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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THi WISH UNITY and THE JEWISH YmXLY
lain
30
Number 52
Miami. Florida, Friday, December 28, 1956
Price 20*
jami To Aim At $3 Million Fund
t
UJA Asks Added $1'/2 Million Here
With CJA Coal Set at $1,468,000
A request to raise $1,500,000 as its sh*r in Ik. ii.it.4 a.....-..;-__, ________
emergency rescue
Lipsky (leh), who celebrated his 80th- birthday Nov. 30,
..jins to Dr. R. A. Mackay, Canadian Ambassador to United
lions, Israeli position as he sees it. The two statesmen met
recent Weizmann dinner in New York, honoring Israel's
I President. _____
[Nasser Agrees to Peace Talk
fithout Any 'Formal Terms'
| As Israel Question is Barred
t WASHINGTON There is new no doubt that Egypt
.tsident Nasser will dictate the term* of continued U.S.-Arab
clarions. Nasser Wednesday told U.S. diplomats that thi* is not tha
par time for any Israel-Arab settlement.
The announcement came even at the Egypt President acceded
|to enter into negotiations with the West for a Suei Canal settle-
ent. But Nasser made it very '
fTMOOO0^'" $1'50?? i" Sh"re ln the United Jewish A"' *****
of $100,000,000 was made here Sunday of Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
last wikenVt- .ddTT. .0m Sh,em Sun.,0P' "tion' "P"Sn director of UJA, who flew to Miami
me.t7n9h.rl eommunrty ldrs and F.d.ration budget committee members at a special
PJ.^Slfo5r^rVun ,he emer9ency *" will be in addition to the 1957 Combined Jewish
or *i .468,000. The two funds together total an unprecedented near $3,000,000, a figure
previous goal estimates for this area.
Nehru Sees Dim Chance
For Middle East Peace;
Sits on Fence Over Suez
WASHINGTON (JTA) Prime Minister Nehru of India, who told
a press conference here late last week that India has "no particular
magic plan" for a Middle East solution, met Israel's Ambassador Abba
. S. Eban at a reception here and discussed the situation with him. The
rael's Kneseth and former co-chair-' Indian leader also saw the Syrian envoy, Farid Beineddine, who said
man of the Jewish Agency in Israel.. they discussed Middle East matters.
reaffirmed Israel's determination Earlier, meeting the American press, Mr. Nehru, in explaining
to keep her doors open to escapees' why India refuses to normalize diplomatic relations with Israel, said
from all lands. Israel is doing this .that "we sympathize with many*---------------------------------------------
in spite of the back-breaking strug-'of the claims of the Arabs, their |by Indja ot norma\ diplomatic re-
gie to preserve her security and territory, in regard to refugees, iatjons wjth Israel would contribute
_____.i___i_________.. k. ciM and in reeard tO Other matters." inn^nlc tho ctatuc nf India ae an
Miami's proposed
Appeal goal
higher than
Recommendation for the unpre-
cedented campaign is being pre-
sented for ratification to Federa-
, lion's board of governors this week.
In a messag" to community lead-
i ers Sunday, Suntop pointed out
'that "1957 may be a repetition of
!the year 1946. when through the
generosity of American Jewry.
! hundreds of thousands of Jews
i were saved, who otherwise would
have perished. Today, again, the
I problem is as clear-cut as this. If
| we provide the necessary funds,
lives will be saved. If not, lives
will be lost."
Beryl Locker, member of Is-
strengthen her economy, he said. ;and in regard to other matters.
John Serbin, CJA campaign Mr. Nehru spoke in response to
chairman, stated that the accept- a question by a Jewish Telegraphic
ance of the regular CJA goal and Agency correspondent who asked
Continued on Papa 7 A
towards the status of India as an
objective force working towards
Middle Eastern peace."
The Prime Minister said that
7hrbelievedr"ihe"'establishment whi'e India recognized Israel's
existence, it did not exchange dip-
ir that the Suez settlement
old only be a temporary
png and on his terms.
"Some kind of peace without
irmal settlement" of the entire
lear East crisis is as far as Nas-
Ir intends going at this time.
"here is no indication here that
U.S. diplomats balked at
lasser's terms.
I A$ a matter of fact, the Egypt
Continued on Page 7 A
f/V for Gaza Strip
Vetoed in Israel
IffltUSALEM (JTA) High
Overnment circles unofficially
pdicated Wednesday that they
PPosed the idea of a United Na-
ps administration for the Gaza
P"'P, as ha> been proposed re-
Nly. They stressed that, while
idea of a UN regime in the
Continued on Page 2A
PINEAU AFFIRMS REPORT TO NATIONAl ASSEMBLY
French to Aid in Elath-Haifa Pipeline
.___i:__ !, fnrmnl ninolino nrnlPCt ilTI
PARIS (JTAVIsrael will build
an oil pipeline from the mouth
of the Gulf of Akaba in the vi-
cinity of the port of Elath to
Haifa, on the Mediterranean Sea.
Foreign Minister Christian Pineau
told the French National Assem-
bly here this week. Asked wheth-
er this construction work would
be done with French support and
assistance, M. Pineau nodded af-
firmatively.
The announcement that the OX-
ten-projected Akaba-Mcditcrran-
ean pipeline across Israel is be-
coming a fact was admitted to
the Assembly reluctantly when
M. Pineau was prodded by the op-
position, led by former Prime
Minister Pierre Mendes-France.
The latter insisted that construc-
tion of a Red Sea-Mediterranean
pipeline should have been started
last summer. Such construction.
declared M. Ifandes-France, had
it been started in July, would
have been a better answer to
Egypt's President Gamal Abdel
Nasser's seizure of the Suez Canal
than military action.
The Foreign Minister, replying
to M Mendes-France, stated that
Egyptian control of the Gulf of
Akaba and it- approaches, as
of July, wmild have made the
trans-Israel pipeline project im-
possible.
Still strongly
lomatic missions with Israel be-
cause "we felt that we would be
able to help in this matter more
by not going a step further and
exchanging diplomatic missions."
Explaining this attitude, Mr.
Nehru said "you know that our re-
lations and contacts wi'h the Arab
nations are very considerable, and
in this matter there is considerable
I passion, and we thou?M that was
government's actions in the Mid- tne Dottor course. Of course, we
die East. M. Mendes-France re- sympathize with many of the
torted that there were better ways claims of the Arabs, their territory,
to solve the Middle East crisis in regard to refugees, and in re-
than those taken by the govern-1 gard to other matters."
ment. The opposition leader said I He said that "we felt that the
that an Arab-Israel settlement only way to settle this matter is for
Continued on Page 5 A
critical of the
Continued on Pag. 5 A
LYDDA AIRPORT. Israel (JTA)
hiuVenty nme men- wmen and
midren the first large group
' "iles from Egypt to reach Is-
fcfv ~\arnvod here this week: by
Ty > Athens. Many of them
Pre moved to tears as they alit
Je El Al airliner onto an
r|W basking in a brilliant
r"""? sun As they assembled
Israel soil, they broke into
the Israel national anthem. Hatik-
vah. but chanting the old words
used before the establishment or
the State.
The arrivals were welcomed ai
the airport by Israel Government
officials who told them that "here
is a place in which the Jews can
live without fear." A huge crowd
of Israelis were present at the
airport to welcome the newcom
/Britain Rules Out Big Four Parley Now
,., c..rr#t.rv Selwvn Lloyd rejected proposals this week that he approach
LONDON (JTA) Foreign^Secret.r^..J^, genera. settlement of Middle East prob-
Zrr^tlll oTthe'S Natlom charter. The proposals w.....d. in ,h. House of Commons
by Konnl Zilliacus, a f-bori'e- wa, ,|ready on the General Assembly's agenda and he said
id the M.ddl. East qu.st^n was a I e. y fm. *? on the basis of just.ee.
a^Njmmber^njseejcmg_a----------------^ ^ ^ q{ ^ ^ way(. tQ g a settlement was to try and pre-
serve peace between the compet-
ing parties. He warned that the
worst possible way was "to pro-
pound a sort of settlement to be
imposed on the parties. It is a mat-
they carried ,ter of negotiations." he declared.
^h^dluSge'containing per-1 The first thing, he sa.d. was to
Lloyd sai<
Britain would play its part as
oypt Refugees Get Warm Welcome
** ** ,_,.,. i. pre well dressed, they carnec
ers manv of them friends and rel-
atives ,(hers seeking information
about relatives remaining in
Tost of the group had left
Egypt during the first week of
December. They described here
how the Egyptian police had
knocked at their doors by nigh
ind had ordered them to get out
of Egypt. Although most of them
u".U '^r 'he'onlv bos-1 have peace on the frontiers, and
:;::slo^SESpUan'^eSiE the Government had sug,
them to take.
The first written evidence con-
firming the official nature of the
expulsion of the Jews from Egypt
was brought here by Joseph Avig-
Continued on Page 7A
increase in the UN element to do
that. The second thing, he said,
was to have an agreement on fron-
tiers. The third was the refugee
question. He stressed that "some
Continued on Page 7A




Page 2 A
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Obligation Ctremoties Held
By N. Shot* JWV Women
Ladies' Auxiliary North Shore
Post 677, Jewish War Veterans.
II lil its third- anniversary party
.V( dnesday at the home of Mrs.
Jack Lastlck, 1126 Biarritz dr.
Honoring new members, obliga-
tion ceremonies were conducted by
Mrs. Lester Soldz, State Depart-
ment president.
Mrv Evelyn LeVine. auxiliary
pn aMaat, was in charge of the pro-
gram.
"*" MANY mSS1 L
MOITGACES n... '"I
" Phone FR t.1444/^*
Greater Miami civic
at Sterling hotel this
oi a Greater Miami
University. Shown
Goldberg, Benjamin
Caplan, Benjamin
Charles Fruchtman,
an4 religious leaders met
week to plan organization
unit in support ot Yeshiva
(left to right) are Isidore
Rudnick, Rabbi Jonah E.
Rimer, Leo Robinson,
Maurice Goldring, Sam-
uel Reinhard, Ehiel Lesowoder, Sol Goldman,
Judge Arthur Caplan and Morris Dubler. The
group plans a year-round organization to sup-
port nation's oldest Jewish university. Yeshiva
offices have been opened at the 940 Lincoln
Road bldg.
Israel Vetoes UN-Gaza Administration
Continued from Pag* 1A
area might seem attractive at
first sight, it could actually load
to a border situation much worse
than the condition prior to I--
iael's Sinai action.
Egypt, they pointed out. would
be able to use the 200 square
mile area as a base for fedayeen
activities against Israel -luclded
In the t nitcd Nations against Is
rael reaction The limited forces
the UN would be able to deploy
in the Gaza area would not be
Mothers Club Salutes Chanuka
Mothers club of Delphi I'hi Kp-
>ilon sorority's Kappa chapter at
the University of Florida gave
elated Chanuka part) lor their
Mrs Sam HaluUen and Mn
rris H. Miller, co-chaired the
lir, "a ma lining -kit on
the trials and tribulation- of the
group1! Inst \e.ir In existence "
The noon function w.i- this week
at the Roney Plaza.
Ilesides honoring daughters, new-
officers of the Mothers club were
installed.
sufficient to prevent the fedayeen
operations, and Israel would nat-
urally be reluctant to hit back at
territory held by the United Na-
tions.
A United Nations regime for
the (..I/a area could not be a rea-
sonable solution unless there
were an lsrael-Kgyptian peace, it
\\j- pointul out here. To set up
such a regime under present con-
dition- would be to establish rule
by Co] Nasser oi Egypt under
the protect mn of the United Na-
tions.
Subscription Rates Up After Jan. 1
The Jewish Floridiin will rait* itt sub*cription rates effective
January 1, 19S7. The rite it necessitated by increased costs of labor,
newsprint, wire services and staff. Cost after Jan. 1 will bo $5.00 for
ono year, $8.00 for two years, and $10.00 for thro* yoars. Regular
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December 28. 1956
+J**lsi)fk>rMtori
Special Holiday Deadline
Photograph, in Th. Jewish Floridi.n of j. U rP "!! "nd
or Newsroom dssk, not l.t.r th.n l^?J "
Page 3 A
4yriam Dahan, 25. one of the
Survivors of the ill-fated An-
f&ea Doria, again reads the
Exciting story of her dramatic
cue in the New York shel-
B of United Hias Service.
-worldwide Jewish migration
agency, whre she was taken
when she finally arrived in
|tbe United States. Happy to
hove survived, she relives
Each dramatic moment of her
rescue, making her migra-
jtjjn to freedom here a "dou-
INa.iescue." __________
loadcn Elects
reedmcn Head
! Dsviri Freedman has been elect-
pre>ident ol Moadon, Hebrew-
jeaking group horc.
[Other oMict* elected at a recent
Leetini: in Temple Emanu-El in-
|ude Saul Porush, corresponding
ttary: Rabbi Morris Horowitz,
.surer: Mrs Philip Kaplan, puh-
Irity chairman: Mrs. David Freed-
and Mrs R. Lipson, new*.
[On a singing committee are Mrs.
larry Perach, Mrs Seymour Lieb-
uod and Victor Israel.
Executive committee includes
rilliam Agranoff, Irving Bergen-
Bit, Samuel V'ogelman, Harry Per-
il, Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Suke-
t, Irving Shalom, Mrs. R. Kras-
Ov and Dr. Joseph S. Zucker-
Demonstrations For Teachers
Annual demonstration classes for! El. Another mmIah i T.
Hebrew teachers of Jew.sh schools 3] atteth rS? r "
of Greater Miami was held lion- ^tH^S* S25T5
day afternoon at Temple Emanu-
Local Art Patron
Lends Paintings
To UM Exhibition
ion.
-re con-
corner! with teaching of Humash.
Mrs. Miriam Pell Solkoff demon-
strated the teaching of the Kaplan
Sedra serin at Temple Emanu-El.
Louis Gadon will demonitrate
:'-n- of Huma-h from the book
of Exodus, at Beth David.
Demonstration classes are part
A special exhihition of 11 pain'- of the in-training service of the
ings by the noted Russian artist Bureau of Jewish Education, under
Jawlensky has been scheduled for 'he direction of Louis Schwartz-
January at the Joe and Emily Lowe!man. executive director.
Art Gallery, University of Miami,
director C. Clay Aldridge an-
nounced this week.
On loan from the S. J. Levin col-
lection, the Jawlcnskys will be on
exhibition Jan. II to 31. with the
preview scheduled on the 10th. | For the second year in a row
Simultaneously on view will he. Hal March, of "SS-i.OOO Question"
portraits by outstanding contem- fame, will he toastmaster at the
Hal March to MC
Police, Fire Show
ll-9tar show Of the Miami Beach
Police and Firemen's Benevolent
poraries from the Museum of Mod
em Art, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Levin, of North I Assn.
Bay Village purchased one of their j The cighth annua, shf)W wi|] be
11 Jawlenskys in Munich. The re- heId at th(1 Miami Beacn Konnp|
mainder are from Mine. Jawlen- c,un anf) ls scncduled to gel un()er.
sky's collection. way Feb 17
Art patron Levin, in addition to According to an announcement
numerous gifts, has in the past by George Grccn chairman of the
lent many paintings from his out- sh()W March wi f|y Mjami
standing collection to the UM gal- Beach from New York especially
I lery. I to do the show.
ffkaiies /ecf Officers
Douglas Schwartz has been elect-
I president of Hurricanes A.Z.A.
[Other officers are: vice presi-
N. Richard (/miner; treasurer,
Im Edwards; secretary, Irwin
fiegal: pledge master. Bob Levitt
Bd Richard Beiley; editor, Donald
Ikrman: sergeant-at-anas, Charles
penberg and Larry Gold; chap-
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morial Hospital. Left to right are Dr. Julius Pearson, Mrs. Lew*
Palay and Dr. Alper. _____________________________
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Tho alfair will honor national
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Volume 30 Number 52
Fridav. December 28. 1956
Teveth 24, 5717
'International Squeeze' is on Again
The "international squeeze." which was the
basis for Egypt President Nasser'B foreign pol-
icy before the Sinai campaign, has now came
to the fore again. The crushing of Egyptian
forces by Britain. France and Israel leaves Nas-
ser stronger today than he has ever been in
the past.
The reason for this is America's answer to
the joint Anglo-French-Israel move against
Nasser. Finally recognizing that its Near Easi-
er! policies have been a bust, the State Depart-
ment is seeking to correct them but with
mOre of the same.
Proof of the bust was the Soviet Union's
unquestioned penetration of the area. Capital-
izing on jit. Nasser pitted East against West for
relentioifof his exclusive favor. This disastrous
advantage was the chief target of the Anglo-
French Israel campaian, with the tumblinq of
Nasser as a political entity also a principal
aim.
State Department policy determined to
save Nasser. President Eisenhower's position
was admirable. Essentially, it was desianed
to strengthen U.S. prestige in the Afro-Asian bloc
by showing our ability to be impartial even
if it meant condemning our friends.. No one
can guestion the purpose behind the President's
plan; but the results certainlv are questionable.
Nasser, back in the saddle aaain. is riding
the "international saueeze" harder than before.
Fearful of further Soviet advances in the Near
East, the State Department is preparing a pro-
cram that vill bring Eavpt's military potential
back to Dr-Sinai davs. This means a new sal
of arms to Egypt, vying both in size and tactical
He Clarifies the Situation
Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion last
week categorically told the world that his
government does not intend givinq up the
Gaza Strip. This statement finally clarifies what
had come to be a muddled situation.
Israel's accession to withdrawing from
Sinai did not include similar plans for Gaza,
and it is this that Ben Gurion wanted the
world's leaders to understand.
In the face of American insistence on the
return to things as they were, no one seems to
care about the enormous disadvantage suffered
by Israel when Eaypt had everything her way.
In effect, what Ben Gurion is saying,
amounts to this: "You may want Egypt to have
everything her way again. But one thina she
' not have, and that is our destruction."
The big powers are apparenly uncon-
cerned about the consequences of what all in-
dications show is another Egyptian arms build-
up. Israel, obviously, can not be so uncon-
cerned. Ben Gurion views retention of the Gaza
Strip as essential to his nation's defense.
significance with potential sales from the Soviet
Union arms that may at some future date
be used against Israel.
Apparently, the State Department has still
not learned that Nasser won't let himself be
bought on any terms but his own. All of which
forces another consideration: Both Mr. Eisen-
hower and the Secretary of State have been
more than insistent on the UN's handling the
Near East crisis. From the very beginning, we
have not swerved from our intention to act in
accord with the decisions of the UN decisions
which we are actually formulating.
This sleightof-hand diplomacy has clearly
worked to Nasser's advantage just aa Wash-
ington planned and hoped it would. Nasser's
cooperation with the UN these days is a return
deception in kind; it is really behind the-scenes
cooperation with our State Department for his
own best interests. Nasser will show a willing-
ness to work with the United Nations so long as
it suits him.
The Contribution of Youth
While juvenile problems increasingly con-
cern parents and communities across the na-
tion. Greater Miami this week could look with
pride at its youth and their earnest desire to
engage in constructive planning and sound
activity.
Youth clubs of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center met last week at the Beach
branch to discuss the relationship between their
membership and the community at large. "How
Can We Help Each Other?" wan a major theme
of the third annual such meeting under GMJCC
sponsorship.
Not to be outdone, eiaht youth groups of
synagogues here gathered at Temple Israel
Saturday morning. Under the sponsorship of
the Union of American Hebrew Congregations,
this gathering dealt with the issue of "Juda-
ism What's in it for Me?"
And, on Dec. 2G, boys and girls of B'nai
B'rith youth oraanizations in Greater Miami
opened a conclave at Camp Owaissa Bauer
to discuss "How May Jewish American Youth
Help Preserve Democracy?"
We do not believe much comment is need-
ed in this reaard. These are but several ex-
amples pointing to the wholesome way in
which Jewish youth of our community deport
themselves. They are not alone interested in
being guided; as the subjects of their discus-
sions indicate, they also want to guide.
Ther can be ro healthier provinq ground
for our American Jewish leadership of tomor-
row. The nrea takes pride in the activities of
these youths, as well as in their contribution
to the building of a better Miami for citizens
of all ages.
They Will Do Their Part
Community Chest here is preparinq to kick
off its drive for 1957 on Jan. 7. The whirlwind
two-week campaign will seek to gather SI,529,-
000 for the many local aaencies whose pro-
grams Red Feather supports.
While previous Red Feather drives have
been drawn out over a four-week period, the
1957 effort is beina abbreviated to one-half of
that time. This makes immediate response
mandatory.
We feel certain Greater Miani J'wry will
come forward generoulv durinc the Commun-
Chest campaian. PMlnnthrony is a corner-
stone of their faith, and they will not shirk this
responsibility.
Heavily committed at this time 'o fulfillinq the
needs of their fellow-Jews locally, nationally
and overseas. Jewrv here will nonetheless re-
call an ancient precept of their faith, which
wisely urges men not to withdraw horn the
community.
Red Feather today is an example of this
precept of communal action in behalf of
one's brother, of the joint voice of a city's
conscience.
during the week
an i see U .
by LEO MINDLIN
Pel campaign ndLJew,s|> Ap.
thinking a,K a,J*E*I
f
Miami's
> to bj-
fltllNG FOR FREEDOM
^ve thus far "^ <5 J
thehrno" '"' "^ SSI
u M bcine; pushed around today ns they hsven'Tr>nPn,ral is ,ha< Jw H
Speaking of Hitler, that is about as good a pS,",'"" ** Wtler ej
President Fisenhower last week called for M any
mourning in honor of Hungary's heroes A centra r? ?ecial dy of
was to include black armbands Even if one rcl,,.' 1 J 'n of <"e d
they show less than 100.000 persons uprooted U, ,c'al **'*
campaign. Dead and wounded represent a fraction of tT"1 w*
... l6 Hot ?*!" SUch mournin8 f0- six million .low's ^l!"!-"!
the Nazi beast. As a matter of fact, the annals [ ur ^ kj
meat betray a considerable amount of behind-thr J. De'*t-
tween 1932 and 1939 to hide the true nature ,,[ Lr L1*" *
the American public. Many of us have even more hiitrr w '"
these all stemming from the cold and inhuman resLT'*,hai1
nation to the tragic victims of Nazism. ^ori!* n( *
We were supposed to have worn black armband, last ., ^
a whole new generation grows today that knows nothing of th **
armbands worn by the six million hardly less than a down
Now. there is nothing unusual in the continuing plight of JewrfkS'
by this time forces us to maintain our sense of balance in ?k ,
of inequitable treatment. But that does not mean we tLu S
others, forget. e snould' *
a mnusoiu nant ichoms rn facts
lulUCH INDEID is forgotten. Vice President Nixon last week vis.
tww Austria in an excellent international move more closely to i*
tify our government in the minds of world opinion with the Dirt
of Hungary's persecutees. The visit, on a real level, Rave substan!i
the theoretical American position taken at the United Nations duriaf
these past weeks. ^
But the Vice President did more than visit Austria today the
principal goal for Hungary's freedom-seeking refugees. He il>o hid
private conversation with Austria chancellor Julius Raab, who dil
Miami the dubious honor of spending some time here several yean
ago.
Undoubtedly, the picture most Americans conjure up in their
minds in this regard is one featuring the heads of two states as they
engaged in friendly tete-a-tete about those nasty Russians But (or
some Americans for those poised on the eve of a Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign Raab should mean something else again. Baas
should be remembered as the Nazi who, with obvious glee, hands]
Austria over to Adolf Hitler on the day of Anschluss the Nan
who applauded the arrival of the Stahlhelm and stood silently by la-
watch Germany's racist Isws take effect in his country.
It these tidbits of history are forgotten, if Raab's part in us.
murder of Austria's resistance leaders is dim, then it would beam
some Americans to remember his more recent anti-Jewish rolci
Item: Austria Chancellor Julius Raab has been a principal opootett
of restitution to Austrian Jewish victims of Nazism. Item: Astra
Chancellor Julius Raab has been a principal proponent in the battlt
to reinstate former Nazis and to compensate them for the lotas"
they suffered as a result of Allied military action.
a
raw MAmrs rm sum... mn
1ST OUR sense of values becomes totally distorted, and lest we 1
accused of living in the past, it might be a good idea to re1]
examine the present. Those remarks about the heroic Hungarians neef
some additional comment.
Any people rising up against tyranny are to bo admired even if
as is the case with the Hungarians they have been tynae
themselves in the past and are undoubtedly doing battle today to
return to that prior position of favor. But the Hungarian people ire
of particular significance. Their resistance is against the single
enemy of the Western world.
In this sense, our equally heroic support of the Hungarian rain*.
is the best possible instrumentality for launching what has perhaps
become the first successful propagandistic offensive against the
Soviet Union. But the Jews of Egypt are living through a totally
different experience. Individual Hungarians arc objects of glory u
the international battle against communism.
Individual Jews are the subject of an international con>pirarr
Of silence in the battle for dictator Nasser's favor.
Every possible mass communications medium has reported eves,
the most minutely gorey detail concerning the Hungarian rM0'1''""'
Similar details of kidnapping, imprisonment, the stealing of property
and plundering of Jewish homes in Egypt these are reporte*
nowhere
While the President, himself, called for a special day of mous-
ing in honor of Hungary's heroes, it was left to press secretary J
Hagerty and Presidential assistant Sherman Adams two men snow
reasons for being earn them my deepest sontempt to reply
a letter addressed to Mr. Eisenhower last week by the heaos
seventeen major American Jewish organizations protertlal tne w
secution of Egyptian Jewry.
fHtilCIAH MAI THYSllf
TJL/E HAVE only to deduce that there is MMnething clian" about* 1
** tragedy in Hungary and something "untouchable" mhexn
the tragedy of Egyptian Jewry. The mistake would be to ^'SrJM
conspiratorial mIiiho with a cynical object lesson "tMP
for her recent Sinai campaign. ^!
Such reasoning, prevalent among Americans in w ,D"ts J
at the United Nations and a sign of th. 2 Jet
advances ih. UutdiOWi belief Out there il B ""jewryl
BO far as nationality is conccrneii Pet the pligh' l3n
a thing vastly different from Israel's Oct. 29 action
What continued silence does is to encouru^' J51
further m his outr;,. ..-itly supports the i
his anti-Jewish campaign, which ties precisel) in thi rn
n-'ist take raMoaorea against ins Jewish nedenaU i-::'''
One can go on and on; there would be little point The mi
of today are the injustices of ve *i JT Compensate for polnfu jn tlme But, especially on this eve ^ ^i
l.inc.l Jewish Appeal campaign here in Miami, they <"'- fflJ
rememlxT..!. for the cynical approach to problems ol ,M ust losfcj
I sufficient to cover this fact that the Jew .^^
to his own fences. In matters of international "justice, he
forever ignored.


rw-mber 28, 1956_
JSZbtlkrtltor,
Military Gov. Says Arab
Failure Explodes Unity
rrpater Miamis campaign to sell
lSSSo in sen-- ol brad Bonds
K rtu $900,000 mark at las!
K ln,u,H.vw,d, -Salute to
JEel'" More than 3.200 persons at-1
Kh the rally at the Miami
Kaudaora,,,,. for a function
Eh resulted in sale of more than
siooooo in Israel Bonds.
ThaTman Jacob Sher said Wed-,
fcJday some 300 volunteer work-,
Cfor the Greater Miami commit- j
K have begun an intensive collec-.
Eon campaign in an attempt to |
Teh the goal before Jan. 1. The
-M07OOO already deposited to the
k,te of Is1 represents. an in
frfase of 46 per cent over 1955,
(which in turn was 16 per cent bet-
ter than 1954. -
I Col. Vivian (,'haim Herzog. mili-
Lrv governor of Jerusalem, was
Lncipal speaker at the rally. He
Eoaunanded all Israeli defensive
lorces when Gen. Moshe Dayan led
the assault against Egyptian com-
Ifiando bases in the Sinai Peninsula
land the Gaza Strip Oct. 29.
Pfailure ,,f Jordan or the other
Lnb states to attack us exploded
Ithe myth of Arab unity." Col. Her
liog said. He praised the Israeli
populace for their orderly mobili-
zation, carried out on a Saturday
for maximum surprise against the
Egyptians.
Rabbi Irving Lchrman, spiritual
loader of Temple EmanuKI. led
the response to Col, Heraog. "Is-
rael will measure our answer to
Col. Herzog and Premier David
Ben-Gurion on his 70th birthday,
not by our applause but by our
purchases of Israel Bonds," Rabbi
Lehrrnan said.
A feature of the program was
the presentation of a special plaque
to the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn. "in recognition of J,heir out-
standing efforts for Israel Bonds
this year." Rabbi Leon Kronish.
president, and Rabbi Yaakov G.
Rosenberg, chairman of the High
Holy Days campaign, accepted in
behalf of the association.
Mrs. Louis Glasser served as
chairman of "Salute to Israel."
Other speakers were Sidney Glaz-
ier, city manager of the Israel
Bonds office, and Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, chairman of the wom-
en's division.
Sara Tal, Miss Israel ot 1956, told
the audience, largest to attend an
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg (left) and Rabbi Leon Kronish re-
ceive special plaque in behalf of Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn. from Jacob Sher (right) at last week's "Salute to Israel"
in Miami Beach auditorium. Rabbi Rosenberg was chairman
of 1956 High Holy Day appeals for State of Israel Bonds, and
Rabbi Kionish is president of Rabbinical Assn. Sher, chair-
man of Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds,
announced giant "Salute" raised $100,000 in bond sales, bring-
ing year's cash total to $907,000.
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-h .old include the establishment
of a neutral belt between Egypt
and Israel on the Sinai Penin-
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Israel Bonds rally since 1952. that
people no longer come to Israel to
tilt. Now, m no small measure due
to Uriel Bonds, they come to Israel
to live." She said her only disap-
pouuntent in her visit t the Unit-
ed States to date baa been the ap-
parent lark ol interest in brael by
American youthj she haa dated '
Metropolitan Opera tenor Jan
,,,'"('' Morria Carnovsky, Bo Is
jPritcher, SUn Porter. Joan Field
the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra,
the Miami Beach (ommun:tv Sing-
nd a caat of 125 pr
, program that didn't end until 12:35
a.m. Friday.
Many familiar faces were in the
Including former Mayor Har-
old Shapiro and Mrs. Shapiro, and
Mrs. Rocky Pomerance. The play,.
"Son of the Lion,'' was produced
and directed by Sim rfirsch.
Nehru Sees
Small Hope
For Peace
Continued from Pag* 1 A
those people to come together and
settle it then. Now. after recent
occurrences, it is infinitely more
difficult for the present, at least.
I'm not talking about the future."
In reply to a reporter's question
about how India might contribute
toward an Arab-Israel peace, Mr.
Nehru said this became "very much '
more difficult to answer after re-
cent occurrences, that is. after
the Israelite invasion of Egypt,
that I honestly do not know what
one can do at Ihe present." He ex
pressed hope that something mi-, hi
DC done in the future "but just at
the present moment, the i
hardly arises or can h con-
sidered in a normal u |j
Asked it he would agree to a
Sue/ settlement allowing ;
nue bani
>ir Nehru mid it was i one?
of interpretation of the 18
-i sh
imagine th al
d to inte (vet
inter: they give should
aece;
tar as the past is concei
is the future
can sit down and have
vention."
Mr. Nehru also made known in
the conference thai India had m [
pedal plan for cooperation with i
the United Stales in solving the
Arab-Israel issue. He said India j
functioned through the United Na
tions and other channels but had
no particular magic plan."
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Rescue Work by Overseas Radio
"This is Kol Tsion The
Voice of Bob in Jerusalem .
Sholem Alaychem And now
the afternoon newa ."
These words open Israel's news-
cast to the Western hemisphere
every day for the English lan-
guage series at 4:30 p.m. (Miami
time), and one man who listen- re-
ligiously is Fred Kandel. of 4506
N. Jefferson ave. Miami Beach
Kandel telephoned the Dews-
room of The Jewish Floridian last
week, with the Israel B
ing over his short wave receiver
in the background. Purpose of th<
call was a friendly wish to he of
assistance. When told that the np-
to the-minute news he heard at
that moment was somewhat be-
hind The Jewish Klondian's own
bulletins, Kandel remained un-
daunted.
The relating of an even more
interesting incident followed The
60 year-old retired electrical en-
gineer is an amateur radio oper-
ator. His riR. W4WMU, 1- at his
N. Jefferson ave. home. Several
aTeeka ago, whde moniton;
rael and waiting for the news
'cast, he hoard a desperate
call for assistance.
A patient lay critically ill in
Tel AviVi T< 1 Hash mer H 1
ed fi>r immediate
shipment ol "mj itatlln-tetrecy-
a dnia manufactured I \ .1
noted IS. pharmaceutii d firm.
del sent out a broa least call
t the New York area, picking up
'i K2LYN m Brooklyn sev-
eral moments later Relaying the
t Israeli short wave call,
Kandk 1 asked that it be transfer-
red to the 1 rael Consul 111
York City.
Within minutes, the drug was
on its way by motorcycle police
nt to an B Al transoceanic
clipper. It arrived in Tel Aviv the
next day in time to save the
patient's life. Interesting sidelight
1- that Station K2I.YN in Brook-
lyn is operated by "Ham" radio
( 'husiast Rabbi William Wer-
nick brother of Rabbi Henry
Wermck. of Miami Beach.
Several metropolitan New York
dallies are currently featuring
stories on Handel's part in this
dramatic rescue. For his own part,
K rndel remains quiet at work in
his "aback" really a beauti-
fully arranged bedroom in in.
home monitoring the world.
An electrical engineer by pro-
fession before retiring. Kandel
came to Miami Beach nine years
ago from Mid II.town. NY. He
is al-o a pioneer in the bottle gas
industry. His interest in radio
d.il one of the very early riits Five
years ago, li r some wav
I" t II his me, Kandel
rad.o now a V08b
mc complicated thing.
He studied bard, t"k the Fed-
eral Conun inicatiens 1 km
examii and today operates
the most powerful amateur radio
st tkw ih" FCC permits on the
ban.I.
FlfD KANDfL
t noniton tkt atrtf,
Fredlyn Rosenield. student at Noith Shore Jewish Center
religious school, presents American flag she won in essay
contest sponsored by Gilbert Balkin Lodge of B'nai E'rith to
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of conareqation. at
recent Chanuka assembly program. Fredlyn was only winner
from a religious school.
Newspapermen Urge President to
Bring Aid to Harried Jews of Egypt
Britain Denies Collusion With Israel
Monticello Names
Brown President
ORLEANS The execu- Charles hotel for three days, last
committee of the American week adopted an urgent plea to
Asm of English-Jewish Newspa-. President Eisenhower and the State
!'v- "he St Department, requesting action by
the IS government to protect the
Jews of Egypt against the policy
Inaugurated hy th<> Naanr regime,
aiming at expropriating their poe*
-10ns and at their expulsion
Harold Brown is newly elected 'rnrn their homes
president of Congregation Monti Tnp association's executive corn-
cello Park Jmittee also pleaded with the Presi-
Other officers named at a recent dent and the State Department to
election meeting include Victor act. through the use of its own in-
Vichness. first vice president; Sid fluence as well as through the
ney Knapp. second vice president; United Nations, for speedy peace
Morris Wiener, third vice presi-, efforts, to effect direct Arab Israel
dent. negotiations in the Middle East.
Morris Datlof. treasurer; Sey-I sim',ar appeals were sent in be-
mour Brockmver, financial secre-' tne American Assn of Eng-
tary; Bea Kan?., recording secre- lish J^'sh Newspapers by its pres-
tary; Freda Levine. corresponding l<,en, Abr,h'm Slabot, to the Unit-
** *d Nations and to the American
secretary
Trustees are Nathan Glazier,
Milton Hornstein. Alfred Karg,
Ben Karp. Nathan Ostrov, Eman-
delegate at the United Nations.
The publishers and editors, while
in session her*, scheduled its an-
nual convention in New York in
LONDON iJTA) British For-
eign i Selwyn Lloyd de-i
med categorically this wmk anv
"Colluaioa" between Britain and 1
Fr.uu e and Israel in the Sinai!
campaign. He spoke in a two-day
policy debate on the Middle East,
which culminated in a vote of
confidence to the Eden Govern-
ment.
Throughout the debate. Labor
MP's, led by Aneurin Bevan. at-
tacked the government on this
point, attempting to link events in
th<> weeks before the operation in
such a manner as to prove 'col-
lusion'' among the three coun-
tries.
The Foreign Secretary reviewed
the situation existing just prior
to the Israel] attack. He noted the
build-up of tension with Jordan.
He placed stress on the Israeli
Bean resulting from conclusion
of the Egyptian-Jordan-Syrian
military pact in October and the
mounting wave of Fedayeen at-
taeka He also underlined Israel's
continuous raising of the question
of the blockading of the Suez
Canal to Israel-bound shipping,
terming it an important ingre-
dient" of the dispute.
Mr. Lloyd dealt at some length
with Soviet influence in Egypt
and what it might have meant for
Israel and the West. He recalled
that Israel had captured a million
blankets and large quantities of
ammunition for types of weapons
which were not yet in Egypt, im-
plying that Soviet troops would
have been in Egypt in the near had been 1 000 Soviet ted*,
future. He said that the British in Egypt iing of
Government believed that there ment or training Egyptkej

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+Jm>lst)rkrldtorr
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/fetfer %ee5--7b /fo Own Terms
Continutd from Pare 1 A
President's move was in a sense
bolstered by the report that some
U.S. officials favor reopening
negotiation* for Egypt's Aswan
Dam project negotiations
which were closed last July,
when Secretary of State Dulles
suddenly withdrew American of-
fers of $55,000,000 in aid for de-
velopment of the project.
Nasser almost immediately
closed the Suez Canal and de-
clared the international water-
way to be "nationalized," advis-
'"9 the U.S. "to choke on your
fury."
Thus accomplished is a re-
turn to the Near Eastern status
quo of pre-Oct. 29 days. This
means unofficial Washington
sancf.on of Egyptian violation of
Israeli territory, as well as silent
objection but no interference in
Egypt's blockade of the Suez
Canal against Israeli shipping.
The reported Aswan Dam aid
offer suggests blessings to Nas-
ser for his willingness to return
to these conditions without ask-
ing even more of a prize.
nding community leaders who attended Sam Blank
party honoring Elkan Meyer. Baltimore industrialist,
-Jk at Blank Belle Isle home are Councilman Marcie
Cm Dan Ruskin, inaugural dinner chairman Sam Fried-
U' Feredation president Howard Kane. Group met to
Lanced plans lor CJA inaugural dinner here.
Egypt Refugees Get Warm Welcome
Continued from Page t A
flor, "Hi' succeeded in in
the Egyptian customs the order
served mi inm [or his expulsion.
The document i-. signed bj Man-
mood Ibr.ihum, director of the
it Department.
dered Avigdor to lei
within seven d
Many of the arrivals carried
French, Italian, Turkish and
Cireek passports. The IO^yptian
nationals, who were denied pass-
ports by the Egyptian authoi
carried laissei | locuments.
In all ( es, the papers of the
I es had heen stamped hj the
Man police, "left for good."
Some id '.in new arrivals will
join relatives here but the ma-
jority will go to the Jewish Agen-
cy's immigrant villages near the
id towns.
iAskedtoAim
lillion Fund;
fcrCJA
tinued from Page 1A
: ii.d request
... fur C
j the project Tall $2,-
feoal which had been dif-
leveral priof to
lical tun
JAgoal 0(K) repre-
a I most $120.-
rla-t yeai paign goal,
icludes thi im of S25.0OO
__of entering
Lai area from Hungary and
pressed ci"u.ti'K'.v In addi-
i provides for minimal in-
in the operation of the
d national beneficiary agen-
I Federation.
lain Rules Out
Four Parley;
its Jordan Bill
irtinoed from Page 1A
s ha* got In be found for the
fcwnt of th" refugees." The
Ithine, he declared, was the
Jaroblem i arly defined
p policy have been put for-
Mam and aeain, the Foreign
kry declared, hut the diffi
fas to get the parties to agree
km.
"ugh the Kingdom of Jor-
n. in effect, terminated its
with Brita.n. the British
nt is continuing to make
Btial payments for the up-
p the Jordan defense forces
other Jordan "defeaue
' the House of Lords was in
I this week.
*nts for upkeep of the
armed forces are on a
rfo-raonth basis, the House
prmed and have reached the
p 9,108,000 pounds for the
'year. In addition, the Brit-
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overnment a subsidy of
Pounds this year for other
I needs.
Reading, the Government
^n in the House of Lords
* at the Jordan Govern-
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Liberty Must be the Common Goal
The following is another fa a series of article? prepared h\ ipmtuul
leaders here for The Jewish Florid:..,. | mirr" m cooper-
ation with the Greater Miami .' ', Abraham
Helton, of Tifereth Israel Mord ., otditUUl of this
Assn. program.
by RABBI SAMUEL t.ERER
Temple Beth Sholem
Hollywood
In the Torah portion of this
week, we read the following: "I
have heard the groaning of the
children of Israel, whom the
Egyptians keep in bondage; and
I have remembered My covenant.
Wherefore say unto the children
of Israel: I am the Lord, and I
will bring you out from under
the burdens of the Egyptians, and
I will deliver you from their
bondage, and I will redeem you
with an outstretched arm. and
with great judgments; and I will
take you to Me for a people, and
I will be to you a God; and ye
shall know that I am the Lord
your (Tod, who brought you -out
from under the burdens of the
Egyptians." (Exodus VI. 5-7).
ArHtoirgh this message pertains
to the liberation of our ancestors
from Egypt, which took place
thirty-one centuries ago, the
theme of liberty la urcat and
eternal. The rabbis understood
how vital this theme i- that they
inserted the mention of the de-
liverance from Egypt In the Kid-
diish the Banctification cere-
mony fur ever] Sabbath and noli-
Tin j \, mti ler-
nd that th< mi age of libert
CANDLEUGHT'.NG TIME
Teveth 24 5:21 p.m.
h mid ... il beartl of men in
iteration, and liberty
should be the goal of every in-
dividual. Everyone should seek
liberty in his own personal life
in order that he may not become
enslaved to bad habits, thoughts
or action Each man in his owfl
life must keep himself free or
liberate himself, so that he may
become a free man in the true
sense of the word free from
low impulses, free from super-
stitious beliefs, and free from
paganism in idolatry
The Torah text carries another
message of value lor human life.
It expresses God's knowledge in
the suffering of people and His
interest in their redemption
Every one of us. at times, suf-
fers depression, discouragement,
or spiritual slump. We look upon
the horisen of our lives and fail
to find the glimmer of a single
star of hope. At such a time, it is
for us to pay heed to the his-
torical message that invests in
us the confidence that God is our
Eather who constantly cares for
uv who are His children He
surely is COgnisnal Of us and ha-
an interest in our welfare. Once
we recognize this, we will have
courage, seal and determin.it.on
to grow spiritually and morally
its and to produce, to bring
less to oui-elves and to our
fellow-man,
pie who live in bondage or
lack tl spiritual liberty
alienable right of every human
being everywhere.
Civilization is still far ,
Tii ., 1*nny and "PPrcsMo,,
still ride high in a great part ,,,
our world. Hundreds of millions
of people are enslaved with bru
tality under the yoke of dark die
tatorial DOwete, deprived of a human rights and human liber
ties. Subjugation and exploitation
in many and various forms ttill
linger on even in our most demo
cratic countries. IhMp8tla.il still
grinds down people, the rich still
Friday,
&*e
Che*e eve. Liberal.
freedom is u,e
'"" M in ,
has ,0 be won
"Ram. and ever i
own
Rabbi Leon "i.i romm..
Kroniah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. i" **' Mitejff"'
TEMPLE SlNAlf,
S p.ir. S.-rm-.n Wh.ro 'Mr' *? &**&,
""re," I........ ou ^ I, '..... Mr. s
-llvMSHSMV SaVaMmt lo f.niur i
AhrHhnm W Binder, eminent i, ,,.i' ,,, ""in
mu.loolosrlaC Hanmlay H:lt.m i, '3I$, t. and Me
Mltavah. Stephen, mm of Mr. an.I Mm form.
Sol S. Pine
t
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701 TEM.E ZION.
NW 113rd tt. Conservative. Cantor Co"*^vetive.
Bon Grossber9.

KABBI SAMUtl IUU
. .. ajoeat for freedom
great possibilities to create and
to make a great contribution for
a better and more progressive
world-order. Each of us, as a
free man. is endowed with Di-
vine possibility to grow morally
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Krlilay l and 8:J0 p.m. leivlne deril
i.i. I t.. II..iiir,.,minx aludentH will
Include Joel, aoai of Mr. and Mra.
l/eonarrl Al.rains..n, Tempi.- Unlver-
Bt) ; Barbara, itaiifrhter of Mr. nn Mr. Hen Zlon Qlnabunt. Brandela
University: Nathaniel, aon of Mr and ------.....
Mr*. Alfred Stone. I'niveralty of Ml Ahr.K. u
ml; I'aula. .taught.-, <' Mr and Mr- I ADr,hlT> Herson.
Slants.
len.
'' Mere IVi.i k*
Mr. JeanlV"^

TIFERITH ISRAlt
Miami ave. r.
aml; l'aula. daiiR...
l-njamln Sut.ln. t'nlvecalty of Miami
Saturday t a.m. Sermon: "Weekh
a.,,1 sp.ritually. and each better|PortES* ^Skm^LTlm. SgfZ
individual contributes his import-i' Mr- "nd Mr" JuleH channin*
ant share to the sum-total of a
better and happier humanity.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
What a joy it must be for the in-' !* R*,orm- ***** Japh Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Friday HIS p.in. S.rmon: "What I
" P* -
* How,."
"f God.
dividual when he is conscious of
his Important function the woS^aiSS EepTS
lUr- Pnajref Hook/'
world order' What a call to cour
to find an ever-flowing
spring and moral momentum!
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
TORAH TEMPLE.
eve. American Ju
iiion Abraham Caual.

ZAMORA JEWISH i
Zamora ave. Conttri
The massage of Israels libera-1 -lhorel. Rabbi Morris Skop. B Leon ':'"*
ion proclaims to us that we are rVrf^Ar"Si. Bri.!.
not ships of chance upon the!
ocean Of life Ws ire the divine'
IU commi-ion.-d to navi-!
Bat* the ships of life to arrive
i .-|..i .i..... mi. i ._> (..in iiu- sniyis in me to arrive
or m. link faith in the harbor of humanity with''
hope and consequently are
i despair. Stich i* r>
IbUtS anything
! -he good of
men are i I with
exultatinn ;,m| great gladness.-]
'Ilii- pnclarnation has persistent-j
ly furnished u- with faith, cour-
DM unfailiri" hope that all
nn nril] reeogrire th.it
truth that liberty Is the m-
Coming Diplomatic
Pivotal, Israelis h
<^5abbc:th *^5crviccs in Ljrcater AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlvle
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
i
r
-
ANSHE EMM. 2343 Coral Way.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg. Cantor William W. Llpson.
< "'! Bat Uts< ..i. Ha
N'" htei uf Mr n ii.i
i n S iturdaj I .. in Bai "
* nd Mi il. m l
Kamen Nell -,. ..i Mr. and I

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
ky. Cantor Louis Gartenhaus.
lami
ft,T LAUDER:>ALE EMANU-EL. SW 12th ave. Orthodox. I abbi Si-
1801 S^ Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder- mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
dale. R.rorm. Rabbi M.riu. Ran- ,
on. .ion ti,, ,,k.v ,,f |.K,
o a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918- 6th! MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at
thodox. Rabbi Alexander and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Gross.
itv ;i a.m.
weeklj Porll

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
Queen preecher:
' ''['" "' i ohen, f..i mei -ihiIiumI
' "l" ',f '" ron at Hi Maul.
Minn Moiris Itai-hlln uill hairl .i-K
' Ml .....I Mi. Tli.-.,-
' \t.'h.-|
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
th at.. Homestead. Conservative.
BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd Morris Gerti officiates,
ave. Conservative. .
' HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
BETH ISRAEL. 4P00 Prairie ave. i '725 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con-
Rabbi H. Loois Rott-
Orthodox.
man.
1

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-'
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor I
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
rVMa I
*l Qi iph] ..ml 1.-..I .
nrd
re Lead. '. ii,|.

BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
Friday .". |. in. Saturday s:S.) 11 m
BernHin: "Th* Kaaenca .,r ii. m.
e e
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid eve.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
try.
CORAL WAY J*EWIS*H CENTEH.
Rabbi Wax Shapiro. Cantor Paul
eck.

PLAGLER- GRANADA. 50 NW
Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Helm.
KiI.Ihv S:lfl |..in Stiiiinlav R:S0 am.
Kermon: "The Dictators *s Human
Animals."
r' I > i r in s. revm; "The ,i
111 mi i .i. a
I | BBl II .l.i% | a ni

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
{'."' m i in..n 9 .
irda> t a in s. rnH.il
i.o Mi a< ..
i M M irtln

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
.....i ..f ii
iu '.iis.M ,. iha
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE UNA.
I,
isrvative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Vehudah Heilbraun.
v II.,,,,.,
M Her-
rVeeklj Portion
e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3191 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-'a^, TJ *-"" "nter
Ion Malavsky. Cantor Samuel TV?.5V* ",*? crvatlve. Res,
Salkow. Ibi Abraham Levitan.
I'll,lav |:tS and l;|| |,.m Kermor.
7ur?n'1ntf '"", Vl"'
Mltsvah Ui.Iihi.i, h,, of M, M
Harold nn... hik.iff.
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M Baum-
gard.
a
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
| JHJai .,,i,i .. pa ,,, s,.,,,,,,,,. ..tM
i oreu Haturdai a am ser
.ITA
Jerusalem
If all Israelis have one con-
summate wish today, it is that
the diplomatic fight, upon which
the State is now entering, can lie
as suices-ful as the one in the
field. For in the final run, it is
the diplomatic one what poll
tiii,ms and statesmen decide
around tables in secret confer-
ence rooms in the capitals and
embassies of the world, or in the
open forum of the United Nations
which will decide how much of
the fruits of victory Israel is al-
lowed to keep.* But it is to be
doubted that this fight will be as
brief as the military one. Months,
years may pass before the results
may be known or even the final
trend indicated. It will be a hard
lii'ht and will call for different!
weapons. It will tax the strength i
and understanding, and the finan-,
cial resources, of every' friend Is-
rael has abroad.
Thus, it may be confidently pre-}
dieted, that the "seven days |
which shook the world." will con
tinue fo shake it a bit longer. s
I'eihaps nut so violently, but un-
doubtedly there will be sudden
and tremendous bursts of energy,
either military or oratical. for an
undefined tune to come.
It the fitt.
stellnlion of events-1
tn the
Clearly discerniWe,-
.. :ci when
the "Czech" anr.> deaf <
sia This gaveRiK-iaal
the Middle East Ail
pole-vaulted
i.u'.ftanking We
to keep her out ol
East. The W.-i
could still come
Egypt's Nasser, lost all!
that country unilate
alized the Suez
ing the lifeline of Brl
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Page 9 A

mii BtMowirz
ABRAHAM PEPPER
, and Sam Phillips,
rtainment committee.
) with arrangements.
itfeMrs.A. S. Wcger
[Bappaport. president
1 lent of Beth El Sis-
wfsMwf
led North Dade Dis-
iontst Organization of
Ljd a joint North
meeting at the
Jewish Center
j according to Irwin
[president. Assisting
completing the ar-
KreDr. Simon I.ipton,
f Okolica. Rabbi Isaac
Shapiro, Stanley
|Lee I'nger.
Letters to the Editor
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
Seems like a few editorial words
in your valued journal might teach
our people a bit of respect for the
flag of Israel. There may have
been room for argument as to
whether all Jewish meetings should
display the Zionist flag once upon
a time, or even whether the flag of
Israel should grace all Jewish gath-
erings today.
Protocal, decency and a normal
respect for the flag of a nation de-
mands that when an official of any
nation is guest in a hotel the flag
of his country be displayed by the
hotel and on the platform of the
meeting he addresses.
I found that to be the case even
in cities where fewer yarmulkas
are in evidence than in Miami
Beach, and where kashruth is not
quite so pushed in an out of-season,
ibut the flag of Israel is respected
I by bein? displayed when an of-
ficial of the Israel Government is
a guest at a hotel.
To my knowledge, non-Jewish
j hotels went to the expense of pur-
chasing the flag of Israel to dis-
, play it when officials of Israel were
guests. May not Israel expect that
much from "strictly kosher" ho-
tels' May it not expect its flag to
greet Israel representatives at
meetings concerned with Israeli
matters? Incidentally, it is not
quite decent to have such meetings
or dinners without displaying the
Stars and Stripes, either.
OSCAR LEONARD
Miami Beach
Troup Plans Dec. 30 Show
Traveling Show
[pot on a first anniver-
i it the National Chil-
: Hospital on Dec. 30.
i December, 1955, by
the group has
I some 25 shows for or-
(ken, including Dade
?n's Home. Bay Oaks
! Aged, Variety Chil-
kul. Jewish Home for
[Florida Federation of
tokten Age Club of the
mi Jewish Community
|uny others.
persons, ranging in
[to 72. are members of
the troupe. Dancers, singers, in-
strumentalists and performers of
all kinds, they are currently plan-
ning a brotherhood play during Mi-
ami's participation in National
Brotherhood Week.
To be entiled "Mr. Moishe." the
production is being written by
troupe member Harvey Cogert.
(PAINTING
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Students View Ten
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Three thousand children of Jew-
ish schools of Greater Miami were
expected to attend a special Sun-
day showing of the "Ten Com-
mandments," the new Cecil B. Dc-
Mille production depicting the life
of Moses.
Many of the Jewish schools were
to suspend sessions to attend the
special performance sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
It seems to me as if many peo-
ple in the United States of America
doubt Israel's right to have enter-
ed the Gaza Strip, the Sinai Penin-
sula and Egypt, itself.
Before I try to answer this in
my own opinion, let us mull over
some of the facts.
Egypt has countless times shown
her position very clearly. She has
prohibited Israel from entering
the Suez Canal, and has based her
position on the point that she is at
war with Israel. And also again
and again, these fedayeen raiders
have entered Israel and shot down
our people in merciless ways.
So what can Israel do? Sit down
in an armchair and watch every-
thing pass along?
Israel went into Egyptian ter-
ritory, trying to show its stand,
that it can not bear all of these
outsiders who. in a very perfunc-
tory manner, tell Israel what to
do and where to go.
After all, Egypt is at war with
Israel, and Israel wants peace.
If thev pail events do not show
Israel's stand well enough, I don't
know what will.
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MILTON rKIMMflV
Frid
ay.
Plight of Egyptian Jews Doesn't Seem to Arouse Sympathy
Washington
WHY is the State Department
bowing so littio interest In
the plight of Egypt's 50.000 Jews"
U.S. officiant responded imme-
diately and generously to the
needs of Hungarian escapees of
all faiths. The same officials sin-
cerely wish to assist Egyptian
Jewry. But this desire la compli-
cated by a prime American diplo-
matic objective the wooing of
the Arab world. This has causi I
the State Department to do every-
thing possible since October to
avoid embarrassment of Egypt's
Nasser regime.
The United States was Knocked
by reports of persecution "i Egyp
ii.m Jews. It was Nazi Germany
all over again. Jews v. .ivl
from their homes. Property was
confiscated. Many were deported.
In a Cairo jail 150 Jewi were
held ,i- "dangerous." One of the
"dangerous" characters was only
nine years old.
Reports were published that
U.S. authorities were making ap-
proachei to Vissor on behalf of
his Jewish victims. But State De-
partment spokesman Lincoln
White took pains to publicly deny
this. According to White, the
United States did not register a
protest to Nasser.
Neither ships nor planes would
take Jewish refugee! without
vis.-is [nun EgjrpL Italian consular
authorities displayed humanitar-
ianism by granting a number oi
emergency visas to help Jews
escape. The United States, which
acted so rapidly to issue \i-i-
for Hungarian escapees, did noth-
ing.
One State Department official
said the Jewish problem in Egypt
was "exaggerated in his view it
would do Egyptian Jews "more
harm than good" if an interces-
sion were made with Nasser.
This, however, was not n new
State Department attitude. The
London Daily Herald reported in
1933 that plans were complete for
"an anti-Jewish pogrom in Get
many on a scale as terrible as anv
Instance of Jewish persecution in
2.000 years." The State Depart-
ment then said "this government
is disinclined to lend credence to
this report."
Secretary of State Cordell Hull
sent a message in 1333 on anti-
Semitism In Germany. He said
"I am of the opinion that outside
intercession has rarely produced
the results desired and has fre-
quently aggravated the situation."
George A. Gordon, then U.S.
charge d'affaires in Berlin, an-
swered Hull. Gordon agreed that
official U.S. intervention on be-
half of persecuted Jews was un-
desirable The IS. diplomat add-
ed that "as indicated in my Tele-
JONATHAN SKIKIJHI
The Refugee's Plight in the Gaza Strip
A solution to a considerable
part of the Arab i.
problem is in the offlns, \ !
i nee part of the problem is
-' Ived, every hope exists that it
snowball into an overall so-
lution.
Although Israel has not yet rob-
ed I detailed blueprint for
ending the refugee mess she at
leaal at present has the
materials to work with: a minor-
ity of the Arab refugees are now
iiiuler her control. She can. there-
fore, approach the problem which
the Arab rtatei pasgosely I
her from doing since 1948 when
the Arabs fled Israel following
s trom the Arab leaders.
When the Gaza strip fell to
Israel, it contained approximate
ly 300.000 Arabs. Of these. 200.-
ooo were refugees These are the
c lay" which must be molded into
a constructive future.
If. however, the foreign prcs-
sure now being exerted upon Is-
rael forces her to cede the GaSS
Strip, the refugee problem m.iv
become an endless plague. The
eei will become rotting
memorial to Arab Intransigence.
For their future is human decay
in camps
Yet, there | I-raelis
v bo prefer giving in to f
pressure to relinquish the Strip
rather than become involved in a
project which promises to l> both
lengthy and costly. The-", how-
ever, are in the minority. They
fear that once Israel absorbs the
Strip, she will be faced with feed-
ing 200.000 voracious mouths
This bl not s For the UNRWA,
which has cared for them until
DOW, will continue to do
What is the situation in the
Gaza Strip?
One thing must he clearly un-
derstood It is that the refugees
and the permanent residents hate
each other bitterly. For the resi-
dents did little to ease the plight
of the refugees daring eight long
years when the latter were kept
alive on rations doled out by the
1 NRWA The residents tided with
the Egyptians jn attemptm to
keep the refugees in a state of
perpetual starvation, unemployed,
living on false hopes of a return
to Israel, until they became a
bunch of disgruntled, frustrated
individuals, nurtured on a patch-
work of tattered"beliefs Their
nerves were keyed to the jangling
point They eargerly joined the
ranks of the Fedayeen, Egypt's
terrorist gangs.
gram No 43 March 23 Hitler
now represents the element of
moderation in the Nazi Party and
I believe that if in any way you
can strengthen his hands, even in-
directly, he would welcome it."
American Consul General
George Messersmith. however.
took a very different view. He re-
ported from Berlin Nov. 1. 1933,
that "it is unquestionable that the
moderation in the physical per-
secution of the Jews was brought
about by the' reaction of public
opinion in the rest of the world
In 1951 the US Embassy in
Baghdad was husilv denyin*. in
cables to Washington that there
were anv disturbances. anti-Jew-
ish or otherwise. But a hand gren-
ade meanwhile flew into the U.S.
offices in Baghdad. Since the
State Department maintained
there was no disturbance, it was
difficult to understand how a
grenade could propel itself into
an American installation, blow-
ing up four people, in the midst
of such an idyllic scene of love
and brotherhood.
When Soviet anti-Semitism
erupted in 1953 the Senate con-
sidered a resolution of protest.
But Secretary of State Dulles pri-
vately told Senators to obscure
the Jewish aspect by broadening
the resolution to include other
groups. When the "anti-Semitism"
resolution emerged from the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Committee
it had been broadened so widely
that it included condemnation of
Soviet action not only against
Jews but also Moslems, Protes-
tants. Roman Catholics, Greek
Orthodox, and Polish, Ukrainian.
Baltic, and Balkan ethnic groups.
The Associated Press quoted a
State Department spokesman: "a
resolution aimed only at Jewish
persecution might be used by Rus-
sia for propaganda in Arab na-
tions." The State Department re-
vealed that it did not want to give
the Arab states an impression
that the United States was "pro-
Jewish." It was further explained
that such an official American
expression might do the Jews
"more harm than good."
Today Egypt has violated its
obligation under the United Na-
tions Charter to respect human
rights. In this way Nasser re-
warded the support he so abund-
antly received in recent weeks
from the I'nited States at the
United Nations
HOMS SMOLAR
ON THE
Iff Mill '_M1XMJ\
THE TIN COMMANDMENTS. By A P
York: Tha N.w Amrie.n Libr.ry. $ *" **.
AS DIFFERENT as day from nigh, i, .' .
** ments" from Rabbi Goldman's book of ,h K"Tel
here last week. Rabbi Goldman, who cvl heJMlBe 3
Mt. Sinai from the viewpoint of'an en. ght ,the *
his explanation in certain religious a ?? ,raditit
never in question. Thus, for a SRho^**
in time "a people became overwhelmingly awL- .**"
number of questions which cannot h,."asked n ^
possibility that the Biblical story of the Ten ?"* '
highly fictionalized, deeply distorted
spiritual progress which took hundreds of yearTto
Dr. Davies, who is minister of the All Soul. t% ?
ton. D.C^ and author of "The Meaning o ^J*
hampered by no such belief. Utilizing the finnnt '
comparative philology and modern scholarshTp^ Jfl
Ten Commandments could not have been Riven bvr^J
were never inscribed on tables of stone. OverwhriL-J
assigns them to a period at least six hundred vMr |J?
briefer decalogue they could not have existed'in fa*
Some of the Commandments existed individually 10M |
of Moses, since they are found in all ancient criminal,
were composed when the Decalogue was compiled'
By the same methods. Dr. Davies finds it unlikely i
Aaron or Joshua* ever met Moses, as in the traditional '*
he believes, may be a complete invention He finds its'
gested" that it "may have been the Levi tribe and perk
Levi tribe that Moses led out of Eg) pt He finds tL.
Israel, far past the time of Moses and the acceptance of the]
still worshipping serpents and numerous other gods.
It is quite possible that some of Dr. Davies' theorL
close to the truth as our present knowledge will allot vel
there are many discrepancies and difficulties in th BiSleJ
there is an intermingling of myth, legend and history*
impossible to sort out. But Dr. Davies. in his zeal to e>tabH
account, is guilty of a typical error. Where it suits him. I
words of the Bible literally: where it d< es not. his ititi
ranges as far afield as that of the most ardent proselytiar.
It is interesting to note, for example, that Dr. Davie
words of the Second Commandment ("visiting the iniqi
fathers upon the children to the third and fourth e
only one moral step up from the practice of sacrificing <
God. Rabbi Goldman's interpretation held that God would]
punishment until it became apparent to Him that even thef
fourth generation had not mended their ways. There is]
justification for the latter view as for the former.
Dr. Davies' book is very interesting. The trouble is
put together a historical explanation for any religion
sound plausible. We know, for instance, that the story i
of Jesus was made up several centuries after his death, as i
of the incidents of his life. It is the quality of belief wH
be explained, and, in the case of the House of Israel, a i
thousands of years in the face of intense odds. And, j
miraculous than survival, how is it that the beliefs ol |
people triumphed over all others to become the ethical i
basis for the whole western world' History cannot eipl
one is forced back, as always, to a matter of faith.
Dr. Davies' book. I might add. does not benefit from at
remark of the sort for which we shall not forgive Toynbee.
U.S. Ban on Near East Travel Hurts El Al Flight Schc
ntinniKT a. U ft
Mogul Retires After Lengthy Tenure
Holt]
hAU KOLAS M. Schenck who has
'been both president of Loew'l,
Inc. and board chairman of the
firm, retires from Metro-Gold-
wvn-Mayer studios after 40 yean
ol service.
Nick, born in 1883. came to
America as a boy of nine with his
older brother from pogrom-strick-
en Russia. He started out as an
errand boy in a drugstore, studied
pharmacy and later, together with
his brother, acquired two.drug
stores in New York.
The two broke into show bu.i-
I'iss as early as 1908 by opening
an amusement park dance hall in
Ft George. NY In 1912. the
Schenck Bros purchased Palis-
ades Dark. Ft. Lee, N.J., in which
the fabulous Marcus I.oew be-
came a partner. They joined
- with Loew to create the
huge theatre and motion picture
empire of Loews. Inc
While Joe Schenck and his
JHE BAN on travel to the Middle East imposed
by the State Department upon American cit-
izens i. adversely affecting the El Al Israel Air-
line which has established a record in carrying
passengers ii,,m the United "States to Nrael. How-
cer hi Al is continuing to maintain its regular
flight schedules from New York to Israel earning
passengers iron, ,|. I nited States who are not
American citizens.
The Israel airline also carries American cit-
;/ ma Tamadge. became co-founder* Home. \ icnna and capitals of other countries out-
withi ^ ,IS,S> N.ck r<,mainpd s" ? of ,sraeI- is hPfd -hat the State Department
with Loew s from the beginning will HOB lift its ban on visiting Israel in order to
enable many tourist groom in this country to take
planned trips to the Jewish State.
wife, the silent, screen star Nor-
Of the corporation in 1919 till the
I nt day, first as vice-presi-
dent and general manager, and,
after Loew's death in 1927
president of the firm.
Incidentally, very few people in
are aware of the important role *
played during the recent critical days.'
ican and other foreign airlines cancelMi
and from Israel. The Israel airline ]
line other than radio and telegraph--
connecting Israel with the outside va
ranged an emergency airlift opera*
aloft four flights daih between Israel.
points in Europe, in order to enawe
of travelers to reach Israel or to Ieae<
The special flights added by El AH
emergency airlift did not prevent tnei
line from maintaining current imnui
which were carried out as a separate i
as
,BAVtB BCMWAMttmm
Melinda Marx, ten year oldj
daughter of comedian Grouchol
Marx, joins her father and two!
uncles. Chico and Harpo. in the
cast of Irwin Allen's production '
of "The Story of Mankind." cur-
rently before the cameras at War-
ner Bros.
Sinai Campaign Brings Back Memories of the War of
yHE PEACE treaty at the end of the War of 1812
flirt not even mention the issues which had
SSE'tt!*^. *t American historians
David O. Selmick is preparing
a new technicolor version of his
motion picture classic, "A Fare-
well to Arms." which will star his
wife. Jennifer Jones, in the Helen
Hayes role. He also plans to re-
issue "The Third Man" and "Re-
becca."
tes u an
are agreed that if the war had no other efl
did mark the emergence of the United St,
international power to be reckoned with
Hnn- 2t.ta th Sina' ,>rn'"^la appears to have
or,
and
make such good soldiers' in that J
of the Lsraeli papers tells a stor> ar-
and Weizmann. Gen. Yadin '
Israel military forces some eig
Israel's war for independence. _
Weizmann on first hcarinitaj 0
tories and of Gen. Yadin, aswr
where had the young state ot
Weizmann was told of Yadin -
about other of the younger mint"
"And what." asked Weizmann.
young men think of ua older men
of the Zionist movement, so to ,
regard you with the highest esteem.
ad


28. 1956
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rfjm* here IS years ago
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERV No. 1f>3**6
IlKATRICE K I.KWIK,
e> I'laintirr,
I ,l IS*I.K\VI8.
Defendant.
ri I.-HIS I.KWIaJ
170-1O Cedar, roft i:< JnmalrH. New Ym k
VOL' ARK HKKKllY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce ha* been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve U .11 HIISH.
other pleading IhereTo on the Plain-
tiff* attorneys, KuVXKH & MANN
IIKIMKK. 420 Lincoln losid. Miami
I!.....h, Florida, iind to file the original
in the office of the Clerk of the above
styled Court, on or before the llth
da> of January, It .twine, de.
f.aull will he taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
\N1) < tBLMCUJCU al Mlapai.
Dade Ci>unty. Florida, this loth day
,.f Deognrber, 1*58.
K. H IJCATHEIUIAN
k of the Circuit Court
It H. Kli-K. JR.
I>e|iuly Clerk
12/14-31-M
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER^T.T.OU.
business under the fl.tltl
Mam h ;., ,..".."""' nan
trim.. J.NI .'W 'I-KAN IN
ount) Intends .
Circuit Court of [ade '
regie-
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DEL. I
JILL-AM BERK
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nd burial
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IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADC COUNTY. FLORIDA
* No. 37W3-A
RE: ESTATE OF
HELEN n McXER.NET
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE 1m hereby given that I have
filed a final report and petition for
Final lilKcharae as Administrator of
the eatnfe of Helen O. McNertiey de-
< eased: and that on the tlat day of
January, 1957, I will apply to the Hon-
orable W. F Klanton. County Jndge
of Dade County. Florida, for approval
i of .iald final report and for final rhaifl it* Admmletrator of rh Ertate
'of Helen O. McNerney. decenxed.
This ltth day of December, isr.s
WALTER C. Ki'V.VK.t
KOVKER MANN II El ME' 1
Attorneys for Administrator
ii' :'!-:' ]/-il _____________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39501-B
In Re ESTATE OF
I>AVII> STARK
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and Ail Persons lin-
ing claims or Demands AgalitM Bald
Ertate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to preaani any
claims and demands which you, >>r
either of you, may have against trie
of DAVID STARK deceased
I late or I >ADB !oant] I the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
fices' in the County cm hi., i
Dade County, Florida, within
calendar motnha from the date of the
fiit publication hereof, said claims
or demanda to oontaln ti.e legal ad-
dieas of the claim int Mil u hi
! presented as afi resold, oi
will 1* barred i tlon 73:i.i6 of
the 194". Prohnte Act.
1 ..c. December 13, v D i.".
MAI.VIN BNOLANDBK
As Executor ot th.- Las I Will
and Tsklameut of David st.uk
Mi'IK J I, TENDKICM
Attorney for Malvin EngUiwIer
I2/21-2K 1/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ihr^rTa SOCIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
sft^STTsJl? CHANCERY. No. 1?6 3
KATHLEEN c kkki,
Plaintiff,
"\\ i:n John iiki.ii.
Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
T<>: OWKN JOHN REED, [|i
Ireehoul. Nee Ji ,, j ,||an
mar, you are hereby required ti
fi \"l'y, "', w'"r JM,W* '" *
plalnl for divorce on i'laintlff's al
m Miami Florida, in I ft I. nK.
Inal In the office of the Clerk of !,.
ill Court on oi I,.f.,r. ,i,,
day of J,iniiar> a i i .. ,,r ,, de-
fault wm be entered aKai
Mau-l this 19th day of I>ecember,
K B. UBATHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit Court
By WM \v BTOCKlNa
Deputv I'l.-ik
12/21-28 1/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
gOY, EMERAZOY,
nmuiv'v11?1'"^ z-v-iv
MAkLLAW.N /"V--:|A m s e
;;
Clerk or the
n "' l'^1-' County. Kio,, i.
>RIHA ZOYHIA KARMS INC
-, l'\ 'rn.irii E Helvan, p
C1EOROE i TAL1ANOFP
farms" TycMDA ZoT8U
I! 14-21-2H 'i |
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOI H'K is HEREBY GIVEN
"" desiring to engage
inder the flctltii
i.i.i: \\i ii; s hacjh AND
FLL0RV,EDNATH,JMUDLC'^ CIRcfuVoF
coSn't^.'cha^ery^o ^
.(BARBARA1- D,V0RCE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
If. JM\ C|RCU,T COURT OF THE 'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF '
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
in
ii- ii*.- oi
JEWELRY
'"ii"- Avenue. Miami I
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. I'ouni.. Florida
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Hole ownera
OEt ROE i HEHEN
Attome) for o
67 Olympla liiiiidlng
Miami 12, Florida
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fE T'-lh m i)n -i I
eight years ago from
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Ljw-Martiu -.,, Harold;
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Hy Mr,""'!" Chapel in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVKN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin- fictitious name ot
ACME I'LAMTERERS INC.,
it W. 71rd Av intends to reglatel
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Floilda.
JACOB Mil.I.Kit
MILTON MILI.KK
Attorney for Applicant
1414 Congress Hldg.
12 21-21 1/4-11
JSTT^'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlnv to engage In
s under the fictitious n:........t
THoltoi -i;ill:i(ED COMMISSION
AGENCY In Daile County Intends to
regtate* aaid name with the clerk of
the circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Florida.
D. BNOLANDER
MARX M. FA HER
Attorney for Petitioner
12/21-38 1/4-11
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 196835.
RUTH P. HINCKLKV,
Plaintiff,
KENNETH P HINCELET,
Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
TO: KENNETH P. H1NCKLEY 1
Bproal Sireet, Middletown. New York,
you are hereby lequlrt-d to serve
a copy of your answer to a liill of com-
plain! for .I,voice on Plaintiffs attor-
ney, Claude M. Dailies. 121 K" Flagler
St Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal In the office of the ci.rk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 28th
day of January. A D, 157, or a de-
fault will be entered against you.
i mi.iI this llth dat oi 11,-,,
IS ,r,
K It LBATHERMAN, as Clerk
of the i'.I' ii i 'ourt.
B) WM U BTOCKINa
Deput) clerk.
:: 1 1-11
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i. islness undei the flci I ne of
BOONER PAPER .<. 81'PPLY CO
fnol in. i al in fi w 17th Vv In-
tentla to the
Clerk of the i "lr> uli Court .i 1 >ade
County. IV
LARRY BOONER, Sol. owner
HERBERT B WILENKKY
Attorne) I anl
1102 c .i Bldg.
II 14-21-28 1 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OTVEN that
the ..'
ne of
WEST MIAMI SURPLUS STORE al
sim B w <;th Street, Miami, Pla., in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
i o mty, Florida.
II Vkol.li I KIROEL
CLARENCE HI EC EL
BLOOMDRRCI ,\ BLOOMBERU
Attorney! f..i Harold l Slegel and
Clarence Blegel
12/7-U-2I-28
FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY 192058
Petition of Dorll 11 Miore and
Fred L Moore, huKl.and and wife
for the Adoption of Susan si,,iron,
a minor.
TO: Allen L. Brlnkman
Beaid) ni Dnkaown
You are heaeby notified that peti-
tion has been filed In the above styled
Court by Doris R. Moore and I'r.il I,.
Moore, husband and wife for the adop-
tion of Susan Sharon, a minor ,ind you
quired to serve com of your
oi i ibjecdoM to mow cans*
why aaM petition should not he grant-
ed, on the attorney for petitioners,
Keynioui ilelher. 120 IJni oln Road.
Miami Beach. Horlda and file the
original In the office of the Clerk "f
the Circuit Court on tw before J.tn-
uarj ii. 1987.
Herein Pall Not or i decree pro oon-
i II i.....iti
Witness mi hand and the -.il Of
s.i i.I Court In Dade County, Piorlda,
this 12th das ol i iecemhei, :
K. B LBATHERMAN
As Clerk of the s.ii.l Circuit "oiu t
i '..hi s. all
B) R ii kick, .in Deputy Clerk
12 11-21-28 i I
Vs
, CANTOR,
I'iilnliff
FTIBDERICK ROBERT CANTOR
Defendant.
i": Mr. Prederlck Robert Cantor
i-.i Avenue 8
Brooklyn, New York
notified that i
'. P"2*" 'ot Divorce has been
Kou. and you are required
......> of your A,,.-,
ST nhfl-Hff"16 ?.l" "' ComDta I
the plalntlfl Attorney, Arthur s
-," ,'Tl- Aronovlti a- Aronovlti.
bold BuUd Id ami 12, h,.,.
d file ii,.- original Ana*
'" '.....fflce ..' the Clerk of
till I ourt on or before th
lay of January, lB7. if you fail to do
Utment by default "ill i. u*ken
you for th* relief demanded in
the Kill of Complaint.
notice shall be published onos
K B. LBATHERMAN, clerk,
i in mi Court, Dade County, Florida,
II in nil Conn Seal)
Bj WM, W. BTOCKINQ
Deput) Clerk.
ARONOVITZ A ARONOVTTZ
.is Beybold Bldg., Miami JJ, Kla
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bgslness under the fictitious name of
BTARLITE HOTEL A- APARTMENTS
I Oeean Drive, Miami Beach,
Florida Intende to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Piorlda.
ZAK-.Mi int CORPORATION
KOVNER a MANN'HEIMER
Attorney* for SSgr-Mont Corporation
12/14-21-28 1/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the anderelgned, deelrlhg to engage In
business under the flctll me of
HUNRITE FLOOR COVERINO 8ERV-
P "E al 7.' i ei ox v i enue, in the City
oi Mi,..... Beach, PlorMss, Intend!" to
reglstei thi said namt with the Clerk
.r the t'n.uii Court of Uade Ceuaiy,
Florida.
ISAAC NAIIM \\
::, Lenox Avenue
Ml...... Kim- i-...
SOL CASSITO
3142 Washington Court
Miami Beach, Pla,
From the Offli of
| VICTOR II E8KBNA8, :
Soiiihwesi Lawyers Building
IM| s U Set oi,.i A veaue
Miami S, Florida
13/14 tl -33 11
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN that
lei signed, d< Hiring ti
- under the I name ol
LA SALLE STUDIOS al ti It
11] i\.-, Miami Beach, Intend* t.
.1 name with th- Clerk
ii of 1 '.oi. Countj. Florida.
MORRIS QOODRICH
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
B dg.
12 7-14-21-28 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18-HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag.- In
buslnest undei the fictitious nami of
CENTRAL a SOUTHERN ADJUST-
MENT COMPANY al 1388 N. W. 38th
Street, Miami, Pla., Intends to regls-
tei s.iid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
INSURANCE SERVICE
AGENCY, INC.
A I'.i ''nip.
OENET .\ OENET
for Applicant
J.'" Lincoln Road
12 14-21-28 1 i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREH> OIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring
buaini '_'
IIKATIIWi! MOTEL at 11671
Collins A\. ... Miami k- ai b, i la., in-
tend i said name with the
cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Uade
County, Flo, ...a. am|;si ^^
jack C YOUNG
QEOROE .1 TALLANOFF
Attorney foi Petitioners
12 .- : i-'.i-is __________
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the in. to eng ige in
i. i-in. inder the fli tltlous nam,
FANNY LEE at 1349 Washington Ave-
t, ,.. Miami k. h, Florida Intends to
s,ii.i name with the Cli
l of Dade County,
.
NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC.
KOVNER .v MANN'HEIMER
- for New York Bakeries, Inc.
12 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i desiring "J .
. under the rictltin i ol ,i -2S l 1-11
,m a APARTMENTS and also
B18CAYNE BEACH APARTMENTS,
Sg-il creapl Boulevard, Miami
Beach. Kb.,,.la. Intend tori
name i'h the Clerk "''', '"u,t
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HEN GILLER
BESSIE UILLER, Petltlonerg
MTER8, HEIMAN S K VPLAN
Attorneys for Petition
i 1-11-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl iTH'E IS HEREBY GIVEN tl il
the undersigned, desiring to eng-age In
I, ihlm -s under the fietiliou
PRODIOY PRODUCTS CO. at 234
N r: ith Btreet, Miami, Intend! to
reglstei said name with the clerk
,,f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
l'1""'1'' DR. HAROLD D. Mil.KK.V
THE" H" 'RE R NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
i Lincoln k i. iildg.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN that
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUKT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 196262
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PETER E KAPLAN,
Plaintiff
VIRGINIA K KAPLAN,
Defendant
TO- VIRGINIA B. KAPLAN
Longfellow Terrace
Springfield, Massachusetts
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A surprise shower honored Ml Dotty Ilowiti
last Saturday. Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Elowitz. Coral
Gables, are her parents, and they will give her in
marriage at their home Feb. 3 ..
Dotty't fiance is University of Miami law stu-
dent Morton Kosto, from Springfield, Mass------
Hostess at the bridal shower was Sandy Frogtl,
, and she will be Dotty't maid of honor .
.2 wests at the surprise affair included Mrs. .Howard
l^ol'Philadelphia. A cousin of the bride-elect, she is the
FritdUnd will host a "for men only" party at the Eden
onor will he Jack Weilec, of New York City, prominent
nd realtor who. Look magazine says, spends 80 percent of
E nhjlanthropie activities .
hairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal inaugural dinner
'jn 15 and ,hc party wi" ** for ,OCal CJA P*cesetters
oresident Howard Kano has already designated a reception
including top leaders Sam Blank, Shopard Broad, Jack
ir Morrii Goodman, Isidoro Hocht, Sam J. Hoimon, Stanley
Max Orovirz, Dan Ruskln, John Serbin, Jacob Shor, Harry
|Carl Wainklo.
land Sophia Englandar he's justice of the peace here are j *
.foal plans (or their 11th annual open house Dec. 31 from 3 to '
? their 8060 Norcmac ave., Miami Beach, home .
mal invitations are being issued, and Mai and Sophia are
"simply scads" of friends with special activities scheduled
fies.
the Run Mrs. Lillio Blumonkranz, Gotham Town ite.
the winier season and will be entertained by her son and
i-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Blumonkranx, 8929 Emerson
here Also spending her winter vacation, but at the
t Sterling, is Mrs. Esthor Halporin, mother of Beach Council-
i Halporin The Americana hotel featured much dancing
j festivities over the weekend, and seen taking in some of the
.Miss Rtgina Brummor and Julian Habor, med student .
rjsric Fritdland and Irving Cohen are in last-instant prepara-
rtheir wedding Saturday, 7 p.m., at the Fountainebleau .
(parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen, of Pinetree dr., were hosts
Etta rehearsal dinner at the hotel. While N. Bay rd's Mr. and
i Oroviti are planning to entertain at a dinner in the same
fey evening for relatives and out-of-town guests .
eryone knows, Marjerie is the daughter of Hattio and Samuel
king of Marjorie Friedland, she and her fiance were among
i cocktail buffet party Sunday given by Dr. and Mrs. Maurk*
tin their home. 5237 La Gorce dr. .
cMO persons were present at the holiday affair, which featured
I red motif, other guests included Judge and Mrs. Samuel B.
! Chicago, who winter here on Normandy Isle. .
;in were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedland, Philadelphia; and the
Miami Beach he's Dade Federal president.
^Jfeg&yioiirjta
--------Miami- Florida FriHny December
A Refugees New Root in Historv
The acquisition by Mrs Use ,^ Vl IIOI Ul V
Zimt-Sand of a nr. nuv.jj:. .. .<* a. v- ...
acquisition by Mrs Use
Zimt-Sand of a rare Old-Yiddish
manuscript of the 16th century
manuscripts is creating world-
wide interest among Yiddish and
German philologists and scholars.
Old Yiddish is a fusion of early
Middle High German. Hebrew and
Romance, the vernacular spoken
by the Jews in the Middle Ages.
Mrs. Sands was in Miami last
week visiting friends at 825 Vene-
tion Way, the Hugo Artners. whom
he knew in Germany. At the
same time, she is combining this
visit with a vacation "in the most
beautiful place possible, lovely Mi-
ami, which I as y world traveler
feel competent to evaluate."
The manuscript purchase is
part of a research program Mrs.
Sand has been carrying on in con-
nection with her dissertation in-
ward the Doctor of Philosophy di
gree at Columbia University.
Th f^or.fnntnries-old manu-
script, called "Mayse-bukh." came
to ngnt in England The mo stor-
ies, handwritten on parchment
sheets, breathe the life, hopes
and culture of an ever-alien peo-
ple in an ever-recurring hostile
world. It is written in a peculiar
alphabet called "Waibcrteutsch."
now no longer common but once
the predecessor of many of the
modern Hebrew and Yiddish fonts
of type.
According to Mrs. Sand, the
MM. USE ZIMT-SAND
manuscript's value has been rc-
authenticated bv the Department
of Oriental Printed Books and
Manuscripts of the British Mu-
seum.
"I am proud to contribute my
recently awakened consciousness
as a Jew to my new home in this
country." Mrs. Sand explains.
adding that she uses the word "re-
cently" advisedly, "Less than two
years ago not only would any
such purchase have been furthest
from my mind, but I would have
been unable to decipher a single
letter or word of the text."
At that time, Mrs. Sand was
wholly ignorant of both Yiddish
and Hebrew. "My profound In-
volvment in the cause of Jewish
refugees and Jewish problems
came about because I, myself, am
a German refugee not because
of my love of Yiddish culture and
history, and certainly not from
any conscious interest in the birth
and growth of the Yiddish lan-
guage."
But out of the tragic urgency
of being a Jewish refugee came
Mrs. Sand's subsequent identifica-
tion with what she calls today
"rooted in my destiny." From in-
terest in the culture of her peo-
ple, she developed scholarly in-
trests leading her to the rare
Yiddish manuscript.
This kind of destiny worked in
many wa> for Mrs. Sand. Curi-
ously, the manuscript is dedicated
to a "Mrs. Ximt-Segal," which the
Columbia University I'hD degree
candidate considers "more than
a coincidence" in licht of her
own full name of "Zimt-Sand."
'Mr. Zimt. her late husband, was
killed in the London blitz of
World War II.)
Also, her first installment of
German restitution funds came to
Mrs. Sand precisely at the time
she was trying to figure out where
the down payment for the manu-
script would come from!
Israeli Arrives in U.S. for Pioneer Women Public Relations
NEW YORK Mrs. Batsheva
Vilenski, director of the vocation-
al training program for the youth
department of the Working Wom-
en's Council in Israel, arrived in
the United States last week. She
will spend the next six months on
a public relations tour of the
United States and Canada on be-
half of Pioneer Women, the Wom-
en's Labor Zionist Organization
of America, and its Israeli sister
organization, the Working Wom-
en's Council (Moetzct Hapoalot).
Mrs. Vilenski headed the de-
partment of vocational training
for youth of the Histadrut of
which the Moetzet Hapoalot is an
integral part. Presently, she di-
rects the Moetzet Hapoalot voca-
tional training department for
youth, developing new areas and
sources of employment for youth.
She is a member of the executive
of the Moetzet Hapoalot. and a
member of the executive board of
the Histadrut.
Mrs. Vilenski came to Palestine
in 1935, immediately after grad-
uating from Kovno Lithuania
University and Hebrew Teachers'
Seminary. Despite her teacher
training, she entered a kibbutz,
"Givat Brenner," because she
preferred agricultural work.
Women's Delegates Due at Convention
B'rith Women's Council of sion of final plans for the months
South Florida will be represented of preparation ahead
nt delega. s from this area a. the The delegates will also bring
midwinter District 5 executive recommendations from the South
L^d meeting., be held jointly ^^^^iS^
with B'nai B'rith Men Jan. 5 to 7 in the district b.vlav,
at the Hotel De Soto in Savannah,
Ga.
With Miami Beach to be the site
of the forthcoming District Con-
vention in June, the ib delegates.
Mrs George Baltuch. president or;
Council, district deputy and district Roosevelt
Pythian Ladies Will
Install Officers
33, Pythian
ocam Weizmann, widow of Israel's first President, ar-
umann Dinner in New York, escorted by Dewey
'Chairman of board of governors of Weixmann Insti-
*l,en<;\at Rehovo,h. Israel This is the most recent
pn o Mrs. Weixmann and was made at New York
!!!^1 weeks ago.
JoSoTch. man! Mrs" Gerald Si^r, wi.l have an open M*
Sz second v.ce president and ,a,10n of officers on Wednesday
HE- invention co-chairman: evening at Dora August Hal I
Mrs. Vilenski still lives at Kib-
butz Givat Brenner, is chairman
of the Kibbutz Council and is head
of the economic division. From
1938 to 1943, she worked in the
Labor Exchange of the Histadrut
in the department of vocational
training for youth. ,
Impelled to meet the emergen-
cy of youth, Mrs. Vilenski took
a refresher course at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem for one
vear and devoted herself to the
"educational needs of youth. Four
years ago. she was sent to the
United States by Youth Aliyah
as a delegate to the Inter-Collegi-
ate Zionist Federation of America.
Through the funds raised by
Pioneer Women in the United
States, Canada, Mexico, Peru.
Uruguay. Brazil. Argentina. Chile,
England, France, Belgium and
Australia, the Working Women's
Council is able to maintain its
vast network of social services
for women, youth and children
in the State of Israel. These serv-
ices include vocational training
(or youth and women, kindergar-
tens, agricultural schools, nur-
series and hostels, plus a concen-
tration of social services for new
settlers in border towns and new
villages.
district
Mrs. Al
dent and
convention co-chairman: evening _.
Reich, fourth vice pre-, ||rs, Arthur Robinsoni will be in-
district convention eo- stalled as most excellent chief by
chairman; Mrs. William Heckler, g^ -J-JJj JJg
district deputy and program chair- JJJJ past chjef.
man; Mrs. Norman Reinhard. dis- othpr off|cers to be installed in-
and Mrs. Jerome c)ude cxce||ent senior. Mrs. Mur-
Bond chairman, will ray Friedbcrg: excellent junior.
Mrs. Bernard Michelson; manager.
trict deputy:
Robinson. US
play significant roles in the discus-
dor Affairs Blueprint Ladies'Drive
'2* I ** -neeting. to
U5fA*^ in the Com-
Appeal Women', Di-
"* announced
chairman
this
Mrs.
week
Sam-
*iun
of th
e Sponsors'
Tea committee will meet on Thurs
day morning. Jan. 3. in the home
of Mrs. George Goldberg. Thai^af-
ternoon at 1 pm., Miami members
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
Auxiliary will discuss plans for
'Town Luncheon Unlimited," an
other of the outstanding fund
events scheduled by the division
Mrs. Sol Silverman is chairman of
this group. _______.
On Monday, Jan. 7. the Patrons
Continued on Paa 3 B
Mrs. Abe Krantz: secretary, Mrs.
Pincus Bach; treasurer, Mrs. Sam
Schoychid.
Protector. Mrs. Ralph Grossman;
guard. Mrs. Nat Miller; pianist.
Mrs H Robin; grand reprcsenta-
,ivT and alternate. Mrs Harry
Baron and Mrs. Irving Glazman;
trustees. Mrs. Irving Gordon. Mrs.
Bernard Bram. Mrs. Harold Tam-
arkin; press correspondent. Mrs.
David Cypress; mistress of work,
Mrs. Lewis Pomerantz.
MS. BA1MVA VILENSKI



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Thiid from left is Miss Israel of 1956. She was
guest of honor at a luncheon given by Mrs.
Samuel Kelemer (left1 in her home last week
for Beth Sholom Sisterhood board members
and officers. Looking on are (second from left)
Mrs. Leon Kronish and Mrs. Sol S. Pine, Sis-
terhood president.
Music Authority At Sholom Service
YMHA in New York. As a conduct-
or, he has distinguished himself
, especially in the field of choral
ductor, is one of the founders and muMC
vice chairman of the National Jew- m _-.
isa Music Council He is professor The neR Shabbat in addition to
of Jewish music at the Hebrew marking Prof. Binders visit, is
Union School of Sacred Music in bc,ng tendered by Mr and Mrs-
New York Barry Cameron in honor of the
Prof Kinder is author of many Bar Mitzvah of Stephen Pine, son
articles on various phases of Jew- of Mr and Mrs So1 S Plne- whlch
Prof. Binder. oatstsndJnc Jewish ish muM.- and since 1919 has been W1" ,ak* Place Sa'i""day morning.
musicologist eomposar and con ffirectnr of music at the 92nd Street | and,b>' *r. and Mrs. Harry A. Lack
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Prof Abraham Woli Binder will
be sucst oi honor dunnc asrviees
I mi.iy evening, Dec S8, at Temple
Beth SIimIoih. ACCOrdini to an an-
nouncement by Rabbi Kronish.
spiritual leader of the con
Holland Honey Cake Co.
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Music Month Aids
Offered by Bureau
Program assistance in Jewish
music is being offered by the
in honor of the
.their son. James.
homecoming of
gestions for programming for Jew-
| ish Music Month. These facilities
are being offered to Jewish organ-
1 izations throughout the community
in order to assist in programming
Bureau of Jewish Education. ac-|t0 celebrate Jewish Music Month.
esrdiag to an announcement Wed-
lq Mever A. Baskin. adult
.it ion chairman.
Jewish Music Month will he cele
l-.itel .Ian 12 to Ke>> 12 through
mnual Jewish Music Ke>uval
Trance will also fea-
ture the Temple Koruni S.nes fea- '
Bf Mira Gilbert and her guitar
in Folk Boagi Around the World"
17 at Temple Beth Sholom.
t Essstda said thai the Central
i the Bureau building con- S
many publications on Jewish !
BINDER
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Frida
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Miss Frank Weds
Dr Milton Pearce
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony Monday. Dec. 24. at the Eden
Roc hotel. Miss Connie Mae Frank,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Frank. Uniontown, Pa., became the
bride of Dr. Milton Pearce. Miami.
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated.
Matron of honor for her cousin
was Mrs. Edward Wallace. Miss
Ellin Barney, of New York City,
acted as maid of honor.
Dr. Karl Brook was best man,
and Edward Wallace and Daniel
Pariser were ushers. Barry Wal-
lace acted as junior usher, and
Cheryl Wallace was flower girl.
The bride selected a gown of rose
point lace, fitted bodice, modified
Queen Anne collar outlined with
iridescent sequins and very bouf-
fant skirt. A white satin sash
around the waist ended in the
back with an illusion bustle. The
gown also featured short sleeves.
The four-tiered French illusion
veil, fingertip length, fell from a
crown of lace leaves and pearl
orange blossom. The bride carried
an arrangement of white orchids.
Short white kid gloves complement-
ed the outfit.
Newlywed Mrs. Pearce is a
graduate of Gricr School for Girls
in Tyrone, Pa., and attended the
University of Miami. She received
her degree in education at the
University of Pittsburgh and has
been teaching at the Beatrice Dee
groom is the Ban of Mr and Mrs. best man. Ushers were Harry Katz, I prjvate School
Mm Preoar. Jacksonville, Fla. Jr.. Norman Kapner and Edward ^
Utem
MKS. HUL PKlSStf
MK. WtrOff PfAtCf
Presser, Rubinoff Take N.Y. Tour
htte orchids on a
Mia Harriet Betty Rubinoff and
Ensign Neil N I'res-er exchanged
wedding vows at Temple Emanu F.I
Sunday, Dec. 16. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated at the 6:30 p.m
candlelight ceremony.
The bride is the daughter <>f Mr
She carried
white Bible.
Her assistants were Mrs. Edwin
Prateer, matron of honor: Miss
Maricne Heath, maid of honor: and
bridesmaids, Miss Rita Rubinoff.
Bobbi Rubin, Grace Reiner and
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MIS. MICHAU COU
and Mrs. Harry Jabi.sh. 1350 Col- j Elamie Broby.
lins ave.. Miami Beach The bride-1 Fdwin Presser was his brother's
The bride was attired in a nylon
tulle and imported chantilly lace
bridal gown fashioned with bouf-
i.int with scalloped scoop neckline and
trimmed with pastel paillettes, long
pointed sleevei and sweep chapel
train. A seed pearl coronet was
caught to an imported ,-ilk illusion
fingertip veil.
Kapner
Rubinoff. Leonard Kagan was ring-
bearer.
The bride and groom both at-
tended the University of Florida.
A reception and dinner was held
in the social hall of Temple
Emanu-El. The couple left for a
honeymoon trip to New York and
after his discharge from the serv-
ice they vsill settle in Jacksonville.
Ensign, Bride Will Live in Japan
A reception and buffet.
dance followed the cen
ble decorations were of i
pale yellow flowers. Bli
Flower Shops arranged tail
design-
Dr. Pearce attended Temple Uni-
versity and Hahnemann Medical
College of Philadelphia. His fra-
ternity is Phi Delta Epsilon.
A reception and formal dinner
followed at the Eden Roc hotel.
After a honeymoon tour through
Jamaica, the couple will live in
Miami.
Madelyn Berg, Stanley Rosenberg Say Vows Here
Madelyn Berg and Stanley Robert peau de soie with portrait neck- the University of Miami and his
Rosenberg exchanged vows in a line and full elbow-length sleeves, fraternity is Sigma Alpha Mu.
Sunday, Dec. 16, was the date
chosen by Miss Dava Merle Levy
for her marriage to Ensign Michael
Orrin Gold Miss Levy is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
L. Levy, 1031 West ave., Miami
Beach, and Mr. Gold is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gold, 2141 SW
14th ter., Miami.
The 7 p.m. candlelight ceremony
took place at Beth David. Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg officiated, as-
sister by Cantor William Lipson.
Best man was Norman Landman,
fraternity brother of the groom.
I shers were Leonard Meyerson and
Emanuel Abraben.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore ankle-length |m j^ ridC*ith ?**
of white silk chiffoii over taffeta. !dMm. jn jourMlirfn. ,_
The bouffant hoopskirt featured >amJ bhr relatlonv He
full-length rosepoint lace inserts (^ of,,, Lambda m
and a scalloped hemline edged v C(impMl0li oi,
Among out-of-town gotajj
the maternal grandmother i
bride. Mrs. Jennie Giraa,]
York; maternal grandmatherd
groom. Mr-. Bessie ResnMf,!
treal. Canada: and paternal |
mother of the groom,
Gold. New York.
The bride is a graduate *!
Beach High School and
the University of Florida.
The groom graduated:
ami High School and the I'ni
with seedpearls. a scalloped V-neck-
on Miami Beach, the ne
cathedral train.
Her double-tiered
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imported and Mrs. Kalmen Sarefsky. Mr. and She carried a satin covered Bible
lily-of-the-valley.
Maid of honor and twin sister of
the bride was Miss Marsha Levy.
Navy
line with shoulder drape of chif- ^y resjde in Sasebo. Afs.1
fon and fitted sleeves ending with ,h_ OP(W.m ., ^mn ith t
featuring satin appliques of seed Reception and dinner followed at scalloped eedpearl design
unlay evening. Dec. 22. at Beth pearls, which covered the bodice the Americana hotel. Out-of-town! Her triple tiered fingertip veil of
David Synagogue Rabbi Yaakov and bouffant skirt that ended in a guests included Mrs Bern ice Levy, French
Rosenberg ofticiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
Henry Berg. 2385 SW French j||UM()n vcll fell from Mrs Lou.s D Sterns. Mr. and Mrs. centered with two purewhitehy-!
halo of satin and seed pearls. She William Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Albert brid orchids and showered with
carried pink camilleas over a Bible. Rudolph and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Maid of honor was Barbara Seit- Kravitz, Cleveland: Mr. and Mrs.
lin Bridesmaids included Marcie Adolph Roth, Pittsburgh: Mrs. Ben
Feingold. Caryl Feldman and Mar- '< Zobaek and Mrs. Aaron Pollard,
lene Duchon. Best man for hisN*w York City,
brother was Burton E. Rosenberg.! Tne couple will reside at 2132
Ushers included the bride's broth-'sw 3rd ave., Miami,
er Richard Berg. William Weissel
p m. candlelight ceremony Sat-
19th ter., Miami. Her husband is
the son of Dr and Mrs Marvin
E. Rosenberg. Cleveland. O.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride chose a gown of imported
and Marvin Gilman.
Newlywed Mrs. Rosenberg is an
education major at the University
of Miami. Her husband also attends
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28. 1956
fclJ n^rfrli^r,
^8 Groom
Jjvingr for PhD,
iLive in Durham
ReneeFicur carried
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riortfine
mother of-pearl
to her cousin
ned Sunday. Doc 23 in
ceremony
al Lincoln
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,d. off.ci.tcd. A recep-
Irilowed.
Fipir is
Did Mrs
it
the daughter of
Samuel Figur. 510
Miami. Mr. Gold is
'o, Mrs. Esther Gold and
-JvingGoW. formerly of
"V? residing in Brooklyn.
bride wore a white nylon
Cm lace gown, tnmmed in
fcSbidered with seed
L.A crown of seed pearls held
tJle illusion veil. Her only
1 a strand of pearls, a
the bridegroom. She carried
orchard.
to Ann Kramer, maid of
'wore champaune taffeta
laspnvof-n"-
a on fan. Bridesmaid
Ue Gold, sister <>i law
-Mm. wore blue green taf-
) carried a spraj of yellow
SB. Mutter, of Ft. Lands*
ns best man. and Allan Mar-
igur, brother of the bride.
LFigur is currently employed
tm American World Airways.
old is a graduate of the Uni-
| of Miami and is currently
\ftog for his PhD in Botany at
(University. His fraternity is
fepsilon Phi.
Rer a honeymoon trip to Port
tince. Haiti, the couple will
! in Durham, N.C.
mS. NAffViT COID
AltS. KENNETH KEMPIH
Parks Say Vows At Temple Zion
Judith Carol Taubenkimel.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Taube, 621 SW 71st pi., and Louis
Park, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Park, 250 SW 61st ave.. were mar-
ried Saturday in lempie Zion.
The bride wore a gown of silver
June Taube wore gold em-
broidered two-toned blue crj
and a flower headpiece a- her -i-
Ur*l maid of honor and carried yel
low tsarossi
Arthur Norman Park was beat
man for his brother.
------------- t-hers were Sanford Tauben
embroidered tulle, and a lace tiara kifnel g^^,,,,.^ N j j)avid Howell
with pearla and rhinestones held Hollywood, and Mervin Serbin.
her fingertip illusion veil. jne reception was held in tht
She carried a white orchid, lilacs Temple,
and lilics-of-the-valley on the The couple will live at 2825 SW
bridegroom's Bar Mitzvah Bible.
3rd ave. after Jan. 5.
rine London became the bride
ward Nelson Zimmett Satur-
like. 22. in the Hiseayne Ter-
hotel, where the reception
Ivas held.
bride, daughter of the Al-
i Londons, Hollywood) wore
felly lace and tulle over satin
[a scooped neckline and short
) of seed pearls and sequins
her fingertip veil and she
Kew Gardens Home for Couple
ry Minsky ,nd ch,rles G xtt&ssjsz
, bride, who has been living "^Cgg !*. de soie
gown had a lace trimmed bodice ol
alencon lace, and a white pearl
coronet held the fingertip veil.
Mrs. Sherwood Solitsky. matron
of honor for her sister, wore cham-
imets to Tour State of Florida
carried white orchids.
Lila London was her sister's hon-
or attendants, wearing blue tulle: pagne satin, and another sister,
'Mrs. Mortin Shlonsky. wore gold
chiffon. Murray Gefcr was best
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Blair I. Zimmett was best man
for his brother. They are the sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zimmett.
2185 SW lth ter.
The couple will tour Florida on
their honeymoon.
man.
A reception was held at the
hotel. The newlyweds will live in
Kew Gardens after a wedding trip
to Mexico.
Groom's In-Law
Hears Vows of
Fox, Kempler
Roslyn Hope Fox became Mrs,
Kenneth George Kempler in 6 p.m.
elight ceremony rues Sunday
Dec. 23 at the Seville hotel. Rabbi
Morton Levy, brother-in-law of the
groom from Cleveland, officiated.
ling were Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg, Beth David Congregation,
and (antor William Lipson.
The hride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs, Morry II Fox. 2736 SW
3rd ave., Miami. Her husband's par-
entl arc Mr and Mr-. Benjamin'
R. Paul, 1052 SW 24th aw. Mi..mi. :
Given in marriaue by her 'i nor,!
the bride wore a gown of lace an'!
tulle over satin The scalloped
neckline was trimmed in opalescenl
sequini and seed pearls The .
featured a true cathedral train
The bride wore an empp
of lace and seed pearls, with fin-
gertip illusion veil. She carried
three white orchids with dreamers
of white tuba roses
Matron c.f honor
Levy, lister of the bridegroom.
Miss Vivion Otter, the brid
cousin, was maid of honor. Brides-
matrons included Mrs, John .1 Bo-
tanic, Jr., and Mrs. Khoda Horllck,
Flower nirl for her cousin was
Miss .lill Nathan-on
lic-t man was Sheldon Oster.
?ousin of the croom. from San An-
tonio, Tex. Ushers included Har-
>ld Keitz, John J. Botanic, Jr., Jay
Fox, the bride's cousin, and Wil-
liam Gold, the bride's uncle, from
Pittsburgh, Pa. Alan and Gerald
Davis showed the guests to their
seats
The bride graduated from Miami
High School and Davis Institute ol
Technology She attended the I'm
versity of Florida. Her husband
i- i graduate of Trinity Universitj
at San Antonio and is now a PhD
candidate and a teaching fellow
in psychology at the University oi
Texas His fraternit) is Tau Delta
Phi.
The couple will be at home at
1203 C Mar-hall I.aiie. Aii-tm. Tex .
after Jan 1.
Skit Will Hail
New SDT Chapter
Her Mother Tells Judith's Betrothal
Miss Judith Rae Wapner and
Harold Zuckerman are engaged.
The bride-elect is the daughter of
Mrs. Samuel Wapner and the late
Mr. Wapner, 472 NW 2nd ave.,
Miami.
Miss Wapner graduated from
Creston High School in Grand Rap-
ids, Mich., and attended the'Uni-
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The couple are planning an April (let WJP**"^ JELST !
wedding
MLss Berenstein attended the \n Ann. to Donald Dickernun. son
University of Miami, where she j 0{ ur. and Mrs. Benjannn Ujcker-
architecture at the University of
Florida. The bride-elect received
Mart-Okkacrran I her degree cum Uude.
Mr and Mrs Alfred Mart. 1211 Both were members of Gargoyle,
lKh st. are announcing the en- architecture honorary at the V. of
gagement of their daughter. Shir- F. Miss Dempsey has receive* the
G Kohner,600SW64u,.
ush* is the daughterI
Marry Mufson, 5785 Pin,
and Mr. Samutl Hi
York.
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi.
Mr. Sheppard is a student at the
University of Miami. His frater-
nity is Pi Lambda Phi.
The couple are planning a Feb. 3
wedding
men. Chelsea. Mass.
Both the bride-elect and her
fiance attended the University of
Miami, where they met.
Miss Mart is now a student at the
Chandler School for Women in
Boston.

Dewimy fiiller
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Dempsey.
,. u.. ro, u, | %s^gft.
is being announced by Mr and Jq charles GiUer M Df Mr aid
Mrs. Jack Mayer. 1935 Marseille dr. Mrs Morris Giller. 9001 NW 12th
The groom-elect is the son of Mr ct. The wedding date has been set
and Mrs. Jack Tannenbaum. 905 for Feb. 21.
Mayer Tinntnbium
The engagement of t'.uir daugh-
Araerican Institute of Architects'
silver medal for outstanding work.
She has also received recognition
by the American- Academy in Rome.
Both are AIA members now. Mr.
Giller is a member of the firm of
Nrman M. Giller It Associate*.
architects and engineers here.

Grotunart-EaWUtain
The engagement of their daugh
ter. Marilyn, is being announced j Miami,
here by the bride-elect's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Grossman. Brook-
lyn. N.Y.
Mr. Kohner is the nl
Ruth Silvern. Coral Gahlal
late Leo Kohner. '
The bride-elect auniJ
versity of Miami and is ,|
of Iota Alpha Pi sorori '
graduated from th
Miami and belonftd tola
Phi.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Edel-
stein, 753 Michigan ave.
Miss Grossman is a Brooklyn Col-
lege graduate associated with the
New York University-Bellevue Med-
ical Center. Mr. Edelatein is a
graduate of the University of Flor-
ida.

WaxUr-Sernerd
Renee Wexler. daughter of Mrs.
Eatelle Wexter. SSI SW 11th sk.
and the later Edward Wexler, is
TTSJSrs^i^si^ Midd^ct^./'*'
o^the Beards, ** ^'engagement of M
The bride-eleet Mended Miami ''ene Lou-
Senior High School and Davis In- i *, ,. ,m ,,
st.tute of Technology. Her fiance J% Ei^e at
The bride-elert
Barman-Miller j University of Alabama
Mrs. Florence G. Berman. Holly- s!1ude"t Carn*gK
wood, and Joseph J. Berman, Long Jf.".l"'0^ r
Her fiance is Harold Edelstein, I Island, N.Y., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Harriet,
to Stuart Mark Miller, son of Mr
and Mrs. Benjamin B. Miller. 145
N. Shore dr. Miami Beach.
The couple are planning to be
married in August.
Miss Berman attends Bofstra Col-
lege in Long Island. Her f an
student at the Inivoi-ity of Flor-
ida.

Wigodner-Kohnar
June is the wedding date of Miss
Eileen Joan W'igodner and Donald
ed Massachusetts Ins)
jnology.
They plan to be
June.
Fuchs, Kaufman Eve June Wedding
j v. ^ ^...v ii vuvuug Columbia Intversitv. is in his first
Mr aae Mrs Samuel Kuchv ef Beach Senior Hiuh School. She is year at the New York University
Kinston. M and Miami Beach.'now in her second year at Bran- school of law. He is the grandson
announce the engagement of their dels University in Waltham. Mass [of Mrs. Benjamin SkideUsky of
daughter, ( arol Freda, to Gerald : Her father is secretarytreasurer New York, and the late Rabbi
Samuel Kaufman, son of Mr and (of the Hampton Shirt Company of SkideUsky. and of Mr and Mrs
Mrs Benjamin Kaufman. New York, New York City and chairman of Max Kaufman, also of New York.
C' u j ,_ ,h board o( d,rec,ors of Sam" i The groom-elect is the 1956 Na-
Miss ruchs attended the Lear sons Incorporated. Kinston. \ tional Collegiate AthleUc Assn
School and graduated from Miami Mr Kaufman, a graduate of the | sabre champion.
A June wedding is planned.
Club I Pious Fete
Club 1 of Greater Miami Pioneer
Women's Organizations will hold
its second annual New Year's eve
dinner dance Monday at the ojral
Hungarian restaurant I r... ii
dances and singing will be fea-
tured. Chairman of the evening is
Ramaz School of New York and \ Mrs Sarah Kunin.
Melfzer Un
The Dedication
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol Glass, 568 W Lear School She is a junior at the ll UU1 ^"VtMItJU
49th st, Miami Beach, formerly of I niverMty of Miami, majonng in Meyer Birman. of 322 SW 17th |
Monroe. NY., announce the en- zoology, and belongs to lota Alpha ave announces the engagement of
gagement of their daughter. Bar- Pi social sorority his daughter. Evelyn, to Frederick
bara Lita. to Albert Sonny Kes- Mr Ke-hr i-a graduate of West Blnmenthal. son of Mr. and Mrs
T .......... ,..,__ Phdadelpsua High School and a '^'ng M. Blumenthal. 1752 SW
Daa't Mtfh forth; rl* afthiiotcietM P"-*^*1 Mud'nt at the Univer Uth ter.
sity of Miami. He belongs to Tri The bride-elect, daughter of the
Beta honorary and the German *' **rs. Sarah Birman. attended
and Chemistry clubs. mIvx>1s in Buffalo. NY., and was
The couple are planning to be g*J** frhm "'mi S*'
, tlign School, where she was a mem-
married Jan. 27 at Temple Beth ^ o( phi r*,,, G.mm. Counri.
shoU)m and Cisum. music honorary She!
attended the University of Miami]
: and is now employed by American I
1 Title and Insurance Company
Mr. Blumenthal graduated from
.Miami Senior High School and at-
t tended undergraduate school at the
1 niversity of Miami as a scholar
-hip student, where he was a mem-
|ber and past president of his so-
cial fraternity. Sigma Alpha Mu.
and a member of Alpha Ep-ilon
Delta, pre professional honorary
He is now attending the Ini-
varalt) of Maryland dental college
| in Baltimore and is a member of
- Alpha Omega uental fraternity.
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4Jj)ar ^yVlitzvah
Harriet Seitlin to
Be Bas Mitzvah
Harriet Marsha Seitlin will be-
come Bas Mitzvah during Friday
evening services of Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg will officiate.
Harriet's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Seitlin. 1819 SW 23rd st.. Mi-
ami, will be hosts at an Oneg Shab-
bat in her honor following the
:ce.
The Bas Mitzvah attends eiehth
grade at Shenandoah Junior High
School, where she i* a member f
the Sports club and the whoa]
cln - to United Sxnugogue Youth,
Young Judaea and the adult choir.
Guests will Include her grand-
1 ..rents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seit-
lin. Miami Beach. In for the holi-
days la Harriet's sister. Barbara, a
Student at Sophie Newcomb Col-
lege, New Orleans, La. Attending
the service with her will be her
roommate and the Seitlina' hou-e
| iett, Mis< Carolyn Frohsin. of
.Alexander City. Ala.
MISS StLAINt BSNAIM
MISS HARRIET SEIT1IN
Temple Zion Site
Of Bas Mitzvah
Selaine. daughter of Mr and
Mrs. William Benaim. 1030 SW 15th
st.. will become Bas Mitzvah dur-
ing Friday night services of Temple
Zion.
Selaine is an eighth grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High
and attends Temple Zion reliigous
school. At Wfd Miami, she is presi-
dent of her class. She belongs to the
United Synagogue Youth chapter
of the Temple
Out-of-town guests at the cere-
mony will include Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Nelson, of New York City,
Selainc's grandparent-.
North Shore Bar Mitivah
Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs.
' Sidney Land, Purchase. NY., will
, become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
! morning. Dec. 29, at the North
Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will conduct the serv-
ices.
Oui"Of-7owners
Will Fete Marc
The Bar Mitzvah of Marc Peter
Firestone, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Edward Cohen. 6601 San Vi-
cente. Coral Cables, will be held
on Saturday morning at Temple
Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will
officiate.
Marc is an eighth grade student
at Ponce de Leon Junior High
School.
A luncheon will be served at the
Temple following the services, and
a reception and dinner party is
scheduled for the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Cohen at 6 o'clock.
Among out-of-town guests will be
Marc's great-grandfather. Morris
Berman. of Wood mere. Long Is-
land; his grandparents, Dr. and
Mrs. Milton B. Berman. Brooklyn.
N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Firestone of Dorchester, Mass;
aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs.
William Lichtenstien, Brooklyn,
N.Y.; Rabbi and Mrs. Morton M.
Berman, Chicago, III.; Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Richman, Woodmere; Rab-
bi and Mrs. Samuel A. Berman,
Jersey City, N.J.; and Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Loss, Miami.
.Friday. December 28. I95
Jill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jules P. Channing, will be
Bas Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing at Temple Emanu-El. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate. Jill is a ninth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
and attends Temple Emanu-
El religious school.
MARC FIRESTONE
Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol S. Pine. 9325 Bay dr..
Surfside, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 28 at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronen will officiate.
Stephen's father is a member
of board of directors of Beth
Sholom. Hi? mother is presi-
dent of Sisterhood.
Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Rosenthal, 1745 Calais
dr., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. Dec. 29. at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Stephen is a
student in religious school of
the Center and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High.
Two Will Become
Bar Mitzvah
Two students of Beth David re-
ligious school will become Bar
Mitzvah at Sabbath morning serv-
ices. Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg
will officiate.
Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Schaffel, 2018 SW 17th st.,
is an eighth grade student at Shen-
andoah Junior High School and has
been studying Hebrew for the past
five years.
Out-of-town guests will be aunts
and uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Kalman '
Goldstein, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. and !
Mrs. Arthur Fastenberg, Great j
Neck, L.I.; and his grandmother, i
Mrs. Yetta Goldstein. Brooklyn.
A reception at the Algiers hotel
will be held Saturday evening.
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kamen. is also a student at Shen-
andoah Junior High School, re-
sides at 2166 SW 21st st. and has
been outstanding in Hebrew stud-
ies He graduated last year from
Beth David religious school and is
continuing in the Hebrew High
School.
Fredlyn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Era Rosenfeld. 7541 W.
Treasure dr., will become Bas
Mitzvah Friday evening, Dec.
28, during late services of
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Fredlyn is a
student in religious school of
the Center and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High.
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Mohel Bar Mitzvah
Frederick, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Mohel. 680 E. 8th ct..
Hialeah. will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, Dec. 29, at the
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Cen-
ter. Rabbi Herman Cohen will
officiate. Frederick is a student in
the religious school of the Center
and attends Miami Springs Junior
High School, where he is in the
seventh grade. Mr. and Mrs. Mohel
will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat
Friday evening.
litrin Bar Mitzvah
Lonnie Zitrin. son of Mr. and
.Mrs. Michael Zitrin. 3801 NW
j 173rd ter will become Bar Mitz-
I vah on Saturday. Dec. 29, at 9 a.m.
services of Temple B'nai Sholom.
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Lfav.Ptcemb" 28.
1956
-.JewI st fhrMinn
Met Opera Stars Slated for Miami
I nwra low* this year ire prom
LTthe m<-' brilliant perform-
ft! i thelB-yr history of the
If?. Guild which has engaged
E^reatest galaxy of Metropolitan
d,rs for leading roles.
"Si! was the forecast of Dr. Ar-
uo di Filippi- director and gen-
5 manager, who Wednesday _n-
Lanced that seven of the world s
K, voice- will be heard here
Kr ihe first time in the two pro-
Jctien- scheduled for Dade coun-
ty and Miami Beach auditoriums,
tith an eigh h star already known
LJloved here
HrsMSt" will open the season tn,
iami. Jan 14 and 19, and at Mi
ni Beach, Jan. 16.
Its drama will be balanced by
ion Pasquale," a lusty comedy re-.
Lived with great success three
wrs ago by the Metropolitan, to;
* heard Feb. 18 and 23 in Miami
jad at Miami Beach, Feb. 20.
Giuseppe Campora, handsome
ding tenor of the Met and La,
Scala. sings the "Faust" title role,
with Cesare Slepl, its great basso,
as the arch-conspirator Mephis
topheles. Marguerite's tragedy will
be portrayed in the thrilling lyrir
soprano of Nadine Conner, a na-
tive Californian, who last year add
ed it to her extensive Metropolitan
repertoire. Valentine, her soldier
brother, will be sung by Cornell
MecNeil, dramatic baritone of New
York's City Center
Minor roles will be *ung by Cu-
ban contralto Martha Pineda, Rob-
ert Medaris, baritone, and Johanna
Meier, meizfl soprano, scholarship
-tw4ents at the University of Miami
Opera Workshop, sponsored l;y the
Opera Guild.
Understudies for Marguerite are
Guild chorus members Marlene
Bsbarah, Coral Gables housewif?,
and Joan Sena, recently heard on
Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scoots.
"Don Pasquale" will be sung by
Met stars who shared in its re-
vival, with Fernando Cor end. lead-
ing basso buffo, in the title role.
lyric tenor Cesare VaJlettl as Ml
nephew and heir Ernesto; and
Frank Guarrera. American bari-
tone, returning for hi- fourth ap-
pearance, as the scheming Malates-
ta. Brooklyn-born Elaine Malhir..
who made her Town Hail debut at
14 and with the San Carlo Opera
at 17, will be heard as Norina, the
: romantic interest.
Both operas are supixirted by the
183-voice Opera Guild chorus, after
jsix months rigorous training by >u
Filippi, assisted by conductor W'il
'liam LeDoux and Lina Maddaford.
! pianist and coach.
"Faust" stars will be honor
guests at the traditional midnight
"star supper" at Top o' the Colum-
bus, following its Jan. 14 opening.
Candlelight supper for stars of
"Don Pasquale"-will be at the Al-
giers hotel on Feb. 20, after the
Miami Beach performance.
NADINl COHNtK
'Around the World in 80 Days' Opens
With Special 1902 Rocket Trip to Moon
Seeking
lo match
a spectacular opening As the regulation-size screen
his spectacular film, zooms to gigantic TODD-AO pro-
"Around the World in 80 Days." | portions and Melies' black and
which opened exclusive Southern | white images burst into brilliant
engagement at Florida State Thea- Eastmancolor, a sleek Corporal
tres' Sheridan in Miami Beach last
Friday evening, producer Vichae?
Todd decided to utilize the gieat-
est extreme in contrast: he could
find.
At great expense, he obtained a
rare print of the grand-daddy ol .ill
science-fiction movies, George
Melies' celebrated "The Trip to the
Moon." Made in 1902 and
Rocket replaces the 1902-vintage
space-ship and explodes skyward,
revealing an eerie panoramic view
of the Earth's surface, as seen from
stratospheric heights.
The effect upon the audience is
devastating, inevitably producing a
reaction of stunned silence. The
exciting results completely com-
pensated Todd for the difficulties
he encountered in obtaining the
on a story by Jules Verne, as is t iwuuwm................
"Around the World in 80 Day-." it Melies film. Although the pioneer
strikingly sets the stage tor what French film-maker made more than
follows. 4.000 short films, his movies have
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Activities on Tap
For Teenagers
An annual social function and a
series of athletic leagues are among
the many activities on tap for the
teenage groups co-sponsored by
Temple Judea and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, it
"as announced by Mrs. Samuel
Bloch. chairman of the joint youth
activities committee for both or-
ganizations.
Alpha Gamma Iota, a senior
high school girls' group, held its
Palermo ave. Highlights includ-
ed the selection of "Mr. Snow-
man." who was chosen from
among nominees presented bv each
of the clubs affiliated with GMJCC,
and special entertainment under
the direction of Jo Anne Brodky,
entertainment chairman for AGI.
A basketball league, open to all
senior high school girls' clubs af-
filiated with the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center is being
| sponsored by the same club, it was
i announced by Eleanor Friedl, pres-
ident, and Rochelle Mindell, ath-
letic committee chairman, who stat-
!ed that their club would provide a
i trophy to the winning team. The
; league is part of the active com-
munity service program conducted
by AGI as a means of increasing
community interest and spirit on
the part of senior high school clubs.
A volleyball league has been or-
ganized by Sigma Rho, it was an-
nounced by Chuck Steinmetz. presi-
dent. The Sol Kassin Trophy, in
memory of a past member of the
group, will be offered to the club
winning the most games.
Paul White, chairman of the ath-
letic committee, responsible for
organizing the tournament, has list-
ed a schedule of 30 games involv-
ing eight boys' clubs affiliated with
GMJCC. The first game is sahed-
iy evening, Jan. 7.
A Miami Beach retired dentist.
KBO has been spreading his doc-
trines of good health and long life
for many years, was recently hon-
ored on the occasion of his 75th
birthday.
He is Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
founder of the well-known Spin-
oza Outdoor Forum, which meets
regularly on the lawn of his home
at 11th st. and Ocean ct.
A cake, baked by women of the
Spinoza Forum, as well as a huge
turkey, was served. Tasting a
morsel of the cake, but refusing
the turkey, 30-year-long vegetari-
an Dr. Wolfson declared: "I eat
no one."
Dr. Wolfson is the author of
"Spinoza: Life of Reason." He is
also the author of "The Road to
Health and Happier Living" and
"Live a 100 Years Happily." For
more than 20 years, he has been
director of the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, where lectures are given
by prominant speakers on science,
philosophy, music, health and
current events.
During the winter season. Dr.
Wolfson delivers ten lectures on
"The Heavens and the Earth."
Admission is free to all lectures.
Five years ago, when Dr. Wolf-
son reached 70, he deeded part
of his property to the Spinoza
Forum Foundation so that the'love with it. He was undaunted by
continued educational work of the formidable price demanded by
the Melies estate for a print of it
and, under an onslaught of the
famed Todd powers of persuasion.
the Spinoza Forum would be as-
sured.
Dr. Wolfson was born Nov. 24.
1881. in a small town in Poland.
He came to America in 1902, sup-
porting himself through dental
school by giving Hebrew lessons.
the Melies family relented and
"The Trip to the Moon" became an
integral part of the film.
"Around the World in 80 Days
HrrEmanJa. N^uman, president h TODD-AO will not he shown
of the Zionist Organization of
and the Sheridan engagement is on
a twice-daily basis with all seats
reserved.
Vaudeville Show
At Variety Theatre
BOSSES FOR A DAY AT MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL Miami
Beach High School seniors Michael Miller and Brenda Kashon
(standing) observe procedures of Mount Sinai s admitting office,
as they took over duties, respectively, of Samuel FarberJhoB
pital comptroller, and Samuel Zibit. assistant executive director,
in "Boss for a Day" program sponsored jointly '^""j
by the high school and Miami Beach Chambe* rf Commerce.
Michael, ion of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, ol! 935> Marse.lie.
dr.. want, to be a hospital administrator. B.enda. daunhter o.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirshon. 766 91st st., wants to be a medical
illustrator.
America, was one of his pupils
He graduated in 1907, practiced
for over 25 years, then turned |
his practice over to his son, came |
to Miami Beach and built his j
"Spiral Hermitage by the sea,"j
converting his lawn for the Spin-
oza Forum site.
Among his frieds. Dr. Wolfson Ieqitimae theatre will once
is known as the "perfect vege- jn be in operation on Miami
tarian." He subsists entirely on :'Beach whcn ,nP New Variety Play-
fruits, nuts and vegetables. Occa-: hou-.c (>wncl] ana operated by the
sionally he cooks some wild rice, i |an management, inaugurates
He prepares his meals himself. |a serics 0f Yiddish-American .-hows.
When one beholds for the first scheduled to begin Jan. 1 and con-
time, his lean, tanned body and tinue throuph April,
unwrinkled face, it is hard to ac- Beginning last week, toe riay-
cept the fact that Dr. Wolfson is house opened a two-week schedule
"only" 75 years old. Lf the -ame order as the old-time
vaudeville theatre. During then
iwo weeks, a feature picture is be-
ing shown pin- variety acts,
which is a policy to be continued
until the first of the year
An RS-man advisory council has ..\ppearins at the Variety_
been1 Sned 15 .he IW hou on the current ngmg*
Baptist Hospital building fund earn- bill are Max and Rose^Bozvk
mien according to Miami Mayor te| stein. Menasha Hoppenheim.
Randa" N Christmas, general Florence Weiss and Leon Schach-
chairman of the drive. _. who is probably the
-I am happy to see so many of, Jtoll) g Yiddish-American
the leading citizens of **^b^J3a9. is scheduled to
ity taking key roles in such an im theatre Pe ^ ^ Varjety p,ay.
portant effort." Christmas said. l^^ Jan jn the {irst present*
They realize as I am sure tne,^ Make Mamma Happy." Also
people of Dade county realize -;scheduled t0 be in this first show
the very great need for additional,^ ^ well.know Jacob KaHsh.
hospital facilities in this area," he
12 Sinai Students
Get Scholarships
Twelve -Indents in the Mt. Sinai
hospital school of practical nurs-
ing have been awarded S300 nurs-
ing scholarships by the Department
of Education of the State of Flor-
ida, Max Orovitz, president of the
hospital, announced this week.
The scholarships were awarded
on the basis of competitive exam-
inations and will be retroactive to
Sept. 1, Orovitz said.
Scholarship winners, all of whom
are currently enrolled at Mt. Sinai,
are Mrs. Anita Braham. N. Miami
Beach; Miss Emily Burlow, Miami
Beach; Miss Donna Davis, Ft.
Pierce; Miss Myrna Greenblat, Cor-
al Gables.
Mrs. Huldah Jordan, Tampa; Miss
Kathleen LaCroix, Ft. Myers; Miss
Marguerite Romer, Miami; Miss
Wilma Rutledge, Miami Beach;
Miss Rita Schiftcr. Miami; Mrs. Ed-
na Skinner, Hialcah; Mrs. Susan
Skolnick, Miami Beach; and Mrs.
Mary Sonn, Zephyrhills.
The school is a major project of
the hospital's Women's Auxiliary.
Baptist Hospital
Drive Sparked
be /Mrs. GoMman Installed
said.
More than $3,000,000 will ~: -" Mrs Alexander Ko-
needed in order to build two units I Th horn. M ^ ^
of the non-sectarian, non-prof t gan on Ro al ^
ncspital- one unit of which....I, scene J^wee^ ^ ^
Granada blvd., Coral
week of
the former Miami country ciu ^ as new pat.
=TS donated C^Z^ ^ *P "~
Tg Davis in South Dade county, sorority here.
Leon Schacter brought his all-
star Yiddish-American vaude-
ville to completely remodel-
ed New Variety Theater. 550
Washington ave.. during the
week of Dec. 17.


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Friday, December tti
Federal Judge Warns
Against Continued
Shortage of Teachers
NEW YORKFederal Judge Simon E. Sobeloff warned last week
that American Jewry ".shall lose another generation" unless drastic
steps are taken to meet the shortage of educational personnel which
he described as staggering."
Judge Sobeloff was principal speaker at the 17th anniversary
dinner of the American Assn. for Jewish Education at the Hotel Roose-
velt. New York City, attended by
some 500 Jewish educators and1 fen xhool enrollment," lie ascrib-
leaders in all walks of Jewish life. ^ tnis development to a religious
The dinner was in honor of the revival and to the desire for iden-
av-ociations president. Dr. Philip tification and belonging.
W. Lown. | 7he speaker alluded to the seri-
In his address, the former Sol- QUS ,ack of teacners supervisors
icitor General of the I nited States and other pducational personnel
l,MUSsing the future of Jewish fc the educational field He said
religious education and of Jewish ^ ,.jn (he next (en ele_
.--.
life in general, asserted that "we
are witnessing a great boom in Jew-
Coro/ Chapter Meeting
Coral chapter of the American
Medical Center will meet Wednes-, than ^
day morning, Jan. 2. at the Park .._/__.____.-__j ,t ,. _:.:__._j
mentary schools will need to en-
large their total teaching force
more than they did in the previous
35 years." He further asserted that
"colleges and universities will have
to add more teachers in the next
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Members ol Young Men's Division of Federa-
tion participate in candlelighting ceremonies
at Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
Left to right are Israel Silver. Town Branch
director. Robert Shorr. Mr. and Mrs. lack Em-
mer, Rolla Hatz. Susan Gordon. Lois Groh,
Alberta Hohauser, Louis Weintraub, Jill Mar]
cus, Rita Kaplan. Naomi Sudnow. Mrs. Joel
Meyer. Emanuel Smith, Institute chairman
Joel Meyer, A. Budd Cutler. Stuart Winston,
chairman. Town Branch planning council, and
Efraim Gale, GMJCC executive director.
Three Beach Leaders Take Key Postsl
history combined. It is estimated
that more than one half million
Ralph Gitlin
meeting.
is in charge of the
Lane restaurant, according to an
announcement by Mrs Jack Gor.jmon, schoo) teachprs wii; ^ need.
don. president. Vice- president Vr. I ^ jn ig65 tnap JJ have |oday
he said.
The dinner, which was presided
over by Michael A. Stavitsky. hon-
orary president of the association,
was highlighted by the presentation
Proceeds tor Cardiac Home
Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. of
Delta PH Epsilon will give a bene- of the Mark Eisner Award to Dr.
lit card party for the National
Children's Cardiac Home Wedncs-
Lown, in recognition of his 40
years of distinguished service to
day Bigitt, Ian. 2. at the Algiers Jewish education and to the Amer-
h"'ol Mrs Marvin Guberman II in
charge of tickets.
Young Adult Dance
Temple Emanu-El Young Adults
*ill hold their annual "Gtytaal
Ball Sunday evening. Dec. 30. in
the Temple social hall. Woody La-
Vine and his orchestra will be fea-
tured for dancing, with a special
added attraction.
ican Jewish community. The pre-
sentation of the award was made
by Merwin Lewis, member of the
New York Bar.
Mark Eisner, whose name the
award carries, was former presi-
dent of the Board of Higher Edu-
cation of the City of New York.
Lown is the second recipient of the
Mark Eisner educational award.
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, honorary
president of the association, re-
ceived the award last year.
Three Miami Beach businessmen
were Wednesday named to import-
ant posts in the 1957 Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Carl Susskind
Shepard Board
and David Levin
son accepted ap
pointments with
the Business and
Professions Divi-
sion, the largest
of all CJA cam
paign units,
which annually
raises more than
one-half of the UOAD
total funds in the campaign.
Susskind will head the giant
Business and Professions Division
which comprises more than 40 bus-
iness, trades and professional
groups. These units develop inter-
nal solicitation drives within their
specific industries and trades. Suss-
kind will shortly announce the ap-
pointment of a steering committee
I comprised of the community's top
business executives whose function
will be to reach all of Dade coun-
ty's businessmen and urge their
participation in the critical cam-
paign.
Susskind recently served as
chairman of the commercial com-
mittee of the Mt. Sinai hospital
drive. He has served for many years
as a member of the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and has been active
with its executive and budget com-
mittees
Broad, developer and mayor of
the town of Bay Harbor, will be
chairman of the CJA Miami Beach
Residents Division. He was chair-
man of the Bay Harbor Communi-
ties Division in last year's campaign
and has been active in CJA for
many years.
Broad is a member of the board
of governors and executive commit-
tee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and was the first presi-
dent and one of the founders of
the Miami Beach Zionist District.
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He is also founder of two banki'
institutions and is president ol tl
Mercantile National Bank of Mia
Beach.
Levinson will again head the in
portant Hotels Division for 195
He held the same campaign po
last year and led the division to
record achievement. Levinson is
sociated with the Algiers hotel an!
has for many years been promi
; ently identified with local civic, r
ligious and philanthropic activitie
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