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

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

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jnuary 11. 1957
Javits Hits Possible
User Return to Gaza;
lessimistic on Peace Talk
YORK (JTA) "The newly announced determination of
Eisenhower to seek stand-by authority for the use even of
forces in the Middle East as a deterrent against Communist
In opens a new and decisive phase in our country's Middle
Cv Sen. Jacob K. Javits declared here this week at a reception
l,v the American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs.
Iv implemented, the Prea-
n can be the beginning
trances: 1. to the world
Id War HI will not start in
II,. East crisis; 2. to Israel
[ill not again be submitted
[tolerable threats to its na-
|e and 3. to France and
htain of freedom of Suez
derations from being tied
[an political control," Sen.
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JACOB JAVITS
Arabs Stymie UN Aid
Efforts, Official Says
Second in Spinoza
Lectures Scheduled
Second lecture in a course on
"The Philosophy of Spinoza" will
be given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson
Sunday evening at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean
ct, Miami Beach.
The lecture will deal with the
second book of Spinoza's ethics:
"The Origin and Nature of the
Human Mind."
Thursday evening. Dr. Wolfson
will speak on "The Heavens and
the Earth" as part of his course
in astronomy in memory of thel
late Charles H. Lee.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Egypt, Jordan, Syria and to a lesser
extent Lebanon have placed so
many obstacles in the effort of jthe
United Nations Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine refugees to
alleviate the lot of the Arab ref-
ugees that it may be necessary to
"suspend or terminate" UNRWA
activities in some of these coun-
1 u as in Israel recently,"
nucd. "I found the deepest
inn that while we inter-
pollcy to mean that we are
to hostilities as a way to
national tensions, our pol-
erpreted in Israel as a part
etaa which will build up ^^ unIesg the governmentJi glve
the UN "open and full coopera-
tion."
That was part of a blast at the
Arab governments delivered here
this week by Henry R. Labouisse.
director of UNRWA. in his annual
report to the General Assembly.
ser despite a military
Israel, it is thought that
dup is not checked it
able Col. Nasser to realize
tton to dominate the Arab
rhaps the whole Moslem
i
snator declared he was "not
lie about achieving direct
ions between the Arab
id Israel on a peace treaty."
ly for relief purposes, Egypt and
Syria both have created "particu-
lar difficulties" by trying to curb
UNRWA's freedom to appoint
members needed for its staffs, and
in some instances has refused UN
RWA personnel the right to leave
the countries even on offical UN
RWA business, the UN director
states in his report.
Or. Fisher Speaks Sunday
"Idealism and Materialism An
Evaluation" will be the subject of
a talk Sunday morning at Koubek
Center by Dr. Granville Fisher, of
The report, which touched only (the University of Miami. He will
DAILY PICK-UPS TO NIW YORK
M. LIEBERHAN & SONS
to Israel
Presented Sunday
pn Maurice Mamches and
[Kelemer will appear at a^
Sunday evening in Beth
Pongregation. A free round
[Israel is among prizes to be
Id by Councilman Bernard
|at the concert. Morris Kre-
lairman of Beth Jacob re-
lehool, is in charge of the
Proceeds are for the school.
on the activities of the last fiscal
year, ending June 30. 1956. speci-
fied numbers of serious hurdles
placed in the path of UNRWA by
the four Arab states which are
"host" countries where 922.279 of-
ficially-designated Arab refugees
are now registered with UNRWA.
Jordan has failed to keep its
promise to help clear the UNRWA
rolls of so-called refugees who may
not be entitled to any relief at
all. according to the La Bouisse re-
port. Jordan has also insisted on
restricting UNRWA activities by
imposing import taxes on supplies
brought into the country exclusive-
address members of the Miami So-
ciety for Ethical Culture.
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Volume 31 .. ,01:7
Friday, January 11. W
She vat 9. 5717
Miami Must Meet the Challenge This
t Year's Emergency Needs Pose for CJA
for the Jews throughout the nation and the years. ru,lr*H Persons Jewish
world or it can be just another area-W1de 1, means new Displ ^JP"8^' anew
effort at philanthropy. refugees aaam fleeing to **J .
On that evening, the Combined Jewish elsewhere but with this difierence. a Je.
Appeal kicks off its 1957 campaign with the State. Israel,
traditional initial gifts dinner.
One may truly speak of this year's CJA yji m M /*|aar CtftrU
drive as "unprecedented." For one thing. Com ^TchISTICS ICII 0 WvOi JlUI J
bined Jewish Appeal is aiming at a SI.468,000 ,
goal. For another, there is the question of the Nor is this the sole refugee sjtuation witn
S 100,000,030 UJA national emergency fund. which Israel must deal today, even as
This latter figure is to be raised by Jewish people are straining every resource to mam
communities across the nation as a means of tain her defences in the face of renewed threats
supporting Israel's pressing immigration needs, of Egyptian attack -threats e x pressed by Nas
Greater Miami's share in this national fund ser the day United Nations forces moved into
has been set at SI,500,000 by the United Jewish Port Said to bail him out of his difficulties and
Appeal. Never in the history of the community to reinstate him as dictator of his hatreds,
here has so much been asked of local residents. Out of the cauldron that is Hungary today
But the facts of current events, we believe, stream thousands upon thousands of Jews
are manifest. They eloquently speak for the each, like their fellow Hungarians, seeking
emergent situation expressed by these figures, freedom from Soviet oppression. Many ol these
cs well as for the demand placed upon Miam- refugees will inevitably reach Israel.
kins. In the case of beleaquered Israel, people It is to aid these people, as well as the
everywhere concerned with justice must watch Jewish State in her supreme moment of survival
idly as the United Nations recreates the power nnd humanitarian challenge, that the Combined
ol dictator Nasser. Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami is dedicated.
Virtually destroyed by the recent Israeli Initial gift givers Tuesday eveninq will be
action in the Sinai Peninsula and by the light- called upon to do their part. Statistics those
ening success of the Anglo-French maneuver frequently cold and inhuman facts of contem-
ct Suez, Nasser today rises from the rubble of porary living tell a warm and revealing, if
his ruin a mightier source of evil on the Near somewhat frightening story.
Eastern scene than before. Ironically, the in- They tell us that Miami's SI,500,000 share
strument of his rebirth is the UN an organi- jn the national S100.000.000 emergency fund
zation dedicated to world harmony and right- can save 1.500 Jewish lives. Miami thus has a
eousness. personal stake in the qiaantic Combined Jew-
ish Appeal task for 1957. One thousand fellow-
Jews depend upon the campaign's outcome, in
addition to the countless other Jews across the
face of the world's trouble points, who depend
upon the regular CJA goal for continued support
of life-saving programs in their behalf.
Initial gift givers Tuesday will set the tone
for the '57 drive. They must answer the call
of these Jews seeking the simple right to
human survival a right some, in the opulence
surrounding them, take for granted. With their
generosity as a cue. Greater Miami Jewry will
follow suit.
Major Factors at Stake
What does this mean for Israel?
It means a return to the intolerable days
before Oct. 29 the launching date of the
Sinai drive when Egyptian commandos
nightly raided, killed and looted innocent
Israeli men, women and children.
It means never-ending Egyptian vows to
destroy Israel bluntly made, publicly ex-
pressed, shamelessly acted upon.
It means tacit United Nations acceptance
cf general Arab agqressiveness and continu-
ing censure of Israeli defense moves.
It means renewed economic warfare by
illegal blockade blackmail of Western na-
tions doing business with Israel by promising
cessation of oil trade.
It means the unleashing of anti-Semitic,
genocidal forces in Egypt in the worst Nazi
tradition, with untold numbers of Egyptian Jews
divested of their property, their homes, their
position in the community in most cases
Our New State Attorney
Richard E. Gerstein has taken office as
state attorney. This job for the first time
also includes the duties of the county solicitor,
whose post is now merged with that of the
state attorney's.
Gerstein's is a new and young face on the
political horizon, and the reception he is being
accorded both in the general press and among
community leaders here has been gratifyinq.
There is no doubt that the task before Dick
Gerstein is large. But he has proven his ability
in the past io deal with diflicult situations both
as a soldier and an attorney. This experience
should stand him in good stead.
May we add our own best wishes to Dick
Gerstein. His overwhelming choice by the peo-
ple of this area for the post of state attorney
spells "good things ahead" in Dade county.
1
during the week
an i **e it
by LEO MINDLIN
Friday. Trm.
UUNCAftiAN
American |2
"*" ,re "lor L,
news today. Whttji
few months ag0 *S
ran-Walter Act i! T*
; infinitely mor* q*h
J the name of hH
Only minority
and misguided liberals were foes of our national nriK^j*
, .hurt hile ago It is in the best American traditiji atttS
,n of its strict provisions. Gone art- the bmJ
. t,,I. McCarraB-Walter critics; forgotten arc the
01 iti Mipportrrv
Thc raci-l defense by Rep. Walter on the floor of
in of Edward Corel these and other"
1 battle ire faded memories. Faded, too, is t^
never fulfilled to alleviate the i
immigration law that was bringing low the reputation,
id. Principal impetus in the liberalization move w
! lent's imp l* Austria some two weeks ago ln H, u
u. the Hungarian crisis demands I lovinti
. M,. arm-Walter red tape ,*>,-
has the politically expedient become the
campaign promises could not elicit, the promise of a
hence now makes basically American. All nf whiehi
i 1 thi records of some of our more notable Cong
this immigration issue among them that of
Sen Sp. .ml Holland of the turns they ha\r taken m't_
and eddies of propagandistic flatulence. And all of W
the substance of this column but for the Preside*'.!
ano address t" the Senate and House Saturday.
THf SHOCK Of fffCOGMiTION
MR. ElSENHOWtPrS speech represents a total rejertioa f|
thmi; for which his Administration presumably stood mi
time Non-involvement was the G.O.P. key then: indeed,__
in, nt was the major theme of the President's talk to the natiait
houi ^ the launching of the Anglo-French Israeli,_
1 .' 1 .iinicr efforts to demonstrate the folly of Presidertfl
in thi v 11 I t were met. on an electioneering basis. wrrhi_
rtic American people must now deal with a severe shock gj
economic commitments and possible military in
er the imagination. These are the fundamental g]
hnwer's "new" policy for the very troublesome Middle I
the sober-minded, the shock may very well be welcome; ill
1 it reminds in realistic terms the millions who have
perfection" to the detriment of this nation's best intereaj
the I' very fallible, indeed.
Lest the excitement of his request to Congress obscure thc I
of Mr Ki-enliower's address, a review of some of these detail
ler To hcRin with, no power involved in tail
mentioned by name with the exception of nVI
t nion and Israel There were number of allusions to Bntntj
1 by inuendo served as focal points of
American "pardon Since Russia is presumably the motivaunf]
In-hind the -ocalled "Eisenhower Doctrine." Israel emerged I
almost singular role of culprit. Thus, the President specif
ferred i" Israel's "invasion" without demonstrating any
whatever for the long history of prior Egyptian provocation
In this regard. Mr. Eisenhower again made it clear to I
that he Mail no desire to identify either himself or this naua]
the fundamental crisis situation in the Middle East the I
impasse which, he declared, must be left for soM
the UN
THf GEOGRAPHY Of DECADES 460
IN HIS obvious allumns to Egypt, the President referred I
action- of Mime Middle East countries, that had developed*
out of unfounded fear. To allay this fenr Arab distaste ntl
rt of Israel he asked Congress for some BOM
in 1957 and again, in 1958. The total figure strangely resemhtal
00,000 loan dangled before Col. Nasser most of last wiattrj
spring and abruptly withdrawn early in the summer It was tail
of this loan for his Aswan Dam project that prompted!!
onalize the Suez Canal and that Impelled him to *MRj
CS "to choke on your fury."
retiring his remarks for the first time Saturday, Mr. I
r pointed to Greece. Turkey and Taiwan as earlier ex
ican guarantees in support of the integrity of foreign
>nl> had he turned full circle in his proposed offer to Naal
\ u.m loan so whimsically refused several months eartajj
tin President finally conceded the total bankruptcy of nil ~
polio i> adopting the policies of his erstwhile arch
Harrj Truman and Dean Acheson.
For however GOP propagandists split the difference.
clear interest in Greece and Turkey at the conclusion of Vlornll
1 was 1 jor force behind the Truman Doctrine ol cosUB*
and a practical example of the need for what later emerged 1
North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Tile Presidents refefeaaj
lid be comical in the extreme were the oecasiavr"
address not otherwise serious Here, his aides obviously rebel
I non identification of Taiwan with the more commonly r
Form
While on its face. Mr Elsenhower saw Formosa ia the ]
exalted cases of Greece and Turkey, his disguise was t**r
Won ol a \a-t Dulles failure.
THf POUCY Of HIS ARCH ENEMIES
fOR it wai to use the President's quaint, archaic
Wif'V "'"1 ,h'' Tach*n Islands that brought us to the no*J
nnnk of war" and that earned for us Chou En lai's derisive f
I P over it
, J" hl examples of bold U.S. policy abroad
QbZ, <\"r Kav' r^uwt- Mr Embower asoided *J
' ,"',h "'I Korea Again to ignore the issue while f-
dm no, :ub8Unr*- might have referred to it a^ Ch*
am no, ,ess ,nl)uU. {(y ^ ^^ than to huf"
IO expediency
[the address to Congress Saturday was a total arwirJjJ
had, e r"."n""n w,,n ,hose Personalities and doctrines of jl
dene T ;'Ul V ma"" >,ubllc "S in two campaigns or tfq
tor ?u 11 Up"n ,h* rM,"i' Puhlic enemy of them all -^
increase "" *ou,d m*n *" admiswkm of Mr. *
increasingly recognizab|e dfbt ^


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Paqe 5 A
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Inaugural Dinner Jan. 15 At Seville Hotel
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VE...VOLUHTEER...That Thev-YOUR FELLOW JEWS-May See A Safe Tomorrow


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Friday. January \\t ^
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cSSlSniS OpensCAicalDj
Continued from Page 1 A
campaign leaders from >*
coast with an address by Prime
Minister Ben Gurion. A TV-cast re-
port on the critical situation in
Egvpt and Hungary will also be
presented by Rabbi Herbert A.
Friedman, executive vice chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal. In
addition. UJA immediate past pres-
ident Edward M. M. Warburg and
UJA general chairman W lUiam
Rosenwald will discuss latest de-
velopments in the 1957 overseas
story.
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration president Howard
Kane said Wednesday that "it
is with a sense of historic re-
sponsibility that the p*oole of
this area must approach the
1957 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal drive. There is in us all
a deep awareness of history,
and it is as if we were a liv-
ing part of those who will re-
ceive CJA aid.
"For it is through our Com-
bined Jewish Appeal that we
really grow to feel that we live
for others, as well as for our-
selves. By giving too priority
to our local campaign," Kane
continued, "we ally ourselves
strongly and unswervingly
with the people of Israel."
Lt. Col. David Carmon. hero of
Israel's War of Liberation, will be
a guest of honor and principal
speaker at the inaugural dinner.
He fought with Ihe Hagganah. see-
ing active service on a number of
fronts, participated in the long
seige of Jerusalem, and in the
long campaign that liberated the
Negev.
Prior to and during the Sinai'
Peninsula campaign, he served as
second-in-command of an armour
ed brigade of the Israel regular
Chairman of the Initial Gifts Dl
vision is Samuel N. Friedland, na-
tionally prominent leader in Jew
ish affairs, whose civic, religious
and philanthropic activities have
brought him wide-spread recogni-
tion, honors and acclaim.
He has for man} years sponsored
the traditional Pacesetter's events
preceding the CJA inaui ural din-
ner. "Tlii- year, in view of the tra-
gic turn ol history overseas, h'
Insisted upon assuming the added
responsibility of leading the Initial
Gifts Division, the group which us-
ually raises a large bulk of Ihe
total campaign fund," Kane de
dared.
A host- committee of 69 com-
munal leaders will serve as Fried-
land's corps to greet the overflow
crowd Tuesday night. They have
seen action in previous campaigns,
many serve as presidents of top
organizations, most hold positions
IT. COl. CA*ON
oi top-level importance* Ui' '"""
al and international groups, and ail
are members of the hoard ol
erno, | eration and the < J \
campaign cabinet.
Greater Miami'- record lireak-
Irive will begin as local Jew-
ish leaders are receiving numerous
dispatches telling ol Nasser's
threatened mass expulsion ol
66.000 Jew?
lohn Serl
campaign chairmai test n ports
indicate thai nearly 4.000 Jews
have be* n placed in Nasser's con-
centration camps and hundreds
have been stripped ol their belong-
ings and driven out as pent
refugees At least 30.000 Jew
evt ritual confiscation ol their prop-
ertj and expulsion 01 these, 21.-
000 are already stateless, be indi-
cated
IDVtAtD WAfSUro
meanwhile responsible, for
an un| led How <>f Hun-
into the Miami
officials wore ad-
vised last week Through HIAS and
Joint Distribution Committee, both
beneficiaries of the CJA drive, fam-
ire being tran-p<>rted here
from : amp Kilmer. N.J.. as well
,i- [rom other center-, anil helped
to find homes and jobs. Funds sup-
plied bj the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation are channeled to the
Jewish Familj Service and the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
fur thi -e specialized tasks.
In addition to the immigration
crisis, CJA funds arc sought to
mounting health and welfare
NftUtT fllCDJNAN
requirements in Miami and ii
I United States. Dade county *m
] receives as much as 40 percat]
the regular campaign funds
for support of important a
such as lit. Sinai hospital,
Home for the Aged. Bureaij
Jewish Education Greater
Jewish Commumu Center...
Family Service. National Co
of Jewish Women and the
de Hirsch Loan Fund.
Among other major groups*
are beneficiaric- ol the Coat
Jewish Appeal are the AntM
mat ion League of B'nai |.
American Jewi-h Committee,!
ish War Veteran-. Americau
ish Congress, old Hadaaa,j
a host of educational and ad
institutions, more than 50 in <
Increases Mark Affair
For Top Leaders Here
"No single individual, no
matter how inspired or moved,
can possibly lead this his-
toric campaign to success sin-
gle-handed. I expect to call
upon each and ever Jewish
family to join in this human-
itarian crusade," Serbin de-
clared.
"It is exoected that vou will
accept your responsibility as
members of our Jewish com-
munity and that you will view
the Combined Jewish Appeal
as the arcep'erl prcmram 0f the
community for efficient fund
raising It is expected that vou
will not permit lack ot enthu-
siasm toward any of the par-
ticipating groups or interest
in a specific group to affect
your dedication to the success
of the total effort. It is expect-
ed that you will use your per-
sonal resources and your ener-
gies toward the successful
waging of this vital cam-
paign."
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Tripled and quadrupled contributions to Combined Jewish
Appeal were order of evening at Pacesetters dinner last week
at Eden Roc hotel. Host Samuel Friedland (second from right) is
shown flanked by CJA chairman John Serbin and Israel Con-
sul Reuven Dafni (right) greeting special guest Col. Shlomo
Lahat (extreme left), hero of Israeli Air Force.
Life-saving gifts to the Combined I
Jewish Appeal were quadrupled j
by many top community leaders at i
a pre-inaugural gifts dinner last!
week at the Eden Roc hotel.
Led by pace-setter Samuel Fried-!
land, every campaigner present;
announced substantial increases in
his gift to this year's crisis cam-
paign.
Action came swiftly following a
stirring address by Reuven Dafni.
Israel Consul and former Hagganah
hero, who brought a vivid and
shocking picture of immigration
conditions in the Mid-East and Is-
rael.
General chairman John Serbin
had high praise for the key cam-
paign group, which traditionally
comprises Miami's big contributors
to the annual fund drive. It was
noted that, in every case, hit; in
creases were given to the United
Jewish Appeal emergency rescue
fund, which is seeking $1,500,000
from Miamians as their share of
L'JA's national fund to save 100,000
refugees.
Jack Weiler, of New York City,,
national United Jewish Appeal
chairman, and Col. Shlomo Lahat,
of the Israeli Air Force, were
guests of honor at the brilliant
dinner
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-...SOCIALITE
tlte
w
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'WcM
Although lather and Carl Wainfcla are prepar-
ing to take a leading role in this year's CJA cam-
paign, they won't permit this to detract from their
social activities .
As a sign of things to come, their Lakeview
dr home this week included houseguests Mr. and
Mrs. M. O. Shorr, of Forest Hill*. NY-----
ire in-laws of their daughter, Mrs. Robert Guy Shorr ...
[Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rosenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
usiiis of the Welnkles from Atlanta .
[Miss Arlene Breeker, a niece from Savannah. To assure
jme by all. they were entertained Saturday evening at
oc hotel by >b-. nd Mrs. Sam Blank, whose guests also
joe darkeys, of Orange. N J------
ing of visitors, Frances and Lewis Makevsky have as
its at their West ave. home their children from Long
H Marie and Al Cba.lek and grandson Richard .
[ a food stores executive in New York. She is the niece of
Irs. Irwin Makevsky.
ihdlifiwiyhJEIIiOipidlilQun
Miami. Florida. Friday, January 11, 1957
Section B
Only 83, Rebecca Krieger Has
Retained Her Youthful Outlook
a busy
rrr*n
holiday season for artist Reyne and husband
iof all. they entertained Rabbi Robert Goldberg, of New
bnn. He officiated at the Arthur Millers' wedding
and Ban Glndv, of Anna Maria Island, their son-in-law
tcr. also popped in .
ie Youngorman agenda was an immediate return visit to
ind a play in which talented Judy who was a modern
fhiT here is appearing.
an eighth anniversary celebration for Rhode and Mel
Coral Gables, Wednesday evening at the Cotton Club .
led in Miami, the couple now have two children, Rryse
gnd Julia Ann, 3 r
Jight on Goings and Comings: Mr. and Mrs. Motes Gins-
Ertained their son and daughter-in-law here briefly prior
return to New York City The Maurice Ginsbergs also
short stay at Key West during their South Florida jaunt
sister Mrs. Nancy Block, and son Irving were hosted by
sld last week They are now back in Brooklyn .
irs, of Chicago, is being entertained by the Matthew
B35 Fairway dr., his brother-in-law and sister ... A New
loliday was enjoyed in Havana by Bank of Miami Beach
(Ban Dmbtuffl and Samuel Rabin, who were accompanied
wives ... A several-week vacation is over for Mr. and
rbert Blumenthal and their children, now returned to Sa-
. During the holiday, they visited with Esther's parents,
nd Mrs. Simon April, 1380 SW 11th st. Also coming
brief stay-over and family reunion was Rabbi Samuel
bintual leader of Temple Emanu-El. Lakeland .. Back from
pn at the Hotel Nacional are the Jack Leers, who were ac-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin .
I. 16 is the date of a buffet luncheon at the home of Mrs.
[(Margaret Newman) Steam, 8641 Broadview ter.. Bay Har-
nds .
I is one of a series of card parties being arranged by
' region of ORT chapters here for a training school in
Assisting Margaret as hostess is Mrs. Florence Kupper-
1h Daders planning similar affairs are Faire Robbins, Mol-
nn, Dolores Book, Gertrude Durst, Jerry Terry. Vkki Dunn,
Shrago, Ranee Morgenstern, Ann Steingold and Marge
Mr,
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nder Notes on the Birth Front: Cantor and Mrs. Louis Gert-
I announce the birth of their son Joining his sister and
Linda and Will Sheryl, ia Ronald Benjamin, whose brith
fcrked Dec. 30 .
Mrs. Moses (Rebecca) Krieger
will be honored at a life member-
ship luncheon sponsored by tbe
Greater Miami Auxiliary, Jewish
Home for the Aged. Monday noon,
Jan. 14, at the Seville hotel.
New life members, as well as
their sponsors, will be guests of the
organization, according to Mrs.
David Phillips, Mrs. Jack Ablin and
Mrs. Harold Spaet, co-chairmen of
the event.
Mrs. Sol Silverman. president,
has appointed Mrs. Ann Tanen-
baum and Mrs. Trudy Hamershlag
as reservations chairmen.
The event will mark Mrs. Krieg-
er's 83rd birthday. "Mother Krieg-
er," as she is affectionately known,
has lived in Miami Beach for more
than 28 years. She cane here from
Pittsburgh, where she had been
an outstandine community leader.
Born in Lithuania, sha came to
the U.S. as a young child with
her family. Her pa rants were of
modest mtins, thouqh dedicated
to learning, and Rabecca had
only a few years of formal school-
ing, but through self-study be-
came a person of genuine cul-
ture. She is today a remarkably
eloquent speaker, with a beauti-
ful command of English, derived
from her love of Shakespeare,
Emerson, end many other Eng-
lish and American writers.
She was a pioneer in many fields
and was one of that small band of
intrepid* women who worked and
suffered jeers and criticism to
obtain the right for women to vote.
She had a vested interest in that,
since she has six daughters no
sons. She also was a pioneer in
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
movement, and was a colleague of
the founder of Hadassah, Henrietta
Szold.
She and Mr. Krieger visited
what was then Palestine in 1929,
and lest yoar she returned and
saw the realization of her dreams
fulfilled in the stato of Israel.
She was the first president of the
Miami Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress, one of
the founders of the Dade County
Conference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations, a founder of the Miami
Jewish Home for the Aged and at
present is corresponding secretary
and parliamentarian of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of the Home. She is
also Parliamentarian of the Miami
Beach chapter of Hadassah. She
has been a member of the Council
of Jewish Women for over 50
years, and holds membership in too
many organizations to mention.
Mrs. Krieger was cited by two pres-
idents, Woodrow Wilson. and
Franklin D. Roosevelt, for her Red
Cross work in World Wars 1 and II,
and was an Air Raid Warden dur-
ing the latter.
She has, in addition to her six
daughters, nine grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren. At long
last, she has boys, seven grand-
sons and seven great-grandsons.
Her husband, Moses Krieger, who
passed away in 1945, was head of
the Fisher Lumber Company of Mi-
ami and a founder-member of the
board of directors of the Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
Though in her 80'$, Mrs. Krieg-
er has retained such a youthful
outlook. It is difficult to think
of her as anything but a con-
temporary of the most modern
type of Americen womanhood.
Feature of the program at the
luncheon Monday will be a docu-
mentary drama with original music,
written, directed and starred in by
Sylvia and March Scott, entitled
"The Story of Rebecca," depicting
the highlights of Mrs. Krieger's life
and the events of the era through
which she has lived.
Hadassah Groups to Meet Monday;
Slate Vocational, Political Programs
A discussion of Hadassah's voca-
tional education program in Israel
will be featured at the regular
monthly meeting of the Albert Ein-
stein group of Hadassah.
The meeting will be held Mon-
presented with a new,
and Mrs. Sol Weinkle have been
ull> furnished residence ...
f>- Rift to the couple came on their 43rd wedding anniversary,
' by the W.inkle. Dec. 28 .
|ie home, at 174 Shore dr. S., Bay Heights, was offered with
si wishes of children Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle and Mr.
r. Mslvin Weinkle.
etrothcd couple Ruth Sindell and fiance Richard Sirkln are
ack at the University of North Carolina .
liss Barbara Ginsburg was hostess to a shower at her home,
11 .one ave., In honor of Ruth during the holiday recess .
family dinner also included festivities honoring the recently-
d couple at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
2024 N. Bay rd____
Peaking of engagements and of Barbara Ginsburg she
Ben Zion Ginsburgs, her parents, entertained her future
p during the holidays .
*> and Mrs. Samuel B. Rosoff came down from Brookline,
or the recent betrothal .
Jrb*ra is now back at Brandeis University. Jack Rosoff, her
has resumed baa studies at tbe Jewish Theological Seminary.
the entire cast of the Ted Meek show gathered in the Blue
"'the Delano, following the recently televised amateur hour
am from the Beach auditorium, for' a buffet dinner which
until after midnight .
Mra. Helga Eaaon (right), director oi community relationa at
Miami Public Library and preeident of Dade County Library
Anan receive* copies of "Great Agea and Ideas of the Jewiah
Peopie," edited by Leo W. Schwarz. Making preaentation is
Mrs Louia Schwartzman (center), education vice president of
Miami chapter of Hadaesah, at chapter's recent book review.
Mrs. Irwin Liss, president, looks on.
*us. JJOSfS much /
Pancake Festival funds
Will Benefit Retarded
Thousands of Greater Miami resi-
dents and their guests are expected
to attend the first annual Aunt
Jemima Pancake Festival present-
ed by the Kiwanis Clubs of Miami
Beach, according to general chair-
man Sam Rabin.
The all-day event, scheduled for
Saturday, Feb. 9. at tbe Miami
Beach auditorium, is sponsored by
the Kiwanis, Food Fair Stores and
Miami Beach civic clubs for the
benefit of the New Hope School
for Retarded Children in Miami.
day noon at Burdine's auditorium
in the l(J3rd st. shopping center.
Panelists will be Mesdames Jesse
Casselhoff, Abe Friedman and Irv-
ing Denmark. A choral group under
the direction of Mrs. Alvin Atlass
will sing.
Mrs. Edward Kanter is president.

Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg of Beth
David congregation, will be guest
speaker at a regular meeting of
Monorah group of Hadassah on
Monday. Jan. 14. Rabbi Rosenberg
will conduct a "Rumor Clinic,"
showing how false rumors can cir-
culate. The meeting will be held
at Temple Judea, 320 Palermo ave.,
at 1 p.m.
a o a
Mt. Scopus' response to the crisis
in Israel has been increased sup-
port and greater dedicated effort
permeating all its work. In view of
the extreme tensions despite the
cease-fire, the planning and build-
ing of Hadassah's Medical Center
in Israel continues at a lively pace.
Mrs. Louis Goldman, regional
chairman of Hadassah Medical Cen-
ter, will be guest speaker at the
Monday meeting.
Highlighting Jewish Music
Month, Mrs. William Hechler, pro-
gram chairman, has arranged for
Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner to inter-
pret various phases of Jewish
music.
The Jan. 14 meeting will be held
at the Masonic Lodge, 14 Valencia
ave.. Coral Gables, at 1 p.m.

Dr. Jack Kapchan, psychologist
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Capacity Convention Crowds Activities
Into Four Days at Camp in Haranja
A capacity convention of 150 Roprtein. tieasur
VrtvSth youth concludedrtsre- '; irhi cnaptain; Diane
cent convention nt Camp Owissa r ^(lMn.(n: Lynda Biegel and
Bauer. Naranja. Fla.. gttiwmj r
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started with a kickofl speech by
Rep. John B. Orr, Jr and ended
With talks by E. Albert Pallnt. pres-
ident-elect of Bna. B'rith District
Grand Lodge 5 and Grand AJepn
Godol George Lefcoe.
New officers tor the Florida re-
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Steve Weisman. Tampa, a eptai go- pared ^ ^ ||(
dol: Danny Osteowsky. BUUel AZA, > ron,, ,.,._,.,,
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Charles Gordon. Tampa, ahotare go- How May Jewish An,.-, u,,n 1 outh
d0,: and Ross Sandier. H.l.el AZA. Belp^sen JJ
Wdeman. Orlando. Winner of the Resource people at convent
state basketball championship was beaded George la.anoff. Fk rid
H.llel AZA. Oratory champion is B'nai Bnth. president of Mens
Steve Weisman. and ping pong lodges Burnett Roth. ....net
champion is Larry Parnes. Grand Lodge Bnai Brrth ADL
B'nai B'rith Girls officers include chairman: Prwilla Ku senile Id. el-
Judv Ossinskv. Daytona Beach, ucational director ot the Anti-De
president; Ar'lene Steinberg. Or- tarnation Lei M<
lando and Nora Gordon. Hillel chan, psychology department. Lm-
BBG Miami vice presidents; Carol versity of Miami; Rev E Graham.
Meyer recording secretary. Debs Mt. Zion Baptist Church; Max Carl.
Dr. Immanuel Jakobov;'.s.
Chief Rabbi of Ireland, now in
the United States, will make
nation-wide lecture tour un-
der auspices of National Jew-
ish Welfare Boards Jewish
Center Lecture Bureau.
National Conference ol Christians
and Jews; Mr- A! Reieh vtca pre!
ident. District S Women- Grand
. B'nai B'rith. Mr- Murraj
Lauras. Florida State BBYO chair-
man; Mr- Jo-eph Hermann, chair-
man ol Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
beard ol directors; and Judge Mil
ton a Friedman, past national
.-sinner of BH .''
S> SiegeL Create. Miami BBYO
director. WM convention director,
and Boh Fisher was La charge of
the ..thletic program.
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muary 11. 1957
-Jew 1st fUrHton
U. Sponsors Boston Pops Here;
Her and Slenczynska Due at Dade
ersity of Miami presents
fiance by Arthur Fied-
i Boston Pops Tour Or-
IThursday evening. Jan.
Tie County auditorium,
pynska will be piano
Boston, Arthur Fiedler
\ an intrinsic part of the
city. He was educated
ilHUR fltDLH
in Latin School before
us musical education
Thirty-five1 million televiewers
tuned to Ralph Edwards' "This is
Your Life" on a Wednesday night
not long ago were moved to tears
and cheers by the dramatic recount-
al of Ruth Slenczynska's stranger
than-fiction real life story: how
the fabulous child prodigy of the
30s recently emerged from a 12
year retirement during which she
waged a bitter struggle to free her-
self of a sinister influence threat-
ening both her personal stability
and the inscrutable genius that had
made her the toast of two con-
tinents for over a decade.
Since then, by astonishing vir-
tuosity and profound musicianship,
Ruth Slenczynska has already re-
gained a secure place in the fore-
ground of today's major keyboard
artists. Some 500 appearances dur-
ing the past four years as soloist
with Arthur Fiedler's Boston Pops
Tour Orchestra have been unquali-
fied personal triumphs, with emin-
ent critics like San Francisco's Al-
fred Frankenstein acknowledging
her as "one of the world's great.'
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"Noo, to wht did you
buy for Shabbas?
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DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
rfENRY
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riirxnn Ikin't
SHOdri AND'ARCADf
/
FORT MYERS
OPPORTUNITY I
ZOO ACRES NEAR CITY and RIVER -
active ceerter frontage) en im-
partaal hUitard. $310 per acre,
29% one* m4 hooanci ft aomol
payments, Fine twWIisl titt.
JEFF COT T
Realty Investments
2400 FIRST STRICT
PORT MYERS, FIORJDA
Jewish Hospital Elects Nowell
Frank M. Nowell, 42, of 510 NE activity which in turn makes the
, 128th st., has been elected presi-| patient's tuberculosis germs active,
two uncles were dent ot tne Patients' Council at i ana therefore vulnerable tc mod-
land
line Boston Symphony,
|hr young fiddler re-
Europe he took his
I .' orchestra"*
k In 1929, he did x>mo-
I the ciiy has had
k him. for he
E pl.made Con-
of the Charles
| duett these con-
I took over the
the H">ton Sym-
i ison of liuht clas-
I anil an institution in
us orchestras he
bd are the San Fran-
Toronto, Minneapo-
Antonio and Seattle,
Holly-wood Bowl and
ant Park orchestra. He
|hair on the faculty of
irsity and directed the
Mr.
National Jewish Hospital in Den-
ver, world-famous, free, non-sec-
tarian institution for the treatment
of tuberculosis and chest diseases.
Nowell was selected by a ma-
jority of some 300 fellow-patients.
A victim of tuberculosis, the
ern wonder drugs. The drugs do
not effect inactive germs.
Nowell, who was discharged from
the army as a first lieutenant,
landed in the Normandy invasion
and fought through France and
Germany with 28th Division, col-
handsome veteran of World War l*tng five battle stars on the way.
II has been at the i The Pressure and hardship of 11
Denver medical months combat left him an easy
enter since Aug-
victim for tuberculosis in later
4rt Prohssor to lecture;
Modems in Exhibition
Dr. Virgil Barker, University of
Miami professor of art history,
will lecture on "Mutations of the
Portrait" Jan. 16. 8:30 p.m., at the
Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery.
Currently on view at the gallery
are a group of portraits by out-
standing contemporary artists
from the Museum of Modern Art
and the Jawlensky collection of
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Levin, of Miami
Beach.
SOUTH DADE ACREAGE
"Be Keen"
CALL KEENL0VELL
16821 Federal Highway
PL 817-9015
"rOV* ACREAGE SPECIALIST"
Several Good listing* and
Interesting Buys
ACT TODAY
Palm Beach Day
Set at Cinerama
MOWIll
berculosis pati-
ents are encour-
aged to engage
in all normal activity instead of
spending months, even years, in
bed. This system calls for patient
WE ARE PLEASSD TO ANNOUNCE TNAT
ADOLPH FINKLER
HAS BEEN
APPOINTED RESIDENT MANAGER
OP THE
iY W. KAUFMANN & CO.
EMBERS AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE
TCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
DILIDO HOTEL
IE 8 6526-7 8
|ORK RIVERHEAD, L. I. BOSTON PITTSBURGH
HOUSTON BALTIMORE
FOR ALL TYPE OF SASH OR JALOUSIES
BAR-L0K STORM SHUTTERS
ITENANCE INCORPORATED
(Division of Ludmin Corporation)
i>(, 1946 He has;>'cars
.pent the last
'ight years in
hospitals, except
for six months.
Under the sy*-
tem of treatment' Tuesday, Jan. 29. has been des
at Nitional Jew-1 ignated as Palm Beach County Day
ish Hospital, tu- at Cinerama, according to a joint
announcement by Greyhound Bus
Lines and the Roosevelt Theatre
where "This is Cinerama" is cur-
rently in its fifth week.
The special day has been set
aside to welcome visitors from
Palm Beach county, who will be
transported in several Greyhound
buses from West Palm Beach to
Miami Beach, where they will en-
joy a performance of the revolu-
tionary new screen presentation,
then be transported back to the
'starting point after theatre. In ad-
| dition, an unusual sightseeing tour
is also included in the day's pro-
gram, and will cover highlights
on the trip down, as well as places
of interest in and around Miami
Beach.
Because the RoosevelUa the only
theatre in the entire state of Flor-
ida where Cinerama can or will be
shown, interest in the presentation
has been state-wide from the time
"This is Cinerama" opened Dec. 5.
Requests for tickets have come in
from places as far away as Jack-
sonville and Tampa.
For this reason, and because of
the unusually large number of per-
sons in the Palm Beach area who
expressed interest in seeing Cin-
erama, Greyhound Bus Lines and
the Cinerama management in Flori-
da decided to sponsor jointly the
special Palm Beach County Ciner-
ama Day.
MORTGAGES
$500,000 Private Money
CHAS. HIME
Permanent or Construction Loans on
New or 014 Properties Under
Construction or Completed. Will Boy or
Make loons on 1st or 2nd Mertaao.es
Ground Lease or Fee
Unlimited Insurance Funds.
Phone FR 9-3444
tancing DIAL
NORTH MIAMI ATE.
FR 3-5491
THE McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN MrTIINr ,7 A I.
MARION C McCUNF M.A I
151 N THIRD STRFET
MIAMI
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M A Put F l_ A W
NOTICK IK HKKKHV C.IVF.N that
the undersign**!. rtvMilrut to enKMe In
luminous unnVr the fl.-tltloun name of
RRVRKK IIOTKI. at 1100 Ore-an Drive.
Miami Heaj-h. Intrnrtu to reflater anlrt
name with th.- Clerk" ol the Circuit
Court of I>Hde.-,.T,:.iKU;f,,.iKvv|s
FtntBUtT km ru \s
Mtornej tor Applicant
ISIS Pul'onl KlilR.
1 11 is-J. 1 ^^____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKItKHY f.W H"N that
the Mini, i ""' '"
Minim
K f MISH- COMPANY ii .1* N
Miami. I "/**"
name with th.- Clerk n
rii. .ilt fourt of i '' 'ounty, i-
JOHN riR v\i'\i.i.. Bole owner
ru \iii.i:s MON \st
At ton ant
111 K E. Mh -
Ft I '*
ATTENTION
INVESTORS
51 ACMS, WTTH 4,000' ON ST.
LOCK RrVft, ADJOINING TNE
LAtOIST DF.VEL0fMF.MT IN ST.
LUCNT COUNTY. ONLY $14 Ml FT.
WITN TERMS. PHONE FT. PIERCE
US0 OR 2551, OR SET CNARIES
C. MOORE 315 N. 4TH ST., FT.
PIERCE, FLA.
To Sana You i$
Oar Pleasure
Ed. J. Vischi
Real Estate in All
its Branches
1241* NE. 7tfc AVENUE
Pheete Ft 4-44*1
R. H. Shaddick
REALTOR
SALES PROFERTY MANAGEMENT
MORTGAGE LOANS
GIRAIDA AVENUE
Shaddick Raiidine
COtAl GAIIES
Ph. HtffMad 1-2591
.v, PLAN YCUR FUTURE
i MONROE COUNTY
FLORIDA
fc 5 ACRES
to Mim mm i Mimm
NO DOWN PAYMENT
3 m MONTH
TOTAL Salt PIICI $3M
mo nrrttfST
V. 1 o no ciojimc COST
O 00 DOWII AYMfNT
o mi wmbUmtt etto
o rot TOM re Ottawa
Tttn us* n mil
r.% a nrwtrt
COM! IN CAU trtlTf
fUt HAT AND SOOKUT
uuw wvftTon. imc
V*t. 117 Ml tit ..
I Tel. T-
REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN
NEEDED
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.V*. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
August bros ny
13 t 0/ '
200 PLANES EXPECTED
Miami-Havana Air Cruise
Jit, I, 9, 10 A 11, 19S7
SpontortOV by
Florida Air Pilot'e Aeaoclotlon
Pilot*, plan* owner* and gueatt
invited to participate
Packaoe Deal
FOR IN FORMATION AND
DETAILS
JAMES 6. FACE,
("The Ffrtof Roffor"J Dfrecfer
bh-ib. PR 11626
310 S. E. 2nd Aeenae
Investors Speculators
Anyone familiar with acreage will
immediately recognize that
thei* are great buya.
1. 240 ACRES Columbia county
150. per acre.
I. 240 ACRES Columbia county
SO. per acre .Theee t tracts are
adjoining) term* S2.4O0 down.
1 000 ACRES 1100 per aero 1H
mllos on highway. 300 acres Ian.
proved pasture land, 300 aeraa
timber and partly cleared. Com-
pletely fenced in Terms t% caeh.
Balance 110.000 ytmr i% (alee
nice 3 bedroom ranch house, cat-
tle pens, machine aheds Etc.
4. 440 ACRES $40 per acre making
a total of 2H miles on highway.
$4,000 caah.
5. 40 ACRES Gainesville. $500 per
aer.
6. 1*42 ACRES. Oilchrist County,
$80 acre.
LASSITER and HOOK
REALTORS
Contact Jack Schraedel. Sr.
20* S. E. lit Street, Gainesville, Fla.
FR 2-4308
No brokers please



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BEEP
FOREQUARTERS
Average Weighs
175 -bs.
LB.
PRIME or CHOICE
BEEP
ARM CHUCKS
Average Wetald
. 1! lit.
LB.
IN MIAMI... In the 163rd St. Shopping Center'
2091 Coral Way
IN MIAMI BEACH ... 19th St. at Alton R<
ALL CUTS WILL BE WRAPPED, SEALED"
AND LABELED WITHOUT EXTRA CHAI
PRIME or CHOICE
RIBS of BEEF
69
Avercse Weight
35-35 lb.
LB.
c
PRIME or CHOICE TRIMMED
BREAST of BEEF
-95c
We Carry A Complete Line For Gourmets
MAXIE'S STUFFED KISHKA
CHICKEN FAT
CALVES LIVER
LAMB TONGUE
VEAL TONGUE
STEER TONGUE
CALVES LUNGS
CALVES FEET
CALVES BRAINS
STEER LIVER
OXTAILS
tf
Average Weight
10-12 lbs.
SPRING BABr
LAMB CHOPS
-95c
Average Weight
6 lb. Rack
MUKFED FIRST COT
VEAL CHOPS
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Average Weight
81b. Rack
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