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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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_ Number 51
Combining THE mm utm flBd m ^ ^
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 21, 1956
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W^/i^ &" 5fate ^rtment Cold Should
United Nations
I his become commonplace by now, even among those
Lndemn Israel of "aggression" for its defensive at-
the Sinai
to
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k president, Col. Agamal Abdel Nasser, is "probably
Lor." But it was only this weak that positive proof
Lffle forth showing what kind of dictator Nasser is.
Us strictly in the Nazi tradition. His titlo of "two-
jifler" is now well-earned. What ho did in regard
.! i 1. m*,0ntV ~ ,9'000 of th'm *"re Egyptian
divV ^ l ht'r rfS flin9 b*k ,0 ?" v*ry early
days of the diaspora, some of them reaching back even
nUo Jewi n ,h' d"yS0, ,h* S8Cnd Wp' "*" SoST
ing Jewishi commun.t.e. ,n Alexandria and later in Cairo
enrtched the entire world. It is recalled that Moses Maimo-
gainst the Christian "crusaders" by the Sultan Sal.din.
alien?0* Sudd!n1ly'1 ,hes Egyptian Jews had become
mlnv r.kSOdd!n !' 1M" J*WS of *>'*" ^tionality
hem T ,ra_d,,'"' Nasser decided to do away with
them. True, we have not as yet heard of gas chambers, but
Continued on Page 2 A
riiish MP Charges Dag Censors Facts
[ays Treatment of Egypt's
iws Deliberately Withheld
from International Opinion
LONDON (.JTA)United Nations Secretary-General Dag Ham-
bold has information about the position of Egyptian Jewry, but
Is not as yet revealed "the full facts in his possession," Barnett
^r, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, charged
Wednesday at a meeting of the
Board. Janner, who is also a Labor
party member of Parliament, has
\/f\ MJef* ^USt returned trom tne ^ri'ted
W 1/IfwLY States where, among other places.
he visited the United Nations.
f/i Concern
YORK (.ITA) President
ower shares the general
mi" ovr reports of perse-
i of Jews m Egypt, 17 major
fican Jewish organiation were
this week in a letter from
an Adams, Assistant to the
Went. Adams told the Jewish
lotions thai the State De-
pent was investigating the sit-
ting the leaders of the 17
i organizations for having
the President's attention to
eTtl of mistreatment of Jews
D'Pt. Adams said in his letter:
tinued on Page 7 A
Hammarskjold is being urged to
release the facts, Janner stated,
"because it is extremely important
that the world should know the
manner in which Jews are being
treated in Egypt."
The Egyptians, said Janner, "are
trying to explain away their actions,
as did the Nazis in the early days
of Jewish persecutions in Germany.
But the dastardly acts of the Egyp-
tion authorities must be made
known to the world."
Janner reported that he dis-
cussed the situation of Egyptian
Jewry in Washington last week
with the British Ambassador to
the United States. Sir Harold Cac-
cia, and also conferred on the mat-
ter at the United Nations with
Britain's delegation chief there.
Sir Pierson Dixon.
Israel in Pull-Back From
Sinai Peninsula-Burns
TEL AVIV (JTA)Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, commander of the
United Nations Emergency Force, declared at Lydda Airport near here
Wednesday that he "assumed" that Israeli troops will start withdraw-
ing this week from the southernmost tip of the Sinai Peninsula, where
Egyptian gun posts had domineered the entrance to the Gulf of Ahaba,
leading to Israel's port of Elath.
Gen. Burns voiced his assumption after a conference lasting
several hours with Maj. Gen. Moshe Dayan, chief of staff of the
Israel Army. The UNEF command--:----------------------------------------------
er had come to Lydda to discuss
GIN. 1. 1. At. BUMS
. talks with Dayan
with the Israeli army leader the
next stage in Israel's promised
withdrawal of armed forces from
Egyptian territory.
UNIT ID NATIONS Official con-
firmation ef Israeli withdrawal of
Red Paper Tells Khrushchev
Distrust of Soviet Jews;
Admits Leader liquidation'
troops was received here early Wed-
nesday as units of the Israel Army
were reported to be moving out on
a 15-mile front.
Gen. Burns confirmed reports
that Yugoslav troops under his
United Nations command have
been ordered to halt at a point 30
miles from the Suez Canal, stop-
ping short of the Gaza strip.
Some of the UNEF troops, who
Continued on Page 2A
NEW YORK (JTA) Russian
Communist Party boss Nikita
Khrushchev distrusts the Jews of
the Soviet Union and made no
bones about concealing his feel-
ings during a two-hour meeting
lailey Plan Nixed for '57
by THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Copyright 1956
State Superintendent of Schools Thomas T. Bailey's plan to introduce religious instruction into
School
Anti-Defamation
nda's public school system will not be implemented this year.
Announcement of the decision to set aside the plan in favor of further study was made here
"k following a mating Thursday, Dec. 13, at Tallahassee with Supt. Bailey and Atty. Ota
"d Irvin. The announcement revealed an unprecedented reversal by the Dade County
', wh,cn Previously moved to adopt the plan.
" meeting had boon called at Hie request of the Florida regional office,
H of B'nal B'rrth. Community leader, present included E. Albert Pallet, pr.s.dent-elect of
""Grand Lodge S, Bnai *
. Burnett Roth, District ADL
Ffman and chairman of its le-
Icommittee; Nate Perlmutter.
Nal director of ADL;
Feinberg, 0f Tampa.
*hi'e immediate
^mentation of
is now out of
of 'he Plan
'nto 15
he had in Moscow recently with a
delegation representing the Can-
adian Progressive Labor Party,
the New York Yiddish Communist
daily. Morning Freiheit. disclosed
this wax k.
The paper carried a report of
the meeting in Khrushchev of
fice by J. B. Salzberg. a member
of the Canadian delegation, who
said that the session dealt pri-
marily with th" question of treat-
ment of the Jews in the L'SSR.
Khrushchev, he said, attempted
to prove that present Soviet pol-
icy toward the Jews accords with
Communist Party theory on na-
tional minorities.
"To my regret, however." Salz-
berg declared, "I must say that
his arguments impressed me to
the contrary, and our differences
Continued on Page 3 A
SAMUEL ftlEDLAND
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and
and overall
the Bailey
the picture,
will be intro-
schools throughout
a ^ring 1957 on a "test"
each school representing
i Conti
mued from Page 4A
Fried/and Will Chair CJA Inaugural Dinner Here
W m m WWWejar ______. -hiUnthrnnir- mppt their Dersonal responsibili
Samuel Friedland, Miami Beach
leader and head of Food Fair
stores, will be chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal in-
augural dinner, slated for Sun-
day, Jan. 13, in the Fontainebleau
hotel.
"The Jewish community is
deeply honored to know that one
of its most illustrious leaders will
be in the forefront of this year's
crisis campaign," said CJA gen-
eral chairman John Serbin, an-
nouncing Friedlands appoint-
ment.
One of the outstanding person-
alities in Greater Miami's civic,
religious and business activity.
Friedland has long been known
both nationally and locally for his
dedication to Jewish causes and
his widespread philanthropic
activity.
Friedland announced this week
he is accepting the important
post "with a deep sense of re-
sponsibility and urgency in view
of the tragic turn of events over-
seas which now threatens the
lives of thousands of Jewish
families."
"If Greater Miami expects to
meet their personal responsibility
in the life-saving task before
them," Serbin commented,
"each and every contributor must
be prepared to give at least five
times what he gave last year."
According to campaign offi-
cials, the 1957 campaign is the
most crucial since 1948, the year
Continued on Page 6 A


Page 2 A
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b_ Dect
Egyptian Jewry Given Cold Shoulder
Continued from
Pag* 1A
and
.knew that a word might mean the country was sequestering Jewish
I death of the father, son or daugh- j monies and property. The Cirucel,
the pogroms were swift and as |ter held Dy Nasser's police as hos- ("hernia, Hanau and Chalons depart
brutal as any in history. tage? iimnt stores were tahen over by
What irks some observeres here I Members of the ancient Jewish Egyptians, and all Jewish employ-
at the United Nations is the fact 'community councils in Cairo and'ccs were dismissed. All four of
tHat the UN did not react to these Alexandria were arrested en bloc ,,,s0 flora* ;re owned hv oM Egvn-
-Jewish persecutions by Naaser. The Grand Rabbi of Egypt, the t|an families; one of them. Cirucel.
is i.wned hv the family of the in-
Certainly the. facts were known venerable Dr. Haim Nahoum. phys
here. Israels delegation chairman. ica||y wea|< an(j nearly blind.
Abba Eban, brought the early re-! showed himself as spiritually
ports to the attention of the C.en- strong and all-seeking in spirit,
eral Assembly. Later. Mrs. Golda when his resignation was refused
Meir. the Israel Foreign Minister. aiuj he had sent the resignation
spread the details on the minutes, directly to Col. Nasser old Rab
Every delegate here received a, bi Nahum rejected the pressure
corjy of the dossier on Nassers put upon him by the Minister of | jews became kriowa The man is an
cruelties submitted^by Mr*,.Meir the Interior. It is interesting to Egyptian Jew, the scion of an old
Approximately .flOftn.individuals note that a cousin of the Minis-1 jewih familv in hfs country: last
were taken from as many families Ut of the Interior is a Nau-trained vfar ne married an American girl
and held as hostages, being sent' publicist who had been called into|a jewess. Everyone knew why this
the ministry to help put the anti-lman disappeared so suddenly. Of-
Jewish program into effect.
Minister, Dr
laws of France's former Prime
Minister. Pierre Mendes-Franee.
Right here at the United Nations,
in the press corns, a correspondent
for one of Egvofs most influential
rewsnaoers disappeared the day
the Egyptian persecutions against
to concentration camps located
secretly "somewhere in Egypt." The
families of these 900 were allowed
to leave; but Nasser wanted to
make sure their lips were sealed.
He succeeded; who would dare talk
against the Nasser regime when he
Egypt's Foreign
Mahmoud Fawzi, virtually admitted
in oily tones, in a speech before
the General Assembly, that his
Israel in Pull-Back From
Sinai Peninsula-Burns
1A
Continued from Page
had gone beyond the 30-mile limit,
have withdrawn, but there was no
ill will between the Yugoslav and
Israeli troops, Gen. Dayan -aid. In
fact, he told
sla\ s had spent a pleasant evening
in the company of the Israeli troops
!>< tore withdrawing, the army men
of the two nations mixing together
before campfires, singing songs and
! exchanging banter.
Cm#7 .'<- IvnR.J.J Israeli atOUt planes had flown
Wim is fxpoittfeff over the Yugoslllv ro,umn as,, a().
.i.uk I) Gordon president <> vanc(ld too far (;,,n ,);iv.in con.
Washington Federal Savings and cpded- bu| ,na, WM a .mi>takc"
Loan Ann., Wednesday announced
addition of five Dew tellers to the
and caused "no ill feeling
The Yugoslav column had niM
staff They are Edwin Tunick. ed UsTOOgh some minefields plant-
Phyllis Beck. Howard Krnme- \\ ad by the l-raelis during the action
ron KopaM and Eleanor Jacobs, all against Egypt, "but none had been
i : Miami Beacfa injured,'1 Gee. Burns said.
ficiallv. he was "ill:" it was a dip-
lomatic sickness. The man return-
ed after a week's absence. But col-
leagues noted that he was reluc-
tant to discuss the situation of the
Jews in Egypt.
It wasn't for nothing that Nasser
had provided some of his officers
those who are literate with
copies of Hitler's "Mein Kampf"
in Arabic translation. The Israeli
troops captured some oi these
books akmg with Kussian-built
tanks painted with the hated Swas
tike. Nasser, the "great revolu-
the press, the Yugo-||jonary- hailed bv Russia and by i
India, was using Hitler's gospel as
his text. And when it came to ac-1
tion. he used Hitler's methods of
anti-Jewish persecution as his
model.
Still Nasser is the man In whom
our own State Department places
reliance, lining up with democra-
cy's mortal enemies from the So-
viet bloc and with all the Arab au-
tocracies.
Only Israel is open to the Jews the Uiri^
undergoing the new exodus from halted ,n!f N,Uo,> sti
Egypt. Mrs Meir and Mr. Eban J^wJ? ff sh> ?Z"nC%i ,erC .ln,medi"tely tht altar of DoV Jfap^hV
those Egyptian Jews who are able
to do no, and willing, may enter
Israel and take refuge there. But
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tJMP
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Histadrut
Laity leaders this week
/final Pla"s ,,,r lhe aPPear-
L> of Berl Locker, member
[Uriel Parliament.
C will be principal speaker
eling of the local Histadrut
tte Sundav evening. Dec. 23.
rheduH to arrive here by
frjtnv afternoon. A* press
nee has been set for 4 p.m.
Hman's Crown hotel, where
Cay function will tike place.
k^ntatives of labor unions
W Miami, the I^bor Zion-
Caniution, Workmen's Cir-
Jclergymen will be present
j Locker.
I Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Kl. will -hare lhe platform
he honored guest Musical
i will include Cantor Israel
ompanfed by Miss Anyula
Max Shapiro is chairman
evening.
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lorial Slated
Prosterman
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Miami will hold a meeting
ory of Samuel Prosterman
|!nesday evening, Dec. 26.
erman served the Jewish
kl Fund Council of Greater
(first as president a/Id then
irary life president for 12
it was a vice president of
ni Beach Zionist District,
ri of the Bureau of Jewish
on of Greater Miami' and
red on the budget eom-
[of Greater Miami Jewish
on.
fed here last year.
Orion will be commemor-
kh the dedication of a grove
I, which has been planted
I in his memory and will be
|as the Sam Prosterman Me-
Grove.
Beth Sholom spiritual
[Rabbi I.oon Kronish and
[Samuel Kelemer will par-
it) the program. Proster-
1 been an active member of
olom's congregation,
eraorial meeting is sched-
ule patio of Temple Beth
Miami Will Lead
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Synagogue Council of America,
central national agency represen-
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rabbinic bodies of Orthodox, Con-
servative and Reform Jewry, has
launched a comprehensive program
to establish regional conferences
throughout the country.
These conferences, held in co-
operation with the national pro-
gram, will lead to the formation of
united affiliates with the National
Council, it was announced Wed-
nesday by Dr. David S. Andron,
national chairman of the committee
of sponsors.
Greater Miami, one of the fore-
most American Jewish communi-
ties, has been selected as the cen-
tral area for the Southeastern re-
gion for the implementation of the
intensive program.
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Red Journalist Tells Khrushchev
Distrust lor Jews of Soviet Union
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opinion emerged ,n open
Khrushchev admitted in the
course of the conversation, Salz-
berg reported, that he agreed
with Stalin that the Crimea, where
there were many Jewish settle-
ments prior to the occupation of
that territory by the Nazis in
World War II, should no longer:
be a center for Jewish coloniza-
tion. This attitude, he said, was'
motivated by the fear that in case
of war the region would become
a hostile center against the Soviet
Union.
The Communist boss also ad-
mitted that Solomon Lozowski.
Moscow leader of the Red Trade
Union International, had been
liquidated "innocently" because
he had allegedly been involved in
the demand by Soviet Jewish writ-
ers that Jews be permitted to re-
turn to the Crimean settlements
from which they had been evac-
uated when the Nazis approached
the territory.
In denying that he was an anti-
Semite and that the Communist
Party in Russia pursues an anti-
Jewish policy, Khrushchev said
his own daughter-in-law was Jew-
ish and that many Jews occupy
high positions in the Soviet
Union today. At the same time he
stressed his opposition to permit-
ting Jews in Russia to have their
own schools. However, he enum-
erated lhe following "negative
aspects" of Soviet Jewry:
1. Of the thousands of Soviet
tourists abroad, only three failed
to return to the Soviet Union,
and all three were Jews.
2. During the incorporation of
a part of Rumania into the USSR,
many Jews chose to go to "re-
actionary" Rumania raher than
to remain on the spot and become
Soviet citizens.
3. Wherever a Jew settles, he
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Volume 30 Number 51
Friday, December 21, 1956
Teveth 17, 5717
lifesaver li" W
TZ* ?Z*J21 that he ,h6rC d -^
that it is I wh. have changed mTh Would v2*V
that i, h strange I shou.Tbe" J ffi J-tffl
who lam. that all these supposition? woUd S?' h* &
His name is Jacques Wolfe. Th ml t,rueifh^
mm am wron* ,n respect Other va its 'WlinTj
Silence in the Hall of International Law BzEBT^Mm
News from Egypt is tragic. We do not alone
refer to the political turn of events there, with
Nasser the victor in a war that routed him.
We refer to Egypt's 50.000 Jews many
of them members of families there reaching
back 1,500 years and more. They are suddenly
suspected today. They are suddenl aliens to-
day, being given the "standard" Nazi treat-
ment.
Property is confiscated. There are secret
kidnappings in the middle of the night. There
are barbed wire concentration camps sprouting
throughout the land.
Jewish Floridian correspondent Saul Cot-
son reports from the United Nations that a
cousin of Egypt's Minister of the Interior is
a Nazi-trained publicist called into the minis-
try to help put Nasser's anti-Jewish program
into effect. (See Pg. 1A).
All of these facts, and many more, are
available to delegates at the UN. For the past
ten days, Israel Ambassador to the United
Nations Abba Eban has been reporting such
details to members of the General Assembly.
Israel Foreign Minister Golda Mejr flew to
New York with additional information on the
tragic plight of Egypt's Jews.
But no one has seen fit to do anything
A Drive That Must Succeed
In the wake of the current crises in Europe.
Israel and North Africa. Greater Miami Jewish
Federation last week announced a S2.000.000
CJA drive for 1957.
The Combined Jewish Appeal campaian
'. be officially launched at an initial gifts
dinner Jan. 13.
This is a drive that must be successful.
There ran be no satisfaction with anything less
tn the announced goal. Too many lives de-
pend upon the outcome of the '57 CJA cam-
in.
The community stands poised on the eve
of the drive in full cognizance thai other Jewish
comrrjunities will have their eyes focussed here.
Greater Miami's will be the first launched
rrross '.he nation and must set the tone if the
United Jewish Appeal's goals are to be
cchieved.
These include a reaular campaian for
0 000,000 plus an additional 5100,000,000
Emergency Fund to meet the needs of the cur-
rent crisis situations.
Federation's announcement of its 1957 CJA
drive is none too early if all of these aims are
to be accomplished.
A 32nd Anniversary Here
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith is now mark-
ing its 32nd anniversary, and the community
takes the opportunity of congratulating the
lodge on its more than three decades of service
in accordance wih the traditions of B'nai B'rith.
Sholem Lodge was among the earliest of
organized Jewish community endeavors here.
Since its formation. Greater Miami has orown
to assume enormous philanthropic, spiritual
and cultural responsibilities. With this exrxin-
sion, came an expandinq local B'nai B'rith
oraanization that today includes seven men's
ledges, ten women's chapters and 23 youth
groups.
In eddition. B'nai B'rith in Miami today is
represented by the civil libertarian work of
the Anti-Defamation League; Hillel Foundation
on the University of Miami campus; and B'nai
B'rith Men's and Women's Councils, which
serve to coordinate the programs of local lodges
and chapters.
The 32nd anniversary of Sholem Lodge is
continuing evidence of Greater Miami Jewry's
enduring participation in the activties of the
Jewish community here, across the nation and
throughout the world.
about it. This is an ancient and by now "tradi-
tional" reaction to tales of Jewish torment. What
proves irksome is United Nations righteous
wrath over the misfortune of Hungary in the
face of this calculated silence.
We strongly identify, of course, with to-
day's Hungarians, who seek their freedom from
Soviet tyranny and oppression. Greater Miami
Jewry some two weeks ago officially moved to
accept its share of responsibility in our govern-
ment's Hungarian refugee relief and emergency
immigration program. This burden has been
pssumed despite the community's more press-
ing concern for the Jewry of Israel and North
Africa.
But we respectfully submit that the lives
and security of Egyptian Jewish men, women
and children are no less worthy of UN con-
sideration than those of Hungary's. If it is to be
a argued, in cold political terms, that our concern
over the fate of Hungary is above and beyond
humanitarian inclination intimately identified
with our struggle against Russia, this same
argument may be applied to the latest Nasser
transgression.
Nasser policy today is Soviet policy; any
attack against Western interest in Egypt is a
Soviet challenge to Western prestige. It is pre-
cisely the kind of silence found in the halls of
the UN now that nurtured Nasser's dictatorial
ambition before. Continued solence is both un-
desirable and unprofitable as the Oct. 29
Israel-Arab crisis proved, a crisis that could
have been avoided.
*-
A Sudden Switch in Position
The North Atlcntic Treaty Organization
conference meeting in Paris last week was told
by Secretary of State Dulles that NATO mem-
bers must be prepared for our immediate and
unilateral action anywhere in the world should
Washington ever believe such a step neces-
sary.
This was a strange warning, for the meet-
ing had been called to ease the strain among
Big Three nations strain resulting from the
Anglo-French unilateral action in the Near
East at the end of October.
We rebelled against that action as being
inconsonant with the. principles of the United
Nations. Why the sudden switch in position?
being the composer of "Mammy's Little' R-iL'i known
and I do not make this observation tc %c^*
expressions of humanity are known for l,h-"'nl S
mark whatever on the world through whichh \"* *
To be the composer of even one popu,r I "^l
has of course, written many more ^ hUdu"*" 4
ment. Even if one aspires toward being a vZ'm*ail
composed in relative obscurity than not tot b H
apologies to Lord Tennyson. avc *Pwdat|
But I did not think that then. I was m,r*i
half lifesaver of his hair, always sligEu w*!?"*1*.
youth and the days I could not coup t Pa, xZT **
Mr. Wolfe's music room once more m the hi/hS ""S
mg cognitions. He Would stand upon a PI* ifnjJ
tastefully at us. teach.ng us about which SL'T
little care. A rare thing for those days _a''* *
ground out the latest phase of his curriculum 1^*1
I among them cared least hut s\S'j?M,
sense of miniscule knowledge, that it ,s .mrnaturetoSl
of affection for "Scheherexade This what he lid will
the nasal orchestra through the portable loudspeaker h,^1
hands and head slicing the air "scherzando."
e ,
TMt PAST IS DlfflCUlT TO UlCAPTUKl
I BELIEVE Maestro Wolfe detected my derision feJ
soprano mocking his music "You," said he. pointing
pKJt, "you stand up." Risen, I was -hamefaced inaseaal
boys, who quite suddenly and piouslv adored "Scheherei
they, knew each of its phrases intimately, but really to i
discretion greater by contrast.
Still pointing an inquisitor's gesture, he insiructes.|
with the orchestra: this. I promptly, heroically refused to I
ing my courage with arrogant protestation against "Scheht
hardly anything more than drivel. What the outcome af|
was I can not recall; nor does it matter Most imponava
should have rememberer! it at all among the many m
young as a whole suffer.
The immediate result of this experience is that todayll
a single recording of "Scheherezade.- although I list
records many works of similar ilk that really oughtn't at)
Jacques Wolfe passed me by in an infant as I wasl
the street toward Miami The half lifesaver of ha hnrl_
ward. and I was moved for an instant to -top him-toletkai
this moment I have frequently recaptured out of the pat]
indeed, recapturing then: to offer to share this treasure!,
who played a principal role in it. Bui it was too late. He^
a moment later, his high hair propelling him into the dial
of "Mammy's Little Baby Love n Bread"
e eet
NATIONAL INTIMITY AS A fUNDAMlNTAl HSUt
CCHOOLS ARE what I had been thinking about Bat
specific, some of our Jewish -chooK here in .Miami I
laying claim to curricula emp! ludaism and A
would belMve him-' to concentrate on their specialty Claikatj
direction-, betray a kind of ex. ition.
Ttaii protestation frequently disguises what ha-coiw.s
to be Israeli chauvinism. But Israeli chauvinism is no sr
Judaism which, largely construed, invi IveJ religious
mysticism may be grounded in the faith of the rejuvenatas
But Jewish ethical philosophy has no such -incidc ider1*
conclude a logical or mandatory relationship De,ww*
Israel lays emphasis on one aspect of .ludaism while a --
significance of the other. However sensitive one may *
to this subject. Judaism has never hailed an ascendant type*
to the exclusion of Judaism's moral imperatives: the latter,
anything else, are whai have kept it a religtoa apart tr
The Jews, as a people, have been martyred by twenty
torturous history and today recognize in the reesUbli>n*j
a justification for their Jewish beliefs But it u we*
lie at the base of Judaism not Israel which, in we
nation unto itself. To teach youngsters otherwise is w
point of view. i.j
Nor does the Israel flag have anything whatever vo^(
ism Emotional identification apart, a flag is a '
To have American youngsters salute the Israeli nag ,3
of their faith is to teach them nothing about Judaism
their Americanism to question.
Americanism, in the ideal, implies human unr
erhood. international amity and the like Israel. a>
racy, represents similar characteristics. But this anm
social concepts does not dissolve the borderlines oi
two political forces and everything that gives eat
latrtty as recent events so sharply emphasis*
e e
JHt TKVl HtAHINC Of TWO SttMlfKAMT COMCtHS
THESE PRACTICES in some local Jewish "J^j-j
1 intentioned, ought to be sharply n"Mllf"''; ,' r future*
forming students and setting up the on-n, .t. ^
dasraptiosu. KhlMl in their zeal to l.roacicasi
frequently contribute to difficult eommumtj re.
An example is the present politi. nn (orl
tue of Israels Oct. 20 foray into Egypt ""'' c| nA4
campaign apart, prevalent opinion con i in Jewry's reaction to the < >w < 'u|iVl[H>int;l
mean that American Jewry should abandon iu
HUP WffOfD FAST
it must he pursued more ambitiously
Those critical of the pursuit in I-
upon to examine its va_
ism comes to full flower the right
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5to/e *Ae ///7/e/ House Menorah?
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,orah Menorah ... Who
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inds or people who drove
iSl House on the University
BS ninpus. Miller dr. and
dc U"n blvd., during the
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t few knew that this.
tiful, gold-colored ceremonial
piece was anonymously donated
to Hillel House by a non-Jew
According to Dr. Donald Mich-
elson, director; the original Hillel
House Menorah was stolen by
neighborhood vandals on the
night before Chanuka. A search
by police found no trace of the
missing article.

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ew Academy Student Council representatives had a
he day collecting the hundreds of toys brought in by Acad-
students as Chanuka gifts to their new American friends
,p Kilmer. N.J. Shown Gft to right) are Ronald Lipman.
in of the drive, Jay Miller, president of the Student
and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the
lemy.
ch Youths
Refugees
Eb Gifts
the spirit of the Chanuka fes-
Hebrew Academy students
their "Chanuka gelt" last
Ito purchase gifts for the chil-
Jof Hungarian refugees now
ped in Camp Kilmer, N.J.
f decision was unanimously
W by the Student Council, ac-
Pg to Jay Miller, president of
JMincil. and Jay Mirmelii, pres-
lof the Student Organization,
fctudents wore also asked to
[toys which were in good con-
a^ Chanuka gills for their
* friends.
p)i Alexander S. Gross, prin-
I Wednesday praised the more
1150 children for bringing in
[best toys. Arthur and Buddy
m, second and third grade
[its, brought in their building
o Good Start
ens Federal Savings and
I Assn. of Hialeah will start
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building Jan. 5. The new
home, built at a cost of
JW on Flamingo way and Hia-
p-. will have 11 teller cages
"king lor 150 cars, David
J^sident, said Wednesday.
i blocks; Jerrold Kramer, fifth grade
student, brought in his electric
'train: Ronald Bergman and Richard
Kokkins, third grade students.
withdrew $5.00 from their savings
for their share of this drive.
The monies collected so far,
about $100, will be used to pur-
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;"" Who did not want S
n;jrnernentione,landwhoexpr,ss.
S **h W and anger that
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A. non-Jewish resident of Coral
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Michelson revealed.
"The dedication ceremonies
which followed contained a true
flavor of Chanuka for a great
miracle had occurred here."
Investiture Ceremony Held
At Kneseth Israel Cong.
Faye Koch, leader of the newly-
formed Brownie Scout Troop 352,
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Guest speaker was Mrs. Ruth
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Bailey Plan Nixed for Next Year
Continued from Pag* 1 A
communities of varying types
from large city to rural.
The plan received increasing
notoriety beginning last .war.
when Supt. Bailey proposed incul-
Cttini public school students with
spiritual and moral values a- do>
rived from religion. At that time.
Bailey declared the present school
curriculum to be "Godlau." In
effect, the school superintendent
proposed putting the public
school system behind religion,
where teachers would be called
upon to give students instruction
in religious background.
Bailey proposed a -iiinnirr
workshop for Florida tMChen,
which subsequently met last
June and July in Tallahassee to
discuss methods of inculcating
students with moral and spiritual
values and to examine plans sim-
ilar to In- own in effort else-
where.
The Dado County Board of
Public Instruction five week- IgO
moved to adopt the l'.ailey plan
Friedland Will Chair Inaugural Dinner;
Function Slated to Kickoff 1957 Drive
Continued from Page 1 A
of Israel's emergence as an in-
dependent, democratic nation. It
wm pointed out tint Imn
tn Kraei has not diminished but
that, at this point, the people
of Israel arc unable to pav for
this immigration, burdened as
the] are with "the terrible and
enormous cost of self-preserve-
tion" ResponaiUlit) also tests
with the young nation m reset-
tling the newcomer-, and pr I
ing them with housing medlce]
care, Job! and rehabilitation.
"Kspccially tragic is the fate
of many thousands fleeing from
the Iron Curtain countries, seek-
ing haven in Israel This new
tiood of immigrants presents a
new challenge to the alreadj over-
burdened nation, and it is char
"---------.-----------
Active Miamian
Is Named Patron
Louis shafkm. co-chairman of
Miami Beach planning board, has
been elected patron of Faith chap
ter of Eastern Star 255. Hannah'
Haas was elected worthy matron.
Sh.itkin has lived on Miami
Beach for over 30 years and at pres-
int is president of the South Shore
citi/en's club and also president of
14 club.
He is a member of the Better
Business Bureau. Chamber of Com-
merce. Elks. Mason-, Shrine. Zion-
ist Organization, B'nai B'nth and
hedds a life membership in the'
South Carolina Agriculture So-1
ciety, '
that American Jews must find a
(ray in which great extra sums
MB be rai.-rd to assure the res-
cue Of those who call for our
help." the newly-appointed dm
nor chairman aaaerted.
The inaugural dinner chairman.
who In..led up the Ml Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, has been a
member of the hoard of govern-
ors nf the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and its executive com
mittee for many years He is
trustee and vice president of Mt.
Sinai hospital, chairman of trus-
toea ot Federation, and a board
member of the Jewi-h Home for
tin Aged He i~ national co-chair-
man "I the Jewish Theological
Seminary nf America, and has
played a major rota in the na-
tional and local I'JA and State
of Israel Bond efforts.
Friedland is president of Tem-
ple F.manu-F.I. largest Conserva-
' m congregation in the South.
and was recently honored at ded-
uction services of the Friedland
Chapel there.
Among the numerous civic and
welfare organizations with which
he is affiliated are: board mem-
ber of the Dade County Commun-
ity (best, fellow of Brandeis Uni-
versity, a director of the Miami
Beach Taxpayers Assn., and chair-
man of the board of the Dania
Bank.
Friedland is also a member of
the board of directors of the In-
ter-American Center Authority.
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, and numerous other
fraternal, religious and profes-
sional associations
as set forth at the summer work-
shop, but was later petitioned by
the Board of Trustees here to
hold off adoption, pending fur-
ther stlldv
Immediate implementation ofi
the plan would have launched a
program of religious instruction
on a "test basis" in 26 schools
throughout Dade county.
In constant opposition to the
Bailey plan all along here have
been prominent individuals and
organizations, who protested on
the ha-is of the plan's violation
of traditional principles of separ-
ation of church and stale. De-
veloped here was a joint advisory
committee on religion in the
schools, with Rabbi Joseph Narot.
spiritual leader of Temple Israel,
acting as chairman.
Member organizations included
American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress. Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Assn.. Jew-
i-h War Veterans. National Con-
ference of Jewish Women. Jew-
ish Labor Committee and others.
Mm Priscilla Rosenfeld, edu-
cation director of the Florida
API., represented the committee
during th June-July workship
sessions at Tallahassee, monitor-
ing on an unofficial basis develop-
ments there to implement Supt.
Bailey's plan in the fall. The joint
advisory committee refused ac-
tive participation in the sessions
but viewed the unofficial monitor-
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and Ocean ct. Miami Beach. A
musical program will precede (he
lecture. This marks Dr. Wolfson's
12th talk in a series on."The Poets
and Philosophers."
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the hirJs and the bees, Mora and fauna,
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tor them by providing semi-annual dividends'
That's important, too Mighty important,;}"*!
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cussing current Middle Ea3t situation are (left to right) Sey-
lur B. Liebman, president of Southeast region of Zionist
Tgcnization of America; Bill Robin, president of Nashville
nist Organization; Mortimer May. immediate past national
Bidentof Zionist Orqanization of America; and Hon. Nahum
jor, Israel Consul to Southeast United States. Talk took
Ice at recent emergency meeting of public relations com-
Kee of Southeast region.
See Sholem Lodge Celebration
ne 1.000 persons attended a
linebleau hotel dinner last
:in honor of the 32nd annivef-
|of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
ttendinff greetings to guests
IMiami Mayor Randall Christ-
m fun' Sunday
>icnic Fun" will be the theme
he Young People's League pic-
pn Sunday. Dee. 23. Fun begins
i a.m. at Pit 3, Crandon Park.
mas. Albert Pallot acted as toast-
master, with Ben Essen in charge
of presentations.
Co-chairmen were Sidney H. Pal-
mer and Harry S. Schwartz, with
Bernard Newmark. Ed Klein. Mar-
tin Budnick and Bob Slamowitz
assisting.
Highlight of ceremonies was the
lighting of candles on a three-foot-
tall cake, in which all past presi-
dents of Sholem lodge participated.
THE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continued from Pag* 4 A
lit to support to the limit of one's ability a minority cause. But a
Mograph published in a daily newspaper here this week, depicting
tagsters in salute before the American and Israeli flags, does other-
> Far from contributing to general community understanding, it
issues in the minds of the uninformed that ought never be
ed Well meaning, it is nonetheless naive and damaging; for the
ssage it presumes to convey is subject to grave question.
Americanism and Judaism are beyond a doubt compatible. In
fcentertainment of similar ideals, they complement one another; and
[is on this basis that schools ought teach both to their students.
erica's gn atness in part stems from the incorporation of spiritual
lues into its political mechanisms. But Judaism is another matter:
|greatness decidely does not derive from political or national con-
dition m theological substance. In these essential terms. Judaism
I Americanism are separate indeed, represent the type of separ-
oni which we, as a minority, have always advocated.
Else the Jews, as a.people, would not have survived these twenty
tunes.
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Ike Knows Egypt Jewry Woe
Continued from P,. ia W
Continued from Page ia
'I""'" PiS ,, JW VA Govern, i,lot
me situation I h >< lowin tho cii..n<:___, .. .
many conflicti
matter. The un
M. State Department." He also ex-
pressed his organization's "grate-
ful approval for Secretary Dulles'
prompt attention to these serious
circumstances."
State Department press spokes-
man Joseph Reap said this week
that the U.S. Ambassador to Egypt
has told President Nasser that if
reports of Jewish deportations are
valid, the Egyptian action would
"strong public reaction."
an accurate picture of hat. ,n Us- Government is fol-
i the light of ,he rowing the situation of the Jews in
lertions on this P?L"c,0mI*" to determine in
munu] circumrtancea wnat "further and appropriate man-
'"8 out of the hostilities in "]. I n.,ed .S,;,.es Government
It have made complete report- ??<** ac,lon designed to be
tag on events there difficult helpful."
thm! 7h'A'I! 5 'nterestJ to kaowLJU d k>"T ,0 Philip M- Klu cern ol the IJnited Stal ''''('"n Km,,i'^v '" Cairo has been instruct-,rncnl believes that Egypt's deporta-
menl over the ,'.,', It I'T" '"' '" inf"rm ,he Government of tion of Jews has ceased.
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"- develop,,,,, t,^1'"'T"" Unit^ State, Government ever the 'Revelation Nighf Due
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vi-to.Mennin.ng, ,,; ,; ^T "* B'Mi will hold a "revelation night" Tue,
ner the United State ,v welcomes the assurances of day evening at American Legion
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Frid
Moses as Messenger of Divine Will
The following is another fo a aerial of articles prepared bv j/MriiujI
leaders here for Tlie Jewish Florulun "Rdl>i>iuu'ai Corner" m cooper-
ation u'lt/i the Cheater Mm mi Rabbi.......Lan Rabbi Abru'um
Herson. <>/ Tiferelh Israel \'tirtli.M.ir GmMI II coorajanoloi o/ ihll
Asm. program.
By RABBI HENRY OKOLICA
North Dado Jowish Conlor
In I lie beginning of the Book
of skSSn we And the chrono-
logical order of the family of
Jacob. One of the sons of Jacob
was Lcvi, and he was detained io
biins forth Moses, a name which
was to become a symbol of law
and order. Moses, the man of
Egypt, was not like Moses the
lawgiver. Moses was raised in the
splendor of Egyptian palaces ;ind
was surrounded by physical se-
curity. But Moses, once he learned
his origin and his background,
awoke to his responsibilities lor
his brethren.
As a young man. he was al-
ready filled with a hih sense of
justice and morality and was
found in the arena of defense for
his brethren. It involved him in a
physical struggle with the Egyp-
tian over-lords and> he was willing
to give up the pleasures of palace
life to become a shepherd. Moses
had to flee when he allied himself
with the forces of freedom and
cast his lot with his brothers, the
Israelites Moses fled from Egypt
when he was about 20 year~ old to
spend HO years in exile, to return
an octogenarian, and to stand bo-
lore Pharaoh ai i spokesman for
the Israelites It *H at that time
that he spoke the memorable
words, "Let II) People Go
The rabhii taj that Moeei, like
David and Amos, received hi* in-
spiration for prophecy from his
work a shepherd A- I shep-
herd, he wa-. alone with God,
Whose Name do You speak?" God
then said unto Moses, "l am,
what I will be and say onto the
children of Israel, ] am, hath sent
me unto you'."
With this expression. Moses re-
reived a factual description: all
other powers arc what they are
supposed to be. but I. the God of
Israel am, what I will it to be.
This, then, became the classic ex-
pression of monotheism in its
purest form. No help, no substi-
tute, no diversity. With it came
the God-Israel-Man relationship.
Moses crystalized it and placed
it as a symbol of world purpose
to be the foundation of the God-
cmssroads of mankind's fulfill-
ment. The res elation in a desert
j:a\e assurance that this God
nerds no special surroundings.
does not depend on elaborate
quarters. Nature itself is a perfect
setting lor His ltevlation.
It is interesting to no'" that
Moses did not understand that he
was to Ik? the choice of God H
the leader of Israel, In fact, he^
protested the divine selection and 75h at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer TIFERETH
-aid so himself: "I am not Io- Abramewrrz. Cantor Edward ftlein. I Miami
I be a leader?"*' Wtiin- !-. |..m. si-.ii tnhvt.
ay.
*'' delry of e|6
fences loth,*;,?.
^iconLsrael.told,^**
*tood as an Alwd. **
tractor. \\ JJjf.
"" and ,to hi^torr
Moses, ro.se ,0 Un,0,
tne messenger of t r
civilization. History
The man. Moses, never"
to become a dictator,
He just remained a nx*
God.
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
Teveth 17 5:17 p.m.
KABBI HINKY OKOLICA
. ioseiratiea from prophecy
communing with Nature, and re-
moved from the sordid things in
life, he was thrown into the com-
pany of innocent animals and
kept away from the conceits and
deceits of man. In this way his
mind was pure, and he was en-
abled to receive in their entirety
the unalloyed truths of the Torah
and prophecy. The various experi-
ences, of Moses prepared him for
his divhM task The Bible states.
"The Angel and the I^ord appear-
ed unto him in a flame of fire
Ottt <>t the midst of a bush, and he
looked and behold! the hush
burned with fire and the bush
was not consumed .
[artel is compared to a thorny
Ini-h. just ;,s the thorny bush was
burning Mad was not consumed.
-c Israel surrounded by the fire
"1 pir-eeiition is not consumed.
The burning bush remained for
Moses to be the symbol of Israels
eternity, and MoeM was thorough-
l\ convinced there was a people.
an eternal people, standing on the
quent. how can
The power of speech, as we know, lter Mitivan" "-...
la an outstanding factor for lead-
ership Moses begged off, saying,
Mow can I lead a people to na-
tionhood?" The rabbis say it was
part of the Divine plan that Moses
should not be eloquent, because
he was designated to transmit
the Torah to Israel. The truth of
the Torah. and not the eloquence
of Moses, was to be the force
which should impel the children w Abraham LavitinT
of Israel to accept it. The orator
has his limitations but there is no
limit to what he can do when he
is vouchsafed divine guidance.
As an interesting sidelight, we
should refer to the Bible which
nnd Mm. .Sidney llurai-r: Nell, aim of
Ml and Mm. (Jlltx-rt niKnei Kermoi
M'eekl] Portion."

SOUTH DADE JEWISH CRN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M. Beum-
flard.

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW Ith st. Conservative. R.b
ISRAEL
'ftrii
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase eve. Liberal. Rabbi Lean
Kronish. Center Samuel Kelemer.
Friday 8:15 p.m. <"..Ilfe<. Homeeoni-
lux Snlil.aih Srrinon: "The Oriala and
Conitrvirha.j
Abraham Herson.
Glantx.
Friday %m ,, Strip'
On, law w.rrP6^a2&
'"' *' >< K,r~w, '
Blavemeni ami Phytlcfja
TORAH TSatPLI. 1*.
avo. American Judtnm.
Abraham Cetsel.

ZAMORA JEWISH CE,,,
Zamora ave. CoroerviriviJ
B. Leon Hurwih. Cintsr i
trill.
_, ,,. ., jthe CampiiM." Il-iates* al Onrii Khah-
says in Exodus, t hapter 4. Verse [,B1 su, Bertram Miner in h..n..r of
14, "And the, anger of the Lord,Mr "' Mr" ""'i*' Minor. Kaiurday
....... .. ;_ mm-iZ _j u. 10:45 a.m. Bur Mltavah: Howard, aon
was going against Moses. And He|(>f Mr nlld lira. Harry Bikini Mn>.
said. "Is not Aaron the Levite thy;*'"' of -M| and Mra. Samuel Martin,
brother? I know that he can
speak well and also behold, he
cometh forth to meet thee. And
when he seeth thee he will be
glad in his heart'." Because of
Musis' persistent refusal to take
the leadership, he forfeited the
priesthood to Aaron who became
the spokesman for his brother.
Aaron, who was heretofore a
e
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Bon Orossberg.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington avo. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Canter Is-
rael Reich.
Friday T, and s HO n.m. Sermon:
Levite, from that point on becam<- ',HV| !*"''"" A*;,V'1'"'1 "n ""
_ ,K_ ., Oeeaaloa of Hl> ."i>i llirlli>'a< HolOI
a tohen, a priest. Because of the ,i,, Hm Bermon: "Weeklj Por.
purity of Aaron, he was rewarded I""1, ': Mltayeb J< f Mr.
. -,1. ,i____:.___ w IKulh Mini} ; Mr.ni. ...n of Mr. and
with the privilege of having a sjra. am u.i.... Ain. aoa of Mr. and
breastplate placed upon his heart. |Mn Hark si^.ikin^
All this speaks for the diversity
of human capabilities and their
application in the divine plan.
It was this divine power that \
revealed itself to Moses and be-
came the mainstay of Hebrew
thinking to all generations. When
Moses asked. "What shall I say
to them when the children of I-
rael ask me, What is the Name
of the God of our Fathers, in
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Kl l.l;
Mason UitveifiBf
The Dedication ol i Uocu
to the Memory of the I
ABRAHAM MA SOD
formrm of
1800 Iamu Avsstt
will ukt place
1DAY, DlltMBH :iej
at 2 p.m. at tie
Ti mii Emasl-El !
of Ml NlBO CWETOf !
u>uh Rabbi lavmc Uhii
officutmj
Mr. MaMin u.ap< a VaS Pn
of the Jcwi'h NaUonal
Council of Greater Muni I
i. sun nod by hu wilt
Former tcllow-memben o
: >f Greater Miami,
EmanuEI. the Hcbrt*
:my. and th: Miami ttx'r i
iniSmUon art iikrttol
nt
rviccs in
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyle
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
I Id v 10 p
Si i n
ll R( l Musi,, ...
failoi ii. -!i I- .,. ; Anaha Em >. Urook-
U a, N v
m
ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd avo.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg. Cantor William W. Lipsen.
r- Ida) s |j p ,,,, T, ,. y
Hi.- Bumlns Ruah
t\ ah l>, Mill- -..:; |>( \l .
Huth I'lilni. Ii ,. i \;,
Ml Ii I.. \ | \l. I, m. ,.,.,, D| ]|, ,,,,,1
.Mi- sidne) Mtlberi

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Louis Gartenheus.

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW. 2nd
ave. Conservative.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
man.
e
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
i i d iv r> pin i.ir ear vine I H p.ra
s.i in.in "People of Israel Amir..
polocy and Chronolen Satu
a "i i In. st .s|.f.,i(, r I'lilli). \\ .
newly-eleeted i.uni.i.-ni ,.t United
Jtalabalim Vuad Hakushrutli.
e
BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker,
hrtdaj a m Battirda.) s l am
on: "h'.iinula lor Tiijinnh"

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Reckov-
sky.
CORAL WAY J*EWISH CENTER.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Raul
Beck.
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
rteim.
'' daj p m RaSttMaa) I W a.m.
s. mi,..n wii.ii | There In a Na.ro**"
aloa Beudoa Ml
and Mi i )i..ri.-s 11.--hi. k

=T. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1M1 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Laudor-
dale. Reform. Rabbi Morius Ran
son.
s l'i |. in Sermon: W. K|>

HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 6th
aft. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Gross.
i'
.-.i in..ii
{-jrenter *^/Vli
mini



HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
i daj
Krlailman Harmon:
Ii
M u.e I
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
Ith st.. Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gorti officiates.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe at., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
W30 Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shasire. Center
Yehvdah Heilkraun.
il1"'"!"!.^ ^'.l''" Son: Th.- D.
vine- lM<\rtrr lian Mltx\-ah Haiham
Burton -. .i i .,, Moa,
Man Suiin.i,
Wea-fclv portion."
* :..' i.. on In a Great si., v
(inri Bhabbat boat rat Mn FYancpa
tNtterman, >outh dlractoi
a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rebbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
firfdoe I IS u in Berni:
M.inn..i. di I ..iii..i S.-if to |,rr.ni
lirofl hi. ..I ....m,. tnaplrrA hi-
.Vuiin..nl.l.-s Saturday :J0 a.m. Se-r-
VVerkl) I'oi i n
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12rh ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th rt.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
, r>W i nil n.n fcV rmen VTe Klrm-
t .. in
vlcvkl) l rtlon

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
iv 1:18 p.m. S>im.in; "llnh-
wimmI t'liiiilin Ml Slnal."
e e
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Merris Skop.
i ii'i.i> s 1*. pin Sermon "i.ifr'a
.^t lliir.. II..sis :,l l turn
tthabbal Mr mil Mn Mnurin- Wal-
.-..: ,11.1.0 I II a.m.
e e
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form.
Ki Ida ^ I II pin.
e e
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 1Mb
st. Conservative. Rebbi Alfred
Waxmen.
Kyi.lav :. .10 and ISnm Swmnn:
What'a In a Name?" Hunia at Onrx
Sh.ild.at Mr and Mia Max Titiih,.
s.iiurday 9 a.m. Bar MUxvah: Ku-
II n. Hi nee, BOO ;l .Mr. and lln Jo-l
loch
TENSE NEI
HEADACHES
coll for
STRONGER Yet!
ANAtll
Won't UpeetT-eStsr-
Anaein* not only t"* I
Imtfr relief froa pain tf I
,t 1. else os/er. W '
atomachndBiinobd
m, Anacin U like dertertl
^ription. Tbet K A^-J
net Jest eao bnt "fT;
medicallr ProT,a'fc?!!l7
eientiKe re-are. kas V
a^JeVpeeafweaiaM
aaca sat* rtiiel ai.
ii i> m. Sermon k. '
Italiirdav '. a m
Ki ,
I IK lit
lliir Mill
on ..r Mr .m.i Mra Prank
Hei ni..n
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
HXT0N (SHAMES)
S jF*_, etber eon f
in
Ideal
kh i in..n
NVAftMrE CENTER. 3191 SW
24th tor. Conservature. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
Friday |.M and l:li p.m. M
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j*y. December 21. 1956
Irea Leader
lamed to Top
IB Position
j'nai B'rith .mnounced Wednes-
from its Washington, D.C.,
Luartcr- the appointment of
All)frt Pallot. Miami, as chair-
of the national service com-
utee for armed forces and veter-
_ succeeding the late Col. El-
j( A N'l'"-
Bni B'rith president Philip M.
dtznick said thai Pallot wiU serve
[this post for the remainder of
.current term, which extends to
, summer of 1958. As chairman,
jjot will represent the B'nai
th organization on the national
Cvi ^ministration Voluntary Service.
Active in B'nai B'rith work for
, |ni 20 years. Pallot is the only
ainms member of the original
jnai B'rith post-war service com-
tttee organized at the end of
orld War II Since 1945, he has
[presented District Grand Lodge
Ion the national committee and
5 served as district chairman for
armed forces and veterans com-
ittee since that time.
[in 19-19. he was named secretary
the national committee and
>cied vice chairman last March.
lot i1- now president-elect of
rnai B'rith District 5. covering the
Lthca'tern states, and will as- (
me the presidency next spring.
Earing World War II, Pallot
.ved In the VS. Navy and is at j
fscnt lieutenant commander in
(el s Naval Reserve. In addition
an attorney, he is presi-j
I Biscayne Federal Savings I
fed Loan Assn. and is active in
K iffairs throughout the Great-
Miami area
f. ALMUT PALLOT
few Company Formed
Public Relations Here
|Sol Baismi. formerly head of his1
(^advertising and public rela-
firm in New York City, has
i blished the firm of Sol
plsam 4. Associates, public rela-
consultnnts. at 145 Almeria
h.. Coral Gabli
[The firm will specialize.in man-
tacturir: industrial accounts and
K opening oi new shopping cen-
ts,
I is noted as a merchan-
I promotloil special-1
1 I several famous
B*ict> market.
'57 Telethon Plans
Move Ahead for CP
Plans for the biggest telethon
ever held in the Miami area were
announced this week by Burnett
Roth, president of the United Cere-
bral Palsy Assn. of Miami, and
Niles Trammel!, president of Bis-
cayne Television Corp.
E. B. Elliot, Telethon chairman,
announced that the United Cere-
bral Palsy Telethon will be held, as
in previous years, at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. Jan. 19 to 20.
Stars from all areas of the enter-
tainment world are volunteering
their services for the drive to raise
$400,000 for the cerebral palsied
of South Florida.
Over a million people are ex-
pected to view the all-night show
which raises funds to aid the I
bral palsied of this community.
"This year the need is ever great-
er, for the new Rehabilitation Clin-
ic of the United Cerebral Palsy
Assn. of Miami is under construe-
tion on grounds adjacent to .lack
son Memorial hospital," Roth de-
clared.
Here, with the University of Mi
ami school of medicine providing
medical supervision, the 2.200 cere
bral palsied of Dade county will re
ceive the services of highly trained
therapists, psychologists and re-
search needed to curb this great-
eel crippler of children.
levi Eshkol
Cables for
Miami Aid
An urgent appeal for increased
W to breei through purchase of
Mate of Israel Bonds was cabled
Wednesday to Jacob Sher, chair-
man of the Greater Miami Com-
Wttee. The message came from
Israel, Finance Minister Levi
Eshkol.
"The inhuman expulsion of Jews
from Egypt is placing additional
burdens on us. Israels citizens are
already making tremendous sacri-
fices to preserve our economic sta-
bility. On top of existing defense
taxes and other restrictions, we
have just undertaken a 40.000,000
pound security loan and a 20,000,-
000 pound stamp bill.
"We believe our example should
be followed by Jews everywhere.
The success of the final month of
your 1956 campaign for Israel
Bonds would provide great encour-
agement during these difficult
days. A concrete expression of sup-
port through increased Israel De-
velopment Bond sales is essential
to the future of the State of Is-
rael," Eshkol continued.
"Your efforts must be guided by
the fact that our victories on the
battlefield are meaningless ft our
development program is halted. We
are confident that American Jewry
will know how to answer the needs
of the hour," Eshkol concluded.

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SAUL CARSON
J2^ Decent,
Two UN Emergencies and Two Pictures of World Reaction
United Nations
SECRETARY General Dan Ilam-
** marskjnli informed the Gen-
eral Assembly one day that 51.000
Hungarian refugees had entered
Austria and that more of the op-
pressed, frozen, hungry, tattered
people of Hungary were coming
into Austria at the rate of 2.000 a
day. Mr. Hammarskjold was very
precise in his report about Hun-
gary. Then he gave the General
Assembly four other reports.
These dealt with Egypt. They
WflW framed in com plicated lan-
guage; they were hazy, nebulous,
foggy; they seemed to say cer-
tain things; they certainly avoid-
''I saying a good many other
things. The General Assembly re-
acted. It passed resolutions. When
these resolves were tabulated,
they amounted to this: It's too
bad about Hungarian refugees;
but let's do something, in a great
hurry, about Egypt.
Why the two attitudes'' Why
the double standard? Why was
the real emergency in Hungary
treated as something about which
one need only talk while the
matters affecting Egypt were
viewed as developments needing
immediate, urgent attention' The
answer is simple. In the case of
Hungary, the Soviet Bloc support-
ed by the "neutralists" and the
Arabs could stall action. Rut in
the case of Egypt, the Soviet Bloc
and the Arabs and the rest of the
Afro-Asian countries and the
t'nitcd States had a policy in
common. Simply stated, that pol-
icy was: Rebuild Egypt's Gamal
Abdel Nasser at all costs, since
his armies had been smashed by
Israel and "his" Suez (anal had
been endangered by Britain and
France, and his status as a leader
had almost collapsed.
Nasser was on his knees and
the United Nations set him on his
feet. Nasser had suffered the
worst defeat since his "revolu-
tionary" government had taken
the reins of his country and
the UN came to his rescue Hun-
gary could wait. Hungary's fight
HII.THX /K///M/1V .
New Horizon of Government Intrusion
Washington
THE US. Bureau of Census ||
considering questioning peo-
ple about their religion in the
1960 decennial census. Answers
to census questions are required
by Federal law.
The question under considera-
tion is: "what is your religion'""
A small test survey of response-
to it has been made in four coun-
ties of Wisconsin
Some have objected to what
they consider an intrusion by the
Federal Government into person-
al religious views They hold that
whether you are Jewish, Catholic.
Protettent, agnostic, or atheistic
it is nobody's business but your
own. In their view the US Gov-
ernment is restrained by the Con-
stitution from making laws re-
garding establishment of religion
On the other hand, an inter-
taith committee apparently fav-
ored the census project. The com-
mittee, which advised the gov-
ernment, included Jewish repre-
sentation The prevailing view of
organized Jewish groups is that
Mich religious information is de-
sirable for statistical purposes.
But a section of thinking main-
tains that the religious question
should not Im' asked u as to avoid
any breach in the wall separating
church and state An organization
known as "Protestants and Other
Americans United for Separation
of Church and State" is firmly op-
posed to the census undertaking
The American Civil Liberties
Union feels it is not objectionable
if the government merely asks if
you belong to a religious organ-
ization and. if so. to name it. But
ACLU would object if the census
sought to force individuals to
state whether they believe in a
supreme deity.
A majority of rabbis generally
supported the census concept.
But tbey felt individuals should
be left free to simply state: "I
have no religious affiliation."
The government has previously
published figures on religious
membership. But these figures
were supplied by the various re-
ligious denominations. So far as
is known, this is the first occa-
sion on which census takers will
enter homes and require a posi-
tive statement as to religion.
The census question's complex-
ity and ambiguity is such that
some experts think the results
would be of dubious validity A
number of newspapers have ex-
pressed disapproval. The Wash-
ington Post and Times Herald said
"a good many people might find
the question offensive as an in-
vasion of privacy ''
for freedom could be handled
with pious resolutions But Nas-
ser's calamity demanded immedi-
ate attention.
From every side, the attacks
came against Britain and France
and Israel with most of the
fire concentrated in Israel's di-
rection
The Soviet Union was fighting
for hegemony in the Middle East
therefore it attacked Israel
The Arab Bloc tfivifled on all
other matters, even including
love arid affection for Nasser* '
could he, as usual, united in con-
demning Israel The Afro-Asian
Bloc, now a very strong power
here, danced to the tune played
by the Arabs.
"Neutralist" India, forgetting
its high ideals, denying the heri-
tage of Mahatma Gandhi and be-
lying the principles evolved in
Rritish prisons by Jawaharlal
Nehru, beat the drum for Nasser.
The Latin American bloc kept
its eye on the United States.
And the United States, its con-
science greased by Middle East
oil. fought all comers, fought the
Soviet Union and India and the
A fro-Asians to show that no one
loved Nasser more, no one cared
more about Egypt, than the ad-
ministration in Washington.
The results are well known. Un-
precedented acts were taken at
the General Assembly. Washing-
ton's Henry Cabot Lodge sat mute
and abstained from voting when
his vote was needed to soften the
blows being directed against Is-
rael and against Britain and
France. But his hand shot up high
when the final vote was taken on
the main resolution ordering Is-
rael. Britain and France ."forth-
with" to pull their forces out of
Egyptian territory.
Certainly there were expres-
sions of horror about the events
in Hungary. But there.was a dif-
ference. In regard to Hungary,
the Assembly was content to talk.
In regard to Egypt, the Assembly
demanded action and it vir-
tually demanded blood, Israel's
blood.
ON THE
o
'IJ.lllJI
we
fill 1W1 WIV|#|fV_
THE TIN COMMANDMENTS. By Solomon r u
an Introduction by M.uric.sVmLTjS "^ tti* N,
vrslty of Cr.ic.90 Pr.. $3.75 PP' Chi: Tklj
IS informed, from material which com.. J
-re (1) in a period of religiouTre*J? 11* religious apathy. By keeping close count ,mh d (2,,,"P
ments (,, and > appear. on*e may dX ha^rT,' ^
of religious confusion. But it takes neither m.el lsou,,
nor deductive logic to discover that we arceSuT '"*">*
religious inquiry. The Dead Sea scrolls will hv uL, nglna*
another ten years to unroll completely and\ 1* ""M*!
"Higher Criticism" of the Bible to flourish aZJZ T1
All this is by way of saying that "The Ten Col *",
first of the posthumous works of the late Rihro ^r^"*"5''!
be published, is both timely and excHi g An 'ed^edTn^
by Maurice Samuel, whose "The Professor and e Sir
viewed here recently, the book brings togetherthe hluT
edge of the event on Mt. Sinai, including iveatr' ,lm]%
t^t^scholars' interpretations and a worcf^ $
The book begins with Chapter 19 of Exodus, the preoarati,. J
children of Israel, on the plain beside Sinai, to meJt tS?Sl
passage ha.; been called the "kernel" of S. nptur Sr ifll
here related goes back to fact, then the Bible and with it 2f
re ig.on of the Occident originated with God If. on the o herhaS
folklore or fiction, then the one and the other are man-made"
Mrr. Samuel's commentary on this statement goes on tosnl
if one denatures the theophany at Sinai into naturalistic b3
Bible as a whole disintegrates. For it is essentially the retort*
dynamic unfolding of the spirit through the medium of history (
is, through the substance of human events \r are we lo und
that, at Sinai. God suddenly interposed Himself to create j
His interposition is continuous. At Sinai He revealed Himself All
wherever it is located, at a certain point in time, wherever we i
a people saw God; or. rather, as the record itself says, a people U,
overwhelmingly aware of Him H is not to be seen And thai
overwhelmingly aware of Him He is not to be seen. Andttol
people has endured when all its early contemporary, as well(
peoples who came upon the world scene subsequently, haw i
pearad."
I have quoted at length because in this passage Mr. Samuel-I
indicated, as a matter of fact, what took place at Sinn, and, f
manner of proof, what it has meant historically One has onb/toi
this with Rabbi Goldman's excellent arguments for the m
of Jewish monotheism "in a flash" rather than as an evoh
process, and even atheism becomes merely a matter of semasties. .
Rabbi Goldman was a scholar who, without sacrificing any ofl
erudition, wrote for the people. The question- which hediscnsW
the historical and sociological commentary with which he illnmnt
the greatest mystery we know, will recommend this book to Jet |
non-Jew alike.
BORES SMOLAMt
Some Interesting Statistics on the Placement of Rabbis
HERBERT G. EXJFT
Slight Girl of Many Voices Gets Ahead
Hollywood
|UNE Foray, well known for the
variety of voices she hai iua i
in motion pictures and television
such U MGlf'l Tom and .lerrv
Cartoons, is a Jewish :'i| from
Springfield, Mass who broke Into
radio as a child prodigy on sta-
tion WBZA. She has rliii.hr,) m
numerable voices in manv ot the
Walt Diane) films beloved by mil-
lions of children and grown-up*,
Among them wen rella''
and "Peter Pan June has nKo
appeared on virtually all of thp
top radio programs, including the
film entitled "Sabaka." playing
the role of an F.a-t Indian Hindu
girl
I'ndrr a five year contract to
' ipitol lieconN with whom she
nM made more than 1IH1 albums,
she recorded the title role of
Pinnochio. and parts m the Hopa
long Cassidy and Jerry Lev
bums among them June confided
to me that she takes a keen in-
terest in world politics
THE REVELATION by the Jewish Statistical
Bureau that of the 4.257 rabbis in this coun-
" try only about 2.500 actually hold rabbinical posts
in congregations has given many Jewish leaders
food for thought. What happened to the others
who were trained and ordained as rabbis?
About 1.000 of them have drifted into social
and organizational work as paid directors of com-
munal institutions. Most of them do not even care
to be known by the title of rabbi. In addition,
several hundred have drifted away from the rab-
binate into commerce, industry, law and other
secular fields.
As matters now stand, there are onlv 2.4B5
rabbis affiliated with the six rabbinical groups in
'Ins country About 650 are affiliated with the
association of Reform rabbis, the Central Cor,
'.me of American Rabbis. About 530 are affi-
iTh Tk Jhuw assoc,a"" the Conservative
rahbis. the Rabbinical Assembly of America And
1.305 rabbis are affiliated with the three associa-
BAXMB SCHWARTZ
tions of Orthodox rabbis the Union of L
Rabbis of the United States and Canada.
Rabbinical Council of America, and the Ratr""
Alliance of America.
The question arises: Why do rabbis cease M
rabbis and drift into non rabbinical fields tr
when there is a great shortage of rabbis ml
country? Is it the fact that communal *<**
financially more rewarding than the rabb
Or is it that in many comi .nations rabbis (
get along with the lay lea lership?
All indications poil I I ''"' la,ter V
the case, since-the salaries of rabbis -phis'-
income from the performance of marriage,
Mitzvah and other euremonu-----provide an n
as good as that of a well paid social
dentally. Dr. H. S. Linfield, executive In* J
J*riefl Statical Bureau, points
50 years ago there were only
country, and 25 years
recorded
out thai I*
_6 rabb.< in
only 1.751 rabbis'
There is More Truth to These Quips Than Meets the Eye
The role of the late Irving Thal-
berg, one-time MGM production
chief, will be portrayed on the
Hob Hope and Jimmv Purante screen by Robert J. K\ an. anon- IF RUSSIA mM k. i.
Showa On television she has ap- professional Fvans a New York ^1 h!?^ T Ut lhe Middle ***.
peered on many nation wide pro- sportswear mSSmJTJZl Ottawa fhe i k ",,lel Mm a nwt'"* '"
J"!' !fheK.Arab J?" *W realize the futil.tv
reaiT... m8 W',h 'Srael and lh'r* wuld a
real chance for peace there
si^ffi trr grst
pea'red on many nation wide pro-
ductions such as Ed Sullivan's
Toast of the Town" and Meet
Millie."
When 1 interviewed Miss Foray
at the swank Brown Berby re--
t.mrant in Hollywood, she had
Hist completed a television film
for Dcsilu s "I Lovi Lucy" and
Mas in the midst of work before
the cameras in Robert Young's
"Father Knows Best The versa.
tile young lady, a bundle of en-
ergy, who is only 4 feet 11 and
weighs a mere 97 pounds, recent-
ly completed a role in a feature
sportswear executive, will appear
in "The Man of a Thousand
Faces." life story of Lou < han.v
Ha was discovered by Norma
Shearer, widow of Thalberg. who
was struck by his resemblance
to her late husband.
The newly organized Nether-
land Film Institute has sent a
representative. Miss Bettina Pol-
ak, to Hollywood to observe our
production methods. She will
spend a week at Paramount mon-
itoring production methods.
ing for more arms
the Russian.8*" GUrin CmC htm*"V
snorted

Pussia. "We don't ask for much. -^ '***
don't expect you to give us anythir
amount Russia has given the Aral
guns to defend ourselve-' Almost
the Powers rejected her pleas
And now. lo and behold Nrael no*
arms which Russia gave to the Arabs.

Louis Llpsky. just back from Israel
the Russians intended to urn' 'ne JV^
than arms. The Israelis found so^^L
100.000 winter uniforms and the sam .
of summer uniforms in the Arab arsena
suns expected to send their volunteers
filtrate the Arab armies, he *a>'"!<
large quantities of weapons which no
Arab soldiers or officers had any w
handle. All of this, says Lipsky


number 21, 1956
Tfilah Reelect
as Presiden
Rachel Katz has been elest-
,S of Beth Tfilah C*a>

roflken elected at a mejt-
week include trie Mea-
p0e Schneider, honorary
Af'yetta Trask. first vice
nt- Anna Silberman, second
evident: Pra Cohen, third
sident; Rse Kaplan, fourth
sident; Rose Kratish, fifth
resident.
Mesdames Bessie Jacobson.
treasurer: Esther Alter,
ir; Esther Rackovsky. chap-
ose Lustig. social secretary;
,e Rudy, financiat and ro
secretary-
ij Joseph Rackovsky install-
off icers at the Dec. 10 meet-
. Kati Wednesday revealed
isterhood will hold a "wel-
back" supper at the congre-
Sunday. Jan. 13.
LBOAL NOTICE
Wl
iin Heads
locratic Club
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Th
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Nn
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCIHY NO. HB645 "-WmOA- ,N
BEATRICE K I.KWIS,
Plaintiff,
vs
LOUIH I.KWIS.
Defendant
TO: I.Olls i.kwik
170.10 Cedarcroft Road
Jamaica, New York
YoC AHK HHRKI1Y NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce ha. been
filed against yoti, and you are required
to wrv> i. copy of your answer or
other pleading thereto on the Plain-
tiffs attorney!., KOVNER MANV
J&BPSl 12* '":""' R. Miami
Bench. W-lrlda and to file the original
In the office of the Clerk of th.- als.v,.
styled Court, on or before the 11th
day of January, IM7; otherwise de.
fault will l>e taken against you f'r n,,.
relief demanded In the Complaint
DONE AND OKLKRED at Miami
Bade ( ouuty. Florida, this luth dav
of Decernber, 195 '
E U. UEATHERMA>-
Clerk of th.- circuit Court'
. ,- By R. H rich. jk.
Deputy Clerk
12/l4-21- 1/4
LEGAL NOTICE
Page il A
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 37603. A
RE: ESTATE OP
HE MM O. M.NERNET
1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
notice is hereby given that I have
rvAOQinneaas ri,-,i.a, tint] """"and petition r...
'I *,*" *** i.inai Discharge as AdmlniHtrator of
the .st.it,- of Helen ceased: and that on the 21st day of
(January. 1957, I will apply to the Hon-
cratic club of Miami Beach >}''* w f. Blgnton rouaty judge
, ____ _: of I>"e County, Florida, for approval
elected Harry Levy as presi- uf m\<\ final report and for final dls-
for the year 1957. ch"JFe. a* Administrator of th Batate
.'of Helen O. McNerney. deceaed
This 14th day of December, m.'ifi
WALTER C KOVM2U
KOVNER c MANNH ELMER
Attorneys for Administrator
12/21-28 1/4-11
George Jackman was
executive member, and
Gluck was elected chair-
pf the board of directors.
er> named at a recent meet-
Amy I la her, first vice
lent: Ann Goldberg, second
president: Rose Brown, treas-
M. Richman. financial secre-
| Harris, recording secretary;
Smith, corresponding secre-
Herman Smith, sergeant-at-
and Sam Madison, assistant
int-at-arnis.
LEGAL NOTICE
JTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
pCK IS HKKEIiy CIVEN that
- to engage in
111-- flctttioua name of
i window ri.i:.\.\i.\i: serv-
bade Count) intends to regie-
I Clerk of tin-
; C'.nn of I hide County, Florida.
.MAX STIPP, Sole ownoi
1-11
IFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
HE NAME AND BY THE
OnlTY OF THE STATE-OP
IDA
!.l. Tc Will >\1 TIIKSE PRB8-
SHAI.I. i'if.MK (JRKETINO
'" rtlfj th.u. WHEREAS.
801IERSTEIN, MIAMI REACH,
SKVM'.li; i; su-ME R.ST KIN,
M.A PoUERT SOMER-
. MIAMI IIRACH. FLA.,
Ine IStth .i.,. ,,f November. A.D..
rue to l. incorporated nn I.-i
ivMnns ,,i Section 60S. Florida
. All:-vri-: PRODUCTS
pomtmri with Its principal
f business ,,i MIAMI REACH,
i" the State of Fmr-
;" "heress the proper offlcera
did on the
AD, p.:,.;. tsauaa to be
Win of Secretary of State
"( Amendment chanalnK
, :;'' '.''"He to SOMER-
iKODi i'TS CORPORATION
'" -l( kholdera of aald
"" pw on the lnth dav at
inik. .!' I'':'''- '-' t" !
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'I in Ion adopted by
!,, ""'" l< the provisions
Klorlda Statutes,
,','";,,l;l"""i of such ,or-
- Secretary of State
mal the icnilremeiit
i piled
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llwhaio.ee
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State of Mori,Li,
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It
a fin w
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Xt fh^r, m**m
"" hour <>< crisis lav |traa|
''' in for Happy f,rt
I" imtL BONDS
'vvi'th Erconom'cHy Strong
f-i7 Bonrft
cl MoyihJe JE 1-496*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39501 B
In Re: ESTATE nK
I>AVII> HTARk
Ueceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditor! and All Pi raons Ha\ -
Ink Clalma or Demanda Agnlnsi ttald
I"..- tate:
You, anil each of you are hereby
notified and required to present an)
claims and demand! which you, or
either of you, mm have againa! the
estate of DAVID STARK u
late of DADE County. Florida, to the
Honorable Count) -i ids-en ol 11 ide
County, and file the same in their of-
in the i touni) 'oui thimae in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar motnha from the date ol the
(list publication li. i. ..i Said laiins
oi demands t" contain the legal ad-
"f the claim int ..ni ,,i be sworn
to anil pri : same
Will iSe barred. Sec Section 7S3.1S ol
the 1*43 I'ii.bate Act.
1 'at.- I ice. mber 13, A.D.
MALVIN ENOLANDER
As Executor oi the Uasi Will
and Testament of David Si,irk
I leceased.
IK IB J. I. TENDRICH
Attorney for Malvin Elngsunder
12 21 -l's 1 I-11
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business under the fictitious name ol
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said name with the Clerk "f the Or-
ouit Court of l>ade County, Florida
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N I '4-11
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AGENCY in Dade Count) intends In
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Florida.
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the undersign
ine uniiers gned ,i,.iri,.~......." ,nMI
I'.uilness .inder the l, oi "'K";' "'
RAVrDOIFT B iV it"\"T^'""'V "'
ko.M'. l!ITA WRLREL,
s..i, Owners
' KAPLAN, Attv.
Attorney for Applicant,
Llneoln ltd m. u
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FRANCES Sol.niNcpR
l'e.-eased
T nN.0T'5E TO ^EDITORS
To All redltor. and All Persons Hv-
!R2? D"nwn AKain, Said
n..i'fl-.,n'1.",rh "f >'ou *r* hereby
claims and' ;'"""r i'1 ,0 "r--e"< >
eui,mr JinA d<,man" Which QU, or
l,l, I '" "'IV hav" "KainMt the
a te If" eK,""l-'S S"'""'K-r deOSSMd
ISte of DadS ''ounty. Florida
Honorable Cnuntv Judge.
11 ounty. and file the same
flees In the County CoDlthOUSS In
Dade I ounty. Pferlds, within eight
calendar months f,,,m tl,.- date of The
fir-t publication hereof, Said claim, or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or
will be barred Eta
the 194.'
to the
of Dade
in their ef-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N4.ME LAW
NOTICEIH HEREBY'GIVE* that
the .undersigned, desiring to engage in
YA VSIA ; A.?,'-'./' TROPIC.ja I IE
^eS8rUe78S
FLORIDA Z0Y8IA FARMS, INC
I.-,,o ,,T"1:,' tJEORGE .1. TALIANOFl
r A It Ms" tsrU,UA Z"YSIA
12/14-2I-2H 'l/4* '
LEGAL NOTICE
same
.'.;!; of
Section
Probate Act.
Date Nov. 27. A.I). 19"..
HoWARI> SOI.DIM-.ER
ALICE UAKI.ii
As Adininlntratnra of the
te of
FRANCES BOLDINRER
.,_,......... Deceased.
STANLEY D. CAIDIN
N7 Blscayne Building
Miami, Ha.
Attorney for Administrators
0 IJ 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring h
I. islnesn under the flctltloui name of
BOGNER PAPER A SUPPLY
'"ot iii. i nt iii s \v. Kit. Ave In-
tenda tn reg I name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Ho
LARRY BOGNER Sole Owni r
HERBERT B WILENSKY
Attorne) mt
1102 Congress Bids.
12 11-ui-_ -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v, ,,.-. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
BTocmI <."""'1 Avenue, Miami Heach,
win V *$& o.ter said nun,'
of H.i'U i'ounty. Florida
I.EONAKH EOWEXTIIAJ.
ET.EANuit I.OWENTHA1.
r.r-., ^ ^"''' owners
riEOROE CHEREN
Attorney for owners
607 iilympia Hutlding
Miami If, norida
12/14-21-2K 1/4
8*.THJj CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR
FLORIDA N F0R DADE COUNTY-
IN CHANCERY 19S05S
Lvl'L1'?" "' Dori" B- -v'"nre and
rYed I. Moor.-, husband and wife
for the Adoption of Susan Sharon,
a minur,
TO: Allen 1.. Ilrinkman
Residence I'nknown
You are hereby notified that a peti-
tion has been tiled in the above styled
i: ourt by Doris B. Moore and Fred I,.
Moore, hushmid and wife for the adop-
tion of Susan Sharon, a minor und you
ar> required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Objections to show cause
why -aid petition .should not be grant-
ed, on the attorney for petitioners,
beymour Gelber, 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit court on or before .i.mi-
ii.n\ 14, IS57.
Hen in Fail No! or a decree pro eon-
fesso will be entered against vou.
witness my hand and the teal of
said Court in Had,. County, Florida,
I tin- 12th day of December, 1951,
E. i: LBATHERM w
As Clerk of the said Circuit Court
(CIrruil Court Seall
B) i: II RICE, .11!.. Deputy Clerk
'12 14-21-211 i i
N.?TICE BY PUBLICATION
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
INVENTS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 196415
"r..Dr, SU'T FOR D'VORCE
BARBARA CANTOR.
Plaintiff
Vs.
FREDERICK ROBERT CANTOR,
Defendant.
TO: Mr. Frederick Robert Cantor
123.1 Avenue "S"
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of ( omplaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your- Answer or
IMeadlng to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff s Attorney. Arthur s
Davis, I-:.-,,., Aronovitz & Aronovitz,
4S Seybold Building. Miami 32, nor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 10th
day of January, UK. If you fail to do
BO, Judgment by default will be taken
againrft you for the relief demanded in
the BW of Complaint.
Thfs notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
'n THE JEWISH FBORIDIAN.
l-,1*,,^ A.->'D EKEI> at Miami,
A D 1A58 3rd day December'
E H. i.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) m
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
74S Seybold Bids;.. Miami 32, Fla.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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
STAItl.lTE HOTEL & APARTMENTS
at 7i0 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ZAR-MONT CORPORATION
KOVNER K MANNHBTMER
Attorneys for Zar-Mont Corporation
12/14-21-28 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
...- under the flctl'lou nan
WEST MIAMI Sl'RPLl'S STORE al
filfil S W Stli Street, Miami. Fla in-
tend to register said earns with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I
County, Florida
HAROLD i RrECrEL
CLARENCE SI EG EL
BLOOMBERG *.- BLOOMBERG
Attorneys for Harold 1. Slegel and
i 'larence siegei
12-7-H-21-2S
NOTICE IJNncR =-"-TITI0U8
NAME LAW
M iTICE is Hs.Rfc.Ui GIVEN that
the undersigned, d.-siiiim to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DCNRITE FLOOR COVERINO SERV-
ICE at 723 Lenox Avenue, in the City
of Ml-inii BWCh, Florida. Intends to
regist.-r the -.n.i name with the Clerk
oi the Circuit Court of I'ade ('ounty,
Florida.
ISAAC \ AMMAN
7_'."i Lenox Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla
SOL CASSITi i
Jii". Washington Court
Miami Beach, Fla.
From the i iffi..- ..f:
VICTOR II E8KENA8, BHQ
Sduthwest Lawyen Building
L'.Hi s W Beoonii \\entte
Miami it, Florida
12 II 21-211 I l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltlou name of
I.A SALLE STL'DH >8 at 7131 Bonlta
Drive, Miami Beach, intends to regis-
ter -aid name with the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
MoltlilS OooHBICII
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
12 7-14-21-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CENTRAL SOCTHERN ADJUST-
MENT company ;,t ISM N. W. leth
Street, Miami. Fla., intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade C.untv, Florida.
INSCIlANCE SERVICE
AGENCY, INC.
A Fla. Corp.
GENET & GENET
Attorney! for Applicant
4211 Lincoln Road
12/14-21-28 l I
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 ni-
LEONARD K. LIPSON
I.....eased
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
MIAMI. Miami. Florida, as Kxe.-utor
of the l^ist Will and Testament of
leeward K. Ltpsoa, decesjaed, has
filed its final returns as Kxe.iitin ..f
said estate and have filed a Petition
for filial distribution in accordance
with the Last Will and Testament of
[Leonard K. Llpeon, deceased, and for
final discharge and that on January
Iinth, i;i.".7. the Executor will apply to
.th.. HONORABLE FRANK B, D.\VI,-
IXC. County Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval Of said final re-
turns nnd for an Order of distribution
ami for final discharge as Executor of
the Last Will and Testament of
Leonard K. Llpaon, decease I
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
Executor Of the Last Will and
Testament of Leonard K. l.lpson,
deceased
12 14-21-28 1 111
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi rsigned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
FANNY LEE at 1.14H Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Florida Intends I"
register said name with the Clerk ol
th.- Circuit Court of Dade County.
fc.orlda.
NEW YORK' BAKERIES, INC.
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for New York 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 3100 N. W. 27th Avenue,
.Miami. Klorlda. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
BCOTT-WHITAKER CO., INC.
Bj Sonny G. Marden, President
GOLDMAN \- GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for applicant
BSI West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
11/30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi i igm d. desli ins to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ADAPTO STEEL PRODUCTS at 3770
N. W. '.2nd Stie.-t. Miami, Fla. in-
tends to register ssld name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
s T TAYLOR CORPORATION,
Florida Cororatlon (Sole
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Attorne) i foi Applii ants
12 7-14-21-2*
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th, undersigned, desiring to engage In
1. isiness under the fictitious name of
TH. STREET BAR-B-Q al 710 N W
22nd Ave., Miami. Fla Intends to reg-
ister -aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade county, Florlds
ii iw \kd k iii iNH;. s.'ie oe sei
KESSLER .*. GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
I9M s. W. 1st St.
12 21-28 14-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th,. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business nude, the fictitious name or
.1 \- .1 RESTAURANT at 114 N E
ltd Avenue. Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register -aid name with Die
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count v. Florida.
' GERIfl K. MAKRIS
OEORGE CHEREN .......
Attnrnev for GERI8 K. MAKRIS
12 7-14-21-28 _______
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
VIRGINIA B. KAPLAN,
I iifendant
TO: VIRGINIA B. KAPLAN
.16 lamgfeiiow Terrace
Springfield, Massachusetts
You are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnet you, and you are required to
ierv< a oepy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the HIH of Complaint on the
plaintiff! Attorney, RICHMOND &
GOLDSTEIN, attorneys, 1 Lincoln
Road, Miami Pra.-h. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before ihe 2nd day of January,
1957 it you iaii to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
i Vmplalnt.
This notice shall he published once
each w.-i-k f>r four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FU>RIDIAN.
DONE A.NTi ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 27th day of Novembs.,,
A D lM
E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. BNBBDBN
Deputy Clerk.
11/30 12/7-14-21
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affair given
Pre-npHal affairs for Medelyn Berg grew into
a swirl this week prior to her wedding Saturday
night, with rites scheduled for Beth David and a
dinner following at the Americana .
Guest from Los Angeles, Mrs. Bernico Levy,
gave a dinner Monday evening, honoring the cou-
ple at the Embers. This was followed Tuesday by
by the Irvine Glickmans, of Cleveland. They're
in"at "the Sans Souci .
While on Wednesday evening, Mrs. Ben Zobeck, the bride-
bft's aunt, entertained the couple and friends at another
toction
Medalyn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berg, 2385
18th ter. She will be married here in an evening ceremony to
unity Robert Rosenberg, son of Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg,
| Cleveland.
Some 150 members of the family and friends gathered Sunday
lunch at the Sans Souci hotel to honor Ball* and Harry Saffer
the occasion of Harry's birthday .
But many more festivities were in the'offing. Also marking his
Irthday was son-in-law Bill Bracker. He and Carolyn brought
ong Maorie and Gail to wish their grandparents well .
And another birthday was that of little Mary Michele, grand-
Lughter of Harry Wahlerf, of Dubuque, la., long-time friends of
: Safftrs
Joining in the round of merry songs for the celebrants were
ward anil Lillian Saffar, with children Lauria and Mark. F.xcit-
, sidelight here is that their newest-born son, named Alan Kaith,
td arrived so recently that he was still confined to the hospital
| could not attend. Varna and Lynn Freeland added their "happy
thday" to their parents as did grandchildren Bobby and
nmy Fraeland .
Incidentally, the Sunday occasion was also a bon voyage party
Wahlart and his long-time friend, John Bowman, of Jackson,
Here from Detroit for a two-week stay at the Shorham-Norman
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Robbins .
They brought along their children, Lynn and Charlas, arriving
esday ... r
Purpose of the trip, in addition to the vacation, was to say
rilo to their parents, Mrs. Charles Cohen, International hotel, and
r. and Mrs. I. Rabinowitz, of 4530 Alton rd.
When the Americana hotel opened the other day with all that
np and circumstance, some may have failed to notice, but there
a beautiful orchid tree by Pansy Flaum, honoring the oc-
cion .
Pansy made the tree out of 25 orchids and Spanish moss, all
Ibid on driftwoodfTelling story is that Jennie Grossinger tclo-
oned Pansy all the way from Ferndale, N.Y., asking her to make
i tree and send it to the Americana opening ...
Westview country club officially opened the season last week-
with a holiday dinner dance. President Hal Pelton arrived in
[plaid dinner jacket, and on his arm was president of their
asehold on Hibiscus Island in pink net with a white mink
Me .
Mrs. A. H. Math is and Mrs.'Sam Coolik, wearing enchant ingly
ferent dresses, nonetheless chose their fashion styles from the
ime pre-World War I era. Mra. Coolik was lovely in a taupe satin
^der her mink stole. A chiffon drape was precisely the right
Ifect at the side .
Mrs. Methis sported a black sheath and gold brocade over-
ouse. In sharp contrast of the contemporary look, Mrs. Roy
khectar chose a white satin ankle-length evening dress, with the
pnline sweeping to the floor in the back. Her parents. Mr. and
Sidney Meyer he's a former Westview president and other
\\l of WOMETCO also graced the opening occasion
With the Leo Ackermens was Bobette's brother, Ted Simons,
st back from Europe and a stint with Stars and Stripes .
Other socialites noted among the many included the Lou Wolf-
s, Harry Frohmans and Harold Wynne.
> >
Pul and Steven Weintreub have a new brother Stuart
rt. He arrived Nov. 27 at Mt. Sinai hospital .
Parents are Marjorie and Sigmund Weintreub, 3011 Royal Palm
^e.. and co-owners of the Netherland .
Grandparents are Abraham Weintraub and Gertrude and
org Cohan. Brith was Sunday at home, with some 200 persons
pending.
Note^ on the Run Samuel Cohen, 1884 SW 14th ter.. is back
home recuperating from his illness While at St. Francis
and wife Dora lost his mother, Mrs. Dvorah Cohen, who died
pe- 8... They are thanking friends for the many fine condolences
The Samuel Solloways, 152 S. Shore dr.. will have a guest dur-
H the holidays Expected here is daughter Judith, a freshman
I Connecticut College for Women in New London ... Off on a
Jree month tour of South America are Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox,
M SW 23rd rd. Esther and Carl Weinkle were hosts at their
ike\nw dr. home the other night for a dinner party honoring
*Ph Maxer, community leader who last year headed UJA s
eial fund Holding "opeh house" at their 48 Palm Lane.
"m Island, home New Year's day will be Barbera and Jack Gordon
Guests will be Washington Federal staffers Upward of
guests attended the luncheon -tendered Fred L. Cohen in honor
Ms Bar Mitzvah Dec. 15. The affair was at the Saxony, with out-
F-towncrs including his maternal aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. 5.
Schlesingtr, of New York City Proud parents at the occa-
M) in the Veranda room are Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Cohen, Sunset
p"d 4 ... Or. Harvey Laimm is an uncle here .
Artist Charles Jacebaen was mighty pleased when his unique
jurals on copper were caught in the roving cameras during Dave
trrowayj how ,, the Americana hotel last week .
11 was probably the first time Jecobson's modern paintings
" broadcast" on a coast-to-coast network. The Aztec style
aan. ~" U jigsaw of M separate paintings on crimped, burnishf
rw*r -- cover ,wo fre^stgnding columns in the lobby of the latest
PUfy hotel and stand ten feet high by six feet wide
""tel architect-designer Morris Lapidus and owner Laurence
P*h were completely happy with the comments of art critics and
r*w m the know .
*.1t7
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BtJ&ridbHou&m
Miami. Florida. Friday. Decent 91 1956
Section B
Dash to Freedom Was Terrible'
Mrs. Donald Rubin (left), chairman of Newcomers' Service,
and Mrs. Abraham Resnek (right), familiarize Mrs. Maria
Szego with map of Miami upon her arrival here from Camp
Kilmer, N.J. She is first Jewish refugee to reach Miami follow-
ing her flight from Budapest.
Women's Army Officer
Due to be a Guest Here
Mrs. Rachel Huhner. reserve
major in the Israel Army and one
of the founders of the Women's
Army of Israel during the War of
Liberation, will be guest of honor
at a Combined Jewish Appeal Wom-
en's Division coffee.
The only Israeli woman to serve
as a major in the British Auxiliary
Territorial Service during World
War II will be greeted by chair-
men of CJA campaign events and
members of the Women's Division
board of directors at the N. Bay-
shore, dr. home of Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff. campaign chairman, on
Thursday, Dec. 27.
This is Maj. Hubner's first ap-
pearance in the Greater Miami
area, and her message to Women's
Division leaders will carry special
impact because of her work with
important projects going on in Is-
rael before and since the founding
of the state.
Maj. Hubner. who emigrated
Continued on Page 5 B KACHll HUBNtK
--,-
t Wnlfson and Mrs. Wolfson at Westview
SOCIALITE")
With the sadness of strife-torn
Budapest still mirrored in her eyes,
Maria Szego described her flight
from behind the Iron Curtain to
Vienna and eventually to the Unit-
ed States and Miami.
.Seated with her in the lobbv of
the Tamiami hotel were Mrs. Don-
ald Rubin and Mrs. Abraham Res-
nek. volunteers of the National
Council of Jewish Women. t was
Mrs. Rubin, chairman of Council's
Service to New Americans Com-
mittee, who first greeted Mrs. Sze-
go as sh alighted from the train
early this week. Arriving here
from Camp Kilmer in Now Jersey,
Mrs. Szego faces a strange pnd new
life among people who have shown
her sympathv and understanding.
Through the aid of an inlerore-
ter, her story was pieced together.
Born and raised in Budapest, she
was a witness to the revolt, -reet
fighting and the dramatic exodus
of thousands into Austria. She and
her son Peter, aged 14, crossed the
Hungarian border carrying only
their personal possessions.
"The last 200 yards of our dash
to freedom were the most terrible
of my whole life." she said. Border
guards stopped the 47-year-old
woman and her son at least ten
rimes, and on several occasions
they searched the young lad for
arms.
Once in Vienna, they contacted
friends of the family who arranged
for their air trip to the United
States. They left behind an elderly
aunt in Budapest and some distant
cousins in Paris. Mrs. Szego's im-
mediate family were lost in a mass
purge in 1944.
Still clutching the small plastic
bag given to her by the Hias or-
ganization in Vienna, Mrs. Szego
answered questions haltingly about
the character of the Hungarian peo-
ple. She spoke proudy of the heroic
stand taken by the women of Buda-
pest last week as they marched un-
afraid before the Russian guns
shouting defiance and singing "We
shall never be slaves!"
She looks forward with optimism
to a new life in this country and
hopes she will be able to earn her
livelihood working in plastics fab-
rication with which she is familiar.
Son Peter is living in Minneapolis,
and Mrs. Szego hopes to have him
join her some day.
The Jewish Family Service and
the National Council of Jewish
Women will help the courageous
woman get started as a new Ameri-
can. They will make her feel at
home in a warm-hearted commun-
ity which understands the needs of
many thousands of immigrants and
implements this understanding
with their support of life-saving
agencies such as the United Jewish
Appeal and the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Novel Discussed
At Tuesday Review
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah sponsored the second book
review of its series, given by Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein, at the Algiers
hotel Tuesday afternoon.
The book reviewed was "The
Tribe That Lost its Head," by Nich-
olas Monsarrat. author of "The
Cruel Sea."
Proceeds of book reviews are
allocated to Hadassah's vocational
education program for the youth
of Israel. Book reviews are also
scheduled for Jan. 8. Jan. 22, Feb.
12 and Feb. 26. In charge of reser-
vations are Mrs. Harry I. Magid,
ticket chairman, and Mrs. Meyer
Golden, book review coordinator.

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rai-ins and other fruit.
Here's a muflin that's different
sweet potato muffin that can
he prepared in about 80 minutes,
baking time included.
tod here, too. is a recipe for
fruit cake, an old-time eye-opener
at dessert time:
SWEET POTATO MUFFINS
1 cup cooked, mashed sweet
potatoes
IV, cups milk
2 eggs
2 tablespoons melted shorten-
ing
3 tablespoons honey
1 cup flour
84 teaspoon s;ilt
'4 teaspoon allspice
4 tvaSBOOM baking powder
Cook sweet potatoes. ma-.h and
honey. Sift and measure flour with
salt, allspice and baking powdtt
Add to the potato mixture and mix
enough to combine well Crease
muffin tins and fill with potato
mixture 2 3 full Rake in a hot
oven 400 degs F. 20 to 25 minutes.
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FRUIT CAKC
1' j cups shortening
2 cups sugar
6 tablespoons honey
6 well beaten eggs
Vt cup black coffee
3 teaspoons baking powder
3H cups flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
'i teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cloves
batter another pan filled with one i ins l. "~nu,"S:*=Ba-j_2
inch of hot water. Then, before bak-1water n kemve ,h* *iw
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>4 cup grape juice
2 teaspoons cinnamon
Cream shortening with sugar un-
til mixture is light and fluffy Grad-
ually stir in the honey and well
Mrs. Jack A. Goodman, In-
dianapolis, has been named
chairman of National Wom-
en's Division of United Jewish
Appeal for its 1957 campaign.
juice and stir in the dry ingredi-
ents and beat well. Dredge the fol-
lowing: fruit with 'z cup flour. 1
cup blanched chopped almonds. ty
! cup chopped orange peel. 1 lb. rai-
beaten eggs. Sift the flour with'sjnSi i )b. currants. i lb, candied
soda, baking powder, salt, cinna-' cherries, V lb. chopped citron and
v-c one cup. Add milk, melted mon and cloves Add to the sugar! '* 'D topped candied lemon peel.
Shortening, well beaten eggs and and egg mixture, coffee and grape'Add to ba,,er an<1 mix we" Pour
____________^ mto a very large greased loaf pan
that is lined with wax paper, and
bake in a slow oven 300 degs F. 1
hour Place under the pan with the
Cinerama Slates Extra Holiday Show
In anticipation of increased de-i The new schedule provides for
Riaod for tickets during the holiday three showings Tuesday Dec 25
extra performance! of La fellows: matinees at 230 p.m
This is Cinerama h,w !.,. iand again at 5 30 p m and an eve-
scheduled al tbi Roosevelt Theatre, nmg performance at 9 pm
trthur Godfrej rd ,- ...
_____,_______________;_________________! >'n .New Years eve, Monday
ht. Dee II, there will In- an
Beth David Sisterhood |''x,ra laU' **. tarttaf, at ii:83
U*U. w___r____. p m- T,l,s Performance is in addi-
Holds Two Functions ,,, ,,. regularly
Scbwartzman pre Honda) shows al 90
the Sabbath 9 p.m
-Home i..Hrii..r, 0n Nee Year's d,v. Tuesday,
holiday performances, instead of;
Participating in the short Sister the usual two: matinees at
were Mr- and 5:80 p.m.. and evening
Mi- Bernard Ban- tormance at 9 p.m
The Lowell Thomas-Merian 0
per presentation entered its
third week <>n Wednesday at the
Rooaavalt, which was entirely ren-
ovated to accommodate the compli-j
cated Cinerama equipment. The i
Miami Beach house is the only one'
in Florida which can or will show '
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scheduled
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rwpmber 21, 1956
^l*Ik*Mtot
Florida's Flora Fair Featured
Women of Miami,by Mrs. David Hess, chairman, fol-
lowed the business portion of the
meeting.
"Flora of Florida" was pre-
sented by Mrs. Pansy Flaum, of
Pansy Flower Shop, who create/!
personalized flower arrangements
out of foliage from the gardens of
chapter members.
Complete designs were dis-
j tributed among those present. Mrs.
is president of
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met Tuesday evening at Beth Da-
vid auditorium.
An unusual program, arranged
Dr. Munson to Speak
Dr. William B. Munson will
M>'ak on "Reconstructing interna-
tional Relations" at a meeting of
the Miami Kthical Society on Sun-
day, Dec. 23, at Koube'k Center, j Murray Gladstone
2705 SW 3rd st.
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Ifive chairmen will lead Women's Division
:ombined Jewish Appeal campaign into ac-
Ifion in 1957. Shown at first Patrons' Tea lunch-
leon Tuesday are honorary chairman Mrs. Jack
A. Ablin (center) and co-chairmen Mrs. Sam H
Host, Mrs. Harry Mufson. Mrs. Sam Blank and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. They check invitation list
to women's kickofi event slated Jan. 21.
\l/l/omen's Division Eyes Jan. 21 Tea
Smashing all precedent and cam-1 officially set for Jan. 21 and will bers each, in their first three weeks
jign tradition, the Combined Jew
Ch Appeal Women's Division this
Leek plunged into the job of open-
ng its most crucial fund campaign
l Miami history.
Meeting Tm^day noon in the of-
of the Greater Miami Jewish
federation with chairman Mrs.
amuel Simonhoff were the five
fchairmen of the Division's most
nportant fund raising event. The
Pat-' TVa major big gifts
junction sponsored by the women
M Greater Miami has now been
has begun its huge volunteer effort
in behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
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Five of this community's out-
standing leaders in Jewish affairs, I training for an orphan child in" Is-
philanthropy and organizational 'rael for six months."
activity will conduct plans to
bring the Patrons' Tea to a record
level of generosity and achieve-
ment. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin. long-
time Combined Jewish Appeal lead-
er especially identified with this
event, was named honorary chair-
man and will be assisted by Mrs.
Sam H. Host. Mrs. Harry Mufson,
Mrs. Sam Blank and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle.
The committee heard a report
from CJA delegates who had at-
tended the recent historic United
Jewish Appeal conference in New
York City, at which time a Special
Emergency Rescue Fund of $100
million had been established by
community representatives from
all parts of the country.
Mrs. Simonhoff described the
oppression and danger spots ob-
served on her recent trip through-
out Europe and the Middle East
and warned that "American Jewry
faces the task of saving the lives
of nearly 100.000 immigrants in
the coming year."
She pointed out that the sum of
$100 can provide food for two im-
migrant families, with five mem-
'the chapter.
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Program at Woman's Club
Edward Clarke, of the University
of Miami faculty, will review "An
Episode of the Sparrows," by Rum-
or Godden. Thursday morning.
Dec. 27. in the auditorium of the
Miami Woman's club. Soloist for
the day will be Dorothy Adams.
pianist, who will play numbers by
Brahms and Chopin. Clarke's week-
ly talks on books and music are
open to the public. .
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Jewish Music Festival Plans Now Being Formul
Seen receiving first Brotherhood poster distributed by Anti-
Defamation League committees ol chapters and lodges of
B'nai B'rith is Dr. Louis N. Head, pastor of Coral Gables First
Methodist Church and former president of Greater Miami
Council of Churches. Presenting poster to Dr. Head cue Mrs.
Estelle Gordon, chairman of 1956 Poster Distribution, and Miss
Priscilla J. Rosenfeld. education director of Anti Defamation
League.
A commiinitywi.li' Jewish Music| John Stein. Seymour I i.Pon in.jn (.
Festival will be h.-l-l on Sunday Epstein. Hyman K.im, Maurice Mrt v ,iit,i \ T,'mP'e Em*.
[night, Feb. 17. at Temple Israel, Shaw. Emanucl Tropp. ;mj Jewish w "er'Cdi5l
,m was announced Wedni eseotatlves her or.'*"s rganir.
Mrs, Milton Mrftlh. prcsMenl of their raspectrva organizations hm process <>f a s are Mill j..
the Gr imi Jewish Com- unable to be present jycre Mr- ,.. dp,>oint">g their
muniiy Center, which sponsors this
i wnt with the cooperation of the
local Cantors I
l his is the 18th annual I
to be celebrated nationally under
[the -pon-or-bip of ihe National
i. u: b Wi Ifare Board, of which
i,\i.tcc Is the local affiliate.
The fesUval committee, which
met recently to prepare initial
plant for this concert, indicated
that out-tan.tine local performing
group! and individuals would again
contribute their talents to this
program Those who attended the
first committee meeting included
'Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Temple
Beth Sholom; Cantor Jacob Born-
-tem. Temple Israel; Cantor Wil-
| ham Lipson. Beth David: Mrs. Ar-
thur Pekelner. Miami Hadassah;
Mrs, William Baren. Temple Is-
rael; Mrs. Joseph Duntov. National
Council of Jewish Women; Mrs.
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Mothers Assist In
This will mark "Collefla Home-
Tins week will mark 'College
Mnniidiming" at Temple Beth Shol-
om. according to an announcement
Wednesday by Ralph Spero, presi-
dent of the congregation.
The Friday evening service will
be dedicated to homecoming col-
lege student-. Rabbi Leon Kroni-h
will preach on "The Crisis and the
Campus "
Sara Tal, Mi-- larael of 1956. a
college student from larael, will be
featured guest at the Oneg Shab-
bal
(in Sunday morning, the annual
college homecoming brunch will lie
Homecoming
held in the new Temple banquet
hall. Mrs Charles Silvers is chair-
man of a committee of mothers of
college students who are arranging
the brunch. On the committee are
Mr- William Bernstein. Mrs Irv-
ing I'illman. Mrs. Edward Roth,
Mr- Kenneth Sokolsky. Mrs. Abe
Schwartz. Mrs Max Applebaum
and Mrs. Samuel Garfunkel.
Topic of diaauaatoa at the brunch ,
will be "Middle East Cn-i- Sam'
Smith. Janet Bernstein and Fred j
Malakoff are working with Rabbi
Kronish and youth leader Herbert
Bloom in preparation of the pro-
gram.
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. December 21, 1956
Jmlstftnriciiam
fotnen
Continue
from P9 I B Liberation, when she gave up her
[active role in the Women's Armv Frsnch'and PAlSh*"'!. Enfilish-
,!> to Palestine in 1938. has|serves She w;|s Cflllcalcd in ^ pucit.es i the new state.
I Vd a leading role in important land and is married to a Drominanl L Am,.nu 0,ner >bs, she a
the end of the War of
since
role in important land and is married to a prominent
activities in Is- surgeon.
Her knowledge of five languages ing
a public relations capacity with
Jiists. new immigrants and visit-
diplomats. When Israel
was
faced with a sudden crisis by the
bov.et re-arming of Egypt, Mrs.
nubner became associated with the
Keren Magen, Israel's volunteer de-
fense fund.
Welcoming the attractive woman
major to the Miami community on
behalf of the organized Jewish
groups here will be Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, president of Federations
Women's Division. The coffee
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Games Party Slated
Women's club of Workmen's Cir-
cle 692 will hold a games party
Sunday evening at 25 Washington
ave.
"
event is one of many organization
meetings being held throughout the
city to crystallize campaign plans
for women's participation in the
1957 Combined Jewish Appeal.

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MISS LINDA KAPLAN
MISS MARLWl S.'NGfff
Miss Staffer Will Wed Mr. Stone In June, '57 Rites
Friends and memben of the
family congratulated Miss Marlene
Lois Singer and Richard Bernard
Stone on then- i ent Wed
neada) evening al a part) at the
home of the groom-to-be.
Bride-elecf is the d mghter of
Mr. and Mrs. William D. S.iumt.
6945 Granada blvd. Her Omcel
parenta are Mr and Mrs. Alfred
Stone, 800 Washington ave., who
were celebrating their 29;h wed-
ding anniversary
Miss Singer attended Miami
Senior High Sch ol and will grad-
uate from Vanderbilt University in
nt of Alpha Kpsilon
Phi sorority, president of the
Women's Administrative Council
and a member of the Women's Stu-
dent Government Assn.
She aKo h. ieagi to Mortar
Board, national women's honorary.
and il treasurer of the Pan Hellenic
Council
Mr Stone attended Georgia Mil-
itary College and received his AB
ree from Harvard H received
hi- law degre from Columbia Uni-
veratt) and is now a practicing at-
torney here in the Dul'ont hldg.
The couple are planning on a
June. 1957. At Vanderbilt, she 11 June 30. 1957 wedding.
Miss Joy Davidow Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davidow,
847 Palermo ave.. Coral Gables,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Joy Susan, to Myron
Abramowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ryman Abramowitz. 150 SW 19th
rd.. Miami.
A reception in honor of the new-
ly engaged couple will be held on
Sunday. Dec. 23. at the David-
ow residence.
Mr. Abramowitz, who is stationed
at the Navy Moffett Field. Cali-
fornia, will be home on leave.
Both Miss Davidow and Mr.
Abramowitz are graduates of Miami
High School. Miss Davidow is a
student x-ray technician at Mercy
hospital. Wedding plans are in-
definite, pending her fiance's com-
pletion of service.
The engaged couple attended
Beth David religious school and
both are confirmands of Beth Da-
vid
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carter. Cr.0,0 r,io|ram In the liberal art*, idimn aaei
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Couple Will Spend
Three Weeks Here
Stuart Jay Miller, son of Mr. and i
Mrs Michael Miller. 1601 Bay rd..
Miami Beach, and his bride to lx\
Joan Black, daughter of the Allen '
Blacks. Stanhope. N.J.. will spend
the next three weeks in Miami
Beach.
On Dec. 23, they plan to be mar-
ried, after which the family and
relatives will be entertained at
cocktails and dinner at the Sterling
hotel.
Stuart was educated in Miami
Beach and received his BS degree
A the University of Florida. He
served in the Air Force and is at
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Kaplan, Brickman
Slate July Rites
Linda Ellen Kaplan and Riehard
Ian Brickman are engaged. Th-v
have set thHr marriage day for
July 14. 1937.
The bride-elect's parents. Mr
and Mrs. Leon Kaplan. 1795 SW
12th st., Miami, are announcing the
couple's betrothal. The groom-to-
be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Jack Brickman, 625 84th st., Miami
Beach
Miss Kaplan graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School, where -h-
was president of Little Women and
National Honor Society
Presently, she is attending Van-
derbilt I'nivcrsity. when
president of Alpha EpaHtfn Phi
sorority and a member of I'hi \\v\a
Kappa, national scholarship honor-
ary.
In addition. Miss Kaplan belongs
to Mortar Board and is associate
editor of Commodore, the univer-
sity year book. She graduates in
June, 1957.
Her fiance attended Miami Beach
High School, where he was presi-
dent of National Honor Society and
a member of the varsity and all-
city football teams.
Mr. Brickman graduated from
Harvard College in three years, was
granted a scholarship to Harvard
law school and will receive his de-
gree in June, 1959.
At college, he was on the varsity
football squad and a member of the
Varsity club and Dunster Dunces
singing group.
present employed by the F. D. I. C.
an Wall Street. New York City
Joan graduated from the Newark
School of Fine and Industrial Arts
nid specializes in portraiture.
They will be at home after Jan.
15, at the Ivy Hill Park apts.. in
South Orange. N.J.
21,
l-llua
MISS ABET SOiros
Sutton, Silver
Honored Sundas
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
2133 SW 10,h ave. JL
nounce the engagement of I
daugrner. Vbby s:. to J
Franklin Silver.
The couple will be honorrfi
cocktail party Sunday. Det I
Miss Sutton i a graduate tfl
ami Senior Iligb. School, wheitj
was a member of Tau Alpha (
sorority,
Her fiance, son ol Mr
Silver and the late Mr. J
ver. is a graduate o( the I'n
of Miami, where he was a l_
of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity.
Their wedding date has beet I
for June lti. 1957.
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I Toby Lurie Weds Donald Friedman;
Chooses Floor-Length Fnr-rrmi n
Length Formal Gown !
aid
-winiaii in ;; p.n, ,;t >a Sunday
evening Dec ifl ,,, i
hotel. Rabbi Morris Skon. inirit..i
'I '' I.UN.
Friedman in
became
8
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imported chan-
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tjj SYLVIA MILGRAM
MISS BARBARA GINSBURG
pa's Fiance Will Get LLB Here
bd Mrs. Josi ph Milgram,
27th ter. announce the
Mt of their daughter, Syl-
| to David Moliver, son of
Urs. Bernard Moliver, 1955
Miami Beach.
Jride-clc' graduated from
ICollege Preparatary School
nged to I'hi Delta Gamma
[She i- a 195(1 graduate of
ver-:iy ol Miami, where
fcved a BBA degree in busi-
ication and also obtained a
leacher's certificate.
0. of M the bride-elect
to Delta I'lu Kpsilon So-
|Dnty. Future Teachers of
i and had the comedy lead
1955 U. of M -Indent pro-
rBkfltchbook." She was ad-
two year- to Tau Alpha
ouncil associated with the
ideis Student,
ish Ed. Major
for June 18
! Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg,
|Prainc ave Miami Beach,
I week announcing the en-
t of then daughter. Bar-
, to Jack Rosoff, son of
Mrs. Samuel B. Rosoff,
|e, Mass.
Sinsburg will receive her
5 June from Brandeis
where -he has distin-
her-elf in many fields. A
of Mm mi Beach High
MM was an officer in-Stu-
uncil, member of National
ciety. National Quill and
I a charter member of
Bb.
osoff i- ;i graduate of Har-
uversity, where he received
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center and is on th- teaching staff
of Beth David Congregation
The groom-to-be is onuinally
from Philadelphia. Pa., where he
graduated from Central High
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School. He was a member of Junior
B'nai B'rith for five years and was
president of his local chapter for
two years. He received the BS from
Drexel Institute of Technology,
Philadelphia. He attended Temple
University school of law and was
a member of Tau Fpsilon Rho legal
fraternity.
He will graduate from the Uni-
versity of Miami law school in
February and take the examination
for admission to the Florida Bar
in March, 1957. He was in the
Armed Forces from 1950 to 1952.
The wedding will take place
Mar. 24.
his ABidegree in psychology, and
of Boston Teachers' College, where
he received the Bachelor of Jewish
Education degree.
He is at present attending the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America in New York.
The couple have chosen June 18
as their nuptial date.

FRIEDMAN
and redingote of
tillv I
Featured were a tcoop neckline
1 with lace medallion- and
trimmed with pastel paillettes,
^nort pointed sleeves and sweep
train A pearl he.i Ipiece was C
to a pearl silk imported Illusion
fingertip veil,
The bride carried a yellow orchid
and white confirmation Bible.
i ol honor was Marilyn Zah>
mit Carole Safer. Lynn Weinsier,
Rissie Friedman, the groom's
ter. and Maxene Drucker
bridesmaids.
Be t man was Mel 'I an-, and
' id Frank Schulwolf,
frwin Segal, Ainslie Fen
Nls* Kosch i 'i Mrs Camner and Boby Lurie
Ccha Kosch, 3929 Garden ave., Flower girls were Don)
Miami Beach, and Sidney Kosch; Debby Welnstein, cousins of the
>tte, N.C., was married to bride. Jimmy Carmer, cousin
Gerald Malcolm Menaker, son of 'he bride, was ring bearer. Bobby
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Menaker. I-une was junior usher tor hi- sis-
1241 Kith -i Miami Beach, Dec. 10 ter.
in Temple Israel. Newlywed Mrs. Friedman was
A family dinner was held at the president of Tri Beta Council at
imi High School and a member
piritual
11 mple Judea. offic
;'Vr ol Mr
and Mrs Sidney II. Lurie 1203
Country Club Prado, Coral Gables
Her husband is the son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Friedman, 2620 SW
24th st.. Miami
The bride chose a floor-length
gown fashioned with formal bodice
and bouffanl skirl ol nylon tulle
Kosch, Menaker
Exchange Vow
rs

Alciers hotl I
The couple
Will live in Tampa
Werner-Ka in
MRS. DONALD FRIEDMAN
They attended the University oi the University of Florida.
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the
of Aloha Epsilon Phi sorority at i University of Florida. At present,
he is with the security service of.
Miami, where the bride was a mem-
ber of Delta Phi Epsilon social so-
rority. Mr. Menaker served in the
Army in Korea.
Mr. Friedman was a member of;lne u- s- Aii" Force.
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Mrs. Oscar Seltser, president of
Golda Myer-on club of Pioneer
Women's Organisation, announces
that the next monthly meeting of IMrs.
the chapter will he held Thursday
evening, Dec. 27. at Beth El Con-
gregation. The cultural portion of
the program will consist of original
readings by Flora Freed man and
Mai ion Ewigkiet.
reception followed the wed-
ding in the Kubaiyat room of the
hotel. Out-of-town guests includ I
Mrs. Morris Pearlstein. Birming-
ham, Ala.: Mrs. Ida Gray, Birming-
ham; Mrs. Joe Lurie, Newark, N..I ;
Harry Eidex. Chattanooga,
Tenn.; Mrs. Ellis Weinstein. Bir-
mingham; Mrs. Mollie Zeichner,
Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Bea
Goldman. New York City.
Following their honeymoon trip
to New York City, the couple will
be at home in Washington. D.C.
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Live in New York
Miss Sonya G. Goldman became j
Mrs. Bernard Allen Friedman Dec.
9 in rites at Silver Spring-. Fit.
She is the daughter of Mr. and:
Mrs. Nathan Goldman. Ocala. and
granddaughter of the late pioneer
Miamian Louis Fine.
Mr. Friedman is the son of Mrs
Frank Friedman, Forest Hills. N.Y.,
and the late Mr. Friedman.
The newlyweds will live in Man-
hattan, where he is a trial attorney
with the anti-trust division of the
Justice Department.
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tj^cxr <^yVlitzvah
Temple Brotherhoods Eye Midi
A Southeastern regional conven-
tion <>f Temple Brotherhoods will
be held at the Shelborne hotel in
Miami Beach Jan. 4 to 6. Dele-
gajM from Florida. Georgia and
Alabama will attend.
Theme of the convention is
"Seven Ways to Build Brother-
hood." Delegates will plan ways
and means <>l strenstnening re-
ligious, social and cultural activi
UM of the men's clubs affiliated
with the Reform and Liberal tem-
pi. of the region.
High spot of the convention will
he a banquet Sunday night, Jan. 6.
Guest speaker will be Dr. J. Wayn>
Hi'itz, president of the University
of Florida. Gainesville, who will
receive a citation for contributing
I to better interfaith understanding
The meeting will open with rest-
istration and religious services on
Friday evening. Jan. 4. After re
, hgious services, on Saturday, Jan
,,w,h!^enWil, ** a study ^orr
! Albert Rosen, of Temple Beth
Sholom Men's club. Miami Beach
I local convention chairman, will pre-'
1 aide.
Discussion leaders and their
.topics are: Rabbi Herbert L. Baum-
igard, Miami, regional director
| Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, "Adult Education Dr
(Meyer Eggnatz, Miami Beach
Service to the Temple,' and I'hil-
'ip Heckeriing, Temple Jadea Men's
club. Coral Table*, "Service to
Youth." A dinner and entertain-
iami
M n. i K.l.li
Eugene Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joal Hoch. 5906 SW 11th
St., W. Miami, will be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday at Temple
Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
will officiate. Eugene Bruce
is a student at West Miami
Junior High and Temple Zion
religious school. Reception
will be held in his honor at
the Alr-iers hotel on Sunday.
Donald Fleit, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Burger, 1680
Cleveland rd., will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing, Dec. 22, at North Shore
Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will conduct the
service. Donald is a student
in the religious school of the
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
Sixth Year for Rabbi Abramo
S^-V 2 Bn"s for lead- >" ofNorth**!
lag ta Yom Kippur appeals. m no .." Sbore
Six years ago. the corner of 75th
1st. and Dickens ave. was merely
< a design in Miami Beach plans, the
; North Shore Jewish Center was a
; dream in the minds of settlers in
the North Shore area.
The coming of Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz to Miami Beach con-
verted this dream into a reality.
Anticipating the growth of the
area, he determinedly sparked a
building program which has seen
North Shore Jewish Center grow to
a position of service and promin-
ence in the community.
Late Friday evening service on
Friday evening will be dedicated
as a tribute to Rabbi.Abramowitz.
as he enters his sixth year with
the congregation.
Under his spiritual leadership.
the Center has grown to a mem-
b*i -h.p of over 550 families, with
;i religious school of 625 children
from nursery school level to post
confirmation classes. Rabbi Abram-
owitz serves as a member of the
budget committee it Federation, is
ohainnan of the executive commit-
tee of the .l'wi>li National Fund.
diretor of the Southeast region of
niied Synagogue Youth of
America and was recently honored
Milton R. Mannheimer,
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Slotkin, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple E:nanu-El
Saturday morning. Rabbi
Irvina Lehrmcn will 01110101.
Alan is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
and attends Tempb Emanu-
El religious school.
-: _
Elrein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Lieber, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvuh' at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday morning.
Rabbi living Lehman w,ll of-
ficiate. Efiern is a seventh
grade student at Miami Beach,
Junior High and attends Tem-
ple Emanu El religious school.
Book Review Heard
Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
Cent) I met I.ivt week .it the Center
Mr- Abiiihini l.c \ t,m presented a
l>ok review on "The Prophet of
San Nicandro," by Phinn E. La-
pi'le Mrs Jerome Rifkin is Sister-
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Lecture Series Opens on Beach
mont of Israel, Monarchy anrl
Beth Jacob Congregation thi
week announced tfifl Brsl in its
artel of ten lectures to be de-
liverd by Rabbi Tibor Stern dm
ing the 1956-57 late Friday evening
service schedule.
"The People of Israel
pology and Chronology,
the topic of the first lecture this
Friday evening Others scheduled
include "The Land of Israel. Geog-
raphy and Geology;" "The Govern-
Re-
public;" "The Lan.'.'uaiic i>1 Israel.
Philology and Scriptures:.....rhe
Religion of Israel. Philosophy and
.Tiirisprudencc."
"The Holidays of Israel." Fcsti
Anlhro- vals and Fast Days;" "Politics in
will Ih' Israel. Foreign and Domestic;"
"Wars of Israel. Defensive and Con-
qut;" "Women of Israel. Rights
and Duties;" and "The Faith of Is-
rael, Messiah and Diaspora."
Public is invited to attend the
Nebo Gift Book
Supply Exhausted;
New Copies on Way
Because of an unprecedented do
series.
Rabbi Kronish is Speaker
Rabbi l>on Kronish. spiritua
leader of Temple Beth Sholom and
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Asaa was guest speak
er at a meeting of Dade Men's
mand. supply of copies of "Peace of chapter of American Jewish Con-
(Mi at the Seagull hotel Wednes-
day.
Mind" have been exhausted in
Florida.
The book was offered without
charge by Mount Nebo Cemetery
recently, and book distributors
throughout the country are in the
process of securing coptel to sup-
ply to the many persons who have
not as yet received them The books
will be mailed out as soon as re-
ceived.
Rabbi Joshua Liebman's book
was given "the greatest response
We have ever seen." according to
Morris Levin*, managing director
oi Mount Nebo. The serene Jewish1
cemetery is located in Miami's res-,tne Carib. Miami and Miracle Thea-
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WTVJ-TV. channel 4. has
been awarded a plaque by
Miami-Dade Chamber of
l Commerce for "exceptional
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Safety Council. Award was
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I'WK.V JOHN HKKI>.
l.efendant.
m ..ROER TO APPEAR
T2LFSS JOHN reebt it. v.i
Freehold. New Jeraey, Julu,,, I. it-'
mar. you are hereby required ,,.
BOJW ol roar answer to ,.,.
piaim f.,r divorce on PWinUfr. at...
ney. .-I., ,.,. \i |i,,,.,. ,,., ,.. y,''' '
Tn'"''"' ';'. -n.i ni hTofit-
nrcult Court ..n or before the .,,,
d.v Of January. All |S1 .., ",,
fault will be entered Kh|m vou ""
19M th'" """ dH' '" "
K 11 I.KATHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit Court
Hy: WM. U BTOCKINa
,.,.. I*""'*' -*
12/I1-2S l/-ll
OBiTHARMES
DAVES BECKER
of 111 M. rid in sv< dted l >.
II
ingtofl ave., Miami Beach, has been
assisting sufferers from foot trou-
ble for many years with his scien-
tifically-fitted aim -
Charles B Harris corrective foot
Wear features sizes AAA (.. EEEEE
for men. women and children.
Doctor! have long agreed that
most people are not aware of the
1 ni they ,i themselves by ne-
their feet." Ham- feaJi
' i he result || had posture, discom-
ti ft, facial distortion and even
i lany unexplained ills that are ac
tually a result of incorrectly fitted
hoes."
Harris foot wear assists in cor
reeling these problems with his un-
usually wide collection of excellent
si, tea fitted to the foot needs of the
individual.
i .i
l.r.

I from B.....kll 11 :. ri I w;, ., le-
-.1 btilldei Survivors Include four
n Bernard, Prod, Joseph and Jack
lataejhtei Mi Anna Btrelsa tnd a
Ih.-i S.-i v |i u .... I ., || t |||V.
de-Reach Memorial Chapel, with
lal in \\.....H.iwn p.irk.
ABHAHAM MILLER
N of 1106 Colllni :,\. r..-o-ner of
Mian i I Tot i-i.,Ti Oo died Da. II Mr
"'- T' ildenl here Ml l in, romtna
rroni l^-tn.n Siiivniin r.- In- if..
' i il.niKhi. i. Mi- .;,., trade Mll-
ither, .lor; .,,! ,,,
"'i'.. ii ii nivi
' ; '< Men oriel ci apol, iii, burial
in .Ml S.111..1 i .
BARNET KAPLOWITZ
IS, of I0M Jefferaon ave., rtl--l DM
i" n,. va r.-iir.- 1..... n* v.-.,rs ^k., fr..iM Nea
Cltj Burvivori Include two .,ii-. Her-
man en,i i;inr Servlcea ami luirii.l
were In N'. Voik. with looaJ ar-
r.mKrmrnte by nivrrpidr-IScacli Me-
ntorlal Clmpel.
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTU-K IS HBRRRT OIVES |l .1
the underelcned. dexlrlns to enicae. In
i'.'iT. .".?,J"".'"r ,h" "cUttoui name .
..'.. ,,h ?.,rrrt- Mkiint Intend
rcKbitcr ld name with the Clerk
Klorlda '"" ''our' "' Bade I
-... nR HAROLD l> .Mil.I l \
THBODORB H NELSON ""'''N
Attorn-> for Applicant
1 l.ln.oln |;,| isi.ju
i:/ti-zi 1/4.11
Holiday Party Due
Fifth annual holiday party for
employees .,( |ft s.nai hospital
I their families will be held
Sundaj afternoon at Johns Uland
Board ol trusteea is boat to the
more than 1.500 pcraoni expected
td annul (iiitv froog m.-inlxis of
the medical staff will be distrib-
uted.
MAX STEIN
M, of nf, CoBtaa ava., irntar rewi-
il.-.u f,.i more than li roars died De.
n He waa rrorn Paaaal. v J and
* i Workmen'! .'. i.-
Hurvlron Includ. l,u wife, Dora -r,.|
I '..I I S,nn .! I,in i ,
n Nea fork city.
HARRY M. COLDSTINE
who ..i.ii.- Mra
from <).,. 1K dl< d
' ii on.-i .iii.i iralnei
and belona. i i.. the
Maeone and Horaamen'i
and Pi
' "' hi. a ... .,
ami dauahtei Mrs. E la M.
i
LEON HURWITZ
M of
man Rurvlvora I
an.I Mra
i.mI burial
New rork. with local hi-
Chapel! '-'-... M,-
CINERAMA CHRISTMAS 8IFT CMTIFICATISI
ra. tawli -ww t. a.r- g, o. s- *? i*. om
>^ aaS -lT!L? 2?^?*** TleH Mew Oe Sale
Worth a special trip to
MIAMI BEACH
YOU HAVE TO SEE IT
TO BELIEVE IT
MRS. SARAH E. WOHL
It, or m>: n Ooean di iioiivwnod
who ha lived In thin area for I-
.ulna rroni New York I'm. ,||,.,i
Dei II survivor, Imlnde two -"iiip.
Hal and Martin, ten grandchildren
and !.". areat-erandi IhMj ..:i Ken
were Is-. II al Oordon r*uneral Home.
With I.,ii lal In W.MHllnwn r.iik
MRS. PAULINE HERSCHAFT
It, ol nl sw ith at- wbo came
Ihe Bronx. N V. r. yean *...
did i>... n> i Jaolcsonvllle Bui
Ina are her hUKband. Henn Iwo
"ni>. Martin nml Arthur, a daughter
i. iamae: and four grand-
rhiiiii.ii Hervtcea were i>.- n m
rslde-Beach Mmorlal <-hnp.-l
".in burial in siar of David P
MRS. OUSSIE BROWN
W ISth -I renldent ..f
.....'Ina h.......1Kb. veara
*" died I >. || s,;, ,-i, init |v
IV. I, in Rive rdde-tb
al < -i-.-l. with burial in Ml Nebo
i .in. :.
INSURANCE
MAN WANTED
Ikaanaa General ana er Life Man
for Aeency with Excellent Facilities.
Uana arevided. All realies cenfi
aeatinl. Write A. t., Ml M73,
II.
REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN
NEEDED
Norman E. Butter, Realtor
13030 N.V.. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
DtPlNDpS
REAL EST
KN0W-H
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moIPWH;
FORT
OPPOaTl-iJI
^AMBWAtcr,,
' cesie, .7^
Hrt-rt kMH^-JJ
e^fowah. fm J2*1
Realty In
2400 FltST |
f0*T MYEtJ
SOUTH DADE j
"tnf]
CAUKEBM
16821 Federal |
* 817-901^
"fOUl KKUl!
Several 0*U |
llwJfia| ha j
Kl row
DKEECHOBEE cZ\
with Connorj Hilkwaj
Okhol frontigt a
on State H.gh>; n<|
bee City. 41| nm i
proves neir Okerch
icre( n stilt M
Ok-echob Stock u-
2.200 acre nnch sskl
highly improved, ea I
way 441. Will Dear I
DRANOE County:
proposed Martin
Paved Highway ..
planned Eipreii K%
Oaytona to LakcaMi
runt thru It
OSCEOLA County: Oatj
quarter mile 'rcntam
ful Eaat Lake Tee
mile on State Hi
croaamg of State _
and Sunih.ne State L_
Proiect No. 2 treat fU
Jacksonville. Pncedaa
R. L HAKtKLI
PHONE RoOnl
MNClkwN,!
1
2&iZ
AUGUST BROS nYt
i v ... ni v t *-
IS thr bt SI
-
for Buys Ii
Consult Iht Jewisfc I
MRS DOROTHY FRIEDMAN
, of 1400 riW sii, R| ,,.,, ,,. ,
rt.rti an.i owne I ihe Klamlnao
r' "' 'nbe. of ll. .ii.l,., ,,r ,ht.
'''"' -I'm; era her moth-
alt ky
TfCMNICOiOe
all Price, laclvee TaiM
terved Wats Far all Parrarsuwcea
aTATINIK Orcfc., leyTaak*
fiUe. tars W. I:SI sat IJ I JSf" I M
Satereay 1:M pa l.e 1 171
Svndar lie* sea T-4> J.ei IT*
_ tVIBIMSl _____I Ores Lete' Sale
at., thru M. f 00 saji.eSi J .dsaVj JO
Set. 7 30; 10 30 paa I1JS1 lJW IN
Sweey ea, 0:0 aaa I lje> I l.a
Wf MOaoe All CAMXHH CHAief, alt
TIAVU CMAeoM 4 DiNtt I ClUI CAISS
TMI ONIV THIATII
IN THI SIATI Of HOaiDA
All! TO SHOW CINIKAMA
ORMI IV MAIL
ROOSEVELT
THEATRE
7JJ *BIHbR GOOldtf DO MIAMI IUCH
JEfferson 8-2393-4-5
-we ire Trip Charee Meeaeer.
MRS. ADELAIDE C. MATLACK
.11-1 ..... if.
<< b"-l.....I Bhel.
e IV. II .1 f
- H* burial 1*M?mSi3
- WALTER "tTaTHAN
th at., died Do. 14 He I,
-urvKed l three .). M ,s ,'ille
'X year. hKo
'":"" 'i .....tlrod
Mar ,. iKS ''' *l,' b
"'*' "' DBVId eineterv .
. SOLOMON STONE
\i- '"' MrWln ave. d,.- B
irl ,iV "' Ih urvlved b, hl
.;;-
" of kV anna k*o*n
"t" <'r ,lie,| iw a !.
In-rrflld^
, DAVID ARON
c.me'be.'e.'.:;!:, ;'..;:'',"; *
200 PIANES EXPECTED
MIAMI HAVANA AIR CRUISE
JANUARY S. 9. 10 A II, IH'
Sponsored by Florida Air Pilot't Aeaocut*.
Pilots, plane owners and guests invited to participate *
ri.lt INK.lKMATI' >.\ \M' I'l
JAMIS C. PACI ("THI PIYIH0 REAITOI"), Ktll|
310 8. E. 2nd Avenue. Miami
I************.
". AMERICAN
to celebrate this joyous season by giungi'/"-l
feefjtt and thfw' a voluabU ^tV
S K GIFT #*
"11^^ waiting for you when you riy
\i open an account at y
^ AMERICAN SAVINGS!.
a Open your new account anytime duri^
W December and select your FREE gift- ^ I
New account, may be opened in any MJjji
* you choose... and remember a savings ace
makes an esceltent Christmas present.
IACH ACCOUNT INSUNID TO '*J
^-% CUNKINT OIVI0EN0 ^
MERICAN SAVIHj
BUtOweC 4 IOAN ASSOCIATION Or W"
1659 Washington Av,n^V
Just Nofth o* U""1" *"7
MJre.lwea

+Je*lstn*rMm
Hero
kach
. chaim Herwg, MHi-
i of Jerusalem, was
J Miami Thursday night
Kantic "Salute to
C Miami Beach aud i-
lDartici|ten in Israels
K of .ho Gaza Strip
ISinani Peninsula.
L 3500 persons were
fc attend the community-
fdimirtie event of the
U nf the (.neater M*
tee for State of bracf
F $T rjfJO.000 goal of the"
La was in sight Wed-
[sales soared past the
brk. .. .
Lit was to feature Met-
Ipera star Jan Peerce,
[Hollywood and Broad-
I Morris Carnovsky. Mi
L violinist Joan Field,
fcss Israel of 1956, vocal-
(rter. the Miami Beach
Btra conducted by Bar-
kin, the Miami Beach
Singers led by Ben
ntor Samuel Kelemer
Jof 125.
of the program was to
Inal drama, "Son of the
Icting the life of Israeli
David Ben-Gurion. The
duced and directed by
jog is the former chief
Itache of the Israel Em-
Washington. He arrived
kited States earlier this
fr supervising Israeli ac-
tivities in the Sinai.

Friedland Heads $15 Million Project-
( New Resort Slated to Open in 1957
Page II B
resort projects in this country and
Canada. Franklin Hughes, of Mi-
ami Beach, noted interior decorat-
er, is supervising the designs for
the hotel, motel and golf course
The 18-hole tournament golf
course, to be known as the Dip-
argescale Florida investor, has heated
undertaken his largest personal! v |-----""* *" "* *,,uwn as me uip-
project to dale as construction was!,, Nn?man Gi"er Assoc.. of Miami lmat country club, has been de-
begun on the Diplomat hotel, motel Beach' are ^signing and super- signed by Robert Lawrence na-
I vising h,wts and engjneers tjona]iy known *
Oilier has designed a number of tect.
Radio, TV Interview
For Rabbi Machtei
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, author of
This is My God," (see "On the
Bookshelf," The Jewish Floridian.
Dec. 14) will be interviewed Fri-
day afternoon over television.
He will discuss his book with
Elliott McCauley over WGBS-TV.
channel 23, at 4:15 p.m.
Talianof f Named
To National Group
Appointment of George J. Talia-
noff to the executive committee ol
the National Commission of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. was announced Wednesday
by Henry E. Schultz, chairman of
the Commission.
Talianoff, local attorney and
chairman of the Florida Anti-De-
famation League advisory board,
has been active in civic and com-
munity affairs for several years.
In his capacity as member of the
executive committee. Talianoff will
deliberate in formulation of Anti-
Defamation League policy nation-
ally.
Diplomat hotel, motel
and country club in Hollywood.
The new project is Florida's
most extensive resort development
in more than 25 years.
Ground was broken recently for
the resort which is expected to cost
in excess of S15.000.000 and will
include almost 500 rooms, an 18-
hole tournament golf course, yacht
basin and other recreational facili-
ties.
Opening date of the Diplomat
has been set for December 1, 1957.
More than one-half mile of ocean
frontage is included in the Diplo-
mat tract, which covers more than
1300 acres of choice Gold Coast
land on the Atlantic Ocean. The
I golf course extends almost to U.S.
Highway 1. The tract lies just
northeast of Gulfstream Race
Course.
Main resort facility of the Dip-
lomat will be a 325-room, seven-
story oceanfront hotel and cabana
club which will occupy 980 feet
of ocean frontage.
Parking for 275 autos will be
available under the building while
additional adjacent parking areas
will be provided. A 150-room motel T/,fc____i < .i_ r ^. ,
,m h* hnitt hv m~ii., h Lookin9 over PIa"s for the 515.000,000 Diplomat hotel, motel
will be bu.lt b> Fnedlana on the and country dub nQW unQer constructionP in Hollywood axe
west side of Highway A1A and owner Sam Friediand (center)f Norman GiUeri architect (left),
fronting the Intercoastal Water- and Ben Kline, manager of the Shelborne hotel at Miami Beach,
way. The motel will have its own one of Friedland's properties.

|MMUFl HID MAN
loth Israel
Feldman
I A. Feldman has been un-
elected president of
i Israel Hebrew Institute.
(officers named at a recent
[Israel election meeting in-
jisSchenker. honorary life
E Murray Rosenberg, Jion-
bsident; William Cohen,
Nrack, Isaac Smith and
WPerberg. vice presidents;
froudan. treasurer; Morris
radini secretary.
Babok. Harry Belfert,
Bergor. Harry Cammer,
[rank. Jacob (Jart, Rev. S.
pr, Max Gutmann. David
Harry .Jackson, Nathan
Isidore Pass, Benjamin
Mitchell Reiner, Harry
g. Samuel Rudnick and
Weisz. members of the
' director
Sterling. Hyman Cohen
nan Strauss, gabaim; Isaac
l Cantor, Hyman Cohen,
lfeigenbaum, Isidore Hab-
Fjj* Isaacson Joseph Kriv-
rreMalina, Ivan Salomon
*| Silherman. honorary
"wrd members.
Camp Reunion
Slated Sunday
Camp Pinewood, Hendersonville,
N.C., will hold its-annual reunion
and camp party at the University
of Miami Hillel Foundation Sunday-
afternoon.
All past and presently enrolled
campers have been invited. An ad-
ditional invitation has been ex-
tended to friends of the camp, par-
ents of campers and all who are
interested in Pinewood.
One of the main feattuts of the
reunion festivities will be the
awarding of plaques to 195G camp-
ers for their achievements during
the past camping season. Another
highlight of the affair will be the
showing of films of Camp Pine-
wood activities. Hosts will be Dr.
and Mrs. Donald Michelson Kid
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Mcltier, Camp
Pinewood directors.
* Meeting
JH U)uis Rottrnan, spiritual
I reset h l?*1 CV***-
I oMKCd Beth to"*"
L L,he l'"'ted Balabatim
^hnith Sunday, Dec. o.
I"1''"Hip Weiss, president.
Wto?m Makovsky and
"Dollars for Defense of Israel's Security" is
theme of Flag Day drive here Saturday eve-
ning and all day Sunday. Some 350 persons
will fake part in Jewish National Fund func-
tion. Shown seated (left to right) are Mesdames
Barney Wessel, Joseph Press, Sam Friedman
and Joseph Brenner. Standing are Mrs. Ben
Roth, Mrs. Louis Gratz, Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Stranch and Mrs. Frieda Kalstein. Co-chairmen
are Mrs. Jack Davis, JNF Council secretary,
and executive board member Mrs. Press. They
will be assisted by Daniel M. Broad, president
of JNF Council, and Milton Miller, vice presi-
dent.
, Rebarber Jeanette Lee M.llcr, Rose Rovin, Dr. George Philour.
Vm&XSZ2* U by ^r- Ch^ln^Laer, who wiU be MM wUh O- o,
n3u lta~ : H Rotor I. 80 in Sunday paaean,
Mu.ic duector and producer' *" '"Slan por1er. Dorolhy
choreographer. Slowing are Bon. Pnlcher. 010

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Page 12 B

Orthodox Rabbis Hail Yaad
sm Members of the Southeastern re-1 solely recogniw the United Vaad
gion Rabbinical Council here and Hakashruth of Balabatlm as the
Orthodox spiritual leaders of sole Orthodox agency to represent
Greater Miami this week an-j the cause of kashruth in our com-
nounccd their support of the new- munity."
ly-formed United Balabatim Vaad The signing spiritual leaders
Hakashruth. (greeted newly-elected Vaad presi-
The Orthodox rabbis circulated dent Philip Weiss "for his sincere
copies of a resolution passed Dec. efforts." Thy are Rabbis Shmaryahu
Swirsky, H. Louis Rottman, Simon
April. Arie Becker, Isaac Ever, Jo-
13, in which they vowed "uncon-
ditional support to work in close
cooperation with the established
Vaad and to carry out all religious ?Ph Rckov.skv. Tbor Stern. Jonah
and Halachic tasks asked from us
as Orthodox rabbis of our cumraun-
rmur wins
ity"
The resolution made it elear that
the United Bnlabatnn Vaad Ha-
kashruth "recognizes as the sole
and only rabbinic body the Rab-
binical Council South Kastern Re-
gion in Greater Miami as the rab-
binical arm of the United Vaad."
The resolution continued: "We
confirm that we in return shall
Resolution Vows Other
Vaadim Will Close Shop
On the heels of the announce-;
ment of organization of the United
Balabatim Vaad Hakashruth of
Greater Miami, the Vaad this week
announced the substance of a reso-
lution passed at its meetinu Sun-
day, Dec. 9, at Waldman's Crown !
hotel.
Claiming that "the present situa-j
tion of divided authorities and
ka-.hruth representative agenciC'
are contributing to cause a chaotic
condition in the field of kashruth.
""the resolution calls for the estab-
lishment ol the I'nited Vaad "which
Duntov to Speak
On World Scene
Cultural committee of the
Workmen's Circle. Branch 62. and
its Women's club will present Jo-
j-eph Duntov in a discussion of the
world political situation at the first
in a series of lectures Friday eve-
ning. Dec. 21.
The lecture i* scheduled for the
Lyceum. 25 Washington ave.
Duntov is District secretary of
the Southeastern region of the
Workmen's Circle, comprising 22
branches and women- clubs The
lecture will be in Yiddish
shall serve as the sole official
spokesman for every phase of kash-
ruth."
The resolution also says, in part:
". that all kosher products will
he under the jurisdiction of the
I'nited Balabatim Vaad Hakash-
ruth of Greater Miami that all
existing Vaadim shall terminate
their functions as soon as the I'nit-
ed Balabatim Vaad Hakashruth of
Greater Miami is officially estab-
lished and chartered and ready to
function .
".. that the laymen organization
of the United Balabatim Vaad Ha-
kashruth of Greater Miami will call
upon the Rabbinical Council of
Greater Miami to form the rabbinic
arm of the United Vaad and the
halachic aspects of kashruth will
be solely in their jurisdiction .
that all aspects of kashruth and all
supervision and endorsements will
be controlled by the United Bala-
batim Vaad .
". that we shall call upon all
rabbis and congregations of our
community to give us moral sup-
port .
The resolution also called for the
various local governments of the
Greater Miami area to give "their
legal assistance in the formulation
of laws pertaining to kashruth that
will do honor to our community."
Caplan and Alexander Gross.
scieBttat,
recent 'PPlicaat,
nation.
Miomioii Gets $50,000 Gr^T
-Dr Uehria Fried ha. been of T
awarded a $80,000 grant by the Na-
twnal Science Foundation.
He is the mm of Mr. and Mrs
Max Fried. 2539 SW 2nd St.. Miami.
The young scientist is assistant The fellowship
professor of biochemistry at the C,p'enl ov hve.,
University of Florida college of vuies UP to *tOD0 '
medicine and will continue a pro-! SParch eo."'Pmen, J
gram of bask research on the bio- |ance ,0 th universe i
chemistry of proteins. expenses.
Dr. Fried received his bachelor1 I)r Frled
and master degrees at the Univer- Cambridge Unlreniy]
sity of Florida. He was granted and (r one ytitlll.
the Phl> degree at Vale. H. is one University, ^
4'by>T> r*t
C'tZ.p^i ** '/PUMrt r*V* f/ "' 7)r"i
Raaatlatlaa at Ork]">i *hMi
ana aa**ra of tha "abtlnloa. Counall
*outh (tarn raflon of "nUr
*lth tha halp f 0-4 ( hi u-it oaj tha i'tf da? oT
Laoaabar 1S8 In *laal 'lorlda, anu ijrt< to aupport and
to hall aholahaartodlY tfa noaly rorad "aad aakaahruth
Salabatla Organisation or Or**tar "laaU.
a effar our unconditional aupport to *or In eloaa
eooporatlaa artth tt.a *>tabll*b*d -a*d a-.2 ta carry out all
rollglou* and SalaaMo talks a*k*d froa u* ai *Ttr.odo
"oobla of our cnanatty.
It la uadaratooa that tha Siltad Balabatia faad a* at *h ruth
raoognl*** aa tha aola and oaly Kabblalo^>o4y tha nabblnlaal
Couacl 1 South aatora R*gloa lo Oraatar "Ha ad aa tba f*oblal*al
ra of tha 1*1 tad 'a*d.
"a aoan ra that aa In ratura ahall aolaly raec-nlao tha
0*1 tad laad *a***hj-uth of Salabatla aa tha aola rthodaji
*$*) y ta rapraaaatt th* of laahruta In our ooaaualtj.
groat th* oloutod *ro*ld*at "r. Philip -al*a for hit
alaaor* afforti aa* a* **nd our Dialling* fcr ooaploto
uaaaat la hit *nd***r.
N-1*

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AT BEAUTIFUL MOUNT
YOU MAY REST ASSUI
T beautiful Mount Nebo Cemetery we are pledged to the k:qh*.|
principles of cemetery practice. We are ever-mindful of the kindly and wj
erate service which should be rendered to the individual and the comoo
FREEDOM FROM CARE
Mount Nebo is pledged to develop and maintain beautiful men
areas; to protect such areas with independent and irrevocable permanent!
trust funds. At present, nearly $100,000 is set aside in trust with the
National Bank of Miami for this sacred purpose.
FREEDOM FROM WORRY
Your family burial estate at Mount Nebo Cemetery is one portal
your estate which is sacred for all times:
It cannot be taxed I
It is non-assessable!
It is lien proof!
It is judgment-proof!
It cannot be seised for debt!
PEACE OF MIA'R
A visit to beautiful Mount Nebo will give you an entirely new I
towards the obligation that faces every married man and woman ..
provision of a family burial estate before the need occurs. Mount Nebo s i
forward methods of operation make it easy to say "yes" to a decision youi
make sooner or later. For your own peace of mind, make that decision I
while your family is healthy and happy and the provision for payment (
made OUT OF INCOME!
3,i
JEWISH FAMILIES
Over 3.000 well-known and respected Jewish families have alW-M
selected their family memorial estates at Miami's Most Beautiiul ExcluMtyj
Jewish Cemetery. Shouldn't you visit Mount Nebo, too soon!
Miami's Mosl ItVauiifii. I\< lusivrlv .luu isli
5505 Northwest 3rd Street
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