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

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

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

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University of Florida
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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ilume
30Number 46
_____Miami, Florida, Friday, November 16,
1956
Price 20*
iQ CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE DESTRUCTION OF ISRAEL
* *
Snogs Hit UN Force As Britain, France Hold Egypt's Conditional Acceptance 'Impossible'
lob Summit Conclave
Studies Drastic Proposal
BEIRUT, Lebanon Leaders of seven Arab states late Wedncs-
were still studying an official Iraq communique calling "for the
ediate liquidation of the State of Israel."
Iraq announced its complete withdrawal from acceptance of the
itine settlement of 1948 adopted by the United Nations. It was a
reversal from a position
- BULLETIN -
United Nations task fore*
commander E. L. M. Burns Mid
late Wednesday that a landing
at Cairo by tho UN police fore*
boforo Friday "it highly un-
likely."
in October calling for the
of a claimed million Arab
gets to Palestine as a major
i of acceptance.
pe "summit conference" of
I Saudi Arabia, Syria, Leban-
[Libya, Yemen and Jordan
i Sudanese and Egyptian "ob-
ers" on hand moved to-
a four-point program.
st, it is expected, the con-
will declare unanimous
ort of Egypt in the Middle
l cn>iv. Second, it is ant icipat-
raq will announce withdrawal
i the Baghdad Pact which ern-
es Turkey, Iran and the
Kern Power- LONDON British Prime Minister Sir Anthon
ird, it will report financial week foowing an addrcss in ,hc House of (omrno
PMSIDtNT NASStK
. only five conditions
Nasser Demands Right
To Order Police Troops;
Return to '49 Armistice
UNITED NATIONS New snags to the UN police force in Egypt
continued to develop Wednesday as Britain and France became in-
creasingly vocal here on the possibility of rejecting Egyptian Presi-
dent Nasser's terms for establishing the force. Observers here said
the force was not to embark until Thursday, with further delays
probably anticipated.
Earlier on Tuesday, several announcements were made con-
cerning the imminent arrival of the force from its Capodichino jump-
ing off point near Naples, Italy, each subsequently postponed "due to
weather conditions precarious to flight." Another explanation of the
postponements was that Egypt
Britain Charges Soviet Union Plotting
To Achieve Domination of Middle East
port for .Ionian in the event
ain withdraws its economic
|and fourth, the conference is
led to name Lebanon as the
Raining nation between the
|st and the Arab states.
ebaneM? President Camille
Imoun, chairman of the con-
pee, told the delegates "our
existence, liberty and dig-
are at stake." He called on
nations to consider "an
ck on one ol us, an attack on
Words cannot express the
p_jy of the current Arab pod-
It Iraqi communique, re-
I late Tuesday, said the
Jtion of Lsrael is necessary
preserve peace and order in
Middle East.''
Boyd declared that Britain has "irrefutable evld
and dominate the entire Middle East. He told Com
her threat to send Soviet "volunteers" to fight on
"This technique of intervention, first by arm
sense that it attempts to clothe
with legality the employment of
private armies whose aim in fact
is to lay hold of the state they
are professing to assist."
Lennox-Boyd said this it what
has been going on in Egypt "for
some time and may, in fact, be
going on in Syria now."
Egypt, he reported, previously
sought to become the dominant
force in the Middle East. "But
the domination would have fallen
in practice into the hands of the
Soviet Union. All this depended
y Eden came under hot criticism again here this
ns by Colonial Secretary Alan Lennox-Boyd.
ence" Russia intends eventually to take over Egypt
mons this is behind Russia's arms aid to Egypt and
Egypt's side in the current Middle East crisis
s and then by volunteers, is, deeply disturbing in the
Ale/r Feels Only Direct Egypt
Talks Can Bring Lasting Peace;
Says UN in for Moral Judgment
had balked at a last-minute deci-
sion to take the troops to an air-
port in the Suez Canal Zone,
"probably near Ismailia," instead
of to Cairo.
Also voicing objection to
Egypt's conditions Wednesday
was Israel, with Israeli officials
now making it increasingly clear
their government intends keep-
ing the Gaza strip.
The units at the staging area
consist thus far mainly of Danes,
Canadians, Norwegians and Col-
ombians.
Late Monday night. President
Nasser made it clear he wanted
Continued on Pag* 3 A
Continued on Page 5 A
miK UK: KMM8U KORtV
scow Confirms Egypt
Request for 'Volunteers'
MoLH'NGTON ~~ E9Vpt hM oMlc,"v ** *hrough its embassy
l IK m*' *h* imm*''t introduction of Russian "volunteers"
tnclvl EaS'' PrMid" Eisenhower announced at his
F" Wednesday.
press con-
TKI. AVIV Israel Foreign
Minister Gold Moir left a week's
end en route to the UN General
Assembly in New York on the
same plane with former IN truce
chief Gen. E. I H Burns, now
head of the UN police force, who
was off to take over his new
command.
At a stopover in Paris, Mrs.
Meir'declared there will be no
peace in the Middle Elal unless
Israel and the Arab nations iron
out their problems at a confer-
ence table.
"We have always said that the
conflict between Israel and the
Arab states could not be local-
ized but would spread to the rest
jurion Visits
iont Lines
I KM Premier David
urmnWe,lnesday concluded
amat-c frontline visit to Is-
i pS?00' ,hrouhout the
*5ihSU,i"- "e reported
Wy hiol rM forces "ex"
8SbM? '" ^rt Said, Arab
SrJSfS a new rcin
Ptun ?n L*hat they termed
collaborationists. An
ho helped the Anglo-
f0rces "*tore telephone
* w" Wiled, and shops of
tradin with the Allied
Anglo-French Motive Different, Hero Says
of the world. The recent events
The Kremlin let* Wednesday
confirmed the Egyptian re- ^ jqq^ pARj jjj MjjQjjj SINAI BLITZ
The President told newsmen,
who Immediately rushed to
their wire services to flash the
explosive statement around the
world, that the United States
will not act alone in opposing
the entry of any volunteers in-
to the Middle East.
But, Mr. Eisenhower de-
clared, the U.S. will work for
quick UN action.
Then, in n obvious refer-
ence to Korea, the President
declared that the UN "is not
limited to passing resolutions."
Mr. Eisenhower's announce-
ment came after he had been
informed of the Egypt request
through informed Arab sources
have shown how right we have
been."
Earlier, in Tel Aviv, Mrs. Meir
emphasized that the United Na-
tions will be tested and judged
by its desire to solve the Middle
East situation by forcing the
Arab states to enter into direct
peace negotiations with Israel.
She spoke at a mass meeting of
the Mapai party here. The UN.
she said, will retain its moral
validity only if it carries out the
fundamental principle of the UN
Charter establishing peace be-
tween states.
Israel's purposes in starting its
action against Egypt, which have
been achieved, according to Mrs.
Meir, were: "To root out centers
Continued on Page 5 A
IF. COt. KAKNI
... no parallel
Israel's aim in the Sinai and Gaza operations and the Anglo-
French purposes were quite different," Lt. Col. Nachman Kami told
The Jewish Floridian in an exclusive interview late Tuesday.
The 30-year-old hero of the 1948-49 Palestine war also declared
that the timing of the British and French attack on the Suez Canal
zone was conincidental.
As an Israeli officer, I cannot
properly comment on the intent
of the British and French. 1 per-
sonally believe even their pur-
poses were different from one an-
other. Britain's economic need
for the Suez hardly needs restat-
Fot Another Ohimon See
Leo MindLn's Content, Pg. *A
Col. Kami, thrice wounded in
the 1948-49 fighting, was on the
general staff of the Israeli force
which took Sinai and Gaza in a
harmed, but told leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish commun-
ity "it was no picnic. Our casual-
ties of more than 150 dead and
more than 700 wounded show
that in no uncertain terms."
He said he could see no parallel
between United States action in
entering the Korean fighting
prior to United Nations authoriza-
tion and the Anglo-French in-
tervention in Egypt. "They are
two separate issues," the Tel Aviv


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the critical situation in Israel and
the Middle East.
Action was taken by reprcsentn
tars of local |TO*P* meeting here
at the suggestion of the executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Participating
u< iv officials of the Zionist Coun-
cil of South Florida. Jewish I.abor
Committee. American Jewish Con-
(TOM, Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai R'nth. American Jewish
Committee. National Council of
Jew in Women. Rabbinical A--n
of Greater Miami. Jewish War Vet-
cr.in- and Federation.
Some of the ciant-i/ed problems
to be tackled on a community level
as a result of the crisis include
cbnfication of iaWM the feet-
moving Hem Bui icene; coordina-
tion and clearing of information re-
leased to the press, radio and tele-
vision here: and furnishing strong
direction to local Jewish organiza-
tion- in future intra-community
projects
In a communication to all organ-
ization presidents. Stanley C.
Myers, honorary president of Fed-
eretiOB, declared that "it is crystal
clear that our entire Jewish com-
munity is deeply concerned with
critical developments in the Mid-
dle East during the last few days
"I know your legMllnlhni will
appreciate the knowledge that a
special committee is beinc formed
composed of representatives like
youinltce 'o remain alerted ti this
situation and to evaluate its impact
on a local level."
Myers added that there is a def-
inite need "for all community
problems relating to the situation
to be channeled. More than at any
other tim\ it is mandatory that
Jew*, here and across the nation
show their united support of Is-
rael in consonance with our gov-
ernment's deep and ahidinq faith
that world peace shall be maintair
ed."
For individuals or single organ-
izations to issue statements today,
he added, might do inestimable
harm to this united, responsible
stand.
A conference of local Jewish
leaders at the Biscayne Terrace
hotel late last week revealed that
top-level conferences with editors
of the Miami press had been suc-
cessful" and that the editors re-
affirmed their sincere desire 'to
present as accurate a picture as
possible of the current crisis."
Also established was an intra-
community problems committee to
discuss fund raising programs for
Israeli causes: the advisability of
rallies and mass meetings at a time
when American foreign policy is
still in great flux: creation of a
speakers bureau: and general ad-
v isory functions.
JNF Notes Added
Interest in Work;
Dinner Due Soon
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami will meet Wednes-
day evening at the Flondian hotel
Daniel M Broad, president, said
this week that JNF is interested
"primarily in making Israel a fruit-
ful and prosperous community, so
that its food supply will be ade-
quate for the needs of the many
Jew> living there now."
According to Broad, there is an
increasing local interest in this
project.
Annual dinner of the Council
will be held Dec. 9 at Waldmans
( rown hotel "Over 90 percent of
all the spiritual leaders in this
area have gone on record as sup
porting this dinner." Board re-
vealed here.
A list of top community leaders
sponsoring the dinner will be an-
nounced at the Wednesday night
meeting. Broad said
J*V Post fe be Renamed
il Gables Tost and Auxiliary
243. Jewish War Veterans, will ded-
icate the post s new name at cere-
- Sunday evening in Temple
Judea formerly (oral Gables
Jewish Center. 320 Palermo. The
post will be renamed Murray Solo-
mon Post 243 in memory of the or
gamut ion' le past commander.
ho died here recently
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["Member 16. 1956
*'Jenlsti ThrHinr
Cffers Join,
[promoted
amily Service
E*i. pw*"rt ,f Jew"
Krriee. WednM*W *
Emral changes in the in-
ESration of the agen-
ltP||P Sudnow. previously
hake desk, has now been
[duties of supervision in
Liv Service Department.
EL in the number of pro-
fetsework staff baa made
L to e-tal)lih this new
C position. This has bMfl
indina am>>itin of Jewish
tervfce. in keeping with
Jjministration <>f social
Ltcies of this type," fas-
ted.
tbo revealed that two
Lr< new to Miami have
\e agency s'aff. Ivan H.
L come to Jewish Family
from Linden Hills School.
Le. NY., whore he most
| as aassistant resi-
ervitor.
[Jewish Family Service in-
ly active in the creation of
l facilities for the di
fhild. it Is believed that
Is a wry special contribu-
rmake to the community.
\ in New York specifically
*ted to the care Knus emotional disorders,"
Hdcd.
| holds the degree of Mas-
jcial Work from the New
thool of Social Work of
i University.
npointed is Miss Florence
\be counselor in the Fam-
: Department. Miss Stern
MS degree from Sim-
iollege School of Social
[Boston Following her so-
j training, she served as a
fer with the Jewish Family
Hdren's Service and the
Children's Service Assn.
Dtcofico to Speak
of Book Month
IGreat Jewish Books," by
IRibalow, will be the sub-
] a book review by Rabbi
Pkolica Sunday evening at
i Dade Jewish Center, Mrs.
own. of the adult educa-
lilute. announced this week.
bst in a series of commun-
rams, the review will be
honor of Jewish Book
| current 1> being observed
he nation through Nov. 26.
e's Appoints Managers
[divisional managers were
day appointed for Burdine's
bailment -tore in the 163rd
phoppmg (inter, according
ft Shanahan, store man-
limed were R. D. Saunders,
pad the third level of the
three-level store, and Al-
emlein. a- manager of the
evel.
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and nxt time, Mr. Goldstein,
don't call,pn_ 'shammas'I"
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250acres of undeveloped land is
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Complete details to qualified
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CONTACT
James L. Walker, Realtor
Box 475, Naples, Fla.
or call Midway 2-1341
Upton on Panel
Of League Talks
Joseph M. Lipton. Florida direct-
or on the board of the United
States Savings and Loan League,
will be a panel member Friday at
the league's national convention in
Philadelphia.
Lipton is president of Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn., which
has offices in Edison Center, Alla-
pattah, on the Tamiami Trail and
in downtown Miami.
Hotel Benjamin Franklin will be
the scene Friday morning when
Lipton and three other league mem-
bers discuss problems involved in
operating savings and loan institu-
tions which have assets of $50,000,-
000 and up.
Dade's 13 savings and loan MM.
will send approximately 25 repre-
sentatives to the convention, a local
survey indicates.
The convention marks the 125th
anniversary of the establishment of
America's first savings and loan
group, the Oxford Provident Assn.,
founded in Philadelphia in 1831.
ork Art Week
" and senior students of the
pool have climaxed their
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By visiting Dade county's
(Art Museum. The field
|the museum was under the
1 of Ida Lear, director-pnn-
the school.
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FORT MYERS
OPPORTUNITY I
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A A FOR ACREAGE
TOWNSHIP 48 S-RANGE 42E
DEERFIELD-POMPANO AREA
190 acres $1,500 per aero
10 acres $3,300 per acre
5 acres fl.SOO per acra
20 acres ........ $2,200 per acra
35 acres...... $2,200 per acre
6 acres $1,000 per acra
10 acres $1,600 per acre
10 acres ........ $2,000 per acre
214 acres $2,400 per acre
90 acres $3,000 per acre
5 acres $6,000 full price
611 acres $14,300 full price
25 acres $37,500 full price
15 acres $12,000 full price
THESE are Just a few of our
acreage listings.
A A REALTY
347 N. E. First St.
Pompano Beach, Fla.
Pompano 3-3712 Evenings JA 2-2438
Unvsval 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, very
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-mii-
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 be supplied. Broker cooper-
ation invited.
H and H Estates, Inc.
5951 Burlington Ave. No.
St. Petersburg 2, Florida
Phone 33-8641
Several Good Buys In
Lee County, small tracts:
107 ACRES, Pine Island, 'i mile
road frontage, adjacent to new
waterfront development only
$250 per acre.
36 ACRES, with 660 Ft. on hard
top road; practically next door to
new subdivision: good high land.
Terms at $22,000.
160 ACRE tract, adloining Phiops
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 Caioosahat-
chee River plus over vj mile double
read frontage. Ideal to hold or
develop. Price $28500.
DOUGLASS CHAMBERS Inc.
Realtors
Fart Myers, Florida
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Pag* 8 A
A Return to the Jewish Book and the 'Am Hasefer' Concept
The following is another i-. a series of MfdM frffurf.f bv |SMlMil
lfdJrrj here for The jeui anon uirh thr Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rjbbi Ab'abam
Herson. of Tifereth Israel \\irthjnic Center i< csofoVskMor of this
Am*. froRrant.
By RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Tempi* Emanu-EI
Some year* ago. when I MB in
I Vu told of a man who
'ho most wonderful library
in all tho land. Ha vss vari
wealthy, but thi- librar] was hia
n -i prized p n and he
: iwed it off proudly. When the
overran Franco, ho lost his
i 'imp.-and soon became Wind
that the real prohlem which faces
. ion .' i- the han-
.' with I What
it the
huild-
ite Institutions,
Jewish learn-
nee of
tin entin
not a matter for rhildrcn stone.
. Jew thi I'll as
Ibe hwd the need and
ee i .11 ,i im-i mi- m-vii .ii.ii
and sir*, hut be would not part < fte ,.hlulrti,,n M r..,v1,.r Tl rnh.
v. -h,^iii books Uttle did he sea--
that thi- day would come
when hi< daughter would be
d, out "t ht it necessity, to
tell hi> precious manuscripts for
! Not wanting to hurt her
:. ther, >he told him nothing, but
.-he had empty sheetJ hound in
the original coven, and the old
The Rabbinical
Corner
r^an would walk from shelf to
>hc\f. touch the covers lovingly
. d think that they were his real
books What a tragedy beau-
trful tsjVfJN with empty page-
This story comes to my mind
t thi* time when we are cele-
ri-atiSsf Jewish Hottk Month Too
many of us have found Mtisfac-
in feeling that the American
ih communii) h.i- grown up.
v. hat with so many new BysasfOfJW
building- being erected. o many
lr-titutmns being estahlished, SO
many uVSjnlMltons being formed.
Let us remember that a- long as
the Jewish book i- forsaken, as
! ne a- we are burdened with M
r-uch lili'er.ios and ignorance.
what i even worse. a> long
a; we don't even know that we
we are only repro-
.icing thi' tragic picture of beau-
.:ul covers with empty pagi-
Thi l- the challenge of Jewi-h
Month which remind- us
the brilliant phi
o-opher and great modifier i f Jew-
ish law and pract i ted the
norm of Jewi-h Ufa when he
wrote "Bvery Israelite i^ in duty
bound to study Torah. whether
he i- poor or rich, sound ol body
or in pain: whether he i> young
or very old or an invalid even
if he be so poor as to be supported
by public charity or forced to beg
everyone is obligated to *>t
a*ide a specified time for Jewish
study, as it i* written and thou
shalt meditate therein day and
night' "
And these were not ju that adorned a code. They ex-
pressed the living ideal of an en-
tire people in all the years of its
history.
The most significant ailment of
American Jewry is the departure
from that ideal Jewish study
has become the specialtv of rabbis
and teachers as if they alone
have the obligation to become I
familiar with Jewi-h knowledge.
The average layman has com-!
pletely freed himself from that
obligation. The very fact that it
ha been found necessary to dedi-
cate one month a year to the Jew-
i>h book is in itself a sad commen-
tary on the cultural status of the
American Jew. How tragic it is to
observe in the average home to-1
day. even among the most afflu-1
ent. the absence of any Jewish
book You will find the popular
beat seller-, the latest publica-
tions of the book clubs, often fine
editions of the elsehka It i- only

Box
Why is the Sefer Torah road jn Ms*
synaOffuo from a central elevated
perform?
The practice is generally under-
stood to come from the description '
in the Book of Nehemiah where it i
is told how Ezra the Scribe read
the Torah in public It is written I
there: "And Ezra the Scribe stood in one scroll i a
upon a platform of wood, which f the coni X'* *,
they made for this purpose traditionally!* 1*'
and they read fNchcmiah fied expresjI n?
8:4). It is maintained that the Torah | Almighty Thi
,.,ii.i k .-aa,! m....... ___. ... t Pa^hmpe
'*d
v'n? tr,
RABBI nviMC IU9MAN
. aeaeless eeeki
must be read from an elevated plat- scroll indicate o?rthB*
form so that the people understand written on a 1,l^J*1
that the word of the Almighty i, that it ,hus V^
higher than the word of man. It he red to as a h\ .
is particularly desired so that the
Torah is placed in the center and Why i, it
all the people are around it For um ol ten mn '**>*
one thing, this Rives us the pic- for the rttli,^ """"^l
hire as it was at Sinai when the, Every nuhi?
Torah was given the people were i^Ve?2*
around the mountain and the Torah rabbis claim thuT
was given in the midst of them. I, '" 'H**
also is said to signify that the ,ha, the a"me" '-
Torah should be a part of us and He Jf ,?<*
not mi a ilm n.... 1_ v_ n.
not just a literary piece in the
the book of Jewish interest that is abstract,
a stranger in the Jewish home
How can we talk of a mature-why is tho Torah road from a
Jewish community when the sim-. parchment scroll which contains
pleat and most elementary Jewish all five books of Moses?
book is alien and foreign to us? | Tne raDbu ^^ p.rtieularly 0r-
Let us hope that Jewish Book darned that it be read from "such
Month this year will at least sue- a scro sincc tnjs was the form jn ^"r '" '"r
reed in awakening American. ,*.,?, w hwMW down ^ ; j?
Jewry to an appreciation of the generation to generatio Every icaVed t" be^SSjl
man race and its
Chu). in general, |L
pre- u that the L
holy acts and purposs,
realized on an i*^
alone One needs a ra-
it in order to fulfill cay,,
tion to heaven Man i,,
tined to live and exist i
- --- .' -.... Bcuriauuii. c.cre-
value and importance of our great | word- everj. )etter ,nd every stroke
heritage so that once again our of the quill has a special tradi
people through reading, learning tional significance in the Sefer
and studying, may become what Torah. Having the five volumes all
we were in the past, the "Am ----------------------------------------------__
Hasaier," the People of the Book.
CANDLWGHTING Tim
Kialov 12 5:09 p.m.
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Skop
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Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
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thedon. Rabbi Shmaryattu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Louis Gartenhawt.
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ave. Conservative.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie avo.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
man.

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.

BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
avo. Orthodox. Rabbi Ario Becker.
aas i
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th avo. Orthodox. Rabbi Si
no* April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
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and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
IS p.l ,.n r.. |.|,
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13430
W. Dixie hwv. Conservative. Rabbi
Honry Okolka. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
thodox. Rabbi Alexander 7S'" st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
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Leo
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50
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HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
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HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
th at.. Homestead. Conservative.
Morrii Gortx officiates.
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M Beunv
ard.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
i.i.Iha mil S:3 p.m. Beiaiue
-or and thr PoaullA It. i l\
to Toyabea,' pnoxpnaao1 trtn lam
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Near Baal Illation
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st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
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llai Mllzvah. ICmaM. aon of
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
Cantor Irving Robinson.
Knta> II pm Srrmon: "Thank>-
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Habbath by lira sm Khrlhh. Mr>.
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TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. orh avo. Re-
form.
I.II p in Dr. Aivin i
will officiate.

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St. Conservative.
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n Bjarsnoa:
Mag Halurday a in
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at 11 a.in S-rnion
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
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of .*elf-l:-ai*ri II...i .1
shahhat i.. or MarwttaU II
piral.lrnl Saturdat V am.
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ova. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Casaal.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
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Page 9A
linner Will Mark Official
Installation of Mt. Sinai Founders
nallgurai dinner ori Sun-
18. will mark the officia
ujon of founders of Mount
hospital, comprising indmd-
hn mike contributions of
ft more' to the new Mount
hospital-
_. of the dinner will be the
Lwood mom of the Foun-
Lu hotel. Festivities wi be-
Jth a reception and cocktail
fuid will include after-dinner
I of the Mount Sinai hospital
iour founder members," Sher said. |
I "reflects their deep sense of social.
responsibility to the welfare and
, progress of Greater Miami. I am i
I confident that their example will
development fund, of which Dan j he a real inspiration in our effort j
B. Ruskin is chairman, is in execs*; to make the new and greater Mount
of $4,000,000, for construction of a: Sinai hospital a reality before many
new, ultrc-modern 300 bed hospital' months have passed
on Collins Island. Newest members of the founders.
In announcing details of the .Sher announced, are Jack A. Can-
founders dinner Wednesday, Jacob| tor of J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc.;
Sher, chairman of founders, re- William D. Singer, of the Royal,
vcaled that 28 members are now en- Castle System; and Joseph R. Stein,
rolled in the founders group, an! of Southern Wine and Spirits.
increase of three in the past week Other founders, to date, in addi-
and six in the three weeks since
ground was broken for the new
hospital.
tion to Sher. are Sam Blank, Sam-
uel N. Friedland, Moses Ginsberg,
Abraham Goodman, Dr. Morris
"The generous contributions of; Goodman. Isadore Hccht. Benjamin
N. Kane, Howard Kane, Samuel C.I
Levenson, J. Gerald Lewis, Marcic
I.iberman, Ben Markowitz, Baron i
deHirsch Meyer, Max Orovitz, Lee'
Ratner, Sam IF. Rost. Dan B. Rus-
kin, Sam Schwartz, Harry Sirkin.j
Arthur A. Ungar, Carl Weinkle,
Leonard A. Wicn, Louis E. Wolfson
and Mitchell Wolfson.
later Miami Sends Big Delegation
World Assembly Meeting in Toronto
larre delegation of Jewish mapping out the 1957 campaigns,
bnitv leaders from Greater and Casscl will represent Miami in
j* attending the 25th anni- a workshop session on large city
world assembly of the budgeting.
of Jewish Federations and
Fund*, it was revealed this
bv Howard Kane, president of
eater Miami Jewish Federa-
! assembly is taking place in
imc Edward hotel, Toronto.
through Sunday. Opened
Enday. the meeting will mark
founcil's quarter century of
with an appraisal of Jew-
ommiinity development at
and abroad during those
Israel crisis has heightened
tad interest of United
t community leaders who are
feing the important conference
[every major city in the na-
nd Canada.
I hand reports on the critical
East situation will be
ht by Avraham Harman, one
principal speakers at a ses-
i overseas achievements and
i in 1957. Harman, a member
executive of the Jewish
icy, will come directly from
I to make hi* report.
UK) C. Myers, honorary pres-
I of the Greater Miami Jewish
ration, will preside as chair-
pi personal services workshop
Other local delegates in-
fHoward Kane, Mrs. Stanley
mt, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Sim-
1. Dr. Samuel Gcrtman, Sam
Bman. John Serbin, Mrs. Sam-
limnnhoff. Alvin Cassel, Her-
Beher, Mrs Samuel Sapiro.
IKurman, Maurice Pearlstein,
Id Thurman and Benjamin B.
y*rt. executive director of
ation.
firman will participate as a dis-
til in a workshop session on
?unity, planning for educa-
jrecreation and cultural serv-
itor large cities. Heiman and
'ill participate in sessions
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THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Pag* 4 A
have been more clearly motivated by the then President's recognition
of America as undisputed leader of the free world and defender of
democracy on all fronts; while Britain and France without question
primarily acted to protect their lifeline through the Suez (anal
only, at second consideration, seeking to block advancing Soviet
prestige in a drive against Nasser.
But there is also no doubt that Mr. Truman foresaw the threat of
undeterred North Korean aggression to our global defense system
ringing the Soviet empire and called upon U.S. troops, among other
reasons, to maintain the effectiveness of this system.
President Eisenhower's failure to recognize this essential parallel
between Korea and the Near East crisis, as well as his wrathful
response to the Egyptian invasion launched by our allies, are under-
standable. For his foreign policyif one may speak of it at allis
based upon nothing so affirmative as containment. His "successes"
have principally lain in his ability to hold all problems in abeyance
and to solve nothing.
The President is therefore angry with Britain and France because
they have, like his Democratic predecessor, refused to avoid the chal-
lenge of a critical issue and have, in the process disturbed the progress
of his private prosperity and peace. He is angry with Israel and
Russia in the Hungarian situation for similar reasons. Only against
little Israel has he raised the fist of ultimatum because only in
Israel's case can he force a return to the safety and "quiet" of things
as they were when thunder rumbled and lightening flashed, but when
fellowship reigned in secluded Gettysburg. It is apparent he, too,
knows the Russians have the ball and are calling the playspicked up
somewhere along the first half of his Administration as a result of a
frightful freshman's fumble.
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SAIL CARSON
A Pair of Republican Columnists Got Hot Under the Collar
United Nations
IfcJOVV that the American election
'" ballots have been counted,
diplomats here hope that, at last.
America may be ready to act
again. During the entire strenu-
ous week preceding Election D.n.
no fact stood out more boldly here
than the fact of Washington's
strategy of inaction. A pair of
staunchly Republican columnists
in Washington. Joseph and Stew-
art Alsop. wrote on the day after
Americas policy in the United
Nations received the mo>t severe
shellacking it had ever suffered:
"The shooting in the Middle
East which Dulles maneuvered so
hard to avoid has started .
Thanks to the Dulles delaying tac-
tics, there has never been a time
since the war when this country'*
relations with its two major al-
lies. Britain and France, were
nearer the breaking point Alto-
gether, the failure of our Middle
Eastern policy is about as com-
plete as it is possible to imagine."
The Alsop brothers made it
clear that, in the debacle. Israel's
security was being endangered.
N.i-rr> imperialism was being
encouraged They recalled that
thev had written last summer,
immediately after Nasser had ex-
propriated the Suez Canal: "If
r now triumphantly defies
the power of Britain and Ameri-
ca, they ithe Israeli-.i will con-
clude that Israel is next on the
list."
Israel had voiced the same
harold r. rihau>w
Some Items of Interest Worth Noting
VICTORIOUS TOUR
AS predicted in this corner, the
** Maccabi Soccer club of Tel
Aviv ended it* tour of the I'nited
States on a high note of victory.
After losing the first game in
New York, and tying the second
in Philadelphia against a better
team than the New York All-
Stars who licked the Israelis, the
bojri found their land legs and
went on to play top-grade soccer.
They won the final four game- of
the tour, the last one in New
York against the national team
of Iceland. The score was 2-0.
The only disappointing note was
the crowd. Fewer than 6.000 per-
sons showed up. half as many as
came to the opener.
They saw a fine game Follow-
ing a scoreless half the Israelis.
sparked by Rafael Levy, counted
twice in the second half and
swarmed all over the Icelanders
10 establish their undoubted su-
pariorlt* Only the alert play of
the Iceland goalies kept the score
respectably close.
The Maccabi players. 14 times
champs of I.srael. won friends
with their brand of soccer and
they deserve a "Welcome back'"
But they also deserve bigger audi-
ences in America. After all. as
many as 60.000 fans watch a sin-
gle soccer game in I.srael.
HERB FLAM
He is a soft hitter and a superb
tactician and has never really
been a "big'' man in the American
tennis world. But Herb Flam, one
of the few Jewish net stars of the
last decade, has been named the
No. 2 man of our Davis Cup team,
together with Vic Seixas. now
that Ham Richardson and Dick
Savitt have said. "No. thank you."
to all requests that they go to
Australia in an attempt to lift the
Cup from the Aussies. Herb is
this kind of player: if you are
not at the top of the game and
it makes no difference how good
you can be Herb will beat you.
He is steady all the time and
tough even for the very best to
beat at any time. Perhaps Herb
will manage to do what everyone
hopes that Savitt could have done:
bring the Davis Cup back to
these shores.
HERBERT G. MMJWT
King Brothers Back With a 'Sleeper'
Hollywood
THE King Brothers. Maun
Frank and Hymie. who only
three years ago moved up into
big league movie production with
"''.i-nival Story." made on loca-
tion in Europe, now have come
back from Mexico with a lllW[wr.
"The Brave One." currently the
talk of-the-town in Hollywood.
The Kings are three Jewish boys
who made good in the film cap-
ital.
Their career sounds incredible;
it outshines even Horatio Alger.
Bom to simple immigrants named
Kozinsky. their parents moved
from the Bant Side of New York
to Chicago, and further to the
Boyle Heights netlea Of Loa An-
when the children wire
quite small. The family consisted
of three boys, two girls, their
father who owned a small mar-
ket in the poverty-stricken dis-
trict and the mother, a small
alert woman with a tremendous
amount of energy.
Maury. born in 1914. is the
oldest. Making up with ambition
and hard work what he was lack-
ing in education, he saw to it that
his kid brothers found jobs and
turned their earnings into the
family fund. The boys shined
shoes, mowed lawns, sold papers
on some pretty tough street cor-
ners, gradually working their
sales to a daily of 2.500 cop
By the time Maury was 15. the
trio owned several apartment
houses and. caught up in the na-
tional fever, speculated with the
stock on margin. Wiped out on
Black Friday of 1929. the boys
borrowed $250 and went into the
candy and tobacco business. With-
in ten years, the King Brothers
owned approximately 19,000 juke
warning. So did all the realists
here But "the power of Britain
and America" fizzled out into a
policy of doing nothing, while
America's sands were running out
in the Middle East and Israel's
blood was soaking those sands. It
is against the background of the
"Dulles delaying tactics-' that all
the most recent events are being
read here. And it is with a hone
almost a prayer that diplo-
mats here look forward to Amer-
ica's future policy, keeping their
fingers crossed, begging the fu-
ture for a Washington policy of
doing something besides time-
marking, i
It was no happv day here for
pro-Israel Americans when the
move confused in the Security
move confuted in the Security
Council by the vetoes of Britain
and France. There was nothing
to cheer about when of all
people the USSR's Arkady A.
Sobolev stood out as the defend-
er of Washington's wish to order
Israel to withdraw from the Sinai
Peninsula There was comfort for
Israel when Sir Anthony Eden
was quoted in the Council cham-
ber as a defender of Israel's stand
against Nasser. A British corre-
spondent, hearing the staunch de-
fense of Israel voiced by France's
Bernard Cornut-Gentille, coined a
pun connecting the Frenchman's
initials with those of the Israel
Prime Minister, referring to the
speech as one made by "the
French B C. ." But midst these
cheering notes there was sadness
and disappointment. Washington's
policy of no-policy had come a
cropper.. No realist could be hap-
py about such a development.
True, there was disappointment
among the American delegates
too. Convinced that Dulles was
sineerelv trying to do the correct
thing, they were hurt by the
split among the Big Three,
ashamed to find themselves sup-
ported by the Soviet Union, per-
haps not too proud of the fact
that they had to try frantically
to bail out Nasser while showing
willingness to let the Israel ship
sink. There was nothing triumph-
ant here on that Tuesday a week
before Election Day. To an Amer-
ican, that was "Black Tuesday."
The fact that Israel came out of
the wrangle with Britain and
France as allies was gratifying in
the extreme. But an American's
cheering was stifled by the de-
feat his own country had suffered.
ON THE
8
0
noms SMOL
ZOA Purpose is to Expose Truth Behind Banner Head!
AMERICAN ZIONIST leaders are determined not
** to permit present developments in Egypt to
boxes and vending machines, ex-
perimenting with their own mov-
ies for penny arcades. Thus, they
learned the craft from the ground
up.
The Kings made their first full-
length movie in 1940 at a cost of
only $20,000. "Paper Bullets."
which grossed something over
$400,000 During the next five
years, the brothers made nine
pictures, among them 'Dillinger "
written by Phil Yordan (of An-
na Lucasta" famei and directed
.v Max Nossek. a well-known
Jewish filmaker who had left
Germany when Hitler rose to
Power "Dillinger" became one
of the all-time biggest money
makers. Made for less than $250 -
000. it gross,,) w.r fc,, mmion
and is still playing in many parts
of the world
The King Bros long ago moved
from Boyle Heights to exclusive
Beverly Hills. stli| |lvlnfc, wh
their mother, now in a large home
with three servants. They con-
tinue to work as a team. Maurv is
conceded to be the spark plug
of the company, the man with
fresh story ideas: Frank, the ad-
ministrator, holds down the older
one's wilder flights; Hymie. the "THERE GOES a really good man." Justice Oliver
S^S* ihrM- hrdJes pu^ Wende"Ho,mes is r*prted ?* h-v* w o <
lie relations. None of the boys wife once after Justice Louis D. Brandeis had just
has ever married and their aging finished paying his colleague a visit
mother still plays an active part Brandeis. the centennial of whose birth is now
"SIT g. um< ssasrtnaasSSSsS
New York to swank offices on the goodness which made him great
Sunset Mll>< TK. V.___:_ __.. S'1'
"great tr'e.k T"1 h,v* hM ,h*
^B?^' -Part it w kind of
HILARY Mt\DLI\
KIBBUTZ: Ventura in Utopia. By Malford E. Spi,0 *u
Mats. Harvard University Press. $4.50.
THE KIBBUTZ, here called Kiryat Yedidim.
and his wife, both trained anthropology 'f,^1
of 1951. is not typical of Israeli kibbutzim K* v*
extreme example of collective living rtrictW lS5
to the point of atheism, and pro-Soviet. nuxKi
Mr. Spiro explores the implications of eroun b
dividual through the detailed perception of lhe '.1g,hrl
There is, of course, no material insecuritv no',' *
poverty. Certain social tensions are also absent (ahtwl"
anse); conpetitive vanity vanishes, since all wear u*
and live in allotted rooms. There is no question of kL
the Jones' (or the Cohens)." You have instead as ik/
it, a classless but "class-conscious proletariat"
This is not to say that this kibbutz has been realb
doing away with hierarchy and achieving perfect equal*
members. But they have substituted a different cntenoi\i
labor which has a moral value tantamount to our T,
precepts. "It is not surprising that one's prestige in Kirwi
is determined primarily by excellence in and devotmn toSJ
Unfortunately, however, not all work is valued equally by (fctii
nor, since the kibbutz must be an economically goinj*
a chaver (comrade, or member) always choose or remain ii hi
prefers. This is often one source of friction
Others seem smaller issues, but are equally irritatiai 1
virtually no privacy in Kiryat Yedidim: sanitary faciliuoi
munal. the dining hall is crowded and noisy, and the foodisi
austere in both quality and quantity There is neither atr
family in the real sense: couples pair off. but they are set4
upon each other, and children are reared communalU,
parents for a few hours in the afternoon By the tine I
"high school," even this attachment has become greatly i
Mr. Spiro makes an interesting parallel in the >ul
Marxism for Judaism. The "attitude to the Soviet I'nwn i
the typical attitude of the religious devotee to his God. God il
just, and if His justice is not always apparent, it may be att
the fact that the ways of the Lord are mysterious...
examine every statement of the Soviet leaders for the <
pro-Zionist attitude The United States and her allies i
Forces of Evil in the world."
But it must be remembered that the chaverim art:
strongly motivated by their passionate devotion to Socialisti
ideals. The author believes that the kibbutz is in a state i
that the difficulties in conforming to their ideals are
prevalent and more open. Pressures are being exerted for ml
acy, more private ownership, more time with the childmr
things represent a back-sliding on the part of the kibbutz i
toward the "bourgeois morality" they have tried to
people are leaving the settlement; others are hanging on ill
of rising disappointment.
Interesting enough, it is the older settlers, even the first*
who are deserting. So far. not one of the children ton I
kibbutz life, has forsaken it; indeed, the young sabras '
insistent on keeping to the original modes of life. It is in tan
and their subsequent feelings, that the real answer lotto I
and in a largeness, to Marxist communismwill lie.
Mr. Spiro has made known his intent to dn another bock;
second generation, and if it is half as thorough and mf
this one, the welcome mat is already out.
obscure the causes of the Israel-Egyptian crisis.
Their policy at present is: the fundamental issues
of the Middle East crisis must not be lost sight
of m the smoke of battle. A constant watch on the
situation is also being kept by the "Presidents'
Club." the body composed of presidents of 16
major American Jewish organizations.
This group, which has not been joined by the
American Jewish Committee, but which includes
such organizations as the Jewish Labor Committee.
B'nai B'nth and Jewish War Veterans, is very
active. General sentiment among leaders of all
RAYED SCHWARTZ
trends in American Jewish life '-' M
headlines must not overshadow tne r
the Arab-Israel conflict.
Zionist leaders are especially
bringing to the public the long n
hostility and the Arab rejectioniom-
offers. Also, the failure of the IniMOi
put an end to the Arab commando
Israeli citizens inside Israel The Zionist Organization of Anw-j
ticularly active now in spotlit** ,lr
the Egyptian ruler. Col. Naoex,
propaganda and active hostility X"**1
Brandeis Felt the Truth Lay Behind the Sham of C
nbered
Sunset Strip' The Kings in spite
of their miraculous success, have
maintained humility. As Maury
points out: "We could make a
good movie out of our life story
except its got no romance and
besides who'd ever believe
it?"
rather immersed in the whirlpc' of <
through to an austere P>h
He refused to be "*
Tbouh a man of "*?'*<,
owned an automobile. R^J^U
the Palestine Economic ^rpo ,
years, received an almost daily '
deis on Palestine. The letters
hand. ... m/j\
^.MirethatBrande^^,
He ^" '
preternatural simplicity. He was
mobiles and typewriters
wanted to keep I. e simply J,
It that truth. l*>s "" _
way. He felt that .....
lay there. One suspects that it*-
him to his most challenging
economic i


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JSXhtltmMlnir)
ined. "',',., i, ;,,. name of
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RIHCAYNE SOUVENIR cm. jjr,
N. 10. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Flu., Intend* i.i
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court <>f DhiIc County
Florid i
SHERRY MFG. I'll., INC.
.lOSKI'H PAR I Up
Attorney for Applicant
421 Plasa Bid*.
ll/U-23-30 12/7
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in ANO FOR DADE
|N'CHANCERY NO. 1*5777
ALLEN
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TINA ALLEN
fctard Kobl her
copy o*
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-on the plaintiff's attorney,
clnal answer In the
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E II I. i:\TIIKIt\IAN
iif i'ii.nit Court
By R II RICE, JR.
Depute Clerk
|''l I- A WU.I.KR
Pbtlntiff
run Knail
Florida
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NAME LAW
18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Mined, .I.Hum encase In
ions name of
lonal Bids.,
-. Ha.. Intends to reslater
p with it-.. Clerk of th Clr-
Vi ..I I'.I.I. i',, mty, Florida.
MICHAEL PERL
[ice under FICTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
PUS HKKKUY GIVEN that
ralgped, il. -ii ng to engage i'i
\SSSi '- name of
Tlil R MEAT PRODUCTS
"or"> Ha Intenda to res-
ume Kith the Clerk of ti,e
] '] ol I':,,i, County, Florida.
uass.man, t*ole Owner
NOTICE UND=R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tni' undersigned, d.si in* in engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARRY'S SHOE- RKltUll.l^.RK Si
sn nth R tree I Miami Reach. inteiii*
to reslater said name with the Clerk
of the in ult Court of Dado County,
. lot Ida.
HARRY i:\HKIt,
Soli' I iwiii r
11/11-23-31) 12/7
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHY he nnn. it.,,,,1, iii-i,:,,. t0 tngaj, ,
.ii-.n. under the flctitlovie naoTe of
"EM BDERE APARTMENTS 'aI 7r,r.
pifkeni Ave., Miami |:,H,|,. intend i
Id name i,), ,|. (1,.,k f
1 Ireult Conn of hi,,
Hoi Ida.
County,
I>A\'il COHEN
....... UiTTIE COHEN
WILLIAM I, BRENNER
Attorney for A|.|.ln am
IM Lincoln Road
ll.'.'-l-23-.10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the uiidemlrned. dextrin* to ngace In
IniHlneae under the ftctlUoOii nun,- nf
IfOLERO MAR at 1321 No. Miami Vv< .
Miami, intenil-i to .ii,) name
with the Clerk of Ihe ci, r ,,, ,lf
Dhde County. Florida.
ANOELO BLARDO,
Eole twner
KKRSLER QARK
Attorney a for Applicant
I!'!''' BW Nt St.
II lii-23-30 12/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
rfOTTTE is hTEREBY GIVEN 11
the undersigned, del In
biialneafl under the flctltloun name ol
SENATOR BAR al l7"v \v. PUutler
St.. Miami, n.i.. Im, n,K to i. i
raid name with the Clerk ol tht r
cult Court of Hade County, I'.
TlliHI \s c KOENIG,
Byle iwi
ki:ssi.ku OAR*
Vttorneya for Applicant
1998 S\V l-t St.
! I l-23-SO 12 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the uini, t.-lKn.i, deilrlna to engace m
>u,in*s under the flutHioon' name of
. S IIO.MLS, c ., nun N. K. 2nd
< onvt. Vorth Miatrll, inf. ml t.. ,,..
name with the Cl.| k of the Cir-
cuit Court of inde County, florid*.
JOHN LEACH
HARRY It SCHWARTZ,
,_.,_____ a Joint venture
THEODORE A. NELSON
Attorney for Applicant*
I Lincoln Road
II l-t-ll-2!
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIF.CATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTH-
ORITY OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
IDA
TO ALL To WlltiM THERE PRB8-
iv is SHALL iiiMi:. URKHTINC.S
li'i.:i< LAWRENCE II Hl'R-
WIT, MIAMI, Kl.i'IMI'X SOL vi.I.N
\\i>i:i: .MIAMI, I l.< -;-l I -\ MARI-
ETTA Viil'Ni;, MIAMI. FLORIDA
'i til. I .'III d.n of i. .!.. i All
to be Inooi i".i
the provlalona of Chan) Plot
Ida Matut.s. HCRBEMARHI'T, INC..
.-I corporation, nrll i it- prln Uial place
Of l.u.-in. .it MIAMI, I'-il'l': i'"IN-
TY, In tin- St.He ..f norida, and whore.
as the frrojier offlcern "f such cor-
poration iini on the 7tii day of Novem-
ber, A.I>. I9M, rauee t.. be filed In
the office of tli.- s. i. lai i
of the stat.- of norida. a dulj authen-
ticated reeolutlon adopted by the
stockholders under the provlalona ol
said Chapter IM, Florida Riatutes,
Khou'inx the dlaaolutlon of auch cor-
iioniilon.
Now. therefore, tlie Secretar] of
State doea hi-iehy certify to Jhe R>re-
koIiik and that he 1 aatlafied that the
i ciiilrenients of law have been com-
plied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have
hereunto net my hand and have .if-
llxed the Great Seal of the State of
Morida. at Tallakaaaee, the Capital,
Ihia the SEVENTH da\ ol NOVEM-
BER, All !
I SEAL)
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tli* undersigned, deelring lo engage In
buaineaa under the flctiti.n.s name of
VANCE PRODUCE CO (not Inc.) at
.':>.> W Hiitler St.. Miami. Intends
to reglater aald name with the ClerV
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
1 r lorida.
PETER A. VANCE
ANTHONY I MANZO
1 RANK N WII.IO
KBSKLER a G \i:s
Attorneys for Applicants
1781 W Flagler St.
11/2-9-11-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalened, desiring to engage In
buslneat undei the fictltioua nan.....f
|M. & li. PRODl'CE at S452 N \V. 11th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intenda to
with the cierk ,.f
I the Circuit Court of Daua Coanly,
i.i.
DAWSON .1. BROWN
WRINKLE \- KESSLER
i Saybold Bldg., M
Attoi in ^ for applicant,
liawson .1. Hi own
l-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHY OIWEN that
the uud. i viuii. ness under the fictitious name of
Rt'KH MEAT MARKET at l7oo N E.
19th Avenue, North Miami Bench, Fa*.,
Inti nda to reslater aald name wltb the
cierk of nie otruuit curt of Dada
County, Flea Ida.
RUSSELL O. ROBIDOUX
Sola owner
GOLDMAN At OOLHSTBIN
Attorneys for Registrant
2S'I3 West Flagler Stieet
Miami. Klorlda
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY NO. U6344
U.WMUNI" ROGK&H,
Plaintiff
EMMA N. K'MiKItS,
i 'i fendani
TO: EMMA V. ROGERS
;i".l 74th Avenue
i ilendale
Queens, New York
YOU ARK HKRKHY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint f..r Hivorce Ims heen
filed against you, mid >ou are re-
uuiird lo serve a ropy of your Answer
oi Pleading to the Complaint on
Plaintiffs Attorney, .JOSEPH P\R-
Po. 421 Plaza Building. Miami. Klor-
lda, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the Clerk's -Office on or
before the Ird day of December, 19T.6.
If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken ggmlnat you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint.
DATED this IStb day of October,
19il.
i: II. I.KATHKHMAN
Clerk .f the Circuit Court
B| I. A i'I.KARB
li.pi,iv Clerk
U/2-9-18-23
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan.'- of
THE ham shack at 129 B. Miami
Avenue, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County, Florida.
HARVEY HERMAN
11/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoilCK IS HKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaj;-- in
business under Hie fictitious nam- of
THE BOUDOIR SHOPS at 2511 Col-
lins Ave.. M. B., Intends to regHter
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Klorlda.
AMHKRS LINGERIE INC.
\ I0n. Corp.
M \C MKKMKL
AttorneV for Applicant
IT5I S. W. Ird Ave.
1" 28 11/2-9-1*
Offering
onty
THE VERY BIST*
SANITARIUM
FACILITIES
Pinks
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE. IS HKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan. ol
ROYAL PATIO FURNITURE at 21
.in- Blvd Intend to register said
nan..- u ith the i l.r.; of I > I
Court of Hade County, Florida
HERMAN .v- SARA BLOOM
11/2-9-16-23
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY 195645
MARY n KROTKI,
Plaintiff,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring;to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE MARIN COMPANY al Dade
County, I'.c Intends to register saM
i the Clerk of tin- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Mi h.i.ik MA8IM,
Si.i,. Owner
H 11-23 30 12 v
KIP IT KM,
KROTKI
LAWRENCE i
I '. I. ml int.
i'i I: LAWRENCE I
Ml 11 .-
Brooklyn, New York
YOU a'.- hereby notifi.,1 (hat a Com-
plaint For Divorce bai been filed
sgslnst sou and you are hereby re-
oulred to serve a "pv of your Answi i
to the Complaint For Involve on
plaintiffs nttorne) ami file the orig-
inal Answer in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or bel..... the
7th day of December, 1931; otherwise,
the allegations of -aid Complaint Kor
Divorce win be taken as confessed
.l-'.iill-l vou.
DATED (his Mh day Of November.
1956.
K n. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
by R II RICE. JR.
I .einitv i 'leik
K'OMMBL & ROGERS
Attorneys for Plaintiff
421 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Kla.
li l-K-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the hi ring; <
business under the fictitious name of
PLAYBOY OF Mi WIl ..i SOI N K l-t
tvenue. Intend u said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade Count). Floi Ida
Al .coN M VNUFACTURINQ
i'i IRPOR \TH >N
A Florida Corp.
MILTON A. KRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Id Bids.
II 9-11 2S-I0
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT.
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, No.
36871-A
RE ESTATE ok
LILLIAN SYLVIA FARBER
Deceased
NOTICE is hereby Riven that I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Executrix
of the estate of LILLIAN SYLVIA
FARBER, d.i eased; and that on the
-,th day of Dec ember, 1956. will apply
to the Honorable W. I" Blai ton.
County Judge of I'ade County, Flor-
ida, tor approval of said final r<
and for final discharge ta Bge. I t
of the Estate of LILLIAN SYLVIA
FARBER, lb' eased.
Tills ltith dav of October, 19.6..
HELEN TEMPLE
Executrix Estate of
Lillian Sylvia Karher
MYERS. HB1MAN a.- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
in M n '-'-''-15_________/_____________^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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the underalgned, desiring to engage In
busin. w mii'-i the fli II loua nan
Oi ii DEN OI.ADES siXih.....
N B 167th St.. North Miami I'
Inter
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ii !-9-T-23 ______
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
IN
CHANCERY, NO.
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NAME LAW
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business under the fictitious name of
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No.
195P03
MORRIS KASHUB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DORIS KASHUB.
Defendant.
YOI*, I" IRIS KASHUH Kan-
sky, MO Aldus Street, The Bronx, Sew
York. b) notified that s Bill ol
Complaint Kor I 'IVOII I h is he.
against you, an I VI i ..... required I"
mm \ a opj of \ our answi r i
on Ptalntlffs attorney. EDWIN A
WILLINOER. 1 im-..Iii-Dr. \cl Build-
ing, l" ia l H. xel Avenue. Ml ml
h, v.'. Florida, and file the nrlg-
Inal answer In the Offlc of Ihe CI I-
of Ihe Circuit Court on or befori No-
vemlM-r 2, IHI. otherw I d<
will be entered against
you.
DATED: o.t..ber 23. I9.. ____
K. H I BATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
RY R H RICE, JR., D.C.
(CIHCCIT rtil'RT SEAL)
10/Sg 11/2-9-16
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in niv office, and has mole application
I to be issued tin', on
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of Dade, State of Florida, to-wtt;
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NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, destrtne to engage in
buaineaa under the fictitious name of
CREATIVE METAL CRAFTS at Mi-
ami Beach, Eh' intend to reslater
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Pule County, Florida.
BEN YOMEN
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BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
42" Lincoln Road
11 9-16-23 10
COUNTY.
194C40-F
GEORGE HOPKINS,
Plaintiff
v i
VIOLET HOPKINS,
I ii fondant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Resilience I 'nknoit n
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hereby notifies thai .. Bill of
plaint for I nvor. has been
against you, and you are requtn
serve a copj of your Ansa..... P
ing to the Bill Of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN,
BHQ lmi Seybold Hide.. Miami. I lor-
Ida. and file the original Answei 0C
Pleading in Ihe office of Hi" Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before the
lmh dav of December, 193 If > ;'
fail to do .-". judgineiil by default will
be taken .asalnst you for the rette!
ocmamb'l in the Hill "f Complaint.
DONE AND ORHKKKD at Miami,
Florida,, this 7th day of NoTomSar,
A' V '^K B. LEATHERMAN.
clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Klorida.
(Circuit Court Baal)
By M C. GREEN
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IN THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 195716
HK.ltTil \ HELEN KIA.MIK
TRANTHAM,
Plaintiff,
HUH ARO S TRANTHAM.
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your answei i HERM w COHEN,
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file tli- original In the office of 'he
ci.-rk on i befoi e I..... 10, I9M
appear before Judge Viinn al his .
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.n as confeased by you.
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K. B. LEATHERMAN
cierk of the Circuit i
By WM W STOCKING
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the flctitioim name of
KINO COMMERCIAL I'RINTIM; at
n.,,1.. County, Put Intenda to reglater
name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
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ETHEL SHOCHET
l fi 2.1
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO.
195707
FREDERICK J. GREENFIELD,
Plaintiff
DOROTHY GREEN1 IKLP.
I.. fendant
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I i l .or. rTHY GREENFIELD
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the Hill of
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be taken agafaaal you for the relief
demanded In the Hill ol Complain I
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Florida, this 7th of Nove :
A. P. 19ii'i.
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A S Miami home, 6190 Montgomery dr.. was
fhe site Saturday for an enormous party with
reports filtering back that at least 500 people
were in attendance. The home, of course, belongs
to So. and Brni Stavans
Reason for the party was that Barni* annually
entertains his business associates he's Stevens
_7t a cocktail affair .
Ii .hrre wars ago. it was a comparatively small thing for
Ic but the last event had the SRO sign out.
I i pm. is the time set for a luncheon by Mrs. Julius
if in the Veranda room of the Saxony hotel .
be entertaining Ml* Joan FrMimn in honor of Joan's
ling marriage Nov. 21 .
fam to nc i< Mrs. PtrlmuMar's nephew, B*rn*rd Prlmuttr.
P., this affalr comes on the heels of a visit last week here
ir$thmnn, American industrialist and former U. S. Am-
[to Turkey .
Perlmutter* were his hosts.
laml Mrs. Irving Aaronson came all the way from Gotham
, plane [or this areas famous fishing and were disap-
sanpointed by their arrival here were long-time
Mrs. Jack Weiss, Mrs. Leon Kaya and Mrs. Daisy Lart, wh )
Ctained bj the New Yorkers at a luncheon in the Pont-
ii .
..e you d ii remember, Mrs. Aaronson is the former Tillie
n, liami. ,
ltld Mcris Lsnsburqh, of hotel fame Morris has been
npaign here have only recently returned
irin to < alifornia and Nevada .
their holiday date book is alreadv filled up. amnnv.
\i-Miistice- Day "bury the election hatchet"
. at the Eden Roc hotel, with Mrs. John Owen U
I some 200 piontl. in addition to the Lanborjhs,
kWr. and Mrs. Leonard Abass, Mitch Wolfson JuH hack
ih.Aille. N.C. the Alvin Richttrs, S. E. Misners, Daniel
\, Dr. and Mrs. Leo Kupper, Mr. and Mrs. Albrt Pollak,
rdans and so many, many other socialites.
>
king ol Phyllis and Den Richter, they were, themselves,
(Mends at a dinner party Saturday evening in the Fontaine-
kes en the Ron: Mr. and Mrs. Alex A. Streuss spent the
\n in Naples Fla. Also on hand were Mr. and Mrs. Hy
nd the George Wolperts Enjoying golfing with these
' Miamianv were veteran players Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosen-
. Opening their Royal Palm ave. home for the winter season
ectini; family visitors for the holidays are Mr. and Mrs.
eskel Here from Philly is Sam F. Danels, who has re-
from attending the 125th anniversary convention of the
id Loan League Sam's executive vice president
HU Federal It's a daughter for the Sam Grossmans .
|uv. 8 was Eileen Joy at Jackson Memorial .
Im Island'!) Muriel Hirsch Pick entertained Wednesday at
in the Fniituinehleau's Fleur-de-lis room .
|<"i o( h nor was Muriel'i daughter, Helena (Mrs. Loois)
Ion the ( ccasion of her birthday.
>>
George Lubows, 115 W. 4th ct. Hibiscus Island, helped
he local jii lateur symphony concert season this week as
rs of the Coral Cables String Symphony .
rge, a Washington Federal staffer, plays cello. Mrs. L. i.- a
,n9ht "with bird in hand" are Mrs. Murray Deblinger,
lMr>Chairman; Mr8' RaPhal K. Yunes. PTA president;
Jerry Resnick, decorations chairman. They are
u Temple Emanu-Q PTA dance marking Thanks-
"aed for Saturday evening.
tL (JJi
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JJ^ewisltUBoipidPiaun

Miami, Florida, Friday, November 16, 1956
Section B
Going over a difficult passaae in the Trixie
Levin musical are Temple Israel Sisterhood
members Justine Rudnick, Bunny Schwartz,
Final Arrangements
For Temple Musical
Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 21.
old and new members of Temnle
brae! Sisterhood will meet in the
Temple's new auditorium. Program
includes a musical skit written and
directed hv Trixie Levin.
Sisterhood members in the cast
are Re Lores Wickman, Mary Wynn.
Esther Green, Justine Nudrich,
Peggy Gordon. Fair Robbins. Gladys
Cown, Emily Freedman, Evelyn
I'erlman, Bea Mersel, Bunny
Schwartz, Peggy Kobley and Anyce
Lavigne.
In charge of props is R n Gill-
man, and Josie Adier will be at the
piano. Mrs Philip Caplain, program
Chairman, has revealed that an un-
usual hypnosis act is also sched
uled. wliich will feature Ruth Sim-
on.
Esther Greene, Gladys Cowan and Anyce
Lavigne. Josie Adler is at the piano.
Iota Alpha Pi Eyes
Winter's Schedule
Some 40 members ol the Greater
Miami Alumnae Assn. of Iota Alpha
Pi assembled this week for brunch
in the Algiers hotel's Scheherazade
room as the oldest sorority started
by Jewish women celebrated th"
beginning of its 54th year and
formulated plans for the winter
season.
Anna Brenner Meyers, member
of the school board, was guest
speaker.
In attendance were Jacqueline
Rothman. president; Eleanor La b
vice president; Marilyn Sager and
Marcy Levin, secretaries; and treas-
urer. Martha Bearman.
Others present included Jacque-
line King. Laura Freud. Mat.lda
Ratner. Charlotte Goodman. Natalie
Zelelinch. Pat Besner. Pat Mc-
Bridc. Mrs. Fans Cowart. Mrs.
Milton Rosen, Mrs. Joseph stein Mrs. Herman Glass. Mrs. Jay
Bearman, Mrs. Norton Levin -d
Mrs. Emanucl Spondcr.____
Alumnae Mop Plans
Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. of
Delta Phi Fpsilon sorority met
Monday evening at the home of
Mrs. Saul Seltzer. 2049 N. Bn rd
Plans were discussed for an out-
of-town visitors" luncheon due Dec.
29 at the Roney Plaza hotel.
Temple Israel Sisterhood members Emily Friedman, Fair Rob-
bins and Peggy Kobley rehearse scene in Nov. 21 skit due at
the Temple's new auditorium.
Member Tea Due For Brandeis Group
Greater Miami chapter of the
National Women's Committee of
Brandeis University will hold its
annual fall meeting and member-
ship tea Friday noon at the Al-
giers hotel.
Emanuel Gilbert, director of
Young-at-Hecart
Hears Speaker
Vouns at Heart of Temple Beth
Sholom will meet Tuesday noon.
Featured speaker will be Mrs.
Meyer Eggnatz, president of the
Worne's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai hos-
pital and member of the board of
Sisterhood.
The meeting will take place in
the Temple patio. Dessert luncheon
will be served at 12:30. and the af-
ternoon will be rounded out with
a games party after the program,
according to Mrs. George Cohen,
chairman of the group.
public affairs at Brandeis Univer-
sity, will be gue^t sneaker. Vocal
selections will be given by Mrs.
Harold Wynn, accompanied by Ted-
dy Lane.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan is pro-
gram chairman, and Mrs. Max
Dreyer is chairman of arrange-
ments. Mrs. Sidney M. "Schwartz is
president of the Greater Miami
chapter.
The National Women's Commit-
tee devotes its efforts to the sup-
fort and maintenance of the uni-
ersity library. A non-fund raising
organization, the committee de-
rives its funds solely through its
annual and life membership dues,
and through voluntary contribu-
tions to its Book Fund, of which
Mrs. Joseph Duntov is local chair-
man.
There are six men and women of
the Greater Miami area presently
attending the university.


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2'i cups cake flour
l'i cups sugar
'; cup salad oil
5 egg yolks
1 cup mashed ripe bananas
1 tablespoon lemon juice
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2 teaspoons double action
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Sift together flour, sugar, bakinc
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Let the cakes cool before they are
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1 cup cream
14 cups sugar
1 egg
'- teaspoon salt
34 teaspoon nutmeg
3 teaspoons baking powder
IH cups flour
Pour cream in a mixing bowl.
Stir in the sugar, well beaten egg.
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powdv with four cups flour, and
boat into first mixture. Add enough
11,.,ir K ihc dough can be easily
handled. Turn part of the dough on
a slightly floured board, roll to
one third inch thickness and shape
with a cutter. Place in oiled pans,
dust cookies with sugar and bake
in a moderate oven 350 degs. F
ten minutes or until brown.
Temple Sinai Features Program on Clioiiut.
Kvening planned by Temple Sinai torn. f ,.. "B
Sisilerhood was held this week at ca|c iJ, i Bukl 1
mniuniiy 3
North Miami Junior High School.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. of the
South Dade Jewish Center, dis-
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atMT! ^ 5tf
al Tfmple JudaeT'-'
special workshop L
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Partitions' Wives Moat
Physicians' Wive* clab met
Wednesday evening at the home of
Mrs Solomon Goldman. 2489 Meri-
dian ave. Program highlighted a
lecture and demonstration on "Sal-
ads and Salad Dressings" by the
Florida Dairy Council.
Beth Sholom Ladies
Will Hear Review
Rabbi Keon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
will review "Compulsion." by-
Meyer Levin, at a meeting of the
Sisterhood Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs Sol S. Pine. Sisterhood presi-
dent, has announced.
The novel deals with the Leo-
pold and Leob ca.-e of 1925.' Mrs
Pine explained.
The meeting is open to the pub
lie KetrvshiiK'nt- will be served
under the chairmanship of Mrs
Harold Granoff Mrs Henry Ole-
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fcqhl are Mrs. Alexander Kogan; Mrs. Erwin P. Hofiman,
Phi Sig sorority president who recently returned here
l Arbor, Mich.; Mrs. William Lee, previously of New
/; and Dr. Shirley (Mrs. Jerome) Jacobs, formerly -of
Iphia, Pa.
figs in Big Gifts to Schools
Lia Sigma sorority alum-1 announcement bv Mrs. Robert
|25 states who now reside Rosen, Southern division president,
ovnefront
International Rotary Clubs Honor
Mrs. Grossinger With Top Award
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, of Miami ness Machine Corp.; and aviatrix
Beach and New York, this week Jacqueline Cochran Odium,
became the first person of the Jew-1 In making thc presentation to
.f,[J \t n .rCCC'VC ,he,Na""a';Mrs. Grossinger, Frederic Snyder.
La ayette Baton award from the chairman of the Lafayette awards
Rotary International clubs. I committee, said that the citation
Presentation was made at the i was being given to her "to express
Grossinger country club, Grossin- appreciation for the life and scrv-
ger. N Y. |jces 0f a wonderful woman. She
Mrs. Grossinger is one of the out has an overflowing record of as-
standing American men and worn- \ tonishing achievement, attained
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^ater Miami area met re-
reunion party given by
inder Kogan in her home
Royal Palm ave., Miami
pt of the evening was the
vliary is Hostess
\% of thc Ladies' Auxiliary
[Shore Post 677 Jewish
irans will be hostesses
night at the Service-
Itreation (enter, 10th st.
I dr. Mrs. Frances Cherne-
Brman
ibbos Coffee
r4/tr
that Phi Sigma Sigma had contrib-
uted $25,000 to the Albert Ein-
stein medical school at Yeshiva
University. The grant will be used
to equip a laboratory for research
in heart disease.
Mrs. Paul Furman, alumnae
group president, reported that in
recognition of a $1,200 gift to Bran-
deis University, a major book fund
had been established and the soror-
ity's name had been engraved on a
bronze plaque which will be dis-
played in the university library.
In addition, scholarships have
been awarded to Hunter College,
where the sorority was founded,
and to Hebrew University in Israel.
A diathermy machine has also been
presented to the Hadassah Univer-
sity Hospital in Israel, in the name
of Phi Sigma Sigma.
en being singled out by the Ro-
tarians "because they are creative
citizens who approach the ideals
of dynamic, unselfish service ren-
dered our nation and the world
by Gen. Lafayette."
Gen. Marie Jean Paul Lafayette,
for whom the award is named, was
a citizen of France who offered his
wholehearted help to the colonies
in the American Revolutionary
War.
Mrs. Grossinger is the 29th
American of the 200 who will be
honored by the Rotary clubs.
Among other women who have al-
ready received the Lafayette Baton
award are Mrs. Jessie DuPont, of
the industrial family: Mrs. Thomas
Watson, of the International Busi-'
through constant sympathy and
ready enthusiasm.
"It is a delight to honor a citi-
zen.*' Snyder continued, "who ex-
MRS. JENNIE GROSSINGER
emplifies in a startling and excit-
ing way the triumph of the Ameri-
can system."
Accepting the award, Mrs. Gros-
singer expressed her "gratitude for
the American way of life, which
enabled an uneducated, impover-
ished girl to achieve a small meas-
ure of success in this world.
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(Opposite Bus Terminal)
Joint Meet to Launch
Academy Women's Projecf
Hebrew Academy Women will
launch their annual year book pro-
ject at a joint meeting of the
Academy's affiliated groups in the
Rosewood room of the Fontaine-
bleau Nov. 21.
They will hear greetings from
B. I. Binder, president of the He-
brew Academy, Mrs. Benjamin
Apnel. president of Hebrew Acad-
emy Women, and Mrs. William
Fair, president of the PTA.
The book will be the Academy's
ninth annual publication.
Card Party Sunday
Women's club of Workmen's Cir-
cle Branch 692 will hold a card par-
ty Sunday evening at 25 Wash-
ington ave.
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Chanuka Affairs 0n7i^
children and youth of Israel tt. h "" ,
Vfll receive benefits frm the have 0*1]
Chanuka festival eelebratio L?""18' NJl
'planned by the Pioneer Women", ffi'"^*-?
Organization of Greater Mia.n. J'Tr David ^
tins month. '"" lempi* j^
Golda Myergon club this year SfS C'ntor "i
"oar z.1,,,,1
;^ announced Sy
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Review Series
Resumes Tuesday
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Community leader* take time out to rehearse
musical skit for presentation at sixth annual
meeting of Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center slated for Sea Gull hotel. Sunday
evening, Nov. 25. Presentation will mark fifth
annivnsr y of amalgamation of previous
member groups into new existing GMJCC.
Left to right are Leon Epstein. Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan. Ed Moore, director. Mrs. Paul Draiser,
accompanist. Mrs. Ray Berrin, Judge Milton
Friedman and Joseph Masters, who is also
chairman of annual meeting.
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas
sah will launch the first book re-
Mew in its ninth series with a
coffee daasert at the Algiers hotel "ul> ha* ,^1
Tuesday tWon. traditional (wT
Mr* 1. M. Weinstein will again ,he rZ (*L
be the reviewer. Books to be re v HlBo
viewed will be "The Sacrifice." b% B"
Adele Wiseman, and "Professor Prowas wUI j,
and the Fossil," by Maurice Sam th|l'' rescue fad.
Vocational education program in the 't;^'^*'
Israel is the recipient of proceeds. ] Ploneer WoJr"!l.
Reservations may be made with that the next >*
Mrs. Harry I. Magid. ticket chair be held TJ^"
man. and Mrs. Sylvia Golden, book at (he home of'vVi
review coordinator. 1758 sw ^ nt
BB Women Prepare Crowded Calendar
Two annual functions and one
last-of-a series eventi are on the
i for B'nai B'rith Women
North Dadc chapter held its an
nual paid up membership luncheon
al the (bateau B)
noon I'nder the direction ol Mrs.
Donate! Reiss, membership chair-
man, the luncheon ami followed
bj presentation of a B'nai B'rith
film entitled "A Rich Life "
Another highlight of the after
noon was a Florida to the Fore-
front"' fashion show Mrs Albert
Wenk is president of the chapter
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
have scheduled their annual "mad
Chanuka Round-Up At Flagler-Granada
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Gun slingii t Wgals" will greet
rs" 'bo ("hanuka
I up m Flagler-Grai
ish Communttj i
A chuck i
Berq'ms Namsd fftrir
Bill B. r
H club has
chairman
Of the annual T! .
the Town
h of the i mj Jew-
mitj l nter, it
: t Win-
ston,
take
place on Wedi
21.
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(X.XJGUST B&OS ftvi
dinner and old trading post will
highlight the Center's annual don-
r sad mart,
hairmen are Mrs Jesse Co-
hen, in charge of the dinner, and
Mr- Arnold MiekeJaon and ftfn
Cella Jeaobson in charge of the
' !nch features unique
Chanuka
We have a very line an.l com
Pl*t ai '.1 hawika and
ir-round item* | t
Mrs MJekeuMB Dooor credit will
n for articles bought The
it mart will n.,t be open
in tin morning, but u:II o-pen dur-
.r- the round-up. she explain
le for
juke box dancing f the !(ri!,utT.
.-rid TV viewing for the you
children while parents are shop-
at the trading post
hatters luncheon" for Wednesday
noon, Nov. 21. at the Coral Gables
Women's club. 1001 E. Ponce de
Leon blvd.
Members will make "mad mil-
linery"" their motto of the day At-
tractive prizes for the "top hat"
tell. Mrs. Abe Aronovitz. Mrs
will Ik- awarded. Mrs. Bernard Ty-
Harvey Herman, Mrs. f.cbecca
Waldbaum. .Mrs. Muriel Ram. Mrs
Meyer Forer and Mrs Al Bcrman
are taking reservations.
North Shore chapter will hold
the last-of-a-sene- of pre-Bazaar
luncheons and card parties on
Monday noon at the North Shore
Jewish Center.
Thirteen members of 'he board
have volunteered to iponsor thi>
event Price of admission i- m ar-
ticle of merchandi-e rk Imed for
-de at the chapters t irtbcomittg
r Dec 9.
Mis Mark Silventein, chairman
in charge of arrangements, will
store all merchandise received
Mill shaw, vice president in
i barge of membership, called for
full cooperstioa of all membnra
during the chapters recent paid-
up membership tea.
All fund- collected are Head to
1.ill her B'nai B'rith c immunity
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300 Women Attend
Fontainebleau Fete
Some 300 of the community's
leading women attended the an-
nual membership tea sponsored by
'he Hebrew Academy Women at
the Fontainebleau thi- week
's wan welcomed b\ Mrs
U*ii Makovsky. membership chair
man. who was introduced bv Mrs
Benjamin Appel. president More
'ban ,5 new regular members were
installed by the chairman.
A candlel.ghting ceremony, with
h- LeXdcr K"Kan narrator,
honored 25 new Life Members
Mus.cal selections based on Torah '
rountam of |.e Were reruienti
by the Hebrew Academy ch r led
by Mrs j^k DonnersUg.
As.st.ng Mrs Makovsky. chair-
man, were Mrs t harles f rucht.
^^_5dMrs^ Ale-x.nder Kogan
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Lmb 16. 1956
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>hbath Will Be Observed Here
.1 kv trwifll tinners of thanksgiving for l
t special i prayers of thanksgiving for the re-
' habilitation of persecuted and im-
poverished. Jews through vocation-
al training.
ORT Sabbath services .will be
held in Temple Beth Sholom Friday
"T'nindrc-d^ of thous evening with Rabbi Leon Kronish
C eo-religiOOMi in'officiating. At the Oneg Shabbat
i be marked by
in the synagogues and
hundreds of American
,hc annual ORT Sab-
,ance. the 40.000 mem.
,men's American OR
following the service, members of
the Greater Miami chapter and
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter
will act as hostesses to the congre-
gation.
Mrs. Irving Sussman, region pres-
ident, will speak.
Mrs. Irving Tillis, vice president
of the Greater Miami chapter, and
Mis. Milton Porlman, vice presi-
dent of the Miami Beach After-
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noon chapter, are directing ORT
Sabbath activities in this area.
Women's American ORT is a
membership organization affiliated
with the American ORT Federation
which currently receives funds, ex-
clusive of membership dues, by
special agreement with the Joint
Distribution Committee, a member
j agency of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
Funds for Medical Center
Card party Saturday evening at
the Israelite Center will be spon-
sored by Chaim Weizmann group
of Hadassah. Proceeds are ear-
marked for Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization and Medical Center.
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs.
Mary Bassine and Miss Rosalyn
Strauss.

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''.iSi tkKKAN
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Ai.'Si Ai-liK
MiSS PULLMAN
MliS OfftNHiiM
Engagements Told By Proud Parents In Greater Miami
Pullman-Levine
lch 10 is Hi.' date ol '
ol w ilma Joj Pulln in
i N Levins Bite rill ho the
hot* 1
The coui enga ement is an-
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Mauk-lrwin
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: in to-be is Jack B Irwin,
Of Dl "'I Mr- John !> !
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Berrnart-Scha"n
Mr. and Mr- M man,
- '. 15th -t innounee the
i their d Hal-
yard R Sell
lie i- the SOB of lira I
ton, Hollywood The groonvte-
aduate of Pace Collet I
York He and his fiancee plan
i eh wedding.

Tobies-Rosfnfhal
7 hi i^n! of their dauph-
ESnid Mama, i- being an-
bj Mr anil Mr- Paul
; bias. : Her fiance i> Mum* Roaenthal,
kbraluua Eta enthals, Mi-
ch.
led i- a member of
Delta Phi locial fraternity.
Oppenheim-Kurt jack
menl <>l Mia Pauline
Oppenl i I Irwin Joseph
Kurtsack is announced hj Rer par-
ent-. Mr. and Mr- I harles OpBOB
hcim. Miami Beach.
The bride elect's fiance i> the
-on Of Mr. and Mn ItOITil A KlUt-
i ^ ork City.
Ml Oppenhein graduated from
High s, h <>i and Boa
Ion I tj She al>o attended
niversit] Of Alabama, where
she was preaidenl of s.gma Delta
Ian sodal ororit]
Her fiance i- a graduate of New
York I Diversity, the I nivrr-ity of
Iowa in.I !>.-- Monies Still College
(i (Meopatky and Surgery. He In
terned M the All tenter Hospital
of Detroit and is now associated
with the Magnolia Clink of Opa-
locka.
ovemha;|
B'nai B'rith Function to Feature
' Lovely, Poised 'Miss Israel off]
First major. connvin>>- win*,
function for State of Israel Bonds
to he sponsored by all Dane coumy
units of B'nai B'rith was an-
nounced Wednesday. The affair, en-
titled "A Night in Israel.'" will he
held Dee. 11 at 8 p.m. in the Al-
giers hotel.
The joint announcement was
made by George J. Talianoff. proaa-
dent of the Anti-Defam;'tion
League; Sidney Efronson. presi
of the B'nai B'rith Men's Council
Of South Florida: and Mr*. Gorge
Baltuch. president of the Wom-
en'* Council of Sou'h Florida.
Mi-- Sarah Tal. Miss I-r:iel of
1956 and Israel's representative in
tho 1056 Mi-s Universe cot
will be one of two guests of honor
and speakers. The second sneaker
will be "of national importance."
according to bond chairman Jacob
Sher.
Sher praised B'nai B'rith for im-
plementing its accelerated program
of economic aid to Israel as an- u/A r -.
nounced last week by national pres-, v,orf(m^ S Circle 1
ident Philip Klutznick. English-speakfaH
Miss Tal. who came to the Cnited cle Branch 1050 will-
States this summer to participate evening at the LwttJ
in the worldwide beauty eontest, '"n ;|'"' Max Greenhaj
will, on her return to Israel, be the revealed here that el*.
much-feted "Queen for a Year delegate to the naUaaa]
She has postponed her return, how- directors will take
ever, in order to speak to the Amer- scheduled is a "rnaar
ican Jewish community about the conducted by Mrs.
role of the Israel Bond drive in ad- uck
vancing Israel's economy.
A student of economics and nei
oloffy, with a particular interest in
the integration of immigrants. Miss
Tal left school at the ae of 18
to enter Chen, the Women's Army
of Israel. Initially she joined the
Pioneer Volunteers, who were sol-
dicrs by night, agricultural work-
ers by day. Later, she worked at
Israel Army headquarters in the
historical branch.
Poised, lovely and intelligent, she
has won the hearts of people every-
where.
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Mapping plans for a Dec. 11 "Night in Israel" axe (left to right)
George J. Talianoff, Mrs. George Baltuch and Sidney Efronson.
Talianoff is Florida president of Anti-Defamation League. Mrs.
Baltuch is president of B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South
Florida, and Efronson is president of B'nai B'rith Men's Council
of South Florida. This will be first major, community-wide effort
for State of Israel Bonds to be sponsored in Greater Miami by
B'nai B'rith.
Put-off Boat Ride Launched Sunday
Seventh Talk in Series
"Solomon Inn Gabirol" will be
topic nl I lecture by I)r Abra-
ham Wolfaon Sunday evening at
I Outdoor Forum. 11th
n Cl 'II kl the
nth in a series on philosophers
A question and anawat period will
w Dr. WoUaon's talk. Mn
Minnie Shubov will recite from
lorn Alt-ichem.
Bikur Cholem Kosher Convales-
cent Home will hold a !>oat ride
Sunday, rfov 18. due to depart 1
p.m. from Brd at and Collins ave
Mr- Bdward Klkin is chairman
of the committee in charge of the
function which has lieen postponed
from Nov. 4.
Other committee members in
elude the Mesdaroes Isidore Cohen.
Edith Brenner. Jacob Wexler. Bva
Leopold. Dora Steckel and Sara
Block, ntfrnahmanli
The Mesdames Alfred I.es-er.
Sara Ko-strin and Sonia Weiss, en-
tertainment.
City of Hope Chopfer
Miami Beach chapter. City of
Hope National Medical and Re-
search Center, will hold a barbecue
party Sunday afternoon. Dec. 2.
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Aaron
Tubin. 7.">36 Cutlass ave. Treasure
Island.
Mr- IWnard Goldfinger is pres-
ident. Program chairman is Mrs.
Ham Strull.
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Shown above is Parsons' second store at 163rd
Street Shopping Center. Like Parsons at 3410
Coral Way, the new store features and special-
izes in "dressy" gowns, formals and cocktail-
type apparel. Both Parsons stores are fully
equipped to outfit, arrange and service to last
detail wedding rehearsals, ceremonies and re-
ceptions. Olga L. Parsons, owner and operator
of this unique organization, has received na-
tional recognition for her service. A recent
magazine, in commenting on Parsons, notes
that every bride is presented with a blue
garter, a bride's book of plans and a copy of
her wedding photograph on a souvenir dinner-
sized china plate.
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Member 16, 1956
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AJCongress Drive Follows Beach Meet
,hi.M,am' B!a,cn Louise-Brandeis | The Nov. 9 breakfast was a lead-
chapter breakfast-coffee kickoff; off event for Miami Beach units in
was held Friday at the home of; an eir;ht-day effort aimed at foci;s-
Mrs. Sidney_finger for the special ins public attention on the role
"American Jewish Congress Week
proclaimed by Mayor D. Lee Powell
through Nov. 18.
Heading the Miami Beach mem-
bership drive mobilization are Mrs.
Iarry Friedland. president, and'
Mrs. Willie Hollander, division
membership chairman.
Sisterhood Marks
nniversary
Eighth Ai
of citizens in a democracy. More
than 500 divisions and chapters of
the AJCongress and its Women's
Divisions in all sections of the
country are participating simul-
taneously in the nationwide festivi-
ties.
During the one-week effort,
AJCongress units here and across
the nation are reminding Ameri-
cans (1f their citizenship obligations
not only Election Day. but also on
I every other day of the vear.
The American Jewish Congress,
j founded in 1918 by such leaders as
I Dr. Stephen Wise and Supreme
Court Justice Louis D. Branch: bj
Wednesday evening, Nov. 21.
Temple JMea Sisterhood will cele-
brate its eighth anniversary.
ghlights of the evening will the national aassociation of Amer
"" -'uTan rf -W! W -9.9
liesses at AJCongress kickoff are Mrs. Larry Ann Kaplan, Mrs Hermnn ^nio^oi jut m.
and. president. Mrs. Willie Hollander. Malkin and MrsPincus Loomed No^hn
ship chairman, Mrs. Sam Herder. Mrs, is Mrs-JSidney Finger OW"
bbersr
Pennario to Perform MacDowell;
Brahms C Minor Symphony Slated
Dazzling American pianist Leon-
ard PennarW) will play an American
composition when he appears with
^P*
by Wavne Barlow, with oboe solo
by Julien Buloyh: and Johannes
Brahm;' monumental Symphony
the Lniversity of Miami Symphony No. 1 in C minor, op. 68.
Pennario's reputation increases
include a halt hour show presented
by the Fred Astaire studio in Coral
Cable-, whose instructors and stu-
dents will entertain members with
demonstrations of ballroom danc-
ing.
Sisterhood will mark the anni-
versary occasion with the lihting
of a huge birthday cake by all past
presidents Sisterhood chorus will
render a musical program under
the direction of Robert Strassburg.
Chairman of the event is Mr-
Jack Somberg.
ican Jews committed to the preserv-
ation and extension of the demo-
cratic way of life and to the crea-
tive survival of the Jewish people.
Sisterhood in Games Affair
Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
Center will hold a card party Mon-
day evening, Nov. 19, at Wonder-
land, 1335 SW 67th ave. Mrs. Nor-
man Richman is chairman of the
games-dessert affair.
Orchestra.
Pennario has chosen Edward
MatDowell's Concerto No, 2 in D
minor, op. 23, to brim: to Miami
audiences something of the per-
sonal, fiery touch he display al the
kevlxiard in so many of hi- i y now
well-known Capitol recordings.
across the nation with each pass
ing month. He has already become ;
noted as an interpreter of Bartok, \
Prokofflef ami Rachmaninoff.
Of his performance of the lat-
tcr's difficult Concerto No. 3 in D
minor, op. 30. Allen Young, Den-
He is scheduled to appear with ver Post music- critic, wrote recent-
the orchestra, under John Bitter's ly: "The power to lunge with force
baton, Sunday and Monday eve- into reams of intricate writing and
create music which spoke always
with a stunning blend of strength
and poetry made his performance
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Pennario's performance of the
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Impending Eban, Meir Visits Here
Spur Drive Toward Million Bond Goal;
Preparations Eye McDonald Function
Cronter Miami's more than 200 Broad. Jack A Cantor lack Car-
Jewish organizations this week ac-
celerated thrir already intense
campaign for record State oi Israel
Bonds Bales. The dramatic drive,
with a goal of SI.000.000 now in
sight, will be climaxed Dec. 20 at
the Miami Beach auditorium.
Ambassador Abba Eban's visit,
to coincide with a mammoth "S.i
lute to IsrtM!." is expected to at-
tract more than 3.000 persons. Ad-
mtadon Will he by the purchase ol
at least $100 in Israel Bonds or by
the sale 01, $300 in Israel Bonds
A top-level committee is in the
process of formation for the Din-
ner of State honoring Oolda Meir.
Israeli Foreign Minister That func-
tion I- slated Dec. 3 at the Fon-
taineblca'j.
Members oi the dinner commit-
tee, announced bj Israel Bonds
chairman Jacob Slier, include Si.I
in j Ansin, Sam Blank. Shepard
| ner. Samuel N Friedland. %Dr.
' Morris Goodman. Isadore Hecht.
Howard Kane. Samuel Ripnis, Bid-
r~\ irt, S in C Levenaon,
v ire i man, B tnjamin Mey-
( Mm < [I Da' Dan Buskin,
. Ma' Weitl.
Ms hile Hi" North Shore
Jewish Center prepared for th
Nov. 21 visit of .lames G McDon-
ald, first United States .\mli.issad..r
to Israel.
Nathan Gttckman was named as
co-chairman to Mai Krauts for
the atfair. which will take place al
the i enter at 8 p ni \\'e.lnes.l.i\
The congregation, one of the out-
standing for Israel Bonds sales in
the country, will be honored al the
meeting". Rabbi Mayer AbramowiU
and Milton Mannheimer, president,
will ri ceive recognition from Mi
Donald
David Provus fleft) turns over a $5,000 chock for State of Israel
Bonds to Mrs. Louis Glasser as Yohanan Meroz and Mrs.
Provus (right) look on. Payment by Provus, a Trustee of Israel
was a highliqht of recent meeting at Shelborne hotel. Mrs.
Glasser presided and Meroz. first secretary of the Israel Em-
bassy, wa principal speaker. More than S10.000 in Israel
Bonds were purchased at the meeting attended by 300 persons
representing 127 Greater Miami Jewish organizations.
Find Plans for Dance
Ladies' Auxiliary of North Shore
Jewish War Veterans Post 677 met
Wednesday evening at the Surf-
-..I.- Chamber of Commerce bldg.
Membership report was present-
ed by Mrs. F.ugene Schwartz and
JFS TakeiTpp,
'" Conferenct
Mrs. Sydney w,m, -
he relations comni^
**r ?' the Florid. ChTliw!
,I0" of the agenev ,'
conference held bv ik!
s.on in Ft. Uuderdale
The conference i
with the care of the l^H
child. Reflecting IbJcSS
interest of Jewish Famfl^l
'" the needs f d,,,3B
Maxwell Fassler. cSJS
mor. spoke both FridayZ*\
final plans heard on tktanu i
annual dance Nov. 24 at*
moral hotel
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Five P.oneei Women, who each purchased
1.000 State of Israel Bonds, join Capt. Tuvia
Smolensk} of Israeli Motor Ship Daaan. at rally
held last Thursday niaht at Kneseth Israel
Congregation auditorium. Left to riaht. are
Mrs. Sophia Plotkin. Mrs. Esther Yaffee. Mrs.
Anne Frey. Mrs. Jacob Robbins and Mrs.
Vivian Pace. They are shown presenting a
scroll containinn names of all bond purchaser*
c: the Labor Zionist rally, which 7.000 ton-
Dagan will carry back to Israeli Premier David
Bf n-Gunon in honor of his 70th birthday.
Principal speakers at rally were icrmer Sen.
Claude Pepper, who praised Israel as "a true
bastion of democracy in the Middle East." and
Rabbi Max Shapiro, who said Israeli action
against Egypt "might well have prevented a
Third World War." Rally ?old some $16,000 in
Israel Bonds, with Joshua Stadlan as chairman.
DADE FEDERAL Says:
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Drew Pearson Will Address Men's Club

nitial meeting of Golden Band of North Shore David Erlichman. and Joyce and Larry Finn
ewish Center, club for young married couples. Seated Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual
-ok place Sunday evening in the Center leader of Center. Guest speaker was Norman
dal hall. Disctunng results are (left to Bean.director of research and development of
fight) Bob and Rita Grant. Zev and Muriel WTVJ.
Kogan, Sandy and Shellye Rattner, Sandi and
Ifficial Dade Tally Shows 244,747
Cast Ballots in the Nov. 6 Election
As the outcome of the Probv Senator: J .. Baton,
hip campaign con- '
nued contested this week, all
her Dade county races in last
today's general election con-
luded with a total vote of 244:747
lorn a registration of 329.960.
JThe results, with Democrats the
men in all campaigns except
le Presidential race, included:
I ; > I > I-" i i: li. .w .r ,
I i i I .t-Hi.v i'oil in- i ".:.:":.
I \. Wm-liburn Ji.. S,I40.
[' B. I .im 4L
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fun. li' ': I a .. s liiil.in, H7 iT:i.
Stati I'.. |.i. ,, ,.
l. Mollahan Jr., 119.87S. Ar-
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B "n Jr l"i 215 Thi u lore P

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J '' (Cliff) I'.i i. ii. IU.M1 Hubert
> Ainlii .-. SO .
_i'Hii.;y CommlaMtoner, District I:
N !. I Ii.,, |e !
BflRliHtl, 1
County Commlaal......i. I ilstrli i S
Charier (i" ;.-ki u.iii. 113 :.;
(..-.ric>> liriinil !,. .;:!.v;(.
B hool Boai I, IMotrl i I R I.
ii.: I ,..-,i Paul An ei
8rhor| Board, Dlatii Um
Breni '.' 111,6.'.; II hiiI M
Rhotkln,
.in- n. ,.f i ,. ]..,. ... |.
Uoyd U
Kate*, i'
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(Newt) Hudson, 19,135, N'athan Ben-
1'" 'PI......i I candidates
foB ..Mi,- .....i i,i. n tal-
lies:
i s. gen
Dade Circuit Judge: Group l,
1 I' Anderson IM,5 '; nup
-' Raj Peai son, I: nd i Iroup
:;. Harold R. Vann, 110,551.
The sensational article entitled
"Confessions of an S.O B." now ap-
pearing in the Saturday Evening
j Post, has created more than a mild
furor in international, national and
other diplomatic circles.
Drew Pearson, the controversial,
| provocative author whose columns
appear In more than 650 newspap-
er- around the world, will appear
j as guest speaker at Temple Israel
Men's club meeting Monday eve-
ning, Dee. 10.
last September. Pearson was in-
i vited by the Israel government to
Prepare some TV film for govern-
I-------------------------------
Board Meeting Set
For Sholom Women
Hostesses at a lunchpon follow-
ing the regular monthly board
meeting of Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom will be Mrs. Louis
Shapiro, Mrs. Saul Herman. Mrs.
Norman J. Russ, Mrs. Irving Roth-
man. Mrs. Jacob ('. FUhman and
Mrs. Harry Nadler. according t<
announcement by Mrs. Sol S. Pine
Sisterhood president.
The meeting is scheduled to take
place Friday morning in the
Pie patio. Regular business of the1
board will be conducted prior to
the luncheon at which the plans
and progress of the Sisterhood's
major fund raising project, the ad
journal, will he discussed*.
Mrs. Louis Shapiro is the ad jour-
nal chairman.
I ment use. At this Temple Israel
I meeting, Pearson will relate his
I personal impressions of Israel and
! the Suez Canal situation.
Due to the limited seating capac-
ity at Temple Israel, attendance
will be by invitation according to,
Al Hirsch president. These may be
secured from the Men's club com-
mittee, T. T. Sandier, Morton Grant,
Sylvan Kahn, Al Hirsch, Fred Dia-
mond and Herman Binder, or by
applying at the Temple Israel of-
fice, 137 NE 19th st., Miami.

MfW PcAKSON
For Buys In Acreage
Consult The Jewish Floridhn
iMilie Production Due Here Dec. 10
I Cecil B DcMille's "The Ter|
lommandnv nts," biggest produc-
jon in motion picture history,
peib on riday, Dec. 14, at the
each Theatre. Miami Beach, and
mpia Theatre, Miami. An
J 'Kent in the South-
f-i 'hi- year, the film will be pre-
"ted i rved seat basis at
lee and evening pertorm-
fcee.
[Cnarliori H. -i,,n i the role of
IFS Sfatrer Gets
Ws Top Title
iMr> Ruth Rosenberg, employ-
Pent counselor in the Vocational
frviccbii rtment of Jewish Fam-
15 Sen in has been elected an
Ifcociatc of the American Psvcho-
wcal Assn.
. Mlv l: Tg was trained in
fofcssional vocational service at
Peers' College. Columbia I'ni-
F>ft>. Obtaining her MA degree j
1 vocational guidance and occupa-
""al adjustment.
Moses heads an enormous east as*
semhled hy the famous director-
producer, blending the top talents
of every theatrical field, including
Yul Brynner, Anne Baxter. Judith
Anderson. Edward (!. Robinson and
' many others.
The picture prc-enls the per-
sonal story "t Moses, from bis find-
ing; in the bulrushes by a princess
of Egypt to his farewell on Mount
Nebo. Key scenes tor the spectacu-
lar drama were filmed in VistaVis-
ion and Technicolor in authentic
Biblical surroundings.
During the ten years of advance
preparation for the actual filming
of "The Ten Commandments,"
which required more than two
years, DeMiile and his research
staff studied both the King Jair.cs
and the Douay versions of the
Bible, and all. other available
sources mi the lite and times ot
Moses, including ancient Hebrew
writings and the Koran.

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u_ Friday^^^
Coral Gables Jewish Center Reveals
Change of Name to Temple Judea
Nathan Winokur. president, an- Judea. indicated that this move
nounced Wednesday that Coral 'will stabilize the family support
Gables Jewish Center has approved of the congregation's membership."
a change of name to Temple Ju- starting with 27 families eight,
ttea. m ago. the Coral Gables Jew !
Winokur said that the cbaMt ,sh Center recently paassed the!
will also bring a shift in ideals 4,10 family mark, with its program;
from a socially planned coamun (,t religious, social and cultural c-
ity center to a family integrated tjvities. serving all aav levels and
Temple membership."" including nursery school, teenage
In releasini; Wlnokur's an group, in cooperation with the
nounccment. Rabbi Morris Skop, Greater Miami Jewish Community
spiritual leader of the new Temple (enter, Sinfonietta. Theatre Guild.
alult choirs-and children's chorus-
i- 1 Sisterhood and Brotherhood
of over 200 men and women in
each and such special affiliates as
Cotillion. Voung-at-Heart and Adult
Education.
The daily Hebrew and religious
school is headed by an education
director guiding over 550 boys and
Group
New Theater
Being Formed Here
Meeting to launch the new The-
ater Guild of Temple Kmanu-KI will
be held Monday evening, No* 19.
at the Sam Hirsch School of Drama, girls.
J3<*r AKNOLD HHSCHMAN
47th st. and F'inetree dr.
Mrs. Albert Shapiro, temporary
chairman, revealed Wednesday
that all persons interested in dra-
matic activity, regardless of con-
gregational affiliation, are welcome
to attend
Temple Judea is at 320 Palermo
ave.. and has been dubbed "the
Miracle Jewish Congregation off
Miracle Mile."
Herman Will Head
Local Congregation
Sam Herman has been elected
president of the Miami Hebrew
Professional staff as_si.stinR_Rabbi;Schooi and Congregation.
Other officers named at an elec-
Skop include Cantor Irving Robin-
son; Robert Strassburg, musical!.
Aim of the group is to form a dircctor- ^ K.sner educat.on' i!on "T^i nere ,nc,"de "M
community -wide theater on a non- dlrector; and a faculty of 45 cer- i DfcrewiSh/ h"H^ar> president: Her-
professional basis. wh a schedule tlflod professionally trained teach-1 _____ .Gl!*\ ,rst __? *****
Of plays and drama workshops to crs I Morns Sokol, second vice presi-
be presented here. 1 ..... ... 1 dent.
HTKh ,s director of the new ,hjT!L nfM'I t s* I Robert Schweitzer, treasurer:
the I nion of American Hebrew'
Congregations and is identified
with Liberal Judaism in its inter-
pretation It is affiliated with the
Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish
Education, and all students must
abide by the three-year Hebrew
school attendance required for Bar
Mitzvah. Bas Mitzvah and Con-
firmation.
group.
'New Deal' in Food
At Copper Skillet
Junior Hadassah
In Member Drive
Miss Sandy Froeel. president of
the Miami I hit of Junior Hadas-
sah. Wednesday revealed the open-
ing of a membership drive due
Sunday morning at a brunch at the
home of Miss Bertha Lieberman.
19 Ovieda. Coral Gables.
Scheduled is a skit by Miss Diane
Cohen on the story of Junior Had- m ,he> _-, openjng of the
tL n 1 f"PPer Skillet restaurant in Nor-
The group will also meet Tues- mand Is| Miam| ^ h F| d
day evening at the home of Mia. _. geltlng jts flrst ,aste of _._.
Marsha Lazar 3170 SW 4th st. m_tic ^^^
Mias ( ohen 1 home. 3111 SW 11th _.;,. ,. ___ .
St., will be the s.te of the member-1 _2__ .??** "SHfJf 0P"
*.hip drive windup Saturday eve- f1r','n TSSItVfiH*
ning Dec 1 Oregon. Kansas and Washington.
in'charge of information on the ^'J^SJSA 1Kpartner in I
group and the current membership 11?,'','^ d"ar """.>-
drne ,s Mia. Elaine Bell p settmg he stage here for a six
I store Florida chain all equipped
with the revolutionary automation
idea in restaurant cooking.
These futuristic kitchens feature
such items as steaks grilled and
atomized with smoke flavor in one
ninute. 45 seconds: hickory smoked
The new exciting Paradise re* rlbs cooked and seasoned in a real
taurant will open Thursday after- je, bake smokehouse in eight min-
ave. The 3 utes. Even the coffee is measured
>ffer automatically into the pot and elec-
in trically controlled until perfectly
brewed.
Mrs. Zona Schwadron. financial
His Grandparents
At Bar Mitzvah
Rabbi Henry Okolica. of North
Dade Jewish Center, officiated at
the Bar Mitzvah of Arnold Fleisch-
man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Fleischman. Miami Shores, at the
Center Oct. 10.
In attendance were his paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Fleischman. of N. Bay rd.. Miami
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Berkowitz, maternal grandparents,
who flew in from New York.
Other guests included Dr. and
Mrs. B. Belinki, Youngstown. O:
Mrs. Evelyn Applebaum and daugh-
ter. Judith, and Rose Gassman, all
of Laurelton. L. I.
Arnold attends eighth grade at
Horace Mann Junior High School.
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secretary: Mrs. Edward L. Becker,
recording secretary; and Mrs. Na-
than Coulton, corresponding secre-
tary.
Board members elected are Max
Apfelbaum, Edward L. Becker, Sam
Blank. Nat Blumberg. Herbert
Feldan. Charles Hablow. David
Meltzer, William Weintraub, Joe
Rutansky. Sam Cohen, Max Stein,
Jack Stone and Mrs. Robert
Schweitzer.
JAMES H. PRICE & COMPANY
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Thanksgiving Day dining.
Paradise restaurant specializes
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kmshes and other Jewish deiicaci,-. Mailmen's Bags Bulge
Postmen's bags are bulging with
Al.o available are delicious pas 238.000 envelopes of Tuberculosis
tries, cakes, chalahs and rolls baked Seals for delivery to the many
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SAMUEL OSTROW
H Hih >i retired milliner
caaVhrri years ago
1 ii He >n' h Mason and membt r
' .,i,. Km mil El He H i-
Rudolph; two
: ullnc Mi-*. Kannle Mi.sk.
,n.l ime grandchild.
. \. i n in R veratde-
C Memorl.il Chapel. Ni.rmnnilV*
|nnh burial In N'' City.
HERBERT FESSLER
L, ..i sw died Soy. 10.
tin,' ben leven year* ago from
. be a .< lmnk
ill've ai -ll inort* '"-
l'.. ii. hi* wife. Bather,
, \i i ;.ir i Kerm r. Serv-
[ I Ionic i I'uneral
Kni, | i n Mi. Nebo Ceme-
LOUIS S. RICHMAN
;. died N
. oajne
: Bi ookl) i ar.d
... im were
I ll m i VI
i

AARON SIROTA
II.
I lea, h for
ii. In,I.- i MMI,
ii i \V. Ill -
S II, with
. i'. mi I
GEORGE FELDMAN
I I r I :. : I. r Mir,.
I ,,f illllll i,.
- i !- Ml :n M.i II
.< H If* a>< ii nt
i in Inter-
'.'I In
punk'. II, lived . Dr. Leo Baeck, 83f
Dead in London
LONDON (JTA)Dr. Leo Baeck,
head of the World Union for Pro-
gressive Judaism and one-time
Chief Rabbi of Berlin who refused
to Oee Germany during the Nazi
era and subsequently spent the last
two years of World War II in the
Theresienstadt concentration camp,
died here last weekend. ,! was 83.
After the liberation. Dr. Baeck
urged Jews to leave Germany and
took his own advice. In London,
where he made hi-, home, he re-
mained active in (be work of tfie
Council of Jews from Germany,
heading it until the day of his
death. Even'before the Nazi era,
he became world renowned as a
scholar and philosopher of Juda-
ism.
He made frequent visits to the
United States including until the
last few years, short stays to teach
at the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion, the Amer-
ican Reform rabbinical seminary.
Jart^ffH-ifir*

Mr*. Muriel HmuuUeh. and
Urorgc K. 1,1,,, ,
Page 11 B
AARON ANKER
M. of : i ui< blmaii ave., iii,-,i Mo .
' "Iff, Anna, a daughter ;.,.,!
I ,,,11 SUrvlVf .,.,
wjwj ''i'-l iii charg* ol local arrange.
WILLIAM ROTHMAN
r, ,ii. i \,,.. ; ii,.
Ived at MO in', p.....,.,
No> -in :
r'1, ''' h Mi n .,: Chapel, Wash-
!""" aw,. Mth ,, Kooku"
HARRY SHORE
|T. of 1818 S\V Ith -i ,,.,| nv. s
W cam, bare i. ,.,,.,.
','.' ''' ",| l Kurvlveal bj bin rW*
"'; I ai Ulv, -'
...l, :.i. mortal <"!>.,;,.' ri:..,i, r
t .h burw in mi
MRS. 0*RT1UOE LEVY
5S ,,r i;,.tn Mi, blaan
She ,:> mi- Ii.
Ued Nov. T.
ago from In I-
Hnd had been iiii Berkahlre for 12
Vl Ii l'lo\ Iiik III i f,,nr v, ||
from Jemi QtJ N I He a/an one f
ihi- tup ten aaiearoen of the country.
Other survivors Include a .laughter.
adelph .i rhrei |ua|n_ M|I
Anna iirn. Uiaml Reach, and two
S.b?r. w,"vlv' rvlvea I- In
rbUadelphlu. with i:,\.,.ui.
Memorial Chapel In charge of W al
airallKt mi nt~.
MRS. SADIE STAIMAN
U. of 101 Alton i-l died Nov. ( Bha
bad lived here H years, oomlna from
B i okb-n. Her husband, Jacob; two
0M, Herman and Rol l brother
ami slater mi rive. s. v i,,.. were
8 ai Riveraldc Beai h Memorial
I iiajM-i. Washington ave., with burial
in .Mt. .sinai Cemetery.
ALLAN FERTIO
41, owner and operator of a bar In
ill.ii.-ah. died Nov, 5 He name here
t'ii yaara aeo from New York and
Uved al LSI \v. and "I He wax a
in. mii.r ,,< Hialeah Lion* and Mi >ac
He leave* his wife, fJIgl; mother, Mr*.
Mildred lartls: and brother, l.i Col
in Partis-. Sewrtce* were Hot.
. in I.onion Kuneral Home, with
burial In Sew Y,,i:,.
MAX LUBINER
''<. of Mi, Wet) ,i\.. died Wov I \
retired real aatate broker, he
en from Mew York and
a dau(ht wart In New York.
CHARLES RUBIN
71. of US xw i*th tor., died Nov. I
a .iriia si,,,,, owner, he leavei his
i Blanche two aona, Herbert ami
Harold: and two daurbtera, Mrs. Dorli
tnk*leteln ami Mrs. ituth fJUckman.
Services and burial were In Mew York
with ltlvi.isi.ii-i:...,,.|, Memoi al Chapel
in charge locally.
MORRl* WOOTNER
818 .1. far-.mi ,,\t. ivl,., .-,,,,,,
Bare fly* rear* ago rrorrJ IVfrolt, died
\ retired woodcarver, he I*
Mi
survived by hi* wife, Cella; a .launh-
i.-i. Mrs Be||( LeSost; ami tbree sons.
Ben, Leo and Max. Rervlcei wer< Mov
7 at Klv..rsi,i. ii.... i. Memorial Chapel,
Washington ave., with burial in Btar
of i 'it \ iii Cemetery.
SOLOMON OROUOIN
to. owner of drew shop on Collins
.i\. died Mo> ". ii. was ., Miami area
n aldenl !> yean ii, am.- here (ran
Atlanta an.I lived al I67 Waehlna:-
'"ii av lb- \>.,s ., founder of Bath
David Congregation, member of Mahl
Khrlne Tempi* ami i.ast exalted ruler
,.f i-;ik.s loiiur atv ii.- leavei his wife.
Jeanett; dauxhti-r. Ethel Lee Qrodln;
ami t,. brother*. bVrvlce* and burial
were In Atlanta, with local arrange-
ment* i... Hi winan-i;,,idon Kuneral
Home.
Gables Zionists Will Hear
Talk on Justice Brandeis
Coral Gables Zionist District will
meet Wednesday evening at Zamo-
ra Jewish Center.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Zamora
spiritual leader, will discuss "rfigh-
lights of the life of Justice Bran-
deis." The talk is in commemora-
tion of the Brandeis Centennial
Year.
Also to be reviewed are latest
events in the Middle East crisis
Nome Builders Show Due
Home Buildeis Assn. or South
Florida will sponsor a Home Build-
ers Show at Dinner Key auditori-
um Nov. 25 thapugh U*jt. 2. I.
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LOUIS J. BOONER
H, of .'i-'iii SW Ith St., illi- He cam* bare ifi sraara ago from Sew
York an.l wan a galnter ami i.mim :
bangi i. as weU as moniber of Pafntera
I'nlon Local 'A$:>. He is survived by hla
uifi-. Jean; s,,n. Haroart: daughtera
Gloria: five slater* ami thru, grand-
ohHdren. nervlce* were Nov. at
Ooedon I uneral Home, with burtaj in
Mt. Nebo i Sentatery.
HERMAN B. SPRINGER
63. of S550 NW 13th ave. retired
pharmacist, died Nov .V H* came here
14 years sro from Newark, N.J.. hii'I
was a menibi'r of Southwest Mi
lodge, BoOttlsh Kite and Mahi Shrine.
Surviving are his wife. Oene; aoti,
Jack; sister and xranil.hil.l Bervfcea
were Nov. B at Gordon 1-um ral Home,
with burial in mi. smai Cemetery.
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