The Jewish Floridian

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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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Spatial Coverage:
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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 30, 1956
Price 20*
oel Foreign Minister Due For Miami Visit On Monday
* -* *
m OF FLEEING EGYPTIAN JEWS GROWS HOURLY AS CHIEF RABBI RESIGNS IN PROTEST
lda Meir Dinner Set;
500 to Attend Beach Fete
heater Miami Jewry this week readied one of its greatest wel-
i in history for a leader of the State of Israel. Mrs. Golda Meir,
gn Minister of the Jewish State, will arrive in Miami Monday
for a Dinner of State in her honor that night.
hie dnner, expected to be one of the most significant in Southern
ih annals, is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday at the Fontainebleau
.according to Israel Bonds chairman Jacob Sher.
Jinner chairman Jack Carner said more than 500 persons are
Ked to attend the gala function, sponsored by the Greater Miami
per of (he Guardians of Israel. Cocktails at 6:30 p.m. will precede
mer for which reservations are still available, Sher reported.
rlier in the evening, Mrs. Meir will be guest of honor at a
Jrtion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carner. (For details, see Pg. IB),
to official reception committee will greet Mrs. Meir at the airport
lay. Because she has to fly back and forth between New York,
bington and cities on her itin- +
for the State of Israel Bonds
MSOWTION GMANIZtS dCTlOW
Area Moves to Receive
Hungarian Refugees Here
Galvanized into action by the shocking aftermath of the Hungarian
revolution, in which Russian tanks have slaughtered untold thousands
of unarmed men, women and children asking for nothing more than
| their freedom, the Miami community wiH open its doors and heart to
Hungarian refugee families, it was disclosed here this week by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Participating in a dramatic Vienna-to-Miami air lift will be member
agencies of Federation, who agreed at an emergency meeting Monday
night to assume responsibility for the new immigrants.
Federation was asked to approve*-----------------------------------------------
GOIDA MfJff
... to report here
assurances for the families in a
communication here from the Unit-
ed Hias Service in New York City,
Mrs. Meir has an uncertain
dule. Exact arrival time prob-
will not be known until Sun-
[last-minute meeting of work-
(for the Dinner of State will be
at 9:30 am. Sunday at the
Bonds office, 1544 Washing-
lave.
embers of the dinner commit-
in addition to Sher and Car-
i are Sidney Ansin, Sam Blank,
M Broad. Jack A. Cantor,
uel N. Friedland, Dr. Morris
faian, Isadore Hecht, Howard
e. Samuel Kipnis, Sidney Lef-
t. Sam (' I^evenson, Marcie
fcrman, Benjamin Meyers, Stan-
|C. Myers. Max Orovitz. David
flips. Dan Ruskin, Carl Weinkle
Max Weitz.
|rs- Mfir. who came to the
(ted States to head Israel's dele-
Ion to the United Nations and to
I the bond drive, spoke in Boston
Continued on Pag* 2A
Wl OIL OFF
RABBI HAIM NAHUM STEPS DOWN
Half of Egypt Jewry Beaten, Ordered Out
CAIRO Chief Rabbi Haim Nahum resigned
from his post here in protest against Egypt's latest
move to oust some 25.000 Jews from the country.
This represents at least half of Egypt's entire Jew-
ARABS ASSUME SUBSIDY
Haughty Jordan Expels Britain
As Ties to Soviet Broadened
Syria Spreads
Soviet Menace
PElRLT I^banon reported
W ,yr'an troP concentrations
nw borders late Wednesday, as
^backed Syria and pro-West-
!q dangerously neared the
oting stage.
fcSnaSUSSian suPPlj to Sy-
r w.uuu-inan army continued to
lL,niVhat country- *S ,he
r ^ "'""k undor immedi-
[ wnaderation" Iraqi requests
J American arms.
C2LAmbas8ador Anba Eban
*m y Coun,,'-ed with a re-
lenLrequest for l'nit* SIMM
Ed ,!""*'"r N,ae!- which he
oracv "nly cshlished de-
lan envy Dmitri Shepilov
Continued on Peg. 5 A
AMMAN One of Britain's
last remaining toeholds in the
Near East is gone. Jordan tore up
its military agreements with
Britain this week, thus bringing
to a conclusion a movement
toward "independence" begun
last March when Glub Pasha was
told to go home.
Jordan also joined other Arab
rations in demanding the imme-
diate withdrawal of all British
forces from Egypt as well as
from within her own borders.
Simultaneously, Amman an-
nounced the impending establish-
ment of diplomatic and "cultural"
relations with the Soviet Union.
In making the announcement.
Premier Suleiman al-NabuIsi de-
clared that Egypt, Syria and Sau-
di Arabia had agreed in princi-
ple to compensating Jordan for
the loss of a S25.000.000 annual
;i-sistance she receives from Brit-
ain. The assistance was presum-
ably on an exchange basis with
Continued on Peg* '0 A
ish population.
Rabbi Nahum resigned when the Nasser gov-
ernment said that of his country's 50,000 Jews
only those would remain who could prove: that
"'their families have been in Egypt
since before 1900; that they have
no alliances with either Zionism
or Israel.
Meanwhile, in Paris, French
newspapers quoted an Egyptian of-
ficial as stating: "We shall send
the Jews into the Sinai desert and
let Moses lead them back to Israel.
They will suffer the fate of the
Arab refugees who have been wait-
ing since 1948 for their future to
be settled and about whom the
'. United Nations is talking."
From London came reports that
; approximately 3.000 Egyptian Jews
, have been arrested as the Cairo
Government goes ahead with plans
to intern or expel vast numbers of
.Egyptian Jews. Some 1,000 are said
I to be imprisoned in Alexandria and
2.000 in the Cario area. A Jewish
girl who arrived in London from
Cairo Wednesday described it as a
"city of terror and despair for us
a place of brutality." Jews, she
revealed, are beaten on the streets
and have been refused food. They
Continued on Peg* 10A
worldwide immigration agency.
Hias is mapping plans to settle
more than 2,000 families in Miami
For Latest Hias Report
See Hilary MindJm Pg. MA
and other cities across the nation,
who have escaped from Iron Cur-
tain countries.
A resolution passed by Federa-
tion's board of governors at the
meeting called in part for "fullest
acceptance of humanitarian
needs as the highest priority in
Continued on Page 13 A
- BULLETINS -
NEW YORK Israel For-
eign Minister Golda Meir said
Wednesday "Our government
will not stand idly by while more
than 30,000 Jews are ordered ex-
pelled from their homes in
Egyypt." She renewed a vigor-
ous demand to the United Na-
tions for immediate action to
protect -the rights of Egyptian
Jewry.
LONDON British Foreign
Minister Selwyn Lloyd strongly
hinted late Wednesday that
Britain will maintain its forces
in Egypt until steps are taken
for a permanent solution to the
Middle East problem. "We are
making more end more people
aware that this is an overall mat-
ter, with world peace largely de-
pendent on the outcome, "Lloyd
said at the airport.
$4 MILLION BUILDING GOAL EYED BY LOCAL LEADERS
DMrrffi sNfPfiov
. dileotk Ml
Mount Sinai Function is Scheduled Sunday
More than 500 top community
leaders will attend a gala dinner
celebrating the commencement of
building of the new Mt. Sinai
hospital, Sunday night in ths
Rear d Lis room of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
With reservations received
from manv of Miami's prominent
citizens, the celebration will not
only mark an historic community
milestone, but is expected to be
one of the season's most brilliant
social events.
A reception and cocktail at 6:30
p.m. will precede the dinner.
Dan B. Ruskin. chairman of the
Mt. Sinai hospital development
fund, said that "the dinner will be
a real tribute to all those who
recognized the need for the new
hospital and who generously ac-
cepted their share of the respon-
sibility in helping to make it a
reality."
He added that "with construc-
tion of the new hospital now un-
derway on Collins Island, after
years of dreaming, hoping and
Continued on Page 5 A
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Page 2 A
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Frida
7. Nov.
Hardy Chestnut-Haired Pioneer
Rose from U.S. Teacher's Post
BY ARTHUR H. LAWRENCE
Mrs. Gold* Meir. the American re:ro! Foreign Mnii-tcr ol Nr.icl
and presently the only woman in llie world holding an office of this
kind, haa UrWad in New York to head her country'- delegation to the
111I1 regular se Hi) h up on the agenda of thai Aasemblj ami paramount on thai of
Golda Men is tin1 Arab-Israel conflict or. as she sees it the
necessity to substitute .1 stable peaee, Car which Israel 1- read) and win-
ter the present regime oi strtfa and belligerency
BrOUghl M a child, toon after the turn ol the century, to Milwaukee
by her immigrant parents, utraal's Future Poreiajp Minister spent her
unpressipnabie years In the state ol Wisconsin There, while her father
worked at his trade .1- a carpenter ami her mother ran a little grocery
store, the young, eager newcomer to American shores learned in prac-
tice the ways of democracy at work, ami became I tighter for freedom
Wherever it_was- denied or threatened.
Within a few years, the now tall, gray eyed girl with ananaea of
chestnut hair, an ardent pioneer, set out for Palestine to help establish
a Jewish state in her people's ancient homeland At the moment of
her going, shortly after the end of the first World War. this was but
the figment of a dream. For then the long hold of the Ottoman Knipire
on Palestine had just been brdken: Palestine was governed by the
British under a mandate from the League of Nations, and the world,
amid the convulsions of titanic--------------------------------------------
change, was little concerned with
the age old aspirations of suffer-
ing and dispersed Jewry,
Yet the girl pioneer never wav-
ered in her convictions that jus-
m payment for tuition for her son.
But her remarkable versatility as-
serted itself in new fields Now
the intellectual woman with no
vocation for dofhesticitv became a
Mfmbe' B'noi frWi
tho would ultimately triumph, for hnUsew,fe. although she chafed at
I*0-- the isolation imposed on her by the
unending grind of daily chores.
After some years of this, moved by
her inner needs, she threw herself
once again with burning absorption
into the task of helping to shape
the future for the Jewish State
She became prominent in public
life in Nrael towards the end of the
as
pie must be under the saving il-
lusion that they can reconstitute
the life of humanity "
Floquent. vital and dedicated.
she toiled on the land, shared the
hardships of her pioneering com-
rades, cheered her fellows when
they became discouraged and was
nearly always ready to talk through twenties, primarily concerned at
the time with trade union activi-
ties
Eloquent speaker capable organ-
izer, indefatigable worker, fearless
fichter. when the first Jewish State
was reestablished in l94fl after two
thousand years, Golds Heir was
named its first Minister Plenipo-
tentiary to the Soviet Union
the problems ot the
future, no matter h u shaustina
the day had Ii
Time p issed 1 the
rbed Mi's
Mi u's Kfe for some years. For a
r husband
. nd die were poor, and she helped
do the chores In nursery school
Subscription Rates Up After Jan. 1
The Jewish PlssiaHaii will ream its subscription rate, effective
January 1. 1957. The plea is necessitated by increased costs of labor,
newsprint, wire services and staff. Cost after Jan. 1 will bo $5.00 for
one year, $4.00 for two years, and $10.00 for throe years. Regular
subscribers to The Jewish Floridian will have the opportunity to
renew their subscriptions until March 1, 1957 at the old rato.
Golda Meir Due
in Miami Monday
Continued from Page 1 A
on Sunday. Detroit on Monday
and Los Angeles on Wednesday at
Israel Bonds dinners. She will speak
in Washington Sunday night.
It will be a virtual homecoming
for Mrs. Meir in Greater Miami,
where she helped to launch the
Independence Bond Issue May 10,
1951 Mrs. Meir also came to Mi-
ami in May. 1952. for the first an-
niversary of the bond campaign.
Daring those visits, and until last
summer, she was Labor Minister of
Israel.
Bosteaaei for the dinner Monday
night wjll include Mrs. Sam
Blank, chairman, the Mesdames
Shepard Broad, lack A Canter.
Jack earner. Harry Geraten, How
ard Kane. Abraham Kaaow, Benja-
min Meyers, (ijda Kubin. Dan Rus-
km. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Samuel T.
Sapiro. Jacob Slier and Max'Write,
and the Misses Fsther anil Lillian
Goodman.
Miami Men's Club ToInstallfW
The Sterling hotel will !*> theI Baker and h, ,a,| site of the sixth annual installation Will be assWL? ^miM
and banquet of Miami Hebrew' Irv \\ iW, \, y Her%Ga
School and Congregation Men's Number i ani i A,p,e"*M
club Sunday evening. Dec. 2. Maur ''". U *** ,
Al Gentian will be installed forlai "an "ill *|J
Ins second term u president of the "rcmoniK.
('lib Other officers are Chanta
Hablow, vice president; Lcn Stien.
secretary; and Jack Stone, treasur
In charge of arrangemen'
co-chairmen Sam Cohen, Jerry
Friendship Club
Resumes Program
Friendship club, a social and fra
ternal organization for unattached
men and women of 40 and over, i,
again being sponsored this year by
North Shore Jewish Center.
Mrs. Marian Rennes and Mrs
Fdith Yordhun Wednesday said
that the purpose of the organization'
"is to eliminate the sense of!
strangeness and loneliness of those'
unattached men and women of our
community who do not have the
warmth and security of familv
life-
Motto of the club is "Find Hap-
piness Through Friendship." First
meeting of the season will be at
North Shore Jewish Center Thurs-
day evening, Dec. 6. This and fol-
lowing programs will include in-
door and outdoor activities "to en-
courage refined, cultured people to
meet and enjoy one another's com-
pany in a variety of programs such
as panel discussions, dancing and
swimming."
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Hdoy. November 30^1956
taileaders Attend Weekend UJA
Conference to Formulate '57 Goals
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fcaUon from the Miami area to
KSordinary leadership con-
r ,f the I'nited Jewish Ap-
!r"m,hi:w!Uend in New York
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Lf,r With representatives of ma-
i Jewish communities in the
I ,',i State" to help formulate
r^Sv objectives in the light
T, ne|\ immigration crisis and-
L current international situation.
| They will hear Gen. Yigael Yad-
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Page 3 A
lurdine's Picks
Jiami PR Firm
JBurdine's officials reported Wed-
Ldav that they have retained the
fciami puhlic relations firm of Ger-
L Schwartz & Richard Rundell "to
III Ihe story of the store that grew
[p with South Florida."
Horace F. (ordes. executive vice
President, and general manager.
Lid Schwartz & Rundell will map
End earn out a public relations
Usram'for all five Burdine's
Lres in Miami, Miami Beach, in
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audenlale and West Palm Beach.
The folks who have lived in
outh Florida for a long time know
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Defense Forces, tell of the explo-
sive situation in the Middle East
Serbin will be joined by Sam J
Heiman. a member of the I'nitpd
Jewish Appeal national campaign
cabinet. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff
Women's Division campaign chair
man, Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs.
I-ouis Glasser, Mr. and Mrs San
Weivsel, federation director Ben-
jamin B. Rosetiberg and Mrs. Mae
Weinstein, director of the Worn
en's Division.
Yadia, was Israel's commanding
general in the War of Liberation
and is presently head of Israel's
voluntary defense fund. In addi-
tion' to his brilliant military career.
he is known as Israel's leadin-;
scholar in the "Dead Sea Scrolls"
discovery.
The group will also hear an ad-
dress by Hon. Herbert Morrison.
former British deputy prime min-
ister.
The United Jewish Appeal over-
seas study mission, one of the
largest groups of American busi-
ness, civic and community leaders
to visit Europe and Israel, will re-
port its "on-the-spot" observations
of the Israel crisis at the confer-
ence. Top UJA officials William
Rosenwald, general chairman, Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg, president,
and Herbert A. Friedman, execu-
tive vice chairman, will deliver
major talks on Saturday evening.
An important message relating to
Israel's critical economic needs
will be given by Avraham Har-
man, Jewish Agency executive in
Jerusalem.
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Hesketh Person, as the next in his! accompanist.
A combined Torah-Chanuka pro-
gram is in the offing at Beth Jacob
Congregation Sunday evening.
According to David Whitman,
president, Beth Jacob's Scrolls of
Law will be dedicated in an unusual
ceremony, marking their recent re-
decoration with silver and plush
designed by Ben Ari, noted Israeli
artist.
The redecoration program was
under the guidance of Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Beth Jacob spiritual leader,
with Max Rephun, of the Hebrew
Book Store here, assisting.
An Hakofo procession will be led
by donors who have adopted the
care of the Scrolls of Law. Includ-
ed are Mr. and Mrs. Casper Cen-
series of talks on music and books
in the auditorium of Miami Wom-
an's club Thursday morning, Dec.
6. Soloist will be Rosina Gore, Ft.
Lauderdale soprano. Junia Sells is
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Elliott,
Mrs. Tillie Levin, Hon. Marcie Lib-
erman, Sam L. Matz, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Matz. Morris M. Scpapiro and
members of the Krevat, Lerner and
Streicher families.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
present the liturgical portions of
the program.
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LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Edi
itor
Volume 30 Number 48
Friday. November 30. 1956
Kislev 26, 5717
Mrs. Meir Arrives in Miami to Bring a Timely Message
Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir arrives
in Miami Monday and at a time fraught
with critical danger for her government, as
well as for countless Jews in the Near East.
Almost coincidental with confirmation of
her visit here comes news that approximately
half of Egypt's Jews are being expelled horn
Miami Opens its Heart
The recent turn of critical events in the
Near East has overshadowed another great
twentieth century tragedy Russia's unchal-
lenged crushing of the Hungarian revolution.
To be lamented is the fact that a people
yearning to be free and willinq to meet the
fire of Soviet tanks with their bare hands and
determined hearts must succumb while the free
world stands by.
But if the world has not offered military
assistance, it is at least opening its doors to
the thousands of refugees fleeing the terror of
the bloody Soviet campaign in Hungary. Many
of these refugees are Jews some 300 of whose
brothers and sisters died heroically in the battle
against Communist tyranny.
It is therefore heartening to note the man-
ner in which Greater Miami Jewry this week
moved to accept its share of the responsibility
our government assumes in the currently-
lounched emergency refugee immigration pro-
yam.
Announced this week was the local Jew-
ish community's intention of opening its heart*
and doors to Hungarians seeking the oppor-
tunities offered by a democratic America. Even
as Miami Jewry strains its resources to meet
the critical needs of a besieqed Israel in the
Middle East, it turns its attention to the needs
of a besieged people elsewhere.
The fight for freedom knows no boundaries.
H must be supported wherever it manifests it-
self if freedom as a concept of life is to sur-
vive the endless stream of tyrants who. from
time to time, rise on a crest of their personal
indecency to challenge it for private gain.
their homes. Simultaneously, it appears vir-
tually certain that the sudden rise to signifi-
cance of the Russian heel in Syria is destined
to be repeated in Israel's border neighbor,
Jordan.
For that nation enily this week practically
terminated all relations with Great Britain and
announced impending social, cultural and gov-
ernmental ties to Moscow's hammer and sickle.
From Israel's, as well as from the West's
point of view, these are sad developments.
Confounding the situation. Britain Tuesday
magnified the already existing strain among
the Big Three powers last major hope for a
peaceful solution to the Middle East crisis
by sharply condemning U.S. foreign policy of
the past few weeks and crediting our State De-
partment with Russian successes in the Arab
domains.
As Israel's Foreign Minister, Mrs. Meir
deals daily and intimately with all the ramifica-
tions of these critical problems. She will have
much to report to guests at the Israel Bond
function Monday evening on Miami Beach. But
while the future seems uncertain at this mo-
ment, one thing, at least, seems beyond ques-
tion the determination of the people of
Israel that what they have achieved since their
declaration of independence shall endure.
Out of the spirit of this, if no other certainty,
Mrs. Meir will ask Miami Jewry to continue its
unflagging support of Israel. There is no doubt
the response to her message will be overwhelm-
ing.
Unity at a Time of Crisis
This is a time of unquestioned crisis. The
local Jewish community joins others across
the nation in uniting their goals for the purpose
of meeting the crisis most effectively.
It is heartening to note the manner in
which individuals and organizations are offer-
ing their assistance in the matter of achieving
mis unity.
Without a coordinated plan of action, there
Would be chaotic forays on the part of count-
less groups all, we are certain, well-inten-
tioned to express organizationally-oriented
opinions in the newspapers and to press these
Opinions upon our public officials.
It is clear that only the most ineffectual
results could be expected from such planless-
ness. with maximum benefit accruing on a
publicity basis to the individuals and organisa-
tions involved.
It was to avoid this eventuality that Miami
Jewry has been playing a major role in the
drive for united action. Since the emergence
of the Israel crisis Oct. 29. local groups have
shown unprecedented maturity in submitting
to overall, voluntary surveillance of rallies, pro-
clamations and releases to the general press
as a means of airing their beliefs.
Taking the lead is the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, which some two weeks ago
foimed a committee to act as a "public rela-
tions clearing house" in this regard. The man-
ner in which the community has responded to
this voluntary surveillance does credit to its
united purpose.
A 60th Birthday Occasion
The community joins his many well-wish-
ers who congratulated Samuel Friedland Sat-
urday evening on the occasion of his 60th
birthday.
Mr. Friedland is active in numerous civic,
philanthropic and religious organizations here
and throughout the nation.
He has contributed much to the progress
of Miami, and the local Jewish community is
especially cognizant of Mr. Friedland's role
in advancing its general development.
We take the opportunity of adding our
own felicitations on his 60th birthday occasion.'
during the week
an I nee U .'. .
by LEO MINDLIN
IS.M
a> This mUs1 J
,rn n a "non.,1...
practitioner* represent all levels f a'h,' 's a "PPular" J
Sunday box camera snapshooter ,0 Z .T" from *
equipment costs hundreds of dollars in Vma,eur. wf
terms with facility. rs ,nd *ho
Against this background, and as a com
beset by countless number of wiXT tX**m
Photographs of varying intent, most of Jn?hZ wh nil* J
my, that hey were made with camera- and lT,Dh "HI
the viewers sensuous inclination. R(.,,,. ,PaW*lmr mj"
"beauty" stereotype: subtract their essentially^ ^ 5
their erotic purpose; ignore the base, M-risatt'li W
misery they exploit, and they are no lonier Dnn u* '?" l
found In many an amateur's darkroom "^graphs but theJ
The preponderant number of camera.iser. ..
with which we are-beset by published ph, ^ Hi
dificull in the extreme to applv critica ,.,.,.'* ,od""-"M
hat m be eith-r popularly StarSor a ce?,t'r ^
la I Critic in his own right, whose approach >,,itotl*'**
warped by the common misconception of a.lv r o'Uml*
pulp or cheap slick magazine editors, and In inilf '*"*
chromc-1. expensive miniature earner.,/ ""n"ft"rer-ol|
Photographic standards, therefore, are hreelv ,..*_
photographers, themselves, by art,-,, I^Lkt
communications media that seek true photoTaphic art wyftl
a reference point, it must be accept,,] ,,. ace .; jr*-*}
has a tradition, a history of evolution, a .n osophical horizon that emerges to record the chan"'^^.?!
roster of great personality whose work ,s known tJiroSX]
.
HIS AtSTHtTK VISION IMIKIS THROUGH A C4MM4 lJ
A RNOLD NEWMAN is one such personality Horn in New
his family's hotel business bronchi him first to Ada
and then to Miami Beach. His mother, Mrs Freda Newman, mm
irector. Nna
the depression a||
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'THAT'S THl PRIZE m WAHT MOST"
*NOLO NEWMAN is one such personality Born in New Yatftil
his family's hotel business broucht him first to Atlantic Cm IUI
then to Miami Beach. His mother, Mrs Freda Newman rei
Beach resident. A brother. Edward, is a local funeral director W
entered the University of Miami during the days of the deDns
studied fine art under the late Denman Fink
But the spirit of the time and the great financial suewaJ
eluded his further study. The simple need to earn a living brwl I
him to photography, which he learned under the tutelage of h2
in Philadelphia. Newman's fundamental interest had always bea
painting, but he found a deep kinship in photography. At lm,k\
tried to work in both art forms, using his camera as mai*
advancing his studies in painting. A choice was finally thrwtuaa
him; the excellence of his photographic work today speaks wile
the wisdom of Newman's choice.
He returned to Florida, managed a studio chain out of Ma 1
Beach then came to Miami Beach, where he soon operated a caai j
of his own in a number of local oceanfront hotels For a brief pant
following his Philadelphia "apprenticeship. Newman had foot a
New York, turned his camera to abstractions and documentaries, ai]
ally to portraits.
His subsequent work in Miami Beach, sharpened by his expense!
in New York by the great art^photographers, such at the en
Alfred Stieglitz. into whose contact lie came brought himartoj
ing reputation. Newman rapidly emerged from the amorphousplrinJ
of camera-users surrounding him, from the inarticulate flu* |
professionals exploiting a camera's accidental ability to record l#i
Bringing to his ability his own insightv he conquered the ds*j
lengc of a camera's harsh realism, made the camera an n-tronifSSJ
ln~ aesthetic vision. Bv the time Newman returned t" New YortiiSV]
Lite, fortune and other magazines vied for his services and wasaaj
him with choice assignments.
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wf*nArm powit mtGMATis svtiia ahd suanas *on>
IHEREVER FINE photographs are used today. Newman's w|
surely represented. ^Ii- SSOSntlal principle is to seethe]
it Is, not as those he photographs would like to see it and the
Im M.,.n. In this sense, he is omniscient oh-, rvi and """'^f^]
tator. at once. This fundamental drive toward honest) is a hallos" j
his portraits. An excellent example is his world renowned camera^w 1
of the great composed Igor Stravinsky now on exhibit. among w
Newman prints at the Miami Beach Art Center.
In this photograph, as in most Newman portraits he ** j
integrate his subject into the mechanistic pattern of hi> *J
profession. Thus, Stravinsky is seated against a -tark *""?**?.
microcosm of musical genius seemingly overwhelmed by '^ ^l
tured form of a giant piano. The interaction between Pholog",l*'LiB
subject is immediately apparent the photographer's inle^rj
power employing all aspects of his design as symbols of ]
own expressive need and the aesthetic achievement of his su=J^
But above and beyond this result, rising from the *jj^j
"clutter" of massive mechanism, there hovers an active repre*
of Stravinsky as artist. In the contrast between diminutive smo-j
macrocosmic piano, in the dominant opposite of black an ^^ j
Petrushka's tenderness and never-emerging triumph over| "*",,, I
the primordial world of Sacre; the evocative if noHjuite spirituality of Symphony of Psalms. ^j
This ability also reflected in his portraits of ^""JJaB
as President Eisenhower. Vice President Nixon. Adlai ''vT^^f
countless artists, actors and writers has brought Arnoio ^(
international accolade. His work has become a P*'ma" yL,-**'
collections at the Museum of Modern Art and the '"L^
Museum of Art in New York City. He has exhibited in rnu ^
Cleveland and the Institute of Fine Arts in Chicago, anwa
And Newman is currently preparing a book to be brougm
of America's most respected publishing houses
A rHorc-CMfmr$ imaci Of tAST ahd firrutf W r$r
EWMAN LIVES with his wife and children on West 67th JV J
York City. A few steps away, in another building, iire^ rf,
and darkroom Inevitably, photography has molded tne ^1
life, so that h.s friends include many great names in an. ^ ^,
politics. Photographing renowned personality has kep ,$
the artists' rfOQi tower, and he is in constant touch *',n '^
wing event- Indeed, it is this particular <-bar.
stamp* his work as a reflecUon of the world in wnicn m if|^j
For Newman. N m \ ork i> home, and home i- -nu
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Mnvember 30. 1956
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Dmitri Shepiiov Reports Soviet Ends Oii Shipment to Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
reported (he Soviet Union has uu-
pended shipments of oil to Israel
h he had successfully negotiate
ed last Julj for Russia to supply 40
1 "I Israeli oil needs.
!ir halted that greatly-expanded
Bon let oil supplies soon would be
offered in virtually every country
In Europe except Britain.
The British, meanwhile, were
were viewed in Washington as an
attempt to force Lebanon into the
Communist orbit, as both Jordan
and Syria menaced Iraq. If the
Soviet power play produces the
fall of the Iraqi government, it is
felt that Iraq will abandon the
Baghdad pact and enter the So-
viet fold.
Jordanian officials charged that
1.000 rifles made in Israel had been
smuggled into Syria for use bv
defj l\ resolutions demanding! ,. .. ........
withdrawal United Nations General
\ ambly, Egypt pressed Wednes-
bynan Moves towards Lebanon day for either the immediate with-
| drawal of British, French and Isr
raeli armies from Egyptian soil bt
I the expulsion of the three couth
tries from the UN.
#
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TEL AVIV Israel naval
units have already entered
the Gulf of Akaba through the
Strait of Tiran, rwwly freed from
Egyptian blockade by the cap-
ture of the island at the close of
the Sinai campaign. Israel's de-
clared intention of evacuating
Egyptian territory has caused
unrest among the resident of
Gaza, with hostile elements in-
citing the other Arabs to oppose
the Israeli regime.
Sinai Function Scheduled Sunday as $4 Million Goal Eyed
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icob Sher (left), chairman of founders, and Dan B. Ruskin,
hairman of development fund, examine cake replica of new
tl Sinai hospital.
Continued from Page 1 A
planning, we truly have great
cause to express our heartfelt
thankfulness and rejoicing."
Construction of the new 300-
bed hospital on Collins bland
started immediately after ground-
breaking ceremonies on Oct. 14.
The dinner will climax an inten-
sive drive to push the fund for
construction of the new hospital
to well over the S3 million mark.
The over-all goal for the hospital
is in excess of S4 million.
The dinner will be held under
the auspices of the development
fund's initial gifts division, of
which Leonard A. Wicn is chair-
man and Isadore Hecht, vice
chairman.
, This committee has assumed a
major share of the responsibility
in the current stepped-up cam-
paign to pass the S3 million mark.
A highlight of the committee's
efforts is a series of parlor meet-
ings in the homes of various hos-
pital trustees and founders. Wien
reported that each of these in-
formal parties for prospective
contributors has resulted in sub-
stantial gifts for the new hos-
pital.
Serving with Wien and Hecht
on the committee are Leonard L.
Abess, Sam Blank, Jack A. Can-
tor, Edward L. Cowen, Ben F.
Danbaum, Qua Feuer, Samuel N.
Friedland, Ben Gaines, Sam A.
Goldstein, Dr. Morris Goodman,
I-eon B. Jacobs, Howard Kane,
Aaron M. Kanner, Samuel G. Key-
well. Sidney Lefcourt, S. C. Leven-
son, J. Gerald Lewis, Marcie Lib-
erman, Joseph M. Lipton.
Also Baron deHirsch Meyer,
Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz,
David Phillips, Lee Ratner, Sam
Resnick, Joseph M. Rose, Sam H.
Rost, Dan B. Ruskin, Herbert E.
Scher, Sam Schwartz, John Ser-
hin, Jacob Sher, Wm. D. Singer,
Harry Sirkin, Joseph R. Stein,
Carl Suskind, Arthur A. Ungar,
Carl Weinkle. Dr. S. Charles Wer-
blow and Mitchell Wolfson.
ridge Leegye Here
licks Sher to Lead
enty-foiirtrl annual m^etin*? of
I rCSter Miami Contract Bridge
ibup was held at the Royalton
rr recehtH
fficers elected to serve for the
nine year are Jacob Sher. presi-
Dc?'..- Stolen, vice presi-
nt: and >' d I'eton McDonald, sec-:
larv-trca-"- r
)ff;cers together with Marsha'l
lson, Abe Frnnkel. Paul J.
ei"- in I Paul Trincheri. frill con-,
(tute the governing board of di-'
nets.
|Thr lea'ie is affiliated with the!
orida unit of the American Con-i
aSct Brid"e league, parent na-
nal organisation which super-
es and controls all tournament
fidep activities in America and
uda.
(The cluh welcomes visitors from
her recognized bridge clubs
rouehmit (he country and is open
its members and guests s>ven
fcys a week, from 12 noon, for both
rternoon anil evening games. |
[Mrs Du'cio Machamer is club
anager and hostess. I
?hemka Program
ti Anshe Ernes
[Ans-he .- religious school will
went a (hanuka program Sun-
>' mornin" at the congregation,
P Coral Way.
lEntitled "A Chinuka Surprise."
P" program will feature Stephanie
P"nmtnn. Elliot Fassay, Stevan
Nkn. Stuart Prost. Benjie Suss
fan- RHa Vender and Ann Young.
.Maxwell Silherman, con^re^n'ion
pident. said Wednesday that a
plereartep class presentation.
J-jiannka characters and Capers,"
fj11 feature Marshal B'oom'ton
P Freedhnd. Stevan Freedland
f|i Ronda Frank.
Tbe program is under the direc-
Pon of Mrs isadore Diclcman.
N AiuU Classes
Mwcfc Branch GJHJCC
INew adult classes are nqw be-
M.formwi at the Beach Branch of
* Greater Miami Jewish Com-..
Pumty (enter. 1536 Bay rd., it was
Jounced Wednesday by Leon
Wfin. Branch chairman Claase*
Mtgjnimt and advanced Bo'f
"already started, and a folk'
pcing Br0Up ls m progPCSS
SS?* now in formation Include
FWge instruction, beginners and
r^'H Latin American dancine
pmstruciion, modern dance and
wnensslunnastics. I
The Guardians of Israel
cordially invite you to join
in a
Dinner oil' Stsiif
honoring
present an HISTORIC EVENT
in the annals of
GREATER MIAMI JEWRY
and...
HER EXCELLENCY
GO I da Meir (Mymnmm)
FOREIGN MINISTER OF
THE STATE OF ISRAEL

MONDAY, DECEMBER 3rd
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Cocktails: 6:30 p.m.
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SIDNEY ANSIN SIDNEY tEFCOURT
SAM BLANK SAM C. IEVENS0N
curvian uiun MARCIE II8ERMAN
*!? BENJAMIN MEYERS
JACK A. CANTOR STANLEY C. MYERS
SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND MAX OROVITZ
DR. MORRIS GOODMAN DAVID PHILLIPS
ISADORE HECHT DAN RUSKIN
HOWARD KANE CARL WEINKLE
SAMUEL KIPNIS MAX WEITZ
or
Guardians of Israel
1544 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
JACOB SHER, Chairman
Greater Miami Committee
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BY DAVID NIGUN
One of llM most interesting
taCCtl nl "le ( h.ir.uku hnlid.i> i-
rti familial ehanvcter. Through
the ages familu devoted the holi-
<\,\\ -\.\ ,n to f.uiics and songs.
During Hi:' middle ages in Kurope,
carols became popular, and a curi-
otM ( hmiika game was intro-
duced II is known as "Trendel"
or "Driedel It is a four-sided
top which is spun, and the play-
er's next move or outcome, de-
pends upon which side falls face
up. There "are. many folksongs
about this gaau*. and just recent-
ly George Wolfson. an Israeli,
composed, published a new song
on the spinning of the top: "Good
Luck. Good Cheer."
Good cheer also permeates the
many puns, anagrams and riddles
which are popular at Chanuka.
But these are more than fun. for
they exercise the intellect and
evoke the wisdom of the Torah.
while commemorating that great
Maccahean feat. One favorite
asks: Why was .ludah called Mac-
cabee'"' The answer is that his
battle erv was a praise to the
Lord, which translates "Who is
Like Thee Among the mighty O
I-ord1" If you take the initial let-
ten of this phrase in Hebrew,
and place the vowels properly.
they spell "Maccabee."
The folksongs sun? on this
holiday also carry a joyous mar-
tial flavor. "Oy. Chanuka." an
hast Kuropean folk song current-
ly sung in the stage performance
of The Diary Of Anne Frank."
brought this holiday's ;pirit. of
faith and courage, to many who
had never before heard of Chan-
uka. s
Of course, many Chanuka cus-
toms and much of the ceremonial
art derives from the middle ages.
In Italy, during the 15th century
when precious metals were de-
veloped, baroque, delicate menor-
ot were created These became a
favorite gift in Italy, especially
among betrothed couples, and
these renaissance menorot have
influenced artisans ever since.
These artistic menorot. riddles,
games and folksongs, are more
familiar than the poetry and writ-
ten music of this holiday. In
America, children's plays and
community performances devel-
oped as a Chanuka activity. Hen-
ry' Wu'lsworlh Longfellow is
among the many "Chanuka" play-
wrights with his children's drama.
"Judas Maccabeus." Anton Ruben-
stein composed an opera. The
Maccabees."' and George Frederic
Handel was inspired b\ the story
to create his famous oratorio,
"Judas Maccabeus." Just six years
ago. the noted French composer,
Darius Milhaud. wrote a piano
suite. "Le Candelabra a Sept
Brances." with a short piece for
each of seven holidays "Le Re-
sistance des Maccabees" is a rous-
ing solo for Chanuka.
However, about the first major
compositions sung at this time,
and the first published Jewish
music, little is said excepting by
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The Roe*1 peofaa. which -in the Lyceo Musical,. *>
togrfc boding its way into the synagogue lor ^
%
scholars. Throughout Western
culture the hymn, Ma'oz Tsur, or
Rock of Ages, is familiar to peo-
ple of all religions. The version
best known in this country actual-
ly takes its first four and last two
bars from the Chorale, "Nun
Freut Euch Liebem Christem ."
an early Protestant hymn, with
text set by Martin Luther, him-
self. The melody may come from
an old German folksong, known
by German Jews as early as 1450.
The middle part of this hymn, es-
pecially bars 5-8, resembles the
Benzcnaure, a 16th century battle
song which was very popular in
Germany, Through the ages there
have, of course, been many musi-
cal settings to the Ma'oz Tsur
poem, ascribed to a poet "Mor-
decai." from an acrostic in the
poem. Whether this was the 13th
century Mordecai ben Lsaac ha-
Levi, or the Mordecai of 1096 we
do not know for certain.
One of the least known and
most lilting versions, is the Ma'oz
Tsur as it was sung in an 18th
century Sephardic synagogue in
Venice. Italy, in the early renais-
sance, was a place where the Jews
were involved in music ar al-
most never before >n recorded
history. They had fled there from
all over. There were the Ash-
kenazim. people from Europe and
Eastern Europe: and there were
the Sephardim. people from
Spain. Turkey, and Portugal who
pronounced Hebrew in a particu-
lar way. and whose liturgical
music had an Arabic qualitv
Many Christians came to the
synagogue to listen to their music.
especially in Venice, where it is
said that instrumental music was
played in the Venetian synagogue,
and a full orchestra performed in
the Sephardic. It is there that
the great Benedetto Marcello
took down the haunting melodies
by ear, and give a beautiful set-
ting for the Ma'oz Tsur. He also
set fifty psalms, inspired by the
singing in' the Venetian syna-
gogue, and published this as an
eight-volume work of major pro-
portions, "Etro Poetico-Armon-
ico."
Marcello had been preceded by
a Mantuan composer, a very fam-
ous Jewish instrumentalist, whose
music is just nowfudJai_-
mto the synagogue, d to 12
Performances .This was J.
Salomone Rossi, Ebrao, s.
known as Shelomo Min-itZ
rmn. He was the flrst to *
Hebrew psalter to mm* ^y
the first to publish Hebrew sZ
And it created a storm It n,
based on Jewish modality k
very typical of the 17th ceata,
It was accepted only w^ ^
help of one of the greatest lulia
Jewish scholars of the tint, *,
huda Areiah. known a. Lea o
Modena. who enlisted the ud tf
several of Italy's foremost nibs
Rossi's musical compostim
"Hashirim Asher Ushkn'
(Songs of Solomon i come to us a
remarkable form. The notajaj
are almost entirely free of emu
This is because the busy scholar
Leon da Modena. took tiax h
proofread the entire wort
The Rossi psalm, which is i
the Lyceo Musicale, at Bologm,
was probably used in sertita,
but we do not know this eipbril-
ly. We do know this psalm m
used on two occasions, a wtddnj
and a circumcision. Whether it
Was used in the Chanuka sot-
ice we can't tell, but in motel
times Rossi's music is finding tti
way into the synagogue for wad
it was written. However, it ha
suffered a handicap, for a goal
modern edition has not jtt a>
peared Next spring "HadjfflB
Asher Lishlomo" will be pa>
lished. complete and with put*
dons, Thi- i- the fruit of a lag
project inspired and asstakBj
by Dr. Hug.) Wei-sall a! tk
Cantors Institute of the Jen*
Theological Seminary of Ameri-
ca. The volume will be edited bg
the musicologist. Fnti iukh.
with Hazzan Raphael Edgar work-
ing on the text, and it will a
sponsored by the Cantors Asm
bly of the 4'nited SvnagofT*
America. Rossi was the oft**
ample of a fust rate JewuaOl
poser to devote himself to
gogue music, until Ernest Bu*
The Italian musicians aba
another importance. Italy "J1
gentle with the Jews. 1W
the courts sponsored the **
sos. and aristocrats sent n*
children to be taught by U*J*
ish musicians.
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[mpses into the Lives and Events of Famous Personalities
BY NATHAN ZIPRIN
Lky The Author
L ii hough he is now approach-
lAlhi< eightieth birthday, neither
ft nor ra.n nor storm nor
B,S itself can halt Louis
iJkv Now in Israel for a
|PsKJ: ._.. i inkv arrived in
onth's
Now m
stay. Lipsky
, to learn about tha hostili-
"fn.he Middle East He was
U*j not to continue the jour-
His reply was that because
^"situation he felt obligated
J." than ever to 80 to Israel.
\ Jturn to the United States
El co.ne.do with the W.hlicai.m
Farrar. Straus & Cudahy of his
nlume "A Gaery of Zionist
ESSm" consisting of twenty
Sn sketches of colorful pion-
' of Zionism. Th- puHIUh-rs
robablv never thought of it, but
-e more sketch would have
Bunded up the book more fully
a Lh0 |( certainly one of the most
Lorful figures in American
bwish life and a writer who could
,ve achieved great artistic
-eights if he had chosen the path
[f literature instead of the role
,f Jewish leadership.
Newspaper Boom
FortvSecond Street along New
fork's Times Square area is prop-
ftty called Foreign Newspaper
b,u It you want a London, Pans,
Stockholm or Zurich paper, there
_ where you are sure to get it.
Recently, however, the dealers on
forty-Second Street have a boom
In the sale of Israeli newspapers.
trticularly in the weeks follow-
inC the mil break of Egyptian-Is-
Lelj hostilities. Such Israeli pap-
Haaretz, Davar, Haariv,
Ubokerand tSe Knjih-lansuage
m Post are "rahbed up as
Lon a> they arrive. The owner of
Lne of the newspaper stands con-
lided to tii!- Wfttef that he was
(Ubbergasted by the develop-
Iment. Among the people swarm-
Ijnc to the newspaper kiosks are
Itome who hardly appear to be
ghing the impression of being

able to distinguish an Aleph from
a Beth as they call out for the
Hebrew papers. At one time He-
brew papers were only a minor
item on Foreign- Newspaper Row.
Today the demand i.s larger than
the supply.
About People
Ben Gurion, according to an ac-
count in The New York Times,
quoted the original Greek from
a classic historian in his recent
appearance before Knesset. Once
upon a time American Presidents
were able to do the same thing.
John Adams was a Greek scholar,
and so was Jefferson. James Madi-
son could quote Plato in the
original, and he even knew some
Hebrew, too, but now Ben Gurion
is almost alone among the states-
men of the world who know their
Greek. However, Israel is unique
that way. General Yadin, who led
the Israeli battle in the Egyptian
fighting, is by profession not a
man of arms but an archaeologist,
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* *
When the widow of the late
George Orwell wu> asked to coin
a slogan for prospective tourists
to Israel, she replied: "Just tell
them Israel is a country where
the women are beautiful and men
are men."
*
Edward G. Robinson, who will
be one of the stars at the Madison
Square Garden Israel Bond Chan-
uka Festival in New York, is a
great admirer of Ben Gurion, and
hopes some day perhaps to por-
tray Israel's architect in a film.
Robinson's ambition once was the
rabbinate. I don't know how well
he speaks Hebrew, if at all. but
on the few occasions we met him
he delighted the occasion with a
fluent Yiddish.

Abba Eban has thinned con-
siderably in the last few weeks.
Whether he is dieting for a slim-
mer figure or whether the anxi-
eties of the past few weeks are
EDWARD 6. ROBINSON
. once tht rabbinott
responsible for it he alone knows,
but the thinning has improved his
figure. There can of course be no
conceivable improvement on his
speeches. His speech before the
UN General Assembly was a mas-
terpiece in logic and pathos.
*
Dr. J. L. Teller, who. was re-
cently named by Dr. Nahum Gold
mann as political secretary of the
World Zionist Organization, start-
ed out in his youth on a literary
career. Most readers of the Anglo-
Jewish press know Teller as
brilliant journalist, essayist, poli-
tical analyst and author of a most
penetrating volume called "Scape
goat of Revolution." developing
the thesis that the Jews in history
has been the scapegoat of all revo-
lutions in history with the excep-
tion of the American revolution
What many of our readers do not
knew pel haps is that Teller is the
author Of several volumes o!
verse in Yiddish of uniquely ar-
tistic -cope. Only the other day I
came across a poem of his called
"Twenty Lines to a Tree." an ar-
tistic gem which would do honor
to artist.- in Um richest of ton-
gues.

Screen writer Erna Lazarus
prepares another biographical
story the current trend in film
making this one dealing with
the career of longstress Gilda
Gray who came from Poland 40
years ago to be introduced to the
Ziegfeld follies by our own Sophie
Tucker.
* *
Bill Perlberg is pondering
permanent "wind insurance" for
his motion picture productions.
Filming "The Proud and Pro-
fane" in the Caribbean last sum-
mer, a hurricane closed him down
three days. "The Tin Star," cur-
rently shooting on Southern Cali-
fornia location, was caught by the
violent wind storm late in Octo-
ber. The large movie company
had to secure equipment, cover
cameras and run from the dust
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BY BERNARD C. RICHARDS
For many years of a former
generation a sign would appear
every Friday in front of the audi-
torium of the Educational Alli-
ance, East Broadway and Jeffer-
son st., on the lower East Side
saying: Masliansky Y'daber. This
meant the famous Yiddish preach-
er and orator, the celebrated
matif 1'umi (spokesman of the
people), Zvi Hirsch Masliansky,
would address the People's Syn-
agogue that evening as he did
continuously every week for two
decades or more.
I remember (he sensation that
Masliansky made when he first
came to this country at the begin
ning of the century, his reputa-
tion as a dynamic and most elo-
quent magid haviitg proceeded
him. He addressed Audiences in
different large cities of the coun-
try and everywhere stirred his
listeners to heights of enthusi-
asm and admiration.
I heard him speak in Boston
and afterwards interviewed him
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman (right) receives Weizmann Award of
Merit in recognition oi his active interest in the Weizmann
Institute of Science at Rehovah, Israel, during recent
meeting of the) school's American Committee in New York
City's Waldorf-Astoria. Abraham Feinberg, committee presi-
dent, makes the presentation.
an "><* for The "i
** "Town toS?*3
The idea to be bS1
"that he exerted^
Jarful "fluence l'j
American Jewish
y n the YrtdSTl
that, among bis
er of his people, he b*?J
the foundations rfTS
movement jn tn, ivr.?
He belonged tot Sj
which furthered uCnH
of Jewish national rena?1
and will be rememberZ,
ucator and tnbun* ofk,.
Many of the pm^JL
Lrlt;caJle,iandhonori^
itself by the naming of sV
other institutions 1%
names. I do not knot,
such memorial for llasnsM
been established in ibe jS|
Israel, though 1 know tbatn/
trees have been planted 1
name in the forests reandj
the Jewish National Fund. 1
whether there is a Xadj
Street or an institution ill
named after him or nt,l|
certain that he still speaks
new-born Homeland.
There his ideals mi m
tions are well articnlatsi |
gifted and charming fan
ter who is one of the b\_
educators in the counttj.J
mith Schwartz Nardi tnaljri
sents the fervor, entbut
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, annual Thanksgiving eve dance Irving Hugel, Mrs. Anael Ross, William Ber-
Greater Miami Jewish Community gens, chairman, Mrs. Florence Berman, Mrs.
br Miami Jewish Community Center Theodore Lomaskin. Second row are Martin
ssed at meeting of dance committee Heller, Miss Sheila Feld, Angel Ross, Miss
Branch. Affair was held Wednes- Leah Baer, and Israel Silver, director. Town
tting. Front row (left to right) are Mrs. Branch.
tirit of Masliansky Survives in His Visionary Daughter
Lied from Pg 8 A
|tality of Masliansky, and
uence in the country
ve and perpetuates all
er held dear and worked
[Nardi is an outstanding
one of the schools of
tw University, and now
bnor has come to her as
b of the editorial board
University, which is de-
and translating the
Ipts of the renowned
ta Scrolls."
nsband. Noah Nardi. is
[prominent as a Super-
Schools in Jerusalem
be author of a number of
pn pedagogy. Sulamith
draws her inspiration
|th sides of her ancestry,
her. Dr. Abraham S.
of New York, being a
and a scholar as well
Irew poet, who for many
(Iped to cultivate the He-
guage and literature in
States. Her mother is,
a Ma>liansky. There
notable literary asso-
fin the families of Mas-
ind Schwartz, but as far
sracli community is con-
^llamith Schwartz is their
representative,
cent lecture tour in the
pates. Mrs. Nardi was in-
for the Barnard Alum-
ne by Mitzi Perry-Miller.
ht follows is part of the
notable graduate from
ege:
Bmily laughs when I tell
^u have to be as pion-
] as Abraham Lincoln's
[to live in Israel today,"
nith Schwartz Nardi ~28
rview in New York last
fTrior to 1948 conditions
lirly good but the terrific
immigrants after that
three quarters of whom arrived the next four years brought
the end of the niceties. Even in
Jerusalem, where I live, e'ectri-
city or pas is unusual, there is no
central heating although you need
it, no hot water unless special ar-
rangements are made, little
meat. The telephone is a luxury,
and always there are stairs to
climb, since the number of eleva-
tors in the city can be counted
on one hand. Living conditions
are easing how. but without the
helD of my husband and three
children I just couldn't manage
our apartment on the top floor of
a small house," Mrs. Nardi com-
mented practically.
But large brown eyes sparkling
with good humor underscored the
zest and enjoyment she finds in
combining the roles of mother,
teacher and lecturer in Israel to-
day, regardless of hardships. How
did this Barnard graduate born
in Brooklyn come to live in Is-
rael? While studying for her MA
in English at Columbia she met
an Israeli, Noah Nardi. who was
earning his PhD at Teachers Col-
lege. In 1933 they were married
and together went to Israel. For
the next six years Mrs. Nardi
taught in Tel Aviv schools and
did free lance writing. Dr. Nardi
was occupied with school admin-
istration a career which led to
his present position as Supervisor
of Schools in Jerusalem and auth-
or of several books on education.
After graduating from Barnard
College Mrs. Nardi spent several
years of preparation for further
tasks in editorial and educational
work carried on here in New
York for a number of leading
Jewish organizations, including
Hadassah. the American Zionist
Council and other bodies. Her ex-
cellent service marked by good
judgment, fine discrimination
and a splendid gift of expression
did much to advance the Jewish
national cause at a time when the
fate of Palestine was hanging in
the balance as it first came before
the United Nations.
I had the opportunity of observ-
ing Mrs. Nardi's work as a writer
and editor, and I marvelled not
only at her complete absorption
in her tasks, but also her wide
knowledge of journalism, litera-
ture and world events, as well as
her intellectual resourcefulness.
I knew her more recently in an-
other capacity, and that was as a
gracious hostess, devoted friend
and a wise guide who made my re-
cent sojourn in Israel so much
more gratifying and enjoyable.
-It-
Joe E. Lewis, upon whose life
story' Frank Sinatra's 'The Joker"
is based, arrived in Hollywood for
huddles with the star, director
Charles Vidor and producer Sam-
uel Briskin. Lewis also recently
appeared on Edward Murrow's
"Person to Person," not to be con-
fused with his name-sake, Jerry,
who made a similar pitch. Joe E.
Lewis, the oldtime nightclub en-
tertainer, will spend at least a
couple of weeks at the studio dur-
ing the filming of the biographic-
al picture.
Groucho Marx has been signed
by producer Irwin Allen for his
first straight role, in Warner's
"The Story of Mankind," a caval-
cade of human civilization from
Biblical times. Hedy Lamarr and
Peter Lorre, who together broke
into the movies in a German-made
film of pre-Hitler days, appear
with Groucho in the star-studded
cast of the new opus.
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sre hounded by police spies while
loudspeakers in the street* contm-
iously blare anti-Jewish propagan-
da.
A large number of Jews, most
of whom were born in Eivot andi----* i. r-v piacea undei
whose families have lived there for the custodianahip of the Egyptian
.:< mirations, were ordered to leave government.
h country Ihis week or "face the The Committee urged that "in
alternative of imprisonment in des- view of these flagrant violations of
?rt concentration camps." the j human and citizenship rights and
American Jewish Committee re- the unjust branding of Jews in
oorted in a telegram to Acting'Egypt as enemies" that the State
Secretary of State Herbert C. i Department make immediate repre-
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11' E""JBr"' '-----------
Cherrick to Unveil First Translation
Of Seventh Dead Sea Scroll Here
Cherrick: will be
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The executives also participatedW ^^ a"d I;"Pr hcW '
in the groundbreaking ceremonies sear,ch fe"w>hip there. Following
Friday at Hollywood when Samuel "l(,n- "'' con',"<',t'd research
Friedland, chairman of the
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The Food Fairs, in Tampa, St.
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as a chaplain. After his discharge
from military service, his oratori-
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behalf of Israel, when he became
director of the Jewish National
Fund and the United Palestine
Appeal of Great Britain. In 1947.
he settled in Israel, becoming asso
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as its world director or organiza
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rint now ifanavi
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tion of the Israeli
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*J**isti tkrHhm
Page 11 A
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Letters to
The Editor
Edi'or. The JtWilk Floridian:
In the recent review of 'Kib-
butz," by Melford K. Spiro, Hilary
! Mindlin states that the Kibbutz of
I which the author writes and in
which h" lived "is not tvpical of
< Israeli Kibbutzim." This statement,
I 'hink. is misleading. The author
, himself states (Pg. 5) that it and
I the Federation of Kibbutzim to
which it belongs, "make up one-
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recent a substantial group of col-
lective settlements which are the
"die-hards" of the movement.
Prof. Spiro prognosticated that
the "moshav shittufi" is the form
which many kibbutzim will even-
tually assume. In the moshav. there
is private ownership, individual
initiative and collective work in
large communal fields, the returns
from which are divided amongst
the members. Coincidentally. in a
scries of articles I wrote for The
Jewish Floridian several years ago.
I made the same prognostication.
There is an important part of
Prof. Spiro's analysis which is de-
serving of repetition. His Kibbutz
and its Federation differ from oth-
ers because of: its pro-marxist ide-
ology and Soviet orientation: the
rearing of the children; hostility to
any type of religious expression:
insistence on ideological and politi-
cal conformity; extreme resistance
to compromise with original values.
These facts should be of great
interest to American Jewry. Grat-
itude and appreciation of the con-
tributions of the Kibbutzim should
not blind us to the fact that a sub-
stantial part (1/3) are opposed to
the city's fathers attempted last year to carve a vast wnat we in America profess
t out of Central Park, Newman and his wife led the ] narnely, private enterprise, the m-
lt the move. With the support of such comedians as|lefrration 0{ tne family as a unit, a
Caesar and others, who lampooned the project on their, Deiief m a Divine Being and de-
s. Newman emerged successful. Today, the proposed j mocraCy.
und for children. Prof. Spiro further states, "all
him is still an essenUal love, and he has surrounded (three of the large Kibbutz Federa-
_ works of art. including the canvases of the French-1 tions are anti-clencal. The K bbut
d the American Sawyer. Most of these, he proudly con-. an *' Sipi"f
-aps" painUngs which he received in payment for H^adruth wh.ch^s^recjp.ent^of
f the artists in his and their leaner days. Now known
world, he continues his collection habit by purchase.
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nne of the five greatest that have ever lived. In Miami thc richt to inquire as to where our
nil family last wee*, he pondered thc reason for his i money goes, and if it aids only seg-
I it is that' Picasso best symbolizes the spirit of his time mcnts of Israel which are opposed
,v ol experience in a world made more complicated jjJfS^XSS-SSuS
nsions of time. whjch is not concerned with par-
is to art what Joyce and Proust. Eliot and tisan politics aids al' Peop1^.""
[lfe re to literature. He, and they, show the many- gardless of their ideology and is _
[ol man's unconscience brought to the fore. In PHMBW'l
[lie the vistas of yesterday and tomorrow felt and seen
['Time present and time past/ Are both perhaps present
of Burnt Norton.
|bably. it is that Picasso has achieved thc best expression
I captured the most valid touchstone of existence today.
nan prizes this above everything else. It is a reflection of
, as well as of the goals of photographers Henri Cartier-
4 Eisenstadt and others, whom he so ardently admires.
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An Inspiring Chanaka Tale Washington and the Menoran ^jj
... __aMk.. rncruvpH' "l. ..
T7ir followtfig ii eaotker !-. n lerfei i prepared b
rilfr" ill ,
K n/i the Greater M I vi fuil>r>i Al*
Herson, of Ttfereth Israel \ Cent of Ait
Am i pro pvm.
BY RABBI LOUIS CASSEL
Torah Temple
Twenty one centuries
Kinj Antiochus of S i
to break the spiritual backbone
of the Israel nation bj b
the Pagan Greek cult incumbent
upon then. Israel, under the
leadership of tho Mace
M is pn :' -l in make the .
preme sacrifice for the preserva
lion of our faith We eeh
Chanuka because the small '
ol Israelites waxed victorious!
01 er the mighty Greeks
The theme oi bnnul I In-
ly, the battle for freedoaa of
conscience by th<
the man). bj the
the strong, is closely Idem
with the early history of the
13 colonies that lough
the tyranny of their times. The
The Rabbinical
Corner
spiritual kinship <>f the Macca-
bees with the early American
pioneers' quest for freedom! is
particularly clear and evident
it i- for this reason that I would
like i" relate to you the follow-
ing rarelj told story.
It was during the (utter, cold
winter m Valkt) Forge In lTTT
Washington's forces were hun-
bjbj and froaen, What is worse,
there was despair and anger at
Washington for his campaign
which some ol his men telt sure
would end in tragic defeat. One
o4 the soldiers in that force was
aJew who had emigrated from
Poland t<> the new, strange coon*
kmariea He, -i"". was
cold an i hungry, but not rebel-
lious in his ihci i because the
u oi' ,i rj and de>
ifon that he left behind in
this war against
difficult and
adventure
i
nd taken wf'h him i ha
Hanoi
ile reaction of
! follow i he i
and then
in a c inter nj
that was their barracks, he
auietly kindled his Chanuka
Menorah But as he did so I"'
was immediately reminde I ol
>i life in Poland, of the
and humiliating agonies to
which the Jews were exposed by
the "pntri.Ti.'" the to-called "no-
bility" of Poland, and a~ he
thought of their utter helploss-
nea he hurst out cry ins He
was unaware of someone stand-
ing over him whose fatherly
hand now touched his aboolder.
Why are you crying, son"""
The soldier looked up it was
Gen. Washington, hirrkself. mi
his rounds "I am not crying."
he answered. "I am praying with
tears for your victory "
"And what is this stranee
looking lamp0" asked the Gen-
eral. "This i.s my Chanuka
lamp." And the Jewish soldier
related briefly the ancient story
of Chanuka. how then, too, a
small, bedraggled but patriotic
army routed a huge and power-
ful foe. "You are a Jew. a son
of the Prophets and you say we
will be victorious," the General
cried out with his eyes fixed on
r !he '*
J *b,ch
meantime i ,u
B, And he pinned a
.) ex-soldier. On* it -,
engraved: "As a token of de
RTatKude for your ancient |mh ,and "I
George Washington >'?ad when k
There la much more than mere -""* wh*
drama and beauty in this ston
Here we have portrayed the uni-
que contribution of the Jew i ,
mankind the element of fai,h
"arked |,v
?"" nor b,
Spuat;
J*hj
1 nannir^
Chanuka Customs and Their i
BY RUM MMUBL aox N,.
Whv do we light Chanuka candles ''""' read M
before eating supoer? the sanctuary j,"
Aetn.dly the Chanuka candle. ''""Plcted on tan
' be It any time during th, ''v- which is Jji
KAMI LOUIS CASSU
. Mrracie of '7*
the Id i :ng
Mi norah
replied the soldier.
the God of Israel who helped candles,
the Maccabees will help \ ni"hf. How-ver. the rabbis felt ,
to he an obligation to attend to ;i
religious deed before doing any
thing else. Hence, as soon s
foils, one is obligated to attend t
this religious obligation before
! satisfying one's own appetite
the authorities even prohibit a Jew
from studying the Torah on these
nitrhts until he has lit the Chanuka
Quest
Box
I of freedom why jf .h-t ^ ^^ ^ ^
Cimcs of
----------- --------- rw^ea#n ,i jt,-\v
'' 'Indication cm
5pecW offerings
,ribal chieftains,
ff-tival of Cbai
2?s tfinra 55-.........- ^ z Z *r*
zsrJZ vsa^ j-* spa as -ESS
eluding the Jew from Poland. STcnd nlh, ?h, ,1 '" """ ** "P
returned to their homes. Wash-] p"K?on *-X 5 '"
St.. now part of the lower ^st i I?u.^f ^t L C / "* "^ h '
Side Of Manhattan in New Verk SK?i BBtV'.J
J'VI- J \? T"1- "k* dles ". Marts with the
took out the same Menorah ; newcst candle ,he onp wh|cn ^
>< readi
hi
_,_____, .. : ih.-vh.-m caiiui'-. in
kPi "ear. ^'s, Win_dow1 andi added for tonujht to show that a
.kund!cd... the. 1,B!1,S S^denly. ,ddcd night XT miraHe had ,..
there was a knock on the door,
and there stood Gen. Washington
with an aide. "I saw the light
through your window." said the
General with deep reverenco.
"Year li^h' ani words of courage
kindled the !i"ht of hope in my
heart during that cold, desolate
night. Soon you will be honored
with all the other heroes of V*l-
KislevIS-ijj
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Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
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t. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
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Kriilav 5:1S p.fl t \ % ., n<
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HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
hVidav 1:11 n in Ouaat Hveaker-
Seymour Hmntrt, executive director,
Si.ulh.-aM i. .
' I,Mill!i

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
th St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gerti officiates.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Canter Maurice
Mm,
i ktaj
Watlval
added night
curred. The newest candle is. nf
course, the candle on the extreme
left, and so it is lit first.

Why h the Scripture Reading for
the week of Chanuka chosen from
the Book of Numbers where the
account of the offerings of the mamlmt of ka,
princess of the tribes of Israel is ln '** sanctuar.il
rotated? > emulate by ori
This reading called "Parshas Na- Chanuka lights
S. "...n "' '*i|>ni|ki
Kalurilay a.m.
th"!" f \^c^b: lhr^llJ:.Sw^ Monro. ~ Hollywood. Cor,
tervative. Rabbi Samuel Lorer.
sky. Cantor Louis Gartenhaus.
l-'ii,!
' >.- Clash
and N

ave. Conservative.
M i, \.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
IETH EME-ru trjsft uui n_ j MM Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
N.W. 2nd ,fiv# Rabbj D,vjd Shapjro Canfor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
' i cantata
t>S luibbl Shxplrn and r*ai I cm II.Ii-
i '. witii partlclpal on li>
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave Meaning r ei,
O.iu.j.. o.i.u: u -__ > N'nihan \S K.-m.-i
rthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott- usu m Oner Bbal
man. e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing- M* ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor 'n Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Salkow.
''' kfaj n.m. ... i Ida; I IS end .nnn
Oil."
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th t. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
h''i'l'' M I" 1'rnmMM.- rHatocue:
Chanuka Then and N'm Satur-
d> I i in Ii r MlfBvdn Rubert.
-'< "' all and Mr- ni Rrechner
Bernton "Weekly I'.nik.n

SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert ML Baum-
gard.
!" P m h Men i I Mfo.
It} of Miami main ,r,'
'.;.- "'. 1 V$ Beraooa:
i he Tai.- iha Tapers Tell "
e
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
643 sw 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
j
i Em-
ma, local aitot
4144
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
base ave. Liberal. Rabbi .
Kronlsh. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
st''. "n of jfr. and Mr- Ben Lrvlm-
I M> ot lh. anil Mn Ml
Iaaacw-n.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
a*rt*Bi r n m ..!. > <
i lie Worahlpper." suterhocxl h<
i a( oiiea siuilihat

TEMPLE JUOEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Prlday 1:11 p.m. aermon km ki
in riainr. c,t Peeodom." Baturda>
:t". a.m. liar Mmxah Robert Ultllr-
nian.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form.
i-YUiiv 1:11 p.m IV Howard N
and Carl l.lptun to ufluuu- l'.i>- imn
nf offlrers iiIIowii.
a m
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
PYM IS ,in,t -.io i> m. Bei i
t>... Man aba in Hpiiii Hatu
Cat MiiumIi Samuel, son f
Ml .in I Mi>. Jeaae- J Hlatt
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
r Ida) s M ;
,oi)i
Chase ave. Liberal D.Kk; .L 'IMiaaaae <( ChanukM lh and Mi
ai. Rabbi Leon liern.ird Klrarh !h'-
1
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
! "^"L1.15, NW.3fd Orthodox. Rabbi David L.hr-
field. Cantor Abraham Soif.
i Ki leer I p.m Hai u i as a.m
>nii,ii rne Mi --<^. ,,r chanuka

LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
1101 S. Andrews ave., Pt. Lauder
.J;*',1 '"" a,,, .inaw.
t ( hanuka sen ..,.,.! ,
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Btd ..f l>aikn<
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ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker
rrldaj p.m Ratunla) l:U am
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Paul
Beck.
I
Hit Ii
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rrldaj
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 2701 Tk* l^TsSS **** R,bbi
NW 13rd st. Con^rvative. cZll I Abr'h"" ^^ .
Ben Grossberg.
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-rr..r,, .... Zeanora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 B. Leon Hurwiti. Cantor Rudolph
. e.,^w. ,., uauoer. ***yw Conservative. Brill.
dale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran- Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is- IYMay'<:U p.ea. s.-rm,.., r
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-

\i ami --------- -
Bohool s. in.*, \ mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
I a m"
rasoa: Ii.. Tempts o .,.
!.-k,. host* at Oneir Btmbl
n Hennon: "W
thm." liar Mltavab
'Mark '
.. ,^kl> Pol
Alan Allman and
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
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sinber 30, 1951
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Miami Jewry Moves fio Receive Hungarian Refugees
I from P9 1A
Lday evening also
_pt assurance to the
haniMi'"" Wi be heartily wel-
, Miami area as rep-
_ the first vanguard
[of liberty to reach
I united states.
Irelfare agencies im-
rfrncd with the care
Lmen and children
fin this area portly
j|v Service, Nation-
Eg, j, Women and
liaiii Jewi-h Fedcra-
I fund w II be set up,
all | r the linanc-
...... pro-
,l, Service through
action will launch a
ogram to find em-
Kgada of families, and
(Jewish Women will
i for housing.
Ljc people who man-
into Vienna and
Jetties will he given
flife in our commun-
Ktroncly sympathetic
|ht of freedom-loving
nherc." said Howard i
ot of Federation, at
Kn'iu night "Great-
ttin a glowing ex-
Imunity responsibility
Igency situation. The
. ami relief agencies
stand ready to help
lient communication
Rice, acting execu-
[of United Hias Serv-
| that the rescue move-
I United States is now
such a rapid pace
linn of specific names
arriving are reach-
icy only 24 hours in
llane arrival time. He
t communities could
|h his agency by set-
irations to receive ar-
hour of the day. As
Icome in. he advised,
nunitio will be told
when and where to
oming families.
la rescue operation."
Ks inin li a- possible,
Itn conduct a planned
fogram. but we must
hit I- ai >cti inrdinary
novemenl tn that peo-
I from Hui iry as re-
Y 12 are already in the
brt i- made, ac-
Rderatioi officials, to
bwn relal take on
bonsibilih as possible
Icedei ram.
psory from the United
the lewish interna-
|ion Bgencj with world
in New York City.
^he 75.00(1 refugees en-
i from Hungary, there
! 3.000 Jews. The Hias
trect beneficiary of the
Ki Jami area through the.
ration.
I is text of the resolu-
|by Federation:
Jtwa of A morion are
iirffMii nt-cpaalty i"
P'ln 1m. ), win exrreA
mint HI..,, ,\rinw tho
' Stat* f |NraeI y,an
KjrnMrnnra nf neater
1 r-.|p-n,|,.n | rfollnrt.
P1* critical hmm.nltarlan
Pj'*'"* nn.l.rtnnd th>
"^""imilnn Hn,l ~tr*nr-
";lluilnn hi home no
?* vitality ,,f our Jowtet
ponalbOlty ronutrwa the
> n'itnour|n -.f aupport
no* ,'"v"""u'"
r "i- Immcrtlnio mohlrl-
I m'm.n,.0riranlT'nM"n nn
--" : ''"'' pnllKt-
iiL. .....'' 'immunity
P im !, I,,..
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' "i the milrit
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itnl..'"1 '" / the com-
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of the
l< at Ion
Federation agency leaders discuss Miami's responsibility
toward the influx of Hungarian refugees. Left to riqht are Alvin
Cassel, president of Jewish Family Service; Mr*. ]san C. Leh-
man, president of Greater Miami Section. National Council of
lewish Women; and Howard Kane. Federation president.
utilizing; t" Ua full,-i extent the ie-
aourcea and manpower of the orfenni
aatlon, and t<> enlist Ita m.....b<
active lea>lei sliip mill participation In
the i oiiilm t of the iHTi'.IA campaign
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need* of the <".IA and the caux
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I ill underHtnnd the tremendi
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\\t>
That, Ith i'iiu-t aei eptanoe c.r .
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ISI III SII.KOTY
More Than 300 Jewish Students Perished in Hungary Revolt
Washington
pEPORTS of the heroism of
* Hungarian Jewish students
who perished in their country's
hopeless revolt might haye heen
overlooked by American Jewry
concerned about the Middle East
crisis.
But more than 300 Jewish stu-
dents |Me their lives in Buda-
pest for freedom. They were ryn-
ically crushed by the Soviets. So
courageous were these Jewish
young people, according to I Hun-
:. run Jewish writer, that noth-
ing of an anti-Semitic nature oc-
curred in the thSM
Hungary is now a devastated
country Thousands ot Jew-
fought: hundreds of them were
shot What are the hopes for
those few Hungarian lews able
to escape'' Is time with them?
This question is perhaps upper-
most for the surviving Hungarian
Jewish escapees seeking tempor-
ary asylum in Austria and long-
ing for permanent resettlement in
this country. The Jewish organ-
ization handling migration is
hopeful that their Hungarian co-
religionists will be helped in
time.
President Eisenhower recently
ordered red tape cut so that up
to 5.000 Hungarian victims could
be settled in this country under
the 1953 Refugee Relief Act. But
the act expires the end of next
month. And at this time there
are no assurances that the 85th
Congress will extend the legisla-
tion
Th> United* Hias Service re-
ports there are at least 400 Hun-
garian Jew- who have escaped in-
to free Austria since the Hun-
garian revolt Approximately
140.000 Jews resided in Hungary
during the 1953-1804 period Thus
more can he expected to M k
fie.(lom. it is thought.
The erosstni from Hungary to
Austria encourages their flight.
Report- indicate that as a group
Hungarians ,,rc pouring ml" Aus-
trian refugee camps at the rate
of l.ooo a day.
Offer- to absorb more than 15.-
ooo Hungarian escapees of all
faiths came from 13 different
countries. Some Jew- an a*>
pectfed to go (or temporary asy-
lum to neighboring countries, like
Switzerland and France, where
they can await word of the fate
of their Hungarian kin still inside
their native country. Other- de-
sire Israel. But the great majority
of Hungarian Jews will prefer to
come to the I'nited States.
The legislation and administra-
tion of the refugee relief program
has been severely criticized as
lacking "in heart" and more con-
cerned with keeping people "out"
than letting them "in." Disturbed
about the ineffectual program,
voluntary relief agencies like
Hias have long ago pointed to
the tragic consequences involved
in the program's reliance on ex-
eaasfva security checks, red tape,
and bureaucratic control.
In this case, however, Jewish
on The
%

groups are heartened by a num-
ber of administrative short-cuts
the State Department has speedily
adopted and more particularly hv
President Eisenhower's personal
insistence on this measure The
Department has WBlVed in
this instance the two-year ense
history study formerly remrfird
to obtain a visa: abbreviated the
security investigations; and now
asks only for "unamod" rather
than "named" sponsor* willing to
offer a home and a job to a pros- %#ERY TIMELY, m light of i|K .
appearance on American teleWs^S^JI
Hungarian refugees. ,s Ih|s detailed^1^**
SiE^Krjuxmijy^
VISAS TO FKEEDOM: The Mi<.
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MII.TOY IIIIUH/IV
Will Captured Red Arms Tip U.S. Off?
Washington
tjytLL the Soviet arms found
" stored in Sinai by advancing
Israel troops awaken America to
the alarmingly close relationship
i i Egypt to Soviet Russia?
Israel uncovered an advance
Communist build up that aimed
nly at Israel's destruction
lut al-o toward domination of
the entire .Middle East and Af-
rica The Red arm-, -nine -till in
crate- packed in the Soviet Union,
wen much more than Egypt
could use bj herself These tanks
and heavy guns awaited an air-
borne Red Army ol "volunteer- "
The State Department recently
took a hand in knocking OUt an
advance Communist base In Gua-
temala it threatened the Panama
Canal so the i S. Government act-
ed without hesitation More open
action was taken by this govern-
ment previously against Commu-
nist attempt- to sci/e (Ireece and
Korea.
I-rael acted to prevent Tel
Aviv from becoming a second
Budapest, Words gf praise came
from French Premier Guy Mollet
He said "the -oldiers of that mar-
velous little nation, Israel, met
the same (Soviet) tanks, aircraft
and arms as the Hungarians." In
the Middle East, said Mollet.
"Russian arms were directed
against the -utvivois of OaatapO
persecution."
Referring to the Rosstan arms
cache In E ynj Mollet said it had
developed underground for many
month- He compared action
against Egypt to the upsettii
an ant heap
Amidst criticism against l-< .
in Washington, some grudgii
missions ware made. The Wash-
ington Daily News sai I it is
conceded by military experts
that the Israeli maneuver was
brilliantly conceived and carried
out. II wai based On accurate ad-
vance Intelligence and careful
planning "
It is now acknowledged that
1.000 Soviet bloc military tech-
nicians, instructors even jet
bomber crews were in Egypt
before the Israul move,
ui.Etiii.iiT r;. mj'ft
Choice Items from the Film Capital
Hollywood
TONY Curtis in "Sweet Smell
of Success." currently before
the cameras, turns away from his
heroic roles of the past He now
plays a Broadway pre-s agent
who is completely In debt to a
ruthless newspaper columnist
portrayed by Burt I^ancastcr (one
of the producers of the picture).
The new Harold Hech; Lancas-
ter film unites Tony Curtis lor
the second time with his co -tar
of "Trapeze." In "Sweet Smell of
Success." Ernest Borgnine ap-
pears as a theatrical agent who
befriended Curtis in his youth,
only to find himself betrayed by
the ambitious press agent. The
picture is being directed by Alex-
ander Mackendrick, best known
to American audiences for the
British screen comedy, "Tight
Little Island."

Jerry Lewis, recently elevated
The New York Times reported
on inside administration thinking.
pective refugee The State Depart
ment is ontimistic enough to think
that the first group of Hungarian
escapees will be arriving here at
the end of November It is, still
premature to say how many Jews
might he in that group.
James T. Rice, director of
IIuis. -av- Ins organization is
prepared to take as many eligible
Hungarian Jewish escapees as
wish to migrate here. UN spon-
sorship will be assured for all
eligiblcs. Some paper work has
been eliminated, but escapees
still must pass some sort of se-
curity check and health test.
Hias has enlarged its staff in
Vienna. Paris, and New York to
handle the immediate problem. A
list of 140 Hungarian Jews have
already registered in Vienna.
and immigrant Aid Socictv. The trea^N
records of more than seventy veanToT2? *i
by Dr. Mark Wi*chnitzer. profesZ ^ **
who unfortunately died iust'^Z wt ^ *]
paring the manuscript for publication
members of HIAS. fu"'"at.on goes ,0 ,
final
One of the predecessor- [ HIAS
House, organized In 1889 "to provide^EfcT
and transients;" another was the Hebrew!-,
formed ln 1902. primarily to "help provide trT^
who had died on Ellis Island The l*1^
widening their sphere of activity embrace 21l!
concerns to include anything which touched Z,
the immigrants. Kl
Thus HIAS found itself appealing an arbitnr.
head tax (the legal tax was four dollars). continaaV.
Congress calling for literacy test, for imm
protracted follow-up system to continue aiding taT
,S3nhv? *?e injrta.IIation "f a kMn kitchen B
The greatest proportion of those ^^Z't a ',ho^mmits observe
...~c k,. ^V-.i.,-. ; Z?. Wo"l HIAS opened its Shelter and di-tributed bmsm.
to the survivors of the Titanic and Volturno firTdta
1913, without regard to race or creed When the M
Immigration Law went into effect. HIAS worked t
Cuba, as well as this country, to alleviate the cm
The enormous Job they did during the two World I
world apathy and increasingly strict immigratiooIsslI
among those helped to safety in 1940. for example,a'
Lion FOuehtwanger, the family of Thomas Mann, ad]
HIAS recently merged with I'nited Service for L,
inc. to become I'nited Hias Service. Inc., and contiasjj
struggle for equitable immigration laws, and
refugees. Its broad, generous hands remain outi
less and tempest-tossed.
This is a factual hook, intended primarily fori
of its obvious virtues, it does seem a shame that
with drama, with courage, sweat and tears as
should be told so drily, with so much attentiont|
little to people's hearts.
escapees have relatives in this
country who have been notified
of the existence of their kin by
this time. A public list of those
names has been withheld for se-
curity reasons. But American
Jews who have reason to believe
a Hungarian relative might have
fled into Austria are urged to
contact their local and national
Hias office.
The Hungarians ask "When
are American troops comine?"
This has frustrated many Ameri-
cans who wish their country could
do more to assist these courage-
ous but desperate people. Ameri-
cans hope that at the very least
the Refugee Relief Act will allow
them to help some survivors.
cfo:v.-iTf.M:v smion
Islands in Bay of Eilat Emerge as Increasingly Sk
to the status of a producer, is
literally bicycling among three
widely separated stages tor -The
Delicate Delinquent," screen
comedy in which he -tar- without
-ni. kick Dean Martin, simultane-
ously supervising the Buddy
Bragmaa scoring of his picture.
attending the dubbing session,
and in addituin rehearsing bis
new show for Las Vegas on Para-
mount's test stage, with all the
activities going on at once. Just
to fill his day. Jerry is taping an
extensive national magazine inter-
view. In the meantime, he has
also substituted for Edward B.
Murrow as the conductor of Mur-
row's national-wide television
show.
*
Hard Oswald, son of European
movie pioneer Richard Oswald, a
film director in his own right,
plans to make a picture entitled
"The Street," in the Harlem area
of New York, thereby using only
non-professionals.
THE DRAMATIC turn of events in the Middle
East has thrown into Israel's lap a new bundle
of problem- Their exact number cannot yet be
determined, for dozens of new ones may be creat-
ed In sudden developments in Jordan and Syria
But all in all. a victorious Israel even if she
suffers some future reverses can at present try
to weave her way out of the labyrinth caused by her
successes in the field.
One of the major problems is posed" by several
small, but highly strategic islands lying at the
mouth of the Bay of Eilat. Egypt in the past used
them to prevent Israel ships from approaching
Eilat. What will happen to these islands? Their
future will determine to a great extent the de-
velopment of the Negev. In friendly hands, they
will permit Eilat to grow into a thriving commer-
cial port Israel will have outlets on both the
Mediterranean and Red Seas, a tremendous ad-
vantage in world trade. Wjth free pas-age assured
through the Suez Canal. Israel will quickly become
I world center of air and water communications.
tor she has the advantage of being located at the
juncture of the three great continents
The Gaza Strip, particularly its more than
200.000 refuge.-, presents a unique problem, but
HOMS SVOLUI
not a pre i the inti
kept them ..live for years will I
them. Many will undoubtedly'
For the re-t. their hatred of IssJI
l-rael. a product ol eight years "]
of hatred, mu-t he uprooted. Tail"
out of camp- settled and tumea"U|
element-
This will take trcmeiHltwi
Where will it come from? Israeli
settle her own immigrants. Buta|
international agencies and bodies!
their willingness to raise funds J
refugees a new life Only the <
countries to keep the refugee |
political purpo-e- thwarted thejM
edly these agencies will come I
The rehabilitation of these i
a great blessing to their brethresi
dan, Svria and Lebanon. ForttM
when they know others are W
camp- and Riven a new chance. ism
three Arab countries to follow an,r-
for all the refugee problem.
, But how about tho-e three .*J
they going to stand idly by"'
defeat? -.
Chanuka Parties and Separation of Church and
JHB TIMS lapse this year between Chanuka and
Christmas is about a month long. Thus the
ES! rh : w\"n,,, *in a p^tion "*-
to"* .Cnyufca-Christmas celebrations. Nor will
here be Chanuka lights side by-side with Christmas
ureas, in the school rooms this year
or thrhcre h,ve bTn 9me *"'* *"** *h* **>
"I the opinion that joint Chanuka-Christtnas ob-
servances foster rmVrcultural understanding by
reUgious holidays However, this Is not the opinion
nL.?nJ H"? Je*!sh orSni*atiom this year. After
P^ontadjiscuaisona, practically all the important
iCT Vi*aT,la,,"ns m ,hl< ntT h*ve come to
nlaasM?? ,h8t nri,h mas should be commemorated ,n the public schools.
who?// .'"", 'V' ,her* ,rt J'wlsn Pwl
who derive satisfaction from seeing the Chanuka
lights beside I Chri-tmas
tree t,fi
parties. But they feel UnWjJJ
understand thaf these temporal"
little value when viewed
threat to religious liwn>
practices in the public rfo*
g.rds Christina- P"* rfl
singing of Christmas carok
Christmas plays -Jewish
that a Jewish request for _
the public schools could to*
,ons- L .a.i^thatt(
Therefore, they adu j' J t
TOt be handled un,la.er.'r^tH
by individual groups. They ,
ix^ions within the commum
other snd agree upon Po^
be presented to school "


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1956
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Intends i" N -I i' Id irnni.- with the
Clerk .f the i' r> in court of Dade.
County, Florid
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,OBATE. No. 39154-A
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11/18-23-30 12/7
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 198117
THE ISRAELITE CENTER OP
MIAMI. FLORIDA. a Florida
corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
i: Mil. M BOOT>T, a s'ntrle man.
Individual!} and aa Executor of
the Batate of M \K v C B< K>UY,
1 aaed; .-t al..
I >efendanta
Tt i
(I) EARL M BOODT, a alncle man.
inili\ iduallv and r Utoi nf
the Batate "f \i \i:V C Bt ODY,
Deoeaaed, Pedriektown, New .lei-
sey
BERRY and ELVA
nife, Pedriektown,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN thai
1......'derrttn......eMrlr
KINO A I in R MEAT |.l;,)ri.TS
ty, ii.' Intend, to ..---
i with the Clerk of the
1 """ v.'':' < 'de County, Florid"
lw..WrH BAR8MAN, .,..,,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
tne undersigned, dealrlni to angaae in
huslness under the fletUJoua ham o
Tin: MA8IN COMPANY at Dade
County, Ma., intends to reflate! aald
name with the Clerk Of the Circuit
' ourt of imde County. Plorlda.
Mol.1,11-: MAHIN,
LEGAL NOTICE
' 12/7
NOTICE
Hole ''" n, r
BOODY and JEAN
wife, Pedriektown,
(2) ItoiiKItT C
BERRY, his
New Jeraey
(3) HOWARD t:
BOODY, his
\'. u ,i, -
i l) FLORENCE \I DEWV and
F'RANK W. DENNY, her huahand,
i lei Aims \,,is No JOS, Penni
Orore; New Jeraey
(",) All unknown heir* rte\-lee,
K-raiiti-es. aaalfneea, llenoraj, ered-
itors. trustee*, or othei partlei
flaimiiiR hv. throio-h under or
aitalnt RIMDA CRISPEN, De-
c***ed,
ifi) And if anv of Mi. l. njime^ iio-
fendanta be dead, the unknown
loirs. .Ii-visees. grant, tea, assign-
ees, li.-nois. trustees, creditor!
and other parties chiming bv,
through, under or against the
above najned defendants
i7) The unknown apouaes of any of
the above named Oefendanta
<8) And nil parties, known or un-
known, having or claiming to ha\e
any right, title or interest In and
to ihe following described pro -
t V. situate, h Ing and being in Dad(
County, Florid* r*-w:
Lots It and 20 of Block 4 of THE
PINES, according to the Plat
thereof, .....rded in Plat (. >k ,.
I'm.- :.;. of the Public Records of
Dad,- County, Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are here-
bj notified that a Bill of CoMPLiAINT
to Quiet Title t" tin- *bOI 'I'
i'.,I pronert> has i.....n filed against
you. and you me required to serve s
-- i. ,,f your Answer ,,i Pleading to
the Hill of Coinoiaint on the Plaintlff'a
attorney, OEOROE CHERBN, 807
'ily inol.-i Building. Mian i ; I'-' Id
ami file the origin*! Answer or Plead-
ing In the off!,-,- of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the Mth
dav of December, IMC if you fall to
i, Judgment by Default will be
taken against v,,o for the relief de-
manded in the BID of Complaint -
This notice shall be nubllshed once
each ,ek for four (Ii con.....'Utlve
weeks in the JEWISH PIX>R1DIAN
I" iNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this LMst ,ia% of November,
It MCATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
I ia.i,. i 'ounty, Florid*
iCIRCfIT colHT REAM
Hv .ioan sni:i:ih:n
I leputy Clerk
OEOROE CHEREN
Attorney for Plaintiff
<,07 Olympla llullding
Miami 32. Florida,
11/23-30 12/7-14
ATTENTION
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.m Ti>T'EBV PUBLICATION
/Jrw^i:",CUIT COURT OF THE
FLLORV,EDNATH,NUD;C^L C0RRCUDTAgEF
IIrNaId'^^0'"550^^
Plaintiff,
HKMTINA ALLEN
Defendant.
TO: BBRTINA ALLEN
r/o Richard Koliisher
iitt Montgnmen sn.....
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Yon an- required to senw a eon* of
your answer U) the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 17th day of December
A.I)., 1956: otherwise, the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will he taken as confessed by
you.
Hated at Miami. Florida, thla the
9th day of November, 'S'-6.
E B. MCATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dad,- Couiuv, Florida.
(Cir, nit Court Seal)
By: \v.\i w. stocking
Leputy Clerk
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
1013 Beybold Rldg.
Miami. F'kirida.
11/16-23-30 12/7
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engai
nuainess under the fictitious name of
PLAYBOY OF'MIAMI al SOI N E. 1st
Ay,-mi.-, intenda to register said name
lMi Hi, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Co inty, Floi Ida
Al.<'o\ MANUFACTURING
c< iRPORATIt IN
a Plorlda ''orp,
MILTON a. FRIKDMAY
Attorney for Appli, ant
hold P.ldg.
11/9-18-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl iTK'i: is HEREBY lilVLN thai
the undersigned, destrlog to engage In
i islnesa under the fictitious name of
A.\A MORTGAGE SERVICE, A \- A
MORTGAGE SERVICE, A K- A
WtiRUi MORTOAiIE SERVICE al
30 s. B, 3rd Avenue Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Da.le Countv, F'loriila.
IRVINE C. BPEAR
11/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deairing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALUMINUM LADDER a SCAFFOLD
en ,,i 550! N W. 7th Ave., Miami,
l-'l.i intends to n lid name ,
with the ci.-rk ,,f the Circuit court of
I lade Count) Florl la
AMERICAN LADDER &
si- IFFOLD CO., INC.
10 12 T-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CREATIVE METAI, CRAFTS al Mi-
ami Reach. Fla. Intend to register
snld name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
ben yo.men
marc,arf:t yomf:n
WENDY SOLiftl
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
11/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAURICE CAMERA Sllop at 212
BIRCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI. FLOR-
IDA, Intend to reglstei s*ld name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
Count;., Florida.
MAURICE REINIE
SUZANNE REINIE
ARN< ILD s'l.o.MI-:
Attornej for Haui lee Relnle
Suzanne Relnle, his wife
11/16-23-30 12 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 195838
THEODORE MOSES
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUTH MOSEfl
I lefirnlant.
I, i RUTH MOSES
til Nil.Mine Blvd.
Long Bench, N Y.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
foi Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file I he original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before th.- I!ith day of Decenilier,
A 11 1858; otherwise, the HIM of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore file,I
herein, Will be taken as confessed; by
you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
1 :t )i day of November, lfir.6.
K H. LEATHERMAN.
clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy ci.-rk
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1623 Reybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida.
11/18-23-30 12/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 195979
STANLEY L. WYDRA,
Plaintiff
ELSIB KBCK WYDRA,
I vfeiidant
TO: Elele Keck Wydra
82 I-: Market Streel
Wllkee Barre, Pennaylvanla
You are h.-i.-liy notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
s.-rv,- i copy of your answer or plead-
ing to said Complaint on plaintiff's
attorney, SEYMOUR OELBER, 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Plorlda,
and file the original with the clerk of
the Cir, nil Court "ii or before thi
L'lst ,iav of December, l58; otherwise
the Complaint will be taken as eon-
fessed bj you.
Lai,-,I at Miami. Florida, this 18 th
das of November, 1968,
K it LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
i lade i 'ounty, Fla.
(Circuit Court Sel)
Itv : l{ II RICE, JR.
Deputy clerk
ll 28-30 12 7-ll
IN THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 195716
HERTHA HELEN KIAMIE
TRANTHAM,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD B. TRANTHAM.
Defendant.
TO: All I liter, st.d Persons
You are required to serve a "opv of
y,uir answer on HERMAN Coil EN,
1305 Congress Bldg., Miami, Fla., and
fii- the original in the olfice of the
Clerk on or before Dec. 10, 1956
app.ar before Judge vann at his ftlce
on 8:00 A.M., Dec nt. i i.,n ind ahi w
ause why the plain'.iff' petition to
cstahlish a lost mortgage ahjould not
be granted, or said petition will he tak-
en ai confessed by you.
Dated thla 8th day of November.
i: Ii. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit C >U'I
By WM w STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
11/16-23-30 12 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF'RY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JACK'S DELICACY SHOPPB St '-'" M
S W. 22nd St.. Miami. Kia., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
JACK PENSKY, Sole Owner
JOSEPH DARDO
Attorney for Applicant
I L'I I'laza Bldg.
II 16-23-30 12 7
J
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
IN
CHANCERY, NO.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is hereby oiven that
the nnderalgned, desiring .....ngage in
busineaa under the fictitious name ,,!
AIRWAY SERVICE STATION al B785
N W. 7th Av.-nue, Miami. Intend to
re' ti laid name with the Clerk of
ill Court of Dade County,
,'-MVK,.i-s PIFITONE '-",
C \KMEI.' P. I -1:1.1 MO -'"-
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorney for applli ants
650 Seybold Bldg.
:' l: 7-1 I
COUNTY,
No 39316
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
IN RE
ESTATE F
LOUIS ROSENBLATT,
\l I PER* iNH ",ns or de-
,;,,,,is agalnat the satate ol \-\'\^
ROSENBLATT, wh<
Two Hundred one Dottsrs sndTWr-
tc-n Cents ($4,101 I3)i a II. ..... s Id
estate has he, n assigned !> such
""''ki'mei'.'A ROSENBLATT
5658 Plnetree Drive
Miami Beach, Florid. RE8NICK
ROSE RJESNICK
II 2".-30 12/7-14 ^__________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th*1
,|. undersigned, desiring t .ngage m
RIOTAYNE SOUVENIR CO i-1' i
N F- -ml o M u,t.nds to
-.late '"' "" '|k,"f
,,,,, Curt of Dade County,
|-''""'U WTERRY mic, CO., INC.
PH PARIH>
Attorn*) foi Applicant
421 piara III.Ik
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY 195645
MARY B. KRUTKI,
Plaintiff,
va
LAWRENCE J. KROTKI,
I 'of, ml int.
TO: LAWRENCE .1 KROTKI
346 .'... Street
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint For Divorce has been filed
agalnat you and you are hereby re-
ouired i" --i ve a copy of your Answer
to the Complaint For Divorce on
PlaintIfra attorney and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
7th dav of Decenilier. 19",fi: otherwise,
the allegations of said Complaint For
Divorce will be taken as confessed
against vou.
DATED this 5th day of November,
1866.
F B, I.I: A THE KM W
Clerk of Circuit Court
by It II rice. jr.
Deputy Clerk
KOMMEL ft ROGERS
Attorneya foi Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami r- ach, Fla.
n 9-16-13-30
are
Coin-
filed
COUNTY,
1-4049-F
OEOROE 1!" I 'KINS.
Plaintiff
VIOLET HOPKINS,
i >efendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: VIOLET HOPKINS
Realdence Unknown
You VIOLET HOPKINS
hereby n<.tlfi.-,i that a Bill of
plaint for Divorce- has been
agalnat you. and you are required to
py of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff a Attorney, BEN essen,
ESQ., I'M Beybold Bldg.. Miami. Flor-
and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
10th day of December. 1!"".B. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default will
I i 1.1ken against you for the relief
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of November,
A. D. l'.i".',.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
.'1,-ik, Circuit Court.
Dole County, F'lorlda.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C GREEN
Deputy Clerk.
11/9-16-23-30
DEFEND
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th't
ihe undersigned, deairing to engai
busineas under the name ,,f
BELVEDERE APARTMENTS al
Dickens Ave., Miami Beach, Intend to
register -aid name with the Clerk of
.U Court of Dade C......ty,
l"1",i'1"' DAVID cm,EN
, i.nTTli: COHEN
WILLIAM 1. BRENNER
Attorney for Applicants
-mi Lincoln Road
ll 8-16 23 _______J
NOTICE UNDEB FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
M ,,. j ;1| Tin Professional Bldg..
Miami 32, PIS intends to reg
saul name with the Clerk of_ the I Ir-
cu,t Cin.,, of, la.e.CmmM^lmid.,
11/9-16-23-30
NOTICE TO
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, NO.
195707
PREDER1CK J. GREENFIELD.
Plaintiff *
DOR 'THY GREENFIELD,
I ..-fell'lailt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Dorothy GREENFIELD
82 Union Pis
Ejempatead, Long Island
New York _
YOU DOROTHY GREENFIELD are
hereby notified tht a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce ha- bean filed
against you, and vou are required t-,
s.-rv.- a copy of your \' sw1 or Plead-
ing to the Bill "f Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESBEN,
1014 Bel bold Bldg.. Miami. Flo. -
ii, and i the i Iginal Anawer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
ll,,. circuit curt on ,,r before the
inth day oi December. 1846. if you
fail to do BO, judgment by default will
be taken agalnat you for the relier
demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDBRHD at Miami,
Florid*, this 7th day of- November,
A. D. 19'6R R ,,KAT,|KRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Daile County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)______
Bj m C OREEN
Deputy Clerk
11/9-18-23-30
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Samuel FrUdUnd was 60 years old on Friday
__ and hundreds of well-wishers came to his and
Hattie'* magnificent N. Bay rd. home Saturday
evening to wish him well .
Hettie planned the entire affair with Bill
Foerst's able assistance. He's the Philadelphia so-
cialite expert who planned PrincMs Grace's en-
party. As everybody knows, Philadelphia is the old
L of the Friedlandt .
IbeKin with, a canopy of striped awning decorated with
%fehts fashioned the "entrance" to the party from N. Bay
i Hittie and Sam's manse .
In(j stood three tremendous tents on the waterfront ter-
mTlined by heavy pink taffeta and featuring snowflakes,
Em j|ars 1_ all reminiscent of the holiday season and
rjalnt hints of former happy winter days in the City of
L" Love. Incidentally, the same taffeta covered the buffet
,om which guests ate a lavish midnight supper. To make
ng complete and to assure his well-wishers that their
was more than appreciated. Sam joined the party in a
a m breakfast ... .
j.piere orchestra played through the night for guests, who
[above the Friedland's swimming pool! (No this wasn't
npagne. It had all been pre-arranged that way by capable
iCarrving out the pink motif were 6,000 carnations arranged
around the pool .
(midnight. their oldest sort, Leonard, toasted his father
five-tiered birthdav cake. Joining in were sons Harold
Efc, as well as daughter, Merjorie. Incidentally, as most
knows by now, shell be wed to Irving Cohen Dec. 29 at
jtainebleau .
oily present at the 60th birthday occasion included Sam's
tors Mrs. Louis Houseman and Mrs. Anna Kaplan, both
0i: Mrs. Sam Rubin, Harrisburg, Pa.; and Mrs. Ida Stein,
{jersey. Joining in the happy birthday chorus was brother
[Friedland .
ends included Huge and Eddie Slotkin and their wives,
, U. S. Sen. J. Gleen Beell and Mrs. Beall; Andrew Sordoni,
nt of the AAA, and Mrs. Sordoni, who made the long trip
nr N. Bay rd. home several blocks away; and the Harold
Philadelphia, who came along with the Sordonis .
Chicago contingent included winter residents Col. and Mrs.
vty he's the Democratic party bigwig and Mr. and
* Cummings .
University of Miami was represented by Dr. and Mrs. Jay
tarson, who were seen talking with localities Mr. and Mrs.
[Ungar and the Baron de Hirsch Meyers, of Star Island .
lighted welcome was offered Temple Emanu-El's spiritual
[Rabbi Irving' Lehrmen, of whose congregation Sam is presi-
other birthday party of note took place on Thanksgiving
irking the 107th for Mrs. Ida Miller, of Hollywood! .
ty of her grandchildren flew down from^New York to help
|rbrate the event at the home of her daughter and son-in-law,
and Jacob Nathanson, 1729 Washington st., where she
other daughters were also present for the occasion
annah (Raymond) Rubin, 5901 Alton rd., and Mrs. Helen
| 4575 N Meridian .
ese facts need careful consideration: Ida has two grcat-
eat-grandchildren and 37 great-great-grandchildren. She
back in 1849 and came to the U.& from Russia 20 years
From 1869 to 1946, Ida lived in Eatontown, N.J., until she
fere .
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ites on the Run: Mrs. Julius DamerMtein is recuperating at
1 NE 24th st. home following her serious illness in the
1. and friends are popping in daily to visit The many
Mrs. Damenstein received, she is telling friends, brought
d cheer and is speeding her recovery Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks, 520 SW 62nd ct, celebrated their 44th wedding
rsary on Thanksgiving day Daughter Mrs. Djuretta
Weiss and granddaughter Melody were hostesses at the
muse Receiving congratulations on the arrival of their
er. Irtne Kay, Oct. 26 are
r>d Mrs. Daniel L. Stone .
filiations are for a double
on they've also moved
Beir new Miami Beach home
WTth ct Mr. and Mrs.
N Kramer have returned
{a Palm Beach honeymoon,
ping their marriage recent-
fh Rabbi Irving Lehrmen
F'ng. Howard's a Washing-
federal staffer ...
rs. Samuel S. Siker left last
lor Pittsburgh to visit the
I children. Dr. Sam stayed be-
* their 1C34 Biarritz dr.
hrpose of the visit was to
F- tphr.im S. Siker, daugh-
fla* Eileen and their chil-
1 Just hack from England.
nad Bone arjroad with Jeff
My so i hat he could take
F an exchange professorship
pesuiesiology
He !> North, Mrs. Siker is
riMtini; daughter and son-in-
IRabbi and Mrs. Henry O.
f'. of .NeW London Conn.,
[X,1' fh,lklr('" Joel and Jona-
U". SikeT thC frmer
Jtoacember is the date
l'*er expects to return to
f kach. Meanwhile, Dr. Sam
V0Wn >he fort here.
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Miami. Florida, Friday, November 30, 1956
Section 8
N. Shore Auxiliary
Sews Tots' Dolls
North Shore Post 677 and Aux-
iliary of Jewish War Veterans will
hold a Chanuka party for children
Sunday evening at the home of
Mrs. Milton Ehrenreich, 7610 Dick-
ens ave., Miami Beach.
At a sewing party held at the
home of Mrs. I. Lester, 7810 Byron
ave., Wednesday, Auxiliary mem-
bers stuffed dolls and animals to
be given to visually handicapped
children.
The meeting was part of the
group's child -welfare program.
Frances'Goodman, chairman, ex-
plained.
HAUli AND SAMUEL miiDlAND
. hostess and honored guest
Mrs. Kelcher is Hostess
Miami chapter of Deborah Tu-
berculosis Society will hold a mem-
bership luncheon Tuesday noon at
the home of Mrs. John Keleher. 215
Ocean blvd., Golden Beach.
Mrs. Simonhoff Accepts Third Consecutive Chairmanship
For the first time in the history
of Greater Miami's Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, a community leader has
volunteered to hear the major fund
campaign for the third consecutive
year.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, of 5925
N. Bayshore dr., has accepted the
appointment once again as chair-
man of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Women's Division. Appoint-
ment, for the third time, was made
by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Women's
Division president, at a board of
governors meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Monday
afternoon.
Under Mrs. Simonhoff's direc-
tion, the Women's Division last
year set an all-time record in the
CJA campaijm raising approxi-
mately $175,000, or nearly 12 per-
Event for Socialites Will Fete Mrs. Meir
Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's dynam-
ic Foreign Minister and head of her
nation's delegation to the current
United Nations General Assembly,
will be guest of honor at a formal
reception Monday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carner,
of Miami Beach.
Mr. Carner is dinner chairman
of the Dinner of State honoring
Mrs. Meir, which will be held at 7
p.m. Monday at the Fontainebleau.
He and Mrs. Carner will renew
their friendship with the former
Milwaukee school teacher who is
the only woman in the world to-
day to'hold a foreign minister's
position.
The event looms as one of the
outstanding social activities on the
Greater Miami calendar for the
winter season.
Among those who have indicated
they will attend the reception are
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Waxenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Blank, Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Ansin. Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Cantor, Mr. Marcie Liberman,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Friedland, Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Hecht, Dr. and Mrs.
Morris Goodman, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Kane, Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Lefcourt, Mr. Samuel C. Leven-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kip-
nis.
cent of the total funds gathered in
the drive.
Mrs. Simonhoff's appointment
climaxes many years of continued
service in CJA drives and with the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
She is a member of the board of
governors and served with the
budget committee. She has directed
many events for the Women's Divi-
sion since the early days of Feder-
ation and was co-chairman of last
season's "Luncheon Unlimited."
the Women's Division extravaganza
which attracted nearly 2,000 per-
sons.
For three years. Mrs. Simonhoff
was president of Hadassah. Greater
Miami chapter, and also held the
position of parliamentarian of the
Hadassah regional board. She has
also been vice president of Mt. Si-
nai Auxiliary. She is a member of
Temple Israel and other social and
cultural groups.
"Plus-giving will make the dif-
ference in 1957," said the new
Continued on Page 2B
New Members Honored
"Starlight dance" of Naomi gruip
of Hadassah will be held at Miami
Springs country club Sunday eve-
ning. Program will include a short
ceremony honoring new members.
U. .0 M, and M,, lock ^^^^^ ZTt^^T^^^ St^M
Si^S^tlMwtad "t tabulou, Boy ,d. home. (See "By SOCIALITE").
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National Council of Jewish Women Eyes 7-Division Set-Up
^emb,.
Miami Section. National Councl
of Jewish Women, will hold a joint
luncheon meeting with a two fold
purpose Wednesday afternoon,
Dec. 5.
The meeting, at the Seville hotel.
will feature as guest speaker Hen
drik Berns. foreign newa analyst
Israeli group of Ilada
hold a membership m<
day noon at the Algiers hotel Loui.-
Sehwartzman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, will be L:iie^t speaker. A
nuiMcal program will follow.
oi the Miami Herald. Mrs Herbert pbuu for Council's "new look."
R Sclwr. cbainnan, will introduce, After many months of careful
the speaker whose topic i- "Is- study and analysis, it was rec'ntly
rael and the Middle East." Mrs determined by a Peering comrait-
Yaakov Rosenberg will fc*i?e the hvl tee, headed by Mrs. Annm Fair,
vocation. with Mrs Stanley C. Myers, na-
Seetion president Mrs Jean C. tional'vice president, in an advis-
Lehman is scheduled to reveal ory capacity, "that the tremendeW
and sudden urowth in th'- Miami
community, and the comin1* of su-
burbsnitii baa mad" it imperative
for Council to divide from two to
seven Divisions, four on Miami
Beach to be known as Lincoln. In-
dian Creek. Bay and Islands, and
Hadassah Groups Stress Member
Meetings Throughout Greater Miami
.. ... ... ., I dian Creek. Bav and Islands, and
adassah will Aaron Newman, program ehainnan fc m ^ M(.lropo|it,n arca ,0
,ee,,n, Mon MOvte entitled Th;:! M> Wile ,.,,,,],,, Hi,c;n m, sll(ir(Vs ;im| Sun-
. Itii I i i I itniw is-ill hi ih. n n
SS
Heril group will meet at the So*
rento hotel Monday noon. A Chan
uka play will be presented In Mi
hotel at l p.m. on Monday.
Miixvak
will be shewn p( ..
_ ... ... ._' Each group will have its own
D.bor.h group will hold an ^ ^ rnm, offiwrs %xA an
emergency business and Member ^.^ (,,Hln:l*,, s..ci;n g"
hip meeting a tni' Martituc|ii.- .
Leader, in ( ouneil who served
as members of the Division plan
committee are Mrs Howard Grove,
Mrs. Sidne) Lewis. Mrs. I^on Kap-
lan. Mrs Samuel Gertman, Mrs.
Burton Goldstein. Mrs. Aaron Kan-
ner. Mrs, Leo Ackerman apd Mrs.
Monte Selig.
It is our intention to put the
new plan into effect on Wednes
day. Feb. 6. 1357. when each of the
-even Divi-lolis Will hold Its first
meeting.'- Mrs I,ehman said, "for
wnlv if we have the best thinking
and the
I
Robert Steven, son of Mr. and
Mis. Joseph Gittelman. will
be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
Dec. 1, at Temple Judea. Rab-
bi Morris Skop will officiate.
Robert is a student at Coral
Gcbles Junior High School.
Skit to be Presented
Lrael Goldberg, president
sterhood Chesed She! Emess,
week announced I combined
regular meeting and Chanuka par-
the organization Monday af-
ternoon, Dec. S, in Dora August
irial Hall. 5o SW 17th ave
Shalom* gTOUP will meet at Hi-
biscus l.od'je at noon Monday. A
movie entitled "Tell Me Where it
Hurts" will he shown Mrs Herman
Anuerman will report on American
Affairs

Manna Senesch group will cele-
brate Chanuka at the Shelbourne
hotel Monday. 1 p m. New mem
liers will be honored Life members
rill be presented with gold pins. A
musical program will include vocal
solos by Mrs. Ben Loud, acconi
panted by Miss Anuyta Melikov.

Stephen S. Wise grotm will have
a membership party at the Allison
hotel Monday noon. The member-
bring-a-member affair will hear a
musical program, with Aida Yaslo.
concert pianist, and Susan Talia-
noff, soprano, featured.

Hanna Senesch group of Hadas-
sah will hold a card party at the
Shorecrest hotel Saturday evening.
Funds raised will be donated to the
Hadassah Medical Organization.
Mrs. Leon Kaplan Section membership viCo
Jean C. Lehman, Section president, and to*?*'
chairman of Division plan committee, discus^' T*
5 meeting and announcement of new seven n^*
of National Council o< Jewish WoTen .^
area.
Plans Quicken For RalliesHerT ,
"lans tor the comm-inity-wide author-comedian Joe, uJ
lute to Israel" at the Miami the B'na, Brith ;*!
Plans
Sal
Beach auditorium
Dec. 20 were
membership participation
stronger Council "
in a
Hard-Hitting Bill
At Cameo, Town
Back by popular demand at th*
Cameo Theatre are two great film
Review Series
Presentation Due
A highlight of the second in a
.series of book reviews sponsored
by the Miami chapter of Hadassah
will be the formal presentation of
copies of a new historical work.
"Great Ages anaMdeas of the Jew-
ish People," edited by Leo W.
Schwarz.
The book will be given to Mrs.
Helga Eason. director of commun-
ity relations of the Bay Front Pub-
lic Library and president of the
Dade Countv Library Assn. Pre-
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban. i
pageant with more than 150 per-
sons participating will enact an
original musical drama, "Son of the
Lion." depicting the Dfe of David
Ben-Gurion.
The "SalOte" wilt honor Ben
Gurion's 70th birthday, with admis-
sion free to persons buying at least
$100 in Israel Bonds or selling a
minimum of $300.
The B'nai kVrith Men's and Worn
en's Councils stepped up their ac-
tivities for the Dec 11 "Night in
Israel" at the Algiers hotel. Miss
Israel oi 1956. Sarah Tal. and
melodramas. "The Killers." star-] sentation will be made bv Mrs
ring Burt Lancaster and Ava Card-1 Loul, Sehwartzman. education vice
thH?^ Si ,Wl,iCh PreMdent f ,h Mlam' chapter of
Richard Conte and Coleen Hadassah. in furtherance of the na
Doro Stein Sisterhood
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the b>
Mrs Frank F Kerdvk will
raehte Center met Tuesday noon sP,"aT fLJ?? V V* ^ SHS?'."* Thing of Beauty" by A. J.
lor luncheon a, the Center An eve M^M S lWKB, club ft?
* &h"'!.,g,Cal ,hnller b* d.-V_^emoon. Dec 3 Mrs j
nd the supporting cooperation of j ^dVwXeX rTthe^CreTr **"* "^
I.....r members car, the plan re ?"? "I? ?, ?V I .' ?atcr "'"" accord.n? to VtiuSi
suit in what we all wan, more ^ comm.ttee for SUte, of Israel ner Meyers, chairman ?J
In addition to ,be appearance of | K'^g* *
iDadeTOflCi
Woman Nominee!
For the first time mitsl
history, the 100 Gab t
Countv. organization of.
executives, has norrunattti
an as president.
Helen Alpert. nomiim. ]
ami Beach publicist-nfcl
served as executive canal
the organization almost sat]
inception. She is also
rector fur the nation's
Two other candidates L
dent are Lew Braveraai
Seymour G. Schneider.
Election night take place 1
nesday, Dec. 5, at tie
hotel.
The rest of the slate: I
vice presidents. Sol
Frank Alter, Milton I
Jack I: Lazar. Harry Pimkr.i
of directors. Samuel J
ney Davidson. Martin I
Melville X. Greenherg, Hf I
man. Sam Jackowitz. Edfct;
man, Harold Prince,
stein. Raymond R. Rubin.I
E. Selevan, Charles Turk)
Yelen
I nopposed is X fl
treasurer
ttars
V-m. mn. tional education program of Hadas-
rne Killers." marking the ruth- sah.
excitement of Erne* Homing- "Great Ages and Ideas of'the
Young-ot Heart Meets
Regularly in North Dode
First meeting of the Young at
Heart group will take place at
North Dade Jewish Center Sun da v
afternoon. The social gathering will
highlight the Chanuka festival. Led
by Mr._AJwaham Birnbaum. the
Jtfoup jnefts regularly at the Cen-
.tef. I
........... "*"' "" o" inn ave ~~"r u(i|iuri-1 uon, is a comoosite wort r.r ii,., a?
H Nathan Zeiekler will enter- 'nf <* n->ung Sam Levene. worlds l,,,d,n',,. sh scholars wS'
The M,.-,,.i::i,- Goldb^g. San. ,' 22. ,and AlbTrt ^k-; historians. Contributors to he six,*
er Nate Shenkman and \'n' *pma (' V "L **'* h"" sec,,ons "f h- honk- from the h^ !
"f?r v'"k l ,,y oWD.%i^b^?m5C& E2f^2! o the Council
The exciUng double hill i. ab kin, Cecil Roth and Salo W Baron ^/^ram will be broadcast over
at th.. Town Theatre in Miami. Mrs Frank R if.^.J J 2 rad, "Mtion WWPB Sunday at 12
A Chanuka radio program under
the auspices of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami has
modern^ age. include, hee,, announced by Danie| M.
ning business meeting followed,
with program chairman Mrs Bather
Cohen presenting "We are Broth-
ers." a Chanuka candlelighting cer-
emony.
Georges Simenon.
Ginger Rogers and Michael Ren
me are starring in "Teenage Rebel"
at the Carib, Miami and Miracle
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The Eternal Light
ctndU is a small thing
candlt can light another.
it givtt Us flam* to the other,
how its own light increases!
re iuch a light.
pit is the power to dispel darkness.
fu have this power to move back the dark-
"s in yourself and in otherswith the birth
I light created when one mind illuminates
(other, when one heart kindles another,
Wn one man strengthens another.
'd its flame, also, enlarges within you-w-
fu Pass it on.
.'
^ro|ighout history children of darkness
K* tried to smother this passage of light
m man to man. Throughout history dicta-
t9> large and small, have tried to darken,
"Nnish and separate men by force.
But always in the end they fail.
For always somewhere in the world the light
remains; ready to burn its brightest where it
is dark; a light that began when God created
the world:
n. Who covtnst Thyttlf with light
at with a garment ."*
And every free people has remained free by
resisting those who would extinguish in men
the light of freedom, of love, of truth.
To do our daily part to increase this light,
we must remember that a candle alone is a
small thing, a man alone is a small thing, a
nation alone is a small thing.
Remembering this, we must recognize some-
ihing much more than our indispensability to
others. We must also remember their indis-
pensability to us.
For how can we hopeeither as individuals
or nationsto reach our maximum until
we help those around us reach theirs?
To be strong, the strong must serve.

"These light* we now kindle ."
These words accompany the lighting of
Hanukkah candles in the home, and in the
heart, to commemorate the eternal bridge of
light which reaches ffom Creation itself to
the radiant spirit of free men.
In this spirit is celebrated the Festival of
Hanukkahthe Festival of Lightwherein
the candle that gives its light to the others
is called "the servant candle."
You, too, are strongest when you serve.
; -
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message 0f Th, inuhB Theological Seminary / America to your
'ttention became we believe it bat a meaning for everyone today.
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Harry Gordon
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Jullua Oreen
Samuel J Kalp*rln
Jeaepb Handanu
Leon Kaplan
Julrt BUIon
Chariea Kratka
Mai Kraiua
Sidney Lejcourt
Oecar Lelchuk
joaeph H Leer
Dare Levlnion
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Beth Sholom Affiliates
Will Celebrate Chanuka
Sisterhood. Mvn's club, PTA afd
Mr. and Mrs. club of Temple Beth
Sholom will sponsor a Chanuka
party and dance Saturday evening
in the Temple banquet hall, accord-
ins to an announcement by Ralph
Sihto. pmldt of the congrega-
tion.
Chairman for Sisterhood Is Mrs.
William Yanowitz: Men's club, Ar-
thur Weider; PTA, Mrs. Melvin J.
Richard; and Mr. and Mrs. club,
Mrs. Joseph Friedman.
!***?. Ho,
Mrs. Harry Levy, Mrs. Herman Spiegel and Mrs. Sidney Finger,
arrangements committee chairman, discuss details of AJCon-
gress social event due at Eden Roc Dec. 16.
dining and entertainment for th-
many American Jewish Congress
, members and friends who are
\Af ifll rVAIlt tkk sl'hedu!ing attendance."
JULJGI LTWll Committee members include
AJCongress Slates
Top
Eden Roc Dec. 16
Annual dinner-dance, top socia
and fund raising affair of the Amer-
ican Jewish Cor res* organ I
will be held this year at the Kicn
Roc hotel on Sundav, Dee. 16. it
was anoouced by Mrs charlM P
Peinberg. pre-ident of the Aaatti
can Jewish Congress Florida Wom-
en's Division,
Mrv.Itanjamin Kamen. preaidenl
of (he Miami chapter, and Mrs
Larry Priedland, preaidenl of the
Beach Louise-Brandein chapter, arc
assisting; m preparations for this
peak affair of the American Jewish
Congreaa talendar.
Mr- Ffiiibi-ri; and Mrs Si Incy
Finger, of Miami Beach, committee
chairman, -aid Wednesda) that
special plans have been madi
sure "a top notch occasion Initli in
Mcsdamrs James Paulen, Harry
Levy. Simon Botwinick, Herman
Spiegel, Allen Becker, Leonard
Kruilland and A. I. Saltzman.
Funds raised contribute to the
support of the special project in
Israel of the American Jewish Con-
gress Women's Division. The Louise
Waterman Wise Youth Center in
Jerusalem. Other important pro-
jects adied by the local fund rais-
ing effort are the civil rights and
civil liberties activities of the
American Jewish Congress Com-
mis-ion for Law and Social Action
and the survey and research work
of the American Jewish Congress
Commission on Community Inter-
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of the Better Living Forum, first in
a new series sponsored bv the B'nai I
B'rith Women's Council of South'
Florida, on Thursday evening. Dec.
6, at Waldman's Crown hotel.
Guest speakers are Rabbi Morris
Skop. of Temple Judea. and Dr.
Jack A. Kapchan, professor of
psychology at the University of
Miami. Judge Raymond G. Nathan
will be moderator.
Hostesses for tho evening will be
presidents of the 12 chapters which
comprise the Council. Mrs. Samuel
Nieberg. Coral Gables; Mm. Nor-
man Sand. Eleanor Roosevelt: Miss
Betty Robbins, Emma Lazarus;
Mrs. David Sachs. Flamingo; Mrs.
Murray Gladstone, B'nai B'rith
Women of Miami.
Mrs. Charles Hineser, North
Dade; Mrs. Emanuel Pincus. North
Shore: Mrs. David Greenberg, West
Miami; Mrs. Paul Harrold, Holly-
wood; Mrs. Max Davis, Miami
Beach; Mrs. Bernard Broads, Gil-
bert J. Balkin; and Ft. Lauderdale.
Mrs. Morris Sterling.
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president, revealed that dinner will
be served at the affair.
Scouts who passed their achieve-
ment tost at a recent board of re-
view of Beth Israel's Troop 402
will be presented with awards dur-
ing the program, Nathan Klonsky.
1 scoutmaster, said.
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Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
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Saturday evening at 1328 SW 67th
ave. A spin of the dreidel. and
where it falls, will decide the cost
of admission to the dance. Jack
Cobb, Of television station WTVJ,
Will be featured M disc jockey.
Program Slated Wednesday
Bialik Branch 290 of Farbrnd
will hold a Chanuka celebration
Wednesday evening, Dee. 5. at
Kneseth Israel Congregation. Pro-
gram will include Rabbi Isaac Ler-
er, Cantor Abraham Seif, Jacob
Fishman. Max Astor and Mrs. Man-
ya Shubow.
Training School in Meeting
Miami Beach Home and Training
School for Retarded Children met
Wednesday afternoon at the Monte
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the candlelight ceremony which
united in marriage fcfisi Cynthia
I* uise Sudakov and Edgar Lewi*,
The 6 p.m. wedding took place in
the Monte Carlo hotel on Sunday
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The bride is (he daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Sudakow. 1100
Venetian Way. Miami Beach. Mr.
and Mrs. Wax Lewis, of 4801 NW.
5th st. MiJmi, are the bridegroom's!
parents.
The bride selected a full-length'
wedding gown of chiffon taffeta.1
lin-embroidered cnntlUy lace;
formed the bodice with scoop neck.
Miss Gale Weds
Phillip Brooks
Barbara Greta Ga!e became Mrs.
Phillip Albert Brooks in 7 p.m.
ceremonies Saturday, Nov. 24, at
the AJ|lers hotel Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated
The bride is the daugh'er of
Mrs. J|,' Jacob Phillip Ga'ewitz. 1525 Lenox
ave. Her husbtfl l*i parents are Mr.
and Mrs. David Brooks, 1036 Ku-
ciid ave.
The bride's brother. Edward
Gale, gave her in marriage. Yellow |
was the color theme of the cere-
mony.
Mrs. Maria Beth Gale, her lister-
in-law. was the bride's matron of
honor Schoolmate Miss Lee Gordon
WU bridesmaid Heshie Brooks act-j
ed as best man for his brother. I
Ushers included Fred Diamond and |
Marvin Markowitz
Newlywed Mrs. Brooks graduated
from the Lear School and attended !
the University of Miami. Her hus-'
band is a Miami Beach High School
graduate, attended Vanderbilt. I'ni-l
versitv of Florida and received his
law degree at the University of
Miami.
He is a member of Zeta Beta Tau
social fraternity and Nu Beta Ep-
silon legal fraternity.
A three-week honeymoon in Ver-
adaro. Havana and New York City
was the couple's destination fol-
lowing the dinner reception at the
Algiers. Out-of-town guests includ-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Louis Joseph. Great
Neck. L I ; Mrs. Sara Joseph. Brook-
lyn. NY: and Max Brooks, Pater
son. N.J.
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The couple will be at home at
1525 Lenox ave. on their return.
long point-to-hand sleeves and front
panel of the princess-line skirt. A
double-tiered French illusion veil
fell from a lace cap of iridescents
and pearls.
She carried white orchids with
tube roses on a white Bible. Her
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maid of honor. Miss Sandra Ehr-
lich. wore a cocktail-length, cham-
i pagne-colored satin dress and car-
j ried a bouquet of pink carnations.
Bernard B. Breitbart. brother-
l in-law of the bridegroom, was best
man.
The bride graduated from the
University of Miami magna cum
laude. Mr. Lewis is attending the
University of Miami law school.
A reception and dinner follow-
ed the ceremonv. After a honev-
moon trip to Nassau, the couple
will make their home at 35* Ma-
deira. Coral Gables.
Miss Heiman Plans m
For June Wedding I
Wedding bells will ring on June '
23 for Mickey Heiman and James
Richard Kaufman. The engagement
is announced by the bride elect s
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hei
man. 423 E. Rivo Alto dr.. Miami
Beach.
Mr. Kaufman is. the son of Mr
and Mrs. Herbert E. Kaufman 2421
SW 23rd ter.
Miss Heiman attended Miami
Beach High School, where she was
a member of majorettes and the
A CaneUa choir, and Sullins Col-
lege where she sang in the Sullins
Touring choir. At Sullins she was
club editor of the Sullins Reflector
and news editor of the Academy
Reflector.
The bride-to-be also attended the
University of Florida where she
was Greeks editor of the yearbook.
Mr. Kaufman was graduated from
Miami High School and will re-
ceive his accounting degree from
the University of Florida in June.
The future bridegroom was vice
president of the student body,
chairman of the university political
party, president of Tau Kappa Al-
pha, honorary debate fraternity,
business manager of the debate so-
ciety.
He is now president of Pi Lamb-
da Phi fraternity and executive ad-
ministrator to the student body
president. Mr. Kaufman was recent-
ly tapped for the two highest hon-
ors on campus, Florida Blue Key
and Hall of Fame. He will repre-
sent the university in "Who's Who
in American Colleges and Univer-
sities."
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is planning a dance Saturday eve-
ning. Dec. 8. at the Center.
Theme will be "Roaring '20V"
Gone but not forgotten melodies of
the 1920s will be plaved by Joe
Beckerman and his Orchestra. Mrs
M. Roland and Mrs M. ChoOfl are
in charge of tickets
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Dec. 23 Wedding
Miss RosJyn Hope Fox and Ken-
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for their Dec. 23 wedding.
Announcement of the couple's
betrothal is being made by the
bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morry H. Fox, 2738 SW 3rd ave.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin R. Paul, 1052 SW
24th ave.
Miss Fox is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, attended the
University of Florida and grad-
uated from Davis Institute of Tech-
nology.
Mr. Kempler attended the Uni-
versity of Chicago and received his
BS degree from Trinity University
in San Antonio. Tex. He is present-
ly completing courses for the PhD
degree in psychology at the I'm
vcrsity of Texas. His social fra-
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Betrothals Told In Miami Area
Page 9B
Ardmore
mss wid uvnti
[Ann Levine
)thal Told
Mrs. Hery Blum, 4445
ave., Miami Beach, an-
|he engagement of her
Enid Ann Levine, to
orns Novak.
fcvine attended Greenbrier
Allege and the University
vak, formerly of Cincin-
served more than four
the Navy during World
ind is manager of King
c, for the State of Flor-
l the brother of Mrs. Har-
povich. of Bogota, Colom-
Jding will take place Dec.
imi Beach.
Center f6 Nominate
meeting of the Israelite
be held Tuesday eve-
M. Morris will preside.
piinattons of officers will
e, with elections slated for
Tuesday in January.
Zommit-Moskowitz
Marilyn Ann Zammit and Nathan
R. Moskowitz are planning for their
Jan. 27 wedding.
The couple's betrothal is an-
nounced by Marilyn's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Z. Zaammit, 1834
SW 27th ave.
The bridegroom-elect is the son
of Mrs. Hattie Moskowitz. 818 Penn-
sylvania ave., and the late New-
comb E. Moskowitz.
e e e e e
Bium-Groiimtn
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Baum, 1735
SW 17th ct., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Bar-
bara Carole, to Richard Grossman.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Grossman, 226 SW 15th ave.
Beth tl Sisterhood Party
To Feature Holiday foods
Beth El Sisterhood is sponsor-
ing a Chanuka party Sunday eve-
ning at Dora August Hall, with
special holiday foods and cards
featured.
Hostesses at the affair are Mrs.
A. Greenberg, Mrs. G. Solinger and
Mrs. S. Potash, who revealed this
week that a $100 U.S. savings bond
will be among prizes offered.
The couple plan to be married
June 30.
*
Madalia-Rostnbcrg
Miss Norma -Madalia and Don-
ald Stuart Rosenberg will be mar-
ried Ma>-. 10.
The bride-elect is the daughter
"f Mrs. I H. Madalia. 1111 g
v*m*an Center, and the late Mr.
Madalia.
Her fiance is th son of Mr. and
Mrs Morris Rosenberg, Coral
Gables.
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Academy Ladies
Meet Wednesday
The December meeting of the
Hebrew Academy Women will be
held at the Sterling hotel Wednes-
day noon.
Mrs. Isidore Spolter, Academy
year book chairman, assisted by
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, Mrs. Wil-
liam Kesselman, co-chairmen, and
Mrs. Hyman Sandier, chairman of
the PTA committee, will introduce
the 1956-57 issue.
A newly-fornvd adult choir spon-
sored by the PTA will render vocal
selections in honor of new and old
members. Guest speaker will be the
Academy's principal, Rabbi Alex-
ander S. <*ross, who will speak on
the "Book of the Year."
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president,
announced the appointment of a
steering committee consisting of
the Mesdames William Farr, Irv-
ing Firtel, Alexander S. Gross,
Aaron S Lauer, Alex Miller, Ruth
Mirmelli and Jerry Sussman.
MISS BAUM
MISS ZAMMIT
MISS MADALIA
Vets Will be Feted
Veterans at Pratt VA Hospital in
Coral Gables will be entertained
with a Chanuka party Sunday eve-
ning. Department of Florida, Jew-
ish War Veterans, will be host.
Children's choir of Temple Judea,
under the direction of Robert
Strassburg, will appear in a candle-
lighting ceremony.______________
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Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Levine. will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Eman-
u-El Saturday morning. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Marvin is an eighth grade
student at Nautilus Junior
High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Weinstock, 1101 SW 24th ave.,
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Sabbath morning services at Beth
David Congregation.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will of-
ficiate, with Cantor William Lip-
son rendering the musical portion
of the liturgy.
Temple Gardens
Bar Mitzvah Site
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Madansky,
of 5167 SW 8th st., announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Lloyd,
which will take place at Torah Tem-
ple Saturday morning, Dec. 1.
Lloyd is a junior high school stu-
dent at Oxford school and is active
in the Photography club and Na-
ture society at the school.
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel and
Rabbi Louis A. Cassel will officiate.
A Kiddush in the Torah Temple
gardens will follow the services.
Ronald, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Marvin Isaacson, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu-El Saturday morn-
ing. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. Ronald is an
eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
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Samuel David Blatt will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services of Temple Zion. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman will officiate.
Samuel is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse J. Blatt, 9200 SW 71st
ave., Miami.
He is an eighth grade student at
South Miami Junior High and at-
tends Temple Zion religious school.
The Weinstock family will be
hosts at Kiddush following the serv-
ice and at a dinner at the Roney
Plaza Sunday evening.
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
and has been studying Hebrew for
three years. He is a member of the
Cotillion of Beth David.
Out-of-town.jfuests will be Mich-
ael's great-aunt ad uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur N. Sonin, of New Jer-
sey; and great-aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Abrams, of New
York.
fo Mark Festival of Lights
Sisterhood of Beth Raphael Con-
gregation will hold a latke party in
honor of Chanuka Sunday evening
in Bloomberg Hall. Mrs. Ethel Berg-
man is chairman of the affair.
Seidman Bar Mitzvah
Joseph, son of Mrs. Miriam Seil-
man, 725 81st st., was Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning at North Shore
Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiated. Joseph is a
student in the religious school of
the Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
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Pag* 10 B
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center of-
ficials shown at sixth annual meeting Sunday
in Sea Gull hotel. Front row (left to right) are
Sam Seitlin, vice president; Mrs. Milton Sirlrin,
president; Sidney^Stiller, vice president; Leon
Epstein, vice president. Rear are Joseph Mas-
ters, treasurer; Eiraim Gale, executive director;
Seymour Gelber, financial secretary; and
Stuart Winston, corresponding secretary. Not
shown: Isidore Simkowitz and Bernard Weks-
ler, vice presidents; and A. Budd Cutler, re-
cording secretary.
Mrs. Sirkin Again
6MJCC President;
Dr. Williams Talks
Mrs, Milton Sirkin ;i- reelected
PTl -ident of thl r Miami
Jewish Community Center at the
sixth annual meeting, of GMJ< I
Stn t in the Sea 'lull hotel
1 tiling officer Or H Frank
I'n Williams vice president <>f the
I versil mi -' ited th il in
a p-'i iod v hen ipmenl of
rommi I hip wu so im-
i i' ant, "i:. agencj such ai
ICC i- a i I I pi ground
ior thr i of leadership
pi within the
h< up to the board
officer level "
Other offic ted ith Mrs.
n A.
Geismar is Guest Speaker
"'I meeting ol the Greater
club of the City of
Horn I on Mi n
' "' hotel Michael
rector oi the
hotel, and J ph Uter. of 6388
v hair
lion
will
be Sii iar.
Epstein, Sam Seitlin. Isidore Sim-1 Wek kowitz. Sidney Stiller. Bernard B | ;ers; financial secretary, Seymour
TJeiber; reeortnrqr secretary a
Budd Cutler; and corresponding
secrete*,. Stuart Winston
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November 20^
igron Ave.
Kitts Meet
activity for the
,rca of Miami Beach,
ELuw Avenm Pronerty
Vn :'l h""1 l'cheon!
^ash-naton av. mer-,
| at the Famous rest-
pr ,hn rejuvenation and
..inn of Washington ave.
folded hy MiHon Smith,
|rfe,.'t an I ineomin-? pre<-
Bik, Phli h^r of th- W
,Sun rouncilman ^imtH
in president of the Hi-
Chamber of Commerce.
9rl Fox. manager of traf-
Sonv and na'ki"-* for W>
h will address the groui.
hrners Joseph Rose, of the
llm Harry Cohen, of the
[jeer Leo Kadoff. of the
ou elandrr hotels, will also
luncheon.
rMNEW-
SEE"
IPS
-JewlsHhrkfort
Paqe 11 B

BY HENRY LEONARD
\c Opinion
Formed
REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN
NEEDED
.-. Norman E- Butkr, Realtor
13030 N.W. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
Acreage
Specialist
See
F. D. H. Mackenzie, Realtor
Telephone MA 2-421S
OCALA SILVER SPRINGS, FIA.
Beach Bank Adds
Ition of the Public Oninion
pn of Florida. Inc.. with a
:v of Miami s'atitical and
expert as director of re-'
jra< umounced Wednes lay.'
te'UE'^S^ New Fcctlities
IC'aM SchwartI and Rich-1 Np,v hanking fRUltta will be
Mcll. "P^ two firms wi'l rrovided by th- Bank of Miami
Ices al 4111 N. Miami ave., Beach as a res'ilt of the current ex-;
to Rundell, president of pansion program neanr.g comple-!
: Opinion Foundation. | tion.
saidthat Dr. Ross Beiler. xhP Bank. 927 Washington ave.. I
/or of povernment nas (aken ovcr ad.ioininq stores to'
t the_Universiv|lh nor(n and s0tn for morc than
f Miami, will 3000 feet of additional floor space. 1
erve as research I New facilities provided by the
'irector for the, increased floor space include a
rm. Schwartz is small-io^n department, interview-!
xecutive viee j ing booths, new board room, chair-
rosidont ad Rob- man's office, expanding machine
rt Koppen is ro0m and bookkeeping department,'
m ice president. & we|| as additional storage space. |
koppen will also The bank already has a kitchen
and cafeteria for employees.
B. F. Danbaum. chairman of the1
board, said crow'h of d'-oo'its, a
well as personnel, necessitated the
increase in floor space and facili
ties.
"In less ihan two mm, we have
e leqal counsel
>r the corpora-
llrt tion.
a nationally-known ex-
ts of public opin-
an 1 marketing r>
[Durina the recent election
the conducted surveys for increased our staff from 13 to 43
|tevensn:i nnl Gov. LeRoy'employees while deposits have
*!? Kapp?'mrtoeta of more ,han *wMed in thc past
By College, Dr. Beiler is the >'*''" he revealed.
Btheast Florida member of | President of Bank (>f Miami
' Assn. for Public Beach is P. Lee Powell, Mavor of
Resea-ch. He taught at II-1 Mjami Bearn wniIc charles Vott is
wesleyan I niveraitv, the
of Vermont and Law-
BUILDERS
BEAUTIFUL HOME SITES
75 Ft. Front
FROM $J,000
MULTIPLE UNIT LOTS
All Sizes
BUSINESS LOTS
See Ui Before You Buy
We Specialize in Nsrth Miami Beach
Also Income Property
HOMES and ACREAGE
Merritf Realty
344 N. E. 167th St. 816-4520
ACREAGE
NEAR 40 MILE BEND
Close to Dud? County Line .
12,000 ACRES
$30 per Acre
10,000 ACRES
Between Melbourne and
Orlando, Fla.
$45 per Acre
29% DOWN
WYMAN ATKINS
Realtor 12769 W. Dixie tlwy.
PI 8-8332 PL 1-1935
JOE COHEN
REAL ESTATE
1*59 Drexel Ave.
Miami Beach
College before joining the
[of thc University of Miami
first vice president.
The Bank has Miami Beach's only
drive-in teller window.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
TO ALL
H past eight years. Bei'.er
ducted about 20 scannings'
pc opinion and behavior of
ounty residents.
Miew firm will specialize in I
pig research and analysis
imercial clients, as well as"
m surveys for candidates
! local, state and national of-
lundcll .said.
tor all your need's
REAL ESTATE
in Brevard County
wnnt... MB ... et see:
R. C. BURNS, Rsg. Broker
116 Willard St Ph Cocoa 474
. 0. P"X 76". !>" B. OK**, Fl-
AMERICA'S FASTEST GROWING FEDERAL i
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED
UP TO $10,000.00
fLAGLEp.
.. FEDERAL
s,WTSGS
JLAGLEB
FEDERAL
SAVINGS
p- logn Aoeoctetion of Miami
OO N.E.2od AVENUE. MIAMI
PMl N. Marks, President
"IT'S TIME TO SAVE"'
NEAR STARK
20 acres
3 mites North of Stark
Half mile off of 301
PECAN & PINETREES
PRICED RIGHT
Pauline Morrow
FR 3-2007
H. G. Itwbert
Realtor HI 8-2665
CCHIKaTOKEWYORK?
Sloy ol (hi* aodern ?5-
|X l 0I' holel- A" 'om'
I 1" Qulild. eipojure. lofg.,
tilt
Acreage Bargains
SOUTH DADE
10 ACRES
Section 6-55-39
Only $1,200 pzr acre
te'rms
. 10 ACRES
Section 15-57-38
Only $1,200 per acre
TERMS
20 ACRES
Section 9-56-39
Only $1,650 per acre
TERMS
This is an exceptional buy
because oi location
817-6531
KEEN-L0VELL REAL ESTATE
16821 So. Dixie
PERRINE, FLA.
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
HKMn K.WOIJ
-SH OR EL AND'ARC AD t
I
SACRIFICE
t $184 per Acre
Total Price $731,400

Liberal terms, over 3,000 ft- road
frontage, located on warm side ane?
safe side of Palm Beach Caneaf neat
West Palm Beach
fOK DETAILS SEE
GEORGE DYKES
609 Ingrnhom Bldj.
Phone Miami FR 3-9922
ACREAGE
SPECIALISTS
Dealing in All Types
of Real Estate
TAYLOR & ASHLEY
REALTORS
Bin 18 Stuart, Fla.
Phone Stuart 104
NORMAN E. BUTLER
Realtor
DEALING IN ALL TYPES
OF REAL ESTATE AND
ACREAGE
13030 N. W. 7th Ave.
Ph. MU 11400
FLORIDA KEYS
WATERFRONT
A DEVELOPMENT, partly completed.
Owner says, sell as is. Wonderful
opportunity for builder or investor.
2,000 Ft. of white sand beach on
Gulf side and 2,000 Ft. of U.S. 1
frontage. Would moke a terrific
yacht club with enough land for
golf course and residential use.
South Shore Realty
BROKERS COOPERATE
Ml 3-7416
FORT MYERS
OPPORTUNITY !
700 ACRES NEAR CITY and RIVER -
active center frontage on im-
portant boulevard. $310 per acre,
29% cash and balance 10 annual
payments. Fine subdivision site.
JEFFC0TT
Realty Investments
2400 FIRST STREET
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
ywwww-wwv.

beouiitully turniihed
rooms with kitch
ennette. private f
bath, from $5.50 i
daily- Two room
suites from $9.50
MOM M0NTHI*
ATM
PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK
M. L9E5ERMAN & SONS
)
Droodwoy ol 75lh St.. New York
Olto' W.nL.h, MnOiK 0.'.CW
For Buys In Acreage
Consult The Jewish Fforiefiofl|V
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM
NEW JER$EY PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE
ALBANY WASHINGTON BOSTON
PROVIDENCE and all other points Weekly Service
Fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse
655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353
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TIN WIPING A SPECIALTY
252 N.W. 29th ST. FR 1-6666
Arko Welding & Pipe Fabricators Co.
Mechanical Contractors
HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
CHARLES UE
6191 N.W. 12th A VS.
IYNN CROSWEIL
PI 1-5904
GREETINGS
Investors Diversified Services. Inc.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300
1st National Bank Building
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
GREETINGS .
HUGH KIRKLAND
Phone MU 14736
Masonry Stone Brick
Quality Materials Quality Workmanship ... a combina-
tion that adds up to a construction team that builds for the
future.
35 I. 57th ST.
HIAUAH, FLA.
GREETINGS
Dallas Glass & Mirrors, Inc.
Electro Copper Plated Mirrors
657 N.E. 17th STREET
PI 4-144)4
TO ALL GREETINGS
BRANSFIELD & WHITE. INC.
Paving Contractors
No Job Too Large or Small
1152* W. DIXIE NWY.
Ph.n. 116-9941
OJUS
TO ALL GREETINGS
Terrazzo
For The Floor Beautiful
A. TERRAZZO COMPANY
545 N. W. 54th Street
PL 4-0060
ARNOLDS LOCK 4 KEY SERVICE
Formerly of York Lock & Key
4*11 ROYAt PALM AVENUE mAm |(ACH
LICENSED BONDED LOCKSMITHS
JEffersM 1-4505
Are.*. Calm
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
'",? 4X
Louis Adler, 123 NE 50th St..
Miami, longtime musician
here, opens with his orchestra
in the Medallion room of the
new Americana hotel Dec.
15. Adler is a frequent head-
liner at privately-sponsored
social occasions.
Beach Hotel Builder
Dead at Age 58
died of heart ,tUck Sunday in
his home Bt 5800 Collins ave. M"
ami Beach. mi
A former New York importer
who moved here 30 years ai?o Mr
Turchin was a member of' the
board ef directors of the Commun-
ity National Bank of Bal Harbour
and past executive vice president of
the Central Bank and Trust Co
of Miami.
A past president of the Miami
Beseh Hotel Owners Assn.. he built
owned and operated the Sea Me
hotel for many years. He also built
the Edgcwater hotel and other1 ^V^
hotels.
r-.
"ESS"
:.....*Ui
'>.*
Royal Castle Chain
In Expansion Plan
The Royal Castle System, with 37
stores in operation from Ft. Lau-
derdale to Homestead, has em-
barked on a $3,000,000 expansion
program.
Announcement was made this
week by William D. Singer, presi-
dent, and his son. Lawrence E. Sin-
ger, executive vice president and
secretary. By 1958, the chain will
have a total of 60 stores in Dade
and Broward counties.
As the initial step, the Royal
Castle System has purchased a 20-
srre tract in Hialeah. the Singers
revealed. On this property will be
built a fuMy mechaniied central
commissary, new executive offices,
a training school, an auditorium for
100 people and a warehouse.
The tract runs west of the Sea-
board Air Line railroad tracks
along NW 62nd st.. Hialeah. Direct-
ly across from it is the new Flam-
ingo Shopping Center.
"After careful .surveys." Singer
said, "we determined that this is
the ideally central place from
which we can service our stores
from Pompann, where a new loca-
tion has been obtained, to Home-
stead.
"We will get away from the con-
gestion of downtown Miami, and at
the same time become part of the
rapidly growing industrial-retail
Hialeaah district. Here, close to all
our Miami stores, we will be equi-
distant from Homestead and Ft
Lauderdale."
Operations of the present cen-
tral comissary and offices at 1040
Biscayne blvd will be transferred
to the new facilities, upon comple-
tion of the planned structure. A
100 percent increase in personnel
Wl'l staff the new building.
He was a member of the Elks
Masons, B'nai B'rith and Temple
Israel.
Mr. Turchin is survived by his
wife, Gertrude; a son, Robert; two
daughters. Mrs. Lucille Kroll and
Mrs. Phyllis Kovens, Miami Beach;
a brother. Sam, Long Island; three
sisters, Mrs. Mae Jaffe and Mrs
Pauline Wax, Long Island, and
Mrs. Kitty Chertok, New York City;
and 10 grandchildren.
Services were Tuesday in the
Newman Gordon Funeral Home.
Burial was in the Temple Lsrael
section of Graceland Memorial
Park.
MORITZ WOLF
74, of RJ& NW 7th St rd.. resident
her* 17 years, coming from Herman v.
died Nov. 2r,. He a retired butcher
Survivors Include his wife. Johanna: a
yon. l-othi.r; daughter. Mrs. Carol
l.evltt; and four grandchildren Serv-
ice* were Nov. H at Gordon Puneral
Home, with burial In Mount Nebo
CMMtanr,
MAX NOVICK
S3, of 411 Ocean dr., died Nov. II. A
winter visitor hare for IS years, he
Wn a retired girdle m inufai tun '
t*ur\l\om Include his wife. Pannie
son. Ira; two brothera and two sisters.
Kervk-ea were In Hronklvn. NT. with
local arrangements by Riverside-Beach
Memorial lhapel. Washington ave.
MORRIS WIXLIR
(*. Canadian wrap Iron exporter, died
Nov. :t In a local hospital. He came
here two weeks ago from CsM-ai-a*.
Veneauela. headquarters /or Ms Mouth
America operatlona. Surviving are two
daughters. Mra. Bather Harris, and
Mrw. Fay Mllstetn; and one son. Ru-
ts*. Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel
waa in charge of arrs ngements for
services and burial In Montreal.
JACOB) HOROWITZ
74, of 111". Washing-ton ave.. died Nnv
21. A candy store owner, he came here
Hebrew Academy Students
inacl Story of Chanuka
Third grade students of the He-
brew Academy presented a Chan-
uka playlet entitled 'Torch Bear-
ers" Thursday.
The playlet was written by Mrs
Harry Perach, Academy instructor.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, introduced the program.
Participating were Joey Aron-
esty. Pearl Attias, Ronald Berg-
man. Barry Bogin, Kenneth Breed-
er, Michael Gewitx, Robert Klin
ger. Richard Kokkins, Arthur Lit-
owitz. Philip Mirmelli. Charles
Neustein, Judith Reinhard. Phyllis
Reinhard, Lanny Rose, Mark Safra
and Eli Sandier.
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'M-t,rv.
MHin5s4
"-, *''. Not sal
' 'hlrlJ; Z'i.bl
*> -Ly i
""h MeXSHSf
HARRY WASSMgaJ
am frm x|S!
' "'i',",'-r T*m,* fan
l"h Hum* for th*--aa
andI ..,. tW.,,e
"T in. found*-* ,,( fan ,
' >- .-if, L
'- Joseph, In*, i
Miami Bearh: anrt .s .Lj
and II grrat-mtsk^pCT
Nov B p, .. j,
Pngpel, lVaVan*
'<" lal in Wuodlasn rVt]
MRS M01LIE EHSrl
1. "f 61! Zamwing,
I art -h _
Rochester, \.T. SigrlSB
hushand. AbrahjT *,
ya-niir! and Edward At.
Judith Kranrs, on* .Ms72
eri and two rrn wen N'ot :3tr.*iaa
with hurlal In Mnoat Nekei
MM. YITTaI
77, of 151 NB SID n, |
She ram* h*n U
Philadelphia. A sag.,.,
nick, and four staura. Is
San ford, survive. SjrrsYj
Phllad*lphk, sitk _
Home In charn IwaJ;. fl
ISMFL RUUAK '
7. of ;i sw mil ., <
H* cam* h*r* It rran>
N V ;,nd until Us 1
years ago op*rat*d > taihti
SW :Tlh v and tr
IS-year member of tfet I
Order of Odd F*IV>. Jtl
Krooklvn. H kerei Mai
son. Al*. and tw
Mae K.nti and Sfrt R*aell
Rervlc*a *r* Not. ?3 M I
Reach Memorial Oiaiwt.
Mount N'bo C*mt*rf.
MR I. HOYT IEM
4I>. died Vov 1 A .,
she lived at 4 15tb at,
rtning her* all y*arH*.l
a* a cmptaln In fh* Aiafl
f,.rps durlnr Worst War BH
stationed at P*arl Harhofl
of the I>ec T, ll l*t
n..... her of !h* Rd (-rl -,
vlved hv h*r nusbatv1. "1
was .n Miami M*srHl Pat;
MRS. ANMIl'jAHi
<: nt 140 SW list m. II
4 years, died Nor. U.
her' husband. Hymu-
.,., ivil ind s
danr'ii-'> Mrs H!aiw
Rylvla Kri'sknv* ana JafJ
low tWO hrnth*n, H*7
;\.r. iTaT'd'-hlMrjs
Nni IS ii rSordrti ritn. -
hurlal In Mt. Sinil cmewj^
Greetings
to our
Pcrtrona and
Friends
22nd off C^llln,. Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-4345
^fc^- 4-ens
TO Ml...
A
MAM
CNANVR4
James E. Roche
PAINTING CONTRACTOR
217 N.E. 97th STREET
Phooe PL e-5852
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
0
TL.Sn*TL~i
^^saBlkd
sahae I sen
Henry E. Mangels CoNtpaay
isse n.w. Mm st. p*. mi s-isei
To Our PattoM
and Friends
Holiday Gieeting^
GENERAL BEP^J
644 N.W. 54ft;
744 MX J- **
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j November JO. J955
1956
JtJmi&Ikricnar


*> V
(left), donor of Gus Trau Pavilion at Jewi8h Home
A Abe Kurman (center). Home president, and David
[amine final plans for pavilion. Now completed and
j, pavilion will be dedicated Sunday, Dec. 9, at
Gardens. Father and son are board members of
Jus Trau is a founder and has been an officer or board
since Home's opening in 1945.________________________
is Rise in Tremendous Ratio
In Florida's Savings, Loan Assns.
IH's Dr. Jones,
Top Medical Expert,
At Rome Ceremony
Gus Trau Pavilion (Indication
ceremonies of the Jewish Home for
he Af?ed on Sunday, Dec. a. will
have as main speaker Dr. Ralph
Jones, professor of medicine at the
I niversity of Miami, according to
an announcement Wednesday by
Abe Kurman, Home president.
Dr. Jones, who is 38. came to the
medical school in 1955 as professor
and chairman of the UM depart-
ment of medieine He is chairman
"f-the coord in., tm-r committee on
cancer chemotherapy of the Na-
tional Service Center in Washing-
ton. The Center represents the
N itional Institutes of Ilealth of the
U.S. Public Health Service, Atomic
Energy Commission, Veterans Ad-
| ministration. American Cancer So-
ciety and the Damon Runyan Fund.
Dr. Jones' committee allocates
funds from governmental and non-
governmental sources for cancer
research throughout the country.
Dr. Jones, who i> interested in
the fields of geriatrics and geron-
tology. In- shown concern with
sound community planning and co-
ordination of health and welfare
services for the chronically ill and
aged as I hey apply in the Greater
Miami community.
Page 13B

put S20.452.658 more
Florida's savings and
ciatio.n- this past August
i July, and the increase
by 48.5 percent the sum
during August of last
[encouraging figures and
liness statistics have been
here by Joseph M. Lipton,
.of Dade Federal Savings
[Assn.
jlorida Savings and Loan
[of which Lipton is a di-
nd executive committee
['prepares monthly reports
>ing its finger on the
pulse of the state.
looking over the figures,
"August was a 'good'
br the 90 savings and loan
ish-American
iw Due Sunday
Dec 2. will usher in
Irscbi Belt Follies." a Yid-
rican review, at the com-
pfemodeled New Variety
: 550 Washington ave., Mi-
di.
fapian management, owner-
B, lay year introduced
i only Yiddish legitimate
ptthe Roosevelt
lYortt stage shows, booked
phis year, will follow "The
[Belt Follies" after the first
fear and will feature popu-
|dish and American enter-
Pietrack, local music
[.has arranged and orches-
m music for the "Follies"
Mill
associations located in he st*e. |
and their progress reflects tin
healthy business condition which:
the state generally is enjoying."
Pertinent figures for the 90
savings and loan associations in
Florida, cited by Lipton, include:
Gross savings received during
the month were $69,592,568, and
withdrawals were $49,140,910,
leaving a net gain of $20,452,668.
The withdrawal rate of 70.6 per-
cent was less than the withdrawal
ratio of 74 percent for August of
last year.
'"'In other words," Lipton com-
mented on the ratio, "or tne money
put into savings accounts last year
and this year, more of it is stay-
ing there now than last year."
The total of savings ($1.381.-
438,341) in August was $203,458.-
474 greater than the 90 savings and
loan associations had at the start
of the year.
"Florida people Lipton declar-
ed, "in just eight months accumu-
lated $203,458,474 in discretionary
income. That's income left after
paying their normal, monthly run-
ning expenses.'*"
Mortgage lending, by,.' August,
reached $1,277,077,135. Lipton
pointed out that mortgages out-
standing increased by $26,988,590
during August,'which was 132 per-
cent of the net increase in savings
during the month.
Dade Federal has brances in Al-
lapattah, Edison Center, on the
Tamiami Trail, as well as its down-
town office in. Miami-
The Trau Pavilion, which is uni-
que in both design and furnishings
for the ambulatory, mentally alert
residents of I he Home, has at-
tracted national attention. It is a
giant stride forward in the Home's
march toward achieving first rank
as a rehabilitative community for
its senior citizens.
DR. RALPH JONES
t._
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
MACK CONSTRUCTION CO.
6462 S.W. 8th STREET PH0NE M0 1-8591
MAX STEIN, Owner

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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
4-
CHANUKA GREETINGS L. L POWELL & SONS REALTORS 1656 Lenox Avenue ._ Phone IE 1-3357 -------'___L*_________i
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A HAPPY CHANUKA TO JtWRY EVERYWHERE
"RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
And Associates
MIAMI FROXTON
TO ALL GREETINGS .
m
MIAMI OWENS DEALER
ANCHOR YACHT SALES & SERVICE, INC.
961 N.W. 7th Street FR 1-7181
GREETINGS
JOHNNY'S 20th ST. GARAGE
CUSTOM WORK BODY RIP AIRS AUTO PAINTING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
1720 N.W. 20th STREET NE 5 8801
TO ALL GREETINGS .
CHAMPION AUTO SALES
New and Used Cars
WHOLESALE RETAIL
l

i
n
i
285 N.W. 36th ST.
PI 1-7252
frank Covinglon
TO ALL GREETINGS
MACK'S TRUCK STOP
:
Physicians' Wives Meet
Physicians Wives club will meet
Tuesday evening, Dec.. 4, at the
home of Mrs. Daniel Kindler, 110
Shore dr. W., Bay Heights. Pro-
gram will feature a talk on "Pion-
eering in South Florida" by Mr.
Ernest G. Gearhart, Jr., of the His-
torical Assn. of South Florida.
Homer Nolen, Mgr.
Pure Oil Products Courteous Service Our Motto
"One Sfop Service"
2851 WEST OKEECHOBEE ROAD HIAIEAH, FLA.
TU 8 9391
|l t I I T 11 |
ADAMS SERVICE
N't Adams
> STEAM CLEANING CO.
*t iKtrptrattd
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Sapero Reelected
Beth Raphael Head
Julius Sapero has been reelected
president of Beth Israel Congrega-
tion.
Other officers named at a re-
cent election meeting include Abra-
ham Baratz and Charles Klein,
vice presidents; Ralph Krieger,
secretary; Benjamin Agronow. re-
cording secretary; Joseph Swartz,
treasurer.
Sam Segal, chairman of religious
affairs; Isidore
Susner, associate
chairman; Adolpb
Hammer, house
chairman.
Members of the
board of directors
are Lawrence
Berliner, Sam
Botfen, A. Cor-
rnfeld, S. Got-
lieb, Adolf Ham
mr, Harry Kah-
an. Maurice Klein,
Ahesh Perl. Louis Swartz and Sam
Segal.
Krieger Wednesday revealed
coming programs due at Beth
Raphael this season, outlining
among them the work of commit-
tees for visiting the sick, Israel
and local philanthropy. He also an-
nounced a revised late Friday eve-
ning service series and classes in
adult education under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Arie Becker.
Tifereth Israeli*'Fete
"Cue of the Missing Latke" U
the name of a Sisterhood skit to be
presented Saturday evening at the
women's organization annual Chan-
uka party in Tifereth Israel North-
side Center. Shalom Young Juda-
eans are members of the cart.
Tifereth Vivalets will present "The
$64,000 Chanuka Challenge."
North
Mrs. Wolf is Hostess
Murray Solomon Post and Aux-
iliary of Jewish War Veterans will
mark Chanuka Sunday, from 2 to
5 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Jean-
ette Wolf. 4430 SW 1st st., Miami.
Co-chairmen of the event are Mr*.
Sylvia Weiss and Mrs. Muriel Mil-
ler.
KKtIClR
B. r.lorevitz.
Dr. Wolf son to be Speaker
"Golden Age of the Spanish
lews' will be the topic of a lec-
ture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson at
the Spinoza Forum Sunday eve-
ning. Dr. Wolfson will discuss "Ibn
Gabirol. Ibn Ezra and Gersonides."
A question and answer period will
follow Dr. Wolfson's lecture at 121
11th st.. Miami Beach.
Candlelighiing Ceremony Doe
Zamora Jewish Center Sisterhood
will hold a Chanuka party and
Menorah candlelighting ceremony
at the Center Sunday evening.
Bench lodge fo Celebrate
Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai Brith.'
will celebrate Chanuka at its eve-
nine meeting Wednesday in the!
Waldman Crown hotel, program |
chairman Jack M Fink announced
this week. Irving Schatzman is an
rangements chairman. Georce I
Kronengold i> president of the
lodge.
fmanu-il Students in Ploy
Israel Ribner. educational direct-
or of Temple Emanu-EI religious
school, said this week a special {
Chanuka program will take place,
at the Temple on Wednesday, Dec. |
5. Students will present an original
operetta "The Call to Freedom.",
written and directed by Trixie Le-
vin.
life Members to bo Feted
Cantor Edward Klein and the
choral group of the North Shore
Jewish Center Sisterhood will pre-
sent a special Chanuka program
at a membership party of the Sis-
terhood Wednesday evening. Dec.
5. Life members will be honored.
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May is now perfecting a sales or-
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Tag Airlines will operate fre-
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During the summer months, the
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