The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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profit oranituatijin^
Friend* of Music.
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the function.

'
Dr. Max Dobrin left.. is welcomed to hi. r.e;.v port
of out-patien- se:v:ces rt ML S:r.a: r.osc:tc. trj Dl Botemon .
Goldman, president o: medical staff.
Dr. Dobrin to Head Sinai Out-Patients
ln 1946. ihrschmann waa ap-
specuil inspector general
Nations Relief and
" c,U,pV,m Kehabil." i Vlmin.stnrt.onHe
. ... r,- re*- .;.nt. Turkey, where
*-ere ( .rwimmated tor'
,ll,on dollars worth of food
and made
He helped to establish tS first
diabetic clinic at Jackson Me-
morial hospital.
I".
r said that
his ml
e- and ha- been
wideh commendec :
Appointmen-
-ector of out-patient
at Mt. Sinai ho-pital of Grea'er
Miami was announced Wedm
bj >amuel Gertner. executive di-
rector. The appointment waa made
by Max Orovitz. pre-;dent of the
itaL
A specia
Dr. Dobrin ha- pract
coaaty for 32 year ltd has bee-
an attend::
cian at both Jackson !
Mt Sh rs County Medical A-r.________
Mizrachi] Hapoel Join
Forces in New
. .
rd break '
h,m a hi
War II when he *ts appointed
I the US Kmba

A NUtXIflM
of additional displaced

(or Turke> and Greece^"" "-- After a complete insped^
,rntam.-arrangements in Palestine reorftniMtjon ,^,7^7"
tr the immigration of thousand* | Grrmny hf ma,)p ^^
0 ( ; tion of these campt id |
which he investigated
of the Poles in a mission i
| investigations in Poland.
! Slovakia. Austria and Italy.
AJCongress Official
Visits Miami Area
Salpeter. national director
mixation and membership of j
\ can Jewish Congress.
ies at local
Group
ATLANTIC CITY iJTA A
united relit
termed by t erger of the
Mizrachi Organizati kmer-
ind Ba] ael Hamizrach
America, was proclaimed at the
five-day con-
on in Atlantic City
- The new organization will
have a combined membership of
over 150.000.
The proclamation announcing
the amalgamation traced the his-
t> ry and accomplishment-
organizations, which were found-
ed and independently more than
yean ago. and declared that
"the new merged movement would
become the united relig.
" of American Jewry." The two
organizations merged in Israel
year a- a first -tep in con-
M :dating all religiou- par-
order to strengthen the religious
participation in the building of
all Jewi-h Stale"
I>r. Bernard Bergman, presi-
dent of Hapoel Hamiirachi o{
America toM the 1.000 delegates
that "a golden era of religious
Zionism would be launched
the merger of Hapoel Hamizrachi
and Mizrachi'" "The new move-
ment, uniting for the fir-t time
religiou- Jews in the I
hts will mark the turning
pemt of- in this
try Dr. Bergman
An ambitious program for ex-
panding yeshivot, day schools
t-iti cultural centers designed
to strengthen and revitalize re-
ligious life in the United States
was outlined by the Haooel
Hamizrachi president. "The
rew movement will create a
two-way re'ioious link between
the United States, the largest
Jewish community in the world,
aid Israel, which is Judaism's
spiritual and cultural center,"
ha said. Dr. Bergman concluded
his remarks with "the hope and
prayer that this new merger
will be the forerunner of a
complete unification of all re-
ligious forces in Jewish com-
munity life in the United
States."
Jewish educators emphasized
that "the dearth of competent
teachers for the Jewish schools is
so great that it is threatening a
break-.
live di-
Education
.:ar emph. teach
.--- !! --
if all :n the
hers
. (fa >ut the c untrj
the teach ng

50 perce:'
ted that there art
pre- tU -.^it-
ted to a curriculum ol
the
United St
Rabbi Soli 01 r. J 51 ::rfman.
president if the R oun-
c:l of America, which
700
mercer of the Rap -achi
and the Mizrachi groups into a
united front "Tne un::
doxj will hfi| to st ra the
rdigi wis Jewish eeanmunitj

world
Jewrj
I th. Wat led in activ.t
lions during a visit to Mi
inds of ami this month
ke at an Oneg
: Shabbat following sen-ices last
an David Congrege-
Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
if ihe national ad-
nmittee of AJCon-
tual leader
Ireased the con-
Jewxh 4 en
Leon HurwYtz.
Thur- laj evenins Jaa 10. at
B-tli ter met with
en and wom-
en in thi- form a general
memtcrship chapter of American
: Greater Miami,
.jthenng were
V:- Anna Bren-
well known local Jew-
ish communitv leader.
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They Discuss Mental Health
Singlet l united met Sunday
esTmng at the Alcazar hotel,
speaker j. Miss [joia Parks.
Uvi director of the Mental
Health Societ) of South Florida,
who d iiUl Health is
Your Busii
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top drummer and jazz maes-
tro, will mcke a lCday ap-
peaiance he:-, with his tno.
I Krmning Feb. 15. Gene will
be featured in the New Or-
leans room at Miami Springs
Villas.
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Pkeat at 7-M01
OPENING ANN4WKCEM!
Dr. John J. Ktlly
Chiropractor
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Letters to the Editor
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Executive Director
New York City
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the masses, the duuembUtaM of
information such as you have ex-
tended so generoush through roar
columns is. of cours,-, | ,r,s;der.
able importance. We should like to
take this means of expressing our
gratitude to the Jewish communitv
of Miami Beach and of Miami for
the fine response that our work has
evoked in the community bj
whole.
The JNF is doins its utmost i
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Slawson Due at A JCom. Meet;
ir Workshop Sessions Scheduled
u
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or the fifth annual meet-
Greater Miami chapter
Ban Jewish Committee to
[Sunday. Jan. 27, at the
hotel, were announced
f by Harold B. Spaet,
ch Councilman and pres-
fthe chapter.
i Slawaon, executive
of tha American
mittee and a mambar
xeevfive cammtftee of
will ba 9ast o# handr
pal apaakar.
mer will be preceded by
tshop sessions under the
M)ip of Mr. and Mrs.
Wolfsob.
ck Kapchan will be con-
3i- Social Discrimination
Joes it Affect You?" Dis-
tiirl'-r is Jerome Hofmayer,
Charles Finkelstein act-
fcofJer.
at ion What is Your
- Achievement?" will be
of a workshop to be led
Freehling. Col. Nathan
li- consultant, and Ernest
il be recorder.
s Goldstein will ba dis-
jleader and Lao Mindlit
bit at "Middla East Crisis
is h Amtri'an Jaws'
Ibility?" Mrs. Van Myars
acr.
and State Shou'd We
on in Our Public
- the discussion to be led
Cassel. Rabbi Joseph
be consultant, and Mrs.
limb recorder.
of the dinner commit-
tee is Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub.
Others are the Mesdames Jack Ab-
lin, David Catsman, Alvin Cassel.
Leo Chaikin, Aaron Farr, David
Fleeman, Harvey Fleischman, Ar-
thur Friedman, B. B. Goldstein,
Charles Goldstein, Jerome Hof-
, mayer, Aaron Kanner, Irvin Kor-
ach, William Lehman, D. Robert
Lewis. Van Myers, Nathan Rood.
Harold Spaet. Henry Wolff and
Richard Wolfson.
la n
"Someday
i I'll Own
This Park
Beth David is Site of Lecture Series
To be Given by Noted Spiritual Leaders
' Beth David Congregation will with the assistance of the Men's
sponsor a series of three lectures to | Club and Sisterhood, according to
be given by outstanding rabbis of n announcement Wednesday,
the nation on the topic. "Judaism ?!bbi YMkov Rosenberg, spirit
h a. r>.. t u- ual leder, who will introduce each
and the Personal Life. ^^u_ __j ui u
, speaker and his tome, has arrang-
The series has been arranged: ed the series with the National
I Academy for Adult Education of
the United Synagogue of America
On Monday, Jan. 21, Dr. Stuart
E. Rosenberg will open the series.
Rabbi Rosenberg is spiritual leader
of Beth Tzedic Congregation in
Toronto. Active in a variety of
fields, having been guest preacher
on coast-to-coast religious pro-
grams, he is a graduate of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America and holds the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy from Colum-
bia University.-
Dr. Rosenberg is a member of
the faculty of the university school
of the University of Rochester,
serving as lecturer in religion,
where he teaches comparative re-
ligion and "the philosophy of re-
ligion. He is president of the Rab-
binical Council of Rochester and is
a member of many rabbinical, so-
ciological and political societies in
the Rochester area.
He is author of a weekly column,
"Lines on Life," which is now ap-
pearing in many newspapers
throughout the country. He will
open the series with a lecture on
"Judaism and the Personal Life."
Dr. Judah Nadich will discuss
"Ethics of Judaism for Today"
Monday. Fell. 18. Dr. Nadich is
rabbi of Congregation Kehillath Is-
rael in Brooklrne, Mass. He was the
first American Jewish chaplain to
be ordered overseas, where 'he
spent three and a half years in
Europe.
Dr. Isaac Klein, who concludes
the series with a lecture on "Ritual
in Modern Jewish Life" on Mon-
day evening. Mar. 18. is spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI in Buf-
falo, N.Y., and served many years
as chaplain overseas. While on the
continent, in addition to earning
six Battle Stars. Rabbi Klein helped
reorganize many Jewish communi-
ties and reestablished their com-
munal institutions.
Jayne Mansfield proves to be an understanding young woman
by supplying Tom Ewell with a large glass of cold tomato
juice in this scene from "The Girl Can't Help It," new Twen-
tieth Century-Fox CinemaScopa comedy that will be shown
Saturday through Monday at the Carib, Miami and Miracle
Theatres. It was the beginning of a strange romance in the
picture between Ewell, a press agent who really needed the
tomato -juice, and a glamourous nightclub singer played by
Miss Mansfield, which motivates the hilarious plot. Edmund
O'Brien, in the role of an ex gangster, is the amusing 'villian
of the piece.
00. STUAKT tOSNIMM
He thought he never saw a bigger padlock.
The Park was really closedand he wanted
mi much to play.
' N>mcda v..."
That someday never comes for some folks.
They mean wellthey make big plans and
then turn their backs on them or simply
keep putting off the important steps.
like saving.
To sonic people you can talk until you're
blue in the face about the importance of thrift.
No impression.
Or"someday". .
Hut to those who recognize the simple truth that
regular saving is vital to security and essential
in time of needwc extend a cordial invitation
to share our safety, our liberal dividends
and our high degree of Personal Service.
Hie fact that, since our founding three
years ago, wc have been and still arc America's
fastest growing institution is no accident.
People seem to like us and the way we take
< Jeep personal interest in their *problcms.
w'c think you'll like it, too.
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;FriemrNehru Shows Friendship Toward Egypt's Nasser
Washington
_H v ...-Nehru Tito Uil ij
T ,h.neton Cor an
-ymentin
I be the
background of
bff ^v mswus
THE VALLEY OF GOO. By Irene *?"- W1
House- S3.W-
action tl
= 5
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TV eGo-er C^tST^^SL barometer of Yu.osUs :
>iTSeSnSS~ research rthe.
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interx-
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Mr- :
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sea erf shadowy
ard H

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Bosea -"
btoed
Mtkary.wkea -he ha> beer, revealed
... -te and the
lTtc, lb, people eiamor for he:
Sbi L*rt. knowuv* v
Prophet-*:- r,,wer whose I,-
titter day But hold back Tear Wrath nTe r \ou. God
And of Gome.- ultimate love and : :;ivene- ur
expe<- : .-.-Lord he cm say to alL 1
and agatr. Yea. ever. i> Gad atta km the la -dren of Nrael
Yr- nili Titf T 1------ -' bleak
h:ll- ar.d down usto Ike M of the in Jonah and Israel, came- [ufe-wi<
permit the background I
One of the fascia*
the loal
5 rvived ahik ll -appeared into the
Mr- Pi;-- rich H
ware. ring.
,.. ..^ntn,
' 1 en
ioms ?i*srs
jovms a un,que relationship wtth
,n the pest
"^vJv'ntat
rtmg Egypt t
_.,.- I-rael
The: HionofTi!
oauDodatiM the
came tasl
Nasser was feted IB Belgrade ^
red meal i>eii news
. Mind then
barrec. treiues by tke Tito
police led KM* take "*"*,
It .a-w-.-h-uch'neutralism that
aching the \-
-ummer Tito Nehru, and
Brioni The Y
eater aano i
ed that relat.
1. Ii nd I
:heir polk
ri Ige "1
complete under-tand;nc
The three leader- like to P-r-
them-elve> a- neutralist-
-opeoaed to 1 and bonified
I power politics
But this basal -topped them from
rming their own one-Mded I
r politic- again-t Irarl
Neither Nehru nor Tito have
fit to oppose the Arab bloc The
: |e rea-on ii that they see it
in their interest to aid that
bloc.
Yugoslavia's objectivity toward
the Arab-Israel question became
apparent when Tito's troops ar-
)oin the Unit
'.-police force. The YuRn
- began by giving military
rptian tokUers.
Bandung
Nehru eolla
i Nasser\ hate and ostracism
, ,.rael India, which spoke so
pKMUJ, of Red Cfctart "right to
f,in the tailed Nations, worked
with equal fervor to deny Israel
,. at at the conference n( Asiatic
nat.ons at Bandung. This hypn-
crUy rankled Lsrael a Und
where the legend of Gandhi is re-
Pnaae Minister Nehru Is seea
In- many Americans as a possible
mediator between Israel and the
\rab sute*. Nehru, however, has
no doubt of the side to which all
his sympathy goes. In New Delhi
last November. Nehru esprcaaad
., vi#w that Israela attack on
Knvpt was 'without the least jus-
tification Yet Nehru is qukk to
condemn the boycuttinsj al Bed
China He went to great lengths to
justify the invasion of Korea by
hi- friends, the Red Chinas*.
During Nehru s recent visit
here, he was asked at a press con-
, b) this reporter if be be-
lieved the establishment by India
of normal diplomatic relations
1h Israel would
the status of India ",7
tive force working
die Eastern peace H,.
India years ago
tended recognition^
it is true that we did nel,
diplomatic missions *mj
He was candid
why India refused to |
tomary diplomatic rHad
the Jewish state h> jj
our relations and ea
the Arab nations are
arable of vmm:
pathiae with maaT'oti
of the Arabs, tfeev
refugees other u.
Nehru ha> advocated!
tacts throughout the ,
avert friction. But he u
heed his own advice kji
Israel an opportunity'kti
contact with India h> tetl
what he calls "the lsr,
sion of Egypt'' for i
bility. Before this
ever, was he the patr7]
bility or of the Arab i
HERBERT G. LMJFT
Hollywood Gets Historic Rec<
SAUL CARSON
1957's Possibilities at the UN Remain Foggy and Uncertain
AS THE "
tempted
store for I
the crystal ball is foggy; 1
at al! d;::.
year But here I ar.
o\erdose of p<
Th>
down thr>
bean much trx, pr
of season, much too ready 1
let in many din
the SecL.' ci! for the last fi-cal year
(ending July 15 1956. Yf'V.~ that o* ..
si and the maji I
ilution- condemning L-rael.
Should not
be a warning to the United '
Nation- shown comparable concern : r the fun-
damental need in the Middle Ea-t. the need
a beginning of negotiatioau toward permanent
peace between I-rael and the Arab Stal
tmms 8MOLAR

when thi
f i.
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Hollywood
MARKING the first time the
motion picture industry has
t>een given official historical rec-
. unit ion by the State of Califor-
nia, an old barn located at Para-
mount Studios was dedicated as
State landmark No. 554 on Dec.
27. according to Joseph R. Know-
land, chairman of the California
State Park Commission. On that
date, 44 years ago. inside that
lurn. Samuel Goldwyn and Jeaae
L Lasky. St.. launched motion
picture West Coast proeluction by
filming The Squaw Man.- etar-
the late I>u>tin Farnum.
> giving impetus to Holly-
wood a> it is known today. ,
The historical barn now has
lesignated as "Hollywood's
lir-t Major Film Company Stu-
Huwever. when Cecil B. De-.
Mille. location hunting far the
: arrived at the
Hollywood scene early in 1912
f of the haro for
lh hi- bosses were lesa
..Ix'iit the now
In : the news to Cold-
pi I) replied "Kine
n> long term
Iments" Later the two
purch ised the
" i- laying the
n lor a billion dollar in-
barn ixcame obso-
lete, it was moved to I
mount lot where it k>> i
as a relic ever since, h I
at Selma and Vine
Hollywood, rose i M
building, and only i.
calls the (K.ldwynLaayl
activities of by-gone ia\ I

John Balaban of
KaU Theatres tells I
firm plans to
movie production wtrki
baaed on the life sf
topher. patron saint of i
FVattric M Frank. *<<
was associated last
preparation of a reli
far Church and TV
do the screen play.
shooting to cc
wood next spring Feat;
ly ts represented as
with "The Tea Coea
which he wrote in
with Jeaae I Iadir. ftr
the l4u*1n founder.
Product'r Kdwin
readying Tip on a DedJ
from a New Yorker1 f
v.in Shaw with Ors
reeling ami Robert Ti
ring. This wiil be Ks
MiM before gomt i
dent production ails'
Virgin of the Goleea
from a novel receatly1
by km) while in LoeJea.

. the |


>*ty that a vacuum would
behind ,,
H\\il> SCHWARTZ
Noted Actress is Sorry-After tkel
M
ISS
oi
port-Import Bank.
It was
.. -._., even announced that the Export Im-
port Bank was sending a group of experts to Israel
in connection with this projected loan. Action on
this loan ha.-, however, been held up by Washing-
ton since Israel's entrance into Sinai, and one
hears no more talk about it Since Nov. 1. Wash
ington has also suspended authontations for pur
chases by Israel in this country under the US
grant-inaid program.
No expenditures on the 1956-57 grant in the
amount of $25,000,000 had been authorized by
U> laraaj
iple
ago. These
^s?
id
"II
..... It
ago. These measures arTr-ffi!^ "** m'""h-
^en Secretary o[ sC ^ **
om,c sanctions'" again-tlsZV "TT** '>,"n
However, at that ml h ,hp K,b> "
attention and .Zo^"" Mn^ *->
out
not
^ SaVSi* ~tm
wting with-
-y public anno'uncam ntT Th': ,
-iced the change that ha I te* **"'
'ngton wh regard to eVoriL meJ"h0Ul ,n *"+
h Sina, develoomen, m'C a'd ,0 Ura" ^
iti MtKcuna.
Si Joan, has expressed
a over her statement
i radio tlu' other night
< cobbled up all
"" I <>f Dublin and. I
he i- quite sincere in
I lore i- a "second
lory. The Irish
is a friend of Michael
' the actor v>n of Meyer
all. well known Ziooiet In
-ah him, he visited
Mr- ( hairs Weiwiann. who is
now in th^ country
Vveizrnann asked the act-
how she could have made
such statement Mi MrKenna
how aorry she waa
about it
When in Dublin, you wan* to
dreaa, which store do you
Ukad Mrs Weumann.
Miss McKenna gave the name
of her favorite store
And if you cant find what
you want there, where do you
lo*" continued Mrs. Weumann.
Mis- McKenna gave
f ner second
**.
in Dublin
the name
favorite store
"And if ccuituiued I
mann further
what you want,
go?"
Miss McKenna naai
'moat favored store.
"None of those
mentioned m Hub
owned." said atnv
Un w>iimaaa]
ant with the merf
Boriumsof tkeln-
Uoaka Shared.
Minister of Israel
ing in Asia and
ing aeme very
ences. In Ceyk*
ports an amusing
Ceylon C.verniarni
ou Cadillac at M
he was token lori
cUy with all off"
the car stopP** '
rushed up to kua
Sharett to g"*
fr*b k
"But do yeu kaaa
asked Sharett
"Sure, repual
General r
[dkgdj


January I&MS7.
JM
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Page 15 A
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Inits in High Gear Following
Kickoff as Area Sets to Grab Goal
. of trades and professions
[ihr Combined Jewish Ap-
Ificd into high gear this
organize maximum solici-
all fronts.
usskind. who heads up the
noss and Professions Divi-
cclnesday reported swift
hy many groups through-
He county. The response
hmrdiateiy after the suc-
Ikickoff dinner Tuesday
filially opening the drive
area.
ijuuni Lawyers' Division,
L-.by Leon Kaplan* moots
kfternoon in the Seybold
|on>anize all lawyers in be-
W Combined Jewish Ap-
L physician* will hcM
first organiiational meet-
Sunday merninf in the
um of Jackson Memori-
Ital, it has baan announc-
fown chairman Dr. David
tobart Russall, chairman
rtt and Waste Davislan,
et his workers at a
Monday noon, and en
I, the Insurance Division,
[by Harry Diamond, will
r luncheon at tha Rose-
taurartt to launch "the
saturation campaign
[members of our profes-
in Tuesday. Dr. Harris H.
kail-DMA of the Opticians
Ktrists Division, will host
p;irty at his home. 5901
Bcli rd.. Miami, for mem-
professional group,
her Trades meeting held
[day. workers of the Drugs
ill report on card assign-
Thursday. Marvin Rau-
rman of the Liquor Divi-
cntcrtain business asso-
bd workers at his home,
| up on work assignments.
Dmestead Kickoff
nitirs Division chairman
Dtnbined Jewish Appeal.
Mied Wcdnesdoy by Silverman and
Azoff to help cover the numerous
new motels that have sprung up in
recent years.
Coral Gables
Nathan Winokur, of 5529 Mag-
giore dr., has accepted the chair-
manship of the Coral Gables Divi-
sion of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. '
Winokur, owner of Sherry's
Shoes in the Gables, has been a res-
ident of Coral Gables for the last
eight years. He is currently serving
on the Coral Gables Advisory Plan-
ning Commission and has been ac-
tive in the Community Chest and
Red Cross. He is president of Tem-
ple Judea in Coral Gables and a
member of'Tederation's board of
LEGAL NOTICI
* NOTICK UNDER riCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underpinned, desiring to engage in
business tirifU'r the fictitious name of
l.os l.ATINos LOLNC1E at J037 N.
W. 7th Avi Miami. Ma intends to
register aaid name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida,.
ITI.l.Y I'EltOOMA HARVARD
Hole Owner
KKSHI.ER A- HARM
Attorneys for Applicant
l!tt '1/11-II-tS 2/1
LEGAL NOTICI
jTovehtorsJ.,
-*- i.. ___
L1GAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU*
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HERKIIY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
REVERE HOTEL at 1100 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I mrtc County, Florida
..._____ J- OERALD LEWIS
HERBERT K. KAt'FMAN
Attorney for Applicant
12 DuPont Bldg.
1/11-11-25 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEHY OIVEN that
tha undersigned, deslilng to engage In
business under the fictitious uarix-s ot
THE ENCHANTED coTTA'.
HONEYMOON ROMERTEAD8: IN-
TKR.NA I lONAL HOISKiS); CITY OK
MONACO. FLORIDA. O.tJL. Intend
to register ai>Ml nnme with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of pad*- County,
and In other parts of the State of
flotilla.
ItEUINA HRI-MMER
BYI.VIA MRi'MMER
EDNA HART
1/11-11-25 2/1
CARS FOR RENT
ILY INCLUDES SO milea
oil ana insurance fur-
^onvertiblee and Hydra*
lightly higher Older models
rates. We deliver.
IERLIN MOTOR*
36th St. TU 7-7t1
Seymour Liebman, has announced
that campaign activities will start
in Homestead this weekend.
CJA chairman in that city, Her-
man Marks, said that members of
the Jewish community will gather
on Sunday at the Homestead Jew-
ish Center to participate in a big
Combined Jewish Appeal kickoff
rally. A prominent Israeli speaker
will head the program of enter-
tainment.
Daniel Broad and Oscar Mamber,
co-chairmen of the Apartment
i House Division, have announced a
hip> workers' rally Monday even-
I ing at the Algiers hotel.
In charga of arrangements are
these members of the Apartment
House Executive Council: Wil-
liam Copelan, Joseph Duntov,
Jacob Feldbaum, Mayshe Fried-
berg, Morris Henigbaum, Harry
Nelson, Al Oiharoff, Sidney Ru-
binowiti, Irving Schatiman,
Charles Stvrman. Max Sulken,
Abraham Swartz and Meyer
Taigman.
Larry Silverman and Manuel
Azoff have been appointed co-chair-
men of the Motel Division. An ur-
gent request for volunteers waa is-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam- of
K at V MUSIC COMPANY at 51 N.
W. th St.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN fjRANDAI.L, Sole Owner
CHARLES Mo.VA.ST
Attorney for Applicant
in s. e. th st
Ft. Laiiderdale, Fla.
1/11-11-25 2/1
IURMOND
MONUMENT CO.
Serving Jewish Families Since 1925
MARKEtS $40.00 aWi Ceaaetery Charge*
\fM. 8th ST. Twe Story White Hag. Ooeetlte Wasalown cemetery
undnys fheae HI 4-1.14
>"V<*^<'Vrf'V^V*^'V*'V'^efV*^*''V*V*>e*^*V'^e*^*^e*"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ui miller the fictitious name of
LUCILLE KENDRICK FLORIST .it
MIAMI. FLORIDA intends to register
anld name with the Clark of Um Clr-
cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
KUCJENE LYON
l/4-U-U-ai
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, dishing to em
business under the fictitious name of
FLAOLER INN at 1041 Weal Flagler
St., intend to realater said name with
i to clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Fimiiia.
HEinVKK DANNA
___ MARIE McURIDB
KBSSLER. GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1/11-IS-IJ 2/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39235
In Re: ESTATE OF
LEO items
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All IVr-otis INn-
tn Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of LEO RUBIN, deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Honor-
able County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In theli off!
the County Courthouse to Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said clalins or demands
to contain the h-gal eddraaa of the
claimant and to be sworn In and |ue-
aented as aforesaid, or same will be
barred. See Section 731.1C of the 194i
Probate Act.
Date January 4. A.f). 1907.
KATE RUBIN
A- Executrix of the Last Will
and Testa ment of
LEO Rt'BIN, !> i
ENGLANDER TENDRICH
II Lincoln Road
Miami Baa eh, Florida
Attornsyg foi Executrix
l/U-JS-8 I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEItV GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
UNIVERSAL MERCANTILE Coll-
I'ANV. I'l'I.ASKI'S nlTI.CT HTORR
at 24 register said names with the Clerk
nf the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
flBOROR HARK PULA8KI
Sole Owner
MYERS, II El MAN KAPLAN
Vttorneya for Applicant
:,0 BsyboM itldg.
1/4-11-1)1-25
-NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tha undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nanie of
RELIABLE RENT-A-CAR BTaTTEM
at 11 DO Hfth Street, Miami Beach, ki-
lends lii register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IIKLIAKI.E SKRVrOBF, INC.
Sole Owner
12'IS 1/4-11-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the iiiiilersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious i
[DIXIE DRUOfl al .:"! N. W. :'"tii St.,
Ilntenda to register -aid name arlth the
ficik of 'to- Circuit Cbert of Dade
County, Florida.
DIXIE MEDICAL O >RP
A Fla. Corp.
CARL LITTON
Attorney for Applliaiit
>:7 I.inc.In Rd.
12/M 1/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY. OIV40N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
8YMPHONETTE HI-FI at 1112 S W
Zlst Terrace, Miami, Intends to regis-
ter -aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Count) Florida
.,.. .Ri''-1AU) HVMAN, Sole owner
1/11-1S-25 I/I
Rest, Relax,
Regain Vigor
HOTEL
and BATHS
piew your health at one of the South's finest
Bort hotel*! Workl-tamoua natural thermal
tersonly Spa in U.S.A. under regulation of
Department of the Interior. Gueat can go
rcctly from room in robe and slippers to
Bath House located within hotel.
All spprts availablewonderful fishing
and golf I
660 Rooms ?0* AIR-CONDITIONED AH
with bath or toilet
For FREE Uluirratad FoMor, Ratei
and Rsrvafiora, WriU or Phonal
NAtioMi 3-7771
R. E. McEACHIN. Gn. Mgr.
IN- THE COUNTY JUOOC'9 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. Ne. 3M14.
In Re: ESTATE OF
MINNIE NC8SMAN
I >eeeused
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AU CredUers-and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Itemand.s ARalnat Said-
Batata:
Von, Bni| each of you. are hereby
notified ami required to present any
liilnii and demands which you, or
either of you, ma] hare against the
estate of .MINNIE Nl'SMMAN. de-
ceased late of Easton, Northampton
County. Penns io the lion \v y
111.ANTON. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his office
In the County Courtbowse in Dade
County, Florida, uiihin eight calsndar
in,,nth rroni the date of tha first tiub-
llcatlon hereof. Said claims or demanda
Io contain the legal address or tim
clslninnt irml f.i be sworn to and pre-
aaBtod as aforesaid, oi earns irul ha
red Sao Section 1TO or tne 1931
Probate Act.
1'ale January 7, AD. 19S7.
HERBERT R NI'MSMAN
A Ancillary Administrator,
C.TA. of the I.at Win an,i
TeMtament of Mluuu- Nuaanukn,
MAN It. B1LVBR
Attorney for Anc-illary Administrator
'ixii'jl ,hJ' ,J"" Wl" ""' ^-'""vnt
of MlntWe NiisHinan, Deceased
I/U-4I-SI I i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
HEATHWOOD MOTEL at 1M7I
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Ha., In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JAMER J. NAVONE
JACK c. YOUNQ
OEOROB J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Petitioners
12/21 1/4-11-18
r

r- M.iirli>|
Horol *S I
ton
aBarha
SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK ARKANSAS
NOTICC UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaxe In
bualnaaa under the fictitious name of
iPACMACA APARTMENTS and also
BISCA-fNE BEACH APARTMENTS.
ftsrKl-21 Crespl Itoulevard. Miami
I Beach, Florida, Intend to register said
name with tho Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dads County. Florida.
PEN till.LER
BESSIE tllLLER. Petitlonera
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitlonera
12/28 1/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoTHE IS HERBRT OIVEN tliat
the underalgned, it- slring"to engage i i
I business under the fictitious name of
OEM DRIVE-IN at 7th Streel Cauae-
|way, Miami, Fla Intends to re|
said name with tin Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SYD TELLEH C< )RPORATll 'N
I (s Floi Ida CorporatlOB)
iKJCSSLER tlARS. Attorneys
- H W lt Street
\ltorne>s for Applicant
1J t I I 11-11
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. 4N CHANCERY, NO. 1/30a
IRENE KASSON.
Plaintiff.
SPENCER EltNEST KASSON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SPENcl.'U EltNEsT KASSON
l( I' 2, Johnson City, New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Dlvoroa has aaan
riled against you, ami row are ra-
Iquired to aerve a copy of your An-
swat or Pleading to the inn of '
plaint on the Plaintiff's At tot nay,
GEORGE CHEREN. 107 (Sympla
liuilditig. Miami. Elei lila and file the
original Antwei or Pleading In the
'office or tin Clark al tha Circuit
Court on oi before th.- lath day of
K.-lii ilai \ Pi:,: If ) on fall to il
juiigin. nt bj default will la- taken
ga nsl \on for th. relief ii in
In the Kill of Complaint.
I This notice shall be pubataned ones
l> week for four consecutive
In THE JEWISH KMlRIDIAN
, Done AND ORDERED al M
Fkirlda, this Ith day of January,
ah. i'l.-.:.
B B LEATHERMAN,
Clerl Court, ,
Dade County, n..rida.
(I 'ii cull l "oui i Seal)
B] WM. w BTOCKINQ
Dapub Clerk.
OEOROR CITERKN
'i mpla Bldg.
Miami IS, Ha.
Alto: n. v for Plniltlff.
1/18-M 2 ;-s
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
|THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
I TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. flaUBETINOS:
Whereas, .IVCtsJi SILVERMAN. Ml.
'AMI BEACH, rl-OHIHA ROSE SAV-
IN, MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA, SAM
I'l PIN. MIAMI REACH, rl.o|t||i\.
lARTIICR SAVIN, MIAMI PEA' H,
FLORIDA SARAH SILVERMAN,
MIAMI IIE.U II. FLORIDA, iUd on th.
24th tlaj of Eelo-uary. A.D. 1:,4, cause
to be IncoriMitated under th.- protrl-
slons of Chapter 6ns. Florida Statutes,
PARK LANE APARTMENTS HOTEL
INC.. a cor|Miration. with Its prim
place of business at MIAMI BEACH,
DADE COIN TY. in the slate of Fhn -
Ida. and whereas the stockholileis of
such oi |...rati..n did on tha Jnd
of January'. AD. 1MT, cans.- to be
filed In the office Ol the Se. I etai v of
Slate of the State of Florida, a Con-
sent of all the stoi kliolilers under the
'provisions of nald Chapter Sai, I
Ida Statutes, showing the dissolution
of such corporation.
i Now. then-fine, the Secretary of
State does hereby cartlf) to the fore-
going and that he i~ satisfied that the
I I ii|Uli i-ui.-lits .'! law have been i til
plied with
in witness wiii:i:i:i i| |
hereunto aal mj hand and have
affixed lit. i h -al Seal .-f i hi
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, tins ih- SECOND due' of
JANUARY, A I' Is',:.
I SEAL)
R A. OKAY
tat ) of State.
1 18/37
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersisneii. dealrlna t" engage i"
business undei the fictitious ns ..
A C. l.lyl'oR MART. CHEZ AL-
HEItr ,ii EtM Blacayaw Hlvd intends
to register said name with the Clet k
of the Circuit Couil of Dade County.
Florida. f
albert rakow
amos bf:njamin
Attorney for Applicant
I7M Coral Way
12/2t 1/4-11-1*
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal nuticam.
Wo approriato your
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accurate serrice at legal
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Friday.
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I'
Paoe ISA________________ "" |
Newlewish Courses at College
,1
A new
,U Jewish teachers the coUege
of je:>h Studio tuch rtoauaw*
j-.- icsuou 1*^ week
z, 12. of the fac.
Beth David Congn
ed the txmm
the CUssrooni
which will deal with Hebiea
ing. Otel
fla-hcari-
Cour>e< in -He*re
Jewish EtW I wt-'
r -A cf Jere~ lab'
-

-
DTC*
>nl-
astasr-......--
", f(,.r,d lor .he ^ '<", *
,he i >enuty of Miami. sciioinr
*-* Sre avaitohh t he Bureau
..hK.iuca..onforthccoaTM.
,, the university in Hebrew."
B.M*.~ >"b"W CmliaM-M.."
-Education." and
D
Election Due SuaWoy
Sunda> will be election evening
,or the Young Pwaplrt L*u <*
Brth David Meeting Malta at 8
p m ,n the auditorium and i*
...jng adults Iroai 18 to 80.
jArf SfctwOpt.,^
4f Sam Hirscfc ^
Allied Art- nnoW^_
ling Sunday of a *-
I^MteaWt^wottwr'
|the SrudM Caller,,,
I at. and Pint-tree dr.
Arranged I Wl|lllBI
J art director ol the school,!
'will run for io weeks.
A reception in honor J|
will be held at the opaj
day. between 4 and "T^J
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
DECEMBER 31, 1956
*
J
^HK PAN AMERICAN BANK
PAN AMERICAN BANK PA*
Miami's cW* downtown bonk with drive-In teller service for your convenience! Check-cashmfl.
payroll, deposits, savings accounts (3= interest paid), and all other teller services that are
customary inside. Forget parking worries and drive in for jrou.' banking transact.om today!
5 OFFICERS
< 3 JAMES SOTT-LE :: Choirr-on c' *e Boc*d
O JAMES SOTTtLE. JR. Pres.dent
* z < z WILLIAM SOT Li Senior Vice P-es=--'
EDUARDO MORALES E*ec.'ive Vice Pres deal
< W. C. PA^sE Vice P-esident end Cost M
OC HI 2 C. H. Mc!NT!PE Vice Pres. ond Cor-p"-: M
< Z J. A. ADKISSON Vice Presdent
< 6. W. E. BOYD V.ce President
< 5 W. 0. DORMINEY Vice President
G. D. FAHRNER Vice President
O E A. GERARD Vice President
z JOHN L HALL Vice President
< z < 0. R. JACKSON Vice President
H. P. McGOOGAN Vice President
T. B. REED, JR. Vice President
< Z R. L RUDOLPH Vice President
< a. EDWIN COCKCROW Assistant Vice President
5 < i FRANCES P. LYONS Assistont Vice President
M. E. NET Assistont Vice President
u. o JAMES W. 0 HARA Assistant Vice President
z PETRA GARCIA Assistant Cashier
z 2 FRANCES Y. GREENE Assistant Cashier
J.M. GREIST Assistant Cashier
Ml 2 N. ROBERT HAMMER Assistont Cashier
< LJ.REIHER Assistont Cashier
P4N AMERICAN BANK
RESOURCES
C;sS and Dye from Bonks .............. $24,659,672 Q1
U.S.Government Secvntiei $7,749,3:
Si C:-.--. and
tone's....... 3.873 5""
Other Securities......... 97,500.00
Federc! Reserve Bcnk Stock 99.XO.00
TOTAL SECURITIES................ $ 11,819.408.74
Loom ond ( .................... 36,074,19974
Curtomen'l n letters of Oed't ___ 1,283,869.99
Furniture and Fixtures .................. i,046.26
Leosehold Improvements ................ 324499 12
Reol Estate Ownod Other 11 Bonk Premisei 174.586.47
Accruals ond Other Resources ............ 964.440.33
TOTAL RESOURCES.................TJ5 ,
LIABILITIES
D'PCS'S..............................$.69.472 632.88
Le"erscfCred'*....................... 1.283.869.99
Accryols ond Other Iiafa fa............ 626 578 25
Copitol (Com-von Stock).. .$2,300,000.00
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'...SOCIALITE

Ruth and Ben Zien Ginsburg are relaxing after
the many parties that were given during vacation
time honoring their daughter, Barbara Lee, on her
engagement to Jack RosoH, of Brookline, Mass.,
which they announced at a family dinner party on
Sunday, Dec. 23 .
The senior Rosoffs, Esther and Sam, were down
i festivities with son Jack, and were houseguests of the
rg* in their Prairie ave. home .
(art of the whirlwind: a dinner party for family and friends
cousins Rom and Ban Friadman, winter visitors here for
I years, gave on the 26th ... a luncheon-shower, reported here
reek, given by NUas Ruth Slndell on the 27th later that
rt. William Ruben-stein and her daughters entertained forty
Lpper party in their Meridian ave. home Sunday, Dec.
s the afternoon that Barbara and her parents chose to intro-
fihnr friends to Barbara's fiance and his parents at cocktails
(ir home .
other Ruth'a "Monday Canasta Club" feted the bride-to-be and
lose friends at luncheon in the Bamboo room of the Roney
hotel on the last day of the year Hostesses were the
imes Aaron Farr, Alexander Robblns, Jaan C. Lehman, Louis
Lky. Mickey Escol and Max Dreyer .
jn't know how anyone could settle down to work after so
I excitement, but Barbara is back at Brandeis to complete her
year Jack is at his books in the Jewish Theological
|ary in New York and the senior Rosoffs have returned
ir Brookline home.
liami'i becoming a real "television city" Tad Mack and
l.iteur Hour Family will be checking back into the Delano
this week for their third week of broadcasting coast-
[lends of Mrs. Oida Rubin, 5901 N. Bayshore dr., can expect
ic II be busy as usual this season Olda is the dynamic
lent "f American Friends of the Hebrew University .
ttertaining the board at a buffet supper and meeting at
Sunday evening are Mr. and Mrs. Charlas Charcowsky,
28lh st Harry SimonhoH will discuss the life of the
ludah P. Magnes. first chancellor of the Hebrew University
Friends consider the season hasn't really begun until Harry
lovely Use return from New York .
ians will be made Sunday night for the February arrival of
lederick R. Lachman, director of the American Friends of the
t University ... On leave from the university (in Jerusalem),
|1 speak for private gatherings for the United Jewish Appeal.
pur traveling Miamians Just back from a trip to Springbok,
Africa, is Mrs. Faya Brownstain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Spero. 2280 SW 2nd ter .
lays, who was a guest of Mr. Sporo'i brother for four months,
llsited relatives in Capetown, aqd Johannesburg .
jmong the parties there in her honor was one given by the
of Springbok ... In addition to gifts from the townsfolk
iras also presented with a recording of a speech made by the
in her honor!
I. view Country Club's first fashion show of the year will
lied -Reading Fashion's Palm" very apropos for a tropical
chairwoman for the luncheon and show is Mrs. Denial
ik, of Bay Harbor Island .
po chairwomen for the style forecast are Mrs. Allan Amdur and
:arl Woinklo Clothes will be from Burdines.
peaking of fashion, Barbara Dorn, top Miami decorator, has
work on the interior of Citizens Federal Sayings and
IA-mi\ new building at 400 Hialeah dr., Hialeah .
Riss Dorn utilized combinations of Japanese wallpaper, Italian
tie marble and traditional American walnut, to achieve a
between classic grace and modern functionalism.
|lr. and Mrs. Barnard Mandlar, 3912 NW 58th pi., welcomed a
Ml at Mt, Sinai recently, bringing the total to three Daddy
mII known attorney and past president of Little River
[Club .
(i joyous over the birth of a daughter, Nancy Jo, are Mr.
rs. Marvin Haven, 8115 Haythorne ave Mother is the
ir Barbara Sator Proud grandparents include Mr. and
|Nthan Satar, of LaGorce dr., and great-grandmother Mrs.
I Kaplan.
lot II arrivals are little ones Tlllle and Sam Schaehno have
tn housegueatl at their Alton rd. home their children, from
pork. Juliette and Sheldon Rothberg, and Sheldon's parents.
d Mrs. Alex Rothbarg .
ii I a long-awaited reunion is due for Louis Sokol, House and
\n exec, and his wife Annaballe, 3695 SW 18th ter Fly-
from England Feb. 3 is his sister, Mrs. Ray Pomarantx .
okofs hope Mrs. Pomerantz will stay at least a year, to help
[up for a separation of 43 years!
lmh gaiety in the Aladdin room of the Aleiers last Sunday
[when Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rauthbord of Chicago announced
ti agement of their daughter Sandra to Miami Beach attorney
s Arkin at a formal dinner .
lienda and relatives of the Rauthbords and Jules' parents,
d Mrs. Joseph Arkin, toasted the beaming couple again and
Jules will bring his bride home to live in Miami Beach
It he Chicago wedding in March.
ends of Lillian Kahn, former Miami Beachite, will be glad
w she is here from Chicago visiting Mrs. Cela Kosch, 3629
* ave Husband Bernie is expected to join her the end M
[ Kight now he's busy attending the inauguration of Illinois
'illiam Stratton, a long-time friend.
'lie victor belong the spoils Muriel Hlrseh (The Hat)
Miami Beach GOP. campaign chairman, has received a
House invitation to the inauguration ceremonies and ball >
[Washington her itinerary includes a round of shows in the
\i Skyscrapers.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, January 18, 1957
Section B
Just before appearing on a television program in behalf of
Friends of Hebrew University in Israel, TV star Virginia
Graham (left) and famous hotelwoman Jennie Grossinger
compare bracelets they received when both were subjects on
Ralph Edwards' "This is Your Life" television documentary.
MRS. SUBERMAii TO BE HOSTtSS
Drive Ladies Expect
New York Leader Now
r Beth Sholom Club
$ Young Matrons
Prepare Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Club of Temple
Beth Sholom held its first of two
panel discussions on "Planning
Your Home" Tuesday evening at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Irving
Hoffman. 1601 S. Treasure dr., ac-
cording to an announcement by
Neil Schiff. president of the club.
Experts at this session were ar-
chitect Abbott Harle, associate of
Moms Lapidus. and Harry B.
Smith, discussed "Technical and
Legal Aspects of Homehuilding."
Next forum will he held in Feb-
ruary, with topics and speakers to
be announced in several weeks.
On Friday, young matrons of
tho Mr. and Mrs. Club will pre-
pare a traditional Sabbath dinner
to be qivan for the group in the
evening in the banquet hall of
the Tempi*. Members of the
Temola's Sisterhood will super-
viss end instruct young marrieds
in the preoaration of the meal.
Mrs. Leon Krcnish serves as ad-
visor for this project, and Mrs.
Joseph Friedman, secretary of
the Mr. and Mrs. Club, is chair-
man of this project.
Other officers of the club are
Mrs. Harry B. Smith, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Leonard Silver-
man, vice president; and Gerard
Shainuck, treasurer.
Following the Sabbath dinner,
the group will attend services in
the Temple, which begin at 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will dis-
cuss "The Jewish Home."
A nationally known communal
leader who served as "the eyes and
ears" of thousands of women
throughout the United States will
arrive here Friday night from New
York City to address the Combined
Jewish Appeal Patrons' Tea.
Mrs. S. Alexander Brailove, an
honorary chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal Women's Division,
will be honored guest at the Wom-
en's Division big gifts event to be
held on Monday at the home of
Mrs. Saul Silberman, 5790 N. Bay
rd.
Mrs. Brailove has made a num-
ber of Survey missions to Israil
and North Africa to study at first
hand the life-saving work carried
on through funds collected by
the United Jewish Appeal in
communities throughout the
United States.
In October, 1953. Mrs. Brailove
was a member of a delegation of
Jewish leaders, who were invited
Beach Groups
Hold Events
Henrietta Szold group, Miimi
Beach chapter of Hadassah. held
a monthly meeting at the Al-
giers hotel Monday noon.
The program consisted of a
radio interview, with activity chair-
men participating. Mrs. Samuel
Frankel, president of the group,
presided.


Hanna S*n*seh group met
Monday afternoon, 1 p.m.. at the
Shelbourne hotel. There were a
talk and demonstration by Miss
Maria Marcy. entitled "Beauty.
Charm and Personality."
Miss Marcy is a theatre-radio and
television personality. She is
author of "Speech is Power" and
"What is Personality?"
to Jerusalem by then retired Prime
Minister David Ben Gurion to con-
fer on Israel's economic problems.
In 1952. Mrs. Brailove was a
member of a six-women delegation
which went on a four-week fact-
finding mission to Israel and North
Africa. As chairman of the Na-
tional Women's Division of UJA
for three years through 1952. Mrs.
Brailove headed the largest volun-
tary fund-raising group of women
in the world.
Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, honorary
chairman of the Patrons' Tea,
will head the group of women
leaders in charge of the after-
noon's program which includes
a Fashion Show by Martha of
Palm Beach and New York.
Women's Division chairman Mrs.
Samuel Sinionhoff has announced
that women's plus gifts, indepen-
dent of their husbands giving,
would help the local community
raise the necessary funds to m-
cue 100.000 refugees within the
next 12 months, as well as sustain
local and national welfare causes.
The Patrons' Tea committee in-
cludes Mrs. Jack A. Ablin. honor-
ary chairman, and co-chairmen
Mrs. Sam H. Host. Mrs. Carl Wrin-
kle, Mrs. Harry Mufson and Mrs.
Sam Blank. Members of the com-
mittee are the Mesdames Leonard
Abess, Max Boderman. Shepard
Broad. Jack earner, Abe L. Ca_s-
sett. Jacob Entine, Samuel N.
Friedland, Charles H. Fruchtman.
Leo Gerngross, I-ouis Glasser. Louis
E. Goldman, Sam A. Goldstein,
Morris Goodman, Robert Gould,
Robert Z. Greene. Nathan S. Gu-
menick. Samuel J. Halperin. Gabri-
el Heatter, Sam J. Heiman, Sey-
mour Heller, and Anna W. Hirsch-
man.
Also the Mesdames Philip Isaacs.
I*on B. Jacobs, Benjamin Kane,
Howard Kane, Rose Kohl. Inez#M.
Krcnsky, Morris Lefkoe, Joseph
MKS. S. AUXAN0EI IIAH.0VC
Lorber Chapter
Features Fashions
Lorber chapter of the Jewi-h
National Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren will hold a benefit dessert
fashion show Thursday at the Se-
ville hotel.
Fashions and accessories are fur-
n'-hed hv Hartleys of Miami TV
star Maxine Barret will be com-
mentator. Theme of the show is
"Portrait in Paris."
An added attraction will be a
hair style show by The Miss Koma
of Coral Gables.
In charge of tickets are Mrs.
Fred Diamond, Mrs. Leonard
Deutsch and Mrs. Garvin- Kleher.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Eugene Heiman.
Lipton, Sam Luby, Alyce Mayne,
Anna Brenner Meyers. Clem Myer-
soh, Max Orovitz. David Phillips,
Lee Ratner, Matilda Ratner, Oida
Rubin, Dan Ruskin, Samuel T.
Sapiro, Arnold Seeder. Monte Selig,
Jacob Sher. William D. Singer and
Leonard Wicn.
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FyT. Januqfy


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Marko here prepares a portion of her dttlidoui Gefillte Fish.
"These northern fish are a must' cr.z now obtainable at all
Feed Fair Stores." And. according to Mrs. Marko. "you can I
afford to miss the low, low prices."
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Danuary 1H' l
18, 1957
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Cincinnati Woman to Head City of Hope
Auxiliaries as Drive for '57 in Upsurge
A young Cincinnati, O, mother ] tered organizations across the
been appointed na-[ country, whoso fund raising activi-
ties help support the free and non-
sectarian City of Hope.
Victor M. Carter, president of

HMKY SKUROW
tional volunteer chairman of auxil-
iaries for the City of Hope National
Medical Center, Duarte, Calif., the
Miami office of the organization
announced this week.
Mrs. Harry A. Skurow. 39, fills
the post left vacant by the tragic
death of Mrs. Fred Herman of
Milwaukee, Wise, in the Grand,
Canyon airliner crash last June. As
volunteer auxiliary chairman, she
assumes a leadership position in
behalf of the more than 300 char-
)ueen of 'Cello-and Fashion,
w's Lovely to Hear and See
/ No. 6, "Pathetique,"
likowsky. will be the prin-
hevtral work performed
I nivcrsity of Miami Sym-
rehestra plays Sunday and
evenings. Jan. 20 and 21,
Beach and Dade County
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bctor John Bitter and tht
t will bt joined by world-
id woman 'cellist Mme.
rbousova in a perfornv
Dvorak's Concerto for
id Orchestra, op. 104.
Barber's brief Essay for
will open the stellar pro-
Kin to her concert aetivi-
Carbousova devotes part
line to teaching, at the
il of Music, and pri-
hcr home in Dc Kalb, III.
ira lik<'- to teach and says,
ronderful teachers, and I
. to he Rrateful for|the great .ce,|0 virtUosi of all time.
_ they taught me. I feel The titIe of Queon in Mme Gar.
- only right to pass on bousova's case denotes more than a
I know to other young. reigninj, poMtlon in the world of
I music, for the musician is one of
a personal pride in i the most attractive and smartly
of many of her stu- cownaat women on the concert
9CKEN
the City of Hope and prominent
Los Angeles business and civic
leader, said of Mrs. Skurow's ap-
pointment:
"Her long-time dedication to City
of Hope ideals, and to the fight
against catastrophic diseases being
waged through the Medical Cen-
ter's programs of treatment, re-
search and medical education, em-
inently qualify Mrs. Skurow for
her new responsibilities."
A graduate of the University of
Cincinnati, Mrs. Skurow has long
been in the forefront of City of
Hope affairs in her city. She served
as president of the Cincinnati
chapter for the City of Hope in
195355.
The Skurows have three child-
ren, Sandra, 18, Steven, 13, and Lin-
da, eight.
Mrs. Skurow takes up her na-
tional auxiliary duties in a year
crucial for the City of Hope, with
efforts aimed at attaining a $10,-
000.000 budget set for the 1956-57
fiscal years by the 1955 biennial
auxiliary convention in Los An-
geles.
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Hypnotist to Speak
Florida Society of Hypnotists
will meet Monday evening at the
Biscayne room of the McAllister
hotel. Dr. David F. Tracy, psychol-
ogist for the St. Louis Browns and
| one of America's outstanding hyp-
notists, will discuss "How to Relax
and Control Nervous Tension."
JIFFY-QUICK,JUST OPBI THE TIH- I
A royal treat when I
guests drop inL I
the n:, n.n's' major sym-
i itras, and others who
ad on solo careers of
of many of her stu- gpwru
|ti i now bold positions in' stage.
As charming as she is beautiful,
she is known throughout the music
world for her wit, intelligence and
taste, and as a raconteuse par ex-
cellence. A keen sense of the dra-
matic and an absorbing love of
children make her. stories of her
childhood in the midst of a large
ami musical family in Russia the
high point of any evening.
usova is now an Ameri-
iien, and lives with her
a heart specialist, and
fo sens, in De Kalb, in an
re home which "rino*
sic."
| he more rhapsodic of y f^ gjajsfcu
- have called Raya ... -
, .L Miami Beach Home and Training
r ieen of the Cello, Sehool for Retarded Children will
Hi ignation for a musi- hold a Tag Day Monday. Jan. 21.
considered, along with Mrs. Judy Holland is Tag Day
sals, as one of'chairman.
They're going around in circles
now but when they get home A
they'll head straight for the kitchen / [
and bowls of chili with crispy /
HOLSUM toast. Hungry teens /
have fun fixing easy snacks /
with fresh HOLSUM BREAD. '

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Friday, lag.
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'Jazz Singer' on Judea Theater Boards
With Performances Through Sunday
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Mrs ?.3f Berman. col<
will be featured on
proc r-.onor ol Mr. and
Joseph Weitz Wednea-
evening at meeting of
jew. :.al Fund Coun-
ireatw Miami in Se-
hotel. Couple are on two-
ui of U.S. in behalf
NF. Cantor Samuel Kele-
of Temple Beth Sholom,
be presented with a
Golden Book Certificate."
New GMJCC
In Operation H(J
New activiti, W(lr?
Wednesday for the ert
gram conduct. | hy
M:.vn Jew.sh < ummunH
in the North Short ar.i.1.
Beach "l|
Mrs. Dolor- Prtrl
supervisor in charge of tk
of ihe (enter npertuoT!
that a new pia> rup iv:
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t 1hemsel\, the tJSI
rows." ha- been orgfflSi
'n the Troa^urTwrJ
This group meeti aa Fnfr]
ternoons at th North Bajn|
Hall, under the leadenM
Senford Jacobson pre-med i^
at the Uaivcnit) | v1JmL
The Kixi] Kits i;,rl.' c|uhi<
ing in home> in Surf-idj'
planned the pn rnliin 4
playlets f(>r nursery srbool
v drcn at the GMJ< C Beach Be
1M6 Bay rd on Thursday {
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of GMJCC. to demon-trate this len Berr
fype of program.
Junior Auxilicry Heels
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the Home. 151 NK 52nd
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taste treat uith that
real old-fashioned flavor.
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Page SB
)RT Adopts Budget Policy for '57
few YORK (JTA) A $4,500.-
:J)udRet for ORT activities in
was approved here this week
t\v annual convention of the
ru an ORT Federation attended
delegates from various parts
i country. The convention also
ted a program to provide 25,-
000 young people in Israel. North,
Africa and other countries with vo-
cational training and secondary ed-
ucation.
Dr. William Haber, president of
the organization, told the dele-
gates that in view of the anticipated
influx of 70,000 immigrants into
Israel during the next 12 months.
ORT programs in that country
would step up activities to provide
education and vocational aid to new
arrivals. He announced that a mes-
sage had been received from Is-
rael's President Ben Zvi request-
ing that the convention act on this
problem.
American Jews looked with dis-
quiet at the triple crisis" threat-
ening Jews abroad. Dr. Haber said.
He described these as "the dan-
gerous insecurity of Israel, the
emergence of a new Jewish refu-
gee problem of people coming from
Hungary and Egypt, arid the smoul-
dering crisis in North Africa where
many of the 450,000 Jews have al-
ready suffered severe economic dis-
locations."
George J. Mintzcr. convention
chairman, reported that ORT had
established- eight new schools lor
immigrants and had opened two
new technical institutes in Israel
last year. There are now 83 trade
schools and related facilities in the
ORT program in Israel, he noted.
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Mrs. Roosevelt, Jack
Benny in Top Roles
At Cantor Bond Fete
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Pallot Attends National
S. Ronald Pallot. vice president
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many lire company executives from
attend the
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Admission to the Eddie Cantor to
which rt
will highlight the national .naugur he
,1 conference
B. nds -u the Fontamebleau hotel Mr> t
Saturday night. Feh 16 wil
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Latin Amkm Dm/'
With a view towards instilling a
neighbor" policy into stu-
,],!-. the Lear School, 1010 West
ave, i- this month celebrating
Latin American Day." A program
" Paru of
tending the
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School of b^
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and lecturers *,
respective fields
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chairman, and Jack D. Gordon ,\ ^S*1 f** bard
executive and Washington Fede'rrrlI nf nd "1SI::
following lur.ch, at Ley Pla &"' **
Pearson, honored guest, cut first sice col"mn:st Drew
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