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

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

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bined Jewish Appeal MUST SAVE 100,000 LIVES... Are YOU Helping?
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
se 31 Number 5
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 1. 1957
Price 20*
IS. Urges Israel Assurances
Lodge Calls for UN Police
'one to Fill Border Void
UNITED NATIONS (JTA, Israel hat firmly reasserted be-
i tht General Asssmbly its demands for assurances against re-
jtd Egyptian balliflerency simultaneously with withdrawal ef
op* from tht Gaza and Akaba sectors. At the same session of the
mbly Tuesday, the United States for the first time spoke of
Mtd for asturances to Israel and insisted that Egypt must
tply with all past resolutions, including those adopted by the
|curity Council.
At an all-day session of the Assembly discussing Secretary
eral Dag Hammarskjold's latest report on Israel's "failure" to
^?comply with previous troop with-
drawal resolutions, a brief but sue-
7 Dinner
mmittee
II. Jacob M. Arvey Wednesday
|The Jewish Floridian that for-
IPre.-ident H;.rry S. Truman is
Idy clearing his calendar for a
Jto Miami to address leaders of
Combined Jewish Appeal at a
ax campaign dinner Feb. 12.
Arvey, national Democratic
leader of Chicago and Miami
declared that the dinner
I be a splendid opportunity for
pi Jewry to pay tribute to Mr.
pan's high sense of justice and
courage.''
bre than am other man out--ide
pael, Oil. Arvey said, the for-
IPreiHcnt i directly responsi-
|or the establishment of a Jew-
: in Palestine a decision
ade igainsl the advice of the
agon in Washington, as well
kfluentiu! leaders in the State
krtmeiit.
I the tame time, Arvey, who
Whr ked the President to
W here, declined "with deep
iWng" an invitation tendered
Mo be toastmaster at the Feb.
inner. "While this is a great
." he laid, "1 faal that,
than to any other, it be-
ta a year-round Miamian."
[county-wiH. committee of rep-
ntative business and civic lead-
[have been appointed to serve
T chairman (arl Weinkle on the
*" dinner committee,
'committee includes key lead-
Continuad on Page 13 A
cinct statement by Henry Cabot
Lodge Jr., chairman of the U.S.
delegation, evoked great interest
here.
Starting out by declaring that
the U.S. still thinks "that Israel
must withdraw its forces without
further delay," Mr. Lodge implied*?*
that the United Nations Emergency
Force should stay in the Gulf of
Akaba area as long as it is neces-
sary for full freedom of passage
through the waterway.
"We believe," Mr. Lodge told
the Assembly, "that it b essen-
tial that units of the United Na-
tions Emergency Force be sta-
tioned at the Straits of Tiran in
order to achieve there the separa-
tion of Egyptian and Israeli land
and sea forces. This separation
is essential until it is clear that
the non-exercise of any claimed
belligerent rights has established
Continued on Page 11 A
DAG HAMMARSKJOLD
. under fire
Israel Blasts Report
As Dags 'Obscurity;'
Guarantees Stressed
JERUSALEM (JTA) After 48 hours of silence, the Israel
Government this week severely criticized the report submitted by
United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold last Friday on
Israel's request for assurances in connection with the UN demand
that Israeli troops be withdrawn from the Gaza Strip and the tip of
Sinai guarding the entrance to the Gulf of Akaba.
A Foreign Office spokesman termed the Hammarskjold report
"negative, unconstructive" and described some of its sections as
"a masterpiece of obscurity." He*----------------------------------------
charged the Secretary General and drew attention to the fact that
with "seeking to restore the regime EyPt's Foreign Minister "warmly
which already ended in disaster"
Mr. Hammarskjold's
State Department Expected
New Yorkers to Roll Out
Red (!) Carpet for al-Saud
welcomed"
report.
Mr. Hammarskjold's report was
also the subject of discussion at a
Cabinet meeting here. Indicative
of the mood of the Cabinet was the
fact that the meeting approved in
principle six projects designed to
improve living conditions, expand
agriculture in the Gaza Strip and
Continued on Page 10 A
NEW YORK (JTA) The ar-
rival here Tuesday of King Saud,
ruler of Saudi Arabia, was ignored
by the City of New York and May-
or Robert F. Wagner. King Saud
arrived in this country as person-
al guest "of President Eisenhower.
It was learned here Wednes-
White House Rebuffs
Request for Discussion
NEW YORK (JTA) A suggestion that President Eisenhower
include in his discussions with King Saud three problems "of vital
concern to American citizens," sent to the President by the American
Jewish Congress, has received an unofficial but brisk rejection from
White House sources.
In the letter, Dr. Israel Gold-+-------------------------------------------
day that State Department of-
ficials had expected that Mayor
Wagner would formally greet
the Saudi Arabian monarch
with a ticker tape parade es he
drove up from the pier to the
Waldorf Astoria hotel to his 67-
room suite. However, the May-
or's office politely remjnded
the State Department officials
that New York is the biggest
Jewish-populated city in the
world and that many Jews
might feel offended because of
the anti-Jewish sentiments
which King Saud has expressed
publicly on more than one oc-
casion.
In his address to a Jewish Na-
tional Fund dinner Sunday, Mayor
Wagner said: "There appears to
Continued on Page 13A
MAYO* WAGNfff
rest!'
stein, Congress president, urged
the talks to include Saudi Arabia's
exclusion of American Air Force
personnel of Jewish faith from the
Dharhan Air Base; the Arab na-
tion* international traffic in slaves;
and King Saud's "blood thirsty
and inflammatory statements"
Continued on Page 2A
Survey Uncovers Job Bias
NEW YORK (JTA) Religious
bias still keeps "white collar"
workers out of jobs "on all levels,
from clerical to'professional," ac-
fny Admits to Kilmer Nazi Paper
PW YORK (JTA)_ An Army
, man Wednesday conceded
new .Hungarian-American
F"'v newspapt.r published by a
P*"bed as veteran pro-
Fh > '" V,/i anti-Semitism
in Hun..,, v and ,he vs ..WM
g distributed with Army ap-
pto refugee* at Camp Kil-
Irvi
'" M. Engel, president of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee, said that Zoltan Fay's paper,
Sxabed Magyarsag (Free Hun-
gary), was marked by a "fla-
grantly pro-Nazi spirit." Ha
said the paper was being dis-
tributed secretly at the camp,
but the Army said the publica-
tion had been screened by Army
intelligence and approved for
distribution there.
Writers for the paper include
Lajos Marschalko, who was de-
ported from the U.S. in 1951 as
"an active pro-Nazi," according to
immigration authorities. Another
writer mentioned by Mr. Engel
was Kalman R. Rattkay, "former
editor in Budapest of the Nazi
daily Uj Magyarsag. which was
the chief propaganda organ of Hit-
ler's plan to subjugate Hungary."
cording to a five-year survey of
six major areas made by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
The report, detailing prejudicial
hiring practices in Chicago, Los
Angeles, San Francisco, Denver,
Pennsylvania and among the col-
lege placement bureaus of the
Midwest, was made public here
Wednesday by Henry Edward
Schultz, national chairman of the
League.
About II percent of 20,000
"white collar" job vacancies
listed for filling in Chicago in
the last six months barred Jews
from consideration for those
openings, the survey showed.
In Los Angeles, all but one of
126 employment agencies sur-
veyed "had agreed to screen out
Jews when referring applicants to
prospective employers," the data
showed. The single agency that
had refused to discriminate
against Jewish job applicants is
Jewish-owned. The same situation
exists in Denver, where 45 out of
46 employment agencies, includ-
ing public agencies, had agreed to
service a request for a secretary
with applicants who were "white
Protestant."
The report commended the
President's Coommittee on Gov-
ernment Contracts, "as a strong
new force in combatting job dis-
continued on Page 13A



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Page 2 A
w &rts&BS&tM
Enfe4s*25ri.
White House Rebuffs Grievances
Continued from Page 1A
avowing his intent to destroy Is-
rael.
White House sources indicat-
ed the President has no inten-
tion of asking any such ques-
tions of his royal guest.
A strong protest against the visit
was made by Bertram Reifkind,
, commander of the District of Co-
jlumbia Jewish War Veteran- De-
partment. in a letter to G. M Thor-
nett, secretary of the Board of Com-
missioners of the capital, who had
appointed the JWV official to a
citizens committee which planned
a state welcome to the Aialii.ni
monarch.
Mr. Reifkind. saying his organi-
zation would not "in any way par-
Parachute Chief Will
Confer Here Tuesday
ticipate in this w.-lcome to one
who in our judgment is unworthy
of being a guest of the American
people." asked the "immediate re-
moval" of his name from the cit-
izens committee.
A suggestion similar to that
of the American Jewish Congress
was made in a House speech by
Rep. Charles A. Boyle, of Illi-
nois, Democrat, who urged the
President to point out to King
Saud and "the American stand
for fair treatment" of all faiths,
including Judaism.
He said he hoped the State De-1
partment "in its concern for the
i anti-Semitic sensibilities of our
royal visitor, will not instruct its
I employes of Jews* faith to stay
home from work so as to avoid of-
fending King Saud during his visit.
Among the matters which it is
understood the President will dis-
ci.- with the King are issues of
Sandi Arabian participation in the
Eisenhower Mddle East program
and the renewal of the American
lease on the Dharhran base.
Maj. Mordecai Gurban. regiment- months ago
al commander of the Israel Army's commander.
Parachute Brigade, will arrive in j
Miami Feb. 3 to confer with na-
tional leadership of the inaugural i
conference for State of Israel i
Bonds. He will make several per-
sonai appearances in behalf of the!
Development Bond Issue while
here.
Veteran of the recent Sinai Pen-i
insula campaign. Maj. Gurban para-'
chuted behind enemy lines with
his unit, occupying the town of
A-Tur on the Gulf of Suez. He
played a leading role in the 1955
defense campaign to counter Arab
aggression at Khan Vunis. in the
Gaza Strip. Shortly thereafter, he
was appointed operations officer
became regimental
A soldier in Israel's defense
since its establishment, Maj. Gur-
ban served with a commando unit
in the Palmach Negev Brigade
throughout the War of Libera-
tion, rising to the rank of Deputy
Platoon Commander.
He was transferred to the then
newly organiied Nachal (Fight-
ing Pioneer Youth) detachments
in 1950, where he held command
positions and also served as an
instructor. In 1951, he left the
Army temporarily, to attend the
School of Middle Eastern Studies
at Hebrew University.
Maj. Gurban was born in Tel-
Aviv in 1930 and was educated in
'Golem1 Author
Due on Saturday
of the Parachute Brigade, and ,-ix ... ___ n ,
____________________ e________Jeru-alem and Rehovot. A member
I of the Young llaccabi movement,
he joined the youth Corps of the
Hagganah at the age of twelve. In
1947. after concluding his studies
Hr!Lne,'iCknrKn0WnC.d Pr,' an<' a< thp R^vol ** School, he w
dramatist, will be guest speaker at ...
a meeting of Der Yiddisher Forum aPP"lted full-time commanding of-
Saturday evening at Kneseth Is- ficer of ,no Rehovot area Youth
rael Congregation. Corps, a position he held until the
Leivick will discuss 'Yiddish outbreak of the War of Liberation.
Poets in America and Their Contri- afjMBSSS^il^BSSSSBMii^BiiSBBSBi^n
bution to American Literature."
He will also read passages from OBJECT MATRIMONY
his famous drama, "Der Golem." ;lad, 52 ,rs. el aft desires te meet
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February 1. 1957
T-
lefugee
*JeMn*rkHnm
Page 3 A
|A Mi*mi Beach rabbi who help-
Iclaar 'he DP camp, in Vimn*
Naples ten years ago said
Jewish refugees ence
- flooding these cities in
gic repeat of history.
ur-
Miami will help to rescue and r i --
settle some 100 000 refugees fleT LrT>!^ Til"* has Uncalled
ing countries of oppres^n ,d atJhe Seville ho,el
seeking entry into !, the L To'' Cha'rman f ,he Miami
United States. Beach Residents Division, which
Following a record breaking i was succes>ful in raising over $114-
jessing members of the Com- breakfast meeting of the Miami.000 a the unusual Bay Harhn'r
,d Jew|h Appeal Apartment Beach Residents hosted by Mr and Breakfast at Fiiv v .
SniviM-m at the Algiers hotel, Mrs. Shepard Broad, a foUow up CTit ** "**
ibi Mayor Abramowitz. of the I lllv-
itfa.Sborc Jewish Center and a
tier Army chaplain in 1947,
,| thai immigrants are again
king oppression and seeking ref-
7 in Israel and the United States,
hgaj are the only two demo-.
[lie nations with doors open to
i biggest warp' or stateless Jews
ie the yitler era, he declared.
Eahhi Abrarriowiti was director
Ueint Distribution Committee of-
in Vienna when Rumanian
, Hungarian families were
famine out of those countries a
tade ago. Today, there are 17,000
r> in Vienna at the midway point
heir flight to freedom, the Rab-
id isclosed,
I'Thii i year of rescue for
Jaws in Egypt facing ex-
ltL*ion," declared Rabbi Abrem-
, The picture it different In
\j than it wat ton years age
i time there is a Stato of Is-
l where all are welcome, ho
Dr. Meyer Eggnatz of 500
Sooth Shoro dr Miami Beach,
has boon appointed chairman of
the Normandy Isle area cam-
paign in behalf of the Combined
Jowish Appeal.
Appointment of Dr. Eggnatz was
announced by John Serbin, general
chairman.
Dr. Eggnatz is a prominent work-
er in the CJA Dentists Division and
is a member of the Greater Mi-mi
Jewish Federation board of govern-
ors.
100 volunteers represent-
[apartment house owners and
ers accepted work assign -
pis from co-chairmen Daniel
and Oscar Mamber. About'
apartment houses will be
I in the coming week, the
[-officials said.
Tie drive, which is only three
told, has raised nearly $1,000,-
I to date and seeks $1,468,000 lor j
Pl and national needs, as well]
$1400,000 for the Emergency
leue Fund to save 100,000 reiu-
Presidents Honored
tsident of the Greater Miami
pish Federation men who
i welded the Jewish community
i a strong and virile entity |
It* honored at a special dinner;'
|young business executives on
day in the Seville hotel.
hlian Weinkle, chairman of the,
MgMen's Division of the Great-
Miami Jewish Federation, has i
that "it is a fitting!
i lor young executives of to-'
I to salute these civic leaders
Mheir communal achievements
^past 18 years."
as co-chairmen of tho
_ *s' committee in charge of
i *a*er art Martin Pine and
* E. Singer. Vice chair-
nl the committee include At-
*'. Daniel Cravltt, and
(Mayer.
ation presidents who will
(hand to participate in the
Bl program are Sam Blank.
yfrooston. Howard Kane. Stan-
Mrers, Max Orovitz, Dan B.
Jacob Sher. William D.
'Md Carl Weinkle.
nte Selig, who served as
in 1944, ped awty
! years ago.
1 erving with the commit-
pclud,- Dr Melvin D. Becker,
H'a'ik. A. Budd Cutler.
MLEmmer. Dr. Harris Engcl,
*"[ Friedkin, Harold Fried-
b^rw, i: Gottlieb. Melvin
C,"r George A. Gaaham.
"M-ane. D. Robert Ltwia,
' sl">rr. Emanuel J.
^Samuel stark and Bernard
Educator Speaks
''" R. I-achman. prom-
Kak ,', TUCat,r Bnd aU,h0r'
I ms 1 <,mplc ,srael Mi-
F-Sunday. Feb. 10.
i!chr*n 'form#r **-
-,L Ura#,' Mi'" of
"" and Culture, and has
'ort largo audiences
'" througboot the
States.
J" describe the current Mid-
7^^'Hmandth.unnugra.
A ,unds ">sed in Greater
Pnnapcd. at hfctary-nicrking Combined Jewish Appeal l
augural dinner opening this community's drive for funds to
help save lives ot renigees oversea, and to meet Jewish needs
everywhere are CJA chairman John Serhin. principal speaker
Col. David Carmen, of brael Army, and initial gifts chairman
Samuel Friedland.
uttenraacher Will Become President
S.a^d^?eUsiH.nnTaCfeLWi,J be,!n- P^denl*: Louis Pearl, treasurer;
Center a V'L Isra6,ite and Winnie Sirkus- recording secre-
Center at a meeting of the Center tary.
i uesday evening. ____________^_______
Others to assume office include
Ben Segal, first vice president; Ja- f I C i
cob Brown, second vice president; betters fo the O./iVor
^srtB-#SLai as ^-*i*&*-%
tary T rifT 5ecre"i 1 am back in this country tern*
Frances Atterman. receding sec- K&" ,,eaJ\of'tee,l$T frm
retary; Mina K. Peal, corresoond fridge to Uke up a Visiting
ing secretary; Max ParneTsTeas a^u* f* ,ndiana **
urer; uS+m -hiSSUm-.Sl,ther kcturin arUnd the
lo. sergeants at^rms; Irving Sperl-i .ry"
mg, parliamentarian; and Emanuel }ust received tn Burt, Ronald Katz and Dr. Phillip m Harcourt. Brace a clipping of
Sawelson, auditors. *^i Hilary Mindlin's review of "Two
Outgoing officers are Hy Morris ^orlds" and ws much touched by
president; Albert Weinberg Max! 5 ReMns^y and affection with
Parness and Harold Abern vice wo,cn Mrs- Mindlin referred to me.
(See Jewish Floridian Nov. 9 for
review of "Two Worlds An Edin-
burg Jewish Childhood," by David
Daiches.)
friendship Club to Meet
Friendship Club of North Shore
Jewish Center will meet Thursday *m g,ad sne eniyed the book
evenin* P^h 7 .? ?.- &^. .,_ and tnat sne was moved to write
about it in such a personal way.
DAVID DAICHES
Department of English
Indiana University
Bloomington. Ind.
evening. Feb. 7. at the Center. Un-1
attached men and women 30 years
of age and over are invited to at-
tend the evening of daacing end en-
tertainment.




f he President, Campaign Chairman, and
Campaign Leadership of the
COMBINE JlWfSU AJ>mi
are proud to participate m 41
TRIBUTE
H
Harry $. Truman
the 32ml President of the United Stoles
WHO WILL BE THE GUEST OF HONOR
like
HISTORIC CJA EVENT
TUESDAY
EVENING
6:30 P.M.
February 12th
1957
ALGIERS
HOTEL
MIAMI BEACH
FLORIDA
hi this hoar of proa* slaooor for oodroes of tfweseads of Jews overseas end for tho eooplo of
Israel ... at a tima whoa wo era oosafl asked to oadortaka the historic job of life -saving and of resco* .
whoa Jewish Ufa oo all fronts bora and ovorsoos aswst bo stronotbonod ... wo, the Srootor Miami Jewish Com-
awnity. or* aeoosl to aoy triooto to Honorobla Harry S. Troason, dorini whstc odministrotioa os President of
tho Uatfed States, tho stato of Israel was bora.
tVo sohjto tho feethrsgbt hoaaonltorlon who was the first hood of stato to five rocoanltioa to the
yoaof notion. In those critical days. It is well for os to remember bis oroohetic words ot 1 o: "It is my desire to
aooJM in Palestine a strong, rosooreos, free and iadaejeadont state. It mast bo large osvoogh, free oneaab.
strong onovgh to atako IH oooaU solf-soassortiaf and socaro." mmmt W ****
CAtl VrilMNlE, Chairman, Tcihatc to Tramon Dinner
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Volume 31 Number 5
Friday, February I, 1957
Shevat 30, 5717
ilurinfi ike week
an I see U
by LEO MINDLIN
Truman Achievements in Retrospect
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cess to its own ports iree oi DiocKoae. ana peal, ana we taxe mis earca opponu
fequal rights to use the (Suez) canal with other tending our cordial welcome to him.
notions ___...
nations."
These words are part of a statement by
former President Harry S. Truman, sent to the
House Foreign Affairs Committee on request of
the committee recently and expressing Mr.
Truman's reaction to the Eisenhower Doctrine
for the Middle East.
____These are the words of the man who will
Kings Among Us
The White House Tuesday rolled out the
welcome mat and gave the red carpet treatment
to King Amir Faisal Al-Saud, of Saudi Arabia.
He arrived here for talks with President
Eisenhower.
King Saud comes fresh from other talks
talks with Egypt's Col. Nasser, during the
course of which he moved along with his fel-
low Arab princelings to remain firm in the face
of insistent UN demands for peaceful accep-
tance of Israeli integrity.
In 1953, King Saud declared: "The Arab na-
tions should sacrifice up to ten million of their
fifty million people, if necessary, to wipe out
Israel. Israel to the Arab world is like a cancer
to the human body, and the only remedy is to
uproot it just like a cancer. We don't have the
patience to see Israel remain occupying Pales-
tine for long."
A slave-owner, ruler of the world's last
Btronghold of human slavery, Saud is also king
of a nation where American Jewish servicemen
pre barred from U.S. bases.
This is the man who held three days
of talks with President Eisenhower presum-
ably on methods of containing Communism,
the substance of the Eisenhower Doctrine. Ac-
tually, the talks principally revolved around
Saud's fee for permittina a U.S. base at Dha-
haran a reported S50.000.000 annually. There
is little secret about the fact that Kinq Saud
wants to up this rental.
Obviously, the talks could revolve around
virtually nothing else certainly not around
concepts such as freedom and how to preserve
Mr. Truman's statement touches on one of
the very fundamental weaknesses of the Eisen-
hower proposal for the Middle East its failure
to deal with the essential reason behind the
explosive situation there, which is the Israel-
Arab tension.
The statement has received widespread
publicity on the basis of the former President's
assertion that "I would give the President the
authority contained in the resolution he has re-
quested." This refers to Mr. Eisenhower's plea
for the right to use American armed forces in
the event of a Soviet threat against the Middle
East.
But hardly publicized at all was this more
important assertion: "I hope the Congress will
make it clear that the Congress does not
consider it legally necessary for the President
to come to it for permission to exercise author-
ity which is vested in him by the Constitution."
Mr. Truman's position here, we believe,
emphasizes his insistence that "the Adminis-
tration has failed to define the geographical
area in which it proposes to use the powers re-
quested, and it has refused to specify the
means military or economic which it
proposes to use."
For both Mr. Dulles and Mr. Eisenhower, in
presenting the Eisenhower Doctrine to the
American people and to the Congress, seek to
achieve the following: 1) Significance for their
Middle East plan on the basis of its name,
which relates to the successful Truman Doctrine
in the cases of aid to Greece and Turkey, the
Marshall Plan and the North Atlantic Treatv Or-
ganization: 21 the prestiqe of "uniaueness" bv
implied reaction of Mr. Truman's unilateral
action in Korea, where the former President
moved to commit American troons accordinq
to the emergency powers granted him by the
Constitution.
These are the weaknesses and danqers
Harry Truman underlines. This and more
is to be anticipated as part of his talk before
Combined Jewish Appeal leaders when he ar-
\7ZtVfy ln lehruarY- ^e welcome ma.
is out ,o the former President as the man whose
swift recognition of the State of Israel led to the
lf^thiJ2L
here. I was as p, ''
There can be n?***t
' to .< T^hnAppea,funft^2i
ately recognized Israel's independence, thus forcin'.^tS*ho111^
follow rapid suit. It was also his unhesitating ,w Russi*
Israel's acceptance to membership in the United v on "* ea
Obviously, the complete story will not be reveli'T'
Ions time if. indeed, ever. But I believe this u lo *kj
thai Mr. Truman acted against the most urgent i, ,st d?
State Department officials. All of which might elicit f n*>\
a feeling of smugness arising out of "obviously intrii th*ni|i
Fact of the matter is that neither intelligence nor h,n!fT bvH.
issue here. ""asight can bj
The difficult conditions currently prevalent in .,
were pred.ctable (kg* State Department person,,.?. Nl
l.,s of .heir b.eoJsJrVs.inc.s. Were they heeded "v mV"<
all likelihood themjirould be no Israel now Fon.in.i ,Tna*,
Jewish Slate was established, even they could not revok : t'1]
For these pn^fefU have been in the saddle ol sJt/r!'
pol.-> since 1953; wdthey have since been mak,n. UD ^H
l-> contributing to dne fulfillment of their allege,! .,, Ll'^
ingly vocal, they have been acting toward Israels ng |
ance with the frustrated instinct of their vintage 194H !"*
meaning of such viciousness to the Jewish State amnT.,?"6
Il..... ;i Hr:ir I'vimnln n( lininn k..L___j *'l 10r M
it. According to the Anti-S^y an^A^g IS^^^T* lg* ^ ^
Protective Society of Great Britain. Saudi Arabia world powers he S'a'e b* 0,her
imported 1,000 slaves in 1945. This fiqure was
VIS I SCiely Wi,h ,he Uni,ed Natin* in
3346. Estimates today indicate that Saudi's
slave imoorts rose to 16.000 by 1955 and that
this number is in the neighborhood of 20 000
today.
Speaking before the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee some ten days ago in defense
of the Eisenhower Doctrine. Secretary Dulles
declared Syria to be one of the only two
democracies in the Near East movinq toward
greater degrees of human freedom." The other
vvas Saudi Arabia.
This great exponent of freedom this Kinq
&"TiSa?rof our 9overnment be-
AdagelfUnit^^
m ^Mto^p^aaterijoa of America and
Hapoel Hamizrachi merged recently at a five-
day convention in Atlantic City. N.J.
The merits of either organization apart it
b apparent that the goals of both combined
into a single group will henceforth be more
easily attainable. e
n,oMn?Chi anduHa?el Ha"""achi partisans
rnay still insist that the type of religious Zion
sm expressed by their particular Jroup was
to be found nowhere else. But, assumma the
common, coal of religious Zionism, a sinqle ad-
ministrate superstructure can now strive to-
ward that goal with greater effectiveness than


"*"*!Q*,TmUihemmr
tins is a clear example of living backward

MSNMESNr WINNING TO MPOtt ITUU
JV.NG BACKWARD is. however. ma,
present Administration, which rode to victory jn low* ,
innlHeCiU*J d,shonest>' that taUi the imagination SrJV
and Dean Acheson were arch enemies of the CO P Korea Li
tlSSff "** *** "d ^ *?
FantasiictsideliRhts included the "treason" of Gen Marh.ii I
the sellout arf Chma. For Republican leadership> the t '
ach^vements of the Truman regime reached into the earliestM
FDI s I residency This rearward-turning became the turn 1 weS
political legacy Adlai Stevenson bore heavily during bii firrt^l
aga.nst Mr. Eisenhower. But when Stevenson found WnST
empted a second time by the Truman legacy in 1956 it became,
beyond question that backwardness is personality trait f
tbe Administration would not easily be separated.
The simple fact is that ISM the first opportunity in
four years for a Republican Presidential candidate to speak o,
basis of h.s past record uncovered no such campaign tech
That old rearward-tturning quirk again seised the G T P as a pre*
alternative to anything remotely concerned with fundamental t
i P they bobbed again: Truman and Acheson and Korea and!
if now misgiving, reference to messes In Washington.
But Mr. Truman, reviled so viciously in 1952 and reviled taj
political wiernjes once more in 19S6. may now sit back comfortably!
atcn the dishonesty expose itself. And. as it does, he will erne
the enduring light of history as one of this nation's great Pres

UVINC BACKWAID OVfffWNHMS TMUt IMVHITMNISS
fy|R. EISENHOWER failed to point to his record -imply
. wu nn r''f<"-d. From January. 1953 to November.,
mi domestic policies were uniformly without distinction except!
"" features: 1) Mr. Fisenhower's recognition of realities and|
sal to submit to intimidation from old guard K. publicans >{
matter ol propelling, unhampered, by then popuUK accepted:
reforms; 2. scandals like Tidelands oil, natural gI
"v": fontracts to favored political choices that put thei
'"" incident into its proper propurt.
But the singular COP. lack of inventiven.-- at home was I
""'""unalely, to mark its career abroad. Determined to be diffa
i 'ulles. indeed, was and remains so today. "Bold.' the Presfc-
''< adjective, became a constant reminder oi a S diplomaed
neweai East and Far East that has left us stripped of all friem"
tor what we may muster from among the tr-acherous
Kingdom] anil dictatorships.
Vn iJ v" !"'" the 'nWeadea of our embarrassinc relationi witht
tn-ui. Nehru. Naguib. Nasser and Sir Anthonv Eden would Del
me at mis time an excessively repetitive effort. Suffice it tosayl
Person'J the total tragic failure of the Eisenhower-Dulles "
P~,V; '.'I Um ,hc Pre*nt refused to debate with Mr. Ste
iww the most profound of these failures was in the Near!
Bcmnnmg wnh ,he (en||pe q{ Hgnry Byroade a> ,s Amb
ri.M'i or perhaps with the Secretary of States pistol,
i.. .'.' a? 8nd ,hon to Nasser daring Dulles difference!
pi rmitted the invasion of the area by the Soviet Union, has sucH
iii,c a a SV('re ^,,, w,,h Brita'n and France, traditional Aa-
liem u"k i'" 'uday a,m,,s| ,ne so,e advocate of pohtically-rottet*
Arah /' Admin's'ration is perfectly willing to leave ther*
the ',' T ,h ,N ,he touchstone of future peace or i.
hands ,l has served Naaser'i destiny to itiol
T MkWB Hilt IS IMltCIHG
ALJ" ^ WHICH brings me to my original remark about livil|
Dohcvm, r LS ,ore'Kn policy today Joins Eisenhower do*
D?r2' P,"g he Pro6r.ms of Mr. Truman The so-called "&"
Doctrine. h miniatur repreaenUtion of the earlier
applicant! Sri ,he Trum,n Doctrine meant many things. Pnj
J'V *nd Turk'y UmiUn Pin'^ f SV" nl
the No ,h T..mCam in brMder "" P'nt Four' ,he MafSS
and',1 L an,1C.TrM,y Organization, the principle of coaU-"
bolster br"''ant Truman diplomatic maneuvers deP-
World w,m,P" "r"n,,ra|eally and technically at the coacl-fj
numst expansion with impunity.
rtopfh? ,"r"<"cal "PP'ieation of these ele-^
I n ,e v K,H"ea would have meant virtual .ii-olut.on-l
woiid ha 'a gwnfw furth" K"'mi,n,mr3
Uld have """' ""at the IS, then accepted u the lea*rj
Conlinuad an Page I A


1, 1957
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The Jewish community is deeply appreciative of the many years of devoted
service which Eddie Cantor has given to the establishment and upbuilding
of Israel. His vision and self-sacrificing effort have been an inspiration.
STATETOF ISRAEL'BONDS
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Beach Apt. Assn.
Installs Officers
Slate, county and municipal lead-
ers paid tribute to Morris Gold,
retiring president of the Miami
Beach Apartment Assn.. at a testi-
monial dinner given in his honor at
the Seville hotel recently.
At the same time, new officers of
the association were installed by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-El. Fuller Warren, former
governor of Florida, was prin-
cipal speaker at the affair. Miami
Beach Councilman Sam Halperin
was toastmaster.
Officers installed include Irv-
ing 'Schatzman, president: Don-
ald Beck, first vice president; Jo-
seph Sertner. second vice presi-
dent: Scott Lipncr, treasurer: and
Mrs. Helen Sanders, secretary.
On the board of directors are.
William Brenner. Daniel Broad, j
Stanton Campbell, Jacob Feld-i
baum. Essie Flink, Leonard Green-!
field. Ira Gross. Charles Hall. Louis |
Makovsky, Oscar Mamber, Al Os-1
ii1^^^^
Southwest Center
Southwell Jewish Center voted
l.i-l *eeh to purchase an acre of
land for its proposed building. The
land is located west of Ludlum rd.
between sw 12th and 13th its.
Tht conservative congregation,
which wm oroaniied teven
months ago, has been plowing
steadily. Besides a religious and
Sunday school program, under
supervision of Rabbi Abraham
Levitan, the Center has a Pre-
teen and teenage group, Sister-
Acquires Acre For Building
hood, AVn'i Club and Golden j sons." Rabbi Levit,,
Age group. At the meeting loot nesday. Philip SheDe-.1-^
week, members voted to sponsor man of, the memtv
a Boy Scout Troop.
Jack Grusby and Abraham Lech-
tee. ~-bershjp
Officers of the South
JHCK uni!>uy iiiu 'iiuiiuaiM 1.....I- --------..., oouihWes,
insky have been named chairmen Center are Morris Him
of the building fund committee. I dent, Jack Koch and J*
Simultaneous with the build-1 vice presidents, and M ^
ing project, the Center is organic- treasurer.
ing a campaign for new members,
concentrating on new-comers in the
area, and other unaffiliated per-
City of Hope Names Alter as President
Photojournoiists
Slate UM Confab
Med School Exec
fn Miami to Talk
With Local Leaders
Top journalists from leading U S
heroff. SidneyRubinowi.7.' Francis magazines and newspapers will be
White and Louis Wolsten. fl In,e J "'versity of Miami May 6
to 8 to lead a photojournalism con-
ference for editors, writers and
photographers.
Co-sponsor with the university
111 the American Society of Magi
jzine Photographer, the national or-
, ganization of professional maga-
zine photographers.
chairman for I'M b Wilson
Michael M. Nisselson, director of Hicks, lecturer in journalism and
development ol the Albert Einstein former executive editor of Life
College of Medicine, has arrived and the A sodated Press News
in Miami Beach to confer with Photo Service ASMP chairman ii
notional and local leaders on the Morris Gordon, in charge of sem-
o liege's development program and inars and exhibits for ASMI'.
the opportunities which exist the Among those who will comprise
fields of medical training and re- the conference faculty arc Ravi
search for Individuals, trusts, foun- Mackland, picture editor of Life;
dations and corporate businesses. Eliol Elisofon, staff photographer
Nisselson said "these opportuni- for Life; Louis T.V, ("Ted") Mer-
ties are directly related to the cier. picture editor ot Holiday Ed-
I'nited States' health and welfare ward McCarthy, managing editor
requirements and to our country's of This Week
defense needs." He called the shor-
tage of trained medical personnel
"the weakest link in our nation's
defense program."
Home Meeting Scheduled
Meeting of the Bikur Cholem'
.... I Kosher Convalescent Home was to
kftatmZ / n ,' ? eT": be held """""day afternoon a. the
live offices at 940 Lincoln Road home of Mr and Mrs. Hyman Mack
Joseph Alter, of 6365 Allison nj
has been elected president of the
City of Hope
Others elected at a meeting last
week are Michael Sosstn, executive
director of the Kloridian hotel, vice
president; Simpson J Rosenberg.
1443 West ave secretary, and I>r
Jerome J Landsman. 2950 NE
2nd ct.. treasurer.
Alter explained Wednesday that
all men are welcome to join this,
club "which is devoting itself in the
support of the battle against the
catastrophic diseases such as can-
cer, leukemia, tuberculosis, and
heart ailments amenable to sur-
gery "
AltT ha been a resident of
1 Miami Reach for 25 year- an I has
j been active in various civic and 1
'charitable organizations
Low Fat Diet Course
At Jackson Memorial
A special course Ol lour weekly
classes In Ion sodium and low so-
dium and low fat diets has been
announced by Dr Martin Belle,
chairman of the nutrition sub-
committee of the community sen
ice committee
Sponsored by the Heart \--n. of'j
Greater Miami and the Miami Diet-
etic Assn., the classes will be con-
ducted each Thursday evening
during February Irom 7 to 9 p.m. j
at the Outpatient Clinic, classroom L
No. l, of Jackson Memorial hos-'|
pital.
Mrs. Ksther (ioldfiogcr. J750
71 st s't., of the Miami Beach City of
Hope Women's Auxiliary, an-
nounced that Leukemia Day would
be instituted this week and that
the City of Hope, Miami Beach
chapter, is planning a Tag Day
Feb. 21.
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chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
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The Albert Einstein College re-
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trom the Ford Foundation, one of
33 similar grants to the nation's
privately supported medical
schools.
Inauguration of the second aca-
1623 Meridian ave.
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reported. He added that Samuel
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Toronto, and Charles Frost, of i
Palm Beach and Westport, recent j
ly were named to the board of
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Ly, February 1. 1957
**/<#>noridton
kirns on Germany Still Pending
SEW YORK (JTA) The board of directors of the Conferenr^ ____ **
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NEW YORK (JTA) The board of directors of the Conference on
ih Material Claims Against Germany, representing 22 major Jewish
izations throughout the free world, announced last week that
ooo indemnification claims of victims of Nazi persecution in all
of the world are stll pending against the West German Govern
The Conference, by formal resolution, appealed directly to CharJ
ir Konrad Adenauer of the West German Republic to speed up'
indemnification payments to Nazi
victims by carrying through a'
three-point program. This step was
taken at the opening session of a
two-day meeting at the Hotel Roose-1
velt. The sessions were attended by i
more than 40 Jewish leaders from
W M y.ar, .90. "Th. gr..t
majority of Naii victims, nov.r-
thelass, have UiM, to this vary
cUy, to r.civ. th. paymont. duo
?horn. Dr. oldmarm stated.
ithor of Book
iami Resident
k. FxIik Mtion.il Depart^
I Lircle in New
usf published.a
Lfc-Ahraharn P. Unger, of 1008
Ml ave., Miami Beach, who
to this area with his wife
years ago.
is .ntitl.d "Main
li^trAov" ("My VHIaaa
frikov") and givos a sensitive
i of a young man's growth
I a small town near Lodi, Po-
pd, through his immigration to
ricj.
two parts, the book concerns
f with "In the Old Home Town"
I "In America."
The former describes in highly
fcary term* I'nger's observations
(such diverse matters as meth-
I of Jewish livelihood, education
A his own family. "In America"
(is with the author's arrival here
his increasing concern with
lor affairs.
ajar was for many years a
ks presser in New York City.
sections. Historical Strike of
I Preners" and "A Critical Time
|the Labor Movement" are re-
ded as extremely valid pieces
lobscrvation arising out of bis
mate experience.
pr. and Mrs. Ungcr are the par-
; of Miami heart specialist Dr.
Unger Another son, David,
I daughter, Mrs. Sy (Matty) Wal-
reside in New York.
Inger was honored at a Work-
s's Circle function Friday eve-
I in the Miami Lyceum.
North aneSouti America. Euj-ope
br. Nahum Ooldmann, sweat.
<*** e# the Claim. Cessferenee,
pointed out that Hie wrongs for
whit* weomolfication is duo
raw under tbo NasJ
AUAMAM UUCtK
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MaW.MadAVI. L o-5*eS
r!VE" ""* "Plrd nowi you
""*titfctory Work by
fipwiMcM M.nM
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*m ar Mom M.
AT CANS
n 4.16 HI 4-tttl
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'Mton LIU hl|,it, fig.
Jr. Avo^-"^ 5
Chest Campaign
fails '57 Goal
Dede county's 1957 Community
Cheat campaign fell over $200,000
short of its $1,528.000 goal as time
ran out in tie first two-week cam-
paign ever attempted in Greater
While John R. Ring said the
total wasn't reached, he announced
an exiaosiun of the drive to allow
volunteers in every nahjlaliiiiliiiiiil
to finish their important block
|axrt to-pvt'the Chest over the top-
for the seventh straight year.
Workers in trie house-to-house
croup met 00 Friday to re-
port' complHtoa of their regions.
"U you have not yet given to the
Community t^eet-campaign, you
can do so hy waaiteg your "contri-
bution direct to Chest headquar-
ters, 393 NW 1st at., Hum!;" Ring
k ^ Confrence resolution urged
tne Bonn Government to 1. Enlarge
staffs at German indemnification
offices to expedite the handling of
the million pending claims; 2 Pro-
vide funds supplementing the sums
earmarked for payment in govern-
ment budgets, wherever the volume
of claims is greater than anticipat-
i A,Standardize and simplify
maahwiBeatioii pr<*edites to.peii
nut the uniforhi and speedier
treatment of claims throughout the
German Federal Republic.
On the credit side of the ledger
Dr. Goldmann expressed satisfac-
tion with the implementation to
date of the Bonn-Israel reparations
Pact, to which the Conference is a
Prty He reported that a total of
$273,809,000 in capital goods and
services was delivered to Israel by
West Germany since reparation
Payments started on June 30, W53
Of this sum, $64,285,000 in goods
and services were received in 1956
and deliveries this year are expect-
ed to run at the same approximate
rate.
Tha reparations agreements
stoned in I9S2 at Luxemburg
call for tha German Federal Re-
public to deliver to Israel, over
a 12-year span, goods and services
valued at $822,000,000. Th. Con-
ferenc. is to r.civ, during this
storied a total of $107,000,000 as
Its share of the overall amount,
to ha used for tha relief and
rehabilitation of Nazi victims.
Dr. Goldmann disclosed that
major capital goods already deliv-
ered to Israel include ten dry cargo
motor ships, two passenger and
cargo liners, and one oil taker,
aggregating 85,000 tons. In addi-
tion, deliveries of Diesel locomo-
tives, railroad cars, oil drilling
equipment as well as pipes and
casing and telecommunication
equipment are playing a significant
role in the growth of the Israeli
economy. Deliveries scheduled for
the current year are expected to
include a passenger vessel of 10-
000 tons, and three dry cargo motor
ships of 12,750 tons eacn.
Moses A. Leavitt, treasurer of
the Claims Conference and execu-
tive vice president of the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Commit
tea, reported on achivementa tjow
'f from the Conference aigeea
tasa granted over the three-pear
stretch between 1954-56. He called
attention to the vital role Confer-
ence funds have played over the
past three years in the strengthen-
ing of Jewish communities which
suffered most at Nazi hands.
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HtU^n'%
He Gets Message Of Israel's
People from n.eckn^'t
^y. united wSE*
spmtual heritage otjj*
Isaac A Levy, <>f 2312 N. Miami
ave.. has a direct report from Is-
rael an encouraging report, he
feels The letter la from his young-
er brother, Moshc. who lives in
Haifa, and whose three sods are
serving in the army.
One took part in the recent Sinai
campaign. "Last week, he came
home for a visit ... the spirit of
the ancient Maccabees was in his
character." Moshe writes his broth-
er. Isaac "In the iutuxe. historians
will write how the God of our
people have embraced and re-
deemed our land and changed our
Miamian Isaac Ley/
his brother's bel,ef mi,,
public proves there
fear about Israel*. m
GOODPERMANfHT,
n fmnm.
for elderly v.,
"nee to b* wh !,,--_,
Jo 47th at.. w.7k ;*" -
tUVown,own M'""'
Combined Jewish Appeal Needle Trades Divi-
sion, which gave Miami its 1957 campaign
chairman. John Serbin (seated right), goes into
action this week under direction of chairman
Sam Kantor (seated center). Workers are
shown planning CJA affair at home of men's
stylist Mai Marshall for Feb. 12. Seated (left)
is Alex Schneidman. president of Miami
Fashion Council. Standing (left to right) are
Leonard Grossman, Paul Schoenberger, Sam
Robinson, Irving Marbey and Ed Brown.
New Hope for Deaf as Mt. Sinai
Opens Hearing Rehabilitation Center
IW hope will be held out for| tration hospital in Past-a-Crilla
tr.tion hospitt.
Beach ntar Tampa.
New hope will be held out for
deaf and hard-of-hearing persons
with the opening of South Florida's i
first Hearing Rehabilitation Center. | SamueI Gertner. executive di-
Max Orovitz. president of Mt. rec,or of ,he hospital, said the:
Sinai Hospital, announced that the neann8 center will be staffed by:
new center will be opened at the members of Mt. Sinai's Otolaryngo-j
hospital on Monday. Feb. 11. and logv Department and will be avail-1
will be held every Monday from 8 able ,0 a" medically indigent per-:
to 10 a.m. He said plans have been sons wi,n ncarin8 impairment in
completed and equipment has been Sou,n Flor' purchased to provide the latest fa-' The facilities will include an air
cilities for diagnosis and analysis of cona'tioned. sound proofed testing .
hearing impairment. room"
He said the hearing center will
provide the services of trained
specialists for proper medical
and otological examinations of
patients.
clinical atmosphere in selecting a
satisfactory instrument for any
particular case; determining the
possibility of restoration of hearing
through surgery: therapeutic non-
surgical treatment when indicated.
Gertner stated that the latest
otological surgical procedures
such as "mobilization of the
tapes," developed by Dr. Sam-
uel Rosen, of Mt. Sinai Hospital
in New York, and Dr. Julius Lam-
port's fenestration operation will
be available at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, and thus new hope can be
offered to those with hearing im-
pairment.
Seal Sale Still
Is Going Strong
65.828 Dade couqtians have re-
sponded to date in the 1936 TB
Seal Sale, contributing a total ol
$142,588.
This is the largest 'number of
contributors ever tv participate in
the annual Seal Silt In-the 28-year
history of the Dade County Tuber-
culosis Assn.. and represents 10,-
000 more contributors than a year
go.
Final reminders are going in the
mails daily to those who contribut-
ed last year and have not respond-
ed to date.
Seal contributions received
through Mar 30 will apply on the
1956 Sale, whose minimum goal
was $135,000.
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"takes price in helping to advance
medical progress and increase the
health services of South Florida
with the opening of the Hearing
Rehabilitation Center."
He pointed out that there are
now only two hearing centers in
Florida one at the University
of Florida in Gainesville and the
other at the Veterans Adminis-
The opening of the Hearing Re-
habilitation Center increases to 20
the number oi clinics al Mt. Sinai
Hospital. A new 300 bed ultra-mod-
ern building for the hospital is now
under construction on Collins Is.
Among the services to be offered |5 It 4^,7* 5"
at the Mt Sinai Hospital Hearing SLfiSk *** "*
Rehabilitation Center are diagl_________________
tic appraisal, ,,, determine the bl-i .
type of bearing impairment In- r""0S0pfiy, Astronomy Set
volved; evaluation of hearing aids As Topics by Spinoza Forum
scientifically and impartially in a Fifth lecture in a course on "The
THE WEEK... IS I SEE II
Philosophy of Spinoza" will be giv-
en >> Dr. Abraham Wolfson Sun-
day evening at the Spinoza Out-
,l1""- Forum, Uth st and Ocean ct
Pi Of the talk will be
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The Boy
Who Looked
at Lincoln
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Independent
Zionists on
The Move
NEW YORK Plans to form a
, new organization, an integral part
of the World Zionist Organization,
| but without affiliation or identifi-
cation with any political party in
Israel, have been announced by
Judge Louis E. Levinthal, of Phila-
delphia.
A statement of policy released
this week announces a national con-
vention, to be held in March. Judge
Levinthal, Philadelphia jurist, vet-
eran Zionist leader and member of
the Zionist Actions Committee, is
servuig as provisional committee
chairman of the new group. The
Committee is operating under the
name of The Independent Zionists
Of America, with offices at 200
west 57th st., New York City.
The naw group', policy state-
ment fell. Am.ric.ri Zionist*
who mad. "important contribu-
tion, to lb. founding of modarn
Israel," and pays tribute to
"countless American Jews unaf-
filiatod with any Zionist group"
who hava "givan ganorous sup-
part to tho Zionist id..I and tha
Stato of Israal."
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try by a small group calling
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they have launched: to undermine
and weaken the ZOA," the state-
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Mid-East
Expert in
Bond Talk
More than 600 State of Israel
bond holders were present at
the annual bond holders' report
meeting Monday night at the Al-
eiers hotel. They joined in a
"Tribute to Workers," praising the
efforts of more than 400 volun-
teer workers who helped sell a
record-breaking. $926,400 in Israel
Bonds during 1956.
Jacob Sher. chairman of the
Greater Miami Committee for
State of Israel Bonds, presided
at the session in the Rubaiyat room.
Ira Hirschman, just returned
from an inspection tour of em-
battled Hungary and recent
visitor to Col. Gamal Nasser of
Egypt, presented an inside
picture of the currant situation,
both in the Middle East and in
Europe.
Blasted
Continued from Pago 1 A
otherwi>c strengthen the link be-
tween the Gaza area and Israel.
Premier David Ben Curion. who
Ml Ins sick bed to attend an emer-
gency Cabinet session last Wed-
nesday, was not at the meeting.
In blasting the Hammarskjold
report, the Foreign Office spokes-
man said that "the reoort of the
UN Secretary General it rtmark-
Hirschmann has made more than
a dozen trips to Israel, most of
them on diplomatic missions, and
won the One World Award in 1949.
He once served as liaison between
the American Embassy in Tel Aviv
and Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion.
MOISHtU fttfift
Boy Cantor
Performs Here
Cantor Moyshele Berger, 11-year-
old prodigy, performed at Sab-
bath services of Congregation Beth
Jacob Friday evening and Satur-
day morning, and also gave a con-
cert Sunday night at 8.
He was assisted by his teach-
er, Henry Spector, well-known New
York conductor and composer, and
a choir of four.
Cantor Mojwhelc was born in
Jerusalem and came to the United
States with his parents at the age
of four. He is a student at the
leshiva Chaim Berlin.
There was no late Friday eve
nmg lecture at Beth Jacob. Rab-
bi libor Stern announced Wednes-
day.
Town Dade Federal
Remodeling Shows
Growth, Lipton Says
Result of customer growth, down
town offices of Dade Federal Sav-
; ings and Loan Assn. have been re-
, modeled, the second time in levefl
l years that additional customer
| space has been provided. Joseph
M. Lipton. Dade Federal president.
j announced Wednesday.
Lipton made the announcement
(coincident with the climb of Dade
j Federal's resources to the $100 mil-
! lion-plus mark.
"At the start of 1956. Dade Fed-
j eral's resources were $85,074,000.
I and at the end of the year they |
I were $102,544,328. an increase in |
one year of $17,470,328 in re-j
sources. This establishes a remark-!
able growth record of which we
are proud." Lipton declared.
Lipton pointed to Dade Federal's
more than 70,000 savings account
and home loan members as another
i indicator of growth. These have in-1
creased 8,750 during the past year.
In order to provide additional
are for customer traffic in the
downtown offices at 45 NE 1st ave.,
a number of steps in modernizing.'
beautifying, and streamlining the'
interior were taken, Lipton said. !
New suspended check decks for J
customers leave the floor uncluter-!
ed. eneeutive office area has been I
rearranged for more lobby space,'
and service desks have been ar-!
ranged around the lobby to provide '
greatest convenience and speed for
I Weiso lessf,,^.
r some thTj
Hammarskjold ?**
t is the duty JfiL
Ions to respect Hw '
member state ...j'*!
"^heatVi,
" "ndemn, or Jl[
* V Point that fJdL
Egypt only defitq JP
bt.in from theTfiA
threat of f0re, _V"
that a .,. J\
'ween Israel and Errsp
ITVITED NATIONS (JTA) With alt tne*e countries except^br! Listing the .
Israel ordered by the United Na- (France which voted-with Israel, and again*t Israel and ouT
lions General Assembly Saturday j Costa Rica and Cuba whieh ab-tacts, as well as
' to withdraw its troops by Mon-! stained voted In favor of the, by Egypt 0f its mt
day from the Sinai section of final resolution which ordered fa-'iseajel by force of 4,,
the Akaba area and from the Gaiajrael to WttblartW vrcfrm-frre days spokesman tid: .11
Strip. Israel Ambassador Abba (from the Sinai' tip in the Akaba skjold's answer to tha
Eban last week conferred with area and from the Gaza Strip. The | ed belligerency js
j UN Secretary General Dag Ham- resolution was preaented on behalf, for the restorflioi
of the Afro-Asian block which is agreenient that is 1
composed of 25 member state* of j very state of affairs 2
the United Nations. I the present crisis.'
Eban Airs Israel View
On Withdrawal to
marskjold on the views of his
! government with regard to meas-
ures to be taken following the As-
sembly's decision.
The decision adopted by the Gen-
eral Assembly, by a vote of 74 to
2. with two abstentions, demanded
that Israel evacuate the above two
areas, and requested Mr. Ham-
marskjold to report on the comple-
tion of Israel's evacuation not lat-
er than Monday, January 28.
Mr. Eban told the Assembly that
Israel will insist on IN assurances
against a renewed Egyptian block-
ade of Akaba and against the use
of Gaza again as a base for attacks
on the Jewish State.
It is believed that, In the
course of his talk with Mr. Ham-
marskjold this week. Ambassa-
dor Eban presented concrete
proposals which include occupa-
tion by the United Nations Emer-
gency Force of both the tip of
the Sinai desert commanding the
Akaba waterway and the Gaza
$trip, with Israel in charge of
civil administration in the Caza
area.
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THE FUGlcK-GRANADA PLAYERS
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"THE FIFTH SEASON"
1 Performances Feb. 2-3; 9-10
Donation $1.50
; customer traffic.
I New decorations in the Dade
Federal first floor were chosen for
, an atmosphere of warmth and col-
; orful informality. Lipton said. Dec-
jorative screens are used as back-
grounds in a number of instances
' Green tweed-texture carpetinu is
used in the new accounts section.'
] Uooby columns and fronts of teller
counters are done in a rich mar-
blized finish.
A complete new llgfetuM arrange-
ment makes use of indirect illum-
inationiwith cove lighting behind
attraeth-r pfrfotafed grata sblteds
Upton recalled thai growth of
I Dade Federal necessitated remodel
It of Ihe ores-
ent downti '
.Dade Federal occupied
owe' when the in
fa'! :''"' '" l93< I"
139 Bade federal purchased the
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"; home linee, For ,,m,eu.
,ience of customers, branch offices
aiuTk'"""1 '" K,I,M'" Center,
Allapatiah, and on the lamiam,
Israel had articulate backing in
the Assembly debate in its re-
quest that there should be no re-
turn to the situation which pre-
ceded the Sinai-Gaza campaign
and that the Akaba waterway must
remain free for all shipping.
Among the member countries
which supported many of brad's
contentions in the three-day Assem-
bly debate were the United States
France. Canada, Australia. New
Zealand, Costa Rica. Cuba. Ireland,
tne Dominican Republic, the Neth-
erlands and Portugal
Nevertheless, the delegations of
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/to Too* Everything~Now He Thanks Ike for Freedom
,pok,n man appears -fl____^|M foTp.H. ,. ,m_________ "**#., #fl ^ /W # # %ZUUUIII
nfl-spokrn man appears
|oD Saturday as "Baal Kri
Ladpri f Miami Hebrew
fnd Congregation. During
Hinder of the week he is
f of the efficiency apart-
buse in which he lives at
[6th ave Miami.
lame is Jack Kubel. The
tee lifted him in blue num-
Flfo forearm as 42259
j boldly written, indelibly
_i the piimpous clarity that
line Gwman Third Bejch.
[in Plon-k. Poland he
pinri vou it is the- home
if Israel Prime Minister
i Gurion Kubel left
JACK KUUU
I .. asats t
jue Council Program Moves
art, in Local Affiliation Campaign
KMitn ('.niri/tl r\t AmAri. --'----- a &L_ tf..a Mm. .,
jagogue Council of Ameri-
pne forward in its program
lack to the synagogue"
; in the Greater Miami
t a course and fashion the
pattern of this move-
i Council has selected Mi-
; initial regional area test
David S. Andron. Na-
abiael chairman of the
of sponsors, declared
Idnesday. "Hade county
elf on its numerous fine
five synagogues," he de-
trition with religious
aders here, the Council
stir a spiritual aware-
wakening of ethical
Or. Andron explained
of the movement in
for Paris in 1931. where he set up
a clothing factory.
When the Germans arrived in
the French capital at the be-
ginning of World War II, Kubel
lost everything including his
wife and daughter. He will cry
softly about that even now, and
beg apology a moment later.
His destination was Auschwitz
one of the Nazi's most brutal con-
centration camps. Late in 1943
**##-!** frigid H gjfrrsaw
with some 5,000 other Auschwitz
Jews "to clean up", afterthp/War
aaw Ghetto revolt.
Dachau, another Nazi hell, fol-
Io*5d h's Warsaw detail in July,
1944. And this is where one of his
happy moments begins On
April 25. 1945, Kubel was shipped
out of Dachau. Packed tightly into
railroad cars with thousands of
other Jews, he travelled for five
days without food or drink.
The aimlessly-wandering train,
like so many others, was inter-
cepted by liberating American
forces on Apr. 30.
"The Nazis were by then trying
to cover up the evidence in their
concentration camps," he ex-
plains. "Aimless train rides for
Jews was one of their methods."
In June, 1945, he was shipped
back to Paris by US. authori-
ties. For years, he stayed in his
adopted city, trying to read-
just. But there were too many
losses Kubof sustained there
nd too many memories.
On January" It, 1956 Kubel
came to the United States. He ar-
rived In Miami three weeks later.
Kubel can do very little today. He
must live a physically quiet life
due to the, in juries he sustained
in the Nazi concentration camps.
But he Is happy with his fate
at happy as a man of his ex-
perience can be. And this hap-
Contract Given
ibbi Ever
aac Ever has been pre-
Ita a life contract aa spir-
ler of Agudath Israel He-
litite
A. Feldman, congrega
rident, said Wednesday
Mfe-eontraet is in recog-
ptabbi Ever's "selfless and
expenditure of health,
energy in the found-1
president Irving Pietrack I
witract decision was
I recent Agudath Israel
view of the feet that "so many
social, secular and even admin-
istrative activities have been en-
crusted upon synapogue and tem-
ple life today, thus causing the
essence of what constitutes re-
ligion to be obscured
He said that the purpose is "the
revitalization of religion, whose
meaning must be brought to the
teen ager. college student, young
married couple and mature man
and woman."
According to the Oelluo Poll,
there are more than 1,500,000
Jews unaffiliatec/ with syna-
gogues in the United States. Of
those who are affiliated, the poll
found in a survey during Jan-
uary, 1954, less than 27 percent
attend their synagogue or tem-
ple regularly.
"While in Miami a considerable
higher degree of affiliation exists,"
Dr. Andron explained, "the need
for collective effort to meet the
enormoua challenge to Judaism is
nonetheless urgent."
The Synagogue Council- program I "^9 1"- 26 Bar Mitivah ceremony of David, son of Mr and
c^LS^o^udatnTa^thl: ** ^^ Ka,~ ** Mr,. Rachel Atkins, grand-
increased afflliavj mot** David. Pitcured deft to right) are Mrs. Kaler. Rabbi
____________________Yaakov Rosenborg, David, and Mrs. Atkins.
piness, Kubel expressed recent-
ly In a letter to President Eisen-
hower, choosing the anniver-
sary of his liberation to lot the
President know how delighted
he was to be in America.
And, before a week had gone
by, Kubel was answered by Pres-
idential assistant Sherman Adams'
in a return letter from the White
House.
"Your thought in writing to the
President pleased him very
much," Adams wrote, "and be has
requested me -to send you this
note.of thanks. He is grateful for
your kind expressions.
"The President also wants you
to know that he is appreciative
of your friendliness and good
win."
A simple reply ... But to Kubel
it is the justification for much
suffering justification which he
finds in America, his new land
of freedom.
Gerstein Named
Honorary Member
State Attorney Richard Gerstein
has been made first honorary mem-
ber of the new Carriage House Key
Club at Miami Springs Villas by co-
owner Art Bruns.
The new nightclub and restaur-
ant at the-Villas has a membership
roll, but is also open to the public.
It is decorated in Gay 90's style,
with an old-fashioned wall phone,'
Currier and Ives prints and a tra-
ditional fireplace.
Beth David Congregation is presented wi(h Torah Scroll dur-
stimulation
tion.
of
U.S. Urges Assurances
Continued from Page 1A
Wand, Rabbi Ever en-
^tae New Haven Tbeolo-
hi 1929 and was or-
?!?H*cam*to "MUmi
[ 1M8, having first served
*m Brooklyn, NY.
lor of Literature degree
Ted on Rabbi Ever in
ton College of Colorado.
author of numerous ar-
I books.
In practice ther peaceful condi-
tions which must panrern naviga-
tion m Tatars having sweh an m-
ternerienei Hwereet."
especially in the "sensitive posi-
I lions is the Gaza aad el Auja sec-
tor*." However, he told the Assem-
bly that not only Israel but Egypt
as well mast strictly observe the
armistice agreement and must five,
"fullest respect" to the resolutions
The American position, as stated; of the Security Council aad the
by Mr. Lodge; is that UNO" should General Assembly which -an- the
cooperate with the UK Truce Su-1 keys 4 the restoration of peace and
pervision Organisation, as suggest- stability."
ed by ICr. Hammarskjold, sad' "Surely this Assembly would not
should be deployed oa both sides|b* rrn to the
of the Egypt-Israel armistice lines, help,
hostilities,
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following such withdrawal "assur-
ances that an sought in -this con-
nection can be given effect and
they must be given effect ." He em-
phasised very strongly his govern-
ment's position that "the United
Coral Woy ladits In Auction
Coral Way Jewish Center Sister-
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at the Coconut Grove Masonic
Temple Feb. 2. Mrs. Jack Friedman
is chairman of the 8:30 p.m. affair.
Nations Emergency Force is carry-
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Hgypt."
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JNotes from tUl IQMi s Pulpit
Higher Meaning of the Sanctuary
The following is another i'. < series of articles prepared by spiritual
leaders here for The Jewish Flondian "Rabbinical Carrier" in cooper-
ation with the Greater Muni Rabbinical As.n Rabbi Abraham
Herson. of Tifereth Israel Xortliside Center, u coordinator of this
Assn. program.
By RABBI ISAAC LERER
Monticello Park Congregation
In the Torah portion for this
week we read: "And they shall
make Me a Sanctuary and I will
dwell in their midst." (Exodus
25:8). The Torah describes in full
detail the building of the Taber-
nacle and the service connected
with it.
This great venture of building
the Tabernacle took place imme-
diately after the great revelation
on Mt. Sinai. The children of Is-
rael were not commanded to build
a stationary shrine at Mt. Sinai
to commemorate the revelation,
but rather they were commanded
to build a Sanctuary, a religious
center which was to be a movable
edifice to travel with them in all
their journeys.
If a Sanctuary would have been
built on Mt. Sinai, and the chil-
dren of Israel would move on to
the Promised Land, that Sane-
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
Shevat 30 5:47 p.m.
*
tuary would have become a shrine
of very little value. Moses did
not want a Sanctuary to be a
pilgrimage center to be visited
once a year: he wanted a Sane
tuary to move with the people
from whence they would draw
inspiration and holiness and
where the children would get
their instruction and guidance.
American Jewry, for the last
ten years, has engaged itself with
building tremendous temples with
great enthusiasm and fervor, and
once the edifice is completed, it
becomes a shrine a pilgrimage
center where men and women
assemble for the High Holy Days
The Sanctuary is left behind, and
the congregants are wandering in
the wilderness without the spirit
of the synagogue moving or dwell-
ing in their midst.
Throughout the centuries, the
synagogue was a tremendous in-
stitution not in size, but in spirit.
It was the secret of our survival.
It imbued us with a spirit that
marched with our people through
the long, dark centuries of perse-
cution: within its walls our peo-
ple found refuge and security
a buttress of hope and faith.
"Im Vesh Es Nafcho Lo-da-
ath." cries the poet Bialik. "If
you wish to know whence your
brothers drew that strength to
people stood at Mt. Sinai and pro-
claimed Naaseh V'Nishmah, they
became qualified to build a Sanc-
tuary. The Jew who lives a Jewish
life both at home and in hia dally
life finds the need for a syna-
gogue every day of the year. He is
interested in the synagogue not
merely as an Ohel Meed, a meet-
ing plare of social activities which
we certainly need in our com-
munity, but also a Mikdash, a
Sanctuary, a holy place of cree-
Frid
ay. F
Uvity. holme- .
"> which rHi-
Torah to eve!??"
The synagoga,
m*r*'y *n edi|
"f II rati*..
**inarv skruT
vival of Jut**!*
uat become^ J*
that moves sfliktbr
the Jew carsj,, ^
tmUSy,^SU"ri,
wmes and m ^j
edifies1
Friday Service Will Highlight L
Tfiii'tL'h eUfttatsa* %af>ael* #11 tv. i_ %_ ..
*]
Jewish Music Month will be ob-
served at Beth David Congsesjaiion
during its Friday night service
Cantor William Lipeoc and the
Beth David choir directed by Al-
bert Sussman will chant the service
IABBI liAAC tftff
. tonctnory left behind
combat the armed phalanxes of
their enemies; you wish to know
whence they drew that courage?
"El Beth Hamidrash Sur'" Go to
a little synagogue and there, at
dawn or in the twilight of the
vanishing day, you will find men
chanting over an ancient tomb;
chanting their old. old Talmudic
chant from their sacred law.
There you will stand before the
miracle of my people's eternal
life, and you will see the glory of
an undying race."
We must remember that "the
synagogue edifice does not make
Jews; it is the Judaic spirit that
makes the synagogue." When our
t+ljabkaih <^<
ervices in
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AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 C.rlyU St. Orthodox. R.bbi Akundtr Kon
avo. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. | Crocs.
' and H 15 p m. Korum
aid.
MB (.r Mr. and Mrs. Char lea
Friday MS rind S:l p.m, Forum Prlda; m m Saturday i
s-mon. What u,.u. Kutlr. j,,.!,- Harmon; w.-ku Ponton"
lam In iiih I mted States?" Baturday e e ,
lai In tha United states
I m Sermon: "Th- BtynagoKUc la !
i sanctuary," Kiddusii hosts Mr. ami i
.Mi- sol Bhaplro.
#
ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd avo.'
Consorvativo. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen
borg. Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 8:15 p m. Sermon A 1".
Ii.- iv,,|,i.. j a Hlnalnc People R
urday a.m. Rai Mitsvah: Lauren.-.
bon of Mr. and Mis. Samuel Brodei

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
ky.
Friday t:tt p.m. Saturday >.?,(! a m.
on: Syiunosua Salvation oi
Ml lafactlon.

BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
ve. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
Herson.
Friday 7.1 p.m. Sermon: "The Sane
tuary ol the Heart Saturday am
Sermon: "Banctlfylnt Time."
.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie avo.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
man.
, Friday t:l| p.m. Sermon: "Makln*
A Uvfns." Baa Mlllvitn. Beverly;
daughter of Mi and Mrs Ueorce Hlol-
'vf-r'if, '"r,"""1^ MS a .,1 Sermon;
VW-.kly l'ortton

I NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
(75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maver*
HIALEAHMIAMI SPR.NOS. 951 Abr.mow.tr. Carter Edward ttS
Flamingo way. Conservative.

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 HE
1th it.. Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Oerti officiates.
| SOOTH DADE JEWISH CEN
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.12 *" M'*m' Comr*"V Hall.
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con- R#rnv ** Merbart M. Baunv
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerar. 9**\ .
ho^ooo,. u, -'"-,
Yehudah Heilbraun. iTTt. Conservative. Reb-
el Abraham Leviten
I Friday 1:80 p.m Sermon: 'octal
spa
'Heart of Ood." Btrasaei
Tiihiiix to the Lord." Saturday a.m.
Sermon: "VWekly Portion."
", >
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami eve. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Anfrert
Giants.
Friday *:10 p.m. Sermon: "llappl-
n" Many Hldea." Ones Hhabh.t
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rarb-
llne'e loth -ldln- anniversary. Sat-
urday a.m. Sermon: "A Mew Book
and .\>w Month."
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254
ave. American Judaism.
Abraham Cassel.
2AMORA JEWISH CeNTER. 44
Zamoro ave. Ceetserv stive. Rabbi
IB. Leon Hurwits. Center rtudibjli
i Brill.
'Friday l:|t p.m. Sermon: "Life and
Times of Kabbl Melr of Rothenliui-e "
Saturday 1:30 a.m. Harmon: "The Flret
Synaxorur Ha* Mltivnh: Call
daushter of Mr. and Mr*. Joeeph Oe-
RBbbi Dr. Tibor N. Stem
111 Washington Ava, M, B.
Prserm. JE a-22*5 M 1.1949
jtoWghlightnewogJ
by classical aajJ
composers.
Ameng ^Jf
heard will ba,i
^."eompo*,|
of the
by Louh
Ml Chomocho" ,_
ranged by Isidore Fn
kivenu," by EIih
"V'shomru," arr*nees'|
?^"P^'ry Ameritas
Abraham W. Binder-,
KWltV by Camw L
ken, of San Antanie, Ta
The junior choir will 1
first appearance tlni 4
the direction of Cantsri-
will sing "Ahavsj 0laa7
dell, and the hymn,
bath Day.' -ar
Luskin.
The sermon delivered |
Yaakov Rosenberg wjfl |
inf People is a Sinfuii!
call for
\viirh',;'v \"" '"" *nnon: "Uvmc
with i.Mrselv.- |t:1, Miiavah: inlta
.;n. a. .1uiKh.o, of Mr ,, ff" Jg
>r**Ki> 1 on ion.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 319 SW Tcaa, *
24th tar. Cons.rv.tiva. R.bbi M.V- Ch.L E B.E SHOLOM- *
|on Malavsky. Cantor SarT., l^SJTL 222 "** L"
Salkow. ^ronish. Cantor Samuel Kelamar
BETH JACOB. 301-311 W.^in! KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eurliel
WnVf ?r,hdo*-. Tibor m. Orthodox. R.bbi David L^hr a?11 ^MANU-EL 1701
asffii *-* ursa fits. \ BgtoBifr& -a
mm HHWW SCHOOL.,,., ^J^ttEEL*
SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
a
Koch 1/ktvBfliflf
The Dedication of a Monument
to the Memory of |ht late
0AV K0CN
formerly of
: 88th Stskit,
Miami Beach
uill ta\e place
5Lr.-r.Av. Fraai'ARr Jd
st I 30 PM at
Mr Nrao CrwrTrar
anrJi Rabbi Lkon Kronish
Offn !,,.
Mr Koch u survived by his
Athlye Kaplan and a .on Hy
Koch, all of Miami Beach.
Arrangrmrn,, are charge q{
'de Monument Company.
Fnend, and relatives are Urd
lo be rfe*nt.
STRONGER
ANAI
UfsMtlkel
/aetas' taUaf frsss I
Wtoalao aafml ._
eripCrTTkatVi
not tea* aaa sat a 1
Ktra."
MlWr,, eaasifSiaei
eaakasfasaUatasr
L0NG4)l$Ts
MOVEI
DAILY I
Nasr Teek. No* JaajaJ
W"'
DIAL Jl M35JJ
RITVaN LOAD I
M.tiobfnwui)
S5 COLIN! -
a. tr.'

BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd!
av*. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker. I
i-Vi.Uv -,;N ,, n, Baturday s :io ra'
Barmon: "A Hitura in Btornl^"
BETHTFILAK 935 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.

FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Heim.
1 '\,'rV \.'"",,,,::"l.Pm- f!,,,," P*nk-
Mrs Mae 11 Welnateln, head ,
Women's DIVlatoa or CIA. Saturday 9
"'. Bai Miuvah: Richard, n 'r
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Imx.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
1801 S. Andrews eve.. Ft. Lauder-
d.le. Referm. R.bbi Mariu. R.n-
sen.
e

MONTICELLO PARK. 164,h rt
rases and \|r ,,,,1 Nl- i-'n-
Patnrdaj \""''" s K
Porum." Berason Weekly
NORTH DADE CENTER. ,j*30
J. D,x,o hwy. ConMrv.i.. R^bbi
J-rr Okolica. Center Maur^
TEMPLE ISRAEU 137 NE 19m.
C^tor JKob Bernstein. ""^
riidav 1 1: ..
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PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT
"Wiami'i Ltadinf Mttnorial Dtllll
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Consarviv,. Rtbbi
HEBREW ACADEMY. ^ t^&g^^ W.xnC
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February 1. 1937
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Seminary Reveals Miami Committee
PlIPIHrli..^ mm BBM ... __ ... __ __
Eg Uhnnon (center), of Tinplj-0.fi toKgh.) Rabbi Mayer Abramowit*. North
to. f cWan of newly fonned'^hpre Jewish cWtar; Rabbi Yaakov Rosen
fclorida Rabbinical Aswmbly Commit- berg. Beth David; and Rabbi Alfred Wa
G Rabbi Solomon Goldfarb (second Temple Zion. No, shown e R^bbi BT-n
subchaarnan of National Rabbinical Hurwit,. Zamora Jewteh Center, and Rabb"
Jrlaw.Cornm.ttee.whoaddre^re- Samuel Lerer. Temple Bern Sholem. Holly-
leeting of the group. Looking on are wood. y
'"'Wji *v-r:----------------------------__________
[URGES MIAMI CHAIRMAN ~
\man Dinner Committee Named
Hnu*d from Page 1A
I CJA Pace Setter's Divi-
I men who served promin-
Itaa initial gifts group at
campaign kickoff three
Formation of a South Florida' Center;
Rabbinical Assembly Committee Zamora
was announced this week by Eman- Yaakov
uel.fowter, Southeast regional di-'
rector of the Jewish Theologlral
Seminary of America. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-EI, was elected
chairman.
The committee, which is part of
the national Rabbinical Assembly
of Conservative Rabbis in the Unit-
ed States and Canada, has been
formed to help coordinate the ac-
tivities* of Greater Miami commit-
lees of the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary va^ (h# UnlCed sy^^,, of
ft.meric;i.
'lo -u <>rfj
i-***" 9r*up," said
Rabbi Lehrman Wednesday, "will
guide a program to acquaint the
Jewish community of this area
with the vital role that the Sam-
inary play in tho advancement
of Torah through its Rabbinical
School, Teacher's Institute, Col-
lage of Jewish Studies, Cantor's
Institute; and through its 'Eter-
nal Light' and 'Frontiers of
Faith' radio and television series.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz,
Jewish Center; Rabbi
Rosenberg, Beth David;
Raabbi Alfred Waxman, Temple
Zion; and Rabbi Samuel Lerer,
Temple Beth Sholem of holly-
wood.
SURVEY UNCOVERS BIAS
Continuad from Pag* 1 A
crimination." But it pointed out
that many firms practicing em-
ployment discrimination held fed-
eral government contracts and
Harare ^violating tiieir eantnctual
pledgfe not to discriminate be-
BttaaVof met, religion 6V national
origin.''
3? *& ^flL*g^L.MgOS; gjgi Penman. wltam Blechman.
Slrtln. and Milton Slrkln ?,V? 7-" rHt"-D,v f1wm. J-
Also named by We.nkle to serve ^V&fe^^o3iK
were division heads from the Busi- J.u"u" nremhouwr. loadore Hecht
nes. and Profesaions groups and ^SSj^kiLtS &TlbS:
'In addition," Rabbi Lehrman
added, "we will expand the serv-
ice*: tn^t the United Synagogue of-
fers to congregations and schools
through its departments of Jewish
Education, Youth Activities; Social
Action and the National Academy
for Adult Jewish Studies."
Members of the newly formed
committee are Rabbi Mayer Abram-'
owitz. of the North Shore Jewish
MIAMI BEACH SURFSWC I
1104 Lincoln Rd. 9473 Hording Ave. J
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pier re
CUSTOM TAUOMHG
1104 I'NCCRN ROAD
Miami Beach
9473 HARDING AVENUE
Surfside
HABERDASHERY
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Inr cnnimltlre will Include
Ink. *h^|..,r.l (lioad. 8am i, ... w--
lir Ucrii- (iwHiman. a. j. ""' Appeal campaign in various -
been directing the Combined Jew- ^%SSTl^ ua^ii:^
I^venaon. David I^vlnon.' Samuel
Upton. Joaeph Mrchlow. IUn Meyer*,
Kane. Ai.e Kurman. j paxU of Dade county. They are-
ram. sjrn J H.lman. Jo-' L#o Acktrmu, R William Int. Muravchlck, David 1'hllllpa. Jn-
8ho.hH.
M*

UAHC Leader Wilt
Speak in S. Florida
j^B'Meroii cotofMSON
feaders Lunch
Ms Danan'
IIS8 SV,Dawn which
Pom'rkeael fahl week.
I.8 |Wer!s 'arl Weinkle.
P- *" fhafltin. Howard
[5 other members of the
fWisn csitiinet.
||.-hjeadr, were told that
%L "' ^m, C()sts of ^
the new wave of
rw> eppiessed countries.
"' 5t'ady flow of
mm foru>c0ming from
, J""!,h Appeal to sus-
IHWer economy of the na-
^ ttuclo^d.
WIHUm D. Slneer. Jack C Stein,
Carl SuaHhlnd. Harold Thdrman. Qua
Trau. Dr. Jnaeph Weldberir, Julian
Weinkle. Winiam Welntraub. Dr.
Charlen Werblow. Manuel Aioff. A. B.
Wiener. Harry Blumln. Ram Kantor,
Dr fcarmiel ..Cioldenson, Rabbi *Jullu>. Kaadin. Ed. Dokaon. Irrln Kor-
Emerltus of Temple Emanu-fcl in <" ''"'! Jaooba. Maurice Oroviix,
New York City, will deliver a series Hmrt* ixamond. iAoofe RaMawwHs,
of sermons in the Greater Miami M""ln nn*' Ctaraan Raurlfeh,. Ralph
area from Feb. 8 to 22 as part of a lj" h"'11"- T"'" *, Oaarga Bogs,
nationwide tour. ( "l""'"n ** J,""1,h "'-''''I"-.
nr rM,w. --. I'nlllp S. h..enl-i((. In \l,v, |;KKnati.
sponsored by the Union of Ameif Tfcw Btarn. Rabbi B Bwirsky,
can Hebrew Congregations, parent a*er Uebman. Nat annokur, and
body of over 500 Reform and Lib- nrry Za*ernlck.
eral congregations in this country.'
Dr. Goldenson will peak at
Temple Beth El. Hollywood. Frj
day. Feb. 8. He will address Tem-
ple Judea, 320 Palermo aVc., Corel
Gables, on Saturday. Feb. 9.
He will speak before the congre-
; gation of the South Dade Jewish
Offict Hows Lined
Beth Jacob Congregation spirit-
ual leader Rabbi Tibor tSern an-
nounced Wednesday that his office
is open two afternoons each week
for persons without previous ap-
pointment who wish to confer with
him on family counselling prob-
lems. Office hours are Monday
and Thursday from t to 5 p.m.
Be, Bey G4HF CARTS
SoM Repaired
RffMMked Rtih.ltee-
Goff's Golf Club Service
1423 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Cablet, Ph. HI 3-2e5
W.B. HAILEY
DENTIST
I rr .**'*
' C5*l "At, MIAMI
Purer,** Ml W7J*
Labor Leader Due
At Dade Monday
Walter Reuther, president of the
, United Auto Workers Union, will
Center, which will meet in Beao- *Peak in Dade County auditorium
mont Hall of the University of Mi, Monday. Feb. 4, at 8:30 p.m under
ami, on Sunday, Feb. W. J auspices of the University of Mi;inii
Dr. Goldenta>-wll aiaa> prearh s,ud,'nt Body Government,
a sermon in Temple Emanu-EI, Ft. Reuther is the fourth speaker on
Lauderdale, on Friday, Feb. 15, and,fll* SBG-sponsored "Miami Pre-
at Tm.,i i.__i jmn. ..i_ 1 senW" series, which is open to the
public.
A union labor man who fought
his way from the picket line to
labor's top echelons before he was
30, Reuther has been president of
the" UAW since 1946.
Author in 1940 of the Reuther
Plan for converting the auto indus-
try to a war production footing, he
served during the war years as la-
bor representative with the Office
of Production Management and the
at Temple Isracl^est fajm Beach,
Friday, Feb. 22.H,**7! Jk <
Nixes Diplomacy,
Rules Out Parade
For Arabia's Saud
Continued froen Peoe 1 A
. | w "miuuiuii l*iaillBJCIIIX-|ll MI
be two visits by foreign rulers that i War Manpower Commission,
may begin here, .one ef these is) other speakers on the "Miami
the dictator of Yugoslavia We .Presents" series will be Rudolf
don't want him.in New. York be.,Bing, Feb. 14; Ogden Nash. Mar 6:
cause he is a Communist and be- j Norman Vincent Peale, Mar. 28;
cause he is anti-religious. As far Vincent Price, Apr. 10.
iami
Resource*
Over
100,000,000.00
each
ederal
Savings and Loan Association
kAResarr ana olomt in miami beach
1611 Washington Ave.
665 Washington Ave. 71st and Harding Ave
260 Sunny Isles Blvd.
and-YOUR NEAREST MAILBOX!
v-n
as we are concerned, he wall get
no consideration here. And the
same goes for King Saud, and
double, too. I don't cere whether
it is diplomatic. or not." The
Mayor's stand was etrongly sup-
ported by Joseph T. Sharkey. ma-
jority leader of the City Council,
who spoke at the same dinner.
r ii a yeaaa.
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THE
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HILARY MMXDL1X
Irv
CHANGES OF GARMENTS. By Neil Weiss. 94 pp. Bloomingon,
diana: Indiana University Press. $2.75.
THE POETRY of Neil Weiss might have boon marked, if One had
' been observant enough, scattered throughout some of the "little
magazines"' during (he pa>t seven or eight years, and in "Commentary"
of last year. The figure of Neil Weiss might also have been noted,
since his young manhood in the thirties, along the waterfront. as a
longshoreman and merchant sailor, in the machine shops, and later,
in the offices of the film companies, as a reader and synopsis! At pres-
ent, Mr. Weiss is publicist for the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies
of New York.
I mention all this jacket information because it presents SO
deep a contrast to the bright delicacy of these poems Mr Wei-- writes
with a precise and uncluttered imagery and an almost unerring sense
of tension within his lines. Communication is so subtly and clearly
established that it seems often too easy, as though one must have
missed something one ought to go back and look for it But it is
not so; it is only that such singular and vivid clarity is a bit shocking
after the deification of obscurity.
"Suburban" is perhaps a good illustration, although not one of
the best poems:
The man who bulliei woman here,
knocks over Ihc ohlMren l
iii'*'-'- the Riatt "f watt I.
-hunts at his wife aha o .:-
da her hair 01 he ill hate her,
]"Hs nn the morning paper, n carrying clothea In hi- hand
run* downtown t<> understand
why he is naked, Take him.
If j i can, but don't wake him.
Many of the poems display a strong touch of the gothic. which
Mr. Weiss wields as deftly as he does his constant and very' effective
"slant-rhymes." Although some of the selections are given up
completely to mood, and are little more than a well-constructed im-
pressionism, others are as ordered, as final and complete, as a perfect
decision.
When the poet errs, he does so on the side of this finality, in an
anxiety to have the last word, to push it too far out of the body of the
poem. "Barbarian" suffers from such a flaw:
White air will bum my hair,
antt fatht-r> *hMkttiK me
wake Up it'.- time for hl-tory.
Occasionally, too, one of Mr. Weiss's avowed "influences" will peek
up from the middle of a poem like a jagged edge. A sudden spurt of
Hopkins' sprung rhythm mars the unity of the excellent "Letter to
Leda." for instance ("you feel fuzz peel and burst and fall"), although
the echoes of Yeats' "Leda and the Swan" point to a masters- of
reverberation which is all the poet's own.
For these poems are. above all, honest, and that is perhaps most
important. Mr. Weiss' vision is uniquely hi.,, with a fresh and often
startling twist of phraseology which owes to no one.
BORES SMH.AR
Waantnfton
Admini-tration ha- **
, a royal welcome for
Arabian King Dm Saud despite
In- extreme anti-Jewish preju-
dice. The Knis arrives Jan ''<
in ISM Saud declared that the
Arabs should sacrifice up to 10
million people II noce--:m to
wipe out Israel. Since the Saudi
Arabian population Is onfj BJJOO.-
ooo n i- assumed that be eras gen-
erous!) recommending that 3.500.-
000 Arab- ol other nations join
In- subjects in death.
Saud shows .i similar demo-
cratic generosity toward hi- sab
jects In Other ways. Though he
receives .'(ihi million dollars a year
in oil royalties, hungry parsons
who steal food are punished by
having their hand- chopped off.
The Kine. IBM his huge income
to linanee not only pro-Commun-
i-t subversion in Jordan and oth-
er Arab lands but also to buy
is arms to suppress his own
people Human slavery is prac-
ticed In Saudi Arabia with the
King exercising the power of life
or death. Despite the K.ng's neon-
equipped palaces and many pink
air-conditioned Cadillacs. he
carefully sees to it that 99.5 per-
cent of his population remain un-
able to read or write.
It is not surprising that the
King is hostile to Israel. But it
shocked many Americans to learn
that the IS Government acqui-
esced and even concurred in Sau-
di Arabia's anti-Jewish discrim-
ination. American citizens of
Jewish faith are barred from an
air base leased by the United
States in Saudi Atabia.
Out of deference to Saud. the
Department of Defense now
screens both civilians and mili-
tary personnel assigned to the
air base there in .order to keep
out any American Jews. Thus the
U.S. Government directly applies
a religious test to Federal em-
ployment in direct contravention
of the Constitutional stipulation
that "no religious test shall ever'
be required as a qualification to
any office or public trust under
the United States."
The religious screening of
American
ligsunent
personnel before as-
to Saudi Arabia was
criticized by the American Civil
I iberties Union as a violation of
the "basic American principle of
freedom ol religion." Jewish and
i hristian religious spokesmen
hue spoken out. However, the
rnmenl persists in its policy.
Today Saudi Arabia is demand-
ing a gift of 90 U.S. F-88 jet
planes, -obviously for the use
against Israel, as part of the price
lor renewing the U.S. air base
lease. The State Department has
recommended that this and other
concessions be made to Saud. It
is hoped that by pleasing him,
acceptance may be gained of the
Eisenhower Middle East doctrine.
King Saud provided Egypt with
20 million dollars soon after Nas-
ser seized the Suez Canal. This
money came from the Arabian-
American Oil Co. (ARAMCO). the
American consortium made up by
Standard Oil of California, Stan-
dard of New u.
bil -<' SuSSA
*ltnd C2
Propagandist *ho '
Jewish, recently rt
Arabia In a
from Mecca, Ufa
:theausiA;abia'^
the Saudi peopi,
wh King SaudsP;yy
the country." He ll
lovernment as -Z
most to enlighten u/,,
Lilienthal called f,
of "justice" ..
Arab hearts
can policy will havTa^
success unless it en
pair the great wju
the Arab people j _
It will be sim.U L
King Saud wfn fen^l
tngton continued da
>y the US. Gowjfc
U.S. Jews and all Saj
concessions he can
BAVM9 SCHWARTZ
Hamilton Had a Jewish I
Claims Conference Highlights Advancing Organization Unit
THE CONFERENCE on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany, which held its annual ses-
sion in New York last week, has acquired an en-
viable reputation during the three vears of its
existance. Its present session marked the unitv
which has developed among all major Jewi-h or-
ganizations in all the free countries of the world
It is the only central Jewish body that can boast
that it has among its member organizations all
representative groups in the world, from tho Jewish
Agency to the Alliance Israelite, and from the
Joint Distribution Committee to the Agudath Is-
raci.
w^Ja'7 ,ht.American Jewish Committee and the
World Jewish Congress s,de by side in the .in-
ference a very rare thing indeed. No, to speak
of the fact that it brought under one roof all the
major Jewish organizations from England, I
Germany, South Africa. Australia and other .
IjJOW that the country is mark-
* ing the 200th anniversary of
the birth of Alexander Hamilton,
it may be interesting to recall that
while Hamilton himself was no
Jew. he had a Jewish half brother,
Peter I.evine. who lived in South
Carolina. Hamilton's mother was
married to a Jew. who was much
older than she. They were di-
vorced and the ex-Mrs. Levine
then lived, without benefit of
legal wedlock, with a Scotsman
named Hamilton. Alexander Ham-
ilton was the offspring of this,
second union. Peter Levine was
the offspring of her first mar-
riage.
Hamilton was not a religious
person certainly not in any
Orthodox sense. It was Haamlton
who opposed the motion that the
Constitutional Convention be
opened with prayers. He made
some jocular remark to the effect
that praying is a form of foreign
intervention. Washington ducked
the whole issue by accepting a
motion to adjourn.
Hamilton was born in the Vir-
gin Islands to which many of the
Marranos had fled after the Span-
ish Inquisition One very notable
Jew born in the Virgin Islands
was the famous painter, Pisarro.
And speaking about anniver-
saries, the hundredth anniversary
<>f Naphtali Herz Imber. the au-
thor of Hatikvah, is also being
tries. Thus, the Conference, with Dr. Nahum Gold*
mann as its president, is an international Jewi-h
body ln which Jewish groups of all shades Km
all eountr.es nd their expression and have a vTc
in decisions With the multi-purposed alloJat ons
fms fV ^'"nany. some 150.000 Jewish vie-
lima of Nat, persecution have been aided
rjM'"-
ftsawsfsssi....., ;;;;r; '";":
observed. In that
biograph> of Lawreot<
by Philip Henderson, kL
peared in England, lnbt]
many years the privat|
of Oliphant. a non-Jet t
early devoted himself I
of the restoration of I
Zlon. Imber traveled
Oliphant aad there a]
that Oliphant consid
Imber as a son.
Oliphant was i goadj
mystic, but he was u
that. Henderson in hl
thinks that what
phaat initially in L
Idea of getting al
in Palestine.
*
Truth is stranger
Abraham If insists, i
founders of Ramath j
was recently remin
of the time when.
of Mr. Bevin in .1
searching the
arms. He was afraid
find a store of arms I
central building in
ment. One part of
was a general store
notions, candy, rte,.
Krintzkv went dots I
look and sure em
deUil of British
panied by bloodhourAj
went into the
clerk to take all
candy and put it oat I
protected.
Israeli Film Star in Hollywood Wo
Sl.400.000 to 150 ii-hu ,,,,,* T f1"' a,M'1"
k* culttuTt :' "Waging Jew-
SAIL CARSOX
. Hollywood
JSRAELI film star Ziza Ro-dann.
who called herself Ziva Shapir
when -be arrived in this country
months ago. has completed
'""' Picture, "Pharoah's Curse."
todian ten years if* I
been cleared, though*"
Nazi-made product.
in Agfacolor. Tbe^
Baron Munchau<*fl"
English-dubbed in
Fairness at the United Nations Dag Hammarskiold Stvl
UOW NEUTRAL can a public servant be in a d,s- n...... J "' ^WU ^'J1
~ r"r, i-n.iroan s curse, tngusn-uunoea m *-<
an appropriate title these days, approximately S1O0JWI
'be 21 vearolH k. i____u
HOW NEUTRAL can a public servant be in a dis-
nute between two parties to whom he owes
equal responsibility? Sometime- there is 1*
airness. At other times well, here i uS x
anguage of covering note attached to a report 0
the General Assembly by Dag Hammarskjold
Jr ?h rlary"GenCral has ,he "O^ to suhmi,
for the information of the members of thecS
era! Assembly, a report dated December 3 ivm
by Lt. Col. K. R. Nelson (US), a member o ,he'
headquarters staff of the United Nations pm
been withheld until the circulation of he reoor
of the Director of the United Nations Re'ieT and
NeT" Ealf'^ fr *** ****** S the
Question: Why was Col. Kelson's report thus
5" ""- r Dearly six ***.-> ,
Hammarskjolds spok. ~ k :,ny "f Mr-
nswer: The s,',' *..*
d report, b) He, r i ""
Nelson.goe. as u, u ''' ',l(' tint, bj OoL
^ Hamnuirskjoldia :h;,,'h'S,<''-','
-1 and s Arab ( ,^ "?*\" w2
Wwquet until ,he br,,i a, w' ''"I W'holdtag the
luet until the brickbat..... linno1
.oh mJki -r^<' *,. ith
the Nelson WporWllcZ T TTP "urrn4.
N-on repo^ ^^^ ** *<
vo'ced^ Mr. msaa,J,*7* being
Nelson report unl Mr \j "ith^**" the
ready. "*' Ubou'^e had hi, report
21-yearoM Sabra. Israeli
queen in 1954. also ap-
1 'n 'be Israeli movie. "Hill
?} .""";'' An^er A graduate
bima. who spc,ks lan-
ntmntly, Hiss Ro-dann
;"'imi to studv dramatics at
the I niversity ol California while
under contract to t'niversal-In-
^rnttional Pictures. She now has
"'en signed to a lead in "China
to L l!,Kh bu " he produced and directed by
amuel Fuller.

Harry Popkin's Aladdin Pro-
ductlons will release "The Ad-
"ade by UFA in Berlin during the
''"" da>s of World War H. with
J-x-ph von Baky directing and
, rman mtee idol Hans Amers
PWying the tale role. The picture,
vested by the Alien Property Cus-
Tony Curtis st
Cory."' a melodrsmstr!
a kid from the >luB;
who is snobbed by
club set ThepirtW.
Universal Internstnn
viewed in Hollywood
uary. The critics afl*
carries tin- kind of ro

Moshe OysnerV!
guage motion P*"[V
the Dark." shot oeWf
tin by director IW;
years ago, v\
the subplot fl"
Oysher s iti '
musical score ssdw
aonality will sho* ^
vantage in the
aion. Oysberslwi
feature in Ho**
tuced by Adolf*


Pabruaryl. 1957

EGAL NOTICI
,,NTY JUDOES' COURT
"0N*TDE county, fl or.
LoBATE No. 39*W
kT'' NKWMAJBt
1"e"to creditors
Ilr.-.n P 1..'mandi Against Said
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR MM
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. IwiS
ELIZABETH USA, "
Plaintiff
v
MKIIAKI, LIHA.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORC
Page 15 A
NOTICE is- HEREBY GIVEN ,h,
he under..!..,..,1 i- "nr-.-N that
LEGAL NOTICE
IN TJ*=DE.r?F PUBLICATION
t,.lcE.CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IhnoJeT'J" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
LEGAL NOTICE
1/11-1K-2:. 2/1
., v(i -!, .ii;iifii intcnn to register
nalrt name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
MR8. CLARA SILVKR. % Partner
MRS' MVKIt MICH1.IN % Partner
BARNETT PKLTZ
Attormv f..r Applicants
173H 8. W. nth street. Miami
BTBKSUEB
Administratrix
. ... ^uuiiputg once
,...,,.-..... *ch week for four consecutive week.
ased. In THE JEWISH Fl-ORIIMAN '
DONE AND ORDHRKD at Miami
MoHda, thl. 21th day of January! A u
lafOfl
BY PUBLICATION
flRCUlT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
AND FOR
NOT'CE NAM** F,CT|TI0U8
,kNOHOE ,K H^KKhThukv ,h.t
../ rtiejit.MA.N, cjerk I"' undersigned, deairtrta: t ....-1 V-
B, JOAN sv,,, Lri^^^Jnl-Sit^ra?:
B. B. LBATHKRMAN, CJerk.
It Court Dude i'...,i.. ti...i^"'
B>' JOAN 8NBEDBN
SEYMOUR B. UBBllAN.>^Uty Ctorlfc
DADE Attorney for I'lauiulf
IN AND FOR DADE Attorney for Flaumif
I CHANCERY. NO. 1*7747 Uncoin Road.
OKBR, Miami Beach, Florida.
tl(( 2/1-8-15-22
BOOKER,
irtant
FOR DIVORCE
k BOOKER
Ivc
ii Sen Fork.
act UUOKBM are hereby
' BUI oi Complaint for
keen file.! against you,
rvqared !> serve a copy
or Pleading to the
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
5iLJK!r?aTM JUO,CfAL CIRCUIT or
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 177
MARY ANITA Mc.NAM*Ra7
Plaint ff0 .CLARAS FINE FOODS at 1S90 S W.
I lalntlff, 8th_ Street, Miami Intend to register
BAN WITTENPKRi;
Defendant.
.~ *U,T FK DIVORCE
TO: 8AM WITTENBERG
00 South Manhattan Place
Von sTMAwrTTPVRlX'l'a k UP W '" *r*al
not fled thaTTiuu^"." "rT 1h'r#D>' Telephone FR 1-M6
iioimen mat a Hill of Comp n|n| fr 2/l.K.H-M
Divorce ha. been filed agan.t you and 8 '-" _____________
>ou are required to serve copy ," I "-----~-------------------------------------------
*-.'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 1I7M3
JESSIE MILLER,
Plaintiff
vs.
EDDIE MILLER.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EDDIE MII.I.F.It
12 Weal .r.4th Street
New York. New York
YOF ARE HEREBY REQC1RED to
'rve a copv of your answer to the
Complaint for Divorce in the above
'u n the Plaintiffi. attorneys, and
fHe the original | the Office of the
< lerk of the circuit Court on or before
the ?,th day of February. lr,7. other-
wise iuild Complaint for Divorce will
be taken aa c-nnfeased by you.
Dated this lMh da> of January, 137.
E. B. LKATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
Iade County. Florida
By JOAV HNBEDBN
Deputy Clerk
MYERS. IIKtMAN KAPLAN
Attorney* for Plaintiff
*"0 Reybold Rulldlna
Miami S2. Florida
J/25 2/1-8-15
I..-. .Li.;' "'. r, intend, to reK-
. !? n"m """ Clerk of the
charJ,1eH8Nm'o,^aNsVALI" ^ *
mT'i 5;rh As?,p"t"nt
>t. Lauderdale. FIa_
1/11-18-28 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
he- IIP^r.l..< j. *-.1 I Flat I
-Ih'". n<."^" ".hUI U PuWhih men neek for four conaerutlve weeka
J"^',*",1,1 ORDERED at Miami,
FloMda, lha 21at day of January, A.D
E R. I.EATHERMAN,
' lerk. Circuit Court,
,c. ,."**' County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By JOAN KNKEDEN
Deputy Clerk.
2.IrY.M.,;? B 'JBBMAN
nr, Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
va
Plaintiff
JOHN THOMAS Mc.VAMARA, JR.
Defendant.
E i'lii '"ila'ntlfra ,8H'J..,FPR DIVORCE
IN. Kaq.. 1014 .TO: J_OR,N THdMAS JI..VA1IARA, JR.
k. Ilia Florida, and file J, M,ln s,"el
Wtrrtuwn, Maaaa<'huaett.
to thi" ||'Zi"Compta n LAW TOW
ORDERED al Miami. ^bVi,'". ?!""'" l' WWDBBICK tht^SSLJ! lW?T 0,VEN ,hat
i:i.d da, of January I'ARAD. 1 I Incdn Rn.,1. Mla,| ,.,, h ffi2MlS?.kflSlB,to *'n,",,c,' ln
Fla. and file the orlulnal An.wer or |i -\Vm mv,mc..... m""" "r
JMeadln m the offke of the Clark of ., M,.u,-INl' "8T CO. (not In.)
aT ._ni':^n?'r Avenue. Treaaure
M name
Court of '
h LEATHURMAN. Clark. '2Md'" m lh* "'' -f Ul Ctark of -- u! U?T ,nr" "">
Ett, Uade County. Florid*. ^. Clreult Court on or befor, the W^Lr tJtSaS JI* Al,nu'- Treaaure
I s ith day of February. 1V.7 ir v" ,>, J thl J*. ,? !f r^1"'"- "M name
I .EARE. r"".,0,a "" Jdj,ment by default wl Da.U- ^.,, Iv" S! 'T (''r'uil Coult "'
I .1) Clerk. be taken aKaln.t you for the VeMef ^fmSffl1-.
5 demanded in the Bill of Complaint 2/1 8 1", ISRAEL. Sole Owner
i----------------------------------------- 1hla notice .hall be nul,IUh..i ....... *'-*._______
JN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 1B7B0S
JOHN I! COOK,
Plaintiff,
va
CATHERINE COOK,
Defendant
ORDER TO APPEAR
TO: CATHERINE COOK, 11 Geor-
gia Street. Kvanavllle. Indiana, you are
herein required to aarva eom ,.t v..Ur
anew, r to a i-omplalnt for divorce on
V.! ..." :l""rn'Y. Claude M. Hamea.
2JS I. HaKl.r Bl Miami. Florida, and
t'.:L"i'A ',""""..""" '\" ''"'"la Hav- (file the original In the office of the
It.K Malma or Demands Agalnat Said Clerk of the circuit Court on or before
v?.,'' .j .. v. ^ '** "'" '''> "r Prury, ad. i
JSft* *SS. !!*.?. >S" nr ""eby or a default will Im- entered agalnat'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 3M17-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
GEOROE RISSMAN
Dereaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Person. Hav
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[ompany
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e. h week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PI.ORIIHAN
I '"'iE AX1, (HlliKHKl) at Miami.
'"l> 1957 d d"y "' Janur>.
Ir-, wV." WEATHERMAN. Clerk.
,rC VJ (Clrcnlt Court Heal)
l'> R. H RICE. JR.
I'epntv Clerk*.
I FREDERICK N. BARAD
1 Lincoln Road Rld.
! Miami Beach. Ma.
(Attorney far Italuli/f
l/.'i 2/1-l-li
-"----. ., ,., ju ..re oereoy *i .
notified and required t<> present any you.
claims and demands which you. or '
NOTICE UNDER- FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTTCB 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the under-ii-ned, de.iilrur to engage In
hualneas under the flerTtiotia name of
ALCO BIMLDINO ASBOCIATBS (not
Inc.) at 7101 N. E. Jrd Court Intend to
register aald name with the.Clark of
the Circuit Court of Dade ,
Florida.
LEONARD KAPLAN
HY POMRRANCE
8AM POMERANCE
1 ^. MANNY POMERANCa
4 KESSLER A GARS
' Attorneys for Applkanta
1 l9* 8. W. lat 8t.
2/I-J-15-22
AMERICA'S FASTEST GROWING FEDERAL I
3%5B
Current Dividend
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED
UP TO $10,000.00
i -I January i".. is.'
E R. LKATHERMAN.
Clark of the circuit Court.
................... --.-MAN deceased I Bv; WM W STtskivi-
late of Dade County. Florida, to the 'l/IR-2.-. : |.s -MOCKl.Nu
Honorable County Judges of Dade
same In their
|either of you. may have against' the
.estate of GEORGE ItlSSM" -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN th.t .."""ra,'le <-ol>nty J
the undersigned, desiring to engage In m""y,.*n.'L f'I* ,h* l2m* ln ,h< ir
business under the fictitious n"" of V"I,H\ n ,he ?SUn|y Courthouse In
FI.ACLER inn at 1042 West Flaaler ,''- ",unt>- "orlda. within eight
St Intend to register said rijme w Ih Sye.nd"rx225,.h" '1 ,he d*,e f "
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade '""i I""t-' >*reof. Said
County, Florida. "r demajtda to contain the legal ad-
IlEDrYrCK DANNA dresa of the claimant and to be sworn e*uiai'rw''.*3.
MABir Mel I1ID8 and preaenteri as aforesaid, or *.me ?,?P?J u-1*2 C"/
KESSLER 4 GARS "Z1" "*. b*"e ee Section 733.18 of, B,EJ*K J?A*92N-
Atlorneya f,nr Applicant ,hf "*K P"1"" Ar< Plaintiff,
Date January nth. AD. 167.
ESTHER RISSMAN
As Administratrix of the Estate of
Testament of
OHOROE RISSMAN. Deceased.
WEPMAN AND WEPUAN
Att.ceys for Estate
1/18-36 8/1-8
I/I1-18-2S 2/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v.,^, NAME LAW
h^nl'irB,I "KRKBV C.IVBN that
?he nmlei signed, desiring to engage In
R**5*2.NBTTB HI-FI al 3112 S. W
IM Terrace, Miami, Intends to regis-
Ar ""'* me w'th the Clerk nf the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
M Il?J.U2Ty JUDOS'- COURT
K.A ,P ** DADt COUNTY, FLOR-
OA. IN PROBATE. No. 3B6I4.
la Re: ESTATE OF
MINNIE NISSMAN
Drceaeed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i A\ ('reditoin and All Persons Hav-
ing rialma or Demanda Agalnat Said
Instate:
nii'f".'^I*n',JMrh ,of you- "re hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou. or
either of you.may have against the
estate of MINNIE NUKSMAN. de-
l.e.sed late of Eaaton. Northampton
BI.A.NTON. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In hla office
I the County Courthouse In Dade
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In ""iwing. Miami. K
t>u.lne*e-under the fictitious name, of oraglaal Anaarer o
THE BNCIIANTED COTTAOEtS. ""Ice of the Cle
HOJJETMOON HOaTEffTRADS: IN- ii<,urt *n or >&
NOTICE TO DEFENk
... ORDER OF PUBLICATION
L*. JHE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
fLE.VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
?,,U"TV.,N CHANCERY. NO.lt?
SPENCER ERNEST KASSoN.
I 'efendant
SUIT _F0R DIVORCE
TO: 8W3KCE* ERNEST KASSON
R.D. 2. Johnson city, New York
. o." araOierel.v notified that a Bill
tLXas^in^ for "IV"rc* h" b^
irsea agasnst you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
ever or Pleading to the Bill of fotn-
platnt on the Plaintiff. Attorratv
OKf)RGE CffERRN. 4W 0|vrnoi
B.nwing, Mlarai. ^,rlda and file fne
or Pleading in the
-rk of the Circuit
before the 1Mb day of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA) IN PROBATE. Na. HBSft B
la Re: ESTATE OF
LEO Rl'BIN
I ts^ i t i n pd4
County. Horlda. wiThlnTigTlt "ale'ndar NOTICE TO CREDITORS
nionths from the date of the first nub Credltora and AH Persons Hav-
Ueatlon hereof. Saul claims or demands 'i"* '"1',n" u' Demands Agalnat Said
to contain the leaal addre.. ,.f ... I Eatatc:
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I>eceased.
MAX R. SILVER
A,.!.7,'>' f.or />" iHary Administrator
\i J. .' "!? ,J"" Wl" ""' Testament
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(,i, rn.iim, wfimn risni raienoar
months from the date of the flr.l pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or demand,
to contain the legal addreda bt the
daliiiant and to he sworn to and jue-
.enteri as aforeaald. or same will be
barred. Sec Section 733.16 of the lllj
ITohnte Aft
Date January 4. A.D. 1ST.
KATE RIHIN
As Executrix uf the Last Will
and Testnment of
LEO RIHIN, Decraaed.
.B.VGLAN'DER TBNDRICH
.III Lincoln Road
[.Miami Reach. Florida
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O.dor Ih. Strict and Constant i"fc^'t'"iTU
THE GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
RABBI J. E. RACKOVSKT, Direttor

ONLY U. S. PRIME & U. S. CHOICE MEAT GRADES
SOLD AT FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS!
STOCK YOUR FREEZER SALE! QUALITY, ECONOMY
AT3 FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS...BUY NOW!
FREEZER
VALUES
Prices Effective Until Feb. 8
PRIME or CHOICE
BEEF
FOREQUARTERS
Average Weight
175 lbs.
PRIME or CHOICE
BEEP
ARM CHUCKS
Average Weight
100 lbs. LB.
PRIME or CHOICE
RIBS of BEEF
69c
Average Weight
30-35 lbs.
PRIME or CHOICE TRIMMED
BREAST of BEEF
LB.
Average Weight
L 10-12 lbs.
SPRING BABY
LAMB CHOPS
Average Weight
6 lb. Rack
LB.
MILK FED f/RSTCUT
VEAL CHOPS
Average Weight
8 lb. Rack
LB.
IN MIAMI... In the 163rd St. Shopping Center
2091 Coral Way
IN MIAMI BEACH ... 19th St. at Alton Road
ALL CUTS WILL BE WRAPPED. SEALED
AND LABELED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE!
We Carry A Complete Line For Gourmets
MAXIE'S STUFFED KISHKA
CHICKEN FAT
CALVES LIVER
LAMB TONGUES
VEAL TONGUES
STEER TONGUES
CALVES LUNGS
| CALVES FEET
1 CALVES BRAINS
! STEER LIVER
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Style notes from the American Jewish Com-
mittee Dinner Meeting at the Eden Roc hotel last
Jan. 27 > Mrs. Florence Pick in a flowered print
with cerise accents Elaine (Mrs. Richard)
Wo if son in a lovely kelly green dress Mrs.
David Fleeman's scarlet gown in striking contrast*
to her raven hair .Ronnie (Mrs. Nat) Rood
n a black low-on-the-shoulders dress set off by stiver
,ir# Waintraub gracious In royal blue Mickie (Mrs.
osanberg in navy taffeta, her narrow waist spanned by
belt Anna Brenner (Mrs. Ben) Mayers in a stunning black-
He silk print Elaine (Mrs. Seymour) Semet in a sleek
heath with grey chiffon trim ...
Ivia (Mrs. Harold) Shapiro lovely in a gossamer pale blue
gown and duster Pert and pretty Marge (Mrs. Irvin)
... Sally (Mrs. Harold) Speet ruefully telling friends about
iken toe .
sbands were around, too. but looking rather drab next to
ladies Although a few cummerbunds did make an ap-
Bee.
'ter engagement announcements the fun begins Jan. 27
ie date of a huge cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
. Straus, 4202 N. Meridian ave., in honor of daughter Rose-
's betrothal to Stanley Howard Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
semaria was an angel in a full-skirted white silk organza
d with blue peau de sole and white chant illy lace Her
r chose a bell shaped white silk satin cocktail dress, sprayed
ridescent sequins and pearls Mrs. Roth wore red silk
from Huntsville, Ala. was Mrs. William Tucker and her two
Hi Mr. and Mrs. Allan Gunthar (she's a niece of the
from River Forest, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Mack Roth from
nn Beach, .m nold Straus, who is stationed in Wilmington, Del., flew down
ally for the weekend festivities.
>>cc
beady scheduled as a birthday celebration, the cocktail-and-
parly at the home of Ann and Joseph (Dade Federal) Upton,
t. 47th st., turned out to be dual-purpose The Jan. 26
l< also served to introduce son Ronnie's fiancee, Mickey
H, to friends of the family Mickey, daughter of the Ely
us, 200 S. Shore dr., and formerly of Cleveland, and Ronnie
be wed in June.
he home of the Sam Edelmans, 445 E. DiLido dr., has been
with guests nil month long Just left after a 4-week stay
parlotte and Maury Goldberg, daughter and son-in-law of the
its, who were here for Margie Friedland's wedding to Irving
Hume for the Goldbergs is the Presidential Apts. in
elphia .
kking their place is Mrs. Edolman's sister, Mrs. Morris Hor-
knd her friend. Mrs. Al R. Lipahutz, also from the City of
krly Love They will be joined this weekend by Mrs. Morris
Van, an in law of the Edelmans Then off the four of them
i to Havana for a gay time.
>>>
|rth-daze ... Mr. and Mrs. Herman oMumenkranz, of 8921
Dn ave., Surfside, welcomed a son Jan. 22 Bris was
fw parents Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Foosaner, of 3300 SW 75th
ve named their little girl Lynn Margaret The six pounds.
ounces o| joy arrived at Mt. Sinai Hospital Jan. 25 Proud
Ch are Annette's mother, Mrs. Mary Gutmann of 850 15th st..
iron's mother, Mrs. Boss Foosaner, of Chicago He's the
Bent attorney, by the way .
Jd Dr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Pearl brought a second son home
JackMin Memorial Hospital, where Daddy is interning .
' Lorraine is the daughter of pioneer family the Max Jacobs
b>fii] paternal Rrandparents are M\ and Mrs. Herman Pearl
s the distributor for Kosher Zion products here.
>>> C
pre visits and visitors ... Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sertlin and
ler Harriett have just returned from a quick trip to New
P to see daughter Barbara, a student at Sophie Newcomb
h Florrie Loeb has as guests at her Meridian ave. home
rente, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kats of Los Angeles, and Mr. and
uriet Weening, of New York City.
I*. 1 will be the 82nd birthday of Mr. Charles Coleman .
*8 Shabbat at the Southwest Jewish Center will honor him
'wife, Sarah They are founders and active supporters of
th Mr and Mrt- WtMp Coleman, son and daughter-in-
ibe Colemans, are visiting from Detroit and will be present
mark the occasion .
PiS' Cold$,ror" n nnday on Feb. 13 They've never let "maturity" keep
om ,hlMr Parity and civic works.
Pre nuptial luncheon honoring bride-to-be Joanne Steln-
L, ,, "f ,he Milto" Stelnhardts of Stillwater dr., was
u" .7 y Mr- Herman Cohen and Mrs. Henry Gewlti .
heherazade room of the Algiers Joanne, who
law school, is the fiancee of Jerome Stern, son of
r Sterns of Atlantic Beach. N. Y. He is an attorney.
L .? "lt0 ,n(" armed forces The couple plans an extended
t' Miro after the Feb. 3 wedding.
an.(Mr* Amold) Greenfield's Palm Island home rang to
StarT !i'VI,le" Jan" M when she entertained for "Pajama
rnds h V Brown Ta,,V' who ls Miamian. has a host
I k, .Pr'' who "^member her from local shows before she
UJ time.
i lot of .*>
I i parties around town have a serious purpose beneath
nvu,a|lty RoWft toWmon of the 5^,1,. hotei will
"Real1 h0t'' mfn and their W,ves on Feb 6 The
in ti'.*" finds ,im . 0| the CJA Hotel Division with David Levinsen of the
,/.. Of7<
oman s
IVerU
ifcdug\wiislb-IEIIioirJidliiaun
Miami, Florida. Friday, February 1, 1957
Section B
"Planning early produces results," says Mrs.
Sol Silverman (standing second from right) as
she enrolls volunteers for Women's Division
"Luncheon Unlimited" event set for Feb. 19 in
McAllister hotel. Mrs. Silverman, chairman of
Highlight of recent Patron's Tea of Combined Jewish Appeal
was presentation of service reward to Mrs. Jack A. Ablin "for
many years of inspired leadership and continued dedicated
service." Making presentation is Mrs. Sam Blank, one of co-
chairmen of kickoff event.
fO* THE HRST TIM
Council Will Meet In Seven Divisions
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en will meet for the first time here
as seven divisions.
Date is Wednesday, wnen meet-
ings will be highlighted by the
nomination, election and installa-
tion of new officers, to be followed
by signing of new charters.
An original play, "The Tender
Trap." will be presented by each
group, according to Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman, Section president.
Beach division meetings are as
follows: Indian Creek Algiers
hotel, Mrs. "Alexander Libow,
chairman; Lincoln Shelborne
hotel, Mrs. Irving Lehrman, chair-
man; Islands home of Mrs. Har-
old Spaet. 220 W. Rivo Alto dr.,
Mrs. Burghard Steiner, chairman;
Bay Biltmore Terrace hotel; Mrs.
Alexander Robbins, chairman.
Town division meetings. Biscayne
Koubek Center, Mrs. Aaron
Kanner chairman; Sunset Coral
Gables Youth Center, Mrs. B. F.
Breslauer, chairman; Shores
home of Mrs. David Brezin, 9876
NE 12th ave., Mrs. Burton Gold-
stein, chairman.
big program, will be assisted by (seated) Mrs.
George Graham, (standing) Mrs. Gerald P.
Soltz, Mrs. Sam Stark and Mrs Moe Feingold.
Seated right is Mrs. Meyer Baskin.
Sponsors Tea Hosts
To Rev. Grauel at
Meeting Tuesday
A courageous Christian minister,
who fought heroically for Israel's
establishment, will be guest of hon-
or and principal speaker at the
important Combined Jewish Appeal
Sponsors Tea to be held Tuesday.
2 p.m.. in the home of Mrs. Leo
Gerngross, 4549 Pine Tree dr.
Co-chairmen Mrs. George Gold-
berg and Mrs. Samuel Liptnn an-
nounced that Rev. John S. Grauel,
who attracted worldwide attention
for his heroism when he served
aboard the famed 'illegal" refugee
ship "Exodus 1947," will bring the
women volunteers a dramatic re-
port on the Israel situation.
Grauel submitted a report to
the United Nations special com-
mittee en Palestine telling of the
British naval attack on the "Exo-
dus' 'and tho sufferings of tho
4^00 refugee passengers who
wore sent back to Germany. His
report helped load to the UN
resolution for tho partition of
Palestine and thus to tho estab-
lishment of an independent Is-
rael.
During Israel's 1948 War of Lib-
eration, Rev. Grauel helped raise
the funds that sped the new state's
victory.
The minister has traveled
through Europe,' North Africa and
Israel, and has been hailed through-
out the U.S. for his forceful and
moving accounts of Israel's heroic
struggle to build a democratic state
and to absorb the 700.000 homeless
Jews who have poured through its
gates.
Named as vice chairmen by Mrs.
Goldberg and Mrs. Lipton are- the
Mesdames Meyer A. Baskin, Joseph
Berman, Leo Chaikin, Moe Fein-
gold, Alexander Kogan, Milton
Linn, Joseph M. Lipton, Mrs. Sam-
uel T- Sapiro and John N. Serbin.



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&4Lout ^Xfour ^Special J-avoritcs
Prune Filling the Favorite Way
ORT Luncheon Held 'Fabulou?
Fabulou- i> the word for the Will deliver a short
fashion >ho\v and luncheon which Mrs. Jay jaconi '
will lake place at the Americana Tuchler are
hotel Wednesday noon. Michael Fiel.ls mh""11^
and )j^1
By MRS. REGINA FRISCHWASSER Add flour alternately with milk,
and beat until smooth. Chill until
Prune fillings are always .1 Jav- (kmi,n ,v lirm ,,,,..}, to roll. Roll
out 'j imh thick mi a -lightly
orite for cakes and cookies. This
2 tablespoon! oil
4 ai
1 CUP IB
1 ti ,1-1 on baking aoda
1 cup strong blade toffee
:i cup- cake flour
2 teaspoons bating powder
poon allspice
m
>iei ciiiu-suuj iiuun. mienael Fields anil
Breathtaking fashions will be; Lodge are hn.p,tajL
esented by the "Fabulous Worn-'Mrs. Jennie Kram '
,." Susan Talianoff will render a j bert Waxman are'tui
i-iral nroizram. Mr. Irving Tillis men
simple method is a sure-fire way noured board. Cut with .1 2U inch
of making your filling properly: l,ll(,kv clltter p,,.. one teaspoon
PRUNE FILLED COOKIES .l]h|lg a circle aml put another
3 cups flour (.jrr|0 ou>r ,, pressing the 1
3 teaspoons baking powder together Bake in a hot over OS
H teaspoon salt degs F for 6 t0 8 minute-
3,4 cup shortening
1 cup white sugar
1 well beaten egg
1 teaspoon vanilla
to cup milk
Sift together flour with baking from fire and add one tablespoon
powder and salt. Cream the shor- "utter and one tablespoon lemon P*M and cinnamon Add to the
, hatter gradually and beat until
smooth. Bake in a greased loaf pan
HON*:Y CAKE in a moderate over 300 degs. F. for
1 lb. honey one hour.
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Brine the honey to a boil, then
tool to lukewarm. Add oil and four
PRUNE FILLING w(i), ^^ eggJ ^^ ^ ,he
Cook two cups chopped prunes sugar gradually Dissolve one tea-
with 2 3 cup sugar and 2 3 cup spoon baking soda in the coffee
boiling water 10 minutes or until ann adrf t0 tnc mixture. Sift to-
Rem0Vl' gether flour, baking powder, all-
111 ICO
tening with the sugar until light. J
Add wel beaten egg and vanilla. I
DIET
WITH EASl
Caloric-free Sugarint
Is iwcttci than sugar, no
unpleasant afirrt-itte. Keep
il on font lahleuse it (of
CiH'kinpearn a pur%e >i
when >ou to out.
RECOMMENDED BY DOCTORS
fn perftct
$vgor f'o.or \
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Pioneer Women
Will Fete Couple
Pioneer Women Club I honored
Dr. and Mr- Symon Wilcn-ky on
the occasion of their golden wed-
ding anniversary with a dinner
party Saturday evening in the
Royal Hungarian restaurant.
Mrs. Wilensky is president of
Club I, and Dr. Wiltnsky is pres-
ident of Poate Zion Labor Zion-
ist Organiietion. They have three
married daughters and eight
grandchildren.
The Coral Cables chapter of
Pioneer W beld 1 desert
card 1 / .,;, Jewish (ni-
ter Tuesda) evening. Chairman
Mrs. pau| Berlin. Assisting her
were the Mesdames Sonia Plotkin,
co-chairman. Harry Sklar. George
Soybel, David Greenfield. Sarah
Scadrin. Sam Sook and Anne
Heidenrich.
Pioneer Women Club II will spon-
sor a banquet in honor of their
child rescue chairmen. Mrs. Louis
Marcus and Mrs. Isaac Katz. Satur-
day. Feb. 2 at the Royal Hungarian
restaurant
Mrs. Manic Shubow, chairman
for the event, has announced
that the guest speaker will be
Rabbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob
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offered by Sonia Wiss.
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Hub president Mrs. Ida Jacobs
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sidore Cohen (seated) president of Bikur Cholem Kosher
jlescent Home, signs document that insures organization
i building at 310 Collins ave.. new site of group's program
recuperating patients who need financial and medical
[Looking on are Geft) Mrs. Victoria Roe, executive vice
Sent and chairman of building committee; Harold Turk,
iiations legal advisor; Alfred A. Lesser, trustee; and Mrs.
Einhom, treasurer of Bikur Cholem, which currently is
icting an extensive fund raising and membership drive.
ir Cholem Readies Plans to Take
rer 30-Room Facility on Collins Ave.
Cholem means "care and
(the sick." and that's exactly
Ihe Bikur Cholem Kosher
fscent Home of Greater Mi-
30-room establishment at
pllin- ave Miami Beach, ex-
do when it opens its doors
[not-too-distant future,
prding to announcement by
sidore Cohen, president, a
has already been turned over
[organization's legal advisor,
I Turk, for initial payment on
convalescent home, and at
^elusion of the current drive,
nder way and which is ex-
[ to raise at least $10,000, the
ent Home at Miami Beach
come a reality.
hilt, some 400 members
kur Cholem, which wm or-
in March, 1954, with Mr.
Hymen Roth, of Long
?. N.Y., at cofoundert, are
f"fl tirtltwly. "Purpose of
>1*ofit, non-sectarian con-
rt home is the shelter and
of persons recuperating
[operations or other illness-
es, with priority given to those
unable to pay for this car* at pri-
vate convalescent homos, especi-
ally following discbarge from
hospitals," Mrs. Cohen explained.
"Purchase of tickets during the
current drive, which ends in March
with a celebration at the DiLido
hotel, not only gives persons a
chance to own valuable awards, but
to become associate members of
the Bikur Cholem organization."
Mrs. Victoria Roe is executive
vice president and Alfred A. Lesser
is trustee.
Other officers aro the Mes-
dames Ida Morow, Nettie Potter,
Eva Leopold, Helen Hornttoin,
vice presidents; Mrs. Harry E in-
horn, treasurer; Mrs. Jacob Wex-
lex, financial secretary; Mrs.
Hugo Block, corresponding secre-
tary, and Mrs. Joseph Kosttrie,
recording secretary.
Board of directors includes Mr.
and Mrs. Max Eisenstein, Mrs.
Edith Brenner, Mrs. Albert Klein,
'Mrs. Jennie Cohen, Mrs. Charles
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Shelley Winters
At Cantor Affair
Shelley Winters, noted film and
stage star, will be featured on the
program of the national women's
luncheon which will open the in-
augural conference for State of Is-
rael Bonds Feb. 15 at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
The Friday meeting, expected to
attract some 800 women leaders
from the United States and Can-
ada, will be under the honorary
chairmanship of Mrs. Franklin Del-
ano, Roosevelt, first Woman of Val-
or in the Israel Bonds program.
National women's division head-
miarters have been set up at 1544
Washington ave., and reservations
for the luncheon may be made
there.
The luncheon, traditionally
one of the afternoon social high-
lights of the Miami Beach winter
season, will be a part of Eddie
Cantor's 65th birthday celebra-
tion. Miss Winters is coming here
for the luncheon, and has
achieved rave notices for her
dramatic ability and striking
ability in Hollywood, on Broad-
way and on television.
Mrs. Eddie Cantor and at least
two of their five daughters are ex-
pected to take part in the luncheon.
The Cantor family has expressed a
life-long devotion to and interest
in Jewish affairs in general, and
the State of Israel in particular.
Other leading personalities who
will take place in the Feb. 15 lunch-
eon meeting, scheduled for noon,
will be announced in the near fu-
ture, Mrs. Roosevelt said.
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Beth Israel Has
Annual Banquet
Councilman Harold Shapiro will
be guest speaker at the third annual
banquet of Beth Israel Congrega-
tion, according to an announce-
ment this week by Nathan Klon-
sky, banquet chairman.
The banquet will be held on Sun-
day evening at the.Waldman Crown
hotel.
A highlight of the banquet pro-
gram will be the induction of the
following new officers by Rabbi H.
Louis Rottman: Ralph Habib, Hy-
man Hatowski, David Herman, Hen-
ry Katz, Nathan Klonsky, Daniel
Kuttler, Harry Schwartz and Irv-
ing Schwartz.
Belanoff. Mrs. Kalman Shapiro,
Mrs. Edward Elkin, Mrs. Bessie
Marlow and Mrs. Rae Benjamin.
Trustees are Mrs. Edith Brenner,
Mrs. Victoria Rae, Mr. Alfred A.
Lesser, Mrs. Harry Einhorn, and
Mrs. Edward Elkin. Parliamentari-
an is Mrs. Joseph Kosstrie. Auditor
is Minnie Schneidman, with Har-
old Turk, Joel P. Newman and
Mordecai Bosch, members of the
legal advisory.
The medical advisory includes
Dr. Stanley Frehling, Dr. Harold
S. Kaufman, Dr. George Einhorn
and Dr. Gordon Einhorn.
Rabbi Waxman Named
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of Tem-
ple Zion, 5720 SW 17th st, Miami,
has accepted the responsibility of
serving as part-time chaplain at the
VA hospital in Coral Gables, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Rabbi Morris Liebernftn, Balti-
more, chairman of the Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board.
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Deegan, lone Dyer, Clare Fahrer,
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Roster of Stars Due at Cantor
Fete Lengthens a Date Neat
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Mrs. Sam Freedman, 2144 SW 22nd ter., newly elected presi-
dent of Greater Miami Multiple Sclerosis Society, receives
congratulations from County Commissioner Charles "Chuck"
Hall and Mrs. Merel Dunne, outgoing president. B'nai B'rith
Council will spearhead the 1957 MS Tag Day Feb. 16.
fifth Season'Due
On Fiagler Boards
Flagler-Granada Community The-
atre will present 'The Fifth Sea-
Feb. 2. 3. < and in at 8:30
p.m. at the Flagler-Granada Jew-
Mi Community Center.
"This is the first Little Theatre
ip in Miami to present the Syl-
via Ri an comedy which appeared
recently at the Coconut Grove Play-
house," said director .lack Shaw.'
Eight Flagler-Granada mem-
bers will make their debut in a
"straight" play. They >' Sylvia
Burak, Dora Levine, Sylvia Mas-
ters, Dotty Newman, Ed Ross,
Shirley Seligman, Jack Shaw and
Joy Wallach.
Two University of Miami stu-
dents, Les Alexander and Bernard
R isenblatt, will appear in the show
Charlotte Wolpe, on loan from the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, and
Sheldon Nidetz, who appeared in
the Center'- musical "CatakJH Cow-
boy, also have part-.
Assistant director is Andrew
Greenhut, University of Miami
student, who also designed the
Fred Blacker, business manager
said Wednesday that several chap-
ter- of Pioneer Women. Knights of
Pythias and Hadasaah are holding
theatre parlies for the play.
ere-t in the forthcoming na
,,;,..I inaugural confeerncc l<>r
State "I Nrael Bonds, which opens
in Miami Beach Feb. 10, was ac-;
cekrated this week with announce-
ment of a meeting to be held Tucs-
day at the Empress hotel of the na-
tional campaign cabinet in Flor-
ida.
Lawrence Laskey. of Boston, na-
tional chairman ol the inaugural
conference, and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president of the Is-
rael Bonds oreanization. will pre-
side at the cabinet meeting.
Mai. Mordechai Gurban, regi-
mental commander of Israel's
parachute brigade, will speak at
the Tuesday breakfast session,
scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m.
Jerry Lewis Will
Entertain Women
day noon, in the Grand hall-
room of the Fontainebleaa hotel,
the Miami Beat h chapter of ll.nla-
sah will spoi sor a luncheon anc
fashion -how.
Jerr> Lewis will be gu
ol tin- affair will be
turned over to vocational educa-
tion ol teenagers in Israel, ipon-
jored b) Hadassah
Vocational Education in Israel
not only sponsors Youth Centers
but also prepares teenagers for
their future and helps to provide
them with work.
More than 1.000 women are r-x-
pected to attend the fa-hion -how
to he sponsored by the Lincoln
Road An Doris Crane model- will
present the fashions,
Mrs. Abby Schwartz i- chairman
of the affair, and her co-chairmen
are Mrs. Robert Perlman and Mrs
Sylvia Newman. In chary of res-
ervation- i- Mrs. .|a,.k I):i\i.
Maj. Gurban and hit unit
behind enemy lines to occupy
tha town of T-Tur on the Gulf of
Sues during the recent Sinai
Peninsula campaign.
Activities for the conference con-
tinued at a rapid pace with the an-
natlon.1 antUi
o participate.
Scores of |Waej
BH
nd functions arou*
i"dy have been tdl*
niergency canj**?
^ StateTbJn
during the first 60 day^J
The Cantor dinner J51.1
(light of the 1957 effort,,.
000,000 in Israel Bond,,"
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Miami Beach chapter of Ha-
dassah crowns Mrs. Hyman
Lake, member ol Brandeis
group. Queen for a Day" in
gala membership celebration
at Seville hotel, markinq 45th
anmversary of Hadassah.
Mrs. Oscar Sindell, chapter
president, crowned queen
aS PKeSen,ed g',,S to **
Shnn- CUrt- MrS- JsePh
Shapiro, membership vice
president, was chairman of
Yiddish Film Due^
In February
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Mrs. Max Ann.! exP|ained.
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Ladies in Meets
Mollie Kahaner Ladies Auxiliary
will meet Wednesday evening at
Monticello Park Jewish (enter.
The Ki3rd street Shopping Cen-
ter will he host to members of the
Auxiliary on Wednesday mommy
Feb. 13. Breakfast will be i
at Burd.nes. in charge of Informa.
"in :""1 re.-enations ,. Mr-. Freda
Levine.
nJu'w'?1"3.0 Ui" hold a "1
parts Wednesday evening. Keb 20
at the Center. Chairman i| Mr-'
Choos.
UAL MAMXH
nouncement of the complete talent
line-up for the 65th birthday cele-
bration honoring Eddie Cantor.
Cantor himself will be the star per-
former in a 90-minute closed tele-
cast emanating from the Fontaine-
Mean Saturday night, Feb. 18. The
conclave opens at noon Friday. Feb.
15. with a women's division lunch-
eon and concludes Sunday after-
noon. Feb. 17.
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Nat King Cole and other stars of
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(Young'a restaurant is scene of unique breakfast hosted
]/b. and Mrs. Shepard Broad for Miami Beach residents
lite their participation in Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown
I Mrs. Broad and daughter Ann (left) is Mrs. Lawrence
nan, who helped with arrangements at breakfast affair.
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Mental Health Exec
Will Speak Here
The man who outdrew in audi-
e."?u pten,ial o'her lecturers
at the Parent-Teacher Assn.s state-
wide institute last summer will be
in Dadc county Feb. 3 through 7
to talk to PTA members and their
guests.
i He is Dr. Edward Lee Flemming,
Jr., of Jacksonville, consultant in
l child growth and development to
the Bureau of Maternal and Child
Health, Florida State Board of
Health.
On Tuesday morning, Feb. 5 he
>s scheduled to speak at the North
Miami Junior High School. That
same evening,- he will speak at the
\ same school.
I On Wednesday, his schedule will
be at the Ocean Front auditorium
from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. That
same evening he will be at the
Miami Beach High School.
On Thursday, Feb. 7, he will be
at the West Miami Junior High
School from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Diabetes Assn. Schedules
Diet Expert Monday
party and luncheon at Floridan hotel honors members
Irui Cholem Kosher Convalescent Home. Left to right are
Roe Benjamin. Mrs. Eva Leopold and Mrs. Jennie Cohen,
"t at the Thursday affair was Mr. Joseph Friedman.
is Group Has
[Stage'Call Here
f-wide casting for a B'nai
play has been set by the
fa's Council of South Florida
Inday evening at Hillel House
^ University of Miami campus.
I chapters and lodges in the
f*r Miami area hay* been
p to send their potential
nd artraasst. Bacfcteee
n. such scan* shifters
kostum* designers havo also
| **d to answer the clarion
"On stag* everybody!"
! Play, based on an original
I by Mrs. Betty Epstein and
pa Saal, will be presented in
highlight of the B'nai
District convention to be
"i-year in Miami Beach. Mrs.
m Heckler, pprogram chair-
the Council, will be direct-
r Brilh Women of Coral
1 *lH "old a brunch and
Party at the Coral Gables
P'Club. 1001 E. Ponce de
IMvd.on Wednesday, 11 a.m.
TOs will K0 further B.nai
community projects. Mrs.
>tern. Mrs. R,e Mat-
M Mrs Saddle Siegel are
'Mrvationt,
" J. Balk n chapter will
* ""! Tatting at Ze-
1 J"'sh Cantor.
| the new constitution
fWs' '"'"-I l.y the board
j brunch recently will head
prida.
"tylawsand constitution
P^Par.,! by a committee
'"eluded Mrs. Bernard
f rr"s,,lpnt of the chapter,!
r- Robert Tanner. Mrs. Bel-1
^">Mrv Henry Cain, and'
|Marr> Cygieinwn.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink
heads Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Speakers' Bureau for
1957. She is a member of Fed-
eration's board of governors
and is active in local civic
and religious affairs.
Membership Tea Due
Membership tea will be held
Tuesday afternoon by Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation Sisterhood in the
social hall of the synagogue, 1415
Euclid ave.
Registration will begin a half
hour before each session in or-
der for schools to receive study
course credits. Them* for the
three days it "Adventures in
Normal Development." Topics
Dr. Flemming will discuss in-
clude "Parents Once Were Peo-
ple," "A Power in Petticoats,"
"A Mouse in the House," "An
Adolescent Alcatrai" and "Miss-
ing Pages From a Diary."
A well-known Jacksonville psy-
chologist, Dr. Flemming has work-
ed with children in many fields, has
taught In colleges and acted as a
psychometrist.
Mental Health Assn. will present
Dr. Flemming Thursday evening.
Feb. 7. at the School Board Build-
ing auditorium.
Committee for the Dae* Coun-
ty ouncil of PTA's on this three-
day series is Mrs. Harry Bethea,
overall chairman and Council's'
chairman of study group; Mrs.
Kenneth DeWorte, chairmen of
Parent and Family Life Educa-
tion; Mrs. Harry Rogers, coor-
dinator for the Miami Beach
r; and Mrs. Randolph She-
vecti. Mental Health chairman.
Mrs. Leon Kayo is in charge of
publicity.
Mrs. Robert J. Tauber. president
of Council of PTA's, will make the
introduction.
Chairman of the Mental Health
Society of Greater Miami is George
Cochrane, assistant executive di-
rector.
Greater Miami Lay Diabetes
Assn. will meet Monday evening
at the Community Services bldg.,
395 NW- 1st St., Miami.
Guest speaker will be Miss Ra-
mona Powers, nutritionist of the
Public Health Department of Dade
County. Her subject will be "Diet
in Diabetes." A question and an-
swer period will follow.
School Founders
Will be Honored *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gurfein will
be honored at a dinner at Wald-
man's Crown hotel for their contri-
bution to Veshiva Torah Vodaath
and Mesifta.
Gurfein is founder and former
president of the school in Brook-
lyn. N.Y.
The dinner date, to be announced
in the near future, is scheduled for
Waldman's Crown hotel, Miami
Beach Councilman Bernard Frank
said Wednesday.
Frank is chairman of the dinner
committee. Co-chairmen are Samuel
Reinhard_and Abraham Cohen. I
One of the world's largest Ortho-
dox Jewish parochial schools. [Ye-
shiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifra is
currently offering an unlimited
number of free scholarships to
newly arrived Hungarian refugees,
Louis J. Septimus, school board
chairman, has revealed.
The scholarships are valued at
$360 a semester and provide edu-
cational facilities, including room
and board, to boys between 6 and
21 years of age. Some 1,500 stu-
dents are currently in attendance.
Art Show Scheduled
A show of oils and water colors
painted by noted artist Isidore K.
Donsky is scheduled Saturday
through Monday, 2 to 6 p.m., at the
Lucerne hotel.
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Emanuel Muravchick, field di-
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Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington ave.
Muravchick will discuss programs
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Shevin, Bressack
Exchange Vows
Before 2 Rabbis
Miss Myrna Bressack and Mr.
Robert Shevin were united in mar-
riage before Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg, of Beth David Synaeoeue.
and Rabbi David Shapiro, of Holly-
wood, in the Rubaiyat room of the
Algiers hotel on Sunday, Jan. 27,
at d p.m.
The bride, who is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry B Bressack.
80 Shore dr.. \V.. Bay Height- m
assisted by Miss Cynthia Bott. maid
of honor, and bridesmaids. Miss
Roberta Weiner. Miss Paula Rober-
son and Mrs. Edgar Lewis.
The groom is the son of Mr. r>nd
Mr-. Aaron Shevin. 1844 S\V 13th
St., and his father was his bad
man. Ushers were Jerome Chevin.
Victor Bott. Edgar Lewis. Robert
Spiegelman. Joseph Robinson and
Alvin Goodman. Junior ushers
were Arnold Shevin and Michael .
Bressack. Mrs. Abe Freedman kept
the guestbook.
The bride had chosen a gown of
white alencon lace with Queen
Eli?abeth collar and chapel train.
a (,.,,.;.. (;..:- i t u t Mlaa Harriet Ann ( olton and
A four-tier finsert p veil fe from r <- o u
. ,.,,n f JSL h-.-. h m, E"-,'r"' < Schwartraian were mar-
MKS. KOUtT SHtVIH
Schwartzmans on
Tour of Florida
a crown of white hearts and hlo
BOffis, and she carried white orchids
and liliesof-thevalley on a mother
of pearl Bible.
Music for the ceremony was pro
ried on Sunday, Jan. 20. at 5 p.m..
in Lincoln Manor Rabbi Mayer
Ahramowitz performed the cere-
mony.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
vided by Mrs. Una Maddaford. ., >w M ni8"r" an<1
vocal coach of the bride, at the "^ Mf* Colton. 1800 Norm.n-
piaro and Arnold Sclar on viola u "V S. Th Kroom is
The bride is attending the In.- 'h'' M,,n "f "l, "** "
versity of Miami school of music Schwnar"man' 345 Ewd ve.. Mi-
where she Is a senior. She is a ami Beach-
soprano with the Miami Opera ^rs- Rsa"'e CoHob was matron
Guild, and member of Sigma Lamb- nonor' ad Joel D. (olton was
da Phi service sorority and Sigma '*' man Tne bride wore a bal-
Alpha lota music sorority. i lerina-length gown of white lace
The groom is a BA graduate of w',n a Portrait neckline Her three-
University of Florida, where he cluarter veil fell from a crown of
was a member of Florida Blue Rev P*'arls She carried a bouquet of
Hall of Fame, president of Pi wnite orchids and lilies-of the-val-
Lambda Phi
Lifschutzes Say
Evening Vows
Mi-- Alita Mae Hoffman and Eric
I.if-chutz exchanged wedding vows
on Saturday. Jan 19 Rabbi Ix-on
Kronish officiated at the 7 p.m.
ceremony iu the Rubaiyat nxim of
of the Algien hotel.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of alencon lace over white
satin with sweetheart neckline. A
Juliette cap of pearls and sequins,
made by her aunt. Mrs Aaron Tu-
bin. held a fingertip veil of French
illusion. She carried a bouquet of
white rotes, orchids and stephano-
She had as her assistants Mrs.
Joseph Tepper. matron of honor.
Mi-. Bonnie Tubin. bridesmaid, and
Robyn Tubin as flowergirl. Joseph
Tepper was best man. Louis Max-
imon. usher, and Gary Tepper was
ringbearer.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Honda. Mr. Lif-
schutl is a student at the school of
engineering at the University of
Pennsylvania.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony. After a honeymoon
trip through the Bttttrt states,
the couple will make their home in
Philadelphia,
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mr-. Louis Maximon, Philadel-
phia; Mi- Leon Benamy, Philadel-
phia Mrs. Haifa Orahanaky, Mrs.
Mellanie Kessler and daughter. Ad-
rienne. and Mrs. Joseph Rudman.'
New York; William Greenfield and
Mrs Murray Schramm. Chicago; I
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Okun. Miss
Rita Okun and Mr. and Mrs. R.
Meyer Weitzman, New Jersey.
&
Wrnr-KjUkB
tuts, mc unami
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*w- fMM samt
fraternity, Ie>' A reception and dinner fol-
lowed the ceremony. After a hon-
eymoon trip through Florida, the
couple will reside at 1500 Lenox
ave.
Si iilhern debate champion and fin-
alisl in the national debates 1955.
At present he is a senior at the
University of Miami school of law,
where he is president of the law
school president of Bar and Gavel t:,rin' ('a" Mrs. Battle Lewis
Legal Society, editor of the Miami New Vork City; Mr. and Mr- (L
Law Quarterly. RO.Tc senior c* Ereimark. Nassau, Bahamas; Bar-
det, member of Phi Delta Phi legal n,'V Bressack, Holyoke Mass Mr
fraternity, and elected to Omicron aml Mrs Meyer Cohen Derby
Delta Kappa and Alpha Sigma Ep- Conn.; Mr- Sarah Hantman long
>: i n leader-hip honoraries. He will Wand; Mr. and Mr- Bermai'i Der
1 i B this coming June. by. Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. RPine-
The ceremony was followed by i "" k Washington, D.C.
reception on the terrace oi the After their honeymoon trip to
hotel and a dinner for 250 In the the Emerald Reach hotel in Nassau
RuK-uya room gueaU the couple will reside at 1253 I>. k
taduded^Mrs. Charles Brown .On- inaon dr.. Con
a
Miss Molans Now
Mrs. Blumenthal
Sheila Marlene Molans became
Mrs. Bernard Blumenthal in Jan.
20 rites at the Algiers hotel. Rab,bi
Irving Lehrman performed the 5:30
p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Marcus Molans, 13SO NE
159th st., N. Miami Beach. The
groom is the son of Nathan Blum-
enthal, Danielson. Conn.
Maid of honor was Miss Rae
Kriegman. aunt of the bride. Judy
Karp. her cousin, was bridesmaid.
Dora Glinn. the groom's niece, act-
ed as flower girl. Morton Blumen-
thal was best man for his brother.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School. Her husband
went to the University of Miami
His fraternity is Tau Epsilon Phi!
After a honeymoon trip to Hav-
ana and New York, the couple will
be at home at 172 Main st., Daniel-
son, Conn.
V>
A Lift Toivard Youth
Buchmans
To Live in Tampa
. In the presence of their immedi-
ate families, Miss Sandra Whitman
land Ralph A. Buchman were mar-
Tied on Sunday, Jan. 20. at 2 p m
in the study of Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg, of Beth David Synagogue.
y The bride is the daughter of Mr
.md Mrs Herbert M. Whitman. 1320
Monard ter, Miami Beach. The
''; the M,n of Mr. and Mrs.
[Manuel J Buchman. of Tana*, Fla.
Hot I, the hr.de and groom attend-
M the l niversity of Florida. Mr.
i Kucnman is an accountant in Tam-
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L February I, 1957
ians Take
.iuda Trip
[lovely garden setting, Miss
J Kinklestein became the
an 20 of Milton Wyman, in
Liony held at the home of
tie's brother, Allan Finkle-
091 SW 18th st.
bride's parents are Mr. and
|to Finkclstein. 230 Zamora
(oral Gables. The groom is
| 0f Mr. and Mrs. A. Wyman.
bn of honor was the bride's
h-law, Mrs. Allan Finkle-
Lnd best man was Edward
I brother of the groom.
[girls were Patty and Enid
Item, npices of the bride,
: given away in marriage by
ptr. The ceremony was ptv-
1 by Rabbi Joseph Narot.
|bride wore a gown of taf-
! jnported French embroid-
hce, which was designed
|ly for her. The gown had
odice, with a sabrina neck-
_ long pointed sleeves. The
(of the very full floor-length
las outlined with the same
d in the bodice.
Is from out-of-town who at-
phe ceremony were Mr. and
iron Gilman, Great Neck,
and Mrs. Jack Herzog,
I, NY.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
(tein. Lancaster. Pa.; Mr. and
ace Finkelstein, Lancaster;
Mrs. Isadora Courtiand,
room is an executive with
kson Stores here in Miami,
couple will make their
I following their Bermuda
on, in this area.
[in, Kaplan
i for June
Ind Mrs Reuben Levin, of
arlyle ave., Surf side, an-
the engagement of their
r. Leonore Sara, to Ed-
k Kaplan son of Mr. and
fcwis H Kaplan, 1741 Bay
mi Beach.
(Levin is a graduate of Mi-
>ch High School and is em-
las a bookkeeper with the
ne Shoe Stores.
faplan is a graduate of Mi-
ch High School and a mem-
[the University of Florida
of Alpha Epsilon Pi fra-
They're
Betrothed
Felnberg-Wolte
1"r,and Mrs. Morris Feinbent
"01 NW 15th st. dr.. have an-'
H?.U^f ~e enM8ement of their
daughter. Dorothy, to Larry Wolfe
of Schenectady, n.Y. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wolfe,
Paterson, N.J.
Miss Feinberg attends the Uni-
versity of Miami and is a member
of Iota Alpha Pi sorority.
Mr. Wolfe is a graduate of the
University of Miami and works for
General Electric in Schenectady.

t-i*brman-Grnfild
The engagement of their daugh-
ter Alice, to Leslie Howard Green-
fie d. son of Mrs. Murray M. Green-
field 1330 Pennsylvania ave., and
the late Mr. Greenfield, is an-
nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Lieberman, Chicago.
Miss Lieberman attends Roose-
velt College for Girls, Chicago. Mr
Greenfield is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami where he was
president of Tau Delta Phi frater-
nity.
He is working on his master's de-
gree at Loyola College, Chicago.
The couple plan an autumn wed-
ding.
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miSS CHAPLIN
miss BIKZOK
miSS FlINBtHC
miSS KOStNTHAL
mm uoNotf uvm
\ employe,! by Roland-Bodee
Tidvertising agency, and is
Jrtiung major at the Uni-
m Miami F.wning Division.
Redding is planned for June
(nomeol the bride-elect
Shabbal Due
pa Miami Beach Young
I"""-' pwricl will be hosU
Fneg Shabbal Friday night,
| the SI;roham-Norman
?cording to Taube Cardoza,
chairman.
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'Pajama Game' Star
Sought Big Time
Since Childhood
Betty O'Neil, who portrays Babe
Williams in "The Pajama Game,"
the hit musical comedy which plays
at the Dade County auditorium for
one week, beginning Jan. 28, has
been heading for the big time ever
since her mother deposited her as
a child in a dancing school in
Bloomington. III., primarily to
throttle her shyness.
Betty started her career as a'
(lancing Secretary, dancing by
night in a chorus, by day taking1
dictation in an austere brokerage
establishment. She presently bob-
bed up as a vocalist and toured
the nation with society bands.
In the better summer theatres,
chiefly musicals-in-the-round, Betty
clicked handsomely in leading roles
in "Anything Goes," "Girl Crazy,"
"Kiss Me Kate" and as Sally-Adams
in "Call Me Madam."
"The Pajama Game" will be pre-
sented nightly at 8:30 p.m., wit
matinees on Wednesday and Sa
urday at 2:30 p.m.
Niatean-Falkanstetn
A Valentine's Day wedding is be-
ing planned by Constance Evelyn
Nielsen and Eugene Falkenstein
Jr.
The bride-elect is the daughter of
Mrs. Charlotte H. Nielson, 1040
NW 142nd st.
Parents of the prospective bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Falkenstein, Sr., 580 NW 134th st.

RoMnthal-Hirsh
Miss Marlene Rosenthal and her
or* fiance, Herbert Louis Hirsh, are
planning a February wedding.
Announcement of their engage-
ment was made by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Rosenthal, 657
82nd st.
Mr. Hirsh is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. David M. Hirsh. Carleton Ter-
race apts., Miami Beach.
attends the University of Miami
medical school. He is a member of
Phi Delta Epsilon medical frater-
nity.

Ch.plin-Abel
Rae Irene Chaplin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Chaplin, 2910
SW 19th ter., and Carl Abel, son of
Washington.
Btriok-Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Berzok, 339
SW 11th st., are announcing the
[engagement of their daughter,
iHelyne, to Edward Rufiin, son of
I Mrs. Ruth Rubin. 994 SW 9th st.,
and the late Jack Rubin.
Miss Berzok is a sophomore at
the University of Miami. Mr. Rubin.
I who is a senior there, is governor
I of the school of engineering, an ed-
| itor of Miami Engineering School
magazine, member of Phi Kappa
Phi, national scholastic honorary,
member of Omicron Delta Kappa,
highest national men's honorary
on the campus, and is on the Dean's
List.
The couple plans a Sept. 1 wed-
ding.
uss conen mss uvm
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Abel, 3120 SW
5th st., will marry June 9.
.. Th,e, future bridegroom attends
the University of Miami.

Rounsky-Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rozansky (she
is the former Edna Schoenfeld of
Miami), Washington, D.C., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Joan Lois, to Norman
Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myer
Cohen.
Both attended the University of
L.bbi.-Dolgin
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Labbie, 2161
SW 20th st., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Sheila, to
Ira Dolgin. 3001 SW 28th In.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dolgin,
Brooklyn, are the future bride-
groom's parents.
Both attend the University of
Miami.

Futernick-Hadter
The engagement of Arlene Futer-
nick and Maurice Gerry Hadler is
announced here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Futernick.
1511 SW 16th ave., are the bride-
elect's parents. Mr. and M*rs. Sam-
uel Hadler. 1500 SW 19th st., are
the future bridegroom's parents.
I The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Hadler is a graduate of Mi-
.ami High School and Wentworth
Institute in Boston.

Cohtn-Gch
Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Cohen, 850
Lakeviek dr., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. "Carol, to Bruce Cache,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cache
Freeport, L.I.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Lear School. Mr. Cache attends the
University of Miami.
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Lvin-Logun
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Levine, 1370
| Monad ter., Miami Beach, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Sandy, to Albert Logun, son of Mrs.
Fay Logun, Key West.
Miss Levine is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School. She attend-
ed the University of Miami, where
she pledged Phi Sigma Sigma soror-
ity.
The future bridegroom is a grad-
uate of New York University and
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Tempo of Combined Appeal Quickens
i



Tempo of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign activities continues
to increase with the news that for-
mer President Harry S. Truman
will speak for CJA Feb. 12.
Chairman John Serbin Wi
day announced unusual activity in
a!I division! in an effort to brine
campaign totals to a record high
before the evening of the Truman
Tribute Dinner to be hold at the
rs hotel.
A new campaign division, the
"Lincoln Road Group." was or-
ganised Wednesday at I planning
luncheon attended by leading Lin-
coin rd. business men. Milton Sir-
kin, prominent for many >ears in
i.ined Jewish Appeal activities,
it i \oected to head up this impor-
tant committee.
A variety of campaign events
will take place Sunday in differ-
ent parts of Oade county. Repre-
sentatives of the physicians unit
are meeting at 10 a.m. in Mt.
Sinai Hospital to follow up all
pledge assignments made last
week. In charge of the Physicians
Division are Drs. Charles Wer-
blow, Solomon Kann, Pereti
Scheinberg and Harold M. Un-
Str.
mwhile, also on Sundaj morn
'. rth Miami Commiimlie-
Division has scheduled i breakfast
Boating .'it 10 a.b. m the Dunes
motel Hi I dm 8 Crauel, prom-
lawal New England church leader.
will be the speaker.
At 4.30 pm Sunday afternoon,
Charle- H Whitebrook u .11 enter-
tain members of the Advertising
and Allied Trades Division at a
I
MORTON BfCKMAN
Reception Fetes
Morton Beckman
Morton Lee, son <>f Dr. and Mr-.
Samuel Beckman. 2970 S\V 20th st,
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services, Feb. 2,
of Temple Judea.
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor
Irviflg Robinson will officiate
Morton i- I seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
and has attended Temple Judea
religious school for the past six
years.
He won an art award in a city-
wide contest recently with a clay
model head of Menasseh ben Is-
rael.
Following the service, a Kiddush
in Morton's honor will be ten-
dered by the Beckmans. A recep-
tion is scheduled at the Beckman
home Sunday afternoon.
cocktail party in Ma home' 116
West l-t ct. Hibiscus Island.
Aaron Farr and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, co-chairmen of the
Amusements, Radio and TV Divi-
sion, will convene al a umcheoa
meeting cm Monday In the Board
room of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, while, <>n Tuasdayi Ar-
tie Kraviti and Rill Weintraub will
outline campaign action with tome
of the Retail Merchants Division
representatives.
Other Division Activity
Feb 5 looms high a- an impor-
tant date in the local ( JA calendar
since the Women's pivision Spon-
sors' Tea and the Voung Men Di-
vision Initial Gifts Dinner both till
on this date.
The women'- event I- -lated for
the home of Mrs. Leo Gem gross,
4549 Pine Tree dr. The Young
Men- -ocial event starts at 6 p.m.
in the Seville hotel
Fund raising activities in the In-
surance Division get under way at,
a luncheon meeting at the Biscayne
8 hotel Wednesday BOOB.
Meeting in the Consular room,
chairman Harry Diamond will a-k
representative! to booat their con-
tributions two and three times over j
last year figure, in order to meet
the unprecedented 1957 campaign!
goal.'
Glasser Twins Will Be Bas
Z^-Fobroojj;
I
Jr
m/m srmwm amd monA lowsi cmsiii
Lawrence Broder
Is Bar Mitzvah
Lawrence Edward Broder will
become Bar Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning service-. Feb. 2, of
Beth David Congregation.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel H. Broder, 130 SW 27th
rd. Babbi Yaakov Rosenberg and
Cantor William Lipson will offi-
ciate.
I awrence i- an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior Higli
and has attended religious school
ior the past three years.
Kiddush in his honor will fol-
low the services. Reception is
scheduled Saturday evening at the
Tides hotel.

The hotel industry will move
forward in an all-out effort to se-
cure life dollars at their fund
raising dinner Wednesday eve-
ning at the Seville hotel, hosted
by Robert Robinson.
i
Combined Jewish Appeal work-
ers meetings and pep rallies fill
the calendar throughout the month
of February. On Thursday, Feb. 7,
the Women- Division Town
Luncheon Unlimited committee
will meet at 10 a.m. At noon, the
Real Estate workers have been
called together to attend a lunch-
eon in the Federation office Chair-
man is Jack Cantor. Meanwhile on '
I bur-day evening, an educational
rally will take place at the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center, where an
overflow audience is expected to
hear an address by Rev. Grauel.
On Feb. 8, the Women's Divi-
sion has scheduled a board meet-
ing at 10 a.m., and on Feb. 10.
?he Communal Workers Division
will meet at their annual fund
raising ocial at a.m.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, cam-
The Bas Mitzvah of Sunny Steph-
anie and Mona Louise Glasser,
twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Miami Beach, will be
celebrated Saturday, Feb. 2.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate at services conducted at Tem-
ple Kmanu F.I. to which all friends
have been invited. A reception for
the family and invited guests will
follow at the Algiers hotel in the
Rubaiyat room.
Both girls were named after Dr.
Stephen Wise and his wife, Mona.
Born in Miami Beach Feb. 9, 1044.
the celebrants have attended local
schools and are now in the eighth
grade at Nautilus.
Their mother, popular Bass Glas-
paign chairman of the Women's Di-
vision, has announced two impor-
tant planning sessions will be held
prior to the Truman dinner Feb.
12. She has called a meeting of
hostesses for the Beach "Luncheon
Unlimited" event on Monday, Feb.
11. at the home of Mrs. Inez Kren-
sky. 4955 Delaware ave. A second
meeting of the committee planning
the Miami "Luncheon Unlimited"
will meet at the home of Mrs. Sam-
uel Sapiro, 3029 Brickell ave.,
Feb 12.
ser. is active in all major daf
religious organirations saT
been prominently connedslj
Federation. Bonds of Israd.1
pie Emanu-El and Mt Siajj
pital, among many othen
serving currently on the a
fare Board to which she
pointed by Gov. LeRoy
/I
MMtfffJCI BJfODfB
Beverly, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. George Zlotshewer,
1340 71st st., will become Bas
Mitzvah Friday evening, Feb.
1, during late services oi
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Beverly is a
Student at religious school of
North Shore Jewish Center.
Gail to Become
Bas Mitzvah
Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mr-
Joseph A O-the. will b.
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services, Fed 2. of Zamora Jewish
< enler.
Rabbi B. I.eon HurwKz and Can
tor Rudolph Brill will official
Gail attends Za
mora Jewish (en-
ter religiom
school, where -he
la active in youth
program- \
nth grader at
Shenandoah Jun-
ior High, -h,. || m
honor student.
Gail will chant
the Kiddush and
I he Haftorah por-
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P m. wil be an open hnus<>
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For Queen of
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Rose Ball? The beauty cm
I be held in conjunctk*
; Florists' Assn. of Greater I
eighth annual Rose Ball sstj
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Benefits of the ball
scheduled for Mar. 9 at I
Park auditorium, will
Greater Miami Linn's
Conservation Fund.
Beauty contestants
county residents, u? _
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preliminary' judging Fell
narrow the contest to WJ
and the five finalists wan
lected Feb. 16 at a kicssfj
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February 1. 19S?
|/raflre(// Brought Her
To Writing Poetry
_ aCIractive widow, who lost "People, People," is on sale at
husband two years ago, has Burdines and DouWeday here, as
Jpi.l>Jfr^-r
Paq 9B
Led poetess,' and today her
Is are selling in top shops on
lEastcrn seaboard.
L is Isabel (Mrs. Henry) Na-
iy, now on vacation here at
IRowe hotel.
Vfter my husband died," Mrs.
sky explained Wednesday,
jrew myself into many philan-
bic and civic programs. I am
[president of the B'nai B'rith
ken of Baltimore and past
Bdcnt of Child Study chapter
L( Baltimore."
bt the void could not be filled
|hese activities. And so Mrs.
iasky began writing poetry in
Ml, 1956. Today, her first book,
well as at such exclusive book
stores as Brentano and Macy's in !
New York and in equally final
stores in Baltimore, Washington
and Philadelphia.
Mrs. Naviasky has not only
written the poetry, but has pub-
lished and distributes the book
also. "People are splendid, warm-
hearted creatures," she said
They have all been simply de-
lightful, taking my poetry so seri-
ously and so willing to offer it to
the public."
Her charming modesty belies
the quality of poems such as this
part of Mrs. Naviasky's introduc-
tory in Memoriam to her late
husband:
".\n.| now I know that vo |
mi- llyoa nn.
You Urted wh.it pursue* |,.
I'lsHofH'll 1-iMiric
The deathleee I......r aplrltual
MUfOfl
^""for""'-6 "' "'y ""'"
Adding to the quality of htr
pottry art drawings by Aaron
Sopher, viewed by art critics
among others, as "a sort of mod-
ern and more cultivated Ho-
garth who may very well be one
of the masters of the now
world while it is still young."
Dr. Hanson Active In Music Circles
Hibiscus Lodge Number 275
F. & A. M. honors immediate
Past Master Henry Waitzkin
with traditional Past Master's
night dinner dance Sunday
evening. The affair is an an-
nual celebration and will be
held at Latin Quarter. In
charge of information is Nor-
ton Pallot.
No American musician is more
vitally active in behalf of Ameri-
can music than Howard Hanson
As director of the Eastman School
of Music at the University of Ro-
chester, he is iQ the forefront of
American music educators.
As composer and conductor, he
has established wide contacts with
an international public. As public
speaker, he has in this country
added argument to practical ac-
complishment.
Me will be guest conductor at
?he fifth concert of the Univer-
sity of Miami Feb. 10 and 11 in
Miami Beach and Dade County
auditoriums.
Hanson was born
in Wahoo,
Cantor Monde!
Takes Monticello
Park Position
Cantor Manny Mandel this week
Naviasky already has many ad- a mirers but foremost among Congregation Monticello Park, NE
them are her three grandchildren llth ave- and 164th st N. Miami
and her two children, Mr. and, B*^ch _,
Mrs. Frank Naviasky and Mrs.1 Pres,den'
Recent arrivals to letters Mrs.
*M. ISAUl NAVIASKY
nw tt wtttrs
Alvin J. Myerberg, of Baltimore'
Good things get around. Word
s of Friday is that seme of Mrs.
Naviasky's poems from "People,
People" may be read by Alan Keys
on his W1TV program shortly.
0
Cinerama Shows
For Dade Youth
Harold Brown an-
nounced that Cantor Mandel will
chant the liturgical portion of the
services each Fri-
day night and for
the High Holi-
days.
The new cantor
performed h i s
first service at
Monticello Park
in 1954. He stu-
died music with
Lucille Moore
while singing at
_lhe North Dade
CANTO* MAMDU3eWlsh C e n l e r
Choir.
At present, the cantor is study-
ing voice with Philip Steen and in-
with Rabbi Isaac
'Mignon' Sunday
At Dade Auditorium
Emanuel Balaban. noted New!
York conductor, will wield the
baton Sunday ninht. Feb. 3. whenl
the Opera-Ballet Co of Miami pre
sents the opera, "Mignon," in Dude
County auditorium.
His appearance here has been
arranged by Seymour Hoffman,
Miami Beach orchestra leader,
who is co-producer with Dmitri
Chutro of the Miami premiere
performance.
Starring are Frank Porretta, as'
Welhelm; Phyllis ATick, as Philine
George Yourenoff, as Lothario
Frances Lager, as Mignon; and Ver
non Kingsley, as Jarno.
Tickets for the Abroise Thomas
opera are on sale at the Book
Worm. Coral Gables: Miami Beach,
Radio, Lincoln rd.; Four Seasons,
Book and Record Shop, Miami
Beach; and Central Music Co, W I
Flagler st.
Nebr., in 1896. His mother was
eoiiipperl to start his musical edu-
cation. This was continued by study'
in Luther College, by study in and
graduation from the Institute of
Musical Art of New York, and by
additional music study with aca-
demic work leading to graduation
from Northwestern University.
At the age of 20, Dr. Henson
was called to the faculty of the
College of the Pacific, San Jose,
Calif., in 1916. In 1919 he wes
made dean of the Conservatory
of Fine Arts of that college.
In 1921, he won the award of the
Prix de Rome, and was the first
Music Fellow to enter the Academy
on the basis of that competition.
While still in residence in Rome, he
was offered and accepted the posi-
tion of director of the Eastman
School of Music in Rochester.
in the.
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550 Washington ave.7
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Settling down to enjoy its exclu-
sive Florida long-run engagement
at the Boosevelt Theare, Miami
Beach, is "This is Cinerama." the
| Lowell Thomas-Merian C. Cooper
I presentation which entered its
I ninth week Wednesday evening.
Following the pattern of Ciner-
ama's 19 other theatres throughout lerpretation
the country, the Roosevelt Theatre Lerer.
management recently inaugurated j As a child, he studied with Can-
a policy of special Saturday morn- tor Arele Diamond, of New York,
mg shows designed to cater to j Last year. Cantor Mandel perform-
youngsters throughout Dade county [ed the High Holiday services at the
and. eventually, throughout all of Homestead Jewish Center.
F,rida- Cantor Mandel lives in N. Miami
On Jan. 12, a scant five and a Beach with his wife, Miriam, and
half weeks after Cinerama's Florida their two daughters, Eilene 9, and
premiere, the theatre held its first Sheri-Jo, age 8.
youth matinee in honor of the Girl
Scouts of Dade county. So great
was the demand for tickets that the
theatre was obliged to increase the
Dade Federal Assn.
1 l'hlly h,ohV, "d Hydra.
'r r.t.i ^ I..?'d,r '"'
'"LIN motai).
Branch Will Mark
three thus far, with the possibility'
of more in the future. |
All set to attend future special I
Saturday morning Cinerama per-
formances are South Florida's Boy'
Scouts of America, as well as the
Anniversary Friday
*iV
TU 76711
In a special ceremony marking
its fourth anniversary, Tamiami
entire roster of Dade county school branch of Dade Fpdcral Savings
children. and Loan Assn., 1901 SW 8th st.,
> u j I will give away huge birthday cakes
10 neaa Red CrOSS CrOUp Friday rather than cut them for
Sam F. Danels, executive vice its birthday party, Joseph M. Lip-,
president of Citizens Federal Sav-,ton. Dade Federal's president, an-!
ings and Loan Assn.. will be a divi- nounced.
sion chairman io the Hialeah Miami j Receiving a big, 40-inch-wide I
Springs area for the annual Red heart shaped cake for the National
Cross fund appeal, which begins
Mar. 1.
a$ss
YOUR INCOME TAX
J. E. MAROUA
"i estate" mmt "-annt ~ J
On-TT^ PHONK PL 90643
.fP*" m. to 7:30 p.m.
iron's
SERVING MIAMI
OVER 60 YEARS
WHY PAY MORE?
Children's Cardiac Hospital will be
the hospital's president, Richard
Berenson.
Also receiving 40-inch cakes dec
orated to Jook like huge dimes will
be A. J. "Jack" Cleary, local repre-
sentative of the March of Dimes
and the National Polio Foundation.,
and Jack Bell, representing Variety
Children's Hospital, where many
polio victims are treated.
The public is invited to see the
large cakes on display at 9 a.m.
Friday, and attend the 11 a.m. pre-
sentation ceremony at Dade Fed-
eral's Tamiami branch. Lipton said
the branch will serve refreshments
I Friday and during next week in
[ observance of its fourth anniver-
sary.
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Hebrew Academy Dinner Set Feb. 1i
Top Community Leaders
Voice Support of School
All-out support by the Greater
Miami Jewish community for the
ninth annual Gieater Miami
Academy dinner a- called for
this week by Wolfie Cohen, din-
ner chairman. Mrs. Benjamin Ap-
pel. B. 1. Binder and Irving Firtel,
co-chairmen.
The $100 a couple dinner af-
fair, annually one of the social
highlights of all Florida, is sched-
uled for Sunday evening, Keb.
10. in the Grand ballroom of the
Fontainebleau hotel.
Dinner leader- this week invit-
ed all residents and visitors in the
area to attend the event and to
make the response of the com-
munity unanimous.
Cohen, who is identified with
many causes here said that "the
Hebrew Academy remains un-
questionably the greatest bulwark
and guarantee for an intelligent
future generation of leaders in
Greater Miami and American
Jewish life."'
' The Hebrew Academy." Cohen
declared, "has captured my imag-
ination as no communal project
of it.- kind in my lifetime. A- .i
parent of a student attending the
Academy I have become keenly
aware of the remarkable results
in the training of young boys and
rirls in good citizenship and in
the cultural and religious values
of Judaism."
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy, who
accompanied Cohen on a tour of
the school said that "during the
formative and impressionable
years, our children must be in-
spired with a Jewish- philosophy,
rooted in our Bible, in the divine
principle* of our prophets and
the tiered tradition of our his-
toric faith. Such a philosophy of
life can he implanted in schools
patterned after the Hebrew Acad-
emy, where our boyi and mil- are
exposed to a bi-Iingual program
n intensive American and He-
brew education.il curriculum."
Mrs. Benjamin Appel. pre-idcnt
of H. n tu id) mj v. men. hon-
orary president of the Jewish1
Home l..rthe Aged and an active
community leader in civic and re-
;- circles, stated that "the
(ire.iter Miami Hebrew Academy
h.i- been near and dear to my
heart since it- beginning."
Binder Urges Answer
To Education Needs;
Expansion is on VI/m
i. t.
a/NDft
. looking ahead
By B. I. BINDER
Academy President
Today's Hebrew Academy is not
the property of a small group or
even of the entire Academy mem-
ber-hip, but rather belongs to the
entire Jewish community of
Greater Miami.
When the Academy was estab-
lished, the community accepted
on faith its pledge, its program
and its promise. Today, the Acad-
emy has given not only ample but
Ten Years of Hebrew Academy Life
Have Wrought Notable Changes
Rw UCDUAU ClCCUDCOr. ? lL.au.1-*. an u .....
WOUIt COHEN
. dinner chairman
By HERMAN EISENBERG
Executive Director
The Hebrew Academy is now
celebrating its tenth anniversary,
It can look back with pride upon
it- attainment- in the field of
Jewish education, and in services
to our community
In the comparatively short time
of its existence, it has wrought a
notable change in the Jewish life
of our city Cardinal Jewish values
such as the study of Torah. the
holiness of the Sabbath and the
sanctity of the synagogue and
home, have become integral and
motivating forces not only in the
lives of its students, hut also in
their respective home-.
The increase in the number of
Hebrew day school- in this coun-
try attests to a re-urgence in the
interest of Jewish youth educa-
tion. The significant achievement
of the Hebrew Academy locally i-
the acceptance of its program by
the community at large.
The Academy, by it- dynamic
and progressive program aim- to
build a well integrated Jewi-r
personality, one which -Ir.uld ex-
perience no emotional or intel-
lectual cla-h between being a
loyal Jew and a loyal
at the same time.
The miracle of Jev
is closely hound up witl I
vival of Hebrew and the teach-
ing of our Torah The welfare
and progress of all our national
and local institutions cuic, re-
ligious and philanthropic will
be enhanced by an m-pired and
well trained youth who. H the
citizens of tomorrow, will dedi-
cate themselves to the very causes
in which we of this generation
are vitally interested.
The Academy is not a private
school; nor is it parochial. It is
a progressive day school for He-
brew and F.nglish studies. It be-
longs to the community at large.
The school is maintained partial-
ly by tuitions which cover only 45
percent of the budget. No student
is refused admission because of
his inability to pay. The doors of
the Academy are open to all, rich
and poor alike.
The Academy has established
an enviable record of achieve-
ment Its graduates have assumed
leadership and have taken their
rightful places in our society. The
school has been accalimed by
world educators as a rpwriel insti-
tution dedicated to thV ethical,
moral and intellectual develop-
ment of youth.
Thi- unique and outstanding
educational institution is de-erv
ing of the maximum support by
every Jew of our community.
MMS. WIUIAM MM
. PTA president
amazing justification f>
faith. Eight years of the T
program have produced
with enviable back
scholarship, civic ren
nd intelligent prep
genuine leadership.
During these past ((.
scores of youngsters have i
ed on our waiting lists i
students, a capacity
taxing every existing
have benefited from ai
ported by our entire cog
The Academy needs n,
cilities and more adequate,
modations laboratory, L
ries, classrooms .and stodkal
make available further ts|
ure of the Academy
education to all the _
our community who wishu]
fit from its rich and i
program.
We can ignore this neaj
can refuse this challeajij
shall we? Are not the
our own children the
reaching, the most coon
penetrating voices raised|
for support? When theyi
the future and the realii
our destiny, shall we not I
We are planning the i
of our school. We shall
the generous support aaij
ted cooperation of every I
woman in our comrauiiyj
possesses the vision to |
this school one of the I
surest bulwark- of an
and dynamic future.
The new Hebrew Act
not an educator's dream, Bj
greatest hope of the
realist. Help detennir* tan
tion and future of
Jewry.
Auxiliary Organizations Prove Vital Ai
Thr%e> fit" thA __
Three of the Boat vital arms of
Hebrew Academ? are it- aux-
izations, Hebrew
Academy Women and PTA
Heading the-e groups this year
< Benjamin Appel. Hebrew
Aeademy Women president, and
Mrs William Fur, 1'TA pr,..,.
dent Both are long active in the
school- affairs.
The Women's organization ha*
wen spending much of the fall
Prominent Men in Praise
D*. UO JUNG
applauds achievement
By WOLFIE COHEN
Dinner Chairmen
Community leaders and prom-
inent educators of the United
States. Canada. Israel and South
America have made it a point to
Visit the Hebrew Academy dur-
ing their stay in Miami Beach
f"k alcr,nes* and enthusiasm
of the students and the school's
progressive and dynamic educa-
on program"-,hl-,s how, he-e
h5r r" 8rnCrally Ped
their reactions.
.,5T ^o Jung, eminent rabbi
"'Anguished author and prof,.I
W of ethics at Yeshiva cn, ,,.
s-ty had this ,o say:-The Hebrew
mgu shed o the 215 day schools
altv n ? TV' B """"toes loy-
alty to tradition with modernity
and educational approach with up"
to-date attitudes of pedagogy
fiJ im.am" he added, 'to
caw rd"rn atad> lo-
o her i 'r"m N,W V"rk ^d
o'her long-established Jewish
communities of America "
The knowledge of Wl|Ir (,h ,
!;;;; -- ,he TaJud -
"faTted' Was ab|e to observe
Academy Liu ""', Tha< l"'
and early winter on its major
fund rais,nK project of the year,
the ninth annual year book. The
PTA has again highlighted its ac-
tivities with moves designed to
better community relations for
the school.
Honorary president of the He-
brew Academy Women is Mrs.
Irving Firtel. Vice presidents are
the Mesdames Isidore Spolter.
Alexander S. Gross. Joseph E.
Kackovsky. jerry Sussman and
Joseph Shapiro. Honorary vice
presidents are the Mesdames Har-
ry (.enet. Alexander Kogan. Sam-
uel Ke.nhard and Louis Sussman.
Mrs. David Seid is correspond-
ing secretary. Financial secre-
''O is Mrs. Jacob Katz. Treasurer
ji Mrs Alex Miller, and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Kornreich serves as social
lecretary. Mrs. Pauline Crund-
*erg is general secretary. Chap-
ajff$. MWJ/Us*
,.. Acodeaw
Executive Chairman Thanks
His Many Able Dinner
By HARRY GENET
Che.rman of th. xaewtsvo
Committee
As the Hebrew Academy enters
"is llth year. I cannot but ex-
press my gra,itu -n and women who hale glZ
tutior! ."? ,0 make ** "*
acnool m the South.
We are particularly grateful
for the services IB*, ai
dered by our P**- >
Binder, my felkr
rectors, under who
the Hebrcu
Acade*'
a new pha*
will ultimately V*J*
ucation. both in *"*:'
U.h.to.hechiMr*"
munity.


February 1, 1957
rartz Elected
wenth Term
Schwartz has been re-
president of the Greater
threw Free I.oan Assn. for
knth BMeeaflive term.
L named at the association's
election meeting recently
Vilip Rerknu'itz. first vice
ft; Sidney H. Palmer, sec-
L president; Morris Eck-
iird vice president; Clara
i, financial secretary; Zel-
kt, recording secretary,
fade Phillips, corresponding
A; Harry (roldberg, treasur-
fsam Segal, Max Rappaport
is Weintraub, credit inves-
members are Meyer Red-
ton Neveksky, Bernard Jaf-
Fendel, Rose Weintraub,
[ Herman, Yolanda Bern-
bJry Hirschhorn, Sam Phil-
na Block. Rachel Sakowitz,
[Meyers, Pearl Krieger and
an.
t to the organization, today
tig some 150 members, in-
Ithat upward of $80,000 in J
pn- have been granted thus
arc interest free and with-
Inegotiation charge.
Federation Leader
Dead, at 53, of
Heart Ailment
wSlUf'a1 Se/Vices were conducted T
S of iLV n VUam B"echman, Li
i''-r,Miv;rfkM1s'"r,vlv.""' """,d'
;,-._"".,,,1, ,< uUmt. Services Were Jan.
*" """am Biechi ii w'r'u',,h,"" "'" >""-. ha
53. of 1845 Daytonia rd., Miami "'"' '"< -"two" ^^h'VV'
Beach, who pass- |fc**Udr.n. B^^l'^f^ xr.
'is M'CHABL RtJSENTMAC
.!. d,,T,n',!,^'r ..... *ar......
Page 11 B
IUOOM SCHHAMTZ
VALUE PLUS
I- IEST BUY ON RIDGE. U.S.
I LAKEVIEW DRIVE. LOCATED
i lex Beach lake and How-
Ins Restaurant in Sebring.
i, including apartment for
I large lot 213 Ft. en lake
kith space for 18 additional
fccntdJuly 19S6. Ultra med-
lever/ respect. Cross annual
1 between 530,000 $35,000.
157,500. Exclusive listing.
I excellent buys all around
I. Hlrhlands County seat.
ICRES $?D per acre. 2 mi,.,
font. 5.C icr' imoroved 3
i ranch home: REA 2 largo
II (tnctd and croat-fenced.
|2 pet. down.
RES wrth m miles |a| T50 00 cash.
.""J66 0O0. 1 CB t bedroom
330 Ft, hard turfacod road.
Ion (lowing creek. 250 acrot
JIO fenced and cro.fenced.
H down.
JES natural hammock, beau-
3.750 Ft. lakefront with
Id canal 175.000. Termo.
JRCIAL corner U.S. 27 and
approximately 3M acre*.
,L.?p'<> ~ Paved road
j w lake frontage. 111 non
*-.. W Rebm.n.flRVor
ll'w r *r. ".""">
|t W Center Avenue
EV 5.2771
Washington Assn.
Has Staff Changes
Changes in officers were an-
nounced Wednesday by Washing-
ton Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
Association officers now are
Jack D. Gordon, president; Arthur
H. Courshon, chairman of the
board and new secretary; George
W. Hirsch, vice president and
comptroller; Ben Geller, vice pres-
ident.
Milton M. Gaynor. former treas-
urer, vice president; Francis O.
Betzold. new treasurer; Jack A.
Courshon, assistant secretary; Na-
than Bobroff, assistant vice presi-
dent; and George Lubow, loan of-
ficer.
Francis Betzold. 8819 Hardintj
; ave., Miami Beach, has been nai
treasurer of the Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn., Mi-
ami Beach.
Betzold came here from Greens-
boro, N.C., where he was an exam-
iner for the fourth district of the
Federal Home Loan Bank Board,
with jurisdiction over eight south-
eastern states.
He also was formerly associated
with the Koffers Co., in Pittsburgh,
and the Fidelity Trust Co., of Bal-
timore.
BUCHMAH
ed away at home
at 2 a.m. Wed-
nesday morning
of a heart ail-
ment.
Blechman had
l'VA is. Miami
it the past five
yetrs, corning
here from Mt.
Vernon, N.Y. He
is survived by his
wife, Theodora,
and two sons, Ar-
thur and Donald, of Miami Beach
Bl.chman was a mambar of th.
board of governors of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
also served on th* budget com-
mftroe and the initial gift, djyj.
ion. Ho w., the founder of the
Biscayne Point CJA Council.
Campaign chairman John Serbin
said "his death will be a great loss
to the community at large and to
Nl .lTJd i,n "':'r />?"" f'";
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
m.\in Ei-WOLFF
SHORELAND^ARCADF
"'!.
"irangemenu la ally h'r*e "'

BO rrf JADORE OOLDFARB
ft*, or I...-.t.,,,. Maw.., died Ian 7
1 nf !"' "?* KTOVIR
aft. ,7 W.Kin.sn, ket. K.I., died J;,n >
Fifteenth Anniversary
Miami Beach Home for Girls is
Federation for which he was a de-1! y mar,kin* its 15th anni-
voted worker." ue" versary, aecording to an announce-
Services, which were conducted' !','' T^ by S' GM>trom,
by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, were! iT, pr!? aSS'StS ,he Hme in
held at the Normandy Isle Chapel
of Beach-Riverside, with interment
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
[* fcfftr Business T*iaf
hfl C.PJ. InrnfifatiM
nercial Propwrti-*
IAWY V.JENKINS
Realty
JAcksoa 3-2270
GEORGE G. POMERANTZ
at., dl-d .ln ?4
rnl bu. nessman and rlvlc
'. hN dt-fr-rmlnnl struitelc
' -'"I Ion hi !.!!.-.; irl ,.,-.
' and Rdtnlra-
ih.' commnnlt) H< i
torof th.. Piorldn P......,.,,i f,. lho
.Mind, a-memhei ,.f Miami l:.;..h Rika
'^'r No i -''v-i mi th-
''k^i'1"/ l"^"'"1 ''" lln.l-.i ll.M>kln
T J'r l"""' '"',| WaWMWrnenl ir. -
mJJJBr for th. ftnuth Florida dlvlion
of th, K. M s. h... ffer llrewln fn
M.rvlvlnaT/nre his wlfP. Madelaino. and
a'Brother. I^on. rVrvl.... Wn Jan. 27
In RlvorHld.--ll.nrh Menrnrlnl (haiiel
With burial in Mt. \rhn romotery
i ,1S&PH H0"tKNTEIN
s. or no O-oan dr.. dlo.l Jan 21 niv-
orlde-neoh Momorlal rhapel was In
rharge of arranitomonts.
The Home, Casa Francesca w,.s
organized 15 years ago on Jan. 26.
Since then, some 15.CW0 Catholic
girls have used the generous facili-
ties of this organization dedicated
to those who can not afford to pay
high rentals.
not on Flt-ida's west Coast!
TAMIAMI Trail, bar. dance hall.
.........., large living quarters,
5:w.no,wtooo"vy 'ncam'- $38oo
BIS..C? 'Tln'"* ""me. 0 rent,I
ifk^''"eluding large lake with
fleh. a steal at Mt.soo.
Trail, seats 200 people, 3 bed-
room living quarters, almost 3
acres land. Fina business $60,000.
FINE commercial building with
park.ng lot. Store, down stairs,
offices upstairs. Elevator 2w,
down, 20 year mortqage at % on
balance. Paya 6.000. per year on
m .nP*ym<"" ',,er *P"M. and
mortgage payment. 1180.000.
T^IAy'.Tr"": "*""ul building
and fi.tur.s, boor license and
restaurant: almost 3 acres land.
Living quarters. $47,500.
TAMIAMI Trail; lot 104x109, new
building, good for fruit business,
grocery or many other businesses.
Living quarters. $17,500.
Toao1L MgJ*gi*,*3i T.mlami
Trail, lot 300x480'. excellently
SgyWgj*. 8 well p.y.nj
units; 4 bedroom living quarters
wll? JooV"' >"rr-""its. This
$62000 *r *7iM0- Terms,
D. FRANK HOSTETLEH. Mgr.
SOUTHWEST HEAITY
3221 14th St. W. Brad.ntaa, Flo.
Phone Bradenton 4-5253
.. .. JACK CROWN
' 1* VL H"lh"rne avo.. dlod Jan.
-*.,4, r'"'rt'"n ner* "even yeam, ha la
Mirvlvod hy hh. wife. Anita: hla moth-
er, Mn<. Ray Crown: and thro* sisters
GOOD BUYS
Jeover
Jearise
T. LAUDERDALE
I- Ft. Pi,re, v enm Beach
NIAK MATT-WIHTIKV HANT
Far aevelo.ment, 3100 acre, at
: im/t^LTS?*"
I 991 Acres tjf Miles Hyw. Frontage.
West of Turn Piho intarchang*
I road to Stuart, Fla.
I 276.5 Acres 10 minutes from St.
! Augustine. Appr. 1300 ft. of Atlan.
tie Ocean frontage and 1600 ft. on
I AIA Either buy It or Join the
I syndicate now forming $92.75 per
ft. $770,000.
MRS. REBECCA FAGIN
6... of 4461 SW ,,th of., died Jan. ?3.
A rwii.lent here n yr. nhe Is sur-
vived hv her hiiKhnnrl. Nathan; three
laiiRhter.., Mr Lillian Wlnlnror Mm
""' r-ohon, and Mrs. Koth.r Shlff-'
two brothers and six erandchlldren.
Sorrloen ware Jan. 24 In Gordons
Miami rhapel. with burial In Mt.
8lnal Comet.-iv.
MRS. ALICE LEOPOLD
*. of 6JJ1 c,,|||n ave .||e.| Jan t
A lone-time winter vloitor, she leaves
hor hiishnnd. K.lward, and rwo liro'h-
rvlres were In New York, with
.vwrnan-ilnnlnn Funeral Home In
Ml 16 of steal arranitomontK.
Motel Investment
I HOMtSTEAD
1 STIATEGK LOCATION
' HUina Office Hotel Units I Duplex Apts
ttt'.ia!!^*g.C**lr. NI llll Stl ample room far 30
V* Grand nk, 7k !f "*" ,'",", J *"* 3" *
>"oli, tonsIruciJT' C,""""^^^t at progret.ive and
ktr,y ; "0?"J" '"!'-, t. load ,7k.. .lane af
1 "O.OOO down ovm! T'^n ** **?' F-$t ark., $70,000.
GE0RGI DYKES, BROKER
MENDEL STERNFELO
*, of l?7 vi: Jth it., dlod .7.in. It,
A winter visitor h.-i.- for manv vears,
he Is snrvtT. ,1 bj II .. Irvine
Pluii '". .iii.l Dr, j,,, k ero
In Chsaaarc*.
JACOB B. SHUPPFR
. <-f ?"..", Collins n\- ,ii,,i Jan. 2.1.
- .i wintvi v Isiior here for the
r-t ;; reou-s. Survivors Include his
rtfa, Anna; a son llmton and two
aorhtaro, Mm, Ulhtrod Abella and
Mi- Mice I'-llo.-k S-'\|.e a
Brooklyn, with ith ei h Mo-
morlal Chapel in chare.- of local ar-
rangement*.
MAHAM BLOC, MIAMI
nUMKlIN 3-f22
MRS PEARL SOLGAN
T, 1548 BW th st.. .11- .1 Jan. ?1 A
resident hei, i .,,. Viw.,i
01 i lirothor, Mnrrla Sin lei; and two
Mrs- Fannie II- bl .ml M
Pora Miller. Services were Jan. 24
In (lordon's Miami ChapaL with btartaJ
In Mt. .\t ho i in.'i.-i) .
NOAH DRASNER
7". of New Tork City, died Jan. 23.
Services and burial Ofara In New
Tort, with Rlvei aldi I:.., h Mi
CHaiml In chanje of local nrranfe-
mertts.
THE McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN McCUNE, M A.I
MARION C McCUNE, M.A.I
151 N.E. THIRD STREET
Ml VMI
1 hed I'M i
PEARL MANDEL
S. of N.w Vork in\ die,| Jan. 23.
She leaves her husband, Imvl-l
lee. n* burial u..... In N--w
lth Rlrentld. Mamorutl
chartre of annneementa liH-ally.
HARRY BOSLOW
.'.7, nf M&l Collins ave, died Tan. ?T
and bui lal e in Krookl) n,
with it' rial i "ii.ip. i
In charge of Weal arrangements.
SAMUEL GREEN
TO, of 4T> BW 14th av.-.. died Tan. 24.
A retired i-lisrinarlst. he came here
I seven years ago. Sur\ Ivlng are his
jwlf. five slaters, Bl
I in
iii Mt. Nebo Comet.
MRS. MINNIE ANKER
79, of 1221 8W 2nd ave died Jan. 21
"urni?"" T MELBOURNE City
limits housing ahnrtaqe. E
client potentials. $750 per acre.
70e.if.C?E2 ~ M*TIN County. 1
mile highway front. /, ,,(. r,:i
road front. $210 pen- .cr. '""
400 ACRES STUART, right at
Cloverl.af. Improved land 0
per acre. ^^
20?/?E?T H,OHLAND County,
H mile h.ghway front, mucll^nd
fee e.m.P,r0V", Ptur. eeellent
for cattle and dairy. $186 per acre.
highway front, elevation. Far
below market price. $66 per acre.
FOR good land investments see
the man right on the spot.
Call 3882
Alb. W. Sc her I if i, A hoc.
Joieph I. Sickler, Realtor
MM $. 4th $?. -t. nmti Plfc
U. S. No. 1
FORT MYERS
OPPORTUNITY !
700 ACMS NEAR CITY and tlVER -
active center frontage on im-
Bortant boalevard. $310 oar acre,
21% cash and balance 10 annual
payments. Fin. subdivision fits.
JEFFC0TT
Realty Investments
2400 FUST STMIT
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
R. H. Sh'addick
REALTOR
j
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?, PUN YOUR FUTURE
4 MONROI COUNTY
L FLORIDA
5 ACRES
' 40 Milt. Wtit af Miami
NO DOWN PAYMENT
SP00
_ 3 fU MONTH
T0t*l Ju rtict uts
O K0 INTH[]f
a NO CIOSINC COST
NO (OWN rArUENT
nil wajrtasrr (tip
a FM TfMI PtOTICTIM
THIS IAND IS IIIII
larswta
C4U WIITf
nil MAf> AMD BOOdlfT
anaai4ujif uaa Nrvftntts
SMsrity IM, 117 .|. i.t _
fei. at t-an$
S. INC 11
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II
REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN
NEEDED
Norman K. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.V>. 7th Ava.
MO 1-1440
SAIES PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
MORTGABE 1QAHS
8 OIRAIOA AVENUE
Shaddick luildiai
CORAL GABIES
Ph. Hlghlaad 8 25$1
ATTENTION
INVESTORS

52 ACRES, WITH 4,000' ON ST.
IUCIE RIVER, ADJOINING THE
LARGEST DEVELOPMENT IN ST.
I IK IE COUNTY. ONLY SI 4 PER FT.
WITH TERMS. PHONE FT. PIERCE
2550 OR 2551, OR SEE CHARLES
<. MOORE 315 N. 4TH ST., IT.
PIERCE, FLA.
To Serve Yet? is
0m Pleasure
Ed. J. Vischi
Real Estate in All
Its Branches
12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE
Phaa. PL 4-4461
Investors Speculators
Anyone familiar with acreage will
immediately recognue that
these art great buys.
1 ^CRES Columbia county
ISO. pf> acre.
2 2* ACRES Columbia county
?i" fr !CP* rh9~ tracts arc
adjoining) terms $2,400 down.
3. 000 ACRES $100 per ten V*
mi lea on highway. 300 acre* im.
iT.7r/n<1 P*r'y cleared. Com-
P'eteiy fenced in Terms 29% cash,
balance $10,000 year 5% (also
nice 3 bedroom ranch house, cat-
4 440PA?RF'S".^ne h,d' E,c'
. S *40 p,r er making
$4,000 ci".hW m"" n h'8h*V-
5. 40 ACRES Qainesville, $900 per
6 tkn42.,^""- G,,cnr' County,
LASSITER and HOOK
REALTORS
Contact Jack Schraedel. Sr.
204 S. E. 1st Straat, Gainesville, Fla.
FR 2-4300
No brofc.rs please
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Top Zionist Will I
Appear in Miami
Rabbi Joseph Sternstein will ad-(
dress a luncheon meeting of Miami'
Beach Zionist District Wednesday i
at the Raleigh hotel.
Rabbi Sternstein, spiritual lead- j
er of Beth Abraham Synagogue1
Center of Dayton, 0.. will also ap-
pear at a meeting of North Shore j
Zionist District Monday evening in
North Shore Jewish (enter.
Rabbi Sternstein. it national
chairman of the Commission on
Education and Program and of
the Speakers Bureau of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, and
is a member of the ZOA national
executive committee.
He has recently been appointed
chairman of the newly created com
mission on Fundamental Problems.
i i American Zionism. He i a vice
president of the Mental Health
Assn oi Montgomery County, O.. a
member of the Executive Council of
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
ica and a member of the Rabbinic
Cabinet Jewish Theological Semin-
ary.
He is a spiritual leader of one
of the Central States' leading
Conservative Synagogues.
n
Friday, ft
feT!
Hotel Owner Owns Respect
Bundle of Joy: Eddie Fisher courts Debbie Reynolds once again,
this time in reel instead of real life, in a Technicolor comedy
now showing at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. Plot
concerns a foundling baby that Debbie finds, and the trouble
she has convincing Eddie and his father, a department store
manager who wants to be a grandfather, that the baby isn't
hers. Film also stars Adolph Menjou and Tommy Noonan.
Free Salk Shots Available at Sinai
National
Of His Community
A man who took charge of the
Hun .in of Standards during World
War I is today one of Miami Beach's
successful hotel owners. He is Har-
ry Koretzky, who is identified with
the oceanfront National hotel by
thousands of tourists annually.
Koretzky founded the Bright Star
Flashlight & Battery Co. in Jersey
City, N.J.. back in 1910. When war
broke nut. the government called
on Koretzky to take over the Bu-
reau of Standards, sending him to
Russia. England. France and Italy
to report on electrical advances
there.
The health of his wife forced
Koretiky to retire front Bright
Star in 1932, whan ha moved to
Miami Beach. In 1935, when Flor-
ida wet a dream in the minds of
American millionaires and when
the Pancoast was among the few
deluxe hotels on the oceanfront,
Koretiky foresaw the area's fu-
ture and built the then incred-
ible Grand Plaxa.
Five years later, the National j
and Go*
m
**nr torn
Rabbi Sternstein has a BA decree
from Brooklyn College. LL B from
St. John's University School of
Law. Master of Hebrew Letters
from the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary. He was formerly national
president of Masada Young Zion-
ists ol America, member of the
itive National Zionists Youth
( mission and assistant executive
tor nf the American Zionist
Council.
hotel at 1677 Collins ave. roselrm,.11pl ..
under his aegis, subsequently to be S^mbeT"? Z "'
Free polio shots for medically in- obtainable in Miami Beach at Mt. ,urnp.(l **? the government as I for the AgedVnaini
digent patients of .,ll ace- are n,.w sma. Hospital The hospital has administration building during lc(ive MaMip and JJ
------------ been giving federal!) financed Salk Morld "ar tt the Hebrew Acaderar
laandi .. -LitJ----- Tnrroncinolv tho ruiiMinn rvA* ''
Dr. White to Kick Off
Heart Fund Drive Here
Dr. Paul Dudley White, world
Breakfast Due Sunday
Men r., w |j
\ uif Pa pie's 11 ague I Beth
David will meet Sunday morning,
11 a.m.. at the home of Miss I;
I Shavell for breakfast. Young
adult.- between thi
SO are invited to join th.

ernors.
He has
Academy.
During World War I
ernment cited Koran*,!,
triotk service in beMi
American Field SarvkeJ
can Red Cro, SalvatieaL
U. $. Food Adminittrjtinj
Liberty Loan Committal
Young Men's Christian j
-hot- to children. Increasingly, the building of pri-
Now, ai I result of an agreement va, dwpllinRs *>* up KoreUky's
between the Dade County Health "sPare" ""''. but he also has made
r,____,__, _j .t r j certain to maintain an active in-
Department and the Dade county ,_, ; ,..___, .
ren.mned cardiologist, will he pnn- K ,,,, ., ... ,. ,prrst ln humanitarian endeavor,
al a testimonial din- '"?? 'tbe NittoMl >"un,la""n Among other things, he has been
ner in hi- honor Saturday in the Infantile Paralx -i-. sme of the co-chairman of the hotel division,
, rraci hotel Salk vaccine turned over to the f the Combined Jewish Appeal and j
The dinner, to be held m the county by the polio foundation is is on Fcdera,lon*s board of gov-|
room will signal being allocated to ML Sinai Hoe-
the i 1 the Heart Fund ,
Assn, ot Greater Miami's annual
drive during the month of Feb- ,n ,nc "al,0"t aliases" war
ruarj -t polio, adults who are medi-
Doctor White, whose name l.e- call* Indigent, a- well as children
word during w.ll be able to obtain free Salk evening at Kneseth Israel Congr^ .graduate of the Uafr
Presiden Mm. .lines, last -h,,,. at |f< s,n:,i. The inoculations gation. Cue-, speaker will be Dr.'.mi school of business..
H speak on Heart Diaaw. will be given Thursday and Fn- Jacob Ustchtask* J. Z. Stadlan a graduate of Cc
days. 1 to 5 pm
been on the Temple
Or. lestchinsky Speaks
Hi-tadrut Ivrit will meet Sunday
The National hotel, ml
recent years, i- now underl
time management of Ron
last year spent some
gigantic improvement!
day. he is assisted by nl
Cornell Ua1
will preside.
hotel school.
There is one PRICELESS gift...thc gift of PEACE
Mount Nebo Miami's exclusively Jewish Cemetery U
dedicated to those who desire the peace of mind and security
of knowing that their loved-ones will be cared ior la any
eventuality that their families- will always rest in peace
together ... and that their private family burial plots'will
have perpetual care. Surely your family deserves this security.
Mount Nebo is independently-owned by prominent pioneer
members of Miami's Jewish community. They take pride in
maintaining Mount Nebo as an everlasting tribute to those who
have passed on; and in honoring one's family name through
lovely memorial monuments and lasting beauty of surround-
ings.
Send today for all information on beautiful Mount Nebo, for
the time to plan for your famUy is now, before the actual need
arises. In addition, we cordially invite you to visit Mount Nebo
- lo personally survey it, lovely landscaped setting.
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*H THIS COUPON TODAY
W COMPHTf DtTAItS
Ml""i. Florida,
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