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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
HlrVaril VJHH
LjjjrJ-- Number 50
.. Miami' F1rida. Friday. December 14, 1956
aq Again Urges Liquidation
Price 20*
Israeli
k

reater Miami Moves
Take on Emergency
Drive for $2 Million
fcreater Miami Jewish Federation this week moved to implement
tci.-ions reached by the United Jewish Appeal at a national con-
jee in New V'ork City ten days ago.
^ponding to the report of UJA's recent Study Mission in Israel,
(1,500 delegates to the conference, including laders from Greater
1.500 delegates to the conference, including leaders from Greater
De Fund.
general chairman of the 195? Combined Jewish Appeal campaign,
Serbin, Wednesday declared that Greater Miami will launch its
i toward a goal exceeding the+
0.0OO mark at an initial gifts
Syria Tells Assembly New
Hostilities are Inevitable
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Israel's expressed desire for peace
was in no way reciprocated by the Arab States or their spokesman this
week. While Farid Zeineddine, Syrian representative at the United
Nations, renewed charges from the Assembly floor that Britain, France
and Israel were preparing to attack Syria, his Iraqi colleague, Fadil
Jamili. called for the liquidation of Israel as a state.
Zeineddine told the Assembly that under the present circum-
stances, "a resumption of hostilities or a recurrence remains inevitable."
The "Anglo-Franco-Zionist trium-1
JOHN SERBIN
... to the rescue
fcr Jan. 13 in the Fontaine-
hotel.
proposed 1957 goal is well
the S1.52S.OOO raised in 1956
worldwide causes, national
Jewish agencies.
bin pointed out that the
hter Miami area, as the pilot
nunity in the nation to con-
| its campaign in 1957, will be
led to assume its share of the
million Emergency Fund,
national UJA expects to
over and above its regular
I of S105 million.
he decision to set this monu-
ftal national rescue fund into
Continued on Pag* 2A
IN ANOTHER MIXUP
TEMPORARY AMITY
UN Army Chief Confers With
Israel on Exodus from Sinai
JERUSALEM (JTA) Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, commander-in-
chief of the United Nations Emergency Force, met with Maj. Gen.
Moshe Dayan, chief of staff of the Israel Army, this week to discuss
various technicalities involved in the UNEF's taking over the sector
of the Sinai Peninsula just evacuated by Israel.
After their meeting, Gen. Burns+---------------------------------------------
stated that all difficulties were be- ] that the assumption of responsi-
ing overcome and that he expected bility by the UN force would be
smoothly accomplished on all
fronts.
The meeting took place at the
headquarters of the one-time
Egyptian commander of the base at
El Arish. Both principals and their
aides arrived by plane. Among the
details to be discussed was Israel's
minefields in the area. Gen. Dayan
said the UN would have no trouble
with them. Gen. Burns said that
the Yugoslav contingent which re-
places the Israeli troops was mak-
ing slow progress because the
roads are in poor shape.
Israeli circles feel that both
Washington and the UN secretariat
have indulged in "calculated vague-
regarding the relationship
virate" is threatening the entire
Middle East and seeks to bring i
about intervention and increase the
tensions between the United States
ad the Soviet Union, Zeineddine'
declared. The Security Council,
should adopt sanctions against the
"triumvirate," he continued. But, |
he said, since the veto in the Coun-
cil might halt such action his coun-
try would have to exercise the
"right of self-defense."
Mr. Jamali assured the Assem-
Eye UN for
Peace Move
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Is-
rael waited this week for some sign
by the United Nations and the
bly that the only way to settle the j Western Powers that action would
problem in the Middle East is to I be taken on its plea to the United
remove "the danger of Israel Nations General Assembly to at-
once and for all." I tack the basic and fundamental
Attacking Mrs. Golda Meir, her problems of peace in the Middle
government and her peace offer. East.
Jamali stated that Israel's policy
is one of "commercialized peace"
and Mrs. Meir's reasoning lead
Israel's Foreign Minister Golda
Meir told the UN that Israel is
still awaiting from Secretary Gen-
him only to the conclusion that, eral Dag Hammarskjold a "clear,
Israel wants to abolish peace from simple binding answer" as to
the world.
whether Egypt considers itself in
\gypt Return Inevitable
JERUSALEM (JTA) United Nations Secretary General Dag
immerskjold and Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burnt, commander-in-chief
he UN Emergency Force in Egypt, have both told Israeli
thorities that there is no way of preventing the entry of Egyptian
fn*% into the Sinai Peninsula in the wake of the UNEF units
*ich are taking ever from the evacuating Israeli troops. This was
med in authoritative circles here Wednesday.
Commenting on reports from UN headquarters in Naw York
m Mr. Hammarskjold had promised that no Egyptian troops would
I illowed into the Sinai Peninsula, sources close to the Foreign
wintry insisted that no such assurances had been received from
Continued from Page 6A
Meanwhile, in the General As- a state of war with Israel. She
sembly's budget committee the I dted Cairo Radio broadcast
SSLrtSSTeSS 5rt3 E-5 Fedaye- P,r ,or ,
- with Israel the prime target fierce campaign within Israel dur-
insisting that those who are guilty i ing the coming winter season," and
Continued on Page 2A
Continued on Page 2A
ness
between Israel's promised with-
drawal and the stationing of UNEF
troops. ^^____
Israel Bond Assembly
Due Here on Thursday
More than 3,500 persons are expected to join in a gigantic "Salute
to Israel" in the Miami Beach auditorium Thursday night, Dec. 20. The
community-wide rally, co-sponsored by every major Jewish organization
in Dade county, will climax the 1956 campaign to sell $1,000,000 in State
of Israel Bonds.
With hundreds of volunteers working all week to collect some
$200,000 in outstanding commitments and to sell new bonds, the year's
total climbed past the $820,000*-
enate Plans Policy Inquiry
WASHINGTON m-ai ru.m^ -1. Heated" to trying to die East situation, to what ,t was
[WASHINGTON (JTA) Demo-
VlK members of the Senate
rf'gn Kelations Committee
P a ""rough-going investiga-
P0 of the Administration's Mid-
W feast policies preceding and
JJ"*mg the British-French-Is-
' a.c''ns in Egypt, it was
med Wednesday.
l?er,, Hubert Humphrey, mem-
01 the committee, disclosed*
wievismn interview that he
Propose,! such an investiga-
*Lh? sa,,i ,here shou'd ^ a
>. systematic interroga-
sistently dedicated" to trying to
get the Arab nations and Israel
to settle their differences peace-
ably. He stressed President Elsen-
hower's great personal influence
and said this should be exerted
now to bring the Middle East na-
tions into a peace conference.
Sen. Humphrey warned against
permitting a reversal of the Mid
die East situation to what it was
before the Anglo-French Israel
actions and stressed the need for
positive action now when Ameri-
can prestige was high in the Arab
world. He called for a program of
extensive economic aid, with
priority to the Jordan River de-
Continued from Page 6A
into
W. the
events in the Middle
* results of which should
(nr.ln implementing an cf-
there.
live
Policy
Wc>71 "!','""',;' Senator "Ply
'1 "lr f**m Admin-
"JJ Miciel in the Middle
Mid it had not been "per-
Suez Bar Vow is Renewed
WASHINGTON (JTA) Mem-
bers of an Egyptian "goodwill mis
sion" expressed "great appreciation
for the attitude" of the United
States toward Egypt and made
Dr. Hussin Kamel Selim. spokes-
man for the group, insisted that
Zee the events of late October
not one foreign national has been
molested" in Egypt He said .t was
States toward Egypt dfrZtee\ng of Egyptian public opin-
clear their belief that the Nasser j he 'eelmgoi gyp ^ ^.^
government has no intention of al- .or ^.^ J4P ^ ,srae, rc.
lowing Israel shipping to "^e e.mrnedTo the 1947 boundary.
Suez Canal when it is re-opened. Uurnea io
mark, chairman Jacob Sher said
Wednesday.
Jan Peerce, one of the world s
leading tenors and a star of the
Metropolitan and San Francisco
Opera Companies, heads a spectacu-
lar program arranged by Mrs.
Louis Glasser. Sher named Mrs.
Glasser as chairman of "Salute to
Israel."
Peerce made his debut with the
Metropolitan 15 years ago last
month, and has since been hailed
as one of the most brilliant tenors
with an entirely American-trained
voice.
He is a popular performer on
television and radio, and has spok-
en throughout the nation for Israel
Bonds.
Co-featured with Peerce will be
an original drama. "Son of the
Lion," depicting the life of David
Ben-Gurion. The Israeli Premiers
70th birthday will be feted by the
Dec. 20 "Salute to Israel."
Morris Carnovsky, veteran Hol-
lywood and Broadway actor, tops
the cast in the play, directed and
produced by Sam Hirsch. Miami's
Boris Pritcher plays a key support-
ing role.
The Miami Beach Civic Orches-
tra and the Miami Beach Commun-
ity Singers, led by Ben Yomen and
Continued on Page 3 A
JAN PfHKf
... Met tenor lifted
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wJenisti Meridian
e. T- !".VVIV Frld* '"<= 1" by the Jewiah
I-i i 12 N' E 8""h Sr*'. Miami 1. Florida
entfr.d t eecondclaee matter July 4, 1930. at the Poat
Office of MiamiFla.. under the Act of March S. 187.
The Jewiah Fiorldlan h.n abaorbed fhe Jewiah Unity
and the Jewiah Weakly. Member of the Jewlth Tel.
111. Z *Qlncvi Saw Art. Feature Syndicate. World-
wlda Newt Service, National Editorial Aaeccution. Amer.
can Aaaociation ol ngnan-Jewiah Nevpapere. Florida
"reai Association.
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Friday. December 14. 1956
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conUinment in our foreign affair, Mr"Tan"Art,*>" "H
the embarrassing situation ."which Carson a>*> emS
rently finds itself the return to ) J ^"Wi
the G. O P. so mericlessly criuc ze '" ;' In Sen. Joe McCarthy's eyel Mr [ 1 195z
For the sake of political expediency L^ ** s
Hungarian Refugees and Examination of McCarran-Walter 3KmS**^
1........'"J-................... &ZE^iB:x^\
st off international communism man in "Wi
e scene for some subsequent r .
view. John Foster DuE'^'
as lat n ik. .! >* an iv.
All people interested in decency welcome
the way in which our government is moving
to accept thousands of refugees from Russian
brutality in Hungary.
Tribute is in order to President Eisenhower,
whose 1953 Refugee Relief Act serves- as the
cornerstone for this emergency relief program.
Also in order, however, is examination in-
to the reasons behind the 1953 Relief Act's
failure to operate beforehand. The act was the
President's temporary answer to the inequities
of-the McCarran-Walter Immigration Law, pend-
ing revision of the law Mr. Eisenhower prom-
ised during his 1952 campaign for the Presi-
dency.
The 1953 Refugee Relief Act was designed
to admit some 214.000 persons here above the
rational guota restrictions of McCarran-Walter.
Bogged down after only two months in opera-
A Unified Vaad af Last
Many attempts have been made in the
past by various grouos and individual here
to bring to Greater Miami a united kashruth
organization, in which all interested paities
uld drop thir prior identification and func-
as one effective body.
While all such attempts at unification have
led in lie past, a new group of Orthodox
n met this week to crack what seemed
surmountable odds and appear to be
en their way toward success.
Otficially announced Wednesday was the
Balabatirn Vaad Ka-
hruth of Greater Mfcn
Thi ) doubt the community needs one
suchui up vested with the unchallenged
0li,v ; Miami Jewry's kashruth
'act the! already existing vaadim
red to participate in the new
m Vaad is proof of this.
-umbent upon residents here to
rt the aims and OPfccu>l of this OlTjan-
zation one for which the area has had a
-d.
The Jewish Fipridian wholeheartedly en-
i this new united vaad and will lend its
every effort for the assurance of its future suc-
cesses.
The Jewish National Fund
Jewish National Fund Council here held its
annual meeting Sunday evening on Miami
Beach. Dr. Harm J. Levine. national president
of the organization, was among principal speak-
JNF has a long and respected history in the
annals of modern Zionism and the emergence
of the State of Israel. For years prior to the
dimmest practical hope of an indepedent Jew-
ish nation in what was then Palestine, the
Jewish National Fund developed a vast system
of land purchase for farms and settlements.
In the face of a hostile indigenous Arab
population and a British mandate government
bent on ignoring its commitments under the
Balfour Declaration, the Jewish National Fund
never flagged in its effort at the acquisition of
land for a future Jewish state in an area of the
globe that has been sacred to Jews throughout
their history.
There are few people today who can fail
to recall the traditional JNF blue and white box
carried by* youngsters in Jewish communities
everywhere. Out of the pennies they gathered
an inauspicious but proud beginning the
Jewish National Fund in our own time boasts
of the fact that over one-eighth of all arable
land in Israel has been developed through its
resources.
Conscious of its past contributions. JNF in
Miami and other areas of the nation continues
its never-diminishing effort toward Israel's prog-
ress.
tion, the President and Secretary Dulles ap-
pointed New York State Republican Edward
Corsi to examine the entire refuqee relief pro-
gram and to submit recommendations for its
improvement.
Everyone recalls with a deep sense of out-
rage the subsequent treatment accorded Mr.
Corsi for obvious political reasons his dis-
missal in less than ninety day for doing the
job with far greater efficiency than foes ol
fair immiaration practices ever imagined Mr.
Corsi could muster.
What has happened to these foes today
these ardent and eloquent supporters of the.
McCarran-Walter Law, who sought through the
national origins guota system of this law to
deny entrance here to Europe's "undesirables?"
The great debates attending the battle to pass
this law in the waning days of the Truman Ad-
ministration are a part of the Congressional
Record today. These debates refer among
others to Hungarians as such "undesir-
ables."
Now that the traaedy and suffering of a
people are being exploited to political advan-
tage by Anglo-Saxon super-patriots, it may be
a good time for liberal elements of the Con-
aress once again to take up their battle against
McCarran-Walter.
All of which set the scene for .
lion. In Drew Pearson vlewTjohn ^"ST* *
This man. he declared, a. late in the htLv V an i.
as 1938. took up the cudgels for German?-7,[*>*"*
porting the Axis argument that i.S "y and h*\
land. Such diplomatic astigmatism. Pe r on .Tt "*
Their Goal is in Sight
Local leaders are responding with admir-
able generosity and understanding to Mt. Sinai
hospital's present fund drive for its new S4.000,-
000 building site on Collins Island.
A dinner function last week was the scene
for the announcement that the fund has gone
well over the S3.000.000 mark and that the goal
is within reach.
This means that Greater Miami will have
a "new" hospital sometime next year __ a
hospital unencuumbered by immediate expan-
sion debt because of the generosity of leaders
here.
Mt. Sinai will, however, be "new" only in
the sense that its facilities are new. Originally
opened as a 50-bed institution on lower Alton
rd.. it boasts almost a decade of steady med-
ical and research progress that today put Mt.
Sinai among the finest hospitals in the South.
The community is to be congratulated for
the role it has played in adding this valuable
scientific and healing center to the city's many
fine organizations.
MEIN KAMPF
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MOTHIR DICTATOR ANOTHER fXODW
Nonetheless. Dulles has been the pS?'?* "-M
foreujn poUcy since January. 1953. Accord2 \, 222"*
reappraisal of his record is principally the result n7uTli
and President Eisenhower's need for the S,!1^
part in U. S. foreign affairs. Now that the P e d'nT-.hacUv?
the syndicated columnist said, he ,s suddenlylZ ?
of our Anglo-French alliance; Gen. Gruenther has1. ,,*'
he truth about NATO that it is floundering S51
the President has never been before, on all J f
consideration. 0I "*
KCSrOHSIBIUTY AMO MOT CUlrMB/l/7, IS W ISSUt
|T SEEMS to me ihat this is less praise of the President,
d.ctment of his leadership. Quick to lay the btametUi.
d.f -eult.es where it rightly belongs on Mr i *_1
Mess, sought to protect the President from -im ar 2
of h,s l.fe the columnist said. "Mr. Eisenhower ha ^
to delegating aufhoritv ""oeai
it should be in all fairness dismissed. ^
talk t^JSTSLJLl qu?,ioni"R lM followin? ifr.
talk, I sought clarification of this ,..,. WbiJ. in ,h; "^
role of opposnir.n party from 1932 to 1952 1 declared t?
cam made the ground rules for a horde of wcious and nj
charges against members of the Democrat,, AdminMntwi
pol.cies Mr.-Achcvin was but one example From !952totl
day the tendency fostered by the arch miscreants the.
has been to regard even benign criticism of the Presidentint
of a disloyalt>
Fact of the matter is that Mr. Etanhoweri personal
makes him completely immune. He i- not identified wtt
neither is he identified with its administration. He is. ml
all. a thing unto himself sincere b .er of hear*I
family; above the "mess" that i- common poUtks, It
this kind of mass American .schizophrenia that,hi
President to continue delegating duties, when ever)'N
:n policy should have refit slag.
That Mr. Dulies- illness now hurls thi President iriothet
of an Administration for which he must be ultimately heldi
able docs him no honor; for it betrays a kind ol
on his part to assume the duties of his office. And it was Mr F_
continued soft pedallfng of the President in this usardton
objected at Temple Israel the other night. I urther imnn-""
Eisenhower means added ignorance on the part of the Ame
of those affairs abroad that may very well determine their i
destinies.
I do not here speak of culpability The problem is beyond I
is one involving acceptance of moral responsibility for Hl|J
as the undisputed leader of a free nation and presumed''
the free world.
A StNSl Of STKINCTH THKOUCH KNOWLIDGI
REFERRING to possibilities for peace in the Middle East*.!
son described former President Truman's vision of the f
role of Israel as the area's industrial center But this was a
far from today's reality, when Israel victor in a recent!
campaign to neutralize the Nasser threat must once agir
to grips with the grim conditions of a cold war, must H
accept a UN-imposed status quo inimical to its best interest*
Pearson predicted future U:S. regret over the deciaos St
the withdrawal of British. French and Israeli forces fran^
also confessed his sorrow that the Anglo-French campaign a
to American intimidation, thus failing to achieve its
military and political goals. So long as Nasser survives -^
Peafson indicated that the Egypt dictator's station is even more*
than before there is little possibility of true peace in u*.
East- ja-i
None of these observations, however tellmc criticisms w,
of our past actions, contributed to an understanding of na .
believed the Eisenhower Administration has in mind lor
of the world. ,,
"The Truman vision to which you refer. I (luestioned
have no meaning for Mr. Eisenhower who. in Janua' ,
Congress that British withdrawal from the Su (anal w>
of the Rreat achievements of his Administration and D0-
declared oil to be a major plank of U.S. foreign policy
Fast."
Confessing that our support of the UN force's ""J^
placate Nasser pressure will mean another Israel *",.
Pearson replied bleakly and with little hope <>i;l> l"1'1'
of the "new" Mr. Elsenhower can tell. As I listened to i|
columnist. I had the feeling that the lubstance of ru> w M
a refreshing rehearsal of fact for those who had ^"v^
him But for the vast public of this nation. Mr. 1 ear ^
would be startlingly new and downright unAm'" Irtioi I
reaction, it seemed to me. must remain in direct p i j
Presidents immunity from criticism. The more he ^
account for his failures, as well as for his siicrev- ^ ^
coming four years, the better equipped will the pwP ^
be to face the future out of a sense of strength througn


pT/-omber M. 1956
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fci___ ------------- = -"" m-*Tmwi
\jnai Drive Pushes Past $3 Million
Page 5 A
I of Greater Miami
'*? .he S3.000.000-mark
C addition f $355,000 in
it* last *eek- at a dinner
htin- the beginning of con-
Ln of the new hospital.
Eberitt of nearly 500 per-
faitrndtd the dinner at the
Lebleau hotel.
B Ruskin, ehairman of the .
Li's development fund, which
Cm more than $4,000,000 for
|cW building, announced the
ton of four new founders of
fcnai hospital individuals,
Contribute S50.000 or mofe to
k"nd- }v*n
new founders are Jack A.
-r Allen E. Rosen, Ben Tobin
Kbe Waxenberg. The new total
Xnced by Ruskin at the con-
of the dinner was $3,005,-
ker. Ruskin had appealed fnr
batpouring of generous gifts
j the dream of a magnificent
nedical center for Greater Mi-j
nto a reality."
i pointed out that the concrete
iltions for the new 300-bed
ital were now being laid on
Island and said that "we
fare gathered here are helping
another kind of foundation j
he new hospital the finan-,
[foundation, the foundation of,
1 community spirit and support
|is making it possible to lay the
dations of concrete."
t said the new hospital will be
kleted by October, 1958.
{airman of the dinner was
ard A. Wien, who is also chair-
Gelb Heads Study Group; Installation Slated Saturday
Munroe Gelb is new president of Morton Schoen, vice president:
the Quakerbndgc Study Group of Moses Meyer, vice president; Mrs.
oreatcr Miami. jack Miller, treasurer.
tie will be installed Saturday eve- Fred Steward, recording secre-
mng at a dinner in the Roney Plaza tary; Mrs. Edward Braun, financial
secretary; and Mrs. Arthur Good-
Others to assume office are Mrs.
man, corresponding secretary.
jto_gW* 9m. pf*d*X of ML Sinai hospital, unveils
P"** "J" de Hiw:h Meyer, firs, president of the
hospital Ceremony took place at a dinner celebrating begin-
last week at Fontainebleau hotel. y y
of the hospital drive's initial
|iery Children's Hospital
Advanced by $1,500
Iriety Children's Hospital is
fcr by SI.500 in December,
; to two plane loads of sports
| who attended the University
Bl'i out-of-town games this
Bruns. co-owner of Miami
ngs Villas, chartered planes for
to the Texas Christian and
fida games. Aboard, he sold
and drink, with all proceeds
to Variety hospital,
of the money $250
fsentcd a wager won from an
confident Texan who risked
sum on the TCU game.
SINESS WOMAN WISHES TO
m HER 2 BEDROOM APT.
2 other business girls. Near I
NVM Shopping Center. PL:
gifts division. The dinner came as
the climax of an intensive drive by
the initial gifts division to push the
building fund's total past the $3-
000,000-mark.
A highlight of the program was
the unveiling of a painted portrait
of Baron de Hirsch Meyer, first
president of the hospital, by Max
Orovitz, Mt. Sinai president.
Orovitz recalled that Mt. Sinai
opened as a 50-bed hospital less
than ten years ago. In 1950, it
opened its present facilities at
4300 Alton rd., with a capacity of
100 beds, which was soon increased
to 258 beds.
He pointed out that the hospital
maintains 19 clinics for out-patients
and conducts extensive teaching
and research programs "which have
earned for the hospital and for
our city national credit and pres-
tige."
Also on the program were Sam-
uel Gertner, Mt. Sinai hospital
executive director, and Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, who delivered the in-
vocation.
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vclopment project, and a guaran-
tee against aggression for all (he
nations involved.
"The sooner we make it clear to
Mr. Nasser and to all the other
states in the area that Israel is
here to stay and that we are
against aggression from any
source, the better." he said.
The Senate Foreign Relations
Committee announced Wadn
day that Hamilton Fish Arm-
strong will make an onthe-spot
survey of the effectiveness of U.S.
foreign aid programs in Israel,
Conference Board in Special Confab on Program Here
Board of directors of the ("on- Thursday.
ference of Jewish Women's Organ- Mrs. Bernard Stevens, program
izations of Dade and Broward vice president, was hostess at her
Counties attended a special "small home, 6190 Montgomery dr., So.
conference" on "What You Have Miami. Mrs. Harry 0. Rogers. over-
Been Asking for in Conference" all president, presided.
Lebanon. Iraq, Jordan, Syria and
Saudi Arabia. Armstrong is ed-
itor of the publication, "Foreign
Affairs." Armstrong, chosen to
Mirv.'.v the ttl Middle Fast coun-
tries. i> one among nine individ-
uals who collectively will survey
must of the countries benefiting
from U.S. aid programs.
A Senate foreign relations
spokesman said there was no par-
ticular significance to the fact
that Egypt had been excluded
from the list of Middle East coun-
tries to be surveyed.
The committee also announced
that it has contracts with private
organizations for 10 major re-
search projects in connection
with its inquiry into the effective-
ness of U.S. overseas aid pro-
grams.
Egypt Return Inevitdhk
Continued from Plot 1A
Hi* Secretary General. Howevtr Cen R
Israelis the* e. of now there are 0 Egyp.j,'"' M '*^*i
It i. undrsfd th.t Mr. HJ J !?**Z
Israel to evacuate further areas of th. Sinii *** Jm
in* between G*n. Burns and Israel Army ChuTl '^i
Mo*h. D.y.n is likely t. t.k. p..c. thif ^J*. ** J
details *f Hi* UN take-over operation. d'*'.....'
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Joint Program for Youth And Adults at North rui
Joint Youth Committee of the quit as fi,1(,v, 0"'
North Dade Jewish Center and the ning al spe*r Suit.
Greater Miami Jewish Community "R !S"r,h ade Center'
Center, in cooperation with the Debs girls' club
North Dade Adult Education In-
stitute, will feature Dr. Syvil Mar
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FEATURING AN ORIGINAL
DRAMA CELEBRATING
THE 70th BIRTHDAY OF
DAVID BEN-GURION
Prime Minister of the State of Israel
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WN OF THE LION'
Written by Sam Hirsch and Allen Sloane Produced and Directed by Sam Hirsch
Stan Porter
Dramatic Tenor
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Modem Voice of Israel
The Miami Beach Community Singers
Conducted by Ben Yoraen
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Dumber 14. 1958
-knltfrhridfar?
bbinical Association Unanimously Endorses
ea-Wide Salute Jo Israel' At Auditorium
mis Carnovslry Leads
tin Auditorium
ter Miami Jewry will stage its greatest demonstration
port for Israel Thursday night, Dec. 20, in the Miami
Auditorium.
bassarior Eban's visit
Ins buying at least S10O In
Israel Bonds or selling at
boo will '"' '"titlc(1 to free
according to Jacob Sher.
chairman of the Greater
[Commit!"''' for State of Is-
n.inii'il M". Loals Glasser
lirni.i" "1 Salute for I.h-
| Oni' f ''<' hardest work-
uniniiiniil leaden in the
jKra, (.|.i--it has been
in Hi' brael Bonds cam-
.ainre il- inception.
(than 500 vol mteer workers
Ureadv begun a street-by-
|aoor-i)\-'l..... solicitation of
Cer Miami Jewish commun-
ell bunds in honor of Am-
and of the
70th birthday of David Ben-Gurion.
Carnovsky tops a cant of more
than 125 persons who will partic-
ipate in "Salute." The Miami
Beach Community Singers, |,,| j>y
Ben Yomc.n and with popular
vocalist Stan Porter, and the Mi-
ami Beach Civic Orchestra also
will be featured. Miami actor
Boris Frltcher will join Carnov-
sky in "Son of the Lion," which
depicts Bin -Gurion's |if,..
Concert violinist Joan Field, one
of Miami's most popular artists,
will be a featured soloist. All In all.
Dec. 20 shapes up aa tin* most ex-
citing night of 1936 for Greater
Miami and for Israel.
irks 70th Birthday
Umism is a good quality, and I myself think that a
mnot be a Zionist without being an optimist. However,
m is beneficial when it is based on our own efforts,
Itrael Bonds Chairman Jacob Sher
;when it counts on others."
Iternaily cheerful outlook,
; optimism and faith in self
kp the philosophy and life
David Ben-Gurion, dyna-
belovcl I'rlme Minister
[State of Israel who is ob-
phenomenon in this age of special-
ization. He is a master of many
fields, whether serving as Prime
Minister, mastering many lan-
guages including Biblical Hebrew,
ancient Greek and Sanskrit, acting
effectively as a military tactician
Bunon is a
man of
which combined in one
ke him somewhat of a
his 7(>th birthday anni- during the War of Independence
in 1948, or as a writer and pain-
many phleteer who helped to bring the
problems of Palestinian Jewry to
world notice and eventually helped
to achieve the free and indepen-
dent State of Israel.
In his efforts to achieve sove-
reignty for Israel, Ben-Gurlon a-
chleved many "firsts" in his ca-
reer. He was one of the first Zion-
ist leaders to convert theory into
practice by actually going to Pal-
estine to live and to work. He was
one of the founders of the First
Jewish Legion in World War I, and
one of the founders of the Hecha-
lutz Organization.
wens
75/0/7
vefront
In
the women's division ac-
|g for more than one-third
year, the entire
has mobilized to join In
and lm\ ing Israel Bonds
Dec. 20 "Salute to Israel."
| by chairman, Mrs. Anna
Meyers, the women have
mme th;m 100 Sponsors
el. Sponsors are those wo-
fho buy $1,000 in Israel
ii- year.
I Sam Ho-t has been chalr-
the Sponsors* this year.
fevers has been aided by
Wen/, program chair-'
b> Miss Lillian Good-
chairman of the wo-
Wlsion; Mrs. Abraham Ka-
1 chairman for Miami; Mrs.
Gersten, first women's dl-
tnairman for Israel Bonds;
I Bookspan, Pioneer Women
'airman; Mrs. Miriam Press,
i cash collections chairman;
Duis Giasser, a member of
>raen's division national
governors; Mrs. Lena
k-*Iie hairman: and aU the
embers of the women's di-
*n who buy or sell bonds
balute" may credit them
Jn organization. Women
lets a" JE 1"53U for tnelr
[Samuel Z. Sakrais, former
> of the Greater Miami
oi Hadassah, Is the 1956
[^Chairman for the Israel
nens division with Mrs.
T-woff as her co-chairman.
*. gold charms
l^rl* a maf>lficent brace-
Panted for each $2,500
lar i. I b E?aE arm8 ,B *P-
">* >2 tribe, of ancient
1 Rubin, president of
Dniv' KrJwto of the
university
f cash
Israel
US,? '
'Stain rt0 *# for thm
^.n free llckeu for ,
"Mel a.nu 8nt
*n Auditorium.
Buy Or Sell
Israel Bonds
For Admission
It's an easy matter to attend the
"Salute to Israel" In the Miami
Beach Auditorium Dec. 20.
By the purchase of a $100
State of Israel Bond or by the
ale of tSOO la bonds, you'll get
ticket* for "Salute." Seating, of
coarse, will be scaled according
to the siaes of the bond pur-
chases.
Your committee is counting on
this community-wide meeting to
bring Greater Miami past its
$1,000,000 goal for 1856. Telephone
JE 1-6314 today for your reserva-
tions and further seating Informa-
tion.
Spectacular Has
125 Top Players
Miami Beach, which usually has an adjective available for
anything from a city anniversary to the opening of a new
gasoline station, will be searching for words to describe
the pageantry which will mark
Jacob Sher
Leads Bond
Committee
For more than two years, the
Chairman of the Greater Miami
Committee for State of Israel
Bonds has t.....n < long-time Miami
civic and religious leader. Mr. Ja-
cob Sher has served as chairman
of the Israel Bonds committee here
throughout the Development Issue
campaign, which began May 1,
1954.
Mr. Sher has been host chair-
man at several national Israel
11..mis conferences, and has been
a Trustee of Israel since the in-
ception of that program for buy-
ers of $10,000 or more in Israel
Bonds each year.
Mr. Sher, known affectionately
as, Jake to his many friends, and
his charming wife Mary truly ex-
emplify the Israel Bonds spirit in
Greater Miami.
Synagogues
Back Bonds
The Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association has, along with every
other Jewish body in Dade County,
unanimously endorsed cosponsG:-
ship of the Dee. 20 "Salute to Is-
rael."
Beery ijaagofjae and temple in
Greater Miami, and all of the
sisterhoods, Men's Clubs, p.T.A.'s
and other affiliated groups are
actively working to provide a
warm welcome for Ambassador
Abba IIi.i n at Israel's time of
greatest need.
Through such programs as the
High Holy Days appeals, held in
16 congregations this year, and con-
gregational meetings, such as the
Temple Beth Sholom reception for
Jerusalem Mayor Gershon Agron
recently, synagogues and temples
are actively supporting the bond
program the year-round.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, president of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation, said "There can be n<>
-ilonger link between Israel and
Jewry than the purchase of Israel
Bonds."
For every $100 in Israel Bonds
you buy or $200 you sell, you'll
receive a free ticket to the Dec.
20 rally. A special section has been
set aside for persons who buy or
sell $500 or more in Israel Bonds.
Don't forget the Miami Beach
Civic Orchestra, Boris Pritcher,
Miami Beach Community Singers,
the giant pageant of 125, all will
be performing for Israel and for
you Dec. 20.
This will be the most spectacular
production ever staged In the
South for Israel. "Son of the Lion"
wjll be shown this month in New
York as the feature of the "annual
Chanukah Festival in the world's
biggest city.
So, pick up the telephone now
and call JE 1-5314 for your free
tickets. If you can't buy, then
come over to the Israel Bond>
office, 1 ill Washington Ave.,
and help sell or make phone
calls.
Remember, if you sell or buy
bonds you can credit them to your
synagogue or your organization.
Call JE 1-5314.
ISRAEL BONDS
VITAL T0DA Y
"Salute to Israel" at the Miami
Beach Auditorium Dec. 20.
Sam Hirsch, who has operated
the Biltmore, Roosevelt and Casa-
blanca Theaters here during the
past several years, has produced
and directed an all-star show cen-
tering around an original drama
on the life of David Ben-Gurion.
The 70th birthday of the Israeli
Premier is being marked by Israel
Bonds rallies and Chanukah Fes-
tivals around the country, and only
the New York City Madison Square
Garden Festivals "threaten to outdo
Miami Beach.
Morris Carnovsky, who has been
a featured player in Hollywood and
Broadway for years, and Is consid-
ered one of the great dramatic
actors of the day, head6 the cast.
Boris Pritoher of Miami, one of the
staTSWS.^.^;; State of Israel Bonds today pro-
aum, w-iii *. t- t-t~ o vi(Je the ec0nomic lifeline to ths
role' only democracy in the Middle East.
Joan Field, Brilliant concert vi- More tnan a qUarter of a billion
olinist, the popular Miami Beach do,|ars ln Israel Bonds have been
Community Singers with Ben Yo- ^ K,nce Mav 1XU and Israei
men and Stan Porter, and the Ml- has promnt]y made every payment
ami Beach Civic Orchestra will of ir,lerert.
round out the 90-minute production.
Admission is free to all persons The four per cent
buying at least $100 in Israel Bonds good retu
or selling at least $200.
interest is a
an investment
backed by the people of Israel.
Sponsoring Bodies
For Rally Listed
Every major Jewish organization in Greater Miami, Zion-
istZHI non-Zionist, has officially endorsed cosponsorsh.p of
MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
PACES ISRAEL BOND ACTIVITIES
ha* accepted
collectiona chair-
Bonds.
in
the "Salute to Israel" at
Dec. 20.
B'nal B'rith Men. B'nal B'rlth
Women. Zionist Organisation of
America, the Greater Miami Rab
binical Association. Mlxrachi. Ha-
dassah Miami Chspter. Hadassah
Miami Beach Chapter. Farband,
Workmen's Circle. Poale Zion.
American Jewish Congress, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Jewish War Veterans, Women's
e American ORT. Labor Zionist As-
sembly, Jewish Home for the Aged
Beach Auditorium
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, dean
of the women lawyers ln the South
and vice chairman of the Dade
County School Board, is 1956 chair-
man of the women's division for
Israel Bonds.
The white-haired Mrs, Meyers,
who has guided women's divisions
for almost every Jewish and non-
Jewish organization in Dade Coun-
ty, has led the women's committee
to record sales this year.
A Hadassah leader when Zion-
ism was far from popular, Mr?.
Meyers managed to maintain a
busy law practice at 420 Lincoln
Road, take part in educational con-
ferences, and take part in religious
activities during Greater Miami's
period of greatest growth.
This year, aided by Sponsor
Chairman Mrs. Sam Rost and Hon-
orarv Chairman Mrs. Monte Selig.
Phe "has helped the women estab-
lish new sales marks.
the Miami
Auxiliarv. Hebrew Teachers Assn..
Hebrew "Academy. Bureau of Jew-
ish Education and many others
have listed themselves as cospon-
sors of the bonds-by-admission
pageant.
You can credit say organlsa-
tlen yon belong to for yonr sales
or purchases of Israel Boads.
You'll waet to be oa hand for
this great evening Dec. *0.
Cell JE 1-5314 today for your
tickets.
Telephone JE 1-5314
That's right.
Seats are starting to go fast for
the Dec. 20 "Salute to Israel." Call
today for your free tlpketa.
If'yon waat to sell Boads aad
don't have a Worker's Kit, call
JK 1-5314, and we'll see that one
is seat immediately.
Best seats go to those buying
their bonds now. Reservations also
depend on the siae of your bond
sales or purchases.
Israel Bonds can be used at full
face value when traveling in Is-
rael. They sre like a paid-up life
insurance policy, for the survivor
of a deceased owner of a bond re-
ceives full payment of principal
plus interest.

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<^/Xotes from the r^abbi s y^iilpi
The Choice Between Science and Life
the end of days from his children Tr,*
It s obvious that Jacob could not! ul,, !LE ***! > a,
toll his children the happening or" ** ** ft
of the end of days because S "* *
choice was up to them to select ,: I
between life and science Uat "' m
tween Micha and Yoel.
be-
r' i2
T/ie /o'lou'ing is another i-. a WTttl of articles
- /if if /or The JewiA FU
ttOM with t/ir Greater Miami K. .'....... R.-J .'.
i of Tiffrtlli Israel \o' ..i. r 0/ ('us
program.
by RABBI TIBOR STERN
Beth Jacob Congregation
The end of days, about which
s 1 much pioplii'i\ was made, may
be near, it may he th:it nur tjeti-
enition will witness the Judg-
ment Day on earth. Some of us
are dreadfully scared: we tremble
even of the thought that such
prophecies as found in Daniel,
Yea] and Sephanya may really
come true in our times. Our only
consolation is to find an inter-
pretation of their words as -> m
bolic messages not pertaining to
reality We find even so-called
biblical scholars to help us in our
philosophical escape, that they
may tell us what we would like
and enjoy to hear. It is all be-
cause we are basically afraid of
a tragic end of days for which we
have not prepared ourselvc -
Some of us are eagerly looking
forward to the end of days as
prophesied by Isaiah and Micha.
when the end of times will bring
peace and tranquility. when na-
tion will not raiae sword against
nation and will learn war no
more, when each person will
dwell beneath h,s vine and his fig
tree, when alette* will be made
out ol BPeiM and plow- out of
swords Yea, we feel somewhat
proud (if ourselves thai perhaps
we shall be the generation to
visualize all this
Just how will 1 he outcome be
al ille 1 n.i ol days" it depends
The end ni daw and it- destiny
was shaped by man ai the fnnneli
of the en atieti Man started out
to put a seal on the end of da] -
CANDLEUGHTING TIM
Teveth 10 5:14 p.m.
<^abbath <_5c
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 C.rlyl.
v*. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Evtr.
K. rpin. Itrulhi r I nil
fABBI 7IB0K ST19N
t mm #f y*
right in the heeinning of his be-
ing by tasting the forbidden fruit
of the tree of knowledge. Right
there and then, preferring the
fruit of knowledge over the fruit
of life, man chose the kind of the
end of days prophesied by Yoel
instead Of that prophesied by
.Micha and Isaiah
The fruit from the tree of
knowledge has influenced man to
forssUte life, to ignore the sanc-
tity ot life, to depreciate its value.
IfM thiiiiKht "So what if I shall
die on the day when I shall eat
from the tree of knowledge''
i- far more superior than
Ufa Science will eventually save
lite and prolong, it Man will be-
come smart, cultured: the tree of
knowledge will teach him things,
and life will be substituted with
science."
While no one is indispensable,
life is. and there is no substitute
for life. Man did begin to die on
tlK eerj day, man started to hide
from hi- own sin and scientific
creation of wisdom The very first
day, right there and then, was
the "beginning of the end" and a
very bitter end indeed. God did
not scold Adam. Qod did not
preach t<> him Be merely asked
him one single-worded question:
lyocko?" "Where are you''
Tins single word has been re-
ed millions of times. Where
BN roil man with all your science,
with all your wisdom, with all the
consumption of the tree of knowl-
edge, aren't you in hiding, aren't
you -cared of your own shadow,
aren't you buildirm -bolter- to
protect yourself from your vicious
wisdom'' Where are you man,
where are you hiding, son of man?
Man listens to the thundering
voice of God. man knows how
wrong he is for forsaking life
for knowledge, but his ego tells
him to carry on. and "knowledge"
is inherited by Cain who kills his
brother Abel. After all, what is
life anyway? If his father could
forsake life passively, why could
not the son forsake it actively and
could not Tuval Cain invent am-
munition to make way for mass
destruction, and why should not
Hitler practice Genocide, and why
should not the Communists mur-
der innocent Hungarians, and why
should not the Fedayeen proclaim
holiness in murdering Jews?
Above all. why should
Tot y the people of Israel, and 8t7"5KL_S
members of the Jewish fa,th. Woman ,V*'
have to show the example, have '
to lead the way to the Mountain r,1
i>i f .ltd tt*e ...i >i
the roar of ;
Of God, that not
bombs and destruction shall come
forth of Zion but the word of the T
Law. Israel must first return to Mil!*!
tnAtmm. _.. -._- < IV*. Conujtl

Torah Judaism. Any deformation AbrTlL
and conventional liberalization c, ', m
leads to global catastrophe. ,
."'WITH |SRAEl.
on
Hrn. CsjkJ

The people of the State of I;
rael manifested recently their r
turn to true religious values: th,
have returned to Sinai in spirit'"1""' "MmS
as well as in body. American Jew V
ry must follow that pattern. We
have a mission to perform, to as-
semble all the nations to Zion.
to accept the teachings of the
tree of life. We must save the
world for the end of days we
must carry the lantern, we must B. L.on 5JL"
pave the way. we must preserve Brill,
the .peace. And we shall preserve K
the world "ki achris l'ish sholom" !/ "WMTii
because there wilj be a glorious
end to the man of peace.
TORAH TEMPLE J
Abraham. CmmI.
'
ZAMORA JEWISH i
Zamora ,,. c '
torlc Fortune." Saturday g:-
Kcrnion: Wvekly Portion."
words of the Midrash be strange i ivi.i.v n
when we are told that Lemech 'i\'V'h..^
. ... mot) : V* *< l*iv
killed Cain because he appeared
to him like a beast? Is man not
a beast when he kills his brother.
does man have the image of God
when he is brutal and cynic, isn't
our war and bloodshed a battle of fh"."
beast. ?
If man since his inception was
nurtured on the fruit of the tree
of knowledge and not on the tree
of life, what should be his end.
what could be his end' Naturallv
he
SOUTH DADS JEWISH CEN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M. Bium-
the Bard.
p m. Sermon:
Saturday S a.m. Hal -
Portion
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
6431 SW 8th st. Conservative.'Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
' 10 and S:Jf> p.in (in. t
' BOBOl Mr. and Mr*. A
W 0*8* pi,
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. 1
311 Washington Avt,|
Phones: JES-MOS-J
is afraid of the "end of days." David. aoa m
ii. I ..on
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kolomer.
'II KrTint.ll Mm
inst th.- An., i can Ii
i'lay 1" 4 Hi,r Mltlvah
and -Mis. Kll i.
of the Judgment day as propht '" *"" "' Mr and N
sied by Yoel.
The end of days i- not yet here.
Man still has a choice If we wish,
it will be that of Micha; if we fail
it will be that of Yoel.
How remarkable are the words
of our sages, who comment upon
the parting words of Jacob on his
death bed in the last portion of
Genesis. The Sages tell us that
the Divine -.pint departed from
Jacob to withhold the prophecy of
rvtces in
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd va.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Roson
bare. Cantor William W. Lipaon.
L^r eater
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER, ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Paul
Back.
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Slst pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Halm.
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Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
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thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
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14, 1956
OIUTI \KIIS
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i Shapiro, Israel Minis-
, Religions and Social
ne, will be main speak-
merger convention of
Ichi Organization of
ica and Hapoel Hamii-
foi America at Breakers
I Atlantic City, N.J., Jan.
lington Ave.*
ip Picks Smith
i Smith was elected and in-
j president of the Washing-
lenuc Assn. at a board of
nectins Saturday in the
(blclg.. 1370 Wellington ave.
officer- named were Mar-
fcarokin. first vice president;
iBronston, second vice presi-
i. treasurer;
fc. Porte ; retary; Martin
J I counsel; and Ray Red-
becutive director.
|rtcrs of the association are
aron de Hirsh Meyer, Max
ban, <\ I. Devine, J. Nash
-. rman, Carl
In, Ben Danbaum, Beach
Bman S. J. Halperin, Gordon
erlon, I)r Morris Goodman,
.Gordon, .lames F. Matbews,
.Bron-i i imes E. Dough-
John il. Porte, and Milton
he merchants division of the
hgton Avenue Assn. are
kan Albert Sussman, co-
Mon I.erner, Jack
(and I), c Johnson.
Leape Office
in Miami Area
tjon of Mex Rnlfp to state
P*J| of the Navy League of
Jited States brings another
headquarters to the Miami
id additional revenue to the
pfice, office equipment sup-
I uniform makers and hotel
(here.
amorm Navy League pro-
e the Junior Navy and Navy
programs, in which teen-
e instructed in navigation,
seamanship and nautical
The Navj Department sup-
Mks, instructors, naval ves-
aircraft for instruction
"mistration is civilian and de-
| upon volunteer workers who
pse the training. The project
"da is directed by Dr. F. P.
1624 W. Flagler st, who
en appointed state command-
MRS DORA COHEN
M, ..f s",s, .\ u ;;..ri,l ave., died Nov !
fch. had been a resident here f.,r the
12 yearn, iomliiK from I'at.-reon
M.J. Sui \ Ivlaa ..ii- I,.,,. ....,,
i and ll.iii ^ h
TUIle ShIIk; two broth< i | .,,,
It jrandchildren and 15 great-u
chilcli.n Service* were I v, in ,,
Oordon Kimeiai Home, with burial in
Ml. NeQO IVmilri )
MRS. CLARA I. GOLDMAN
73, of U40 s\V 20th Hi realdenl
11 years, .led Dec ; Khe came rrom
Philadelphia an.I Is survived b> two
R in i i .hi.I Oeoi ; three d'auRh-
l,.|-. Mr*. Kv.-lyn 11..',nh, in
l.iiia Levy and Mrs. Minim Boren; two
I.ioiIhis an.i ni11 grandchildren Seiv
I.e.H w.re Bee. !> al Oonlon Funeral
Home, with burial in ML Nebo L'eme-
ttry.
MR*. LENA KRAMPNER
'71. of IM NB 52nd si, realdenl
is yean, died Dec. 7. she came frem
: Baltimore. Surviving are her husband,
ll.ii iy. one brother and a sitter. Serv-
ices and burial were In Balltmore, with
lionlun I'lin.-ial limn,, in charg* of
local .hi .uiri in,ni -
JERRY LAOEN
BO, of SK4V, Commene tt., 'lie.I I >,.,.
7. He came here from Bayonne, N..I ,
H year* ago and Was tavern owner.
He Is urvlved by his wife, Anna; four
brothers, Uml*, Dave, Marty and Irv-
ing; ami four tialers, Ben Ices were
DeC. 1" al Gordon Kunn.il lli,rue,
with burial in Mi. Nebo Cemetery,
EUGENE J. RICHTMAN
H, of 1Kb SE 5th ave.. HiHl.-ah, died
I'or 7. He came to Miami six wm-.
aR-o from I'itt.sburnh ami owned and
operated the I'airy gueen at MO Hia-
leah dr. Surviving are two sisters
Including Mrs Rose Shapiro, Hialeah.
Servii I mi, Dec. Ill at Itiv. rsiile-
h Memorial Chapel, Klagler si
with burial in woodlawn Cemetery.
LOUIS POLLOCK
70, of S",;, Alton id, win. i-nine t,, \i|_
ami 11' years ag*o rrom Kej \v. t, died
in I 'uMiaii, Ala. II.- o* n. d
a "eil .i j. weir v store I-, s'n \
al,. I hree BOlia, RoDCI I, II,:
Alexandei ins u i ,, i:. iigb*
Ml lb l.-n s. ; lln and M i -
Anita F. Mi-i ai kej and ten g
i iiii'ii en. s.-r. Ices en I 9 Riv-
i tide- Beach Memoi la Chai
ler St., ith burial in Mi. .\,

. DAVID ARON
of 705 nth it., died' Dm i h,
h;:'- f*< ir ...,,Y-
' '-, -urvlved is hli wife,
S3 &:
i ho a me
> ,, .,?-Eir4.ARD BOUSTON
ftof at .w\ ,,,, 1IV wh
',.' '' ,' Lakeland, ""''
1 I A rei.....i I, ilder, he is sur
J1^;1 h* <"'......augbtere, Mrs fSta
" ":i '",|"' ton, Bruce; three
i >ng narlea, u, M,.,..,,
; nd teven gmndehlldren
T, pee. al Oordon Pu-
! l'.i,.!"me' wUh '""ial ln N"- n*o
JOHN~RUDNICK
". imini manufacturer, died Dae n
He ,.. h..r, ..,,. ywn f ffl
:Y" rk '"", u"..... i-iti. rim,
v n. la survived by his wife pior-
ence Jdaugliter, Mrs. i-:ii, i;,, ...,.,,
s-.n. Ivlw.ii, I. her. Mr,. K:,v
Borlber; and one titter. He was
member <.r Bouthwetl Lodge of Mae"
one. Services were Dec I at Rlver-
s.i i-i.-a- ,, Memorial Chapel, with in-
terment in .\, fork,
MRS. MARY ROP'N
s-i. of 4in \\v izsth si., died Dae. 4.
m S s!"';,:v-'1 l,v '"" daugntera,
Mr* Banih i- nbaum and Mrs. Rote
uaaaer. she moved here two years ago
rrom Brooklyn. Services were Dec '.
at Hlverslcb -Heai b Me.....rial Chapel,
iu, burial In Mr. Blnal Cemetery.
SIDNEY ROSENBAUM
in- ave., winter i i
''..... v..rk for 18 years, di.-d l n i
i. Hi wife survives Services and
burla ere In New Tork, with I:
sldi -Bi ... ii Mi mortal Chapel in ,-h
HENRY SUGARMAN
i.s. of 2372 Alton ni., reatauranl em-
ploy!.....Ii lli
ai> from Ni \\ \' u I ad
in i.r World \\ a
are hit lfe, Srnle, an
llml Hei vlci .- I
. : l .;:.... M
Ington ave aith b u I il in Sinai
i emi ii-i >.
ISRAEL ZUCKER
14, nf I 01 Colll ;.
Il to Alii 'i i -.in i la
i '.iino:. and '
I
i" ton
!: '. ,\!l-
Mrs Doi
Mre, Me i Ion I
burial \\.i i- In Ham iton.
SAMUEL A. GREEN
7".. of J043 N. Baj ni '".. He

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I'aullne; two son.-.. Mllti n .-. i i Dr.
Mrs i
and Mrs. I '. .., 11;. i:.
Ii .ii and on,, | .
Di i at H M.-
with burial in Mi.
IBIbjU t".-in. i
MRS. ANNIE 5CHERER
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!" al :.: i Hgi men) bj Rlvi -
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MRS. ANNA PELTZ
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Jack and Al. a daughter, Mi Matilda
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SAUL CARSON
Frid
ay.
^emb*,
A Quief but Not Timid Voice Answers the Red Bea^
United Nations
A voice spoke up in Moscow.
' Pointing a stuhby finger at
ATI
Minuter, Mrs.
r
s
Hii.ARY MiXDLi\
THIS IS MY GOD. A Prim.r for an Abiding and Sustaining Faith. By
Max Machtai. 94 pp. N.w York: Pag.ant Prow, Inc. $2.50.
|^|IAMI, which plays host or home to so many writers, will welcome
a newcomer when Rabbi Max Machtei s religious primer comes
out this week. Rabbi Machtei. former rabbi of Beth David Congrega-
tion and Temple Beth Sholom. and founder, in 1931. of Radio Syna-
gogue of America, makes his appearance in a particularly difficult
field; this is a book for children, and. if that is not difficult enough.
il is a religious book for children. Children constitute, in main wavs
one of the most exacting audiences in the world of readers, arid,
since they are hampered neither by embarrassment nor bv polite-
ness, one of the most scathingly critical. Add to this the hardships
involved in discussing what is essentially an abstract subject, and
you see that Rabbi Machtei has undertaken something which may
look easy, but is actually not
That he has. on the whole, done a good job is definitely an
achievement. I have no idea whether Rabbi Machtei pondered long
hours over this little book, or whether he was able to toss it off with
one hand tied behind his back in which case we would certainly
expect to see many more forthcoming But I do know that the very
simplicity of the book is deceptive; it contains a lot of information,
and some thoughtful answers to some very ticklish questions.
The author is. to begin with, extremely adept at finding analogies
which a child will understand. Thus, in explaining that God is ai*
present, he likens human consciousness to a television set. which can
I"' tuned in to Him. or switched off. He explains whv. in the Bible
God is endowed with the properties of a man. when He has neither
bods nor form: a new thing must be described in terms of old things
v huh people already understand.
He -p'';iks of justice in life in the context of a movie, of which
we see only the middle part. "We are born in a world alreadv in
action the show has begun. What has happened before we did not
see We die. we leave this world this earth, anyway while the
show i, -nil going on We do not know how the part ol it we did
see. and took part in. will end. Many things we see seem unfair, un-
iust. to us. Perhaps we would think otherwise if we could see the
ininy and if we could stay to see the end."
One injury to the book is that Rabbi Machtei does not seem quite
>ure of the age group for which he is writing. The book is addressed
to h:- two grandchildren, and it seems at times that it is meant for
tliem now. when they are quite young, while in other places it seems
meant for them several years from now. Although the author takes
pains to explain his terms, he occasionally slips up; I do not believe,
tor example, that there is much point in telling a child that "being'
mean a continuous present I think, too. that adults reading this
book may find the reminders of "Grandpa's advice" and knowledge
- mewhat obtrusive, although children may not be the least bit
disturbed. It would, however, have added to the universality of this
Nook which is actually non-sectarian, had the speaker been less
identifiable in family terms.
What is most important, though, is Rabbi Machteis careful
transition of the abstract to the concrete, without sacrificing any of
the power of the abstract concepts in to doing, he paves the way for
the retranslation. a few years later, back to the abstract level. It is a
Irom which many adults, a. well a- children, may profit.
rael a Foreign
Gold* Meir. under Soviet pe^,..
Pointing a stuAby finger at Was Mrs. Meir using the United T'\ "nder Soviet {!*?
Israels Charge DATfaires. and at Nations as a forum from which I nt' ^ Plea j?j
the Ambassadors of Britain and to answer Khrushchev? Indirectly appllpd to isrJ, "I
France, the voice boomed: "We only. Indirectly. Mrs. Meir was HunBary. And "*'*1
Will Bury You- Touching specif- equating Russia's persecutions of ;""mc,hin8 else. The
ically upon Israel, the voice stat-
ed: "Israel carries no weight in
the world: if it played any role,
it was just to start a fight."
From the podium of the great
hall of the General Assembly,
here at the United Nations, an-
other voice was heard. This was
a gentle, melodious voice. It was
the voice of a woman, and there
was something of the flavor of an munist. "It is the tragedy "of our
the Hungarians with its booming J? "orld ~ if Jri
spokesman's condemnation of Is- ; ,*'*" Affairs eakS
rael Rut riinwtlv m ..:____ "er of the .., .. "**
rael. But, directly, Mrs. Meir was
doing more than that. Directly
she was telling the world that all
persecutions hurt all people
whether the drive of death be
directed against Jews or against
Hungarians, whether the driving
PeoPles. for other JL5
*r victims -.., ,"*
Israel itself Was'
time wan 1st* "
condemned for fc
1" aggression by
defense.
force be Nasi or Arab or Com-
-avor of an munist. "It is the tragedy of our "Zm
ancient prophetess in the tones generation," she told the Assem- lnR "W or dot,
of this lady standing before her bly. "that small nations have not r spokesmi"i or tit
SAM MMLLER
peers in the Assembly. "My dele-
gation." said this speaker, "can-
not refrain from speaking on this
question." The question was of
Soviet oppressions in Hungary.
The question was of Soviet prac-
tice of Genocide in Hungary. The
question was of Soviet deporta-
tion of freedom fighters in Hun-
gary. And the voice continued:
"We have had such an intimate
knowledge of box-cars and of de-
portations to unkown destinations
that we cannot be silent."
Through the Assembly chamber
floated the image of Jews Hun-
garian Jews and Polish. Russian
and Rumanian. Yugoslav and
French Jews packed into box-cars,
"deported." transported to gas-
oven deaths.
There was a perceptible stir in
the Assembly as the second voice
spoke thus intimately about box-
cars and deportations. The speak-
er did not have to add bitter em-
phasis when she mentioned the
denials of the Hungarian events
by the Soviet bloc spokesmen.
These spokesmen for the USSR
and its communist apologists had
spoken of "vicious propaganda."
But we all know, said the gentle
voice in tones still more gentle,
"we all know that reports of suf-
fering and martyrdom in Europe,
which were once labeled propa-
ganda, turned out to be tragically
true."
The voice of Moscow belonged
to Nikita S. Khrushchev. First
Secretary of Russia's Communist
Party. The speaker here WM [
yet gained the security of exer-
cising their natural rights, the
rights of being masters of their
own destiny."
She called for discussion and
more discussion of the Hungarian
persecutions. Such talk is good,
she said, "as long as it is not
held to the accompaniment of
tanks and guns." Such discussion
is important, she pointed out, "as
long as the dignity of the human
being and the integrity of each
nation, large and small, are re-
spected; as long as the advan-
tages of size and of territory,
number of inhabitants and mili-
tary strength are not used to force
small nations to act and live
against their convictions."
The parallel between Hungary
Government in a lnnfj!
Khrushchev's i||.teme
'sn attacks on the fa-
French diplomats j, .
f />f the eomnj
irom diplomats of tht.IL
isr bloc, were un,ri3
there were fears al-Tu
everyone here outsail
viet and Arab blocs-T
Khrushchev's behavior _
behavior of one who J
weakness rather than tkl
shaking of a man of strmi
the fears existed becawU
chev's words could inflaael
in the Soviet Union, aadI
they do fall so sweetly obI
of Arab leaders onlv
cnuraecment for further",
on I-rael.
J0NAWMAN SiliUHI
The Seven Days that Shook the He
'Physician's Code' Protects a German Beast from Penalty
At -rue Munich
T THE end of a recent three-day conference in
Hamburg, the International Auschwitz
mittee called on German physiciaaa and their pro-
fessional association! to disavow "Professor" Carl
CUUbirg, the \.,n gynecologist who conducted
excruciatingly painful sterilisation experiments
upon great numbers of Jewish women in the
extermination ramp at Anachwiti
Hr. riauhr-n. should Ix- iocUll* ostracized.
rfe.t the title of -doctor- md nPVer ^
allowed to practice medicine, the committee urged
'""';>'* v'oiation, of the ffippoeratt
ought to he publicly condemned l.v German med
men through their representative ,,.,,,.
This the German medical profession ha- hith-
erto taken pain. In ,v. I and this week. ,n answer
to the demand of the International Auschwitz
nu.tee. the North German Medical As-n a.a.n de-
clared self-n.hteously thjt no actl(,n h JJJJJ
Jerusalem
IN Israel they call them the
"seven days that shook the
world."
They began on Sunday, Oct.
28. and ended on Saturday night.
Nov. 4. On the first day, Israel
mobilized some of its reserve bat-
talions in preparation for a drive
deep into the heart of Sinai to
wipe out Fedayeen nests; on the
latter day Israel announced that
the Sinai campaign was virtually
over, although some mopping up
was still on the agenda, especial-
ly at the Tiran Straits. Between
these two dates a sizeable part
of the Egyptian Army was smash-
ed and its equipment captured.
Everything favored Israel's suc-
(,,s even nature For the rains
held off until Monday night, Nov.
6. This rain, ushering in the
winter, was preceded by clear,
warm days, perfect for the Israel
Air Force to operate at peak ef-
ficiency.
The brilliant seven-day drive
has now become a focal point of
interest to military historians and
soldiers. They will spend endless
Plated prior to the outcome of the court trial
Cie, T T >ear The G"man Gyneco og ca
o,7 .L .* ,lfrmma,ed h" membership -the
only body to have done so
Kieiuh'he ,h<,ruhand the Public prosecutor in
Wei. Who is in charge of preparing the case, has
so far been unable to find a single German
-<<-!< B Vac,riaI-where an expert m*-
nand to render an opinion on certain technical
vZef a mPdlCal na,Ur" A1 w-0 w^re'ap!
- -a &vet pv camp ~2E* Ten Commandments'Gigantic!
hours pouring over way I
ment available in order hi.
the secret's of the lighten (
paign. The military hul
will record it in thick nl
for the officers who will i
as a textbook on militaji 1
and strategy In the final I
sis, what was once a striknfl
umn of vehicles and moil
first dusty, the second.
bearded, bronied and, mi
portant. hard-hitting, will
dry. brittle words in
manual-, or glorious I
stories and tales or vind, I
memories
Most Israelis fervently
tbat all future battle- if I
must be will be as
victorious as this one. For I
battles are apparently in'
fing No Arab state has j*J
nified it- willingness to sit
to a peace conference. It M
ficult to predict what theset"
battles ill he like. "
runs for a full-dress war,
or without foreign help,*M
turn to the Fedayeen
tween these two extreaws.I
combinations are possiblt
HERBERT G. WJrFT
MOMS SMOLAR
S3S5PEs
eaJ ?,* Caumed out- ^"""h,,. Hollywood
d manV f, 't- ,h*,P'"-n of whS j TODAY, when the army of mod-
w-.re connected ^ ^'" *" Cham' J !"2! returBs l thr -t-
'r the lareevr.u Mi-ntific'- p|,n >' Mount Sinai where the Law
the large-scale stenluation of entire nations. ** 8'ven 3.400 years ago, Cecil
B. DeMille's "The Ten Command-
UJA's Quiet Success Story for '56 Unfolds at a Convention
THE UNITED Jewish Appeal came to its annual
national conference Friday with a record of
SiSMS000.-?00. HrTed aS Cmparp" *"" S
l"2"n2"SS ?n t* >ear This' ln ** 'o
S4ii.OO0.000 m new borrowings for Israel made
K2? lVhP [pfurKlin- ,n" Jr of loans made
in 1954 This achievement is in no small measure
Juih u .irf ^ef(or,s of ,he >ounR
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, executive vice chair-
man of the UJA.
It was his first year in thU BoettSM, and n
entered upon it with all the zeal of a young man
devoted to the cause of Israel at a most critical time
lor the Jewish State. He proved his ability by stun
ulating in addition to the regular UJA drive
headed b" w,la': pPOrts' J?A na""> leader.
o making th Tea^he^'jV^ '" lhe'r ,lm'
Thev ne WA'l most successful
?sjfr!KArEtt,he d,,wnward z *^
"d 1954. anS which was siE^ b*,WW!n ,M8 "mUnt f "'M?'rch- **"**
previous year s level As ,\rl1,^ '," ^ ,he *"' "*** Wen *d ^- not
;."ed efforts, the over.,, 1^ ^ 2LK5
fare fund campaians .< on ewisn wel-
>-r than the prevl^ P"WI "* "*
Virtually ,u communities made a soeci.i .r
fort on behalf of the UJA. ''
ments" attains a timeliness not r<> sneiunn uui *
even the master showman could plus 10 percent of t
have expected when he concen
the crowning work of his long
and distinguished career.
To transpose into film terms a
theme as vital in its ethic and
social concept as "The Ten Com-
mandments" is a most difficult
task. No other motion picture in
the past 90 years can match the
least, money, which went into
the production of the unique
work.

Milton Sperling's negotiations
for the motion picture rights to man.
"The Diary of Anne Frank,
ed. after Twentieth Center
Buddv Adler outbid h
race for the GoodncM
plav. We are told that
atodk topped Sperlings J
in ibelhng <>ut a w
plus 10 percent of
is a bitter irony that i
diary of a Jewish girl <
never had more than l
to her name, should mwj
lions of dollars frJ,r^
neither heard of her
was alive nor had any'
nection with the trage*>i
brethren. The money "
the production of
as The Diary of An* I
could have saved the !n
sands of Jewish girb *"
her fate. Thus Anne
symbol of man's in
and perhaps indiff*


hr 14, 195*.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMI LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN 11... t
the undersigned, desiring In engage In
business tinder the fictitious linitl*- of
west Miami sriii'i.rs stoiik t
11 8. W. sth street, Miami, Fin.. In-
tend to register said nun,, with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
HAROLD I. SIKOKL
CLARENCE KIEGEL
ni.iwiMiiKiti; k I'.i.ikimi:i:i:<;
Attorneys for HaroM I. Klegel and
('larenre Sfegel
12 7 1 l-Zl-28 _________
NOTICE UNDK V CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKKKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en*
business under the fictitious name of
SOI'TH DIXIE BOWL-O-MAT nt
|3Mt S Dixie Highway. I Mile County
.intends to register said i.:.i- .- with the
iClerk of the Clrrult Court of Dad*
^County. Ffin-lda
_,_ HERMAN SiriMAHH
AMOS llftNTAMIN
Attorney- Mr Applicant
17Bo CoraV Way
Ili-tO 12/7-14________^^^^
__|_B__ftfliCitM
LEGAL NOTICE
Paqt
11 A
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..,.,,. NAME LAW
-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
"unjfreiwed, desiring lo _!
business linil.i' >h> ........
A II c |
'.V;,''i '!"" .'I..... ii,i.,,h; ind.
5 &8MEMSU? "**
, ;;VS !' ?AO COMPANY .,,
IVMda.
T-H-1I
SAM
County,
FRIEDMAN
KlUf KM0WIT2
\kowitz
} Feted
erkowitz will be honored
Er Sunday evening in Con-
J Beth El.
Ler will honor BerkowiU
[any years of service to
legation.
ring organizations are
Mizrachi Women, and
bpter of Men's Mizrachi.
|of arranfiements are their
presidents. Mrs. Rachel
and Israel Levcnson.
Iiairmen are Mrs. Bessie
and Harry I. Goldberg.
boob Congregation spiritu-
Rabbi Tibor Stern will
kipal speaker. Guests of
rectini; BerkowiU will in-
jth Ki spiritual loader Rab-
|ryahu Swirsky and Mrs.
ng to Sam Lefffl, chair-
leevenini! Maurice Gross-
I be master of ceremonies.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 1M117
THE ISRAELITE CENTER OF
MIAMI. FLORIDA, a Florida
corporation,
Plaintiff.
v.
EARL M BOODY. a single man.
individually and as Executor of
the Estate of MARY C. BOODY,
Deceased; et al..
Defendants.
TO:
(1) KAMI, If. BOODY. a single man.
Individually and as Executor of
the Kstate of MARY C. MOODY,
Dei-eaaeit. Pedrlcktown, New Jer-
,___
BERRY and EI.VA
wife. Podrlcktown,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
V, vi ... NAME LAW
, NOTII E IH HEREBY GIVEN thai
I'" undemlgned, desiring loenMao In
t\\ Ih UHJT SHOP .,, |5|o Washing.
"," *ve. Miami Itea.-h. Intend S reg-
'"' name with the Clerk of the
1 ''':f '-I-''....... Kior,...
BAMI I.I. RITA WTRUBEL
Hole Own
A. J, KAPLAN, Attv
Attorney for Applicants
US I.in, oin U.I.. M. it
T 1 I I'l
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
I*,..*.*.0 F0R D*DE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 39344
KSTATE OF
LOOS ROSENBLATT,
I lee-eased.
ALL PERSONS having elalms or Of
man,I. against the estste of I/,CIS
ROSENBLATT, who died on October
I. ISM, while a resident of the City of
Miami Beach, Florida, are herebv noti-
fied that hi, Order Of Administration
Lnneceasary has been entered liv the
"......rable FRANK B. DoWLLNC.
County Judge: that tag total ,ash
value ,,f said estate Is Four Thousand
T,, Hundred one Dollar* and Thir-
teen Centi (M.SM.18); and that said
Ims ien nsslgned t>v such
c,,,l. r to:
REBECCA ROSENBLATT
1 Inel ree I iffTve
Miami Beach, Florida
//. ROSE RESNICK
ROSE RTWNTCK
11 2"-30 IS/7-14
!n TMr,CU^TY JUDGES COURT
FLORIDA '~PAPJ .COUNTY.
(2)
(3)
(4)
Rt'ltERT C.
BBRRT, his
New Jeraev
HOWARD E.
BOODY, his
New Jersey
FI.ORKM !:
BOODY and JEAN
wife. Peilrirktown,
heii s. devia.
Ma, lleno>, tm
Be Contingent
[een Conclave
precedentrtl last minute
pen for the third annual
[conclave of the Greater
Midi Community Center
' the originally estimated
legation, when some 500
gathered Sunday at the
i. 1536 Bay rd.
any
[conference of delegates
|GMJ('(_'-s|M>osored clubs
lout the county opened at
with a talk by Leonard
i. past president of the
bunty Community Chest.
g as coordinator for the
was Miriam Scheinberg,
supervisor of the Beach
I Other full time staff mem-
) actively participated were
Gale, executive director,
' Tropp. assistant director,
I Piskin. Israel Silver. Harry
David F-kenazi. Dolores
|Hclen Ferrin and Donald
Icvinson and Josh Sirkin
vhairmen of the conclave.
le* Ittended from the Beach
Town Branch, Flaglsr-
Jewi-h Center. Temple
North Dade Jewish Center.
plloPark.ltui-h Center and
Israel.
M DENNY and
FRANK W. DENNY, hei husband,
I>el Arms Aits.. No. 109, I'enns
drove. New Jersey
(T.) All nnknown heirs, devisee*,
grantees, asslgn.es. Ilenors, ered-
ftora, truateea, ,-i , rlaiming h\-. I. ,- ,,r
at:.,lint RllDDA CRISPEN, !>-
dm gad.
(6) And If any ol the above named de-
fendants he dead, 'lie Ml
g ra n'
isteea, redltnri
a nd other t'iir, lei bv,
thmimh. und. r or ag i Inst the
gboere nami I defet lanl g.
) The unknown -.....- ,.f any of
the ai,,,\e naVned Defen let l
(8) And all parties, known or un-
known, having or (lain Ing to have
any right, title ot Inten In und
t<, the follow Ing rtescrlh
w -it, ate, I) Ing and being In I iadi
i 'ounti. Florida, It:
Bio, I. I '. THE
PINKS, a< rordlng to the PIgl
thereof. ,., .I, I n n., i Book
.e 76. of the Public Recordi of
l> i,l. 'ountj Florida
Yf ir AND EACH (ip you are here-
by notified that a Rill ol COMPLAINT
to Quiet Title to the above dei I
I propel t. hag been filed i
you, and you are required to gerve a
oops "f your Anewei qj I'leadlng to
the Hill of Complaint on the I'lalntlfl -
attorney, flEOR'lE CHEREN. 07
olympia Building, Miami SI, I
and flu* tie original Anewei or Plead-
;ni: in the offlre of th^ Clerk of the
Clrrult Court on 01 before the 18th
day of December, Ittt if you fail to
d so. Judgment by Default will he
taken agnlnel you for il*-- relief de-
manded in the BUI of Complain!
This notice shall be published ,,n,e
each week for four (t> consecutive
weeks in the JEWISH Fl.i >ltl I >l X N
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this !let day ,,f November,
19.-.6.
E n LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dadg Connty, Florida
(CIRCUIT COURT BBAI I
i:. JOAN SNEBDEN
Deputy Clerk
QEl (ROB CHEREN
Attorne) for I'laintiff
1,07 Olymplg l: nldni.;
Miami rj. Moil,1.1
11/2:1-30 12 7-14
SKWStbW"" no- 39,m-x
FRANCES BOLDINOBR
Dei-ease,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Al Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Est I S '" '"'""""," Against Said
VSu,."r"' ''" h "f >'oti are herebv
notified and reiiuited to present
claims ami demands which you,
either of you, mg) have against'the
estate of Frames Boldinger deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and tile the same in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first pul,II, an,,11 hereof, Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will he barred, see Hectlon TJJ.II of
ihe IMS Probst* Act.
Hate No\ 27. A.l> I9S*.
HOWARD sol.niNflER
ALICE RAFLO
As Aduiinistratoi
I '-'.it.- pf
FRANOBB BOLDINGER
Decesst d.
STANl.CY I, PAIDIN
v"7 Blacai t,e Kuiliilnu
Miami. Fl.,
Attoi n< y for Admlnisti
II SO !-' 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .-mease in
business under the fictitious name of
AIRWAY BBRVICK STATION at S7R5
N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Ihide County,
Florida
CHARLES IMi'lTONE H
CARMELO I'. IIKI.l.o.Mo :,""o
HTBRS, HFI.man *. KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
ISO Beybold Hldg.
11/23-SO 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. 196415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIARIIARA CANTOR,
Plaintiff
Vs.
FREDERICK UORERT CANTOR,
I icfendant.
TO: Mr. Frederick Rohert Cantor
12:i:l Avenue "S'
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified that a Rill
of t 'omplnint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
I'leadlng to tile BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, Arthur S.
Davis, Esq., Aronovltx & Aronovltg,
M Beybold Hull,ling, Miami SI, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk 0/
the Clrrult Court on or before the 10th
day of January, U&2. if you fail to do
, Judgment by. default will I,, taken
agalhei you fm- (he relief demanded In"
the Bill of Con,plaint. )
This notice snail be published once
J-.nll week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.oKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of December,
A.D. 15.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
748 Beybold Bldg., Miami 32. Fla.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12/7-14-21-28
of the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the undersigned,, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AI.IMINt M LADDER & SCAFFOLD
CO. at S5W N W. 7th Ave., Miami,
Fla.. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida.
AMERICAN LADDER &
SCAFFOLD CO., INC.
11/23-30 12/7-14
WICT MATRIMONY
11 ymn of ag*
?lemon up to
Mrs. B. S.,
deiira* to
60 yrt, of
Box 2973.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+sk*lsii fkr/kMan .
solicits your legal notices.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rales ..
Phone FR 4-4366
lor messenger service
For Buys In Acreage
Consult Too ionfiso Floridiao
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO A l.l. T,, WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
Whereat s wiiei. KTEINBERi I
MIAMI. FLORIDA: ARNOLD S GAR-
MI \.\ll. KLORIDA; mac MER-
MEI.L, Miami. FLORIDA, hi on
the 2nd da) of December, AD, 19 I
to be ineorporati i indi
pro\i-i'.ii^ of C iptei 601 i
Statutes, GARS AM CORP., .....n,r-
atlon, with its principal place ol busl-
i MIAMI. DADE COCNTT, In
, he Slate of Flo: Ida, and v
stockholders of such n did
o the 2>',th''la> of September, A I.
i.i be filed In the office of
i i etai of State ol the si ite of
Florid.,, a Consent ol all i
iidd, i under the pi o\ Islons ol
Chapter 608, Florida Statutes, show-
ing ihe dissolution of such corporation.
New. therefore, the Secretary of
Stale does herein certify !" tie
going and thai he Is tatlafk d thai
quirenu nts , compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hero an to set mj hand and have
affix.-,! the Great Heal ol the s tte
of Florida, al Tallahassee, the
caidt.il. tin- ih, i'l. nt -sixth day
-. ptember, A.I. IJSa,
(SEAL)
H. A. f*RAY
Secretarj ol State.
12 II .-,fi_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
IS under thit fictitious name of
KOOXBR PAPER a SL'PPLY CO.
,,,,. |nc i at in s \v. 17th we. in-
to reglstei said name with Hie
Clerk ol the Circuit court ,.f Dade
Floi Ida
i. \i:i:v B( INER, Sole I iwner
HERBERT B. WILENSKY
Attnrni f"i Appllcnnl
1102 Congn ss Hide.
12 14-21-28 l l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan,.- of
ADAPTO STEEL PRODUCTS at 3770
N. W. .'.2nd Street, Miami, Fla. in-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
s T TAYLOR CORPORATION,
a Florida Coloration ( ,w 111 l i
ARONOVITZ .v ARONOVITZ
tin Seybold Building
Attorn, Applicants
12 7-11--': -28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NTAltl.lTE HOTEL APARTMENTS
al ISO ocean Drive, Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ZAK-MONT eORmRATION
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Zar-Mont Corporation
12.I4-21-2S 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
f| tltlOtl name of
LA s m.i.i: STI'DIOS al 71SI Bon ts
Drive, Miami Beach, Intend.- to reglg-
ld name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MORRIS aOODRICH
MII.THN A FRIEDMAN
am..i ney fot Appli, anl
Seybold Bldg.
12 7-11-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ciwKTRAI. A- BOUTHERN ADJUST-
MENT COMPAN? at 13S8 N. W. 3Gtl>
Btreet, Miami, Fla., intends to regis-
ter said, name with the Clerk of tile
Circuit Court of Dade Count}', Ploi da.
INSURANCE SERVICE
AGENCY, INC
A Fa. Corp.
GENET a GENET
rneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
12/14-21-28 1 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY G!\ EN thai
ihe undi rslgned, desiring I,
HtlOUS na..... of
i hi: m. w COMPANY at in list
Street, Miami Beat h, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the I lent
of ih. Circuit Coui t "i Dade County,
'''"'"'- JOSEPH M'IMCIMIM
BEYMi >VK B LIEHM \N. Ks-iulre
Attorney foi Ippiebaum
jttj i i- coin Road,
Miami Bea, v Florida
10 12 7-14_______
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 33774-B
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ESTATE OF
LEON \i:d IC. I.II'SON
l leceai i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF
MIAMI, Miami. Florida, as Executor
Of the Last Will and Testament of
l.eon,rd K. I.ipshn. deceased, has
filed its final returns as Exei utor ol
aid estat and have filed a Petition
for final distribution in accordance
with the Last Will and Testament of
Leonard K Llpeon, deceased, and for
final discharge and that on January
llSth, I9S7, the Executor will apply to
the HONORABLE FRANK B. DOWL-
ING, Countv JOdgs Ol Dade County.
Florida, for approval of said final re-
turn- and f,,r an order of distribution
and for final discharge Executor of
the i.,,st Will ami Testament ,,f
nard K. Llpson, (1.....aaed
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
Executor of the Last Will ind
Testament of Leonard K- Llpson,
. B sod
11-28 I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eagage In
business under the fictitious fame, ol
BAHAMA IIKNITCUE CO. (Not
I,,',- I at in n W Sth Bt. Intend to
said name it ll the ( lerk of
rctlit Court nl I'a'lc County,
11 '' JOSEPH COHEN
DAVID Ko/.LIN
12 14-21-21 l ____________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tint
the undersigned, desiring t,, engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
fanny lee at 1341 Washington Ave-
nue, Mian.i Beaoh, Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ,,f
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC.
Ko\ NEK A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for New Fork Bakeries, Inc.
12/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned; desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ASSOCIATED JALOUSIE MFG. CO.,
not Inc.. at 310" N. W. 27th Avenue.
Miami. Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
I BCOTT-WHITAKER CO.. INC.
hi Bonny 0. Maiden, President
GOLDMAN Ai GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for applicant
2:1113 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
11,30 12,7-11-21
L
NOTICE UNDER FXTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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,
Plaintiff
VIROIN1 \ B. KAPLAN,
I icfendant
TO: VIRGINIA B. KAPLAN
M Longfellow Tel I
Springfield, Massachusetts
You are hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint for Dlt...... has been filed
; you, and you are required to
serve copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill "f Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney, RICHMOND &
GOLDSTEIN, attorney* 1 Lincoln
Itoad Miami Beach, Florida, and file
tl.....rlginal Answer or Pleading in the
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...SOCIALITE
Mr*. Arthur Trelster was hostess to a pre-
nuptial shower and brunch Saturday at the Algiers
hotel ...
Guest of honor was bride-elect Pauline Oppen-
haim, who will be married at Temple Israel Dec.
23 .
She's the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
ijm, Miami Beach, and some 50 guests came to wish her
ospective bridegroom Dr. Irwin Kurteack well .
member- of the Thursday club, guests included Mr*. Ben
,, Mr*. Theodore Firestone. Mrs. Joseph Williamson and
tnheim.
g of pre-nuptial affairs, another is due Saturday at
ne of Mr*. William Weissol she's the former Susie
J be honored is her former classmate at the University of
[Mutelyn Berg, daughter of the Henry Bergs .
this is only the first in a series for her Dec. 22 wedding
iy R. Rosenberg, son of Dr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Rosenberg,
,.d, 0. On Dec. 20, there'll be a rehearsal party for bridal
ills and nut-of-towners given by the groom's parents .
al luncheon, with Madelyn and her mother as hostesses
its and guests, is also scheduled this one at the Algiers
c. 21
(^resting note is that visitors at the Berg-Rosenberg rites
rlude travi lers from as far away as California, Pennsylvania,
I New York and Ohio.
rtivilies on an Active Birth Front: Muriel Hirsch Pick (the
i a grandmother again ... A new addition to daughter and
aw Alctne and Martin Brandt is an infant girl, who arrived at
bai ho-pital last week She joins baby brother Tony .
Dide Rubin, 5901 N. Shore dr., boasts a new grandchild
i she i- awaiting the arrival of another Mr. and Mr*. Sy
i gave teen daughter Claudia f new sister, and she is home
. Happy over the event, Oida is now marking the days
he arrival ol the new addition to the family of daughter and
Haw, Dr. and Mr*. Daniel Hammond From Normandy dr.
I word of the birth of a son Saturday at Mt. Sinai to Mr. and
*m Rosner he is the hotelman here Bris will bo Satur-
their ocean front Sterling, with grandparents Mr. and Mr*.
(Rosner among honored guests .
pme can't make it at all and some, who really deserve it.
choice. Word is that Alan David Bredow will enter
sityof Miami medical school in the fall of 1957 .
tit Alan was also accepted by Emory University med school
same semester. He's the son of proud parents Mr. and Mr*.
B. Breslow.
lack for the holidays will be Miss Connie Jackson on a visit
ber parents .
K and Mrs. Louis Jackson, 1000 Lenox ave., are preparing to
ne their daughter here. Dec. 21 is the date of Connie'*
Ifrom Julliard School in Gotham Town, where she is study-
bra Masters degree in music.
Ir*. Charles P. Feinberg is busier than ever these days what
I her recently-assumed duties as Florida women's division
pent of A.K Ongress .
the thick of planning for the organization's dinner-dance
in the Cafe Pompeii of the Eden Roc Sunday evening. Mr*.
rg is al-o a major cog in mapping out "Congress Family
|" at Hibiscus Lodge Dec. 25.
Irs. Ethel Shochet has returned to the city for the winter Ma-
li will again stay at the Sterling hotel .
"f. Shochet left here in June for a Chicago stay with her
pter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner, and little
IM,, ,
lotSprin.:- Ark., and the Arlington hotel there was the next
P* Point before going to Washington via New York City.
Mtions capital meant a visit with another daughter and son-
F Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder ...
fePe !" "l ,heir grandmother were J. Louis, Jonathan, Jef-
nd Ethel.
rHebrew culture is close to my heart, and I am sure it is also
I o yours, Lto Robinson has been writing intimate friends
C. ,n,v"inK them to be his guest at a breakfast Sunday in
ferling hotel ...
f and Mrs. Robinson, hosts only last Tuesday to a Miami
'unction honoring Hebrew University's Dr. Bernard Char-
ts time -how the well-known Robinson hospitality for Yeshiva
Heart"'" r"v far naPPirv accepting Ihe invitation include these
I" oers: Georgt J. Bertmen, Ben I. Binder. Judge Oscar Caplan,
I 'uchtman, Isidore Goldberg, Sol Goldman, Maurica Gold-
en?* "offm,n' smuel Reinhard, Benjamin Rudnick and
,00d Rubin.
*tnm, Chock Posner and Dave Levinson will be hosts to
Eiiesu sharing a sumptuous cake Sunday in honor of the
birthday of their Algiers hotel .
r ,.ri wi" "o the honors around the Algiers pool, with
pion r Arnt Barn*** providing music appropriate for the
l nrnm*h" *' Wi" remind everyone of the time four years ago
ribhTn 7 ncwscasler J"" Cemeron Swavxe cut the front
l offcially opening the Algiers to its many patrons
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lot of joy, but there was
*or Joseph Schreibnvan. of Temple Emanu-EI. last
Igognp' ')ar,icipated as solo artist in Havana, Cuba, in the
L/ e at Vedado there
IPhilio H a
meae brumm'. formerly of Temple Emanu-EI. la cantor al
*ue Occasion o/ the program was a Festival of Lights
Men s club of Miami Hebrew School and Con- ceremonies, Jerry Baker, chairman of installa-
gregation installed officers Sunday at Sterling tion committee, Mrs. Al Gerstein, Al Gerstein,
hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames Mau- president, and Jack Stone, treasurer. Not shown
rice Grossman, Jerry Baker and Jack Stone, are Charles Hablow, vice president, and Len
Standing aie Maurice Grossman, master of Stern, secretary.
Greater Miami Auxiliary of American Medical Center at Den-
ver sponsored a fashion show bv Pualani Wednesday
evening in the Roney Plaza. Shown (left to right) are Pualani,
expert in Hawaiian and oriental fashions; Mrs. Morris Golus-
kin, 1054 Jefferson ave., chairman; and Mrs. Nate Permutter,
auxiliary member and model. Proaram also included film
on cancer and tuberculosis, as well as address by Temple
Judea spiritual leader Rabbi Morris Skop.
South Dade Auxiliary
Marks Jewish Book Month
Women's group of South Dade
Jewish Center will observe Na-
tional Jewish Book Month by pre-
senting a symposium on "Justice
lotah Fund Chairmen Meet
Presidents and Torah fund chair-
men of the Affiliated Sisterhoods
of the Southeast Branch of the Na-
tional Women's League of Dade
and Broward Counties, met Thurs-
day at the nome of Mrs. Louis
Cohen, 51 N. Shore dr.. branch
Torah fund chairman. Miss Lillian
Cohen, branch vice president, dift-
o.ssed plans for a major event of
the organization due here late in
March, 1957.
and Judaism," by A. Vorspan and
E. J. Lipman. as their program at
a meeting Wednesday evening,
Dec. 19. at the home of Mrs. Nor-
man Green. 7460 SW 57th ter.
Participants in the symposium
will be Mrs. William Baros, Mrs.
Herbert Baumgard and Dr. Flor-
ence Wechsberg. Mrs. A. B. Wiener,
program chairman, will be moder-
ator, and will direct the question
and discussion period to follow.
Mrs. Richard Lcben, co-chairman,
has arranged a display of current
books by many well known authors
on various aspects of Jewish life,
including fiction, non-fiction and
children's books.
ORT Official to Speak
Mrs. Florence Kupperman. past
president of the Greater Miami
chapter of Women's American ORT
and vice president of the South-
eastern Florida region of Women's
American ORT, will be guest speak-
er at an integration coffee given
by the North Dade chapter at the
home of Mrs. Norman Morgen-
stern, 980 NE 152nd st., N. Miami
Beach, Thursday evening. Mrs.
Kupperman will discuss the pro-
grams of ORT. Mrs. Jack Carmel
is president of the N. Dade chap-
ter.




CIA Women
Slate Meet
The first planning session of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Women's
Division will be held Tuesday
morning at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Campaign chairman Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff has called together a
group of community leaders who
will be selected to serve as mem-
bers of the Patrons' Tea commit-
tee, now in process of formation.
The top-level event of the Wom-
en's Division will be held Jan. 21,
and will officially launch campaign
activities by the Women's Division
in behalf of this year's crisis fund
drive.
"Greater Miami women are ex-
pected to volunteer in ever-increas-
ing numbers to surpass the record
set by the Women's Division last
year," said Mrs. Simonhoff. "The
plus dollars given by women over
and above their husband's contri-
butions are more vital than ever
in 1957 to help meet the costs of
emergency rescue work in Europe
and the Middle East.
"Since 1946, women have con-
tributed more than $125 million to
their community campaigns," Mrs.
Simonhoff pointed out, "and these
are funds raised by women inde-
pendently through 'plus' dol-
lars."
The division ranked third in the
nation last year in fund raising in
cities the size of Greater Miami.
The women succeeded in raising
nearly 13 percent of the total cam-
paign of 1956.


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The Cookie Jar Should be Filled
All Times for Snacks at Any Time
by REGINA FRISCHWASSER
The cookie jar is the proverbial
target of "youngsters" of all ages.
When the jar is filled, there's no
problem either for family or
quests if that sudden urge for a
.-ruck expresses itself.
So far as eookjes are concerned,
these recipes jre aunoiuj AlW tpp
favorite- and -.IioitW f)iifrf top
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BANANA OATMEAL COOKIES
\ cup shortening
Auxiliary Luncheon
Will Salute Home
A meeting for members of the
Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
will be held Tuesday noon at the
Algiers hotel.
Prayer will be given by Mrs.
Max Greenberg. honorary vice
president, and Mrs Louis Makov-
sky. program director, wdl pre-
sent a narration entitled. "Douglas
Gardens on Parade Narrator will
lie Mrs Ben Hammermann. with
musical accompaniment by Mr-
Irving Nelson.
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 cup banana pulp
1 '_ cups flour
'* teaspoon baking soda
'.- teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
I l*i cups oatmeal
'j cup fcrekeo nujt|
i Cream the. shertennM and grad-
i ualty add th'sURaf Afld well beat-
en eggs and beat the mixture thor-
oughly. Stir in banana pulp and
sifted flour. Resift with soda, salt,
cinnamon and oatmeal. Add broken
nuts. Drop from teaspoon into
greased cookie sheet and bake in
a moderately hot oven 13 to 18
minutes.

APPLE SAUCE COOKIES
'4 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
la< cups flour
1 teaspoon soda
U teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
' teaspoon nutmeg
1 cup bran
1 cup sweetened apple sauce
It cup broken nuts
cup raisins
Cream the shortening and grad-
ually add the sugar and beat thor-
oughly. Add well beaten eggs. Sift
together flour, salt, soda, cinna-
mon and nutmeg Add the bran to
the dry ingredients then add to
the batter alternately with apple
sauce. Beat well after each addi-
tion. Add nuts and raisins Drop
from a tea.spoon 1.U0 a greased
baking sheet and bake in a mod-
erately hot oven 18 minutes.
Fashion Show Wffl Be FeahiT
Feature of a gala holid. *. ,MI
Deceab,,
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gala holiday funr r
tion Dec, at the^w America", STL" Miami Ah,
hotel will be a fashion show of all-
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Sponsoring organization
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In charge of
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and Mrs. s,m Elj''
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Mr- Samuel Kelemer, BBS \v
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Sholom at a luncheon in honor of
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rating Junior Auxiliary of Jewish Home for the Aqed
I to right) Mrs. Harry Gorson, Mrs. Laurence Silverman
s. Lillian Smith. Membership tea and fashion show will
1 Monday afternoon, Dec 17, at home of Mrs. Silverman,
IE. Broadview dr.. Bay Harbor Islands. Slated is preview
lions in casuals, evening dresses and furtrimmed leather
Iby designer Margaret Newman and style coordinator
V Steam. Hair styles are by Vigdor. In charge of informa-
ke Mrs. Smith, 9541 E. Bay Harbor dr., chairman, and
oes Gorson, Moe Thau, Silverman, Joseph Wolfe and
' Kupferberg.
n Officers Will
;ted Sunday
[national officers of Alpha
1 Phi sorority will be hon-
a reception Sunday after-
j the Aladdin room of the
hotel
lsses at the affair will be of-
d members of Alpha Eta
| of the sorority on the Uni-
Iof Miami campus, as well
pals of the Greater Miami
I As^n.
pal Council mpmbcrs to be
I are Joan Cohen, presi-
Blanche Greenberger, vice
ht; Hilda R. Kreimer, sec-
[Germaine Friedman, treas-
tyid Johannah Abrahams,
Itretary.
lational AF.Phi officials are
j the area to plan a sorority
pon due for Miami Beach in
HK7. Mrs Dorothy Balch.
lay Harbor ter., is conven-
irman.
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Clarke, of the Univer-
[Miami school of music, will
p the 'Life and Work of
ISchubert" Thursday, Dec.
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Exquisite Earrings to be Presented
An exquisite pair of diamond
earnnKs will be awarded at a card
party sponsored jointly by the
Hebrew Academy Women and
four Mizrachi chapters at the
Blackstone hotel Wednesday after-
noon.
The earrings,.appraised at $2,000
will be presented by Mrs. Pauline
Chill, donor of the earrings and a
founder of the Hebrew Academy
women and Mizrachi organization.
Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs
Henry Penchansky. chairmen, an-
nounced, that admission to the
function will be two subscription
tickets.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Hebrew
Academy Women president, said
I Wednesday that the proceeds will
be used for the purchase of audio
visual material, a new piano and
reference books for the Academy
library.
The four Mizrachi chapters par-
ticipating with the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women are Miami Beach
chapter, Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, pres-
ident; Tamara chapter. Mrs.
Charles Turk, president; Dov chap-
ter, Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, presi-
dent; Orah chapter, Mrs. Irene
Miller, president.
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Children in Israel to Benefit from
Pioneer Women's Affairs Next Week
Children in Israel will benefit
from the proceeds raised by Pi-
oneer Women's Organizations this
month.
Mrs. Joseph Mintzes. of Club II,
Will sponsor a concert and play on
Tuesday evening. Dec. 18, at Knc-
scth Israel Congregation.
Mrs Louis Marcus will be chair-
man of the eevning. A professional
Yiddish play, "Disappointment of
a Father^" will be directed by
T)aniel W'oulff. Members of the
cast include Mr. and Mrs. William !
Stern, Mr. and Mrs Jay Mendol
shen. Mrs. Molly Wisman and Mor-
ris Beudlis.
To raise funds for their child
rescue program, members of the j
Kedimeh chapter are planning a
cover dish luncheon card party on
Dec. 19. at noon, in the home of
Mrs David fcfettttr, 1425 SW 18th
St.
Mrs Sam Wilensky. president of
Club I, announces a child rescue
dinner will be held on Sunday. Dec
16. in the Hotel Bdvwrds, at 5:30
p.m. A program of musical enter-
tainment will follow Mrv Ida
BedCOW will sponsor the dinner.
Mrs Isaac Pushkin, president,
revealed tin- week that the Greater
Mi.imi Council of Pioneer Wom-
en's Organizations will gather for
a monthly luncheon meeting at the
Raleigh hotel on Tuesday. Dec. 18.
Plans will be made for the arrival
of Batshcva Vilrnski. Shliha of the
Moetzet Hapoalot. sister organiza-
tion of Pioneer Women in Israel.
Mis. Jacob Raffel. president, of
Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women,
announce* that her group will meet
at the Miami Hebrew School Thurs-
day evetimg. SImIc- of l-rael will
br -hown. and members will par-
ticipate in community singing. Mrs.
Albert Scho'er is program chair-
man.
Coral GebUs chapter will hold
its monthly meeting in the Israelite
Center Thursday eevning, Dec. 13.
National Council of Jewish Women
Will Usher in Winter Season Dec. 23
Junior Hadcssah Girls
Will Demonstrate Fashions
Fashions galore iii be shown ;it
the Algiers hotel Thursday c\c-
n in;;.
Girls from Miami Beach Junior
Hadassah will present fashions
irom dUBCay Stone and other well
known dress manufacturers.
The show has been planned by
Miss Bobbie Freedman and Miss
Roberta Friedberg
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National Council of Jewish Wom-
en will once again usher in the _
winter season with a pre-opening:
night dinner dance at the Latin
Quarter on Sunday, Dec. 23. ac-1
COrdtBf to Mrs Jean C. I-ehmnn.
Greater Miami Section president.
A brilliant assemblage of Miami
Well knowns are holding reserva-
tions as in years gone by. since
this thuya promises an evening
of fun and frolic for all.
A partial guest list include- Mr.
and Mrs Carl Weinkle. Mr. and
Mi Sidney Lewis. Mr and Mrs.
Howard Grove, Dr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Gertman. Dr. and Mrs. Nathan-
iel Levin, Mr. and, Mrs. Milton
M.ir. nil-. Mr. and Mrs Alvin Wat-
son. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spector.
Dr. and Mrs. Alex Libow, Mr and
Mr-. Leo Ackerman.
Mr and Mrs Norman Tatar. Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mr and j
Mis Stanley Myer-. Mr. and Mrs. I
Dnvid Pollack. Mr: and Mrs. Wal-'
tar Kovner, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
i. Dr. and Mr- Sam Knhlcii-
Vr. ;ind Mr- I.con Kaplan,
Mr and Mr- John Temple. Mr. and
Mrs. Burlon GoUfteia and Mr. and
Mr- Aaron Kanner.
Dreea i- optional at this affair.
of which Mrs. Alex Robbins is
chairman for the Council of Jew-
ish Women. Lou Walters of the
Latin Quarter, has garnered the
heal of European talent for his
"Ziegfield Follies of 1956" and an-
nounces that several surprises are
in store for gue-t-.
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WHITS BEHIND THE LABEL ON THE MMISCHEWITZ CAN?
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png program for meeting of Sisterhood
kpie Beth Sholom are Mrs. Joseph Weis-
[Mrs. Fred Sheldon, Mrs. Arthur Cour-
Ben Berlin and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan.
will take form of socio-drqma, in
lumily problems are discussed with ex-
[of Jewish Family Service Dr. Herbert
Sanderson, director of vocational guidance;
Ivan Cohen, intake secretary; Helen Bloom-
berg, caseworker; Maxwell Fassler, casework
supervisor; and Albert Comanor, executive
director. Meeting is Wednesday afternoon in
the Temple banquet hall, according to Mrs.
Sol S. Pine, Sisterhood president.

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Ko right) Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Dr. Harris J. Levine,
"Nahum Astar, Leon Ell and Daniel Broad.
10 Hear JNF Leaders
11 for Top Aid to Israel;
|ree Get Honor Scrolls
Dmc 7(X) persons participated in the second annual dinner of th<
i National Fund Council of Greater Miami Sunday at Waldman':
hotel Included were representatives of every affiliated Zionisi
ation hen
Harri* J Levine, national
ent of Hi,. Jewish National
and Hon Nahum Astar, 1s-
Consul in Southeastern Unit-
es, were amonR speakers of
p'mng. Di Levine called for
p>K JNF. emphasizing its im-
funcli.it, m aiding the de-
of Israel through the estab-
planting of a million trees to en
circle the city of Jerusalem."
Astar, presenting the case of Is
rnel and the right to defend her-
self 'against the constant and open
aggression of hostile Arab neigh-
bors" during the past eight years,
called attention to the fact "that
nt of colonies and defense' although Israel had presented its
along the borders and the'complaints to the United Nations
during these eight years and plead-
ed for the opportunity to sit down
with the Arabs to discuss peace, no
positive action has resulted."
"After much soul searching, and
having definite knowledge of plans
for the imminent invasion of Israel
by Egypt, my government was
forced to launch its action Oct. 29
;n order to insure its survival,"
he declared.
Astar stated that there can be
no compromise between freedom
ind justice, "and that all rinht
hinking individuals must agree
hat Israel had no other choice in
ts decision."
Scroll of Honor was presented
by Dr. Levine to Daniel M. Broad,
president of the Council, Leon J.
Ell. member of the JNF national
advisory board, and Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. chairman of the Coun-
cil's executive board, for the out-
standing accomplishments which
the Council has achieved in Great-
er Miami.
Dr. Zev Kogan, southeast direct-
or of JNF activities, also present-
ed greetings. Cantor Samuel Reta-
iner, of Temple Beth Sholom, was
heard in a music program.
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1.000 persons, including
tuni,y 'Mders from Greater
arid Hollywood, attended
1 dedication ceremonies for
" Trau Pavilion
* of the Jewish
6J Sunday.
of honor was Gus Trau.
1 "I the Home, who
for the pa-
at the
Home for
addressing the capacity
control and prevent aegeia-rauv.- Ano a Su|(,nic Gluck,
diseases which are the present ^dlence^erjMJ ^ ^
major killers of mankind. r v Dr Bcnja.
Dr. Jones, in giving a message of Council of jne ^ ^^
hope for victory over chronic .11- J^JjJ'gSr Miami Jewish
ness in the aged, called upon the o oi wt silverman,
community to support the research Feo^rntton. .1 ;(UxiIiaries
programs of the medical school "so representing tne^ three a
that people might live happier. of the Home: and Baron de Hirscti
more healthful and more useful Mf,vcr and Stanley B. Beckerman,
lives in their later years" d members.
Irving Cypen, Home board chair- B
fbted the funds
*i!?Ip.h Jonps' Professor ol
kr>i a n ,nive**y of Mi-
P"1^'' Trau and the Home's .
^"'P for their pioneering and awards to S. I. Bernbaum. former
*ome-as one of the out-[board chairman, and Mr. and Mrs
man, presided at the meeting, and
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin 1
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C a .kZens '" the nat'0""
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Sam Resnick for their "outstand he purchase of a room
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in the areas of capital planning and in the pavilion
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SEta Memphis, and hi, award |senior dUiens and in tribute to the
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Friday
ans
MISS GUARD
NewScx
Group
Process of tLJl^M
4,,h >' Miami b,^
Purpose of the no
"W doni ,, ,,
' institution; 'Sh.
| those noople can 7nn'
and cultural activity-2L"
wan< hy 'just dmppin|?
Edward Levy. 7343 Carlyle avc. vitz. Baltimore. Md announce the 1210 101st st., Bay Harbor Island Mrs- ^ook said the ncei
The bride elect is a graduate of engagement of their daughter, J announce the betrothal of their a S0Clal HrouP' -ia en
Miami Bt;ich High School and at- Nancy Ann. daughter, Roberta Faye, to Mar- an?a' wnere mtn
tended Vanderbilt University. The groom-to-be is Jack Alan, tin Harold Galex.
MISS fltimtKS
MISS LAbOVITZ
MISS CONUI
miss Nwwrrz
MISS LtVINSON
Parents Tell BetrothalsJune Rites for Some
Shifri-Kohn
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Muriel Shifra, to Harris David
Robn is bcini announced by Mr
and Mrs. William Schostak, of where she was in Alpha Epsilon Davis, and his parents are Mr. and
Chicago. uu: --------:*-- i._- n__ ...
Muriel's fiance is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Kohn, Chicago.
She attended Miami Edison Senior
High School and is now a student
it the University of Michigan.
The couple are planning a spring
wedding.
Fierberg-Lavy
Mr. and Mrs. Sol way C. Firrberg,
P416 Bay dr. announce the be-
trothal of their daughter. Claire
Hinda. to Robert David Levy.
He is the son (if Mr. and Mrs.
, Phi sorority.
Her fiance is a student at the
, University of Miami.

Firkelstt-in-Wyman
Miss Nancy Finkelstein has chos-
en Jan. 20 for her marriage to Mil-
ton H Wyman.
The bride-elect is the daughter
Mrs. Bernard S. Davis, N. Miami
Beach.
The couple are planning a sum-
mer wedding.

Guard Lavitt
The engagement of Miss Bobbi
Guard to Jack Levitt is announced
by the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
June 30. Both are students at the
University of Iowa.
of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Finkelstein, and Mrs. Joseph Engel, 1530 Wash-
230 Zamora ave., Coral Gables.
Her fiance's parents are Mr. and
lira. Abraham Wyman, West Mi-
ami.

Labovifj Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Labo-
ington ave.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Levitt, 6024 SW 8th
st., Miami.

L>vinon-Galax
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Levinson.
Sindell, Sirkin Troth Revealed Here
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell, Miami Beach High School where
11 Island ave.. Miami Beach, an- she was editor of Typhoon and a
nounce the engagement of their member of the Student Council,
daughter. Ruth Ellen, to Richard Thespians and Majorettes. She at-
Sirkin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton tended Vanderbilt University,
Sirkin. 2024 N. Bay rd., Miami Nashville, Tenn., where she was
Beach (secretary and house president of
7 he br.de-e.ect is a graduate of SKSSST^ ^ "
Miss Sindell will be graduated
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from the University of North Car
lOlina in June, with an AB degree
in English.
Mr. Sirkin is also a graduate of
! Miami Beach High School, where
| he was business manager of the
Beachcomber, received a journal-
ism medal and belonged to National
Honor Society.
He will be graduated from the
University of North Carolina in
June with an AB degree in Eco-
nomics He is president of Pi Lamb-
da Phi social fraternity and adver-
tising manager of NROTC.
The couple will be married June
16 in Miami Beach.
"New Time"
9:30 to 11 a.m.
FOR
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WAHR 1490 on Dial
NASATIR'S YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
FIRST JEWISH MORNING PROGRAM ON THE AIR
Beginning Sunday, Dacember 9th
RADIO STATION
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Sushnna Specter, Joseph Borkoy mmi
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them."
Cehen-Biblo "T" hou*" !
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Cohen. t^TZSZ*
301 Sarto ave.. Coral Gables, an- for senior citaiE?
nounce the engagement of their added *'
daughter, Ruth, to Martin Biblo.j
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Philip Biblo, 145 Jefferson ave.,
I Miami Beach. An early spring wed-
ding is planned.

I Hurwiti-Ceelan
A June wedding is in the offing
for Miss Sonya HurwiU and San
ford Caplan.
The bride-ele^ct is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hurwitz,
130 NW 22nd ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Liberman.
5601 SW 7th st.. are parents of her
fiance.
To Nominate Officers
Hebrew Free Loan
meet Monday eevning
16th ave to nominate i
the new season.
7*0 Dates ore Scheduled
o> Core/ Way Worn**
Coral Way Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will meet Monday evening
at West Miami Junior High School.'
A luncheon, card and man jong
party will be held at Miami Diaper
Service. 4200 Aurora at. Coral
Gables, on Tuesday noon.
National Poet h Topic
"Yehuda Halevi." Jewish nation-
al poet, will be the topic of a lec-
ture by Dr. Abraham Wolf son
; Sunday evening at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean
ct. This marks the 11th lecture in
the series on "The Philosophers
and Poets."
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number 14. 1956,
Ztelitncrldton
From Maj. Bowes to Grand Opera,
Beverly Sills Now Eyes Miami Area
Page 7B
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The third pair of the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra con-
certs, with John Bitter, conductor
will he fiiven on Sunday and Mon-
day eveninp, Dec 16 and 17. with
Beverly Sills, young American so-
j prano. as soloist. Sites are Miami
Beach and Hade county auditorium.
I Titian-haired Beverly Sills is well
, known to concert and opera goers
I from coast to coast. Widely ac-
Iclaimed by audience* and critics.
Capitol
on the Sunday morning
Family Hour, in 1938.
Miss Sills will display her so-
prano talents in "Four Last Songs,"
by Richard Strauss. These include
"Spring," "September," "On Going
to Sleep" and "At Dusk." She will
also be heard in the aria, "Qui, La
Voce," from the opera by Bellini.
Mr. Bitter will lead the orches-
tra in "Overture to the Bartered
Bride." by Smetana: "The White
Max Davis, president of Miami Beach chapter, receives
Ltifully inscribed silver tray from Mrs. Esther Lerman. vice-
dent and membership chairman.
Chapter Fetes President
Jficers. board of directors and members of Miami Beach chapter,
B'rith Women, paid tribute recently to their president on
L Davis Day" at the home of Mrs. Esther Lerman, vice president.
Irs. Davis, civic and community leader here, was feted in the
of her term at a luncheon in appreciation of her "outstanding
ements" in the Miami Beach chapter, and was presented with an
|bcd silver tray,
nong letter- and telegrams received were those sent by out-
j officers of District 5. Sharing the honors were Mrs. Davis'
ter. Mrs Albert Apseloff, and grandson Richard Michael.
ome 50 new members were enrolled. Mrs. Lerman presented
ifith the traditional gold menorah pin and honor card.
alike, for her 1955 debut with the : Peacock," by Griffes; Music from
New York City Opera Company as'"Der Rosenkavalier," by Strauss;
Rosalinda in Der Fledermaus, the' and "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5."
New York Times stated: by Villa-Lobos.
"Miss Sills acted with complete \ M'ss Sil,s will appear in the so-
j assurance and with a wicked glint prano Part of ,ne Villa-Lobos work,
in her eyes. She looked the part I wi,n Herman Busch featured on the
and sang it with an attractive voice ce"-
of good size and supple technique. I L Z -------------
The New York City Opera has BeOUfy Expert in To/fc
added an accomplished singing act- Beauty expert Miss Maria Marcy
ress to its roster." will speak on "Charm and Your
A native of New York. Miss Sills'Public Persona,ity" Tuesday eve-
received her early musical train- ;n'n* at a meeting of Friends of
ing from nationailv known vocal 5? Seven L,vely Arts- Slte is the
teacher, Estelle Liebling. In spite Miami Beach Community
of her artistry as a pianist and a 21 Washin*ton ave.
guitarist, she was encouraged to
devote her attention to the train-
ing of her voice. After making her
professional debut as a coloratura
soprano on the stage of Town Hall
in 1937. she attracted the favorable
notice of Major Bowes and was
later signed as a regular performer
Center,
lio, TV Stars
leduSed Here
jie and Dick Osborne, familiar
AT and WCKT audiences for
lively celebrity interview
.will be featured speakers at
16 Sunday meeting of
Limited. Location will be
Wei Alcazar.
I Osbornes will tell some of
"inside" stories about the
iless stars they have inter-
Included will be Ed Sul-
I Sammy Davis Jr., Imogene
Phil Foster. Billy DeWolfe.
pad Lucy and Elvis,
iginal on the-air tape record-
Iwill be heard,
b president is John Williams.
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CLOSEO SATURDAYS
Local Leaders Will I
Hear Yeshiva Story
A small corps of top community
leaders will meet at a breakfast
affair Sunday morning in the Sterl-
ing hotel. Local philanthropic, cul-
tural and civic leader Leo Robin-
sop will be host.
Purpose of the meeting will he
to apprise the community of the
programs now being carried on at
Yeshiva University in New York
City.
The university currently boasts
13 undergraduate and graduate
schools, with -a student body of
Qver 3.000. The Albert Einstein
medical school is the most recent
addition to Yeshiva's roster.
"This is not a fund raising meet-
ing," Robinson stressed. "Our
main purpose will be to tell what
we believe is an interesting story."
Kaplans Mark
Golden Wedding
Meyer Kaplan was so impressed
with his niece Clara, that he mar-
ried her 50 years ago, 1906, in
Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary
Nov. 22 at the Algiers hotel.
They live at 7840 Carlyle ave.,
Miami Beach, and have been resi-
dents here for the past 15 years.
The anniversary celebration
took the form of a dinner for
friends, their three sons and daugh-
ter.
The couple's children, all from
I Chicago, are Robert, Joseph, Sam-
uel and Mrs. Harry (Rose) Miller
who came to Miami Beach especial-
ly for the affair.
BEVERLY SILLS
John Forsytho is much more interested in personal charms of
Maureen O'Hara than in story she's trying to tell him in this
scene from "Everything but the Truth." Universal-International
picture in Eastman color in which they and Tim Hovey star.
The picture plays The Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres
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^ar Reception to Fete
Paul Strassburg
Paul M. Strassburg will hMMM
ing services. Pee., 15, at Templr
ine MnrictkW Dee. 15, at Temple
JlfBM, 320 Palermo ave. Rabbi Mor
ris Skop will officiate, with Can-
tor Irving Robinson rendering the
musical portions of the liturnv.
Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Strassburg. 526 Perugia
ave.. Coral Gables. An eighth Bcadl
stinlent at Ponce crerLeon Junior
High, h m a member of the grad-
iwting frais t>( Temple Judea re
ligious school.
Last year. Paul was selected as
a model student and given a camp
*cbolarship during the summer.
Following the services, Kiddush
will be held in Paul's honor, as
well as a reception at the Strass-
burg home later in the day.
Among out-of-town guests at-
tending are Mr. and Mrs. Max
Strassburg. grandparents, of New
York City; Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Rcssman. uncle and aunt. Lynn-
bmok. NY: and Mr. and Mr-
Bernard Strassburg. uncle and
aunt. Silver Springs. Md.
Paul's father is music director
at Temple Judea and a noted com-
poser, whose "( hanuka Symphony"
received it- pr mierc performance
here last week.
PAUL STIASSBUIC
.
Leon J., son ol Mi. and Mrs.
Sam Pomerance, 10121 E.
Broadview dr.. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Leon is
a student at Miami Country
Day and Resident School. He
will be honored at a reception
and dinner in the Algiers
hotel.
WANT ID
ELDERLY GUESTS
ROOMS & KOSHER MEALS
1 Block from Lincoln Rd.
SAWS V!UA, i;4S cuclid Ave.
MELALEUCA
LODGE
* Rest Home for Aged
. and Convalescent
J
2 Clean Loving Care,
Good Food, TV
J 1864 N. W. 175th Street
Phone NA 1-8724
ALDEN
HOTEL
292S INDIAN CREEK DR.
Swimming Pool
On Pi emises
EHRENREICH I STURMAN
OWNERS
PHONE IE 1-0077
Jeifrey. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Melnick, 1911 SW 33rd
ct., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Is-
raelite Center. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky will officiate. Jef-
frey is a student in the Center
{ religious school and attends
; eighth grade at Shenandoah
.-1 Junior High.
INiOr A WOHDtKfUl VACAtToV"
EHRENREICH'S
Well Known For Their Strictly
Kosher and Delicious Cuisine
Make Reservations on the Ameri-
can Plan. Reasonable Rates.
European Plan Accepted.
Make early reservations for our
Traditional Friday Night and
Daily Dinners. Moderate rates.
Fred Louis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacques Cohen, will cel-
ebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El Saturday
morning. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Fred is an
eighth grade student at Mi-
ami Beach High and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
W.NES AND SELTZERS SERVED F8.DAYS Wi.rl MtAlS
HYMAN'S KOSHER RESTAURANT
HTMAN BUI IS BACK
"Servief the finest Nome Cooied" Meofs"
Complete Dinners
1301 COUINS AVENUE, Ml* Ml BEACH
PHONE )* 1.JA4?
14th SEASON UNDER SAME SUCCESSFUL HARRY and ABE BERGMAN
BROTHERS MANAGEMENT
STAR RESTAURANT
DAIRY, VEGETARIAN and flSH
Serving Breakfast Lunch Dinner else a la Carte
!
I 841 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Now in Our 14th Year
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6970 Collins Ave. UN 6-6147
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Fredric J., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice L. Kronberg, 3531
SW 1st ave.. will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday at Miami
Hebrew School and Congre-
gation. Rabbi Simon April
will officiate. Fredric is a stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior
High. A reception in his hon-
or follows at the synagogue.
MOZZEES
RESTAURANT
I
SANDWICH SHOP
NOW OPEN
ON THE TRAM.
AT S. W. IStfc AVE.
TZUM ESSEN & FRESSEN
open mom am.
LEGAL "OTK,
J !:>lnljfr. ^S'
r TO!' ARE !"
other ,.l..i,1K ,h"L>'"" *,
fault *lll |, i.,k,-n .^.i0"""^
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jules Diamond, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing at Congregation Beth
Jacob. Larry attends Miami
Beach High and is in the sev-
enth grade. Rabbi Tibor Stern
will officiate.
n*wn anu H,
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of Ix-i^af
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11/14-31
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Deputy nk -
New Year's f ve Program
Annual New Year's eve supper
and social, sponsored by the Gold-
en Age Friendship Club of the
Town Branch, will be held Mon-
day evening, Deo. 31. at the Cen-
ter auditorium. 450 SW 16th ave.
Committee under the leadership of
Mrs. Anna Levine is Dlanning the
program.
Henry Carlson is president.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT rnn.--
IN CHANCERY 120M
for u: .,.,,, of C^
TO: All... I, lirlnkmaa
R.-I.I. n r Inknown
"- l.-r#-l.y noting ^ .
lion ha, I,,. n fll,d In thtl^L
Moore, husband and *U, f
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li'.ialncw uii,l.i the flrtltloua name of
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Attorney for eamaia
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Miami J*. Florida
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December 14, 1956
SttM
CHOPS CHICKEN
A Unique Experience
in Dining Pleasure
DINNER
FROM $1.65
joos Cold A Hot Delicatessen and our Own Bakery Goods
fcjBll-1 '" Hi*ht Di"",r ~ c",l">*rY *" Seltitr t Knishes
[ll4lWasliingtonAve. Opposite City Hall Miami Beach
LI, Daily 11 *? ___________Satarduy 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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Book Published
A well-known Miami spiritual
lhfweSekb,mk ,S bt"n "SEl
H- is Kahbi s. m. liachtoi, whoa
! 2 Jl "& u(;""" will hit book
hop. throughout Greater Miami
within the next few days. j.agcant
Press, of 130 W. 42nd st, New
York City, is publisher.
Rahbi Machtei was spiritual lead-
er of Beth Dav.d Synagogue here
Page 9B
OPS A EVERYOAY
70 N.UI Ml T 7AM &10PM.1 Ph. Pt 9-7996
Sre Hiltfrv Windlin.
"On d|C Broobhetf," PK. n,A
The Garden Holtl Acres of Gardent
heath
- ret of Gardent
BLACKSTONE
in*
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SO SPACIOUS SO FKIENOLV
-oily /INCLUDING COMPLETE
per person J BREAKFAST
11 DELICIOUS
DINNER...
' to JAN. 20
$7 te Dec. 20
EUROPEAN PLAN AVAILABLE
STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE
Get Acquainted Parties Nightly Entertainment
Movies T.V. Dancing Under the Stars
Refrigerators, Pulimanettes, Swimming
J'ool, Supervised Children's Day Camp^
Phone JE 8-1811
COAL SEASON RATl
fjWrite for Brochure lily and Alfred Stone. Your Hosts%\
from 1930 to 1932. as well as spir-
itual leader of Temple Beth Sho-
lom. 1941-42.
Prior to that time, shortly after
the conclusion of World War 1
he served as field chaplain witli
the Jewish Welfare Board and as
executive secretary of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America. In 1931. Rabbi Mach-
tei founded the popular Radio Syn-
agogue of America, broadcasting
sermons and inspirational material
for more than 12 years.
Among the many organizations
in which he now actively partici-
pate! are B'nai B'rith, Zionist Or-
ganization of America and Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
940 71st St.. Miami Beach
NORMANDY ISLE
Opposite the Fountain
TAKE I BUS DIRECT TO US
?Vee Parkin3 Air Conditioned
For the Finest in
Kosher Dining
"sit MICHEL'S
Open Daily
Dinner served 4 to 9:30
Under Strict Kosher Supervision
Mashgiach On Premises
Catering for All Occasions
Phone UN 6-6043
Royal Hungarian "wa Restaurant
For Beautifully Arranged Affairs with Traditional
Cuisine-Use Our Kosher Catering Facilities
PHONE JE 1-5401
BELEVEDERE HOTEL
Euclid Avenue and 9th Street
Strictly Kosher
DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Under Expert Supervision of Alex Schonberg
TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER $2.50
with Complimentary Wine & Seltzer
SPECIAL HOTEL RATES TO JANUARY 9th, 1957
S35 per week 2 in a room including 2 meals
Call for Reservations JE 1-1103 B. Schull. Owner-Mgt.
RE-OPENING FOR THE llth SEASON
WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. DECEMBER 19th
Kafz's Kosher Restaurant
500 Collins Avenue
Phone JE 1-7235
fiNEST QUALITY KOSHER FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES
LET US ARRANGE YOUR WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS,
ENGAGEMENTS and OTHER SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
Complimentary* Beer, Wine or Soda on Opening Night
SONNTAG CATERERS ANNOUNCE THE RE-OPENING OF
THE FLAMINGO "W3 RESTAURANT
On Wednesday, December 19th at 4 P.M.
"rVe thank you for your past patronage and wo assure you of the
same line Kosher food and Service in fee future"
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
M3 Washington A venae, Miami Beach
Harold Kravitz has been ap-
pointed special legislative
aide for the oncoming 60-day
meeting of the Florida Slate
Legislature held at Tallahas-
see, beginning Apr. 6. Ap-
pointment was revealed here
by the Dade county legisla-
tive delegatidn.
have a truly luxurious
wedding | | fashion show I | banquet
at the exciting new...
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(Double Occupancy Til January JOth)
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Because of our matchless facilities,
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Yet you will enjoy all the glamour
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And rememberhere at the Seville
a luncheon for ten or a banquet
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Consult us sioi
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JEfferson 2-2511
DEPARTMENT
OCEANFRONT. 29th TO 30th STREETS, MIAMI BEACH
J
Under strict
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it th<
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Men's Group Sees Center in Action
Members of the Young Men's hand the wide variety of sen ices ing atttention on the wide range
Division of the Greater Miami Jew-' in the field of recreation offered I of GMJCC programs, from pre-
ish Federation are continuing to to young and old alike at this im- school to Golden Age.
visit local agencies to see how portant community agency. Mrs Milton Sirkin. president of
Emanuel J. Smith, chairman of (the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
the program and interpretation (munity Center, greeted Federation
committee, assisted by Center ex-' representatives. The tour wa fol-
Combined Jewish Appeal funds
serve their families and neighbors.
Attending the second in a series
of Educational Institutes at t'v
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center last week, they saw first
1 ecutive director Efraim Gale, es-1 ]owed a workshop ^jo,, led
corted the group on a tour of build-, ,____ _. ___
ing facilities, explaining planned y a panel of experts. The group
leisure time activities and focus-1 participated in a Chanuka candle-
lighting ceremony conducted by
Golden Ager Louis Weintraub.
Third Institute, in the aeries will
include a visit to the Jewish Family
S*"* Commits,
wuh ___ "** tads
*a* Profiram lrrT"
a?*-3R
on Dr. Cherrick's address. "This
talk brings it all back."
Frcdfe-Ascner, Chicago phifen-
th*tp\A,~ifi MTV- Oida C. RuSin.
chapter president, "that Dr Cher-
rick'.- talk should have been held
in a hall large enough for 2,000
listener- "
Other community leaders con-
gratulating Dr. Cherric1: included
Samuel Simonhoff, Samuel Smpcio,
Judge Harold Spaet. Mrs. Dorothy
I Krieger Fink. Dr. Daniel O. Ham-
mond and R. Williams Apte.
Left to right are Mrs. Oida Rubin, president of Greater Miami
chapter, American Friends of Hebrew University; Dr. Bernard
Cherrick, director general of the university; and Mrs. Leo
Robinson, hostess.
IN NEW TRANSLATION
HfAIIH RISOHI
Dead Sea Scroll Seen
At Hebrew Univ. Meet
Some 200 top community leaders
heard Dr. Bernard Cherrick last
week at the Algiers hotel in an ex-
hibition discussion of the seventh
Dead Sea Scroll.
Dr. Cherrick, director general
Of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, di-piayed the
first official translation of the
scroll, which he brought with him
from Jerusalem.
Sponsoring organization was the
Greater Miami chapter, American
Friends of the Hebrew University.
The scroll incorporates addition-
al information on Genesis, with
special attention paid to the beau-
ties of Sarah, wife of the Patri-
arch Abraham. The translation
was illustrated and printed at the
Hebrew University under the sup-
ervision of Israeli scholars.
"I held the original scrolls in my
hands last year when I visited Is-
rael." Sam J. Heiman, former Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign
chairman, declared, commenting
GREETINGS TO ALL
BOB STRAUSS
Your TEXACO Dealer
9201 Bird Road
Phone MO 5-1062
South Miami. Florida
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Lock Sefs Padlocks Door Closers '
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! 1304 N.t. 2nd A. FR 9-3144 |
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NE 5-9277
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Our experience as Memorial
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I MIMOHIAIS OF INDUKING tf Aim
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h Ph. HI 4-2018
GREETINGS TO ALL
OLINS PAINT and BODY SHOP
O. L. Pinson, Owner
LACQUER SYNTHETIC BAKED ENAMEL
"Pleasing You 1% Our Pleasure"
116 N.E. 29th Slr~, RUM
TO ALL GREETINGS
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INTERCOASTAL BOAT YARD INC
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number 14, 1956
,| 'Salute' Meeting Set
jCTfcf,fWjfHr
' mobilization mect-
Zw IS -Salute to Israel
:Sd Sunday morning t the
ftids office. 1544 Washing-
I rhairman_Jcob Sher and
lingfon Federal
(s Anniversary
h anniversary of the found-
Washington Federal Savings
n Assn Miami Beach, is
lelWte of the ;i^ofiatin,
ijO at inundinK. hve,
Jfcore than $24.00O.fJ
flt Jack D. Gordon said
iday.
botid chairman Arthur H.
and others, Gordon or-
Washington Federal in
session.
M
rr oKieers and directors of
ngton Federal include Mil-
"Salute" chairman Mrs. Louis Glas
ser will preside at the
scheduled for 10 a.m.
Miss Israel of 1966. vivacious
and lovely Sarah Tal, will be on
hand to talk to the volunteers for
the climactic event of the 1956
Israel Bonds drive.
Miss Tal. semi-finalist in the
Miss Universe contest, is remaining
in Greater Miami for the meeting.
She will speak at several other or-
ganizatlon meetings during the
week in behalf of the "Salute to
Israel" program.
ton M. Gaynor. treasurer; Jack R.
Courstifrt, s*rtetary; Clartcie "Pep-
per, Ben Giller, Michael Steckloff.
vice presidents; George H. Hirsch,
vice president and comptroller;
and Charles Silvers, director.
Besides its main office at 1244
Washington ave., Washington Fed-
eral also has a branch at 1120 Nor-
mandy dr., Normandy Isle.
200 PLANES EXPECTED
MIAMI HAVANA AM CRUISE
JANUARY S, 9, 10 A 11, 1M7
Sponsored by Florida Air Pilot's Association
Lit olane owners and auests jnvited to participate Package Deal
P P l-Oft IXTOKMATION AND DETAILS
JAMES G. PACE ("THl FIXING REALTOR"), DIRECTOR
k) S. E. 2nd Avenue,
Miami
Phone FR 1-162S
for Your Real Estate, Insurance and
Mortgage Requirements:
Janes Realty Company, Inc.
Cover Florida Peninsula of Health and Wealth
For PROMPT and RELIABLE Service
o I f i e f :
IS. Dixie Highway. Kendall. Florida, PhoneMiami MOhawk 7-2503
Sylvan Shores Hotel. Mt. Dora, Florida, Phone 2-4041
506 '0th Street, West, Bradenton, Florida. Phone 2-6951
FOR ALL TYPE OF SASH OR JALOUSIES
BAR-L0K STORM SHUTTERS
IAINTENANCE INCORPORATED
(Division of Ludman Corporation)
LA. Financing DIAL
3427 NORTH MIAMI AVE.
FR 3-5491
THE McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN McCUNE, M.A.I.
' MARION C McCUNE, M.A.I.
151 N.E. THIRD STREET
MIAMI
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BY HENRY LEONARD
VJW.*
JOIN TEMPLE,
KEMACft TORAH
pom-
A J0*T ...
Installment Judalsi
please
care...
because
hunger hurls!
hcaue you can send 22 lbs.
of food overseas for a single
dollar-help feed this hun-
sry child's family for a
**hole month!
MacKenzie Realty
In Land Deals
A tract of land lying north of
; Silver Springs and cast of Oak has
ibeen sold by Mr. Francis P. Brown,
of Cleveland, O.. to Kenneth Mac-
jKay. of Ocala. The property has a
frontage of three and one half
miles on the "Base Line" road, be-
j ginning about a mile north of Sil-
ver Springs.
About two-thirds of the land is
now cleared, in various pasture
1 grasses, and has been carrying sev-
eral hundred head of beef cattle.
The contract was made early in
May. and since that time MacKay
has purchased additional acreage
from B. F. McGraw. Carl Hendricks,
P. B. Putnam. J. A. Blake. J. Rich-
ardson, and J. N. Rutledge. to
round out the ranch operation,
which he says is now completed,
and he intends to operate the
ranch very much as the previous
owner has done.
Henry Martin, of Florida Real
Estate Service, handled the Mc-
Graw tract, and Smith & Cepeda
Realty, the Putnam, Blake and Rut-
ledge parcels.
F D. H. MacKenzie and Wallace
E Johnson, Jr., of MacKenzie
IRealtv. handled the Brown tract,
which consists of approximately
2 960 acres in one body, and a
separate parcel on which (lie ranch
foreman's house stands. MacKenzie
Realty also handled the Carl Hend-
ricks tract.
To Serve You is
Our Pleasure
Ed. J. Vischi
Real Estate in Ail
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UN Force Withdrawal
From Suez Dangerous,
Pearson Warns Here
Drew Pearson told an audience, Pearson said that the President
at Temple Israel Monday night that is finally getting the full story be-
removal of UN forces from Egypt hind conditions in the explosive
may very well mean a new Israel-
Arab war.
The renowned syndicated col
Middle East and in Europe, adding
that one of Eisenhower's major
difficulties has always been "his
umnist. whose articles daily ap-! delegation of duties and failure to
pear in upward of 600 newspapers stop trouble before it got out of
croM the nation, addressed a ca-jhand."
pacity group of some 800 persons j Remarking on his recent trip to
Referring to Egypt President Israel. Pearson called attention to
Nasser as "a new Hitler." Pearson the Jewish State's "remarkable de-
called for immediate guarantees of termination." So long as its sense
,________________________________pf dedication continue*, he de-
*nd Mrs. Benjamin Ginsberg of
Newton. Mass. *
Ginsberg. prominent Boston
realtor and community leader, is
a former president of Temple Beth
Zion, Brookline.
The wedding win he held on
Sunday evening. Dec. 18. While in
the Boston area. Rabbi llurwitz is
scheduled to participate in a series
of meetings and gatherings, includ-
ing the annual meeting of the As-
sociate Synagogues of Greater Bos-
ton, a luncheon meeting of the New
England Conference of Christians
and Jews, and a convocation assem-
bly of the New England Advent
Christian Theological College.
Youn9 Mom
In Unique Af*,
Young Married
reversing ,2 ***i
dav night. Det V,i *
'can dub iq $
" be men w. '
spatulas and men *ho '
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Our proud wive, ,
^ ready ,o help ifanSos
ed. according to Herb,
fharge of reservation,.
See Lee Mindkn Pv A
peace in the Middle East as an es-
clared. "so long as its lack of con-
cern for materialistic advantage
ad it- -elfless devotion to the de-
velopment of a new nation con-
sential of America'*i security. Pits- ,|nue thprc js m) w fof ,he
ent conditions in the area, he de- fu(ure o{ ,srae,
dared to be the fault of Secretary
of State John Foster Dultet, who
has missed the boat everytimc -nice
first he presented President Na-
puib with a pistol hack in 1953."
Returning to the Washington
-cene. Pearson suggested that U.S.
Ambassador to the I'nited Nations
Henry Cabot Lodge may be a pos-
sible Dulles replacement. Another
The columnist predicted the in- ibi,itv ^ president Eisen-
s hower s friend. Gen. Alfred Gruen-
ther. recently returned from his
commandership of NATO.
Pearson spoke under the spon-
sorship of the Temple Israel Men's
club.
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top port, indicating that President
Eisenhower is already convinced
of Dulles' ineffectiveness "but
wants to be Rentle and polite as
he alwaj s is."
Woodrow Wilson
Program Slated
University Of Miami vice presi
dent Dr. H. Franklin Williams and
Prof. Charlton W Tebeau. chair
man of the I'M history department,
will be guest speakers at a "World
of Books" program Monday evening
in the Oceanfront auditorium. 10th
st. and Ocean dr., Miami Beach.
The CM sttfffn will review "The
Greatness ol Woodrow Wilson,"
; by E. B. Alsop.
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KAMI I. tfON HURWITZ
Rabbi Hurwitz Will
Visit Brookline
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, of Za-
mora Jewish Center, will revisit
his former Brookline community to
officiate at the wedding of Mis*
Elaine Ginsberg, daughter of Mr.
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