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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining TH JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
i 30Number 49
_____.. Miami, Florida. Friday, December 7,
1956
Price 20*
itain Demands Gaza Be Placed Under UN Rule
fd Insists '
iel Leave
lip to Police
In (JTA) Israel should
[from all Egyptian terri-
Irom the Gaza Strip, and
[should become a United
I responsibility, Selwyn
tain's Foreign Secretary,
This week in the House of
fin the course of a state-
Bouncing plans for the
of British and French
\m Egypt.
, the Gaza Strip over to
Secretary Lloyd said,
the best solution of a
oblem. A just settlement
lefugees is an essential
[of a final settlement to-
Ith an agreement about
water schemes and other
]ne noted that all this he
efore, but expressed the
\ the presence in the
substantial UN force
State Department is 'Careful'
In Aid to Pressed Egyptian Jewry
ggTffllZfc,"*SH %&"*" SS Depart, Is ,-, eeking JE u
register concern over anti-Jewish
DA6 HAMMAKSKWLD
. promotes peace
charged ith the duty of keeping
the peace "will contribute to the
final settlement which is the pre-
requisite of stability in the area."
Later, replying to questions from
the floor, the Foreign Secretary
Continued on Page 2A
tin Says Israel Broke
igypt Before Intervention
)N (JTA) A British
lent spokesman gave
Is week where credit was
|told the House of Com-
: the Egyptian Army had
broughly beaten by Is-
jVs in the field before the
Ind French forces inter-
[the Suez (anal area.
peryative MP asked the
)ffice about the "untrue
da" being put out by the
Bio and what steps were
(en to counteract this and
it known throughout
| world that the Egyptian
IVIV The scheduled
n of 27 seriously
I Egyptian soldiers wee
p Hy Wednesday
Italian planet flew to
the soldiers. The re-
born Israel were all en-
captured in the
Nign five week* ago.
Army had been completely de-
feated by the Israeli Army before
Britain and France had inter-
vened."
H. D. Ormsby-Gore the Foreign
Under-Secretary, replied that he
was aware of the "preposterous
claims made by the Cario Radio
and of the distorted account of
fighting in the Sinai Desert." He
declared that "all evidence avail-
able indicated that the perform-
ance of the Egyptian armed forces
was extremely poor and they
proved themselves extremely in-
competent."
Meanwhile, a Laborite, H. C.
Usbore, and a Conservative, I. J.
Pitman, offered a motion in
Commons calling on the United
Nations to purchase or lease the
Sinai Peninsula with control of
the islands of Tiran and Zanafir
to be used as an assembly point
and the first base for a permanent
UN force.
measures.
Last week State Department
spokesman Lincoln White denied
that official U.S. representations
have been made. However, sources
in the Department said the United
States is undertaking to aid Jews
in Egypt but wishes to avoid giv-
ing any offense to Egypt. It is felt
that such careful handling of the
situation is necessary in the best
interest of the potential victims.
Commenting on the Egyptian
denial that "no Egyptian citizen"
because of religion has been ex-
pelled or dismissed from his job,
the Washington Post and Times-
Izvestia Declares Israel
Existence to be 'Doubtful'
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Communist Russia stepped up its
propaganda barrage against Israel this week and attacked the Jewish
State so savagely as to give rise to fears that the attack was a cover
screen for more serious moves, such as a threatened Syrian assault.
The angriest attack was deliverec *-----------------------------
on Israel by Izvestia, the Soviet
Government organ, only 24 hours
after Foreign Minister Dmitri Shep-
ilov had repeated the disproved
allegation that Israel was concen-
warned that these false accusations
"raise anxious speculation concern-
ing the purpose for which the pre-
text is invented."
Izvestia assailed Israel's leaders
Herald pointed out the deception trating troops on the Jordanian in generai terms and warned they
in the Egyptian statement. and Syrian borders and was prMwere ]eaaing their country along
In an editorial, the paper said Pann fo,\a" all"1 attack on ,lj "suicidal paths" by making it the
that only 10 percent of the Jews JSiJ'SS^JiX.i WL "fit1 "hlred ?endarme" of colonialism.
Observers stressed the paper's use
paring for an all-out attack on its
Arab neighbors. The paper said
in Egypt are Egyptian citizens and |,srael*s leaders should be in the
more than half of the Jewish popu-, do5fk -JJ" ""K, n wril
. .. __, .._ .. I Mr. Shepilov s allegations were
latin are stateless and unable to .*" ------------
... ,. i rejected here by a spokesman for.4i, iq=o nr0pc
obtain citizenship because of "ad-1 ine iyoz purges.
ministrative obstruction." The the Israel UN delegation as a "com-| The article said that Israel, from
paper called the Egyptian move plete fabrication." The spokesman its birth, "began to threaten its
agaist Jews "altogether Hitlerian in noted that lhe shepilov attack was neighbors and conduct an unfriend'
of the term, "aggressive Zionism"
an epithet not widely used since
'ominous in
the extreme" and
concept and in scale."
CAIRO ENVOY DENIES TERROR
Meir, Eban Tell UN
Of Inhumane' Treatment
0 HAIFA Some 30 Jews deported from Egypt arrived here
early Wednesday. Israeli officials indicated they mey be the first of
thousands seeking entrance to the Jewish State. The refugees ceme
aboard the SS Israel via Europe.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Persecution of Egypt's Jews was
formally brought to the attention of the United Nations General
Assembly here by Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir, who called on
the president of the Assembly to*---------------
intervene urgently with the Egyp- FQR DfTJ/tf $[[ pQ, 64
tion Government to halt Us in------,---------------------_-----------_
humane" actions against the Jews.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Mah-
moud Fawzi told the UN General.
Continued on Page 2A
ly policy toward them." It has. the
paper added, "refused to listen to
the voice of the Security Council,
the demands of world public opin-
ion and the voice of reason." In-
stead, it charged, Israel's leaders
"continued to play criminally and
irresponsibly with the destiny of
peace and the destiny of their peo-
ple."
The paper accused Israel forces
of "wholesale murder," an "orgy
of robberies and pogroms in Gaza"
and "savage, brutal reprisals" in
Rafa and el Arish. It cancluded by
warning Israel "to stop playing
with fire" and noted grimly that
otherwise, "the very existence of
Israel as a state is now in doubt."

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Gus Trau Pavilion Will
Be Dedicated Sunday
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JEm3S'

firP d and occupied Gus Trau
lot Jewish Home for the Aqed provides
r.,0ns fr 16 ambulatory residents.
pviaually and cooperatively care for
P rooms, as well as for landscaping
and surrounding orounds. Residents ot toe
Home, through their Residents Council, active-
ly part.cipa.ed in design and eyJ
building to meetings with architect Irvin
Korach.
An historic day in the 12 year
existence of the Jewish Home for
Um Aged of Greater Miami will
take place Sunday, Dec. 9, at 2
p.m., when the Home holds dedi-
cation ceremonies for the re-
cently-completed Gus Trau Pavi-
lion at Douglas Gardens, site of
the Home, 151 NE 52nd st.
Funds for the construction and
furnishing of the building were
contributed by Gus Trau, 4574,
Nautilus dr., Miami Beach. Trau
is a long-time resident of Florida.
A pioneer founder of the
Home. Trau was its vice president
and has been a board member
since the Opening of UM Home in
1845 He is member of the exec-
utive committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, board
member of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, trustee of Tem-
ple Emanu-El and leader in many
other local, national and overseas
causes.
Dr. Ralph Jones, professor and
chairman of the department of
medicine at the University of Mi-
ami school of medicine, will be
main speaker at the Sunday dedi-
cation ceremonies. Irving Cypen,
Continued on Page 6 A
- BULLETINS-
ROME The Egyptian Gov-
ernment has moved to expropri-
ate Jewish property in Egypt
worth an estimated $1,700,000,-
000, Italian Jews expelled from
Egypt declared here Wednesday
upon their arrival at the port of
Brindisi.
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Page 2 A
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Mrs. Meir, Eban Advise General
Assembly of Inhumane Actions'
Continued from Pag* 1A
and mass arrests of other Jews
i "rumors" and challenged Jhe right
Assembly that "only a few Jews'0* Israel to sPeak for *"" ljving
were put under custody in Egypt" in other countries
and that in Port Said the Jews] Mrs. Meir said in her letter of
fled because the city was bombed, protest to the president of the
He termed the reports of mass General Assembly that 30.000 Jews
deportation of Jews
tion against Jews."

from Egypt
NEW YORK Gen. Yigal
fadin, former Commander of
rael't defense forces, told a
United Jewish Appeal mooting
|er* that "introduction into
Syria and Egypt of 300 trained
Soviet pilots, 500 experienced
Soviet tank corpsmen and other
men trained in the use of mech-
anized war machine* would be
all the personnel needed to make
possible a full-scale Arab attack
on Israel."
have been affected by the anti- j
Jewish measures of the Egyptian
Government. "The deportees, some
of whom have already arrived in
various points in Europe, are com-'
pelted to abondon all their proper-!
ty behind them apart from 10
Egyptian pounds and a suitcase of
personal clothing." Mrs. Meir said.
"In addition to the action taken
against the persons and property
of individuals of the Egyptian
Jewish community, the Egyptian
authorities have also moved against
the community as an organized
body. Jewish hospitals in Cairo and
Noted Zionist Due
At N. Shore Meet
the sick ejected and the-medical
staff arrested."
The bid for UN action was sup-
ported later by Ambassador Abba
S. Eban who told the General As-
sembly that Israel had confirmed
Abe Tuvim. well known national I and s"PPrted information show-
Zionist figure, will be guest speak-! In ,hat E>'Pt is P*'*" a "P>1-
er at a meeting of the North Shore ,cv "f r;,claI terror and persecu-
Zionist District Monday night.
Dec. 10. in the social hall of the
North Shore Jewish Center.
Max Kolker. program chairman.;
said Tuvim will discuss "Zionist I
Roots in Israel asserted that one of the functions
Tuvifli is one of the founders of "f ,hc 1l'n,t,ed Na,ion* Emergency
the Brandeis and Blum colonies in Force ,ls kcpPmR ,ne l*are be-
Israel. He MTVad U director of ,W,'*'n ,sratl and ,nc Arab <"
special events and organized large ,,e sai(1 ,nal ,ne withdrawal of Al-
demonstrations for the American lied forces was being carried out
Zionist Emergency Council under Wltn the understanding that Secre-
the leadership of Dr. Abba Hillel ,, ^..ZZT. n
Silver. taiy General Dag Hammarskjold
Tuvim is personally known to,wi" Promo* as rapidly as pos-ble
most Miami residents as the father nreotiations for guaranteeing free-
For pioneering service to American Jewish Community, special
community service award the first to a business enterprise
in the 58-year history of the Union of Orthddox Jewish Congre-
gations of America is presented to H. J. Heinz Co. at Ortho-
dox Union's recent convention in Atlantic City. Fred C. Heinz,
vice president of food firm (left) is shown receiving award from
Alexandria have been sequestrated, Nathan K. Gross, Orthodox Union national vice president and
chairman of its Joint Kashruth Commission (second from right).
Participating in presentation were Moses I. Feuerstein, re-
elected Orthodox Union national president (second from left),
and G. David Leibowitz, convention chairman. The Heinz Co.,
one of the first in the 31-year-old Kashruth certification program
of Orthodox Union, was cited fox "25 years of pioneering serv-
ice in providing dependably Kosher products fox the Jewish
home maker."
Britain Demands Israel Quit Gaza
Continued from Pago 1 A
ment's position that France and
Britain had intervened to prevent
the spread of war throughout the
Middle East and the belief that
this is just what had been accom-
plished by the intervention.
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Pallot Will MC Sholem Lodge Fete
Page 3 A
anniversary celebration of Sholem |
LoflRe, B nai B'rith, due here Sun-
hotye|CVen'ng 8t thC Fontaineb'eau
Pallet, who is presidentelect of
in
J to right are Leon J. Ell, dinner committee chairman; Daniel
[Broad. JNF Council president; and Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
i executive committee chairman. They plan JNF Council
dot scheduled here Sunday evening at Waldman's Crown
nal Arrangements
ie for Council
ter Here Sunday
j J. Ell. Miami Beach civic
fcr, was this week named chair-
| of the committee of the Jew-
National Fund Council annual
at Waldman's Crown hotel
iday evening, Dec. 9.
niel M. Broad, president of the
fctil. announced Ell's appoint-
tit a meeting of the executive
nittee of the group in the Shel-
t hotel Monday.
tabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
|er of Temple Beth Sholom, has
i named master of ceremonies.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual
ter of Temple Emanu-El, will be
Ig speakers scheduled to ad-
the gathering. Others who
| speak are Dr. Harris J. Levine,
lonal president of the Jewish
Itonal Fund, and Hon. Nahum
, Israeli Consul for Southeast-
| United States.
Iibbi Mayer Abramowitz, spirit-
I leader of North Shore Jewish
to, is chairman of the execu-
tive committee of the Council and
in charge of arrangements.
The Jewish National Fund is the
only agency which purchases land
in Israel for farming and settling
of refugees for rehabilitation pur-
poses. Over one-eighth of all arable
land in Israel has been developed
through the help of this agency.
JNF is now conducting a nation-
wide campaign for the develop-
ment of the Negev. A report on this
activity will be made at the din-
ner.
Ben-Gurion Branch
Installs Officers
Bernard Furman will be istalled
president of Ben-Gurion branch of
Farband Wednesday evening at
Beth El Congregation.
O'her officers to assume their
posts at the installation meeting
are Solomon Halperin, vice presi.
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secretary; Sam Bild, treasurer;
Mrs. Ana Sorin Bild, recording and
corresponding secretary.
Manuel Burstein will be install-
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SW 21st st., Miami, was the site of
a branch board meeting this week.
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a candlelight ceremony.
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fair, who have already designated
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Miami Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell.
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by LEO M!NDL!N
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editot and Publisher Volume 30
Number 49
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editoi
Friday, December 7. 1956
Teveth 3, 5717
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vented heriS*1
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this medium i^^C^^^^}
East situation seemed direcUy imDart2 .lency of the 12
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ported here from the center nf L2I *e,r' w Another Milestone Sunday in the Care of Our Senior Citizens SHr^S1^--^-
Sinai peninsula campaign. Sufi! w P,!rposes of ^wJ
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eluding the West with a ctmenL-. B made "WjikZa
doughty Htle republic""Vten7.0nB,n,foe;,Mali0n fej
achievement brought added problems -- new Sr ^ "*!
he AeriS!a,HEaSt "nd ,,U,e more <*nce for ,*' ""-"I
the Arabs than existed before. Permanent pe,|
The Jewish Home for the Aged Sunday
marks another milestone in its startling progress
ad gratifying achievement with the dedication
of| the t*w GusVfrau Pavilion.
From its beginning in 1945, fhe Home has
been outstanding among institutions for the
aged in the Greater Miami area.
Setting the pace for the entire community,
the Home continues to remain in the forefront
of ideas and practical experience on methods
of dealing with our senior citizens. Aware of its
leadership role and responsibility, it has sought
unceasingly to be of service to Miami in its
planning for Home residents, as well as for
the chronically ill aged.
It is but a little more than five years ago
that the Jewish Home for the Aged moved to
Douglas Gardens its present site. During the
brief period since then, there has been a de-
cided auickening of pace in its strides forward.
An initial milestone was the completion of the
Albin Memorial in 1954 a pioneering con-
tribution to the care of the chronically ill.
Sunday marks another such stride forward
this time, with an eye toward the best in-
terests of the mentally alert. The Gus Trau
Pavilion could not have been envisaged with-
out the fundamental concept that a major goal
of Miami's Home for the Aged mast stress posi-
tive living on the part of residents, rather than
passive waiting; rehabilitation where needed
and restoration of residents' confidence in their
productive ability no matter how old they may
be, rather than mere supportive therapy how-
ever well conceived; living quarters and living
arrangements designed to offer privacy, com-
fort, beauty and peace of mind.
In short, the new addition to the Jewish
Home for the Aged is another departure in
method for such institutions in that it aims to
restore the residents' feeling of "parity" with
other age groups," to exalt their dignity and
self-respect and to maintain for them an at-
mosphere of total emotional independence.
For these reasons, as well gs for countless
others, the Jewish Home for the Aqed is re-
garded not only locally but also nationally as
an elite orqanization in the increasingly sig-
nificant field of senior citizen care.
The new pavilion is a tribute to Gus Trau,
its inspirational source. Egually, it is a tribute
to the entire Jewish community, which continues
to set the pace for social progress.
Five Years of Progress for the Jewish Community Center
The Grefltpr Mirrmi TonrioVi *- t_._ .. ..... _
The Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center held its sixth annual report meeting
last week. The meetinq achieves added sig-
nificance in thet it marked five years since the
emerging of the Center from Dade county's
previous YM-WHA movement.
During this period of time, GMJCC has at-
tained an admirable degree of progress. Mov-'
ing to meet the social, cultural, recreational
end educational needs of the community, the
Center has at the same time aimed to further
positive aspects of Jewish survival includ-
ing the strengthening of Jewish family life and
the sound adjustment of the individual Jew as
an American.
The Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center today operates leisure-time programs de-
signed to cope with the requirements of every
age level. Boasting upward of 5,000 members,
with services offered to more than 10,000 per-
sons in the Dade county area, the Center fam-
ily embraces activities involving nursery
schools; after-school programs; pre-teens;
tween-agers; teen-aae organizations; young
adults; sport, cultural and educational functions
for parents; and Golden Age clubs for the
community's senior citizens.
Interesting statistics indicate that these
GMJCC services cost some S214,000 during
1956. The present budget year envisions an in-
crease to S240.000; while the coming fiscal
penod will require funds in the neighborhood of
5275,000. These services are becoming increas-
ingly important to Miami Jewry; they will be
even more important in the years ahead if
Dade's present population advance is an indi-
cation of the future.
As an example, the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center currently operates 16 nur-
sery school qroups in three different locations
throughout the area; 500 children attend four
summer day camp programs; more than 1.000
teen and tween-agers are organized into small
dub units; upward of 300 senior citizens regu-
larly attend Golden Age friendship groups.
Since 1954, there has been an increase from
30 to 50 groups in the teen and tween-age level
of GMJCC, alone.
But all of these statistics, interesting as they
may be do not touch at the heart of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center the impor-
tant role GMJCC plays to assist Miami Jewry
plan for its total betterment as fruitful citizens
in an increasingly complex world.
There Are No Such Things as Violations of a 'Small Order'
Eavnt PrpsiHpnf Nmcur io u:_ ___ :___ ......
Egypt President Nasser is showing his true
character more and more as the days go by.
International violations of a "small order"
conceivably may be overlooked by the major
powers. If their past actions in dealing with
Nasser are worthy of being excused, it is only
on this basis.
But even the major powers today finally
recognize him for what he is. In addition to
the fact that his international violations are no
longer of a "small order" and that they chal-
lenge the security of these powers as previously
they challenged only the little people of the
Near East, Nasser is now openly adopting the
methods of the once-mighty dictator Adolf
Hitler.
Egypt last week brought to the fore her
reign of terror against her Jewish citizens. For-
merly respected members of the Egyptian com-
mons of Mem Kampf" copies of, which are
being distributed on a mass basis in Cairo and
Alexandria today. In edition, swastika banners
are seen with increasing frequency in these
ClllGS,
Israel has already brought these violations
of human rights to the attention of the United
Nations. Egypt's victory over Western negli-
hThm S6 8,ren<3,hened 'o the extent that
the UN vacillates over this bitter turn of events.
Perhaps tested for the first time will be the pur-
pose of the Genocide Convention an inter-
national treaty outlawing the deliberate attack
ulT?JaCl religi0n OT cul,ure' whi^ the
United States has never seen fit to ratify.
F^r!?'ndiOUb,edIi:' the ma'or ^Ivation for
Egypt s Jews today is the State of Israel. Her
own destiny ,n a troubled Near Eastern sea is in
meny respeciea memDers or the tgyptian com- ,ms regard of particular significance As the
munity, they are now being beaten; thrown maJor Western Powers set for themselves the
into concentration camps; forced to sign away ,a,k during the coming weeks of mendinq
their homes and their property; suffering the the breach among them a breach thot
outrages of kidnapped hostages; coerced into suited from wide differences in far-ion V
making public vows of voluntary miqration for opinion it s K k ,ore,an policy
propagandistic purposes; and accepting a host .... hoped they will recon-
of other calamitous indignities attending the 8,1,u,e ,neir Por attitude toward international
brutal act of genocide. violation.
As if all this were not enough, captured It is to be hoped they will realize that there
Egyptian officers in the recent Sinai Peninsula i no such thing as a violation of u
campaign were found to be carrying transla- order." mall
O-fMMS* AND fOKKH POUCY DtHm,0NS Of Pl
JHIS WARINESS is significant because i, eMM
' American foreign policy as expounded h XL f *'
and Secretary Dulles on the very same dav ouSTr** ="
closed circuit television address. Both ei n/??1^
declared the Middle.Esst scene to be consider!-Lm ^ '
in a singular bursJof enthusiasm, indicated wallow "knee deep in pessimism" no, to see tha,Z ^',
are greater than they were thirty days ago PrwpwU forJ
These points of view are obviously in .ham --- -<
one another. An uninvolved observer riign" feelThaTv fH
of quiet urgency ,s calculated to encourage /SSJUk^
support and that the official U.S. estimate T.f hL'!^*
therefore more realistic. csuma'c of the Mtuauon i
But the Administration has been oDtimistir with a k.nd of lingering longing, we IS \ U 1Z2'
nouncement that "there is good news from the iiddfeS?
announcement made virtually on the eve of he AniVS
action. While optimism is an admirable charaderiS a\
however, represent the sum total of American foreign ^
One can. of course, argue from an alternate position HI
mgton was wrong^once. it need not be wrong again. ThUmay.hJ
be true. But the odds are that Mrs. Meir's evaluation reprmhlj
perfect appraisal of the Near East scene than does our nraw
for even .should Mr. Eisenhower and Mr. Dulles have reasouMtl
for their optimism, the question arises: What do these m
mean by peace?"

4 CAICUIATID STAVCGLt KTWtlN HUNTS Of WfW
yyHEN MRS. Meir talks about peace as .-.he did at the Israeli
function Monday evening she due. not mean i
pre-Oct. 20 conditions, when her nation had constantly to i
guard against attack from one of a multiple number of points I
her borders; nor does she mean tacit world .icceptance of
blockade against her shipping through the Suez (anal.
But for the President, as well ;>- for Mr Dulles, thesei__
would be satisfactory, indeed: while inflammatory in a local u
they could be conceivably confined to the area as they are.MJ
is realistic in the extreme, being confined today. This twilight r
military condition is illustrative of our government's major na-
tion to the world scene over the past four years InikrChail
Formosa are among others.
But neither peace nor war is what Israel has had since her I
pendence despite her repeated ple;is before the United Ni"
bntl aimed to correct this twilight situation when her forces
into Sinai. Mrs. Meir told her Miami audience Monday night. "I
lenge the representative of any other country," she declared. ToJ
before international opinion and honestly say his government
people would not have* acted similarly under similar condm
Abjuring territorial acquisition and other benefits accruing to*
ful military campaigners. Mrs. Meir again and again indicated!
wants nothing more than total peace.
But precisely in the UN action of the past few days, Mrs.Mr*
sees the return of the pre-Sinai campaign status a reWn
vigorously and for obvious reasons rejects. President Eis
and Mr. Dulles' current optimism, nonetheless, is based preen
this possibility. In the weeks ahead will emerge the calculated!
of these two points of view.
JT4
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i Confab Lists
Minify Heads
126 Meeting
[Herbert M- Baumeanl, di-
', the Soulh Florida Com,.
Union of American He-
..reeations and spiritual
the South Dale Jewish
KilleuiHethrrelieiouspor-
Ithe program of the annual
iatCampOwni B-nai B'rith Youth Organi-
fft 26 to 30. it w.is an-
- ta Ross Sandier and Joan
[presidents of Aloph Zadik (
IrdB'irai B'rith Cirls. jurfior
rf B'nai B'rith.
-Baumfiard will present a
[concerninc the Jewish con-
democracy and will deal
fi< in terms of history, phil-
[and its meaning to the]
land general community to-
prominent community
i will act as resource people
III group discussions B'nai
loath will hold at the con-
.. which will be in ttfnc
i theme of the convention.
i Jewish American Youth
j Democracy?"
_J among these are George
(f, president of the Florida
federation. B'nai B'rith Men; [
1 Efronson. president of the |
(Florida Men's B'nai B'rith j
|; Burnett Roth, chairman of
; 5 ADL Committee; Pris-
Bonfield. educational di-
the Anti-Defamation
! of B'nai B'rith; Max Karl,1
r of the National Conference j
and Jews; Dr. Jack
han. of the psychology de-
bt at University of Miami;
Edward Graham, Mt. Zion
I Church.
John B. Orr will kick off
Mention, and E. Albert Pal-
tsident-elect of District 5
Lodge B'nai B'rith, will
ie convention with a sum-
talk.
'Strictly Business'
irtly Business" will be the
i of the Dec. 9 meeting of
kng People's League of Beth
(Synagogue at 8:15 p.m. in
puditorium. Membership is
) young adults from 18 to 30.
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Poqe 5 A
Southwest Center Elects Harris
Morris Harris has been elected
president of Southwest Jewish Cen-
ter.
Other officers named at a recent
election meeting are Jake Koch,
first vice president; Jack Grusby,
second vice president.
Mrs. Joseph Boise, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Max Olgin, corre-
sponding secretary; Meyer Fisher,
treasurer; and Murray Halpern,
financial secretary.
OBJECT MATRIMONY
Middle-aged woman desires to meet
Gentleman 50 to 60 yrs. of age.
Write Mrs. B. S., Box 2973, Miami
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Lear School students Dean Cash. Stewart Martin and Susan
SiNefDefg graphically cetebrate "Festival of Lights" during
Chanuka celebration at the Miami Beach school.
S. Florida UAHC In
First fall meeting of the South l
Florida Council of the Union of |
American Hebrew Congregations
will be in the form of a dinner Sun-
day evening, Dec. 9, at the Ameri-
cana hotel.
Principal speaker will be Myer 0.1
Sigal, of Macon, Ga.. a member of
the national board of the Union of |
American Hebrew Congregations
and president of its Southeast
Council.
Master of ceremonies will be
Harold Spaet, Councilman of the
City of Miami Beach.
South Florida Council includes;
Temple Israel, Miami; South Dade |
Jewish ("enter So. Miami; Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach: Temple
Beth El, Hollywood; Temple Sinai,
N. Miami; Temple Emanu-El, Ft.
Uuderdale; Temple Judea, Coral
Gables; Temple Israel, W. Palm
Beach.
Each of these congregations will
be represented by a slate of dele-
gates who will choose the first set
'cries
Meet Sunday
of officers to serve the Council.
According to Rabbi Herbert M. I
Baumgard, director of the Council,;
the business of the meeting will in-
clude a discussion of the plans for
broadening the present educational
program for teachers of Reform
and Liberal congregations.
liebman to be Speaker
"Israel Faces the Future" will be
the subject of a talk by Seymour
Liebman at a membership break-
fast of Flamingo Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, Sunday morning in Curry's'
restaurant, 25th st, and 8th ave.,|
Hialeah. Program chairman is Dav-
id Sachs.
Advertise Your Acreage
and Real Estate in
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
-4- Gala Thursday Evenings
8:30 P.M.
Book Festival Dec. U, 1956
LEO SCHWARZ
Internationally Famous Author, Anthologist, Orator
Subject: "Tales of Adventure Faith Love"
Celebrating Jewish Book Month
Temple Emanu-El 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Music Concert ian. 17, 1957
MIRA GILBERT
And Her Guitar
"Folk Songs Around The World"
Celebrating Jewish Music Month
Temple Beth Sholom 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach
forum Discussion April II, 1957
DR. TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN
Editor "Jewish Spectator" Provocative Writer and Speaker
Subject: "Jewish Suburbia" Candid Close-Up
Temple Judea 320 Palermo Ave., Coral Gables
Evening of Fun May 23,1957
IRVING DAVIDSON
National Famous Humorist and Reconteur
"Contemporary Jewish Wit and-Humor"
Temple Israel 137 N. E. 19th Street. Miami
SFONS0KS0 BY THE MEN'S C1UBS Of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. TEMPLE JUDEA,
TEMPLE ISRAEL. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM;
/ and by the
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION OF GREATER MIAMI
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For sale at the Temples and Bureau of Jewish Education
135 N. W. Third Avenue. Miami. Phone FR 9-0489
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_friday,
Trail Pavilion Dedication Marks Great Adva
local Personalities
Take Lead in Work
For Senior Citizens
r; f, f, t
4l ^ (
The meaning and significance of the Trau Pavilion, which has
attracted widespread national and local attention, will be discussed by
Stanley M. Beckerman, of Hollywood, from the point of view of the
lay leadership of the Home, and by Mrs. Sidonie Cluck, 83. president
ol the residents' self-governing organization, when the Jewish Home
for the Aged dedicates its new
Gus Trau Pavilion Sunday.
Leaders of the Home who
served with Sam Resnick, chair-
man of the building commit-
tee, were Jack Carner and David
B. Fleeman. co-chairmen. Sidney
Attain, Irving Cypen. Sam Key-
well, Abe Kurman. Barney B.
Lee. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
David Phillips. Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, Harold B. Spaet, David Trau,
Jules Ritter, of Hollywood, Mau-
rice Pearlstein, executive direct-
or, and Arthur Kalish, social
worker.
Architect was Irvin Korach. of
Smith and Korach, Miami Beach,
and the pavilion was built by
Robert L. Turchin. Inc..
In addition to Kurman and Cy-
pen. other officers are Mrs Isi-
dore Cohen, founder: Harold B.
Spaet. honorary president: Col.
Jacob M. Avery, Board de Hirsch
Meyer and David Phillips, vice
presidents: Jack Carner, treasur-
er; Sam Resnick, financial secre-
tary: Mrs. Sol Silverman, corres-
ponding secretary; and Mrs.
Moses Krieger, recording secre-
tary.
Backbone of the Home's mem-
bership constituency and its most
loyal supporters and financial
e ntributors are the more then
2.500 members of the Home's
three women's auxiliaries. Presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Wom-
en's Auxiliary', and also a leader
in the women's division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, is Mrs. Sol (Mollie) Silver-
man. Mrs Stanley M. Beckerman
is president of the Hollywood
Auxiliary, and Mrs. Shari Silver-
man holds the same office in the
Junior Auxiliary, both of which
are less than a year old.
One of the outstanding features
of the Home's rehabilitative pro-
gram, which has placed it in the
lront rank of institutions through-
out the country, is the pioneering
volunteer service program of the
Greater Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
The 39 volunteers, under the
over-all leadership of Mrs. Grace
Tater. with Mrs. Jesse Spirer lead-
ing for Miami and Mrs Walter
Padwe for Miami Beach, work
with residents in such activities
as arts and crafts, sewing, news-
paper publishing, music, friendly
visiting with residents jn the Ab-
lin Memorial Infirmary, letter
Continued on Pag* 9A
Typical double-room of newly-completed Gus
Trau Pavilion at Jewish Home for the Aged.
Mrs. Sarah Billis. 85 (left) and Miss Essie Roe-
berg. 66, recline on easy chairs, provided in
all rooms. Residents have room air-conditioner-
heaters, built-in furniture and prirah I
Audio-visual system permits residents!
nurses station in Home's infirmary
light or by speaking to nurse in charoJ
President of Home Acknowledges Area's Endeavc
Abe Kurman (left), president of Jewish Home for the Aged, and
Sam Resnick, chairman of Gus Trau Pavilion building com-
mittee, discuss new pavilion on Home's grounds.
The Man Behind a Human Achievement
Born on January 3. 1875, in what was then
Austria-Hungary. Gus Trau came to the United
States in 1893. settling in Philadelphia. In 1895,
he moved to Pittsburgh, where he remained until
Program Slated for Douglas Gardens
By ABE KURMAN, President
Jewish Home for the Aged
Through the pages of The Jew-
ish Floridian. I wish to convey to
our beloved friend and co-work-
er, Gus Trau, public appreciation
from the officers, board, auxil-
iaries, staff and residents for
making possible the beautiful
Gus Trau Pavilion.
We also wish to acknowledge
our debt to the fine leadership of
Sam Resnick, chairman of the
Home's building committee, and
his co-workers on that committee
for the outstanding job they have
done. We cannot forget to men-
tion also the talents of our archi-
tect, Irvin Korach, the builder,
Robert L. Turchin. and the beau-
tiful landscape design of Mrs.
Sam Resnick.
As is so customary in the
Home's affairs, growth and de-
velopment, Mr. and Mrs. Baron
de Hirsch Meyer also played a
most helpful role in the Gus Trau
Pavilion. They are long-time bene-
Continued from Page 1 A
chairman of the board of the
Hcme. will preside, and Abe Kur-
man, president, will welcome
some 1,000 persons from Dade
and Broward counties, including
community leaders from Greater
Miami and Hollywood, who are
expected to attend.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. will give the invo-
cation and deliver the dedication
prayer.
Sam Resnick, chairman of the
Trau Pavilion building committee,
will be awarded an illuminated
scroll for his "outstanding lead-
ership," and his wife. Sadye, will
receive a bronze plaque for de-"
signing and -executing the land-
scaping.
he left for Florida in 1926.
Trau married in 1904. He has two sons. Svlvan,
and David. In 1950. his wife. Rose, passed on.
David has been practicing law in Miami Beach since
his return from the Army in 1946,
where he served as a major in
the infantry.
Althougn semi-retired. Trau is
a highly successful businessman,
operating cap. neckwear and oth-
er factories and wholesale firms
with which he is still connected.
His first love, however, is music
and the great literature of the
world, especially Schiller. Goethe.
Heine and others. He is a singer
of considerable talent, having
studied voice for many years, and
sang as tenor soloist in the Shady
Continued on Page 9A
MB TtAU
. aaateeric rise
Some Interesting Facts About the Jewish Home
The Jewish Home for the Aged
was founded in 1941 by Mrs. Isi-
dore Cohen, when the state is-
sued a non-profit charter. It open-
ed its doors at 335 SW 12th ave.
in 1945. with 20 beds.
The Home moved to its present
location at Douglas Gardens in
January. 1951. In November, 1954.
the Jack Ablin Memorial Infirm-
ary was completed. It was the
first facility in the South special-
ly designed and equipped for the
sick and incapacitated aged.
The Home's capacity is 83 beds
of which 46 beds are in the cot-
tage section for ambulatory, men-
tally alert residents and 37 in the
Ablin Memorial, In the cottage
section, of which the Gus Trau
Pavilion is a part, there are 24
private rooms and 11 double
rooms. The Ablin Memorial has
five beds, over and above the 37
for permanent residents, which
are used for isolation purposes.
No home for the aged in the
South. Jewish or non-Jewish, has
the following gamut of profes
sional services: psychiatric, full-
time casework; physical therapv
registered nurses around the
clock: group work; and a corps of
3 trained volunteers. Jewish
Home for ,he Aged in Miami
boasts all these services.
The Home is the only aged in-
stitut.on ,n the State wh.ch has
been certified by the State and
County Boards of Public Instruc-
tion to train student nurses in
geriatric nursing.
The Home gives admission pri-
ority to those Jewish senior citi-
zens needing sheltered care who
have little or nothing in the way
of financial resources.
The Home has had an agree-
ment with the Hollywood Jewish
Welfare Federation for the past
two yean whereby Jewish senior
citizens of Broward county are
eligible for admission under the
same requirements as those per-
taining to Dade county residents.
The Hollywood Women's Auxili-
ary of the Home is now 200 strong,
and was founded less than a year
ago.
factors of the Home,
given us invaluable cw_
ance and support We j*
not only in the nameoftatl
but also for the Jewish i
eral communities of
ami.
We wish publicly
thanks to the Jewish i
of Greater Miami aid L
which have given sack L
support to the Home, ant I
ent body, the Greater I
ish Federation and its i
ficiary agencies Grass]
Jewish Community Ce_
Sinai hospital, National
of Jewish Women and
Family Service for
their aid and professional I
cooperation, the Home i
have achieved the succea]
has.
We cordially invite
munity to attend dedks
monies of the Gus Trail
Sunday, 2 p.m., at Doojta]
dens. 151 NE 52nd St., ,r
Planning Hi
Labor of Lot
By SAM RESNICK, ft
Gus Trau Pewilie*
Building Commit**
The planning, constn
equipping of the Gus L
ilion was truly a labor of I
the devoted men and sol
our building committw-
men and women, esoeciiln
Came- and David Fleet*
co-chairmen, and my wifej
worked unceasingly m ^
the residents, the Horn*
Jewish community.
The "know-how" of thee
tee members had increw
mendously.fnrwehadaui
together on the Ablin W
There was one new .
the planning and doiwtfj
Gus Trau Pavilion whid"
present in the past.
the entire communit)
know about this. Our P
Irvin Korach, had thre* i
smns of two hours ear -.
residents' executive CO-J
ach was mi inspired wtmm
bv ,h(. sound suggestions
members of the eounJj
mediately revised the
cordance with their sup
Members of the council'
Minnie Berliner. 74: W*l
Billis, 85: Mrs. SidooG-
Mr. Jacob Goldman.
Adolph Gerdwagon. 55
Goldberg, 83; Mrs. **
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1956


Jlte KJfficcrs and JJircctors
ef tl,e
Jewish Home for the Aged
of Greater Miami
Crordiallg \5fnvites the f^ublic
to attend the
2)J,-
C
ication Kseremonies
,ft/,
of the
GUS TRAU PAVILION
On Sunday, December 9, 1956
At Douglas Gardens
151 N.E. 52nd St., Miami
The Horn* is a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and its Combined Jewish Appeal
A huge tent, seating 1,000, will protect you from rain or sun
ABE KURMAN
HON. HAROLD B. SPAET
IRVING CYPEN
OFFICERS
GUS TRAU PAVILION BUILDING COMMITTEE '
COL. JACOB M. ARVEY ........
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
DAVID PHILLIPS__________
JACK CARNER____________
SAM RESNICK
______President
Hon. Pres.
Board Chairman
.... Vice President
_.. Vice President
Vice President
______ Treasurer
____ Finan. Secy.
__ Corres. Secy.
Recording Secy.
MRS. SOL SILVIRMAN____________
MRS. MOSES KRIEGER_____________
MRS. SOL SILVERMAN ........... Gr. Mia. Aux. Pres.
MRS. STANLEY M. BECKERMAN Hollywood Aux. Pres.
MRS. SHARI SILVERMAN____________Junior Aux. Pres.
MAURICE PEARLSTEIN____________Executive Director
Chairman
Co-chairmen
Sidney Ansin
Irving Cypen
Sam Keywell
Abe Kurman
Barney B. Lee
___...... SAM RESNICK
... JACK CARNER and
DAVID B. FLEEMAN
David Phillips
Mrs. Sol Silverman
Harold B. Spaet
David Trau
Julius Ritter
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer Maurice Pearlstein
Arthur Kalish
Landscaping by---------------- ------Mrs. Sadye R. Resnick
Architect______________Irvin Korach of Smith & Korach
Builder_______________________Robert L. Turchin, Inc.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mrs. Fey* Ablin
Leo Allen
Sidney D. Antin
Mr*. Benj. Appel
Col. J. M. Arvey
Matthew S. Sandier
Or. Melvin Backer
Stanley M Beckerman, Hollywood
Mr*. Stanley M. Beckerman, Hollywood
* I. Bernbaum
Vr- Franeos Briefer, Hollywood
Denial Broad
J*ck Carner
Mrs. Isidore Cohen, Founder
Jack B. Cooper
Edward L. Cowan
Irving Cypen
Mri. Frances Entine
Martin Fine
David B. Fleeman
Or. Samuel Gertmsn
Paul R. Gordon
Dr. George Graham
Mr* Benl. Hammerman
Mr!! Gertrude Hammerechlag
Leon B. Jacob*
Mri. Herman Jacobi
Mr*. Charlotte KaU
Samuel Keywell
M. J. Kopelowitt
irvin Korach
Mr*. Bella Koiloff
Harold Kravitr
Mrs. Sadie Kriepel
Mri. Moee* Krieger
Abe Kurman
Mr*. Fanny Land, larael
Barney B. Lee
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Mr*. Lewi* Makoveky
Baron de Hireoh Meyer
Mri. Baron de Hirch Meyer
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
Benjamin Meyers
A. J. Paul
David Phillips
Mrs. David Phillips
Sam Reinhard
Sam Resnick
Jules Ritter, Hollywood
Mr*. Sam Rot
Fred Shochet
Mrs. Sol Silverman
Emanuel Smith
Dr. Celia Wohl Schultz
Mrs. Lillian Smith
Hon. Harold B. Spaet
Mr*. Helen Sparber
Dr. Jess Spirer
Leo Steinman
Mrs. Shari Silverman
David N. Trau
Gu* Trau
Mrs. Leah Udell
Julian Weinkle
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^/Vo^C5 from the JKavDi s pulpit
Story of Joseph and Brothers Teaches Value of Negotiation
The following is another ht a series of articles prepared b\ Ifj
leaders here for The Jewish Flondian "Rabbinical Comer" in COOptT-
atwn with the Greater Miami Rabbi :, ll *, an R rbbt At
Heru-rn. 0/ Tifereth Israel Tiorthlidt Center, It Coordinator,of this
Afffl. program.
by Rabbi Ynakov G. Rosenberg
Beth David Congregation
The story of Joseph and his
Prothcrs is one which has been
the Bouree 6t inspiration for play-
writes, ,< ports niv
throughout the ages.
Rabbinic sages of all eras have
written numerous commentaries
upon each and every aspect of
this fascinating tale of Biblical
family life.
From one aspect of this great
drama I feel we can learn a very
important lesson, applicable by
each of us in our everyday living.
Every human being is constant-
ly. How could
the; convoy thi> urgency of their
'ins :.' Joseph, the "Vicaroj"
of Egypt, whose power virtually
equalled that of the PharaohV
'^ They might have In parsed Jo-
'"*** scph. Perhaps, nVr-y emiM hive
Rone over his head to the Pharaoh
himself. Certainly the men and of-
ficer! doaatt to Joseph miRht
have been bribed to act in their
behalf. How could they maintain
a good relationship with Joseph
and arrive at an understanding
with him?
They recalled once having a
problem with another person
not a Viceroy of Egypt, merely
KABBI YAAKOV R0SENIEI6
. direct discussiea
1 1 j ,w .. L, r "l a viceroy 01 r.gypt. mere v
tV^erW?hV.h; nThuS.n'rS: UK *!S*L! ft them tha, Mood.by *.m ad
to master the art of human rela-
tions. How does one get along
with other people? Husbands and
wives, parents and children,
teachers and pupils, lawyers and
clients, doctors and patients,
salesmen and customers, rabbis
and congregants all of these
are concerned with mastering the
art of getting along with others.
Of course, thi-- is also one of the
major problems confronting the
various nations of the world, as
well a- the different races of the
world, with special emphasis in
our country on Negro White rela-
tionships and that of interfaith
contacts
A clue to the possible solution
of this perplexing problem is to
he found in this week's Torah
portion.
Judah and his brothers had a
serious problem They could not
permit Benjamin to remain as a
I stage Thej had made a prom-
ise to Father Jacob, guaranteeing
^Jabbatlt *^ervices
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle st. Orthodox.
handle that situation? "And they
hated him.*' "Vlo yoehlu da-
bro 1'shalom" "and they could
not speak peaceably unto him."
Instead of approaching directly,
instead of speaking peaceably
with him. they took the law into
their own hands and through the
use of force thought they had
solved their situation.
Throughout all of those years,
the injustice done to their broth-
er Joseph certainly must have
preyed upon their consciences.
Confronted once again with a
beak problem in human relations,
they decided to act more mature-
ly Force would not be the an-
swer: deception would solve noth-
ing. The solution "Vayigash
And Judah came near unto him
and said: "Oh. my lord, let thy
servant. 1 pray thee, speak a word
in my lord's ears and let not thine
anaer burn against thy servant'."
The result "Joseph could
not restrain himself before all
Joseph said to his brethren. 'I
am Joseph and now, be not
grieved nor angry with your-
selves'."
Yes. friends, the solution to
most problems can be found in
"Vayigash." in the parties con-
cerned approaching each other.
tie."-" B"r"'r "", IU Toulh Aotlvl-

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4T44
Chase eve. Liberal. Rebel Lew,
Kronisn. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
K1i.i1.vsio |,.m. Bemeei Ttrentv".
r-.r l|.,nat..!n Jew. Btecape ,'
America." K..tr,|y 10:4:, ",| '
S:.v.n. h or tWn Tbl
"ii,l Jeannetle Cuu "
e.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd tt. Conservetive. Cantor
Ben Giossbery.

TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701
Washington eve. Conservetive.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Canter Is-
reel Reich.
and S:So p.m. Ones*, preach-
> '-/"I .-..Imnoui. Moaeiiyn. .ulrii-
ual leader nf C"nr*K:.tle.ii TaaWi
Shol.mi. l' Hvrmon u ., [i,,,,

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornsteln.
FrHay Si:, ,, m. (Iuet pn
Hnj'l'l Morrla W. Graff, gra.1u.te r
Hebrew 1 nton OoOen and University
of Innrlnnnti: member of American
I hlloaophlcal Society. Sermon: "M,,|,|.
er of Judalam."
e e
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Shop.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Be Pre.
I>ared." Presentation of Ner Tamld
Tenth Talk on Philosophers
"Hasdai Krescas" will be the
topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham
Wolfson Sunday evening at the
Spinoza Forum, 11th st. and Ocean
ct. This will mark the 10th lecture
form. "* ^
VVaxman.
Prldaj
R'bbi
10
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J"K o7iJ2?e.i
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TIFERETH
ISRAEL
' iii-.i .i|>i'i %..^ Um itouic
facing each other directly, speak- in a *" on "The Philosophers."
ing into each other's ears, and not' G*nfraI discussion follows.
H|
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Kltsvah
an.I Mis
Miami ava *
Abrebam HsrsT^
Glanti. t,M'
.
TORAH TEMPLE. ljti
.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTfit
Jamor. .v.. Cons,,,, *'
B. Leon Hurwib. Cafe |
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permitting anger to burn against I""
each other.
A common fault found in all SCIENCE
conflicts among people is their
unwillingness to confront each
other with their complaints. The
lack of desire to face each other
and to discuss their problems hon-
eetb and maturely has resulted in
broken homes, in the dissolution
of friendship, and in deep-rooted
hatred among people and races.
By drawing near unto each other
and speaking with each other, we
shall be able to solve our prob-
lems as nations as race. ej
faiths and as individuals.
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
t Id ij "-. 1 .-'..I irday I IS. 1 na
Bermon: "Wei ih. Hpti 11 ..f
Al i,|.in."
{-jrectter
Rabbi Alexander
in
JHi
lavni
Grots.
Mdaj i", p .0 Haturday 9 a.m
I) Portli ni
ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way BlH,ALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. Ml
I Plamingo way. Conservative.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ae.Uutee &m "wR t" SSi
Into. In ili.> riii.ii,
s. hool Sj atem "
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
th St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gerti officiates.
e
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servetive. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg. Cantor William W. Lipson.
Ida) :". ;. ... 1 lues) unaakei
1 Han 1 1.. \ in.-, national prenl-
of Jewish National Pund Batur-
.1 m

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
thedox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Louis Gartenhaus.
Wd 1. m Ratnrdaj I HI
",! Or. ..I fJed in a Small
B (ocue

BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
ave. Conservative.
,,,M!'la> ;",' l;1" Brmon: "Maklnc
BETH IC.PACI aiwi Impoaalble Poaalble Ben re ded-
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Ujaied to member. ... .-,-,., i,. s.,,-
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Lewis Rott- ""l:,y n'
man.
J ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing- !? ,#r' ConMrv,iv- "bbi Mor-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor 1" MaltykV- Center Semuel
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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a.m. .sermon "Weekly Portion."

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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.1
2030 Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-1
stive. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor ,/iRTH SHORE CENTER. 620
Yehudah Heilbreun. 75,h "' Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
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nd I is ,.
,'.: ->" SI r>neg Sh.ihl,,,
Mr, Max Stelnlr. .v.,
SOUTH DAM JEWISH CER
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BETH RAPHAEL. US NW 3rd' KNESETH ,SRAE- mmloZT **" "*"" B*Wm"
ave. Orthodox. R.bbl Ari. Becker. JTV g!!***** Lh- ] ,......, m.. -. -,- ,
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ky. < Reform. Rabbi Marios Ren- frT. W 8,h *' Conservative. R.b
e son. 1' Abraham Levitan.
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Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Peul
Beck.
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51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Lao
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December 7J956
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X
Trau Pavilion building committee ap-
res new buildinq upon ita recent comple-
Seated (left to right) are Jack Garner, co-
in; Gus Trau, donor of pavilion; Abe
i, president, of Home. Standing are
,.? Pearlstein, executive director,
bch, architect, Sam Keywell, David
Page 9 A
Jr. is^n
id "Trgu,
m*#tmimm&
Sidney Ansin, David Phillips and Sam Res-
nick, chairman of buildinq committee. Not
shown are Irvinq Cypen, chairman of board,
David B. Fleeman, committee co-chairman,
Bamey B. Lee, Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Mrs. Sol Silverman, Harold B. Spaet, Jules Rit-
ter, Hollywood.
kvilion Dedication Marks Advance
jCentinued from Pege 6A
ng and a host of other activi-
je entire program is under
|professional direction of the
ater Miami Jewish Communi-
ty Center, which has closely co-
operated with the Home in the
development of leisure-time and
rehabilitative activities during the
past five years.
The Home is a beneficiary asen-
cy of the Greater Miami Jewish
Members of Women's Group
Greet Addition to Home of Aged
)l MRS. SOL SILVERMAN,
President
Greater Miami Women's
(Auxiliary, Jewish Horn* for
The Aged
ne 2.500 members of the
^ater Miami Women's Auxiliary
Gu< Trail, for the unique
I beautiful Gus Trau Pavilion.
Iky, Dec. 9, will be a great
'not only in the short history
r Home, hut for every
-*
Is Trau-His Rise
i Jewish Leader
Continued from Pago 6A
|enue Pn >burgh.
Be made hi- first visit to Flor-
in 1915. at which time he
IM in Daytona, Thereafter, he
prned to Florida every year
F'l 1926, when he settled in
<>rth H,. remained there
u 1938. when he moved to Mi-
P> Beach, where he built his
"< at 4574 Nautilus dr., and
i been a permanent resident of
Fe county since.
passuminK Trau insists: "I
r donc nothing for the Home;
las done everything for me. I
f becon' happy and well be-
Fjf'Sthe greatest mitzvah to
F while one is alive. Why not
'_somethini; Rood and beautiful
your fellow men while you
i*H the benefit of your la-
WrVG fOR PAVIUON
A M60R OF LOVE
Continued from Page 6A
Mrs. Ana Jordan, 83; Mr.
TO Kramer. 64; Mrs. Pearl
['"" -6; Mr Harry Krampner,
"f^Besiie Mott, 78; Miss Ev
m,7i *66; Mr HarryRu-
|Avwage age is 78.4 years. The
11 of tin. story is; Never sell
.^nior c'"zens short.
- arc f'rmly convinced that
^Us Tra" Pavilion we have
* for the entire country.
senior citizen throughout the
country.
The Jewish Home for the A I
of Greater Miami marches for-
ward along with the rest of the
country in its concern for meet-
ing the needs of our fathers and
mothers. We shall never c
striving to be in the vanguard i-
we have with the Gus Tr.m 1'. \
ilion, and before it in the All in
Memorial. We take gTeal satl
tion, too, that our nrofram of
services compare with the best
in the country.
It is our fonde-t hope thai soon
we may celebrate the destruction
of the old cottages and replace
them with two more pavilions
so that all of our ambulatory res-
idents may live in the decency,
comfort and privacy which bene-
fit any member of the human
race.
Federation, receiving one-fifth of
it. total budget from Federation.
Leadership of the Home and its
auxiliaries play leading roll
both the central planning and
fund raising functions of Feder-
ation. In addition to the Jewish
(enter and National Council of
Jewish Women, other Federation
agencies which cooperate closely
with the Home are Jewish Family
Servic and Mt. Sinai hospital.
One of the must significant de-
velopment! in the last few years
hi. been the growing relation-
ship between the Home and the
University of Miami, especially
it- school "f medicine and psychi-
atric institute. Responsible for
this relationship La Dr. Samuel
(liltman. medical director of the
I! line and director ol the
trie clinic at the UM medical
school.
Recently, the faculty of the
school of I of the univer-
i. ler the direction of Mrs.
Pora Blackman, has i> tensive study ol the Home's nurs-
partmenl at the request ol
Dr. Jess Spircr. chairman of the
JIIA program planning commit-
tee and director of the univer-
sity's guidance clinic.
Drs. Gertman and Spirer have
been appointed members of the
newly formed C-erontological
Council of the university by Pres-
ident Jay Pearson.
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SAM MELLER
+ ki*trkr*mr
%. d*.
He Used to Smash Kidneys With His Boot Now on Pension .:
Nuremberg
IkJARTIN Sommer, the SS killer
*wa whom every inmate of Buch-
enwald coneentration camp dread-
ed as the most vicious blackguard
of them all, is reported to have
received a pension of S2.500, or to
be on the point of receiving it.
This is in addition to the free
lodging, free meals and free med-
ical care in one of Germany's best
veterans hospitals at nearby Bay-
reuth, and a substantial pension
as a wounded veteran, which he
has been drawing regularly for
several years.
Sommer, the notorious "Beast
of Buchenwald," has never faced
a court. He married pretty Bar-
bara Ulrich some months ago ami
obtained honeymoon leave from
the hospital for the purpose, but
German Government physicians
have nonetheless pronounced him
"wholly unfit to stand trial." Be-
cause of a similar medical ruling,
Bayreuth District Attorney Dr.
Maier early last year quashed an
indictment against Sommer that
charges him with 67 murders he
committed within and 11 he per-
petrated outside the camp, as
well as with several hundred as-
saults, most of them resulting in
death.
From a reliable Bayreuth medi-
cal source it has now been learned
that the injuries, which conven-
iently shield Sommer from an-
swering f' his revolting crimes,
are in effect self-perpetuated.
Sommer could at any time be
made sufficiently fit to leave the
hospital, but for years he has re-
fused to consent to the necessary
surgery, feeling that it might red-
der untenable his excuse for not
standing trial. The German judi-
cial authorities claim that, under
present democratic safeguards for
the rights of the individual. Som-
mer cannot be compelled to un-
dergo surgery.
An agricultural laborer by
trade. Sommer became a First
Sergeant in the SS early in the
Nazi regime and was for many
years in charge of the Buchen-
wald guardhouse. There. Jews by
the hundreds were his victims
The files of the District Attorney
hold sworn affidavits from scores
of witnesses willing to testify
about his crimes, yet these are
only a small fraction of the kill-
ings he is known to be guilty of.
Possessed of considerable brute
strength, he made a specialty of
smashing the kidneys of his liv-
ing victim; with his boots, but at
MELTON FMEEBMAN
Ui. Ought to Know About Border Raids
Washington
THE U.S. State Department con-
ceived reprisal raids as a
proper means of protecting Amer-
ican frontiers against marauders,
according to offical U.S. archives.
State Department critics of Is-
rael's militant defense policies
may now be embarrassed. It was
the State Department itself which
advocated such policies before the
birth of Israel.
On June 20. 1916. Secretary of
State Robert Lansing addressed
a note to the Mexican Foreign
Secretary. It said "The US. Gov-
ernment can not and will not al-
low bands of lawless men to es-
tablish themselves upon its bor-
ders with liberty to invade and
plunder American territory with
impunity and. when pursued, to
seek safety across the Rio Grande,
relying upon the pleas of their
Goverment that the integrity of
the soil of the Mexican Republic
must not be violated."
"Obviously," said Lansing, "if
there is no means of reaching
bands roving on Mexican terri-
tory and making sudden dashes
at night into American territory"
it is impossible to prevent raids
"unless the frontier is protected
by a cordon of troops. No govern-
ment could be expected to main-
tain a force of this strength long
the boundary of a nation fur
the purpose of resisting the on-
slaughts of a few bands of law-
less men. especially when the
neighboring state makes no ef-
fort to prevent these attacks.
"The most effective method of
preventing raids of this nature,
as past experience has fully dem-
onstrated, is to visit punishment
or destruction on the raiders. It
is precisely this plan." said the
Secretary of State, "which the
DAVID BIN eumoN
, rtcalls itattment
U.S. desires to follow along the
border without any intention of
infringing upon the sovereign
rights of her neighbor ... If
the Mexican Government is un-
willing or unable to give this
protection by preventing its ter-
ritory from being the rendezvous
and refuge of murderers and
plunderers, that does not relieve
this government from its duty .
to safeguard American citizens
The State Department told
Mexico that she failed to punish
the chief perpetrators of syste-
matic raids or to even recognize
the desirability of ending such
raids. Therefore. American forces
entered Mexico to attack the bases
from which the raids were launch-
ed. "In this manner and for
these reasons have the American
forces entered Mexican terri-
tory." said Lansing. The case
stated by the State Department
is amazingly identical to Israel
Government statements on re-
cent actions against Jordan.
If Israel models its policies af-
ter the United States, one might
assume that a review was made
of America's method of dealing
with border infiltrations. Secre-
tary of State Lansing said "the
first duty of any Government" is
"the protection of life and prop-
erty. This is the paramount obli-
gation for which governments are
instituted, and governments ne-
glecting or failing to perform it
are not worthy of the name."
His statement sounds similar
to recent remarks by Israel Pre-
mier Ben Gurion. "It would be
tedious to recount instance after
instance, outrage after outrage,
atrocity after atrocity, to illus-
trate the true nature and extent
of the widespread conditions of
lawlessness and violence which
have prevailed. During the past
nine months in particular, the
frontier of the U.S. along the
lower Rio Grande has been thrown
into a state of constant appre-
hension and turmoil because of
frequent and sudden incursions
into American territory and de-
pradations and murders on Amer
ican soil by Mexican bandits, who
have taken the lives and destroyed
the property of American citizens,
sometimes carrying American cit-
izens across the international
boundary with the booty seized.
American garrisons have been at-
tacked at night; American soldiers
killed and their equipment and
horses stolen; American ranches
have been raided, property stolen
and destroyed, and American
trains wrecked and plundered."
Sounds familiar?
times also resorted to the whip or
the lethal injection needle.
Memoirs by former Buchenwald
inmates, such as Eugen Kogon's
"The SS State," recount how his
sadism stood out even in the hell
of the camp. He is described as
"So terrible that by comparison
Use Koch, the hitch of Buchen-
wald,' almost resembled an an-
gel.*'
It throws a revealing light on
the extent and depravity of his
mania for murder and torture
th it, in the end. his blood-thirsti-
ness and corruption became too
much even for the SS. Because of
numerous killings performed
without the approval of his su-
periors "SS Judge" Dr. Mor-
gen in August. 1943. ordered him
held for trial. No such trial was
ever instituted, however, and in
the last months of the war Som-
mer was released from custody
for use as an SS tank driver. His
vehicle was hit by an artillery
shell that blew off his left leg
and shredded his body with bits
of steel. GI's took him to a hos-
pital, where Jewish army doctors
saved his life.
When Gen. Eisenhower visited
Buchenwald shortly after his lib-
eration in April of 1945, the name
of Martin Sommer was on the lips
of the 5,000 inmates as that of
the most hated one among the
SS guards. If he could have been
located at the time, he would al-
most certainly have been sen-
tenced to death by a U.S. war-
crimes court. Yet he was in Amer-
ican hands, and under his own
name while a haphazard search
for him went on. His identity as
the "Beast of Buchenwald" was
learned only in 1950 when his
first wife filed suit for divorce.
"No one bothered to ask me be-
fore," he told interrogators.
The great Swabian Protestant
clergyman and poet Albrecht
Goes, who edited the German ver-
sion of "The Diary of Anne
Frank." wrote in a letter of pro-
test to the Bayreuth District At-
torney that, eleven years after
the end of Nazism, he has full
understanding for "the venture of
reconciliation," but cannot under-
stand "the wild beast Sommer (by
which term I do not wish to insult
the tigers in the jungle) drawing
a regular pension, and getting a
back-pension payment to boot."
ON THE
B
0
HILARY MENEtTMiv^
A PIECE OP BLUE HIAVEN. By Abraham u
.r.ehm. N. B., Can*.: Th, NwEtl^!1
$4.50.
A B*AHAM MARGOLIAN'S novel is built arounH
** to that in "The Diary of Anne Frank th ""
the Nazis on the top floor of an Ami! 2l Je*"
orthodox Jew and his family, a German JeSXT
a good-looking young man obsessed wi"h K "*
happens to the thousands of Dutch Jews wV, ''*,01
transports, and his highly unstable dancer wfe !
not so cramped, nor their confinement s0 abl,?mH
and her fan, ly; thus the compression hun\* "*]
where the only space possible among them isTl ,0 H
was so sensitively developed in "The Diary d Js J^ ^
Of course, there is conflict among Mr mS,,".?1
the orthodox Jew fights bitterly with the (athnli '^
thej*nce:- eKnters into ,n in,e"se "liJnsSp1, Tr-1
author who had intended this "inner" MiontoZSM
cosm, the tumultuous events going on outsidethe^
study his Shakespearean "model." For it he X ^
world who mainly the Nazis, by their sheer '$SL*3
activity, achieve a measure of reality far in excess*.I !i3
of Jews. The reader cannot identify\i,h7e Te^U|ft
^i.!ptep.eOU8e, WhWe ^ SUddCn,y begin toiM1
u u'A leC* i B,ue Heven" makes some --------
itself as '. new literary form." the "poetic novel" X JJ?
prom.se is that only in poetry can great heights ofZ2f
conveyed, interrupts his narrative constantly in LJil
characters to break into what are supposed to be flighuV,
lyricism. The injury thus done to the hook is due *!
fact that most of the "poetry" is merely prose set in blmk 3
as to the essential fallacy of Mr. Margolian's theory
/cu Mr Margolian feels that "today's writers ignore this
(Shakespearean) tradition and give us works written in i*
. they prefer to perform their symphonies on the banjo "Kb
important to Mr. Margolian's future as a writer to spend soatl
wondering why Shakespeare, when he wrote drama, wrote dm
when he wrote sonnets, wrote sonnets. In the course of this, the a
who tries to combine prose, poetry and drama, will perhaps L
that each literary genre has its own unity, and carries witamj
evocative attitude peculiar to itself. The connotative echoes of i
are disturbed only at the utmost peril of the whole structure.
Much more interesting is the way in which the author is
the color "blue" throughout the book to keynote his more in
symbols. This has been done before, with more MM
"nothing" tolls through "King Lear" like the sound of door* I
borrowing from others, sprinkles water on his "Wasteland;"!
Daedalus waves his ash-plant. The effectiveness of this
even on a naive level, is undeniable. And holding out the i
future work are phrases like "a face smashed by the iron .-
sorrow." "As fire/Converts to fire the thing it burns, the flesh/]
blood of Jews will change to spirit," and the growing power I
last few chapters.
BETEE SEEROTY
A Mystical Painter's View of Life is Somewhat Mysti
JHE PROVOCATIVE works of Israel painter
Yehoshua Kovarsky have been described as
both mystic and mystifying.
Currently exhibiting 50 paintings at the New
York Jewish Museum. Kovarsky has won the praise
of several art critics including James Johnson
Sweeney, director of the Guggenheim Museum,
c ompar.ng Kovarsky'* "spiritual approach" to art
with that of the great religious painter George
Rouault. Sweeney said that Kovarskys striving is
for something more" which is "always the sign
of the poet, the true artist, as well as the mvstic "
Others, perplexed and skeptical, think Kovar-
sky s something more" is "something gone too
ur unable to become coherent about what they
see. they wonder where the truth lies behind what
seems to them mysteries-in-paint.
. *"* of Kovarskys paintings elude exact in.
terpretation. If meaning is to be found it is in an
rcnrl ln, ? "" ,em0ti0"' r8,her ,han in a ****
representation of a person or place.
EiORES SMOLAEL
The visual world as most of us know it l
sent from most of Kovarsky-s paintings Wj
replaced by a new form of world filled with sometimes grotesque, shapes, now inflight.!
float, now rising, now falling, nor neir. a*
now half recognizable, now not at all. WaoSf
around in mid-air. the forms arc lit up n M
range of bold, luminous colon KovirwJ
to call this "reality, hut most of us -
this as "abstraction."
Kovarsky. the man. is a philosophyiI
Asked a question, he'll rush to MMHH
a theory he has evolved about life. I """I
be unusual for Plato to pop up in expiiw J
painting. Or Kovarsky may call upon me
wisdom" of the Cabslista, the ancient
mystics.
Like the Cabalists. Kovarsky is "> ,
poetic speculation about the \x%mW
world.
Historian Views American Jewry Fifty Years from T<
H.^HaV|'iLJ; Amerin Jewry appear 50 years from
He will be a white^ollar work",
self-employed; frequently a practioner. In the suburban district:
ters will become clubs for the midd cn
smaller towns the country club wiu -
community agency.
A new fusion type of religiion." ^
theOrthodox, Conservative and Reform ^
tions. will be in the making. i m?
members of a religious w'e'y'r~!efllbil.ty. -
of the American concept of re>P -(
Jewish communities will ,n,rodu^!Bh,rshiP
all taxation to include even memoer*
synagogue.


Tysmber 7, 1956.
^JSSlitrtrHksrj
LICAL
NOTICE
FICTITIOUS
ffi.n..,l, desiring to en,
>'<
EN that
nguge In
in
"I'l'n srnri.r.s store at
Bl'&'xn. Miami. KIh' 'n-
*JL,.r sal ""' with the
r/t '-< '""" of Uade
" "tfftol n I SIK'iKI,
1 Nn: SIBUiSL
taffiRfi* BLOOMBERG
lOTI
_(
fENT
110*.
rE Bv PUBLICATION
rfpCUlT COURT OF Tl
wSuOICIAU CIRCUIT J
IN AND
HE
OF
FOR DAOE
VTin'cHANCERY. NO. 11*415
WIT POR D'VORCE
,:a CANTOR.
Plaintiff
igiUCK K'T.KKT CANDOR.
L7fr#deri "': *venu "8"
E?B.Wif2d .h.t. >mi
Upl.inl for Divorce has l.-a
K-t fu, and you are require*
K coin "f >"ur Answer of
C! w thc Mill of ComplaJkd on
ttalntlff's Attorney. ArtTlur S.
r ri Aronoviti & Aronovlts,
LtoM Building, Mla.nl 32. Klof-
Cnd rilo the original Answer or
C' in the offii e of the Clerk of
L.,,11 Courl on or before the 10th
I January. ^''''- vou ra" '" do
Inneiit b>' default '"' be taken
-i nil for the relief demanded In
BUI <>f Complaint.
j. notice ihall be published once
Ivrtk f"r foul conaecutive week*
V JEWISH I l.< KIII.AM.
N'E AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 3rd day of December.
H LEATHERMAN, Clark, -
rcuit C.-uiI. Hade County, Florida
joii Courl Si -I *
L WM W STl "KINO
hiutv Clerk.
KnVITZ & VRi IN'OVITZ
Ubold Bldft Miami 32, Ma.
ntiff
I____________________________
OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
| 9 HEREBY fllVEN that
I engage In
\ er the f ctltloua na na of
S.T0H BAR hi I70II W. Flagler
MM mi. Fl i Intenda to raclstar
lame with the Clark .if lh.- in -
i". urt df Pade County, Florida.
THOMAH C. KOENIQ,
Sol< i iwii.-i-
f\.rn ft (iarh
mt
SI
:.' ;
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY WVKN u,a.
.n.Wi signed. cU-sirlug to g Mn
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 A
NOTIC. ^O.R^CTITIOOe *
County, Florida.
4MB I.EN^V,NUMAN' Bl:MA
Attoi na) for AMMcnnt
174> Coral \
11/23-30 11/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY oiVEN u,,,
the nnderslaned. desiring to engage in
taluil Mo. M
Miami Intend* to regletei ,,i .,,,:
KlirtM.fclll A (JA-ltS M
Attorneys for Applicant
1S RW u, gt;
11/16-23-30 12/7
HARRY OABBR,
NOTICE UNDU.FICTITIOUS
i l!riutfrv, that
to enaasi In
LEGAL NOTICE
to All..
Most Happy
Manuka
ATLANTIC
MILLWORKS
A. B. CLARK
7636 N.E. 4th COURT
Phone PL 8-6763
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CALL
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nw one. For free
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if FR 9-5274
1 FR 3-6996
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTV FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 196117
THE ISRAKUTK CENTER OF
MIAMI. Florida, a Florida
corporation,
Plaintiff,
va.
EARI. M. ROODY. a slnirle man.
Individually and nn Executor r.f
the Estate of MARY C. BOODY,
Deceased; et al..
Defendants
TO:
(1) EARI, M. BOODY, a single man
.Individually and as Executor ..f
the Eatate of MARY C. HOODY,
I''.ased, Pe (2) ROBERT C. BERRY and El.v \
BERRY, his wife, Pedrlcktown,
New Jeraey
(S) HOWARD "E. BOODY and JEAN
moody. i,is .|f,., ivdricktown,
New Jeraev
(4) PLORENCB M. DENNY and
FRANK W. DENNY, her husband,
Del Arms Apta., No, tM, I'.nns
Orova, Naw Jaraay
(5) All iinkni.wn heirs. devlre,
arantees. aaalsneaa, llenora, erad>
Hois, trustees, oi other parties
claiming bv. throurh, under or
aaalnst RIIoda CRISPEN. De-
tad,
(6) And if any of th above namad lie-
nls l.e dead, the unknown
Salraj, davlaeea, grantei
llanora*, trustees, creditors
and other pnni.-s elaltnuia, bv,
through, uodar or acalnst the
nli.ive named defendant!
(7> The unknown spouses of any of
the above, niim.-il Dafendi
(8) And all parties, known or un-
known, havlna or claimmg to have
any right, title or Interest hi and
to the f.illoH log .I,-., il,|
ty. situate, lying an I being in Dad*
I'ountv, Florida', to-wit:
Lota 19 and 20 of Block i of THE
pinks, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In I'lal Booh "..
Pace 76. of the Public Records of
Dude County, Mori l.i
YOl! AND EACH OF YOU are here-
l>y notified that a Rill of COMPLAINT
to Quiet Title to the above desci bed
real property his been file.i aj
you, and you are required I Mrva |
COp.V of your Answer or Pl.-ading to
the Bin of Complain j on the n.uniifi s
attorney, OEOROE i lll".Ri:\. ;":
Olymida Bulldlnr. Miami M, n rids,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or la-fore the L'Mh
day of I>eremhpr, lft.lti. If you fail to
do so, Judgment by Default will be
taken against yon for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he uiibliahed onoe
each week for four (li consecutive
weeks In the JEWISH Fi.r>RII" \ \
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 2ist dav of November,
is:.6.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
t'lerk. Clrcull Court,
Dad,. County, Florida
tCIRCCIT mrUT REAL)
B) JOAN RNEEDEN
Ieputy Clerk
OE< IRT1H CHEREN
Attorney f..r I'laintiff
llympla HuiMing
Miami St, Florida
II '23-30 12/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FjCTI
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRREBY HI
l.e iiii.I.imhii.,1, desiring to
h under the flctltlou
RAVID GIFT SHOP al 1510
ton Ave.. Miami Reach, inte
later said name with the el
Circuit Court of Bade Counl
SAMIi:i. ft WTa
Sol.- owners
A I KAI'I.AN, Altv
Attorn,|j for Applicant!
85 I.Inc.In H.l ||, b.
11/30 11/7-14-21
TIOUS
vi:\ that
' agape in
. name of
SVashlng-
nd to reg-
lerk of the
>. H'lorhla
W'HtllBL
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
i.N_AND F0R DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39154-A
In Re. ESTATE OF
UtA.NCKS SOUHNQBR
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of l-'iam.s S.ddinger deceased
late of Pad.- County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judgea of Dade
County, and fii<' th.- same In thalr of-
fices In the County Courthouse in
p.idar County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the data of the
fll i publication hereof. Said claims or
demanda i" contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred, Bae Section 733.16 of
the 1943 Probate Act
i te Noi -7. A.D. 1956,
Hi WARD Si lEDINQER
ALICE RAFLO
.\.- Administrators of the
Esl ite "f
PRANCES BOl "ivi:i'".
Deceased,
.-'TAXI EY D. CAIDIN
va; Bis. a\ na Building
Miami. I'l.i
nej for Adiniiii-trators
II ::<' 12 7-14-21
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
kN3,'ViENAME ANO BV THE AUTH-
ORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
?.'' U-'' T" WII"M THESE PRBS-
fcNTH SHALL COME, riREBTINOR:
vi11 mi"''. 'i'.'ARLEH QERTLBR,
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; RHODE
- J.I.Kit. Miami BEACH, FLORIDA:
: --A IIAKKIIAIS. MIAMI BEACH
il":i|.A did on the 17th day of
I!-. A.D. ||i6, cause to i.e Incor-
porated under the provisions of Chap-
1*1 UK, Florida Statutes, kried,
INI a corporation, with its principal
Place of business al MIAMI. DADE
1 "I'.VPY. in the Mate of Honda, and
M ; s of SUCh
corporation did on the 26th dav .,r
November, A.D. IMA, cause to l,e filed
in th.- of/lee of the Secretarv of Slate
of the State of Florida, a iluh' alltlieti-
la.it.d resoliiiion adopted" by the
stockholders under ihe provisions or
Chapter 608, Florida Statutes,
BHawrlna. the disselntlon of such cor-
poialn.n.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
state does herein- certify to the fore-.
going and that he i ,| ||la( the
requirements of law has.- is-en mm.
pUvd with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the dreat Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the TWENTY-
SIXTH day of NOVEMBER, A.D.
i IBS
(SEAL)
R. A. ORAY
' Secretary of State.
1-/7/.16
LEGAL NOTICE
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jenist Ifcridfor? m
solicits your legal nuticss.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate gervice at legal
ralais
Phone FR 44366
lor messenger sendee
For Boys I* Acreage
Consult The Jewish floridian
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 195857
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VIROINIA LEWIS,
Plaintiff,
JOHN D. LEWIS,
I lefendant.
TO: JOHN D. LEWIS
s Part T> rraea
Arlington. Mas-
You JOHN D, LEWIS are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
I "ivoii-e has heen filed against you,
and you are required t" serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Pill <.f Complain) on tne plaintiff's
Attorney. ARONOVITZ ARONO-
VITZ, 7 S. hold I'.ldg., Miami. Fla,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Courl on or before the four-
teenth OHIO day of December. 1!>S6.
If you fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be tak.-n against you for the
relief demanded In the BIB of Com-
plalnt,
T- -hal! be published once
-.- i, for four consecutive weeka
In Tin: JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this ISth day of November,
A.D. :
E li l.E \ ill i:i(M vn". Clerk,
i i nit Court, i iade County, Florida
Cln It i'.....'' Seall ......
By: WM. W BTOCKINQ
lt\ clerk
IRON! IVITZ .v ^RONOVITZ
7 is Smb..1.1 Bids*.
Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
II 16-28-30 12 : ______.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 39346
IN RE:
ESTATE OF
LOUIS ROSENBLATT.
I Weaned.
ALL I'ElttfONf-.navlng claims or de-
mands acalnst the estate of LOUIS
ROSENBLATT, who died on October
1. 1S56, while a resident of the City of
Miami Beach, Florida, are hereby noti-
fied that an Order of Administration
Unnecessary has been entered bv the
Honorable I-RANK B. DOWLTNO
County Judge; that the total cash
value of said estate is Four Thousand
Two Hundred One Dollars and Thir-
teen Canta (t4,>01.1t); and that said
estate has been assigned by such
order to:
REBECCA ROSENBLATT
S656 1 inetroe I Ttve
Miami Beach. Florida
- ROSE RE8NICK
ROSE RBSNICK
II tt-IO 12/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, di siring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE ALAN COMPANY at 111 71st
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH APPIEHAIM
SEYMOUR is LIEBMAN, Esqulra
in y for Joseph Applebaum
605 l.ii.....In Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
II 2:!-:iu 12/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MOTSCE IS IIEKEKY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAURICE CAMERA SHOP at 218
BH-CAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, FLOR-
IDA, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Clicuit Court of Da :e
count\, Florida
MAPRICE HEINIE
SUZANNE REINIE
ARNOLD SI/)ME
Attorney for Maurice Rein I e
Suxanne Reinie, 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. 195336
THEODORE MOSES
Plaintiff,
vs.
ItlTII -MOSES
Defendant.
TO: RITII MOSES
411 Net.tune Rlvd.
Long Beach, NY.
You are requbed In serve a copy r.f
your gnawer to the Itill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19th day of December,
A.D., 19.16; otherwise, the Bill of C -
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein,, will be taken as <-onfessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
13th day of November. ItSe.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Baal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
Mll.To.N .\. FRIEDMAN
1023 Keyhold Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
ll/lt-23-30 12/7
m
IN THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 195716
BERTHA HELEN KIAMIE
TRANTHAM,
Plaintiff,
RICHARD S. TRANTHAM.
i iefendant.
TO: All Interested Persons
You are required to serve a "npv of
your answer on HERMAN COHEN,
130.". Congress BMg., Miami, Hi., tna
file the original in the office Of thft
Clerk on or before Dec. '", I''a. I
appear before Judge Vaiin at hll rfEcO
on 9:00 A.M.. Dec. 13, 1 .G im! MlcW
cause why the plain ilf s petition to
establish a lost inort ci ire should
be granted. 01 said petition will be tak-
.. infeased by you.
Dated this 9th day of November,
l ::,.;.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
clerk of the Circuit c-.u-t
By WM W. .STOCKINO
I). pulv I b-. k
11/16-13-30 12 T
NOTICE UNOPR FT.TITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undi rsigned. d( siring to i ngagi in
!,j-ii s- under !' fictitious name oi
1 t I RESTAURANT N. E.
nd A\. mi.-. Miami. Florida, In-
tends to
fl. rk of the Cin uii i'n:\n of Dade
County" '""iVkkis k. makkis
rjEOROE CHEREN
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C/fc Navsa $3.50
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buainess under the nctltloua Mine of
BI8CAYNB NOVELTY .v sol \ I.MR
BI8CAYNE NOVELTY CO. -
BISCAYNE SOIVENIR CO. ttti
N y ..,| Ave., Maun, Ma., intends to
resister said name with the Clerh Of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
n0,l'U SHERRY MFG. CO.. INC.
JOSEPH PAltl'o
ne) foi Applicant
121 I'laia Hl 11,16-23-30 12/7 .____________
NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the unders gne I, desiring to -ngage In
es, ..,., the nc^Uknia nar,
IIRW W SERVICE STATION al
S W ;"' avenue, Maud. Intend to
,i(| name with the Clark of
Court of Pade County,
"0ridCHARLE8 PIPITONB
CMiMKI.o I' IlKl.l.o.Mo .,0'.
MYERS HE1MAN .'. KAI'I.AN
Attome; foi ippllcanta
Id llldg.
10 12 7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 195777
BERNARD ALLEN
Plaintiff,
va,
BERTINA ALLEN
i fendant.
To: BERTINA ALLEN
c/o \Rlchard Kohisher
,177 Montgomery street
Brooklyn, N. Y.
You are recpiired to serve a copy of
your answer to 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.D.. 19,'i6: otherwise, the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Fl .rida. thin the
9th dav of November, !!'';.
E It. LEATHERMAN
C|. rk of the Circuit Court,
Pade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: wm. w. stocking
I a put v clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida.
II 16-21-30 12/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE MA8IN COMPANY al D
County, Fla., intends to register -.id
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MOLLIE MASIN,
Sole Owner
11/16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ASSOCIATED JALOU8IE MFC.. CO.,
not Inc.. at 3100 N. W. 27th Avenue.
Miami. Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
BCOTT-WHITAKER CO.. INC.
By Bonny O, Harden, President
GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attornevs for appl'cant
HOI West Plagler Street
Miami, Florida
11/30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
. -. .Hid... the fictitious name of
ALUMINUM LADDER & SCAFTOLD
Ci >. at 5506 N w. 7i h Ave Miami.
El.., Intenda to reglater sail name
with the clerk ..I the Circuit Court of
|,,,,ii. County, Florida.
AMERICAN LADDER &
BCAFFl >LD C<'., INC.
11/23-30 12 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JACK'S DELICACY SIloPI'E at 2399
S. W. 22nd St., Miami. Fla.. intend
to reflate) mM name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Floi Ida.
JACK PEN SKY, Sole Owner
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney tor Applicant
111 Plain Rldg.
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. 196262
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PETER E. KAPLAN,
rialnt.ff
vs.
VIROINIA B. KAPLAN,
i iefendant
TO; VIROINIA R. KAPLAN
M Longfellow Tei ra< (
Springfield, Massachusetts
You ai.. hereb) notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
servi a copy of four Answer or Plead*
Ins to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, RICHMOND A
GOLDSTEIN, attornevs, I Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
ih.....iglnal Anawer or Pleading li
office of the Clert ..f the Circuit Court
on or before the 2nd da) of Jan
I95T. n you fail to do no, judgment by
default w ill be i iken bib l i nu for
the relief demanded la the Bill of
Complaint,
This notice shall be published one*
each week foi four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 17th day of No\emba.j
A.D. 19r.6.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court,
i lad.- Count). Fi.M Ida.
(Circuit Court Keal)
By L. BNEEDEN
Deputy clerk.
11/30 12/7-14-21
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of THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
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In keeping with our constant policy, we
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We treasure your confidence in our
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iJI Miami, norida, Friday, December 7. 1956
A new motel, "Her Majesty," on Indian Creek
Hr has been named in honor of a new arrival,
Shtlley Ro^nbwf .
She was born Nov. 12 at Mt. Sinai hospital
and is the daughter of Phyllis and Harry G. Rosen-'
berj, 6391 N. Bay rd. .
Proud as punch of the new arrival are her
J~idparents Mr# and Mrs. Bill Schermor, 1611 Euclid ave.,
excited and pleased over the new addition to the family
^Rwanberg, her paternal grandmom.
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ted back from New York early next week is composer
Itf many famous songs, including the perennially favorite
she's known more intimately to friends as Mrs.
Section B
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Life,
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[ally, the Gotham Town apartment in which Mana-Zucca
home f Hends things won't be the same next year .
"apartment is right next door to Carnegie Hall which is
w down and pianos or not, Mana-Zucca will miss the
ere.
Reinhard family circle met for Chanuka dinner Sunday
foval Hungarian ...
njly members included the Sam Reinhards, Maxin* and Norman
and children, Honry and Carolyn Reinhard and children,
ad Sylvia Reinhard and children and Leo and Miriam Rein-
children .
family guests included the A. Blanks, I. Zwochkonbaums,
Roth and Mrs. A. HoHman.
aking of births With the arrival of Rent* Lynn Kahn
l at St. Francis hospital, three generations of daughters have
brn in Greater Miami to the Specter family .
fcernal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector; grand-
i are Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Spector; while happy mother and
[are Lt. and Mrs. William J. Kahn .
kemal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernett W. Kahn, of New
lliam is stationed at Wright-Patterson Airforce Base in Day-
Mr*. Kahn is the former Frances Ann Spector. ______
'Rith Girls Edge Tsion
B'rith girls volleyball
fcent ended last week with
edging out Tsion in the
l a few points.
first game of the finals,
ne out on top and then fell
playing of 'Nai 'Rith in
and third games of the
tournament lasted four
{with eight B B. G. chapters
ating from the Greater
lirea.
Members of the "Nai 'Rith team
included Captain Beverly Kessler,
Roz Bowers, Dianne Wedlen, Di-
anne Brandt, Sue Helman, Minna
Ickovitz, Ray Meschann, Lee Roth
and Linda Silverberg.
Tsion's team was led by Cap-
tain Linda Emerick. Players were
Linda Berkwit, Jacki Rosenthal,
Jacki Gornstein, Estelle Robins, Ina
Cohen, Marcia Braun, Marsha Drost
and Toby Grossman.
H
V
w Miami Auxiliary of American Medical Center at Den-
wU1 sponsor a fashion show by Pualani Wednesday
*ninq in the Roney Plaza. Shown (left to right) cat Pualani,
** in Hawaiian and oriental fashions; Mrs. "Morris Golus-
< Jefferson ave.. chairman; and Mrs. Nate Permutter.
member and model. Program will also include iilm
ftanc and tuberculosis, as well a* address by Temple
* "Pfclual leader Rabbi Morris Skop.
4** lAJt
oman s
IVorU
Phi Sigs Hear
Bevy of Plans
Regular monthly meeting of Phi
Sigma Sigma Alumnae Assn. of
Greater Miami was held at the
home of Mrs. Marvin Lewis, 4412
Post ave., Thursday.
A report on the fashion show
held recently to aid in the scholar-
ship fund for children of United
Cerebral Palsy was given by Mrs.
Victor Reiter. chairman.
Plans for the installation of Mrs.
L. Goldman, as patroness, on Sun-
day, Dec. 9, at the home of Mrs.
A. Kogan, were announced by
chairman Mrs. I. Hoffman.
Mrs. Robert Rosen, alumnae ad-
visor, reported the progress of the
Mary B. Merritt Panhellenic bldg.
Plans for the forthcoming rum-
mage sale Dec. 29, were announced
by Mrs. Paul Furman, president.
Social highlight of 1956 Miami Beach season was formal recep-
tion for Israeli Foreign Minister Golda Meir Monday evening.
Mrs. Meir didn't make the meeting because of a UN enqaqe-
ment, but guests enjoyed themselves and broke records for
Israel Bonds sales. Jacob Sher and Jack Corner (right) are
standing while (left to right) Mrs. Corner, Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz
and Mrs. Sher are seated at Corner home in Miami Beach.
Voting Judaea Festival
Zionist Youth Commission of
Greater Miami announces a Chan-
uka festival of Young Judaea clubs
Sunday afternoon at Tifereth Is-
rael Northside Center. Mrs. Amalie
Grunwald is president of Chever,
council of leaders who prepared
the program. Zionist Youth Com-
mission is supported by Hadassah.
and the Zionist Organization of
America. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Al-
fred M. Mamlet and William Gold-
worm. J
dent. solos in both Hebrew and English.
Highlight of the program will be
I. R. Goodman group will cele- "I Remember Henrietta." a costume
brate "H"-day with an all-games tableau of the life .of the founder
party Monday evening at the Flori- of Hadassah. Chairman of the day
is Mrs. Joseph Shawmut.
*
Israeli group will hold a lunch- Stephen S. Wise group will cele-
con at the Algiers hotel on Mon- brate "H"-day with a luncheon at
day noon. Mrs. Jack Udell is chair-1 the Allison hotel on Monday noon,
man of the day. Dr. Mortimer Rob- j Olga Pavlova, concert, radio and
bins will be guest speaker. Jack | TV star, will present opera and con-
Beach Chapter Schedules Events to Mark H-Day on Monday
Mrs. William Feuer has had the former Beach Mayor Harold Sha-| Shaloma group will celebrate
job of coordinating the eight piro. In charge of reservations is with a luncheon at the Lucerne
groups of Miami Beach Hadassah Mrs. Harold Melnick, chairman of hotel on Monday at 12:30 p.m. Mrs.
for functions to celebrate the birth- the day. Mrs. Sam Frankel is presi- Leon Roth, soprano, will render
day of Henrietta Szold, founder of
Hadassah.
"It is appropriate that Chanuka,
the Festival of Lights, now being
observed by Jews throughout the
world, is the time when Henrietta i ^ian hotel.
Szold was born," Mrs. Feuer said
Wednesday. "For she kindled the
light which was the beginning of
Hadassah and which has now be-
come a blessing both for America
and for Israel."
JSE?nfZ2L Fishma i. ioj,Jhipro!r^ *** W* -g,
chapter.
Harxl group will hold its annual
"H'-Day luncheon at the Eden Roc
hotel Monday noon. A musical pro-
gram is planned. Mrs. Louis Haftel.
Of Surfside. will present a fashion
how. Mrs. Arnold Seeder and her
eommittee are in charge. Mrs. El-
lis Amdur is president of the group. |
*
Louis D. Brandois group will
celebrate Henrietta Szold's birth-
day with a luncheon at the Amen-
etna hotel at 12 noon on Dec. 10. |
A musical presentation depicting,
the life of Henrietta Szold, written
and narrated by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz and entitled "From
Baltimore to Jerusalem," will be
presented.
Mrs Larrv Silverman is chair-
man of the day. Mrs. Fred Jorfas
is president of the group.
*
Hanna Santsch group will ob-
serve "H"-day with a luncheon at
the Saxony hotel Dec. 10 at 12
noon. There will be.special enter-
tainment for this special day. with
entertainment by professionals.
Mrs Ed. Holofcenter is chairman,
and Mrs. Jack Falk is president.
*
Henrietta Siold group will cele
brate the birthday of their name-
sake with luncheon at the Seville
hotel Monday noon. There will be
rendition of Hebrew and Jewish
folk songs. Guest speaker will be
Success oi Monday night's Dinner of State honoring Golda
Meir is evident in "victory" smiles of (left to right) Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartz. Ed Sullivan. Jacob Sher and Jack Corner.
Dr Schwartz, executive vice president of national Israel
Bonds organization, and Sullivan, popular television and news-
paper commentator, were last-minute replacements for Mrs.
Meir. who remained in New York for United Nations business.
Sher is chairman of Greater Miami Committee for State of
Israel Bonds, and Corner was dinner chairman.


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tS^tbout J^our t^pecial J-avoritea
Banana Cream, Brazil Nut Bread
Need Only Easy-to-Get Ingredients
BY REGINA FRISCHWASSER
For a special treat over which
every member of your family will
smack his lips, try these unusual
recipes:
BANANA CREAM
1 package lemon gelatin
2 cups water
'4 teaspoon salt
2 3 cup sugar
\ Vt cup heavy cream
Chanuka Goodies
Need Tetley Tea
For Finer Taste
Chanuka. one of the most popu-
lar and joyous of holidays among!
the Jewish people, is full of tra-'
dition from lighting the Chan-
uka candles to the dreidel. from '
the miracle of the oil vessel to the'
eating of latlr.es.
And speaking of latkes. we are'
reminded of another fine Chan-
uka tradition a good cup or
glass of Tetley Tea to put the fin-
ishing touch to a sumptuous holi-
day meal.
Why Tetley Tea' Because it is
the very finest you can enjov It
is the tea that for more than 100
year- haj bMn popular in Jewish
homes and for good reason IN
full-bodied flavor and wonderful
aroma cannot be duplicated It is
most refreshing- beverage which
lifts your spirits even time vou
drink it.
U 1- the festive tea, too, the tea
you will be proud to serve viuir
guots when they drop in during
the holiday, the tea you serve at
very' happy occasion, the tea
whos,. delicious aroma pervades
the entire house when you brew it.
So enjoy your Chanuka latkes
and all the other goodies vou will
be making and top them off with
a cup of Tetleys Be sure vou have
enough Tetley Tea on hand for
the holiday. By the way. Tetley
Tea is so thrifty, too. For just a
few cents you can brew a pot-full
for the entire family. Get Tetley 1
in tea bags or in package form In'
whatever form you get it. you will
always get the full, rich flavor un-j
matched in the entire world. Tetley]
Tea is Kosher and produced under'
Rabbinical supervisionST.
5 bananas
Dissolve gelatin in warm water.
Add salt and sucar. (hill until cold
and syrupy. Fold in cream, whipped
only until thick and shiny, but not
stiff. Crush bananas to pulp with
a fork and fold into the mixture.
Chill until slightly thickened.!
Turn into mold. Chill until firm
Unmold and serve with fruit sauce
Serves 8.
BRAZIL NUT BREAD
3 cups whole wheat flour
l'/i cups all purpose flour
5 teaspoons baking powder
2 teaspoons baking soda
l'i teaspoons salt
IVi cups brown sugar
14 cups Brazil nuts
3 cups sour milk
Mix dry ingredients together.
Add shelled Brazil nuts and mix
well. Add milk and mix well. Pour
into 2 greased loaf pans and bake
in a slow oven one hour. Yield two
loaves.
Proceeds of Orah Chapter
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Won,
en win hold a party at %%
d^vlS"ndCOn^'t-^n
Rabbi Simon April will be the
*uel speaker*!
fjlizrachi in 1^
Tastes lib a million,
only pennies..
KADY-TO-SIRVI
SNACK OR DESSERT!
Delegates Represent Beach
At Spring Valley Convention
i Miss Harriet Freedman and Miss
Phyllis Doshay represented Miami,
Beach Init of Junior Hadassah at
the Hadassah convention recently
held in Spring Valley. N.Y.
The unit was given a membership
award for obtaining its quota thus
far this year.
rtaUgatl wore attended by Mrs.
Arthur H. Ellis, who assisted in,
organizing Junior Hadassah's pro-i
gram here.
Mrs. Isidore Spolter has been
appointed chairman of ninth
annual year book sponsored
by Hebrew Academy Wom-
en. Assisting as co-chairmen
will be Mrs. William Kessel-
man and Mrs. Sidney Rubin-
owite. Mrs. Hyman Sandier,
another co-chairman, will
represent the school's P.T.A.
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BB Women's Groups In Novel Affairs
Book Month exhibit now on an, Mrs. Louis Korda, exhibit designer, and
tJ/fiami Beach Public Library spon- Mrs. Lili Duatov, chairman of library commit-
* Ireau of Jewish Education. Shown tee of Bureau.
Akiridge, Miami Beach librari-
idassah in Founders Fete
As Groups Remember Miss Szold
month <>i December, Fashions and a dance exhibition by
iromen throughout the
kit commemorate the
fcnrietta Szold, outstand-
i scholar, social work-
and founder of the
onist Organization.
first small health ata-
lished In Jerusalem in
be modern hospitals of
|rse training stations,
hool. youth welfare pro-
[vocational training, Ha-
consistently followed
i idea of maintaining
and services in Pales-
fcig'to the highest Amer-
irds.
Dps of the Miami chapter
ih will celebrate Found-
la variety of ways:
up will have a masque-
I quiz at the Dunes hotel
bening. Dec. 10. They will
birthday party on
tvtninc, Dec. 17. at the
^lr< Jacob Bernstein, 815
ter. Program will be
Your Life, Henrietta
[Einttsin group will have
luncheons at homes of
I during the week of Dec.
the seneral chairman-
|r\ Cerald Martin.
group will present a
ha bj Mary Norton
lltphant Sale
[elephant s;,le will be held
Ming of North Dade chap-
ten's American ORT, Wed-
fvening. Dec 12, in N. Mi-
klic Library. 855 NE 132nd
Arthur Murray Studios at a lunch
eon Monday noon, Dec. 10, at the
Biscayne Terrace hotel. Mrs. Lewis
Goodman is chairman.

Mt. Scopus group is having a ser-
ies of individual card parties which
started Nov. 8 and continue
through January. The group is
holding a birthday party meeting
Monday, Dec. 10, at Coral Gables
Masonic Lodge, 41 Valencia, at 1
p.m. Mrs. David Marnier is in
charge.

Naomi group will have a birthday
party meeting and a showing of the
film, "Hands of Healing," on Mon-
day evening, Dec. 10, at Howard
Johnson restaurant, 1100 Biscayne
blvd., with Mrs. Fred Morrison in
charge.

Torah group will present a fash-
ion show by Burdine** "Miami Beach !
store at a luncheon on Monday, Dec.
10, at Westvlew country club, with
Mrs. Philip Warshaw in charge.
*
Chalm Weiiman group will have
a latke party Sunday afternoon,
Dec. 9. at the home of Mrs. Peter
Brod. 760 NW 3rd st and they
will also have a birthday party
meeting on Monday evening, Dec.
10, at the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, 450 SW 16th
ave.
Though somewhat belated, the I
true Chanuka spirit will prevail!
when B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
give a Chanuka party for chil-|
dren on Sunday, Dec. 16. begin-
ning at 5 p.m.. at the Hillel House'
Foundation on the University of
Miami campus.
Chairmen include the Mesdames
Betty Birchansky, Jack Feld, Esther
Gordon, Irving Hauptman, Minna
Lavine. Ruth Ostrowsky, Eva Taub,
Ruth Slutzky, -David Vender and
Henry Wolfson.
A series of hypnosis demonstra-
tions by former City Commissioner
Woman CJA Heads
Meet to Map Plans
Some 40 presidents of Miami and
Coral Gables women's organizations
met with Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff j
at a coffee Thursday morning at
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
They discussed preliminary plans
for volunteer recruitment among
all women's groups in the up-com-
ing Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. The campaign, according to
Mrs. Simonhoff, is expected to be
"the biggest in local communal
history."
Last year, the Women's Division
set an all-time record in fund rais-
ing for the area and ranked third
highest in the nation for cities
i with less than 1,000,000 in popula-
tion.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
supports local, national and over-
I seas health and welfare programs.
H. Leslie Quigg will be the high-
light of an outstanding program of
entertainment. Mrs. Murray Glad-
stone is president of the chapter.-
Annual bazaar and carnival of
North Shore chapter will be held
on Sunday, Dec. 9, at Hibiscus
Lodge, commencing at 10 a.m., and
continuing until midnight. "Shine
on Harvest Moon" has been more
than a song to chapter members
who. since last August, have been
harvesting bargain merchandise
and rare novelties for this event.
Booths manned by many volun-
teer hostesses will feature house-
wares, hardware, costume jewelry,
groceries, toys and items for the
"ideal family."
Mrs. Mark Silverstein is chair-
man, and Mrs. Charles ReichenthaL
co-chairman of the bazaar. Mrs.
Emanuel Pineus is president of the
chapter.
Temple Ladies
Name Committee
Committee in charge of reserva-
tions was named this week by
Temple Israel Sisterhood.
They will be accepting reserva-
tions for Sisterhood's annual donor
luncheon due at the Americana
hotel Wednesday noon, Jan. 23.
Mrs. Jack Krause is chairman of
the affair, with Mrs. Harry Nevins
in charge of the reservations com-
mittee.
Other committee members in-
clude the Mesdames G. Louis Men-
delsohn, Fred Abrams and M. Hy-
man.
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Panhellenic Bldg.,
Honoring Dean,
Dedicated Here
Official ceremonies attending
the naming of the Mary B. Mer-
ritt Panhellenic bldg. were held
this week on the University of Mi-
ami campus.
Though ground was broken for
the $219,000 slructure early in
November, ceremonies were post-
poned until the university's Home-
coming Week, which was to open
Dee. e. sq thai ahunnl returning
to the campus could he present.
Dr. Merritt ma the uaJverafty'i
Dean of Women from 1029 until
she retired la-t September.
freOdent Jay K W Pearson gave
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Mrs. Berliner Entertains
Mrs. Prances Berliner, tceor-
dionist and BOloist, entertained
members and guests oi Huml
Beach Bnai B'nth Lodge at a
Chanoka party Wednesday eve
ntag in the WaMsnaa Crown hotel
-JwI$iLlkrMton.
the principal address at the cere-
monies, following a welcome by
Dr C. Doren Tharp. vice president
and dean of friCttltMkA
Also participating in the pro-
! gram were Dr Bertha Foster. Dean
Emeritus of the school "l musk;
Mrs. Charles Finkelstein. represen-
tative of the planning committee
for the Panhellenic house; and
Miss Ann l.owe. president of the
I'M Pannhellenic Council.
The Mary B. Merritt Panhellenic
I'ldi: will be completed in the
spring. Designed by Steward and
Skinner, architects, the 1. shaped
two-story structure will contain
suites for the 13 national sororities
now on campus, wtth a uth suite
available for future use.
Members of the plannine commit-
tee are Mrs. Charles Finkelstein,
Mrs. Jack Meyer, Mrs. Stanley
Biedron, Mrs. Russell Rase Mrs.
G Allan Chapman, Mr- Joseph
Shopiro, Mrs Lorine ( oppock, Jr.,
Mrs Eli King; Mrs I'h,unas c
Mayas, Mrs. Robert Rosen, Mrs
Herbert Vance. Mrs. Herbert Root
Costs of the building, its ((in-
struction and furnishing, are being
borne by the sororities
'ridoy,
Proceeds for School
Sisterhood of the Miami ir. 'iT"'1'"*'*
brew School and Congregate, ''"r'' s
hojd a monthly luncheon"!' "C *"*&
o.l hall. Tjf '
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Robert Strassburg, Conductor
Mrs. Herman Shulman, out-
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Hadassah, will serve as na-
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for Hadassah. Announcement
of Mrs. Shulman's acceptance
was made by Mrs. Michael
A. Stavitsky. national Wom-
en's Division chairman for
Israel Bonds. Mrs. Shulman,
for more than 20 years a
major figure in Hadasah. is
former chairman of National
Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion and of its Medical Center
building fund committee.
Saturday, December 8th at 8:15 P.M.
featuring
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Date for women's division of
American Jewish Congress top so-
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proaching. Mrs. Charles Feinbere
president, noted Wednesday
The event is due Sunday. Dec
16. in the Pompei room of the
Eden Roc hotel.
iHr,SK fidney Fing'r- ^'nnan.
id that reservations may still be
jhad at AJCongress Southeast re-
jgon headquarters. 806 Congress
I Mag.. Miami.
th.Cuhi!Jrmen for ,he ev'n*
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q Junior Auxiliary of Jewish Home for the Aqed
riaht) Mrs. Knrry Gorson, Mrs. Laurence Silverman
i Lijjian Smith. Membership tea and fashion show will
Monday afternoon. Dec. 17, at home of Mrs. Silverman,
Iroadview dr., Bay Harbor Islands. Slated is preview
. in casuals, evening dresses and fur-trimmed leather
designer Margaret Newman and style coordinator
beam. Hair styles are by Viqdor. In charge of iniorma-
[Mrs. Smith. 9541 E. Bay Harbor dr., chairman, and
es Gorson, Moe Thau, Silverman, Joseph Wolfe and
iKupferberg.________________________________________
MM Seminar Scheduled Sunday
Symphony, Handel
Are firsts' Here
Premiere performance of a svm
phony and another musical "first"
are in the offing at Temple Judea
Saturday evening, when th<> Strinu
Sinfonioita presents its second con-
cert of the season.
Director is Robert Strassburg,
whose "Festival of Lights." a
symphony in honor of Chanuka,
will be performed for the first
time.
In threp movements, the vm
phony wi|l feature Dr. Philip
Galltx, violin; Ben Green, viola:
ani Rudo'ph Nettle, cello.
Also to be heard are parts of
"Judas Maccabeus," an oratorio,
by George Friedrich Handel, per-
formed in the Greater Miami area
for the first time.
Rabbi Morris Skop will be nar-
rator, with Cantor Irving Robinson
as Judas Maccabeus.
.John Lotz III, tenor, will be fea-
tured as Israelitish man. Others
are Marlene Bsharah, soprano, Is-
raelitish woman: Goldie Sussman,
soprano, second Israelitish woman;
Arch Bradley, baritone, Simon;
Philby Lewin, alto, priest; and Judy
Drucker, soprano; Nancy Green,
soprano; Jack I-erner, tenor; Paul
Seaman, baritone; and Hilda Seit-
lin, soprano.
Page 5B
jders A. TotHd will be
fcer at the "Seminar on
Standar !>" sponsored
juth Florida region, Unit-
Igue of America, Sunday
[Dec. 9. a- '.lie Sterling
iTofield is spiritual leader
fcksonville Jewish Center.
lussman. president of the
Jmounced that the South
("Seminar on Synagogue
V is the fourth in a series.
Atlanta, Ga.. sponsored a seminar
Nov. 4; the second was held in
Orlando, Nov. 11, and Savannah,
Ga., was host to the third Nov. 18.
Results of the discussions will
be published with the title, "A
Southern Viewpoint on Synagogue
Standards," and will be presented
at the Southeast regional conven-
tion of United Synagogue of Amer-
ica to be held in Charleston, S.C.,
Apr. 28 to 29.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
I Beth David, regional advisor, add-
ed that the Jewish community of
South Florida "is cordially invited
to participate in the seminar." Res-
ervations are being accepted at the
i Southeast regional office of the
United Synagogue. 355 Lincoln rd.
Congregations sponsoring the
' seminar are Beth David, Beth
Emeth, Hialeah Springs, Israelite
Center, Congregation Monticello
Park. North Shore Jewish Center,
Temple Emanu-El, Temple Zion,
Zamora Jewish Center, Temple
Beth Sholom, Temple Sinai of Hol-
lywood and Temple Beth El of
West Palm Beach.
it yourself to delicious'
>ffee... and sleep, too!
Emanu-EI Men's Club
Hosts Forum Series Thursday
Men's club of Temple Emanu-El,
in conjunction with the Bureau of
Jewish Education and the Men's
clubs of the Greater Miami area,
will present a forum celebrating
Jewish Book Month and featuring
Leo Schwarz, internationally fam-
ous author, anthologist and lectur-
er, who will speak on "Tales of Ad-
venture Faith Love."
The event will take place on
Thursday evening, Dec. 13, in Sir-
kin Hall at Temple Emanu-El. This
forum is one in a series of four
which will be held at various Tem-
ples throughout the Miami area.
Tickets for the lecture are on sale
at the Temple office and at the
Bureau of Jewish Education office.
TuJMPSON
Young Adult Group
Picks Bert Tumpson
Bert Tumpson has been elected
president of the Young Adult Jew-
ish Council of South Florida. The
council is sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
and includes representatives from
Jewish young adult groups in the
South Florida area.
Tumpson is immediate past pres-
ident of Temple Emanu-El^Vnn"H
Adults, and J~
1955 was award-
ed a trophy as
the "outstanding
young adult pres-
ident of Dade
county." A pho-
tographer by pro-
fession, he at-
tended the Uni-
versity of Illinois,
jnd has resided
,n Miami Beach
for the past four years He is on
the board of directors of the Mul-
tiple Sclerosis Society of Miami.
Also elected officers were: vice
president, Sandy Frogel; secretary,
Elaine Osowick; and treasurer
Harriet Freedman. GMJCC staff
advisor to the council is Donald
LaBelle.

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Capacity Audience Expected to Hear Drew Pearson Monday
A capacity audience is expected gMMHM^^^
A capacity audience is expected
to fill Temple Israel auditorium.
137 NE 19th st Miami, Monday
evening, when internationally re-
nowned columnist Drew Pearson
addresses the Temple Men's club.
Al Hirsch. president, said Wed-
nesday that the author of the con-
troversial articles. 'XTonleaakba of
an S. O. B," in the Saturday Eve-
ning Post, "is surely koiiix to draw
a tremendous crowd in lijjht of the
current crises both in Kurope and
the Middle Ka-t
Mendrik Berns. Miami Herald
staffer, will be moderator of a
panel discussion following Pear-
son's address. Members of the pan-
el, who will quiz Pearson on his
talk, include Charles Harrison,
newscaster of television station
WC'KT. and Leo Mindlm. of The
Jewish Flondian.
Pearson's column appears in
more than 650 newspapers around
the world. Last September, he was
invited by the Israel government
to prepare TV films for its use
Some of his experiences on this
project will be included in his
Monday night address
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Chanuka Party Will Fete
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Mrs Rachel Boeanfeld will gtm
a I'hanfika card party at Knesetli
Israel Synagogue ffaihunlaj noon.
Mr- Binfew will host the
Beach. Following the opening date,
there will te matinee and evening
party to honor the membership of ** aUn and **
the Bikur Cholem Convalescent Performan'> at both theatres
Home. | A Paramount picture in Vista
Hostesses assisting her are Mrs
Ida More, Mr- g>a LnopoM, Mrs. Commandments" depicts on
Bessie Marh.w Mrs Ka> lienja- screen one of mankind's greatest
Ei*Sir22 "^ fc......." -.hehfeof MoseA.cke,:
'.in :-. aS ne f ,he of bo,h thea,ros and "* be pro-
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history. Cecil B. DeMille's produc- weeks in advance
tion of "The Ten Commandments" ..Tho Ton rm_ ._,
will begin an exclusive engagement li(l!,C" Commandments." iden-
in this area on Fridav evening rjej tlf"? as 2WS1 mtl0n "*
14. at the Olympia fheafreMi^L SII^h'V^ "S ^^
and the Beach Theatre, Miami SJf Jl^fM lh,C scen
Actual filming called for three
months location shooting in authen-
tic Biblical settings in Egypt and
the Sinai Peninsula.
For the challenging role of,
\ision and Technicolor. "The Ten *. HeMille selected Charlton
Heston. after satisfying himself
that this actor possessed the spir-
itual integrity and other qualities
.....- Portray the Law Giver and De-
| are now on sale at the box-offices 1'verer of his people. Yul Brynner
was sipned for the vital role cf the
Pharaoh Barneses II. symbol of the
despot who enforces his rule by
enslaving whole nations
1 Anne Baxter portrays Nefretiri.!
the Throne Princess of Egypt who
seeks in vain to bend Moses to her
will, and becomes the wife of the
Pharaoh. Other k-\ roles are de-1
picted by Edward G Robinson as
Dathan, betrayer of his people
Yvonne DeCarlo. wife of Hoses;
John Derek a- To-h;ia. \ma to h
bra Paget. Judith Andenon, Vin-
cent Price. Sir Cedrfe Hardwicke
Martha Scott. John Carradine. Hen
rj Uiicoxon and OMva Deering.
Drama'ized within 'The Ten
Commandments" i> the Bible story
Of the struggle between Moses and
the Pharaoh that marked emer-
gence of the first principle of all
human freedom, that "men shall be
First Passover is one of the memorable scenes I ^ T *"* "" b> whims
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TO AIL A HAPPY
HOLIDAY
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u r>r.v Harrv Spivack Club. Celebration will mark publication of
nhtare Joseph ^umov h n^i q, a a book. "Three Jubilees." by Dr. Isaac Unter,
pje Cohen, who wui w -g Cir. man. Site is Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25
Sunday ^^.^nch^ornen'* Wariiington ave.. Miami Beach.
Eves Million Emergency Fund
' -.. threatened by naked and ram- "endangered and threatened Jew:
The United I are threatened by naked and ram-
lJT iT2h Sunday pant totalRarianiatn to a degree un-
corded Sunday e days of itler.'
i ."Son" to conducta
l,'dn for a $1CX).000.000
" Rescue Fund over and
hregular 1957 campaign.
.L-eedented decision was
r,ore than 1.200 American
nmmunal leaders i
matched since the days of Hitler.
The delegates drew special at-
tention to Egypt's treatment of its
50 000 Jews, asserting that "Nasser
daily reveals himself as the spir-
itual heir of Nazism." They scored
Fsvot's threat of mass expulsion i ior tmwjnit, j-v --~
of Jews the fact that it is now sub- tlement, as well as for the regular
, iecting'jews to persecution, con- welfare and rehabilitation pro-
anting evidence that a jectinsNJ V se-, grams of the UJA constituent agen-
1 of 100.000 e^n.8eS|f'u^ermg of Jewish communal in-|cies. They took special note of the
. require assistance inthe | ^ ^.^ the manner of the fact that "several thousand Jews
[,.. months in moving to | stitunons .. |----------- ,K ..h,..w fieri
IVe mull*.... i./m "endangered and threatened Jews."
They also noted that Jewish ref-
ugees reaching other countries will
need transportation, relief and wel-
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In the light of this, the delegate?
stressed, American Jews must act
at once in providing all the funds
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and for the free and
people of Israel, who
TO ALL ... GRfET/NGS
d Parliament Member Feature
Of Histadrut Celebration Dec. 23
m a ----* PAmmiMPfl Of
Nuremburi' Laws." I are among the multitudes who fled
"WwrtWlKS People Hungary during the course of the
?n exist as a free and independent recent violent revolt, and are now
Sat?" they -charged, "has been in Vienna and urgently require
cnaUenged by Israe.s belligerent food, clothing and resettlement
Arab neighbors into whose hands aid.
the Soviets have put vast quantities I Tne i,200 Jewish communal
of the most modern weapons of | ieaders reelected William Rosen-
war including jet bombers, planes. wald as UJA general chairman for
tanks and guns." la third successive term. They
LflaM Chahbot As a result, the delegates -le- named Samuel Rubin chairman of
l,f Oneg in0 ., *V J"^ s .people are "in no'lhe $100,000,000 Emergecy Rescue
I Beach Councilman Harold- clared\ b*g** part 0f the drive and elected Sen. Herbert H.
District Plans Meetings
Newly formed North Dade Dis-
trict of Zionist Organization of
America will hold a planning com-
mittee meeting Tuesday night at
the North Dade Jewish Center, ac-
cording to Irwin Schindler, presi-
dent.
Plans have been formulated for
a general meeting of the new
group to take place on Thursday,
Dec 27. Louis Shapiro and Irving
Weiner are in charge of the pro-
gram committee. They are being
assisted by Rabbi Henry Okolica.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Dr. Simon Lip-
ton, Stanley Clatter. Herbert Buch-
wald. Al Kahn and Lee Unger.
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Histadrut Committee of
Miami this week an-
J one of the outstanding af-
I its season, which will take
JSunday evening. Dec. 23. at
|un Crown hotel. The affair
mmemorate the 36th an-
! of Histadrut in Israel.
Locker, top tigure in the
m of the State of Israel and
[ the founders of Histadrut,
-rive here from Jerusalem to
tst of honor and report on the
[developments in the Middle
I He will speak on "Now We
[Reason Together."
Iker, former co-chairman of
pish Agency, is a member of
nesset and Vaad Hapod, His-
X, Tel Aviv This will be his
bppearance in Greater Miami.
jbi Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
tmanuEl. will greel Locker.,
I Lesowoder. president of the
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami, will also bring
greetings. The labor movement ot
Greater Miami will be represented
by William Owens, president of tne
Dade County Central Labor Union
Council; Max Macy. manager and
secretary-treasurer of the Interna-
'tional Ladies Garment Workers
Union of Greater Miami, and Mor-
ris Dropkin. of the Central Labor
Council.
A large delegation will represent
the I.L.G.W.U.. and a delegation
of the Amalgamated Clothing
Workers Union, headed by Mr
Murray Gerstein. will also take
part.
Musical program will be render-
ed by Cantor Israel Reich, of Tenv
pleEmanu-El. Cantor Reich will be
accompanied by Miss Anyuta Mel
cov. Rabbi Max Shapiro will chair
the evening. __________
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<^tn the r^ealm of <^ocietu
Lace and Veils and Wedding Bells
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MIS. SIDNIY MAtCVS
Charlotte Glyck Now Mrs. Marcus
Miss Charlotte Anno (;iyck be
I i- tho bride of Siilncy .1 Mar-
cus daring n 5 p.m. ceremony Nov.
29 in Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi
Leon banish officiated
The bride i- ihe daughter of Mr
Mrs (Jilhert H Goldman. 11500
SKI 62nd ave He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray \l.inu-. Atlanta.
liven in marriage by her father.
th<- bride wore a white gown of
chantilh lace and faille. Her fin
m tip veil of illusion was at-
taihed to a crown of seed pearls'
and pallet:t -
Mi-s Sylvia Perlman was maid
of honor Bridesmaids were Miss
/ad) Mverv Mtei Sandra Marcus.
Mis- Max me Koldman.
E. R. Marcus was best man l"-h
er- were Harold Hillman. Sam Mas-
sell. Jr., Neilan Levy, Albert Grun-
stone. Harry Muldauer. Manuel
Pressman. Henry Schwab and
James Kann
Following a dinner and dance
reception in the Saxony hotel the
couple left for honeymoon trip
to the Caribbean. They will live
in Atlanta.
Groman, Heier
Exchange Vows
Mi-s Donna Lee Groman and
Ponald S. Heier exchanged wed-
ding vows at the Saxony hotel on
; Saturday. Nov. 24. Rabbi Mayer
\iramowitz performed the 7 p.m.
1 ceremony.
The bride ,- fbe daughter of Mr.
Mr- Jack Groman. 550 North
Shore dr. Miami Beach. She was
assisted by Mi-s Maxine Adler.
I maid of honor.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
Land Mrs. Saul Heier. 710 Pennsyl-
vania ave.. Miami Beach, and he
had a- hi- best man his brother,
Barry Heier.
The bride wore a ballerina-length
Ire- of pink net over pink satin
I skirt with white lace pedal. The
', bodice was styled in white lace
over pink with crushed and assort-
ed rhinestones. She carried a white
Bible and pink orchids.
Both the bride and groom are
graduates of Miami Beach High
School. The bride is attending the
I'niversity of Miami. The groom,
who attended the University of
Florida, is a jewelry salesman.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony in the Veranda room
>f the hotel. After a honeymoon
trip to Havana. Cuba, the couple
will reside in Miami Beach.
*S. MftJU UMIftC
*5. DOftAU I
Double Ring Rites For Sam Bermans
Drachen-
Pr. and Mrs Harrv ,
bf'g of Bay Harbor. Miami Beach,
announce the marriage of their
daughter. Adele. to Sam Berman.
ma Of Mr- J. V Berman. of Jack-
1 ille.
The double ring ceremony was
mnued Nov. 8 in the" Fon
tainebleau hotel.
Mrs. Marilyn Futerfas was mat-
ron of honor, and Max Berman at-
tended his brother as best man.
A family dinner followed the
ceremony.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Jacksonville.
Marcus, Horowitz To Live on Beach
.*?. ijrz-ifz t^i^m Mi"
> I Philadelphia nicnard Horowitz is the son of
-P,e. -hOwUJ make their ^.ona ^amlTac^
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Home* Meet at Luncheon
I-orber chapter of the Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren met at the Ocean Ranch hotel
| Thursday noon for an afternoon of
games Lorber has 71 new mem-
bers this year for an all-time high,
according to Mrs. Harry Cygiel-
man. 2221 SW 82nd pi., chairman
of publicity
Thanksgiving Rite FortheBhnl
,.^ Thn*sgiving day, Nov. 22.
trice B^, ^ h0te,> Miss *-
Rimh- So,fnder and Dniel o
Bimberg exchanged wedding vows
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated at
the 7 p.m. ceremony.
Ju* b,r!?.e' Wh0 is tbe daughter
oi Mrs. Lillian Solender, 1614 Mer-
idian ave.. Miami Beach, was given i
in marriage by Murray Koven. The:
bridegroom is the son of Mr Mor
ns Bimberg, of New York City.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of pink mauve ad imported
renaissance lace bodice, with im-
ported French tulle skirt in cocoa
color and large bow of pure silk
taffeta.
The illusion veil in pink fell'from
a rnwestone crown. She carried a
Bible with purple orchids.
A reception and dinner for
guests followed the ceremony. Af-!
ter a honeymoon trip through Flor-1
da. the couple will reside at 1076-------------------
Venetian Way. | ^ ^
Ilene Says Vows In Northern__
UrIle,ie..W^C,l*tein dau8h'" of Springfield. Mm. tote
was married to Edwin Hailperin in dt ( "'"" Manor
Newark. NX. Dec. 1. The bride-j Mrs Brnard Hiilpen.1
groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Ulgston. N.J.. sisier-in-laf <
Samuel Haiipenn. of Newark. | groom, ua- matron of I
Rabbi Arnold Usker. of Beth
Torah Congregation, Orange. N J .
cou.-in of the groom, and Rabbi
Samuel Prince of Beth El Temple.
of honor was Sandra 1
ter of the groom.
Following their hone;
couple will live in Miami!
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December 7, 1956
%csc Cjirls jfill \Jlteiv ^'nests
Pacre
9B
rank, Pearce
atrothal Told
and Mrs- Morris Frank, Un-
n, Pa., announce the engage-
Itf of their daughter, Connie
to Dr. Milton Pearce, of Mi-
fhe bride-elect attended the
Malty of Miami and received
rdegree in education at the Uni-
iiv of Pittsburgh.
pr. Pearce attended Temple Uni-
rsitv. Hahnetnann Medical Col-
', m Philadc Iphia and belongs to
, Delta Epsilon medical frater-
(leddinc will lake place Dec. 24
[ (he Eden Roc hotel.
Bss Belov Eyes
Jec.24 Rites Here
The engagement and forthcom-
, marriage of Miss Ruth Belov
i been announced by the bride-
H'l parents, Dr. and Mrs. Joel
Iis.< Bel"\- wedding to William
n --. of Montreal and London,
|l lake place here Dec. 24. He is
rn of Mrs. Henry C. Shelton,
bdon.
he bride-to-be was graduated
i laude from the University of
ami. where her father is chair-
of the ,-tring instrument de-
rtment in the school of music.
It the university, Miss Belov
11 member of Nu Kappa Tau,
D'l honorary, and Snarks, cre-
Miting society. She was also
ttbe staff of the Hurricane. She
I now an educational materials
Iteron the staff of the American
art Assn. in New York.
kr. Gross, an honor graduate of
i University of London, is head
I the engineering .department at
stern Steel ProdrfMs, Ltd., Mon-
il. He is an associate member of
Institution of Mechanical En-
frs, London, and a member of
Engineering Institute of Can-
cer a wedding trip to Cuba, the
nple will live in New York.
MISS AlUTA HOFFMAN
Couple Met While
She Visited Philly
HoHm,nnfBtin-ent f Allita Mae
Hoffman to Eric Lifschutz is an-
nounced by Mr. and Mr, ^
mE 7834 Abbott ave- Mi"
irTElb ,f ,'hc bri''^room.to.be
Ph. ln'J Mrs- Peter "">. of
PhHaclelphu. Pa.. ad Mexico City,
M.w DHoffuman is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Florida.
J.er f.ance wu educated at schools
n ta y and Vienna. He also at-
vania University of Pennsyl-
The couple met at the Interna-
tional House while the bride-elect
was visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Joseph Bern, who now resides in
Philadelphia.
A cocktail party honoring Allita
and Eric will be hosted by Mr. and
Mrs Hoffman at their home
Sunday.
Youth Groups Here Schedule All-Day
Conclave at Temple Israel Dec. 15
on
of the UM law school, is in the
Judge Advocate General depart-
ment at MacDill Air Force Base
Tampa.
Dubbins Reveal Sandra's Troth
Saundra M. Dubbin's engagement
to 1st Lt. Richard H. Parker,
U.S.A.F., is announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dub-
bin, 1611 W. 24th__
st., Sunset Isle 5
Number 3, Miam
Beach.
Parents of th
p r ospectiv<
groom are Mr
and Mrs. Perr
H. Parker, 4412J
Royal Palm ave.'
Miami Beach.
The couple wil
be married Feb
2 in the Fontaine
bleau hotel and
wfll live in Tam-"
Miss Dubbin is
a junior in the School of Educa-
DPhiE Alumnae Will
Fete Moms, Actives
Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority will
meet Monday evening at the home
!i of Miss Barbara Falk, 4554 Nautilus
dr.
Co-hostesses are the Mesdames
Harry Levy, Martin Smith and
Lewis Vernell.
Honored guests will include all
alumnae mothers and members of
the Universities of Florida, Miami
and Alabama mothers clubs.
Maria Marcy, noted glamour
authority, will be guest speaker,
tion at the University of Miami. Her subject is "How to be Beau-
Her fiance, a graduate cum laude
Youth groups of eight congrega-
tions will meet in an all-day con-,
clave Saturday. Dec. 15, at Temple
Israel of Miami. The conclave is
under the sponsorship of the
Southeast region of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
Rabbi Herbert Raumgard. sDirit-
lual leader of South Dade Jewish
Center and director of UAHC here,
"s in charge of conclave arrange-
ments.
Named co-chairmen are Meredith
Weiland, of Temple Beth Sholom,
and James Bre.slauer, Temple Israel
of Miami.
Miss Weiland said Wednesday
that the conclave will aim to briny
youth group* here into closer har-
mony "so that they may share
their ideas with an eye toward
better cultural interrelationships
in Liberal and Reform Judaism."
Congregations and their spiritual
leaders to participate are Temple
Judea, Temple Beth El of Holly-
wood, Temple Sinai of N. Miami,
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauder-
dale. Temple Israel of W. Palm
Beach. Temple Beth Sholom. South
Dade Jewish Center and Temple
Israel of Miami.
Theme for the all-day affair will
be "Judaism What's in it for
Me?" Following morning services,
there will be a series of workshops
under the leadership of participat-
ing rabbis. Some of the subjects
listed include "How to Conduct
MISS MEREDITH WEILAND
Seal Sale Tckes
Jump Over 1955
$71,202 has been raised during
the first eighteen days of mail re-
Youth Group Meetings?" "~How"to I"* the Urrent Tuberculosi*
Plan Programs" and "Solving Seal Sale- according to Paul Barns,
Youth Group Problems." j Jr.,. president of the Dade County
The conclave is tentatively sched-' Tuberculosis Assn.
Saturdayeenvenmgh ^ "* Th* t0taI C0Unt throu*h this
week represents almost 53 percent
of this year's goal of $135,000 and
is about $2,000 ahead of the an-
All Zionist Districts of Greater nual sale for the first 18 days*
Miami will meet Wednesday night.: count a year ago.
Dec. 26. Guest speaker will be Dr. | Chester Wright, Seal Sale chair-
Nasrollah Fatemi, noted Arab man, urged all Dade countians to
Arab Leader to Speak
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Recorder Concert
Scheduled Sunday
The recorder, that beautifully-
toned medieval wind instrument
having such a popular revival local-
1 ly, will be the center of a concert
| Sunday afternoon. 4 p.m., at the
l Musician's club in Coral Gables.
Reason for the revival in the
I Greater Miami area, is Eva Leven-
son, of 4349 Sheridan ave., noted
recorder artist.
Her pupils, some of whom have
only had six to nine lessons, will
perform at the Sunday concert.
Miss Levenso will be assisted by
Miss Levenson will be assisted by
Toby Weinstein, violonist.
Featured will be original works
for recorder and violin.
Moslem leader and former member
of the United Nations. Meeting site
is the Algiers hotel.
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Left to right are Daniel Broad, president oi Jewish National
Tund Council of Greater Miami; Maurice Survis. co-chairman
of legal aid committee; Dr. Zev Kogan. director of INF activi-
ties here; and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Greenberg.
Miami Beach-ite Makes Bequest to JNF
A Miami Brach resident has provided (or substantial Bequest in
Iris will. The bequest names the Jewish National Fund as beneficiary.
He is Meyer Greenberg. formerly a Baltimore, Md.. manufacturer,
WbC now reaMM with Mrs. Greenberg here.
According to Maurice Survis, co-chairman of the legal aid commit-
tee of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, the bequest will
establish a forest of 10.000 trees in Israel, to be known as the "Meyer
and Jennie Greenberg Forest "
The Greenbergs plan to visit Israel next year in order personally
to dedicate the forest.
Local Attorneys
Named Legislative
Aides to Captal
Dade county legislative delega-
tion Wednesday announced the ap-
pointment of local attorneys Sey-
mour Gelber and Harold KraviU
as ISKlsUtlvt aides for the oncom-
ing 60-day meeting of the Florida
State Legislating, held at Tallahas-
see. !>eginning Apr. 6.
Gelber is financial secretary of
the (ireater Miami Jewish Com-
munity (enter He serves on the
board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and is an
active member of Temple Beth
Sholom.
He has been a resident of Miami
Beach for ten years and resides at
3927 Garden ave.. with his wife.
Edith, who is a language teacher
at Nautilus Junior High School.
KraviU is a resident of Hialeah
land is a former B'Nai B'rilh vice
! president. He is presently on the
board of directors at the Home
for the Aged and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center. He
is secretary of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Bar Assn. and formerly
served as vice president of the as-
sociation.
Dade county legislative delega-
tion will hold public hearings on
legislation for the coming sessions
on Feb. 27 and 28 and Mar. 1, 13.
14 an Mount Heboi^
Longer 'Way Of
Mount Nebo Cemetery J^l
one of the quielPS, JJJ^Ml
ta norida. managing S5*H
, "true that we are,_
'way out.' as the cenwL?,,*|
garded no, too Sn?J*J
bu the surrounding USM
enllre'y resident,/J2J
constructs predommi^H
Mount Nebo still hailamii.k..
estates available, he aSH
penence ha* shown thJilJ
estates should be f,8%^
urmou* aw* tha! hasty ***** S7
be made at times of gn>,i
will be held at the Dade County ment and confusion"
| Court House 10th floor. All! A perpetual trust faa,^
groups or individuals desiring to I ,, a 'I
I be heard on proposed legislation \ a Dy M""m Ncb, *n*e ta
for the W67 session wUl have the cemeter> lncated at 5*5
opportunity to appear at these pub- sL, insures the beautiful
lie hearings. Ipf perennial care.
Teenagers Prepare For Dec. 9 Confab
"Teenagers and Ihe Community
How Can They Help Each Oth-
er"" has hern selected for ,he
theme of the third annual teenage
i love lo be conduced by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
i nter on Sunday, Dec 0, at the
i i'.r.meh. 1536 Bay rd.
1i onard L Aboa, well known
banker and civic leader, will be
i: speaker. Subject of h\- talk
will be OK the main theme of the
conference
conclave ,o he conducted by ,he
pp cramming may be strenglh-
feature a series "t workshops which
and Mrs. Jack Cmman. 550 N.
The committee* i- compossd of
teenage delegates from the Cen-
te, seven ditterent locations in
Dade county Carol Levtnsoo and
Jo.-h Sirkm were elected co-chair-
mi n for this year's conclave.
'ihe conference will bring togeth-
er over 200 delegates from 40
GMJCC clubs (if lenior high school
age. Major purpose of ihe conclave
is to provide an annual clearing
hou-e and exchange of experiences
among the various clubs so that
programming many be strength-
tned during ,he year ahead.
This year, the conference will
leature a series of workships which
will help the teenager in his club
and in the community
Subject! are "Community Serv-
ice." "Fund Raising.'* "Sports,"
"Membership,*' "Social Activities."
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Sandy Green. Marion Present. Jeff
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jav, December 7, 1956
Kdron Appointed National Head
Of Synagogue Council Sponsor Group
~~m^mt Wm R.hLu1 C"fercnce American
Rabbis, and represents all svnn
gOgUM and temples throughout
the country.
n2riAnlrn 'S honora>-y president
and founder of the Hebrew Acad-
emy. He has held office in the
Miam. Beach Zionist Organization
as vice president, treasurer of the
Honda Zionist Council, vice presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, vice president of the Mi-
ami Beach Hotel Owners Assn and
many other organizations.
He was founder and officer of a
number of synagogues and centers
in Miami Beach. He is a lecturer
and author and among other works
has written "Author of Liberty"
a dramatization of the life of John
Milton, for which he received the
Historic Arts Assn. Award.
Dr. Andron owns and operates
hotels and, among them, at the
present time, are Loon Lake hotel
off mvm AMDKOM 1?"^ '" the Adirndacks of New
0f. DAVID ANDRON York sute flnd ^ ^.^ ^^
, Dr. David S. Andron, noted com- hoteI in M,an" Beach.
Lunal leader and founder of ma-' Dr. Andron and his family re-
jor educational and religious insti- side at 3127 Prairie ave., Miami
Mutions in the Greater Miami area. Beach.
hras selected national cabinet j"
[chairman of the committee of spon-
Cnrs of the Synagogue Council of
^toristi fhrMtor,
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Harrv cZl < ETtS f Hebrew AcQdemy. looks on as
arahLS W J^V*"* of executive committee, con-
gratulates Wolfte Cohen upon his appointment as chairman of
Academy s annual dinner due here Sunday evening, Feb 10
at Fontainebleau hotel. Cohen, nationally known restaurateur!
is chairman of Community Chest drive in restaurant, apart-
ment and motel division, and director of Muscular Dystrophy
fund.
Invitations Issued
To Meet Seeking
United Yaad Here
Orthodox congregations and in-
terested organizations this week
| received invitations to send repre-
sentatives to an initial meeting
, Sunday morning, Dec. 9, 10 a.m. at
Waldman's Crown hotel.
Invitations were issued by Phil-
ip Weiss, chairman of a lay com-
mittee to organize the United Vaad
Hakashruth of Greater Miami.
Weiss said Wednesday that
j "many attempts have been made
i here in the past to create a united
Vaad. But all persons involved in
the present effort seem ready to
! offer their full cooperation."
Weiss added that success of the
present undertaking "seems as-
I sured" as a result of this coopera-
i tion.

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Picnic Scheduled Sunday
Picnic will be held Sunday by
members of the Monticello Park
Jewish Center Nursery School PTA.
Site is the log shelter of Greynolds
Park from 12 noon to 2 p.m.
ors of the Synagogue Council .
nerica. it was announced this
Iwcek.
Dr. Andron will head a distin-
guished sponsors committee of
11.000 leading Jewish men and worn-
lei in 235 cities in 44 states, in-
[cluding such outstanding leaders
las Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, Roger
l\v Straus and Admiral Lewis L.
IStrauss.
In announcing the selection of
Dr. Andron as chairman. Dr. Abra-
ham J. Peldman, of Hartford, Conn.,
pie-idi'nt of the Synagogue Coun-
Icil of America, said that "the out-
Ittandin;! program of the Synagogue
iCfiuncil and its central role as the
Ifpokesman for united Jewry- dur-
ling the pa-t 30 yean in relation to
the United States Government, the
lluitcd Nations and the central na-
ationa of the other
1 religions, make it impera-
tive tn have at its helm distin-
guished men to mobilize the com-
[' I leaders and spooaora to
; ist in the advancement of its
I s."
The Sj tie Council of Amer-
I sed of the United
I America, the Union
jof Orthodox Jewish Congregations
lin America, the Union of Ameri-
Ican Hebrew Congregations, Rab-
binical Assembly of America, Rab-
Ibinical Council of America and
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS'
In, i*LE 'N PARTITION 8UIT
I itu E,IRCUIT COURT OF THE
Irno r,J.UP'C,AL CIRCUIT IN AND
lcH*N,rc^ COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
P-I'I'IK WILLIAMS
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JHttzvali
Reception to Fete
Carl Sonntag
Carl, son of Mr. and Mr*. Aaron
Sonntag, 7532 Adventure aye., will
became Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning at Congregation Beth
Jacob.
Rabhi Tibor Stern and Cantor
Maurice Mamrhrs will officiate.
Carl will read the Weekly Portion
and chant the Mussaf service.
Kiddush will follow, and a recep-
tion and dinner will be held in the
evening at Whitman Hall, honor-
ing the Bar Mitzvah.
Carl Is an eighth grade student
;it the Hebrew Academy and plans
to continue his studies at Yeshiva
College in New York. He is a Scout
Firal Class of T'non
IlliL^einbetT,
Artfmore
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Joel R., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Magaziner, 6250 SW
62nd pi., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Dec. 8, at Temple Zion. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman wiil officiate.
Reception will honor the Bar
Mitzvah Saturday evening ct
the Algiers.
fclSBAOff
Steven A. Tobin, 5570 La
Gorce dr., will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
Shalom Saturday morning,
Dec. 8. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will officiate. Steven, a stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High,
attends Beth Sholom religious
school.
Ner Tamid, Bar Mitzvah Slated
On Friday evening, durins the
rh service at Temple Judea,
Kenneth Glasser, -on of Mr and
Mrs. If. E Glasser, 480 Candia ave .
Bbral Gables, will receive the cov-
eted Ner Tanii'l Award in Scouting,
after i year of study in Amcrican-
and Judaiam.
; Kenneth will be presented for
ke award by Scoutmaster Bern-
Vrdt Che-man. of Troop 14 The
vard will be made by Rabbi Mor-
A. Skop.
ITbil i- the second award to be
Goldberg* Hosts in Honor
Of Gerald's Bar Milzvah
Saturday morning, Dec 8. Her-
ald. >on of Mr and Mrs. James
Iberg, will become Bar Mitzvah
at Beth Kmeth congregation Kid-
dush will follow the service. Mr
and Mr- tioldberg will also be
hosts at an Oneg Snahbat in honor
of Gerald's Bar Mitzvah after the
Friday night sen-ice.
presented by Temple Judea. The
fir-t award was given to Brian
Harelik.
In addition to carrying out the
required projects of the Ner Tamid
set by the National Jewish Scout
Committee, Kenneth made two elec-
tric bulletin boards which will be
dedicated after the services. The
presentation of the Ner Tamid pre-
cedes Kenneth's Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Dec. 8.
Kenneth has received the Certi-
ficate of Merit Award for scholar-
ship and citizenship from the Pepsi
Cola Company of Miami and the
PAR. Award. He has been a five-
time winner of the Safety Award
and has been a straight A student
in junior high school for the past
two years. In addition. Kenneth re-
cently became an Eagle Scout.
Kenneth's parents will be ho-t-
at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday and
at the Kiddush of Sanctification on
Saturday.
War n,-r-Murray
Ronald Stephen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack I. Siegal. 500
N. Shore dr.. will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Dec. 8. at North Shore Jewish
Center. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz will officiate. Among
guests at a reception in Ron-
ald's honor at Grey'a Inn will
be grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
H. Bierman and Mr. and Mrs.
J. Siegal. New York City.
Former Colombia
Boy Bar Mitzvah
Ruben Alfonso Holschauer will
become Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services. Dec. 8. of
Tifereth Israel
Northside Center
Rabbi Abraharr
Herson will offi
ciate.
Ruben is th
j son of Mr. an'
Mrs Heinz Hoi
I schauer. w h <
I came here with
hi- family from
I Bogota. Colom-
! bia. a year ago. AUBfN
He is currently ;in emhth grade
student at Edison Junior High
: School.
The Holschauers will be hosts at
Kiddush following.
Temple Judea spiritual leader Rabbi Morris Skop preeenta
Kenneth Glasser with coveted Ner Tamid Scout Award during
Friday evening services at the Temple. Preaentation precedes
by one day Kenneth's Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 8.
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Robbie Klein Will
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Robbie, son of Mrs. Lillian Klein.
1510 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Dec. 8, at Torah Tem-
ple.
Robbie is a student at Ida M.
Fisher Junior High School. Active
locally in junior tennis, he has
played Little League baseball and
was on the team sponsored by the
Miami Beach Optimist club.
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel and
Rabbi Louis A. Cassel will officiate.
Kiddush will follow in the Torah
Temple gardens.
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Robert, son of Mr. ond H,
Nathan Brechner, 8834
ens ave will becom. b?|
Mitzvah Saturday monJJ
North Shore Jewish CeeJ
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dent in the religious school J
the Center and attends Ma.]
tilus Junior High.
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Morris Camovky, brilliant stage,
screen and television star, will head
a cast of more than 125 in the
"Salute to Israel" at the Miami
Beach auditorium Dec. 20.
Abba Eban, Israel's ambassador
to the United States and the United
Nations, will make an "Address to
the Nations" at the Israel Bond
meeting. It will be his first appear-
ance at a cofmunity-wide rally in
the history of the Greater Miami
Jewish community.
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rael Premier David Ben-Gurion,
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chairman Jacob Sher.
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pageant, produced and directed by
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Gurion's 70th birthday.
Boris Pritcher, popular Miami
actor, will play a leading role,1
Hirsch said. The Miami Beach civic
orchestra also will perform.
"This will be the most spectacu-
lar production in Greater Miami
Jewry's annals," Sher said. Goal
of the "Salute."' which will climax
the 1956 Israel Bonds campaign, is
to send cash sales well past the
$1,000,000 mark.
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Community Alerted to Expect Poll Calls as Survey Continues
An eminent scholar and educator
and an expert in research tech-
niques is Dr. I'riah Z. Engelman,
currently in the Miami area to help
direct the county-wide Study on
Jewish Education.
Since his arrival, local Jewish
communal leaders have been
.amazed at the keen perception of
the scholarly man whose presence
exerts ;i strong influence on bit w-
sociates and friends.
As luvid of the Department of
Research of the American Assn for
Jewish Education, he is here on
loan to the Commission for the
Study on Jewish Bducatiea in tha
United Slates.
Dr. Engelnjan intends to inquire
into the most urgent problems of
Jewish education "with an open
mad, with rigorous objectivity
and with scientific or verifiable
Eadjhods "
The ambitious -iud>. sponsored
bj [the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
(liltion and headed In chairman
Hdtberl E. Scber, intends to raise
questions and seek information "re-
uiiMless ol what the results might
resal"
Overwhelming response from the
the organized Jewish community,
rah1)is. local authorities and teach-
ers has eharaetarized acceptance of
the complicate:! survey plan The
National Council of Jewi-h Women,
among others, is supplying a corps
oi interviewers who this week be-
gat! their rounds of representative
Jewish families in the ana
The group underwent a thorough
indoctrination in interviewing
techniques at a big meeting last
week in the Bureau of Jewish Ed
Dr. U. Z. Engelman, director of national study on Jewish educa-
tion (seated left), examines first questionnaire submitted by a
member of Greater Miami Jewish Federation board of govern-
ors. Interested in comments by parents of school-age children
are study chairman Herbert E. Scher (right). Federation presi-
dent Howard Kane (standing) and community planning chair-
man Harold Thurman.
ucation. where Dr. Engelman ex
plained the approach and pbiloso
rphy ol (he study One of the first weeks These volunteers are con-'falo. He is the author of many mon-
leadership units selected to fill out tributing their time and energy; ographs on American Jewish his-
a special six-page 'opinion ques- toward- swift completion of the tory, sociology and education. Dr.
tioanaire" were members of Ked- mass interview program." Scher Engelman wrote "Rise of the Jew
eration's board ol governors Ai- said, urging all parents)selected for in the Western World." 1944; "He-
though the returns are to he anony- interviews "to cooperate closely i brew Education. Problems arid So-
mous. Scher pointed out that opin- with Study volunteers lution." 1947: "A Study of the
ions and attitudes ,, the questions ,)r Kngelman received his Doc- Differential Size of the Jewish
asked would be especially valu- tor of I'hilusophv degree at the Family." 1940: "The Jews of Char-
mminc from such a represen- University of Buffalo and his Mi lt*ton." 1950.
'"'' -'"'"' lers decree from Columbia I'ni- He has Ix-en a contributor to the
The Jewish community has been venrlty For tan years, ha held the "Encyclopedia Americana." "Amer-
alefted to astpeot phaan calla4reai office of eaecutiee director of tha ican Year Book." "The
the oineial interviewers in coirnn* Bureau of Jewish Education in Buf- >>" Q volunesj and to many
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bslsrael, Joey
jams Set Tuesday
Ldav night will be "A Night
rf] f"r the B'nai B nlh or'
,tions of Greater Miami.
ire than 4,000 members of the
Eh fraternal organization have
nviled to a meeting -
jrs hotel to
Israel of
at the
hear Sarah Tal,
1956, and Joey
xal. a contestant in this
C Mi^ Universe contest, and
L a comedian who has had
(iderable success as an author,
ise to transport the guests to
for the evening.
bth the Men's and Women's
clls of B'nai B'rith for South
da and all of the lodges and
Iters are co-sponsoring the
ht in Israel."
liss Israel and Adams have
td the United States recently
ehalf of economic aid to Israel.
will arrive in Miami Mon-
itor three days of meetings with
|ers of Greater Miami Jewish
nizations.
ANEW
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BY HENRY LEONARD
V?-. TABLE R
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Hm bread of affliction'.". ?
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Coagr$ Women m Talk
"Middle East Crisis" will be the
topic of discussion at the next
meeting of the discussion group of
the Miami chapter of American
Jewish Congress scheduled for the I
home of Mrs. Russell Weiner 3350
SW 29th st., Wednesday afternoon,
Dec. 12, 1 p.m.
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Bter. 450 SW 16th ave.
abbi Yaakov Rosenberg, pro-
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ounced that the theme of the
feting will he "Israel Today."
aker will be Dr. Morton
(Robbins. of Nashua, N.H., na-
[ vice president of the Zionist
fcanization of America, honorary
deal of the New England Zion-
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nber of the World Zionist Ac-
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New Hampshire B'nai B'rith or-
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Abe Kasow is Miami District
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Hehttw Teachers Meet
Hebrew Teachers Assn. here met
Saturday evening at Kneseth Israel
Congregation. Louis Gadon, presi-
dent, led a discussion of the survey
currently being conducted by the
American Assn. of Jewish Educa-
tion in the Miami area.
JViday,
William Carmen, National Commander. Jewish War Veterans,
is shown (second from left) being greeted upon his arrival at
,..the Seville hotel by National Deputy Chief of Staff Milton S.
Koch. Department of Florida Liaison Officer Paul Drucker, and
State Department Commander Nat Goby.
JWV National Commander Carmen
To Address Quarterly Meet Saturday
Jewish War Veterans National local Jewish War Veterans posts
Commander William Carmen will
culminate his visit to the Greater
Miami area Saturday evening when
he addresses a Department of
Florida quarterly convention at the
Alcazar hotel
Carmen arrived in Miami last
Sunday and was met by the Dade
County Guard of Honor and De-
partment of Florida Commander
Nat Goby. Also in the greeting
party wore National Deputy Chief
of Staff Milton S Koch and Florida j
State Department Ladies" Auxiliary
President Mrs. Lester Soldi.
The youngest man ever to be
elected to national commandership
of JWV. Carmen is also scheduled
to speak Friday evening at North
Shore Jewish Center on Pearl
Harbor Day."'
All this week. Carmen visited
in the company of state and na-
' tional JWV dignitaries.
A native of Boston. Mass. he
attended Boston University, later
enlisting in the U.S. Naval Air
i Corps. Prior to his assumption of
the national commandership of
JWV. Carmen was Commander of
the State Department of Massachu-
setts and national executive com-
mitteeman from his region.
He is also active in the Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars and American
Legion.
For his outstanding work in com-
munity affairs. Carmen was award-
ed the Sen. Estes Kefauver Trophy
for Youth Service Work in 1953.
the Freedom Foundation Commun-
ity Service Award in 1952. and the
Gold Medal of Honor in 1954.
Historic Steamer
Sold for Scrap;
'Herzl' Scheduled
The 5.500-ton, 41-year-old steam-
ship "Negbah." one of the first pas-
senger liners in Israel's Merchant
Marine, has been sold by her own-
ers, the Zim Israel Navigation
Company. Ltd.. of Haifa, it was an-
nounced this week by the Ameri-
can-Israeli Shipping Company. Inc.,
of New York, the Zim Lines' VS.
representatives.
The vessel, employed until re-
cently in the company's Haifa-
Naples Marseilles service. was
purchased for scrap by an Italian
firm. She will be replaced next
February by the 21 knot luxury
cruiseship. Theodor Herzl," now
nearing completion at Hamburg.
The "Theodor Herzl." is a twin
screw turbine driven liner with ac-
commodations for 560 passengers
in one class. She is designed for
Mediterranean service and for lux-
ury cruises from New York to the
Caribbean The latter will begin
with the 1957-58 winter cruise sea-
son.
To ,tff ... Bappy Hom999
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lliBwiislbJEIloipidliiaun
norida. Friday. December 7, 1956
Section C
Tween Agers Compete for Honors ^ F
In Sporting Events at TAC Confab
ren Honored
randeis Fete
HAM. Mass. Ea'W:
Lf justice of the United
UakinK last week Mon
KToOOPuests at the Bran-
Cntcnnial convocation in
f id that Brandeis Uni-
[seen through the eyeT of
for which it 11 named,
ae more important to the
[world than the Hydrogen
lontoeition climaxed the
. centennial observance of
1 anniversary of the birth
lice Brandeis. for whom
|s University is named. Jus-
Krren cited the role of the
Ly in transmitting the ideals
fcerc the guiding philosophy
Jamous Justice** life.
hid the Brandete would be-
fcd act according to the be-
11 over the long haul, uni-
such as this will have
lower than the H bomb and
iciplined minds will even-
ve a more penetrating ef-
_i guided missiles,
iwing his address, the Chief
1 was awarded an honorary
I of laws degree, and then
J a nine toot bronze statue
lice Brandeis commissioned
/rence A Wien and execu-
[ Robert Ilerks, both of New
bity.
lAbram I. Sachar, president
Jwideis I'niversity, made a
announcement during the
ation that California friends
Diversity had created a
million dollar endowment
iderwrite the Earl Warren
Iin Constitutional History and
|to commemorate the Chief
is role in the centennial.
Dade Community Chest Reveals '57
Goal of $1,529,900 for Agencies
Dade county's 1957 Community have for the past two months been
Chest campaign team last week re- j submitting their requests for 1957
ceived the target for their first to the budget committee of the
two-week drive which will get un- Welfare Planning Council, headed
der way Jan. 7. I by H. L. Gregory, Coral Gables in
The Red Feather organization's surance executive.
Climaxing a year of increasing
tween age activity, junior high
school clubs from all over the coun-
ty, under the supervision of Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, sent delegates to the first an-
nual TAC convention held recent-
ly at the Flagler-Granada affi-
liate center.
Among highlights was a talk by
Rabbi Morris Skop, of the Coral!
Gables Jewish Center, on "Jewish
Youth and Community Service." Asl
part of his address, he announced I
that GMJCC will offer an award
annually to the TAC group which |
does the most for the community.
Keynote speaker was Joseph Mas-
i ters, GMJCC treasurer, who out-
! lined the purposes of TAC.
In the county-wide field day
events which followed, winners in-
cluded:
Chess Paul Strassberg. Cadets;
of Coral Gables Jewish Center; j
Roberta Senter, Larks of Flaglcr-'
Granada Jewish Center; Sandy'
Lang, Granada Gorillas of Flagler-
Granada. _
Girls' foul shooting Cynthia
Furtig, High Teen Girls, Monticello
Park Jewish Center; Barbara Pros-
Mi, Temple Teens of Coral Gables
Jewish Center; Henry Lubin, bek-:
ays of Flagler-Granada.
Boys' foul shootingJeff Klores,
North Dade Boys of North Dade
Jewish Center; Earl Sedlik, Gran-
ada Hurricanes of Flagler-Graada;
Dennis Daynen, High Teen Boys,,
Monticello Park Jewish Center.
Shuffleboard Barry Weiss,
Granada Hurricanes of Flagler-
Granada; Sidney Shapiro, Granada
Gorillas of Flagler-Granada.
Checkers Richard Hornstein,
High Teen Boys, North Dade; Dan-
iel Witman, Hurricanes of Flagler-
Granada: Lynn Dermer, Larks of
Flagler-Granada.
Dodge ball First place tie be-
tween Temple Teens of Coral
Gables Jewish Center.
Spelling bee Sherry Nadler,
Bekays of Flagler-Granada; Lois
Milman, High Teen Girls of Monti-
cello Park; Karon Michaelson, Cool
Kits from Surfside.
Boys' ping pong singles Steven
Stein, High Teen Boys, Monticello
Park; Larry I .amkey. North Dade
Boys of North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter; Larry Cooper, High Teen Boys
of Monticello P4ark.
Girls' ping pong singles Bar-
bara Segal. Bekays of Flagler
Granada; Sherry Nadler, Bekays
of Flagler-Granada; Bunny Gold-
berg, Temple Teens of Coral
Gables.
Boys' ping pong doubles Stev-
en Stein. High Teen Boys, Monti-
cello Park; Larry Cooper. High
Teen Boys. Monticello Park; Larry
Lamkay, North Dade Boys; Richard
Kolton, North Dade Boys.
Girls' ping pong doubles Ro-
berta Green, Hep Cats of Flagler-
Granada: Ellen Cohen, Hep Cats of.
Flagler-Granada.
Work is Aired
fcrld of Books" program, co-
pred jointly by the Miami
I Recreation Department and
Library presented Rabbi
Skop. spiritual leader of
|k Judea. in a review of Ed-
I Wilson- 'The Scrolls from
ead Sea." at the Oceanfront
mm last week. Chaim Rose
Pttirman ol the event.
board of directors has voted a II,-
529,0X10 goal to meet the increasing
needs of 29 local and national wel
Following the budgeting policies
the Chest and Council have used
for the past seven years, Gregory's
fare organizations supported committee submitted total requests
through the once-a-year effort, j amounting to $1,375,223 to the
The new figure represents an 11.6 chest budget committee for 24
percent increase over last year's local Red Feather agencies.
GBS Ploy to be Discussed
Edward Clarke, of the University
of Miami, will speak on "The Doc-
tor's Dilemma." by George Bernard
Shaw, at the auditorium of the Mi-
ami Woman's club Thursday morn-
ing, Dec. 13. Soloist will be Melvyn
Rose, pianist, who will play selec-
tions by Beethoven, Chopin and
MacDowell.
goal of Jl .370.000.
Comer J. Kimball, chairman of
In addition to local agencies, the
Chest includes funds for five na-
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the board of the First National ,jonai organizations which would
Bank and volunteer president of otherwise hold drives in Dade.
the Chest, said, in announcing the chest operating costs and campaign
goal, more than 600 people repre- cxpenses, which are only six per
senting business, labor, religious cenl reserves for collections and
groups, civic groups and the com-; stu(|y projects brought the total
raunity at large took part in the nunjnium requests to the Chest to
establishment of this minimum $1,650,000.
total for welfare needs in Dade i } H Brock cnairman 0f the
county during the coming year. | chest Goa| Commjttee. announced
Agencies supported by tiie Chest j his grw)p ha(, sc( (ne $1,529,000
_________-----! quota after considering the re-
quests of the budget committee and
appraising the job of raising 11.6
per cent more 'his year after the
Chest had doubled its total raised
over the past six years.
During the last 12 months Com-
munity Chest agencies have served
more than 96.000 people through
the health, welfare and youth pro-
grams in the 29 organizations. In
addition to this increase of nearly
26.000 services over last year, cer-
tain new services have been re-
quested to cover areas of Dade
county whose welfare needs have
been neglected, due to insufficient
funds for such purposes.
The 1955 census shows nearly
112.000 persons are now living in
this area with approximately 36
per cent of this population under
20 vears of age. An increase in rec-
reational facilities and programs
is considered vital to the welfare
of that section.
The Visiting Nurse Assn., now
carrying some 25,000 visits to the
homebound sick each year, still has
only one nurse for each 46.600 per-
sons in Dade county The national
ratio is one nurse for each 25.000
...______persons. To meet this national
,..,, the Visiting Nurse Assn.
would need 13 more nurses. How-
ever the organization is gearing is
program to do the job with only
three additional nurses.
Jewish Family Service has re-
quested additional funds to help
them meet the growing problems of
the aged Jewish population in the
Imunity. The CUM **
Society has asked for additional
funds for their new projects to
I,,,,,., ,, liriwed mother problem
in Dade county.
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"Night after night murderous gangs penetrate
into Israel stealing, plundering, burning, de-
stroying, killing What nation can stand
idly by .?" The 1949 Armistice was sup-
posed to end the carnage but it didn't. Top
(left) children leave a bomb shelter after an air
raid drill. Top (right) Prime Minister Ben Gurion
joins in stringing barbed wire Ixnncadjj
the Gaza border shortly before titt
campaign. Bottom (left) shows all that i
of a home in a border settlement after ml
raid. Right, Israelis of all age* bets'
civilian defenses.
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.Jerusalem
What does one Christian Min-
ister an evangelistic mission-
ary think of Israel and its rela-
tions to the Arab states^" All Is-
raelis find that in his feelings and
writings-the Rev. William L. Hull,
of the Zion Christian Mission in
the Street of Prophets in Jerusa-
lem, is a Zionist of the highest
order. His views are based on 21
years of residence in this country,
the overwhelming part of them
spent in Jerusalem.
He has watched with the impar-
tial eyes of a trained observer,
and recorded in his book. The
Fall and Rise of Israel." every
important event which has shap-
ed the history of Israel. He has
tempered his observations with a
meticulous examination and dta>
section Of dry. factual records
00 ~nme the ink was scarcely dry.
on others it was scarcely legible.
In nut~hll. Rov Hull believi -
that Kracl has not adequately
presented n- ease to the world,
particularly tJ recards the Arab
infiltration raids and Israel's re-
taliatory and punitive raids.
The IN Truce Supervision Or-
ganization had failed in its pur-
pose of maintaining peace on the
borders.
Zionism in its beginnings had
one major purpose and aim. Rev.
Hull states, and that was to put
an end to the defenselessncss of
the Jewish people. Jewish lead-
ers and the Jewish people were
determined that they must have a
land of their own where they
would be free; free to live as hu-
man beings; free to defend them-
selves from murderous attacks
and pogroms; free to offer a se-
cure haven to persecuted Jews
from any country in the world.
Anti-Semitism is not only de-
moralizing to the Semite, it is
even more demoralizing to those
who commit the brutal and mur-
derous attacks. It is a cancer in
the soul of humanity which must
be eliminated.
Thus the State of Israel ful-
fills a two-fold function. First,
it offers a haven to Jews from
countries where they are not
wanted Second, the moral de-
gradation and hrutalization of
non Jews through, anti Semitic
act.s is prevented by removing
Jews from their midst
Yet in spite of the very appar-
ent benefit to mankind, both Jew-
ish and non-Jewish, of a Jewish
national home as embodied in the
States of Israel, there are nation-
(not all of them Arab) who even
to this very day visualize and de-
sire the elimination, or at the very
least the truncation, of the State
and the Land of Israel;
positively helped or
the young stale jg fe-i
lie for existence akf|
forts tn provide a reftnjei
dreds of thousand' ^f in
ugees. Many have satjMJ
der this great hunvuta
terpn-o and even today f
vain lies to discredit I
scheme asainst her
nation has expressed its4
ination to wipe out
hungrily reaches for I
both West and East toi
this purpose, yet at tbel
voicing violent protests!
rael is permitted by sesrij
to buy a meagre supply I
lor -elf-defense
Night after night
gangs penetrate into I
ing. plundering, bumotl
ling. These arestj
trollable acts of in
dividuals or groups bull
erately organized by Arrt|
ment- and are committal I
specially trained for tlttj
acts
World leaders and Art
tary-Oeneral 'of the IS I
Israel: "Be calm.contra^
do not retaliate." WW.l
can stand idly by and
national-, ooth civilian*^
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\urageous Fighter Spoke at Confab
shocked him. Whtfli Lilienthal fin- nitz for Israel, invited him to speak
shed Benitez gained recognmon of, at an Israel Bond dinner m Chi-
the chairman. Speaking in a voice cago. Not only did he speak but
reverberating with emotion, Benitz he pledged $50,000 in Bond pur-
expressed the admiration of the chases by Puerto Rico. He returned
Puerto Ricn people for Israel and to San Juan, helped organize the
Ziorusnv He emphasized that first Israel Bond dinner there, and
Puerto Rican delegates would vote raised about $60,000 James Grover
against any anti-Israel plank urged JMacDonald, first U.S. Ambassador
by Lilienthal to Israei flew ,0 Puerto RJco
An idealist whose admiration of speak. Benitz saw five friends sell-
Israel is seemingly unbounded, Be-]ing each a $5,000 bond. Subseq'uent-
nitez said later that he plans to ly, Benitz visited the Virgin Islands
visit Israel next year "unless the to advance Bond sales there
Arabs attack and I have to go soon-1 Today Benitez is an "Honorary
erT",." voluntt?r*' cit" f Israel. This distinction
Benitez sees Puerto Rico, an un- was conferred upon him by Israel
derdeveloped land striving toward diplomats. He was invited to Israel
progress, as similar to Israel. To h> Moshe Tov, Israel specialist on
him, the Zionist concept is mean- American affairs. Israel Min-
' .. ister Reuven Shiloah Pinches La-
ingful. He feels, too, that Jewish VOn. and others have noted his ef-
. t0 agitate against the Puerto Ricans have contributed forts.
much to the island. Benitez is looking forward to
Years ago, a Chicago friend, vis.iting Israel- desP'le his many
>. ,. activities in Puerto Ricco. Apart
knowing of the affinity felt by Be- fr0m his chairmanship of the Demo-
cratic party, he conducts a radio
Washington
-mus fighter for Israel
PV the Democratic Nation-
J,ion this past summer in
!I of Jose A. Benitez, chair-
*JSe Democratic State Com-
,"f Puerto Rico.
Platform Committee saw the
E spectacle of Benitez, a
Supporting Israel In argu-
,,ist the anti-Israel propa-
AKred M. Lilienthal, of
"origin. Benitez was a Puerto
[delegate to the convention.
[thai, who has identified nim-
mth Republican right-wing
, came to testify before the
j committee against Israel.
eling of the committee was
lienthal intruded with provo-
i State.
ei listened in alarm at Lil-
testimony. The extremism
ich Firm Moves
[Larger Quarters
jve to new. larger quarters
j Purdy ave. has been made
! firms of Newman, Stern and
Jell, advertising and Mandell
nan. public relations.
i move, which has more than
jed our floor space, was caus-
i expanding operation and add-
trsonnel," Stuart G. Newman,
A. Stern and Irv Mandell,
fcers in the firms said. The
ties have a portion of the sec-
oor of Beach Marine bldg.
public relations firm was
fled in 1946. and expandede in-
dvertising when Stern joined
Idell and Newman in February,
ist of the agencies' clients are
advertising and public rela-
, Dual clients include Bank of
ti Beach. Avensa Airlines, Key
By of Marathon Shores, Yel-
System, Carlton Terrace
nents, Lnmhardy hotel and
Dade County,
nong those served by the ad-
firm are Fontainebleau,
len Strand. Colonade and Riv-
of-Haiti hotels, Golden Nugget
Frontier motels and vari-
Iresorts.
bblic relations clients exclusive-
pclude National Linen Supply
ute and Florida State Veter-
Medical Assn.
two agencies also maintain
1 in New York, Chicago and
Orlcan-.
ten Agers in Party
Olden Age Friendship club of
I Beach Branch, Greater Miami
Ish Community Center, will
I its annual Chanuka party Sun-
afternoon. Highlights of the
|y will be a Chanuka skit, ac-
ting to Joseph Horowitz, pres-
et of the club.
' Greetings U All Oar fihmit
Giovanni's
Restaurant
ITALIAN FOODS
'os n.w. 7k mm
MIAMI, FLORIDA
rhont PL 9 M0?
and television program in Puerto
Rico. He also is an unofficial "Am-
bassador" between Puerto Rico and
fashion Guild Gift Swells
Scholarship fund to $8,000
A check for $750, presented to Puerto Ricans living in New York.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice pres- He mains an office in New York,
ident of the University of Miami, by | To him Zionism is consistent
the Miami Beach Men's Fashion with good Americanism because he
Guild, highlighted Tuesday's ninth knows that the love of Puerto Ri-
annual Guild dinner. cans for their island in no way im-
The check brings the Guilds pairs their patriotism as Ameri-
total scholarship fund to the Uni- cans. Benitz served in World War
versity of Miami to $8,000. Two as a Staff Sergeant in the U.S.
, .. Army. He loathes totalitarianism.
Recipients of the fund were Ed- He appreciates the aid rendered by
win Flatto, Miami Beach; Louis E. many Jews to a fellow minority that
Sherouse, Coral Gables; Frank D. suffers varying measures of dis-
Wallberg Hialeah; Edwin H. Han- crimination in the United States. Of
kin, Miami Beach; Phillip J. Ma. "MenthalMhe individual of Jewish
Km, i.. i m Dlrth wno works against the Jew-
din.. Brooklyn; and Bernard Bal- .^ ^ ^.^ ^ ^ tQ ^
sam. Miami Beach. ^^ hjs ^
More than 270 government and _______'_--------.,--------------------
leaders, including Florida's
Gov. Fuller Warren, at-.
civic
former
tended the dinner at the Saxony
hotel in Miami Beach.
UM Dean Bitter
Attends Confab
John Bitter, dean of the Univer-
sity of Miami school of music and
conductor of the Symphony Orches-
tra, attended the 32nd annua
meeting of the National Assn. of
Schools of Music at the Statler
hotel. Cleveland. O.. Nov. 22
through 24. The University of Mi-
ami has been a member of NASM
since 1933.
The association was founded in
1924 by a small group of schools
for the purpose of establishing edu-
cational objectives in music and
has grown until it now includes
225 of the leading universities, col-
leges and conservatories in the
land.
While in Cleveland Bitter con-
ferred with officials of the Cleve-
land Symphony Orchestra concern-
ing modern American compositions
appearing on their programs.
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David Ben Gurion on His 70th Birtl
BY DAVID SCHWARTZ "* II
It was
America,
on and
America
America has a special reason
for taking note of the 70th birth-
day of David Ben Gurion. A head-
line such as "Former Brooklyn-
ite Becomes Prime Minister'
would not he out of harmony
with the facts Ben Gurion lived
for a time in the town of the Na-
tional League champs. He married
his wife in America and his first
child was horn here. But he got
more than his famtjj in America
There is no question but that his
political philosophy has been col-
ored by his American experiences.
Ben Gurion first came to
America along with Ben Zvi. the
President of Israel, and others
who arc today at the helm of the
Jewish State. Some day historians
will recognize this story, as not
only a part of the history of the
Jewish State but also as part of
American history, for the history
of a country is not only its inner
Malory, but the story of its in-
fluence on others.
It was after the outbreak of the
first World War that Ben Gurion
passed the statue of the Goddess
of Liberty in New York harbor.
He had been expelled by the
Turks, gone to Egypt and from
there managed to board a boat for
America
a lively time to be in
A world war was going
many were fleeing to
Prohibition was being
discussed. Suffragettes were pa-
rading and some, picketing the
White House, were being loaded
into police "black marias." The
war had awakened Jewry to a
consciousness of its international
importance. The Peoples Relief,
one of the predecessors of the
Joint Distribution Committee,
was being organized and Ben
Gurion became active in that
work. Louis D. Brandeis had
emerged as a leader of American
Zionism.
Ben Gurion. of course, could
not forget Zion. From his child-
hood. Zionism had overshadowed
everything. There is a legend
that in hi* early teens, he wrote
a letter to Theodore Herzl pro-
posing that he come to Vienna to
work as a kind of "office boy"
for Herzl.
I do not know that any Ameri-
can Jews foresaw Ben Gurion as
a future Prime Minister at that
time, although he was respected
as one of the dynamic young
Zionists. Certainly, he didn't live
like a future Prime Minister He
had an inexpensive room in
Brooklyn.
They tell the story that when
Ben Gurion and a boyhood friend.
Borakoff. shared a room, the
landlord came rushing upstairs,
alarmed by raised voices within.
He found Ben Gurion and Bora-
koff heatedly debating whether
the window should be closed or
open* Ben Gurion was for kacping
the window open and Borakoff
wanted it closed. "Chaverim"
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. and the Jewish peoplo were determined thai*.
have a land of th.tr own where they would be Z J
defend themlvoo from murderous attacks "
(comrades) asked the landload.
"why are you arguing? The win-
dows have no panes."
The Brooklyn room was noth-
ing to brag about. However, com-
fort never meant much to Ben
Gurion. He wasn't in the room
much, anyway.
You could find him more often
down in a restaurant at Good-
mans celler on East Broad-
way where the Yiddish intellect-
uals gathered. This was not far
from the Second ave. cafe where
another refugee. Leon Trotzky.
was thinking other kinds of
thoughts. Rut that was only in off
hours, for Ben Gurion led a busy
life. He threw himself into the
maelstrom of the Jewish world.
He wrote for Labor Zionist peri-
odicals and became a leader in
the movement to establish the
American Jewish Congress.
One day he was late for a Con-
gress meeting. "Why are you so
late?" he was asked. "Congratu-
late me." he said, "I just got
married." No one had known'any-
thing about it His faculty for act-
ing with dispatch predates Ml
emergence as a statesman.
Later Ben Gurion became one
of the leaders of the movement
for the organization of a Jewish
Legion and was one of the first to
enlist in it. By now. he was not
only a married man but a father,
but again we see Ben Gurion has
no hesitation about his aims. He
shoulders a gun and goes off to
fight. I
Ben Gurion returned to Amen
a many years later, at the time1
of the famous Biltmore Zionist
Congress. He was an advocate of
a Jewish Commonwealth at the
time when many Zionists ware
more moderate in their demands.
Ben Gurion could frequently be
seen debating in the Jewish Agen-
cy office the case for a Common-
wealth with the "gradualists."
He remained in An
a year this time. He ,J
first experience then
over the radio. Some rq
time when he came oj
brordcasting room the |
exuding weariness. "|_
vanr (Talk tothewtf)!
liusted. He didn't
kind of speaking. He",
speak to a live audience.
He has never liked saail
other modes of modem i
making. A speech t]
"ghosted" for him. it'si
speech." he said, "but
me." He writes his own t,
The fact is he never delin
the^e. He writes a
When he gets up, headlifl
one.
His las; visit to the I'i|
was to launch the State i
Bond drive. Again we
Gurion's quick sensing
crux of the matter,
by deci-ive action. Sonej
in the finance had pn
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Page SC
Type of Folk Art Emerges in Israel
f There are "Sunday
,., the kibbutam and Is-
1 art colonies, compar-
.'fl, bank of Paris
trfj wrk in conditions
C comparable to the tra-
|of the best garrets. A Pic-
, Matisse may amass
in 'paintini: but most ar-
LBolimprdedhyanybur-
Fwealth If tbev can follow
rt ni have with it a loaf
jj, "dayenu" as we say In
Ler. there is a type- of
Cvberalli'd folk art which
Isteadv commercial value
| development has been one
hnsune surprises of Israel.
I|k or inrln-trial art has
> one of the top Israeli ex-
, America especially no-
te in the (hanuka season.
Ijre no less than 4.500 Amer-
kops in America at present
Israeli gift ware of this
. u is being purchased
Mi the length and breadth
lerica by Jews and non-Jews
j qtri'^ins thing is that it is
Bevelopment of the last few
(In 1906. Boris Schat?. found-
iBezalel school in Jerumlm
[in craftsmen, but the first
I War left that a wreck. Still
is left. After the
I War Isaac Cbarcnat,
fcsent an Official of the Is-
| r of Com-
I ned to be in Jew-
I H once, attracted by
%\ children looking at some
n in Jerusalem peering at
m ndow. One
|t. i r wli.it Ik-
ed the store.
kt a hand I il of tonM minor
|: tliem to the
ater forgot the look of joy
that came into the faces of the
children. Some seven years ago,
Charchat, whose business is the
financing of imports and exports
throushout the world, decided to
see what he could do to stimu-
late the export of such objects
from Israel. The financing had to
go beyond ordinary routes. It was
a matter of helping people with
vision in the making as well as
in the selling. Fortunately by this
time many refugee artists had
come to Israel. Most of them had
taken any job that offered itself,
working on the fields or in the
hnrtjor. They eagerly embraced
the opportunity to enter the new
field. Israeli artwarc took on a
new aspect. The old treatments of
the Wailing Wall and such things
were done away with.
The motifs were ultra-modern,
yet the indigenous aspects of Is-
rael were not forgotten. The fact
is that the field of art is unique
for the prizing of individuality.
The Israeli artists are continually
in search of new designs. One
firm of Israeli artware offers no
less than 44 different designs of
the Menorah, for example, and
today, oddly enough, Israeli-made
Menorahs sell to non-Jews as well
as Jews. There are hundreds of
different objects of metal ware,
bases, ash trays, decorative wall
objects that are now being ex-
ported and sold in America and
every year has shown a steady
rise.
But metal wire does not pre-
empt the list of art product- Sev-
eral yean Bgo, the problem arose
of helping to find some kind of
work for the women of one Is-
raeli village. A refugee artist
made some hand dolls d
in oriental style*. T iday the worn-
en <>f that village as sev-
eral other small em-
ployed making these "character
dolls" which are ba anting a grow-
ing export item for America.
For ('hanuka. Israeli-made can-
dles have become popular in
America. Israel Wolsky, one of
the leaders in the import of Is-
raeli products in America showed
the present writer an order for
("hanuka candles for 44 Wool-
worth stores.
Israeli pottery is becoming a
growing item of Israeli export.
Four years ago, the chairman of
the Israeli Bond drive, picking
up a handful of Negev sand, de-
clared it might constitute the
fortune of Israel. From that sand,
a great ceramics industry is be-
ing built up. helped with the
finances of Israel Bonds.
Then are several reasons why
the artcraft export may look for-
ward to an increasing future. In
the first place. Israel does not
need to import the raw material.'
She has the sands and the metal!
for their manufacture. Secondly
there is no want of artists and
gifted artisans. The Yemenites
have a long tradition in silver,
craft and the Persian Jews in Is- ]
rael have brought to it experience!
in weaving and lastly the market
for Israeli art products is not
limited to Jews. A thing of beauty
is prized the world over, and art
products from Israel have a spec-
ial value to the non-Jew as to the
Jew for being souveniors of the
Holy Land.
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Yesterdays Politicos Were Tom
DOLITICS is politics. When Jef-
ferson ran for the Presiden-
cy, it was said that if elected, he
would burn all the Bibles in the
country and put the preachers in
the front line in the event of 'var.
Andrew Jackson was accused of
being an infidel. He just hadn't
gotten around to joining the
church. Later, he wanted to join
up but decided not to do it until
after he retired from the Presi-
dency. He explained that if he
joined a church during his race
for the Presidency, it would be
said that his motive was political.
Henry Clay, running for the
Presidency, was accused of trav-
eling on the Sabbath. Strangely
enoilgh. it does not seem that
much was made of his excessive
card playing Mrs. Clay didn't ob-
ject to his gambling explaining
'he most always wins."
Lincoln in his race was accused
of being ah infidel, and it was
also charged that he had been a
member of the "Know Nothings "
Lincoln asked his Jewish friend
Abraham Jonas, to clear him of
the latter charge. Lincoln's run
ning mate, Hannibal Hamlin, was
accused of having colored blood
The religious issue did turn the
tide in the campaign of Cleveland
and Blaine. A Protestant clergy-
man, heading a delegation paying
their respects to Blaine, referred
to Cleveland as the candidate of
"Rum. Romanism and Rebellion "
Blaine let the remark pass by in
silence, and the Democrats made
the most of it. There was a last
minute turn of New York Cath-
Portent bSiff
Smith against hW
a very wwi'g*
?as"> have beenXA
h,s religion pJj^
? charged ,*
Smith would owel|;
8,a"ce to Rome ft ""
"> fact that the I
mented statement, m
sources. ansW6n <
t.on. was writtaa\7
Judge Joseph Prosk.J'
APresidentUln^S
b"e for the ,,3
f,rs V.dd.sh
country, it goes WJy *
time when Horace Greed
ably America's grea^f
ran against Grant. GreoW.
cording to .some J
vailed upon several Jenfl
the Yiddish paper as i,
project.
Greeley lost the ,1^
campaign which was |
fought that it brought L
death He died soon afterM
tion. He complained that M
been so abused in the rail
one mmht think he was i
"for the penitentiary,.
the Presidency." Thorn
days for candidates. Oor|
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Mrs. Moise S. Cahn, of Now OrloKina, preaident of the Notion-
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the Woodrow Wilson Foundation to Dr. Frank P. Graham,
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at a meeting in New York recently on the occasion of a
special Woodrow Wilson centennial event
Physician in local M
Greater Miami Lay
Assn. met Monday eveniaji
Community Services Mdg,all
1st st. Guest speaker till
Morton D. Bogdonoff, at 1
a discussion of "Trouble I
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Mirmelli, Marshall Brown, Samuel L Aa
Lieut. Siegendorf. Carl Sonntag. Ann_
Yedlin. Arthur Spolter and Stanley "
Forward is Lloyd Milton Siegendorf. fe*j
student at the Academy, who has been r
mascot of the Safety Patrol.
Ji
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7. 1956
Mttftfl^JM
,yStory that 'Broke' Despite an Official News Blackout
A EM HAS everything, even its "cloak and with a senior official of the Syrian Foreivn Mln.
Page 7C
he&LEM Ma "='"- "
- mPn or in this case a woman
tf'th Marv Frances Hagan, a 29-year-old
tl nian was sentenced to one year In prison
for Syria. (The maximum sentence is 14
""?' was found guilty on two counts of
the Official Secrets Act by the President
jenisalcm District Qourt. Dr. Benjamin
, intriguing part of the story was that
Ci authorities attempted to black out all
r?l., arrc.st and the specific charges against
n Halevi issued an order forbidding the
*iinn of nor name, or her picture, or any-
hat might identify "Madame X," and allowed
. of the court proceedings, held behind
Pdoors. to leak out. The security authorities
mposed a similar ban. ,
bit enterprising Israel journalists, undaunted
; official veil of secrecy, dug out the facts
Imselves It was a difficult job, but not an
Kihle one For Miss Hagan had talked to
I Questioned them closely. These, in turn,
Ireadv to tell all they knew. She had signed
1 registers, and since she had to display her
Lt to do so, her name became known. Inci-
||y, she si;:ned as a "student," although she
[posed as a -journalist."
|iss Hagan. it became evident, had taken
Graduate courses in philosophy and theology
Lmbia and at the Union Theological Sem-
i She had become extremely pro-Arab, gui-ted
jjs direction, no doubt, by her acquaintance
v. th a senior off,nal of the Syrian Form,
K?! nye.b ,Kayal' Durin* her s,av in Israel she
had coIlecteu lnforma(ion (hat wou)d h ^
the enemy.
But despite this information, only generalities
could be pnntcd in Israel, for the court and secur-
ity hns remained in force.
The story, however, was broken just as dra-
matically as it was obtained. The Israel corre-
spondent of the New York Times flew to Nicosia
Cyprus, and cabled the story and her name to his
paper. In a few hours the wire agencies picked it
up and flashed it around the world even to
Israel. But in Israel neither her name nor her
picture could be printed, even thought the St te
Department had issued a statement saving she was
not being tried for spying for the U.S. Her half-
brother in West Virginia, Dr. Charles Hagan. re-
vealed her relationship with the Syrian ofticial.
Five Israel newspaper, however, broke the
ban. One even printed a famed picture. (The
papers have been charged and their responsible
editors are to stand trial.) Finally, after Miss Hagan
was sentenced in open court, the blackout was of-
ficially lifted.
The most singular thing about her "adventure"
in Israel is that had she approached the Israel
officials frankly as pro-Arab." and asked to hear
and see Israel's "side of the picture." she would
have learned more. Everyone, convinced of the
necessity of turning a pro-Arab into a pro-Israeli,
would have showered her with fads. The Israel
authorities did this for an Egyptian journalist
some months ago.
sic, Arts League Picks Binder Again
nan A. Binder has been re-
| president of Miami Beach
I Alts League.__________
piny Students Mark
giving With Ploy
tnksgiving Today." a playlet
bed to Thanksgiving Day,
presented by third grade
of the Hebrew Academy
rek.
I playlet was written by Miss
*vin. third grade instructor.
(Alexander S. Gross, pxinci-
tintroduced the program.
Vaffa Krupnik accompanied
|ts on' the piano. Mrs. Sylvia
Academy parents, was in
I of costumes.
its participating in the
were Pearl Attias, Ron-
an. Penny J. Berk, Shel-
er, Neal Farr. Harold Feit,
tFirtel, Estelle Finkelstein,
Fried, Helena Fruchter,
[Klein, Sylvia Leon, Leonard
, Paula Massry, Martin Pai-
on Pollack. Judith Reinhard.
I Reinhanl. Ann Selevan and
i Stern.
Other officers named at a recent
meeting in the Roney Plaza hotel
are Alexander Dellerson and Harry
L. Webb, vice presidents: Edwin
Marger, treasurer; Gustave Free-
man, executive secretary; Ruth
Freeman, recording secretary; Le-
nore Hauer, corresponding secre-
tary; and Roberta S. Zaager, finan-
cial secretary.
Two-year directors are Lionel
Cashman, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
Jackie C. Hall, Albert Hauer and
Mra. Bertha H. Webb. One-year di-
rectors are Mrs. Lillian Block. Louis
B. Hoherman, Mrs. Bertha E. King,
Mrs. Rose Kogan and Robert Strass-
burg.
Installation dinner is due late
in January.
wodisf Opens Office;
need in Pennsylvania
ISimnn .1. Wikier, chiropodist
ormerly practiced in I.ancas-
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MM., Miami.
Wkler is the author of "Your
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for a non-disabling infants
[construction which has re-
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spapers.
HERMAN BIHDU
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dent of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America as Mrs.
Reuben Galni. national membership chairman, looks on
Presentation highlighted leadership tea launchtng Mizrachi
Women's membership campaign in Gracie Mansion
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Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
As a Jew who loves his people
and admires their accomplish-
ments in Israel. I must be a Zion-
ist. As a Zionist, who is re-settling
in Florida and wants to keep in
touch with Jewish affairs. I am
glad that there is The Jewish
Flo'ridian available to mc.
As an American citizen, however,
I have been deeply pained by the
lack <>f "objectivity" in your treat-
ment and interpretation of U.S.
policy in the Middle East. The cur-
rent issue, for instance, carries a
headline: "Former U.S. Ambassa-
dor Says Near East Peace Depends
on Elsenhower Strength."
Or Mindlin"* "McDonald Tells
Floridian President Can Bring
Arabs to Accept Proffer of Friend-
ship Or his: "Confused American
leadership."
Such statements, totally lacking
in restraint, denote a political par-
| tisanship quite unbecoming to a
I "milder of public opinion." The
] election is over. Eisenhower is be-
i ing credited widely an J by many
Democrats with absolute sincer-
ity as well as unique capacity for
the job in hand.
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from both sides in his pursuit of
what i> fair what is just and
whit is good for his country and
|he world. Until you see a much
clearer indication of unfairness to
Isratl than has yet appeared, you
- and all of us should reserve
judgment.
Is it peers.,-irv to be disloyal to
one- own country .whichever it is)
in order to lie loyal to Israel |s n
not possible to work (or brae] with-
in the framework of our govern-
meat's policy'.' And when we dis-
agree is it not possible to state our
without indulging In
aonaUtJaa" which accentuate our
pad for our government?
Who cares whether wer is
or Dulles is Mvand o"r
Why not confine out -elves and our
criticism to specific items which we
believe are a| for ) our
country; b) larai I i rldt
If you could hem our
people around lobbies, the caban-
nai and the in aj
in what you are laying, and in the
same wsj. too, you would wander
I: they follow you. then it points up
your responsibility If you follow
them, if you txe merely writing
what you think would he "pleas-
i order to gain circulation,
then you arc miming the oppor-
tunity to "lead" constructively.
Just give us Qm facts. Don't "slant"'
them. Let u> draw our own con-
clusions. An^editor's opinion should
be limited to his editorials.
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have little weight, our opinions
will have no respect, our Influence
will diminish if what we say and
do is not respected by the rest of
mankind. We can not "insulate"
ourselves and live and think with
and for the Jew alone. We are still
members of the human race and cit-
izens of our respective countries.
We should act accordingly.
WILLIAM WEINER
Miami Beach
EDITOR'S NOTE: The story to
which Reader Welner refers ap-
peared eti ta#e 1 of The Jewish
Floridian Nov. 23 and la errone-
ously called "Mlndlin's." Roth
headlines, es well as The Jewish
Floridian staff-written copyright
story, quote Ambassador McDon-
ald verbatim during an exclusive
interview. As such, the opinions
and wording are completely Am-
bassador McDonald's. In the mat-
ter of "confused American leader-
ship," a phrase appearing in hit
"During the Week ... es I see
it" of the same Nov. 23 issue.
Columnist Mindlin comments: "I
have never in the pest, nor do I
now, doubt the sincerity of Presi-
dent Eisenhower. It is true, as Mr.
Weiner writes, that 'Eisenhower
is being credited widely with .
unique ceeacity for the job in
hand.' The American peopla
proved their belief in this Nov. 4.
However, neither credit nor sin-
cerity has anything to do with the
larger issues. I must also reject
the notion that criticism of Ameri-
can leadership means being 'dis-
loyal to one's own country.' The
imolications of such a notion are
terrifying."
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
Should a House of Wor-hip have
an entrance roped-in? I am a
istered American .lew of floi
I extended an invitation to Nor-
thern friends of mine to visit Tem-
ple Enianu -Kl. 1701 Washington
ave Miami Beach, for Friday eve-
ning* Oneg Shabbat services Nov
23.
We rived at the Temple about
7 p.m., together with another 100
adult Jewish men and women. It
wai a rather cold and strong-blow-
ing wind that evening. The en-
trance was roped in. causing us to
crowd together and also avoid the
strength of the blowing wind.
About 7:30 p.m., a woman came
out of the warm entrance of the
Temple and. approaching the "o'd
Jewish worshippers," had the
audacity to address the shivorini:
audience: "(Jo home. It's for mem-
bers only."
The nerve to chase "old" Jew-
ish men and women from a EfoRM
of Worship!
I was informed by a member
a friend of mine that the Tem-
ple was half empty, including the
balcony. So there can be no alibi
that the Temple was overcrowded.
Is this Temple for the privileged
only? The rich owners of hotels?
CHARLES W. ROTHSTEIN
Miami Beach
W"tor. The J,wilh ^
n respond ^ ,w .***
C18m you received J?te*
problem of 2^
Emanu-El on ?r ? *
'"ouldlikelo^/"*
the "shers of ourZb-
For many years*"*
unique problem Z ^,
'Jo^jnd woi;1^
I tend our serricesertSSa
In.ng. Considering ,&
have a membership\ 7
.families, the problem '
understandable Fo 1" ,*,
* have nprtltTa
^nds of systems where! 21
ibm would be permiS*!
|the synagogue and ZuS
> time non-members *hu k
I in the remaining sem l
jimum of confusion and n
'. Manv d'erent metkjaJ
been attempted, and it 7J
til we instituted the 3
roped-of f entrance with ,7
entrance for non-memheri it
were able to uke cart afesg
bers and their fanilj -.,
vince them that attend^
in their Temple on Fridn 4
was not an impossibility.
I know that it ,s very ^
for many people to unikuiefl
why such methods should be |
sary, but having sened km
man of the ushers committel
the past ten years, I tan otkJ
that there is no other way
ALFRBO STONE '
Miami Beach
Chairmen,
Ushers of Ttmele I
Israel Doesn't fcl|
Story Adequately |
Continued from Page X |
tary, murdered If :V
do nothii
laken I \ |
not hi in *
tin tmirdi rou- attfJlL
No individual uual
censured the Ar.-.h- or nil
help Israel to defend be
the face of consttnl sraj
and attaekl Why a '
standard demanded
r than any other _sovereip I
uld nuree to foril
Israel de-ires and lap]
peace.
the UN ha- failedke]
the murderous Arab attn
rael has been forced to I
ti is into her own hands.I
no other choice The rusaJ
peace reigned for several I
I on tin borders of kbnw
Syria is because noreteatl
had taken place or I-tatl
! these two countries, heaa I
had no occasion to take |
action
If the IN cannot P",aSl
her own member nations J
frain from attacking Israel.i
member of the IN, theal
must protect herself and
of her citizens. Loss of WJ
plorable, whether it*
or Arab, and should be
if at all possible.
CHANUKA cmr/Ncs
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Phone Victor 4-9771
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
[e Ray Pearson siqns original charter
Tqe of Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320
rmo ave., to Temple Judea, marking
ue development of congregation in a few
a from membership of 24 to over 400 Into-
fed families, with full program of religious,
aa\ and social activities. Witnessing
qe are Sam Weisel, past president; Nath-
an Winokur, president; Judge Sam Silver,
charter president, Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spir-
itual leader; Sol Rovin, treasurer; Dave Pull-
man, corresponding secretary; and Jack Falk,
parliamentarian. Temple Judea i a Liberal
congregation affiliated with Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
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Fascinating Discoveries in 0/fe
Washington
About 1950 years ago a mag-
nificent city of fabulous wealth
was erected and named Caesarea
after Caesar Augustus. Archaeol-
ogical treasures from this one-
glorious city have now been found
in Israeli waters, the American-
Israel Society in Washington has
made known.
Tlie discovery was made by hus-
band and wife Kdwin and Marion
Link, noted American underwater
explorers. Their expedition was
sponsored by the American-Israel
Society.
The Links set out for Israel in
September equipped with only a
clue and a theory, apart from
their skill and enthusiasm. The
clue was presented by Israeli
fishermen who in their pursuit of
a good catch were netting fish
and hundreds of ancient jars as
well. The theory was advanced by
Israeli archaeologists who thought
the jars were simply necessary
utensils for ancient ships which
probably were wrecked and now
buried in the sea not far from
the areas where the jars were
found.
Ancient jars? Sunken ships?
Perhaps a submerged harbor?
This was enough to entice the
Links. And not without profit.
They found all this and more.
When the Links recently re-
turned here following a 10-day
search in Israeli waters, they re-
ported that storehouse of arch-
aeological treasures submerged
off the Israeli Mediterranean
coast are just awaiting recovery
At Caesarea, the Links found
a sunken harbor, huge marble
blocks, a well-preserved Roman
stone coffin, jugs, and evidences
of many other artifacts. At Acre,
they came upon an inscribed tar>
let on the harbor floor. And at
the Sea of Galilee, they discov-
ered two wooden boats. At all
these points, the LinkS believe
that drifted sand has preserved
much more than they found on
their initial and limited expedi-
tion.
The Links plan to return to
Israel in the fall of 1957 for the
full-scale expedition. At this time,
the objects will be recovered from
the sea with the help of another
skin-diver and the use of a spec-
ially equipped boat. The second
expedition will be sponsored by
the American-Israel Society in
preparation with a leading Amer-
ican museum and with the assist-
ance of the Israeli Government.
But what about this "stuff"
the Links found? What is its sig-
nificance? Is this really a bonan-
za? Who or what is inside that
stone coffin? u ..
ab0?rd lh0* wooS1
so, how much? ^
B"t quite part [nm
n already be JS
'de*t.f,ed, dated, j
"ea!* our intri]
tae of ,he m 1
Mayor of Jerusalem Gershor. Aaron and Mr. Chaya Surchin,
national president of Pioneer Women, celebrate Pioneer
Women's 31st birthday and officially open the national mem-
bership drive of the Women's Labor Zionist Organisation of
America. Ceremony was held recently at the Alamac hotel
in New York. The organization has set a goal of 5,000 new
members during the campaign which will end Dec. 6.
tl. *""' 'or
The sunken harbor tf
*<* the UnkTi"
originally built b
Great who gov,,^'
Rome. The hug, mirtk*
Caesarea have been ^
the foundation for 11_
colossus erected by iwl
Herod, according l0 *
historian Flavius Jo
turned a decayed ,
into a place wortny of,
to Rome.
Somewhere betweei .
and 110 A.D., W,,]
" he (Herod) set i_
ning a magnificent city (L,
there, and erected maayi
with great care all i
white stone He also y
with the most sumptuoBj
... and what was the gnttj
most laborious work fj
adorned it withaiawil*
sunken harbor) iheltersfl
the waves of the sea.
At another point be t
"Herod laid oat pass toward the land a I
sufficient tor a knsr
great fleets might lie s]
and this he effected by j
down huge stones of
feet in length and not 1^
18 in breadth (the hnl
the Links found wercii
18 feet)
Josephus continue? a]
about the beautiful toim(
on these stones. He talks!
derwater vaults and
a seaside amphitheatre
Ke-K there is more to I
and perhaps more to fan
at the Sea of Galilee, uj
found the wooden boats I
an excellent state of |
to suggest that other |
served relics could be I
possibly some dating bat]
time St. Peter did his I
there Surely there ill
seemingly manymorei
be brought up from III I
waters which lib ft)]
Sea Scrolls will an]
about for a long time. |
Garden Class i Visif
Garden class of thr'
Division of Chamber off
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Harbor, will meet W
morning at Fairchild Tn
den. 10901 Old Cutler *J
Gables, with instructor 1^
Baumgartner, Sr. Mrs.
Mindes Is chairman of o(
class.
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from Ptttt-
, retired r*al
Pij ;" survlvlim WO
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,l.m and M,
jirk"''-
|SS "'., |i ,-nme her* 23
!",J V..rk. surviving
'KI fi..n>M: three daunh.
' HI,'- M.-kln. Mr.. Raul
dt^- "> n"w v,,rk
KJV "" n*I> '0'
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,,.h,ir Kerwtn:
fifti *> Adeline Knpelkiv
pMariivn Brnfman; unit a ela-
te, an* hartal were In New-
K l,;d m .nu-.in.-nt-. by Oor-
j,f,! Horn*.
IBS CECILIA N. WILD
E| Cleveland rd.. annual w In-
-'< lii Chicago, wnn
Uordon turn-nil Hume In charge ol ..i-
rancemente.
BENJAMIN ARONOVITCH
en, of 1474 ;iv imi. mi ., j i,., h,.,-,.
Itlna I".in Nnv Y.nk J H ('.. 1,1 i '"/T *-"-
m. ureennill, one ol the flound-
* I Initial ers "' 'K1 Kroup. prccirir-nt to sue-
n Mnrrlst..n. N .1 with In.-al reotl Inman p,Haii
arrangement by Goid.m r,,,,,,,!
Home.
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Elect Greenhill
Columbia University Alumni
Awn. of south Florida hm elected
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iV daughters,
Mi
Mm. l.uda
01 l.am|.cl
,d hn'rUI [n *"4J"""
'. W|ih uiv.TKlde-Beach
In.! .
Cupel In charge <>f arrange-
HAHRY HOOVER
j,w |-,ti i. Miami Tench
r,,i 'i vni He came here 2S
i, font New for* and leaves
' Ulllan. "i brntlwr. Serv-
p,,. ... Cordon Funeral
riih huri.il In Mt. Nebo I'eme-
JMUEL MARGARETTEN
S\V IStll -I died Nov. JO.
[cleaner. '" '""' here ,0 yearn
\mboy, \ I., and
n Mm, Joel.
In. lud'na .Mrs Kw-
,n,. Mian finir brothers.
fn ir i;rj.nd-hlldren.
nd h irl 'l were I" Perth
n-lth |nc d .11 rangemanta by
DAVID STARK
77, "t i a i el In .| \. w
V/ork ("11\ [inman. dh d Say -. i -
rere N-.v. 29, with burial in siai
..I I lu\ Id IVmi.-t.
MRS SYLVIA HARFENIST
45, of ave., file.I \'..\-
r,. she came beraalfthi ., rroni
N< V...:. ntj and is survived l>\ her
himliand, BdwM-d; a dhughter, !
paronta, Mr. and Mia. Max Aitl.
ami one., aieter. Kanrlcca, w.iv Hov
*2naVfcl\Wllrte-'Ke*<'r, rfMii.irl.-.l l-hap-
i-.llit*-".|. "*'. wiih e.irial in
Ml. Nebo t'eniet'
' MRS. MARGARET LAVINE
61. of film Ordhha dr., who
I yeara ago from Cleveland, t).,
died Nov. Ivom Include her
huaband. Arthur S.. former ownei ..(
the I>ade Pbarmacyj two daughters
.in Kill..it and Plane s-i iic< ..
w.re Nnv la at RIveraMc Beach Mem-
orlal Chaiiel, Alton rd., wllli I,in ...I in
Woodlawn Mauaoleum.
DONALD MURRAY
r>3, Of S76.i LatOnrce dr., preaMent of
American Paper l.lnrn Corp. ol Mi-
ami, died Nov. I'T He had been a re..,
dent here 12 yeara, coming from New
Yni k City, and wan a membei .r
Temple Ilelh Sholom and Bonlal < 'r-
ganUatinn. Btmrlvora Include his wife,
Rae; two aona. Rlohaid nnd Joaeph:
mother. Mra. Tillle Hlegel; and a broth-
er, Robert. Hervteca were Nov i
Ide-Beai h Memorial Chapel,
Altatl rd., with burial in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
Other officers named at a moct-
m last week in the Seven Seas are
Edward J. Wolfsohn. vice presi-
dent; Dcwey R. Dedrick. Jr., Recr
tary; and Lorin Nelson, treasurer.
Elected to the board of directors
were Mrs. David Hess. Willard
Brown, Arnold W. Eekholf, Nathan
B. Rond, Richard H. W. Maloy and
William Sussman!
REBECCA SCHNEIDERMAN
1754 SW 6th st resident hen
_WRS.
78. of
for more than :. yeara, died N
She and her lai.- husband, Harris, who
died lii-194fi. Came to Miami from St.
I^.nis in iimt she leaves two sons,
,lae
  • two grandchildren and i\... great-
    grandchildren. Kervlces were \'..v. 29
    In Qordon Piineinl Home, with hurlal
    In the family pint Bl W'.M.dlawn Park.
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    ADRIAN THAL
    fURRIIRS
    716 LINCOLN ROAD
    1000 ffoior forvrn iditor;
    tecives Doctorate Dejree
    NEW YORK Before a crowd
    of some 1.000 persons, the 70th
    birthday of Isaac Rosengarten, ed-
    itor of The Jewish Forum, wat
    marked here last week hy the pre-
    sentation of the Justice Louis D
    Brandeis gold medals of The Jew
    ish Forum to Hon. Robert H. Schaf
    fer, Postmaster of New York City;
    Mrs. Charles S. Guggcnheimer;
    Hon. Carmine O. DeSapio. New-
    York Secretary of State; and lion
    George 0. Arkin.
    The title of Doctor of Humani
    ties was conferred on Rosengarten
    by the Rev. Richard E. Evans, of
    the Presbyterian I^bor Temple, on
    behalf of Bishop B. C. Eckardt,
    president of Phitathea College.
    London. Canada, following an ad
    dress by Chancellor Harry Cohen,
    of the college.
    RUDY POGASHE
    died Nov. ?!
    h. came b.-re
    I oni Philadelphia an.
    a In r, Saul S
    l Sew fork.
    \
    six
    is
    \ li .-s
    LOUIS GORDON
    . sw 2lsl rd., who earn.- here
    n < hlcago, died Nov.
    retlied merchant, ha ''- a
    ..i- It'iial I'.'iitb,
    .if I i.: .:-al M...'..nle |jOdgaj(
    and B. Ill l 'a\ Id S\ n.
    laclude his wife, Mayme:
    lack: t.. brothers. Including
    nf Miami: a atatar, Mrs.
    Margelis. and five grandchil-
    8AMUEL DRAGGON
    ;j. of Mil Alton rd died Nnv. 28. A
    retired furrier, he had lived here 15
    years, coming from N.w Tork. Sur-
    vivors in. hid.- two S..II--. ';.....!: and
    David: and a (laughter. Mr- Henrietta
    Kreahv. Servi.-es .-.nd burial were Nov.
    .'7 at Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
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    Nov. '21 ... Riv. di B. h Memorial
    Chapel, Flaglei st with burial In Mt
    N< bo Cemetery,
    BENZION ROSSEN
    70. of .'i960 SW 6th st.. reined candy
    aleamaa, dlad N..v U Hi moved her,.
    nine months ago Inn hail been h fre-
    unent winter visitor before thai. Sur-
    viving are his wife. Rose; daughter.
    Mrs. Pauline Rubinstein: son, Dr. II-
    man: and three grandchildren. He eraa
    a member of Plag1er-Granad0 Jewlah
    Community Center. Services were
    ADOLPH WINTERNITZ
    s.t. of IS35 Dregel ave., resident here
    five years, died Nov. .'". He came from
    Chicago and as tailor at 8. ai,
    Roebnek Hurvlvlni sre B niece, Mrs.
    Rally l-.eiinan. and one slater. Bervlcei
    w. r.- N... 17 al Rlveralde-Beach Mem-
    orial Chanel, with burial In '"lu.ago,
    MEYER
    resident here
    Indianapolis,
    wa- .. retired
    PHONE PL 1-6021 10-Yeor Goorontcc Cooting Product
    PHARCE ROOFING & ROOF COATING CO., INC.
    Repairs Guaranteed
    ROOFS OF ALL TYPES HOT OR COLD PROCESS
    commercial Roof Maintenance Residential
    502 N.W. 54th STREET fWAMI 37, FLORIDA
    LESLIE
    t", of 21"' nk i-1 ave
    23 years, coming fron
    Ind.. died Nov, 1'.".. Me
    merchant. Survivor* Include a nephew.
    Kr.-d Iffeyer. Bervlcei arere Nov. 27
    ai c.rdon Funeral Home, with burial
    In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
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    To All... Greetings
    Harold A. Schiller. Jr.
    IAN0 SURVEYOR
    5804 Sunset Drive
    M0 6-0431
    leaDnaaV!
    longest, lowest Ford convertible ever
    Ne is this 1957 Sunliner which is being
    roduced along with 18 other completely
    r ^ord body styles. The new Fords will
    w a broader range of improved engine
    wmance, with the top power plant being
    the optional 245 horsepower Thunderbird
    Special V8. The Sunliner is a member of
    Ford's new "Fairlane 500" series, which will
    offer a band of gold-colored anodized alum-
    inum side trim with two-tone paint selections.
    6REET/N G S
    OCEAN RANCH
    HOTEL
    f *. .M,. 0mmtimt
    saVe,U
    |T0 ALL GREdlNGS
    Bash
    ^tribating C^.
    T- T. BUSH
    MONOGRAPHS
    l28 N.VV. 29th Sir.
    ^on* PR 3-4623
    Maw lareer ana* Better To Seme You
    BRICKELL POINT
    SWVKE STATION
    CITtfS SIRVICE PKOOUaS
    laaricatlon, Greaiing, Washing and
    Pelishlnj, Methanic an Daty
    Ml SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
    Free Pkfc-Oa Oalrrtry
    Mmm PI M1H
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    UKtTIHSS 10 All
    The Bombay
    Hotel
    "Oa the Ocaaw"
    Ml COtltW AVENUE
    MMMI MACN
    TO All GREETINGS
    Kern Awning
    Company
    Menarettarers ef Tarpaulins
    ad Truiler Awnings
    Wholesale Retail
    1M0 S.W. Ith STREET
    M,.n. HI -43*7
    TO ALL GREETINGS
    Grentner Brothers Packard Agency
    Soufh's Leading Packard Dealer
    Bigger ana* Belter Trade-In Valets
    1799 S.W. 8th STREET PHONE FR 3-5784
    USEO CARS BOUGHT ana* SOLD
    1215 N.W. LeJEUNE ROAD PHONE HI 6^442
    BEST WISHES fOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
    from the Foremost Phofogrophers of the South
    HOLIDAY
    GREETINGS
    EsfaMishe- 1944 UN 4-2147
    J^
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    HaaAags Jrerttry AatamHei
    TIM CK*r. %*.. ""' ** 41' *"
    mm
    252 E. Flagler St. in the Roper Building___Ph^FR 3-8617^
    i
    **n TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES
    Morehouse Supply Company
    PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES
    1480 N.W. 20th STREET MIAMI 42. FLORIDA
    PHONE NE 4-M17
    WAsf,'Va"fWAe^W,1
    GREETINGS
    COCONUT GROVE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
    DOMESTIC HELP
    GABIES S. W. SXtfen Mrs. irmo C. Oreana (Owner)
    198 S. Dixia Hwy. Coral Gables,
    Phona HI 4-1631
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    Pag* 12C
    .Fri>iay.
    East Const Fisheries, Inc.
    West Flagler StreetAt the Bridge
    Free Parking
    Wholesale A Retail
    Fat Seofood for Health
    SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
    1 N.E. 26th STREET PHONE FR 3 5351
    WATERPROOFING A DECORATING PAINT MFG. CO.
    To All .
    Season's Best Wishes
    THOMAS SASSO
    t Associates
    STANDARD SHEET METAL AND ROOFING CO.
    TO ALL ... GREETINGS
    THE TOWN RESTAURANT
    153 N.E. lti Street
    BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
    Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
    Closed Sunday
    Phone FR 4-4733
    TO All CKltJINCS...
    W J K N 0 X
    CIVIl ms- CONSULTING ENGINEER LAND SURVEYOR
    MIAMI SPRINGS, FLORIDA PHONE TU 12573
    GREETINGS...
    To All .
    R. K. Cooper, Inc.
    2733 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
    Phone HI 44611
    (iiirmts
    C H. LYNE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. INC.
    Istmkliihtd lf4
    IRON BRONZE MASS ALUMINUM CASTINGS C. I. STIEl RAR
    105-le* N.W. St* STRUT HONE FR 3-4411
    TERRAZZO-TILE CONTRACTORS, INC.
    Joh. (Hoo.y) tUpm-4
    153 N.E. 10th STREET
    Scott Southoro*
    Jock ll.ti
    PHONE FR 4-4124
    PEST CONTROL SERVICE
    TERMITE PROOFINGFUMIGATINGMOTH PROOFING
    MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CORAL GABLES
    Biscnyne Exterminating Service, Inc.
    3*25 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE HI 66401
    DONT TOLERATEEXTERMINATE
    Celebration of Chanuka emphasizes again freedom and independence when*,
    and again the lesson of the ancient Feaet of challenged.
    Lights that a people must fight for their
    1
    Business Trends Analyzed
    Leonard V. Finder, vice presi-
    dent of Universal Match Corpora-
    tion. St. Louis, was principal speak-
    er and guest of honor at a lunch-
    eon meeting of the Advertising
    club. Club president is Will Crock-
    ett. Members, meeting for lunch
    at the McAllister hotel Wednesday,
    heard Fmder speak on "Dynamic
    America." an analysis of current
    business conditions and the factors
    guaranteeing future growth.
    Pickwick Opens
    On the Weekend
    William Klein, vice president and
    director of the new Pickwick hotel,
    Wednesday announced a formal
    schedule of events which will
    launch the initial season of the
    British-flavored hotel.
    Located on the Ocean at 20th
    st.. and Collins ave.. the Pickwick
    will be open to guests on Dec. 8.
    with Dec 22 and 23 named the
    weekend for the dedication and
    gala premiere.
    More than 2.000 guests from lo-
    cal, national and international poli-
    tical, business and theatrical circles
    have been invited to attend. Fes-
    tivities begin on Saturday night.
    Dec. 22. when the Wedgewood
    room will host an evening of music
    and entertainment and a buffet
    supper.
    TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
    MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
    Monahein's Electric Co., Inc
    Electrical Contractor!
    4050 N.W. 29th STREET
    MIAMI
    GREETINGS TO 411
    When Better Automobiles Are Built
    Bukk Will Build Them
    Sheehan Buick, Inc.
    2301 S.W. 8th St. I'm 1 he Trail) Mhmh, I
    Phone HI 4 1661
    MEETINGS
    LeLIAN KRUMM
    Hair Goods
    St.i-i.t
    S.yhok Likf-MI
    AtMoai
    FR 3-4141
    GREETINGS
    LEE'S
    UiMliM 35 roers
    324 N. E. 13th Street
    Manufacturers
    Wholesale Retail
    Fishing Tackle
    Repairing
    ^Underwater Equipment
    BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
    Joseph M. Rose
    ROYAL PALM HOTEL
    1545 COLLINS AVENUE
    MIAMI BEACH
    GREETINGS Mkt] ,,
    from JACK FISHMAN, rjwMj
    Brnmlett Equipment A Sappr
    0t N.E. FST AVL MIAMI '*" '
    Equipm.nl end Supplies for Hotels, Ho.LurwH set
    SEASON'S BEST WISHES
    FLEEJHAN BUILDERS
    2139 N.W. 7th Street
    P. RICHARDSON & SO
    Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and
    1047 N. W. 22nd Street
    Phone FR 1-5782
    ** Bays In Acreage
    Consah The Jewish fla;'"*
    AUGUST BROS ftw
    It thr Of \l <
    WARD PAVING CO.
    CONTRACTORS s
    STREET* ROADS HiOtfrt'
    1731 N.W. 54th STRUT
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