michael llrhrman. I.- >-11. BaillnKon,
Konna Bark, William Bark, Su.-.m
Basary, Jark Bracer, Samuel Brill,
Stuart Buaaay, Alan Cohan, Aiana
Cohan, ll.nita Cohan, Eric Cohan.
Kyle Cohen, Warne Cypan, Henry !>
'i.LI. Sharon Rom 1
T.-i rv
I. n
Bcotl Rosa,
Roth. Arthua
Robert Rabin,
Cirla Roth. Banraal
Rabin, Mark Rubin,
Bteven Rubin, Donna
djar i fo be Bar Mitzvah
son of Mr. and Mrs. N.
)bi, 1315 N. Biscayne pt.
became Bar Mitzvah Sat-
1 morning at the North Shore
Center. Rabbi Mayer
witz will conduct the serv-
Benjy is a student in the re-
os school of the Center and
ds Nautilus Junior High.
:hneiweiss Will
Bar Mitzvah
'Phen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Schneiwei... ti.iiw SW 63rd
*iil become Bar Mitzvah dur-
Saturday morning services of
Pie Zion. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
81 officiate
Phen is an eighth grade stu-
|t South Munu Junior High
fit-oftown guests for the cere
*ul include his grandpar-
*. Frieda Silverman and
Paula Schneiweisa, and Har-
all of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Out-of-Towners
To Honor Puis
The Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence,
De I'nff. snan Huff. Warren Hamet Ran
til)" >:> Kl'-O S-b-.'.lr.
H Bchlffres, Btuari Kchwertok. Jot spirit!
s. hull. Oary Belevnn, Jamei Selevan E| a
Richard ahaffer, Vita Shapiro, n.-nnl-l '
shailin. Bllen Bheldon, Patricia Jewis
BhleMa, Brott Rhlelda, Roaanna 8hul- '
man. Alien* Bleaal, Malcolm Si, i
I'aul Bleirel, Bandra Blaael DeVari
Silver. Kohin Silver, Mare Bommer
Rennet Bl.....tor. Rnhln Bpancer
Btephanla Spencer, Anna stirk.
Ailam Stolpen, HoilKer Btolpen, Bar-
ha i a Sullan, Jeffrey Sultan. Kll.n
Sweet. Nan. v Tik ... D-ivlil Tanh.
Michael Taah. Rnhln Turk, Stephen
wie linear, Wendy Sue I'niter. iw>n-
iae Vatiahn. Fred Wang, Sandra
Wanir, Klllot rVelnatOCk. Paul W.-in-
tratih. Howard Wel-.-nthal. hiwr.n.v
welaa, Stephen Welaaman, *lan
Walts, Linda Weltrnmn. Joan West-
.Tin.in. lion Wlm-kur. Robeii Fablow,
Dennla Youna. Bcotl Touna;.
Left to right ore Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Daniel M. Broad, newly-installed president of the
Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami.
Danger to Israel Stressed at JNF
The present danger to Israel in I mour B. Liebman and Milton Mil-
the Middle East was strongly em-jler vice president; Sam Schachno.
phasized by Rabbi Irving Lehrman,! financial secretary; Mrs. Jack Da-
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
I he installed officers of the
;h National Fund Council of
Greater Miami at the Floridian
hotel Wednesday night.
Installed were Daniel M. Broad,
president; Saul Ashkenazy, Sol
Goldman, Ehiel Lesowoder, Sey-
Institutes Attract
Heavy Response
Studio M Theater Party
vis, recording secretary; Benja-
min Appel. treasurer; Oscar Mam-
ber, comptroller.
Ida Bookspan. Leon J. Ell, Pet-
er F. Heller, Sidney A. Levy, AI
Sherman, Bessie Stadlan, Ida Wes-
sel, Miriam Press, executive com-
mittee members. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz was installed chair-
man of the executive committee.
Rabbi Abramowitz announced
that the annual affair of th- or-
eanization, which will be held Dec.
9 at Waldman's Crown hotel, is ex-
Lectures and study groups in a
wide variety of subjects pertain-' Pcted lo be oversubscribed
ing to Jewish and Hebrew thought \
and language have attracted a
large number of adults to Beth
David's Tuesday morning and
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
chapter has taken a block of tick-j Wednesday evening institutes, ac-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pius, Je,s fr tne Studio M production of | cording to an announcement this
2220 SW 14th st.. will take place'the "Vinegar Tree." In charge of! week.
at Beth David Congregation Sat-
urday morning, Nov. 3.
Lawrence is an eighth grade stu-j Hauptmann, Max Heymen, Joseph
^L?Ll^anda.h- 20&J& Nuremberg, Rubin Bott and Mir-
School and has been studying He
brew for five years.
The Pius family, originally from
Minneapolis, Minn., will be hon-
ored by a number of out-of-town
guests, among whom will be an
aunt, Mrs. Abbott Swartz, and her|
son, Arnold, as well as another
aunt, Mrs. Jean Arenson, all from
Minneapolis.
Lawrence is active in the Boy
Scouts and the United Synagogue
Youth bowling league.
' A Kiddush tendered by the Pius
family will follow the Sabbath serv
ice.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg and
Cantor William Lipson will offi-
ciate.
iam Lipson.
reservations for the three-act com- The institutes offer such courses
edy are the Mesdames Irving .e,eme"tfrJ a"dJintermedi,a,f
s Hebrew, "Understanding our Sid-
dur." "Our Bible," "Yiddish for
Beginners." "Dramatic Moments
in Jewish History." "Chanting
Skills for Home and Synagogue,"
"Major Trends in Jewish Religious
Thought," "Daily Jewish Living."
and "Survey of Jewish History."
Among instructors are Rabbi
Yaakov G. Rosenberg, Dr. Joseph
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Fioudly noting halfway mark in building oi new Citizens
Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Hialeah, is president David
Siuzin. Rep. Dante Fascell and Sen. George Smothers. The
building, costing some S300.000. will be ready Jan. 1.
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Home Rule campaigners this!
week predicted a clearcut victory
for Amendment No. 2 in the state-
wide election next Tuesday.
\\>- Ix'lieve the voters of Dade
county are sick and tired of prob-
lems of bumper-to bumper traffic.
poor police and fire protection, in-'
adequ.iti sewer and water systems,
and the many other ills of the coun-
ty said E. Albert Pallot. acting
Chairman of the Metropolitan Mi-
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Smothers Praises
Fascell's Record
Sen. George Smathers this week
commended Rep Dante Fascell for
establishing a congressional dis
trict office in Miami for the second
con-eciitive year during the ad-
journment of Congress
'Fa-ceil is the second bu-iest
member of Congress." Smathers
said His work load far exceeds
yi el leagues in the HoUSC
Opening I district office in Miami
ei this already overburden
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for providing this additional serv-
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The Fourth Congressional Dis-
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represents only 345 000. The area
is continuing to grow, and by 1960
Rubin Seeks Dade
State Attorney Post
Selected as one of "five out-
standing young men" in Florida in
1953 and n< minited as one of 'ten
outstanding young men in the na-
tion" in 1954. Ellis S. Rubin is now
? candidate for the office of state
attorney of Dade county
Rubin was born in Syracuse. N.
Y.. and attended public schools in
Binghamton. NY. He later attend-1
ed Trinity College. Syracuse L'ni-
versity and received his law de
gree in 1951 from the, University
of Miami.
He has been a resident of Miami
since 1948 and clerked for ex-
Mayor Abe Aronovitz ui>on his
graduation from law school. While
at the University of Miami. Rubin
founded the Criminal Aid Bureau'
of that law school to aid indigent
defendents and to give students ,
experience in court.
Rubin said Wednesday that he
has been active "in promoting!
Americanism and combating Com-|
munism throughout the state He
is the author of a booklet. 'Com-
munism in Florida." He is a mem-
ber of the Jewish War Veterans.
Harvey W. Seeds Post of the
American Legion, the Crime Com-
mission of (ireater Miami. Reserve
Officers' Assn., Coral Gables
chapter of World Wars and is a
past director of the Miami Beach
Civic League.
He is also a member of the Fl>r
ida Peace Officers Assn.. Dade
County and Florida Bar Assn.. Na-
tional Speakers Bureau of the
American Legion. American Jew-
ish League Against Communism
and is currently a legal officer of
a Naval Aviation Reserve Fighter
Squadron at Opa-Locka.
"My candidacy will offer the
voters of Dade county a choice."
he declared this week. "Do they
want an efficient, sincere and re-
spected state attorney's office or
shall they continue the 'closed
corporation' of preselected poli-
tician-' '
Rubin vowed "to hire only ex-
FBI agents as investigators I will
re-open all unsolved capital crimes,
preserve the citizen's rights in all
investigations. Terrorizing of wit-
nesses will not be tolerated.
He is married to the former
Irene Kestenbaum. of Miami.
his district is expected to have
1.200.000 permanent residents."
Further commending Fascell,
Smathers said that "seldom has a
freshman Congressman been re-
ceived so well. His legislative abil-
ity drew quick recognition from
his colleagues, and hi, .:.
Smathers had jourrwL,, j
ami to encourage the^TLM
Dade and MonrVX^j
turn Fascell as their
twin the United State,
Obm
HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS
COMING TO NEW YORK?
Soy ol ih,, atodarn 25-
X, Itecy t.oi.1. All room
11 oulijda pot wo lore*.
|v- oui'tully Iwrmihad
IJt'VS^ rooms with kitch-
aiwittu. pn.tti
bath, from $5.50
daily. Two room
auitaa from $9.50
tflClat MOMTMlt
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O.C DADE COUNTY NEEDS
TWO PARTY GOVERNMENT
VOTE FOR and ELECT
CHURCHILL MacCUISH
YOUR STATE SENATOR
CAPABLE .. DEPENDABLE .. HONEST
*! will aiwauti bv at i/om Mi>rrirr"\
If You Are a Registered Voter
Pull Lever 6-B
and Elect a Businessman -
Builder Full Time State Senator
DADE COUNTY REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE
Pd. Pol. Adv.



ity Predicts ^
jbstantial Win;'
>oints to Record
r" at the polls <>n Tuesday, and
[?*i-^ the "many individuals and
Kfons- who have helped in
\, campaign-
[prunty, nominee of the Demo-
lic partv to retain his seat on
p Circuit Court l>ench, said that
h has been exceedingly gratifying
7 me during the last few weeks
- see how many hundreds of peo-
L were taking an active role in
[v campaign, and to sec all the
tganizations coming forward to
We mv candidacy. On the
Ls of that assistance, we will
Ertainly have a substantial victory
I the polls on Tuesday."
[The circuit judge, who says that
Is candidacy has been endorsed
. labor, many Democratic organ-
Ltions and other groups, was ap-
bintcd last January by Gov. LeRoy
Wins.
Prunty roc d his Juris Doctor
kgreefroni the Iniur-ity of Flor-
L in 1933. and has been practic-
[ ever sinct except for four
Id a hall .uars in the military
krvicc
He has served as municipal judge
JMiami Shore-. assistant state at-
|mey and assistant county solici-
p. Hit if also a past vice president
director oi the Dade County
Jar A-n.
The 45 year -old circuit judge
Lmc to Miami in 1917. He gradu-
Eed from Allapattah Elementary
Irhnol and Miami High School, and
(reived hi- AB degree, as well as
; law degree, from the Univers-
k of Florida. At Gainesville, he
ik four years of ROTC
aining, which led to a second
Mtenant's commission in the
Irmy.
[He entered the service in March,
H2.and was honorably discharged
l December. 1946, as a lieutenant
klonel. Hi- service included ten
IrathY duty in Korea,
[Judge Prunt) i- a former prcsi-
knt and honorary life member of
t Miami Junior chamber of Com-
|erce. He is also a member of the
ja*ns, Mahi Shrine, American
kgion, Veteran- of Foreign Wars,
mis, Military Order of World
MB, Florida Bar Assn., American
r A-n. and American Law In-
Itute.
jHe is a member and former ves-
braan of the Episcopal Church
J i 402 NE 95th st. Headquarters
Prunty s campaign are located
62 West Flagler st.
i,
I
+ lrl Paae 9E
OIIITI nuns
HERMAN MILGRIM
79. <>f M51 N. Bay rd i>re*liUnt <,r
llic Niw York flreaa firm, II MIIeiImi
ami Boiw/dM Oct. W, iir wan real-
lent h'-r. la ii'ms, coming from New
fork, him nil m Maaon and mem-
ber of .viin1111 Beach Rika lode*. Si'
rlvnra iiK'luile hie w If... i.-i.ii... i w.,
aona, Irving and <~ti..11. ., i,
.mil slater, Kervlcea were in New
fork, with IUmihI.I. -1:,.,, h Memorial
Chapel iii omrfee of arranaementa.
MRS. ANNIE ROSENTHAL
7?. of '. L'K. She came here Mx vhiim ago from
Brooklyn, N" V. Surviving are livr twia-
iiina faadnre; two aonn, pVimuel and
Abraham; and two broth, r- Krvl<->>*
ere Del tB at lUveralde-Bearb. Me-
iiwirial Phaiiei. Washington ave., with
hurlal in Mf. Hin:il Cemeter)
MORRIS BERN8TEIN
74. of lf,3 SW 2nd at., ill."I Oct. 17.
A retired baberdarher, h> came h-<>
11 veart ho from Corry, Pa. He
leavea hi wife, Bertrude. mi
ter. MImw Ida llernalein. Rervk-ea and
hurlal wet-,. In Swain*.-. \ Y wil i
kwal nrrHiigementa by Gordon Funeral
Home.
MRS. JEANNETTE SCHWARTZ
17, of 120 W Slat t< r Miami !
died "f .i he*l i attack 'diet. 17 in
Cleerwater, where ihe ending
ii convention <( tlie Florida Planning
and Zoning Aaan. with her huaband,
Max. Mm. Siliwai'/. bad lived hi
11 yeara <''rilnir from Chlcagn SI,.
ml,, r of the S\ mphon> rluh,
In addition in her huaband, atirvlvoix
Inalude i -mi, Sydney, iwo hrnthem
and I llkl, S. I I
M In Riven de-lteai h Mi
fhapel, Alton rd iih burial In
oaco.
Mar Aflkivld C.....tery, Rnrvlvoei
hla if.-, Mollle,
Mn hail.
won,
ABE GROSSMAN
M, of tK s\v it,,, .ye., .1........|
!' Il"" Hv v.....-a aan from
"'. n J., and wax ai .....j.,: in,
hla aona in the Mm Ida Medlcn] Kun-
,,K ''" H > iv( hla wife, Ida four
"'"," ''[' Alex, i,.uis ami Daniel;
and etghi grandchildren Kervlcea
were Ocl U in Gordon Funeral Home,
iih burial .ii Htar ol David Cenv
-, CHARLES FLEISCHER
;' '..... ?W ""' si a reaMenl here
. died Ocl II. A retired tool
and die maker, be came from New
Tor* \ former member ..f Miami
Hebrew Mcaeol and Congregation. ht
. lil- wife, Rarah: two aona,
,! iiini fmii brotbera. Bervicea were Oei
U al RJveralde-Beach Memorial Chapi
el, nam.T at., with burial in Mi.
si'iiu emetei \
DAVID TECHLER
St, of ISM NW :'7'li ave .1 .1 Oi I. C7.
Hi i ii.. here I ye*
x' V ,i nd [ survived I
ifi.. Jewefl, and
ea were Ocl SO In Rh i i ald< -
i Memorial Chapel, with
in Bouthei ti Mi bioi lal I
MRS ANNIE ULANOFF
II of I ttt Mi. mbra cln wan killed
Kililav in an
\\ i\ .mil BW 15th a) Bh< I
huabe ad, William: thi hti ra,
m Kylvia Itoawnan, M Katl
a nil \li I.- -i vi Sekoff:
two '" ithem
, h l.ln n Rei x Icea were Ocl 29 In
1 !oi don i"mi i l 11........ with bui ..ii In
Btai of I >;i \ LI < 'emetei y.
MRS. BLANCHE L. LAMBERTON
so. of 7810 s\v 118th t.. died Oct. :'
si,.- name b< ago from
Montreal. A pat preaidenl of the
try club, ahe was alao ,i paal
chaplain of the Cn-Workew i.
leavea ,i daughter, Mr Roaa-
In,,1.1 i 'ni i. hi- r i
rn In Miwireal, ith Newnran
Inn Fun.-ral Ilium. In charge lo
CHARLES COHEN
si-.. ,,f in:-. NE 81 h 'i ad 11
\ i.iii.d garment preaaer, hi- came
bare tea from Bi ooklj n
mi Ii sn, v Ived hj but lie
ml: dnughti r, Mlai 1 ay
i >0hi n: two alatei -. Incluulna Mi -
i:, ii teln, -
1 .|.. n .i"'l f" Ii great-
Hiaii.l.liiiili..ii and rn'.
were In Bn iklvn, with ilordon I i
neraj Home in charge locally.
MRS. FLORENCE LIPMAN
ft, of lit] I'liir 'll. ill" .11'
. comlag from H i
bun Pa., .ii. 'I i >ct :''. Kurvlvlni
,. tfo dangbti ra, a brotlu v and
two .Hl.-t.-.H. Includlm Mi- Ul> l' i".
Mi ,n,i Beai ii Rervlct and burial
were In Harriebur*. with N>
Uordon Funeral Home In charge or
local ariHiiK'iionls.
MRS. SALLY OINOOLD
nt. She came from New Jeiacj one year
at., and leavea her hnshnml. Mlcnael;
end two aona, Jeffrey and Dennia
Bervlcea and burial were In Brooklyn,
with Jtiv.rslile-Bea.h Memorial < h-'l
el in charge locally.
SAMUEL WEINSTEIN
70, of 243 M.-iidinn ave >' < '|. -4-
Bervlcea and burial, weae *>'' -" '_;
MRS. FAYE LINDEN
i i, of 191 NW ISBtta -'.. died O. t. 18.
Bhe came here II yeara ago from New
i rk and waa ,i membei ,,, r. tblan
flaterh.....I ..f Rooaevell lodge. Bhe
- her huaband, Irving: iiaimh-
ler, Bondra: and son. Leonard Rerv-
" 14 al Rl< ei -; i. -Beach
Memorial Chapel, Flutter at., with
burial in Mi. s-i,,ai Cemeti i
ARTHUR ANSPACH
>.."' ,i ad i,.
u New V..i ago
and waa a u
'in- -ii- | ind
brol hi Bervieea ,.".l Ii
v.. k, with Newman-
ii Home In charge lo-
cally.
MRS ANNIE SEGAL
I SW Ul I Oct. 81.
s'1.- -1 % yea i fi mil
Bhe la ivei i w u da ughti i a,
Mi Vlbi ,i M Dcltach nd Ml

Segal: f \\ b h> .i alater, fh e
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Jacob DcKovcn. of 2000 Liberty
ave, Miami Beach, passttj away an
the eve of Yom Kippur, Sept. 14,
in a hospital in Michigan City. Ind..
while on vacation at his summer
home there He was 69.
A retired pharmacist. Mr. De-
Koven formerly owned a dru| store
in < 'IncaKo. A l visitors, he moved to Miami Beach
in 1945, where he spent most of
the year.
Mr. DeKoven was a member of
Temple Kmanu -Kl. Miami Beach
Lbdga of B'nai B'rith. American
Jewish Congress. Zionist Organiz-
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numerous local philanthropic
BTOUPS, Including the Jewish Home
for the Aged.
He is survived by his wife,
Pauline; two daughters, Mrs. Anita
Barron. Mischawaka. Ind., and Mrs.
Muriel Goldman, Skokie, 111.; and
one son, Seymour, Winnetka, 111.
He also leaves eight grandchildren.
Services and burial were in
Chicago Sept. 17. Mrs. DeKoven is
now back in Miami Beach, where
she will continue to reside in her
Liberty ave. apartment.
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Education Institute
To Develop Leaders
A series of educational institutes
to familiarize local residents with
the health and welfare facilities In
Dade county is planned by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Young Men's Division.
Aim of these sessions will be
"to develop leadership with a total
community outlook, through the
rldst possible participation of
young men in the proerams and
"activities of the community "
To help set up the format of the
institute*, division chairman Ju-
lian WWnRTl' Weofiesday appointed
Emanuel Smith to head the pro-
gram and interpretation commit-
|C with A Budd Cutler and Rob-
ert Shorr serving a< co-chairmen
First of the institute will in-
volve an on-the-spot tour of the
Jewish Home for the Aged Thur*
day. Nov. 8.
Other educational trips are be-
ing scheduled m Novemberatithe H {or ^ A ^ esident j^ Kurman (]) points
Greater Miami Jew .... ___ j v.. .u u~.~ er
C enter and. ,n the following week*. ut latest diathermy equipment acquired by the Home for
at Mount Sinai Ho-pital and Jew treatment of aged residents. The tour is part of a acnes of
ih Family Service There will also institutes planned by Youna Men's Division of Greater Miami
be institutes on Jewish education Jewish Federation. Emanuel Smith is chairman, assisted by
and a symposium on community ^ Budd Cutler and Robert Shorr.
relation:* sometime in February-1-------
1957
Members of the Youna Men's,
Division look forward to the pro-
gram which last year developed a
strong corps of "new blood" to ]
serve as board members with ma-i
jor local agenciev It i- hoped that' "Does the Jewish Community; Following the conference. Mon
the educational institutes will pro-! Center serve the total community-', day. Nov 5- ,here W,H ** "n ""
vide a better insight into the many i will be the theme of the 11th an- day institute for professional
humanitarian programs which' nual meeting of the Southern Sec workers in the Centers operating
M-rve the community through theion. National Jewish Welfare throughout the Southern Section.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Board, at Memphis. Tenn. on Sat- This is being co+ponsored by
unlay and Sunday. Southern Section JWB and the
Highlighting the workshops, ma- Southern Section chapter of the
addresses will be made by National Assn. of Jewish Center
| Friday ^ov^ T
Renovation Program Now Compff
Wolfie's Restaurant Re-Opens '
ton; of con?umfd
Over 7.000 customers will be
served comfortably daily at Wol-
fie's restaurant. 21st st. and Collins,
when the new $230,000 renovation
program is completed, according to
an announcement Wednesday by
the owners of the well-known Mi-
ami Beach spot.
Completely new, inside and out.
the official opening of the "new"
Wolfie's is scheduled for Friday
noon. A showcase of Miami Beach,
the main dining room has been en-
larged and the former pillars re-
moved, making way for an addi-
tional 90 seats, bringing the total
seating capacity up to 250.
In addition to the main dining
Wolfe's customerr" "*
The bakery, which turn,,
estimated 15.000 tmS
has also been enl," J
b^n equipped cornp^.
stainless steel and ?
Since 1947. which 2*1
ties first opened, thVT
Beach restaurant has he*,
niT!uas,ne"L'nd>'5oS
ana the meeting spot of mu
ng Wolfie s was origJuT?1
In 1938. In 1947 tl* J?' ,
en over by Wolfie's. and t^i
been in that location 1
new enlarged Wolfie-,
room, there will be a separate din-1 face 65 feet on Collins?
Miamians to Participate in Southern
Section JWB Convention at Memphis
MacCuish Lists
MlC OiiMaifi^M+innc Sa-aW Aaron, president of the Workers.
nia yUUIIIIbUIIUlia National Jewish Welfare Board.I President of the Southern chap-
jor
A builder who went to San Fran- parent organization of
else* in 1906 to help restore that Community Centers and
Jewish lieT js Nat shulman. executive di-
rector of the Charleston Commun-
Armed
city following an earthquake there. Force programs throughout the
is seeking a state senate seat from country, as well as Samuel D. j "* <-enter Sessions will also be
Dade county Gershovitz, JWB executive vice; devoted to discussions of the place
Churchill MacCuish. who lives'president,
at 14115 NE 8th a\e ha~ been in; fleading the program committee
charge of many monumental build-1 wj ^ Aaron Brenner and Her
ing projects throughout the t'mt-|bert shainberg, leaders of the
ed States. juTernphis Jewish Community Cen-
Among them, he was construe- ter Participating in the program
tion manager for the development ;from the Greater Miami Jewish
Of Davis Islands at Tampa from .Community Center will be Leon.
1926 to 1929. MacCuish was also Kap|an. past president of the
construction manager at the Hog southern Section NJWB. who will
Mand Ship Yard in Philadelphia Mrve as chairman of the nominat-
dunng World War I. | jng committee; Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
MacCuish said Wednesday that president of GMJCC. Samuel Seit-
he is "a well qualiifed candidate lin and Bernard B. Weksler. vice
to represent Dade county in the presidents of GMJCC. They will
state senate." participate in several of the panels
concerned with the subject of
Jewish Community Centers.
Others participating will be
Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Sam Seitlin.
Gov. Ix>Roy Collins this weak Mrs. Bernard Weksler, Mr. arfd
appointed Mrs. Seymour B. Lieb-IMrs. Leon Epstein and Efraim H
man and Dr. Kurt Peter members Ga|e executive director (;vl( ,
of the Metropolitan Miami Char
of the Center worker in the South.
ingroom which will be made avail-
able for private meetings and din-
ner parties. This room will be able
to accommodate over 100 persons.
(All old furnishings and equip-
ment were torn out of the restau-
rant and only the shell left stand-
ing. AU furnishings and equipment
is being designed and custom built
by Bramlett Equipment Co., and
construction is by the Arkin Con-
struction Co.
The front of the building will be
of slim, chalk white adobe brick,
and there will be extended alumi-
num sashes and an elaborate use of
glass. Windows will be framed with
imported marble and have been
completely modernized.
Some of the features will be a
three-door glass entrance, for
greater ease upon entering or leav-
ing, an attractive and modem
three-level ceiling, a 75-ton area
controlled air-conditioner and new
and modern lighting fixtures.
Of particular interest to the lad-
ies will be the elegantly designed
powder rooms on the mezzanine
floor, which will feature individual
built-in vanities.
A new feature in the kitchen
area will be a series of infra-red
heating lamps designed to keep
food warm while waiting to be
on 21st st.
The same policy will be.
ed at Wolfie-.
"Penalliufht,,
paper which is being compiled Pcked UP T"* CTtire kitchen has
been re-done with stainless steel
by Israel Silver. Branch director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. ,
and ceramic tile, and there will be
four walk-in type refrigerators
I which will hold the more than four
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east region of the Zionist organiza-
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books on education.
Presently. Mrs. Lehman i- dl
rector of eleemntary education of
Dade county schools.
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Some 450 members of ta> |
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By S S Mi"iRE,ttf.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
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*Jeist fk>rSdifir,
X Club Slates
;tion Thursday
snook costume party" was
I by M.ami Beach Young
Its a group sponsored by the
L Branch of the Greater Mi-
Jewish Community Center,
iBayrd.. this week,
leanore Osowick is president of
(dub Program plans for the
Lih of November also include a
C,i game party, a picnic at
holds Park and a CriMiuka
towards the end of the
K club is open to single Jroung
kand women. 18 through 28
k of age. and meets every
fsday night at 9 p.m.
.i is Guest Speaker
Eular meeting of the Israelite
kcr will be held Tuesday eve-
Guest speaker will be Sey-
Liebman. president of the
astern region of the ZOA.
I subject will be. "I Look at
I Today.' Irving Sperling is
im chairman. Hy Morris is
boat.
To Serve You is
Our Pleasure
Ed. J. Vischi
Real Estate in All
its Branches
12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE
Phone PI I 4661
\l H. Shaddick
REALTOR
- PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
MORTGAGE LOANS_______
M GIRAtDA AVENUE
Saeddick BuiMwf
COIAl GABIES
PK. Hlqhlond 8 2591
Acreage
Specialist
See
|D. H. Mackenzie, Realtor
I Telephone MA 2-4215
NttA-flWHI SPRINGS, FLA.
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SACRIFICE
at $114 par Acre
Tefal Price $731,400
Liberal terms, over 3.000 ft. road
frontage, located on warm tide and
safe side of Palm Beach Canal near
West Palm Beach
KM DtTAUS SEE
GEORGE DYKES
609 Inerohosn Bldq.
Phone Miami FR 3-9922
Waterfront Development
This outstanding buy, situated
in Lee County has recorded lots
and bay frontage that is worth
20% more than asking price.
250acres of undeveloped land is
also included. PRICED AT
$300,000 with attractive terms.
Complete details to qualified
buyers. Brokers protected.
CONTACT
James L. Walker, Realtor
Bos 47S, Naples, Fla.
or call Midway 2-1341
BROWARD
Subdivision Sites
All ner Downtown Fort Lauder-
dale 88 acresFHA approved
OK'd Septic tanks.
S2.5O0 PER ACRE -29'. DOWN
245 ACRES on New Riverexcel-
lent for waterfront development-
over 500 homeaites and business
frontage.
(4,000 PER ACRE 29*. DOWN
650 ACHES7-12' elevationnear
2 large subdivisions.
$1,800 PER ACRE29*. DOWN
Atlas Realty Corporation
1263 E. lot Olas Blvd. JA 3-4326
Ft. lauderdale
For mil your needs
REAL ESTATE
m Brevard County
WRITE WIRE er Sit:
R. C. BURNS, Reg. Broker
U6 Willerd St Ph Cocoa 474
>. 0. Bex 762. Deet. B. Cocoa. Fie
PASCO COUNTY
4,000 ACRES
8 miles highway frontage
$135 per acre
'Terms 20 p-#. down balance 10
years with release clauses.
LAKE COUNTY
371 ACRES
\k mile highway frontage
$100 per acre
341 ACRES
No road frontage
$40 per acre
1.650 ACRES
Tampa Area
$100 per acre
Terms (30,000 Cash.
Balance 10 years.
KEY WEST AREA
1850 feet ocean frontage approx-
imately 35 acres. Price $70,000.
Terms.
See Robt. L. Oostor
ALLIED REALTY, INC.
. REALTORS
2400-A Oakland Pk. Beach Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
LOgan 4-1288 LO 4-1287
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
APPROXIMATELY 750-aere is-
land, Marco area, suitable to de-
velop or hold long term. First
time ever offered for sale, $86,000.
FT. MYERS Beach about 1.800'
Gulf and Bay frontage, heavy sea-
wall, perfect location Hotel, Motel.
etc., 1290.000.
ABOUT 85 acres Orange River to
Hwy. 80 ready to develop, adjoins
Ft. Myers Shores. $66,000.
O'MAHONY, REALTY
REA1T0R
2461 First St., Ft. Myers
NONt UTTER
SOn 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. Priced below land
nearby. 29% cash. 3 year
moratorium. This available
few days only.
J. B. POWELL, JR.
Broker
Phone Temple 2-4641
West Palm Beach, Fla.
2643 ACRES
Martin County
One Mile Frontage on
Warfield Road & Sea-
board R.R. Within 15
Miles of Pratt & Whit-
ney Plant Site. Future
increase inevitable.
$200 per acre
29% down with
terms on balance
CONTACT
Rainier Realtor
1239 East Las Olas Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Phone: JAckson 2-2S06
jjjrt'i Silver lining in You, Future, C LOR ID A
|we You Invest in the Future of* rLVKIUM
5 ACRE TRACTS in
NORTH MONROE COUNTY
UHlY DOWN -M. ^^ Per Month
Un TOTAL SALE PRICE $500.
L ,VIHGIN TIMBER, FARMING & HUNTING LAND
ie before in 5 acre tracts. ACT NOW!
THE HITE CO.
SMS S. W. 73rd St.
"LEASE PR,'/
Nome
Aedrtu
City
With,
MO 5-5111
THE HUE CO.
State
Tycts"of<>h,'nJ,i?n."' n* i your free brochure on 5 acre
i Monro County lead.
FORT MYERS
OPPORTUNITY !
700 ACRES NEAR CITY and RIVER -
active center frontage en im-
portant boulevard. S310 per aero,
29% cash and balance 10 annual
payments. Fine subdivision site.
JEFFCOTT
Realty Investments
2400 FIRST STREET
FORT MYERS, FLORiDA

FARMS FOR SALE
Near Lake City, Florida
500 ACRE farm completely
equippad, 100 head cattle,
100 head hogs, $70,000,
$25,000 down.
360 ACRE farm, 4 miles South
of Lake City, nice house,
completely furnished.
640 ACRES cut over woodland,
potential good growing pine
land. Fair steejd of young
timber. $40 per acre.
300 ACRE farm, 2*0 acres cul-
tivation, good land, $23,000.
BISHOP AGENCY
413 N. Marion St.
Lake City, Fla.
Phone 965
900 feet
Business frontage on U.S.
Highway No. 1 near Home-
stead Air Base. Ideally locat-
ed. 243 feet deep. Will sell
separately or together.
$170 front ft.
SEE TODAY
Corner 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
per acre
A STEAL
KEEN-LOVEU
REAL ESTATE
16621 Federal Highway
Phone 817-9015
SALE OR TRADE
SEVERAL thousand acres near
new $42,000,000 Palm Beach
County Pratt & Whitney jet
engine" plant site. Excellent for
INDUSTRIAL or DEVELOP-
MENT purposes. Tremendous
potential for speculation. Good
income properties ANY-
, WHERE considered in TRADE
price: $225 per acre consult
LES FARNUM.
Inclusive with:
RAYMOND F. MAY CO.
Harvey Bldg.
West Palm Beach, Florida
Telephone Tensple 2-1669

A A FOR ACREAGE
TOWNSHIP 48 S-RANGE 42E
DEERFIELD-POMPANO AREA
$1,500 par acre
$3,300 per acre
$1,500 per acre
$2,200 per acre
$2,200 per acre
$1,000 per acre
$1400 per acre
$2400 per acre
$2400 per acre
$3,000 per acre
$4400 full price
$14,300 full price
$37,500 full price
$12,000 full price
few of our
190 acres
10 acres
5 acres
20 acres
35 acres
5 acres
10 acres
10 aores .
214 acres
00 acres
5 acres
61.-.. acres
25 acres
15 acres
THESE are Just
acreage listings.
A A REALTY
347 N. E. First St.
Pompjno Beach, Fla.
Pompano 3-3712 Evenings JA 2-2433
INVESTORS
DEVELOPERS
The following are some of the
choice tracts in central Florida
we can slrmngly recommend:
1400 ACRES $85 PER ACRE
185 ACRES $125 PER ACRE
1406 ACRES $135 PER ACRE
2200 ACRES $150 PER ACRE
812 ACRES $360 PER ACRE
780 ACRES $450 PER ACRE
2800 ACRES $1,000 PER ACRE
SOME OF THIS ACREAGE If*
SMALLER TRACTS AND ALL
ON EXCELLENT TERMS.
W. A. HARRISON
LAWRENCE REALTY PL 9-0675
Unusual Florida Land
Development Opportunity
3.000 ROLLING SCENIC ACRES
located in the high, big spring sec-
tion of Central Florida. Over 3
miles of beautiful wooded, vtry
high bank river frontage, rated as
one of the best fishing streams in
the U.S. Miles of main highway
frontage. Close to several major
tourist attractions and thriving
cities. Will gross investors 12-mil-
lion dollars or more and sell faster
than can be engineered. Purchase
price $500 per acre. Terms to quali-
fied buyers. Insured Title and Sur-
vey to-tie supplied. Broker cooper-
ation invited.
H and H Estates, Inc.
59S1 Burlington Ave. No.
St. Petersburg 2, Florida
Phone 33-8641
Several Good Buys In
Lee County, small tracts:
107 ACRES. Pine Island. '. mile
road frontage, adjacent to new
waterfront development only
$250 per acre.
38 ACRES, with 660 Ft. on hard
top lo.irt; practically next door to
new subdivision; good high land.
Terms at $22,000.
163 ACRE tract, adjoining Phipps
Ranch. One mile frontage on good
county road. Partially cleared and
improved; ideal to sell as small
acreage tracts. $225 per acre.
59 ACRES. with approximately
1000 Ft. on beautiful Caloosahat-
chee River plus over '. mile double
road frontage. Ideal to hold or
develop. Price $28500.
DOUGLASS CHAMBERS Inc.
Realtors
Fort Myers, Florida
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
HENRI E.WOLF1
SHORftND'ARCAOI
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