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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
31 Number 1
Miami, Florida. Friday, January 4, 1957
Price 20*
MSIDtNT ffSfNMOWM
. defense sreeefol
Dag Told of Ike Plan for U.S. to Guard
Middle East from Communist Attack
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Commando Raids Rise
As Dulles, Meir Meet

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&
SHUT Air DUlllS
in tfiplMMtk !*
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
flaw to Naw York over the weekend to meet with United Nations
Secretary-General Dag Hemmenkjold en a new plan under which
President Eisenhower will ask Congress for authority to use poli-
tical, economic end, if necessary, military force to oppose any Soviet
aggression in the Middle Cast.
The plan was presented by President Eisenhower and Mr.
Dulles to Congressional leaders en Tuesday, with a view to securing
from both Houses of Congress a joint declaration emphasiiing
determination on the per* of the United States to oppose any armed
aggression by the Soviet Union against the Middle East, and to
~" + grant increased economic aid to
Middle East countries. American
diplomats in Britain and France
were instructed to inform the
governments of these two coun-
tries of what was to be proposed
to the Congressional leaders
Tuesday.
The State Department Wednes-
day stressed the fact that the
planned request by President
Eisenhower for Congressional
authority to use United States
armed forces as he deems neces-
sary to maintain peace in the
Middle East is aimed primarily
at preventing Soviet penetra-
tion in the area, and not at set-
tling Arab-Israel disputes.
Officials of the State Depart-
ment made it clear that the
France OK's
Sale of Jets
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
could purchase French Mystere-4-B
jet planes, which are superior to
the Mystere-4 fighters this country
bought from France recently, it was
stated here Wednesday by Pierre
Montel. chairman of the French
National Assembly's defense com-
mittee Wednesday.
M. Montel made his statement
here just before departing for home
after a five-day visit. He said all
Continued on Page 3A
Continued on Page 3 A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The resumption of Egyptian-commanded
fedayeen operations against Israel were among topics expected on the
agenda when Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir met here with Scretary
of State John Foster Dulles this week.
(From Tel Aviv it was reported*--------------------------------------------.
Wednesday that fedayeen com!c-vc uvt mrtkir
mandos struck at the settlements jflij tit 5 AGENT
of Ein Vered and Ein Sarid, in i"
the Sharon Plain near the Jor-
dan border, dynamiting a house
at Ein Vered. Israeli guards in-
tercepted the commandos and ex-
changed fire with them, repuls-
ing the attackers after throwing i
some hand grenades at them.
While retiring, the fedayeen evi-
dently managed to place a time I WASHINGTON (JTA) The Sec-
bomb under a house at Ein rotary of President Eisenhower's
Vered: the bomb exploded caus-, Inaugural Committee Wednesday
GOP Dignitary
Has Arab Tie
ing no casualties.)
Mrs. Meir also inquired into the
question of possible resumption of
the now dormant U.S. economic
Continued on Page 3 A
.
:ret kept by sea/hah m 42-day journey
rael in Naval Base at Akaba-Sinai End Achieved
F.RUSALEM (JTA) Israel
now officially established a
il l.iiM- at its Gulf of Akaba
ol Elath. The frigate Miznak,
Inch arrived last weekend at
Ith. has enough gunpower to
L-hoot any possible gun posi-
ns that Egypt might try to re-
abhsh at the southernmost tip
the Sinai Peninsula overlook-
the waterway from the Red
to Elath.
The arrival of the Miznak,
rh made a 42-day journey to
^th from Haifa, by way of the
of Good Hope, is being
M by the Israeli press as a
jor factor complementing the
lai campaign. The press con-
pis is that opening of the new
base, giving Israel a two-
sea Navy with Haifa on the
Mediterranean, and Elath in the
South is an achievement of
greater importance then any pos-
sible accomplishment on the dip-
lomatic front.
SUtioned at Elath. the Mirnak's
guns command the site of former
Egyptian batteries at Sharm el
Sheikh, which kept Israel ship-
ping from using the Gulf of
Akaba. Now, should the Egyp-
tians try to rebuild the Sharm el
Sheikh batteries, after Israel has
completed troop, withdrawals, the
Miznak's gunpower could still
keep the gulf open, most of the
newspapers here point out.
"There will be no retreat from
Elath," the Orthodox newspaper
Hatzofeh declares. "The enemy's
attempt to erect new barriers
against Elath shipping would im-
mediately meet Israel naval pow-
er. The area, which has been held
dear since the days when King
Solomon's mines were located
there, will remain a base for
trade and communication with
Asia and Africa." The Davar, lead-
ing pro-government Iaborite news-
paper, states: "The way is now
opened, not only to Israel but to
all peoples, linking the continents
in the same way as the Suez
Canal."
Further details about the Miz-
nak's trip from Haifa were re-
vealed Wednesday. The frigate
left Haifa Nov. 6, immediately
Continued on Page 2A
admitted he is a registered Arab
agent, but sought to minimize the
role he takes as advisor to the
Arabs.
He is Douglas Whitlock. a lead-
ing Washington attorney, whose
appointment to the 1957 inaugural
body was recently announced. Mr.
Whitloek's firm is registered with
the Justice Department as advisors
to the Arab Information Center.
The Center disseminates propa-
ganda for the Arab cause in the
United States.
According to Mr. Whitlock. his
employment is "strictly advisory."
He said he "in no wise" deals with
any disputes between the Arabs
and "the Zionists or other Israeli
organizations." His service, he said,
was confined to guidance to the
Arabs on legal, administrative, and
economic matters.
5. Africa Jews Hit Anti-Gov'l Charge
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) A charge by Rabbi Andre Ungar, of the Port Elizabeth Reform Congrega-
tion that the government's order that he leave the Union of South Africa had been intended to intimi-
date Jewish citizens, was repudiated Wednesday by the Eastern Province Committee of the South African
Jewish Board of Deputies. f ...... ^ ,
Dr. Ungar, an American citizen, had been ordered by Interior Minister Donges to leave the country.
after he had criticized the government's policy on segregation of colored people. He then alleged that the
_____________----- + order was intended to intimidate
000 Hungarians Make Israel Home
\d Envoy Due Back to Press
For 1947 Palestine Partition
'ETU SALEM (JTA) The Israel Foreign Ministry confirmed
nrtday reports that tne Soviet Union is sending back its Ambas-
f. Alexander Abramov. who was recalled from Israel daring the
of the Sinai-Suez crisis to underscore the Kremlin's dissatisfac-
ith Israel's part in that series of actions. Mr. Abramov was ex-
nprc during the firtt week in January.
finical observers believe that Abramov's return will be the
r of a new Middle East "peace offensive" to be undertaken by
nviet Union. The "peace offensive" is likely to be launched in the
a *Uon* General Assembly, and is expected to be based on the
Nations' 1947 resolution which had called for partition of
t>ne under that scheme. Israel would be truncated, much of its
fnt territory being allotted to the Arab states.
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Jew-
ish Agency Wednesday denied
press reports that only Ot of
14,000 Jewish lefugese who fled
from Hungary to Austria in the
last two months are willing to
settle in Israel.
"mere than 1JN0 Hungerian
Jews has a elieeeV oj i If ed 4n
Israel, end the Jewish Agency
la aeaammg new e eherter shins
far the transfer of en addition-
al 1,000 refugees who hove el-
reedy been engraved In Vienne
for emigration to Israel."
Shleme Zelmen Shragei, heed
of Mm Agency's immigration
depei I moot, stated. He express-
ed the belief thet half of all the
Hungarian Jewish refugees in
Vienna will proceed te Israel.
The Jewish Agency alee re-
ceived reports that more than
2,000 Jews have left Egypt
since the start of the latest
anti-Jewish persecutions there.
The reports shew that a large
majority of the Jewish refu-
gees from Egypt will migrate te
lereel. Of lot Jews wtto er-
rived In Athene trem Egypt
last week, almost all will go en
te this country. Other refugees
have gene, by themselves or in
groups, to Italy, Prance, Eng-
land, and other points m
Europe. But most of these steps
ere net regarded as ultimate
destinations but only as stop-
overs te straighten out personal
or family business before pro-
ceeding to Israel.
Jewish citizens and keep them from
voicing criticism of the govern-
ment.
A statement issued by the com-
mittee declared that the Jewish
community in South Africa, in
common with other sections of the
population, includes individuals of
all shades of opinion. Some Jews
have sharply criticized the govern-
ment, the statement declared, while
government spokesmen have exer-
cised their right of reply.
"Such reactions," the committee
stated, "were never construed as
intimidation directed against (he
Jewish community." Rabbi Ungar s
case, the committee statement con-
tinued, is no exception. "Dr. Un-
gar," declared the committee,
"spoke entirely as an individual,
neither for his congregation nor for
South African Jewry as a whole.
Despite his suggestion, the with-
drawal of his residence permit is
not regarded by the Jewish com-
munity as government intimida-
tion."
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Wolf son Begins
Spinoza Lectures
"Spinoxa's Conception of God"
will be the topic of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson's opening lecture for 1S57,
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
11th st. and Ocean ct.. Sunday eve
ninf.
This will be the first in a series
of ten lectures on "The Life and
Philosophy of Baruch Spinoza" on
ten consecutive Sunday evenings
Dr. Wolfaon also plans a course
of ten lectures on "The Heaven*
and the Earth" to he green Thurs-
day evenings in memory of the late
Charles H. Lee. lecturer in astron-
omy at the Spinoza Forum for over
15 years.
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Ralph Kirsch. senior warden; Soli Friedman will be in brae I until
Halpert, junior warden: Dm L {cw (jaVs pnr t0 Miami's in-
Pollman. treasurer: Richard Le*n : ^^ ||f wi[, b {hc
secretary; Charles Gmpper. senior *
deacon." Hamy A Cohen, junior j latent o, witness report of the,
deacon; Merle Sidle, senior stew j emergency rescue project launched i
ard; Kenneth Thom-on. junior ]n reC(Pt wreki. to aid the thous-j
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jdoy. January 4. 1957
Page 3A
gyptian Commando Raids on Rise
west adrisor to B'nai B'rith
ath Organixation is Dr.
jnard Front*, of Miami
jch. Dr. Frantz will advise
rk Rosen AZA. He is a
aduatp of Temple., Univer-
denfar school. B'nai B'rith
ith Organisation in Miami
isisis of 24 teen-age chap-
with membership of 800
people.
ance Will Sell
rts to Israel
'Anytime'
Continued faom Ptg 1 A
needs do to get the Mystere
>lanes is to ask for them.
French legislator expressed
flf as satisfied with Israel's
pciation of the help she re-
td from France earlier in the
of jet planes and tanks. He
ed Israel to use the "bargahv
|power" it acquired through
recent military operations in
fort to obtain satisfactory guar
t* against further border raids
frab elements, and against re-
P'""' of the Arab blockade
frst Israel;
.Montt'l, who expects to go to
Jnited states, said he will ex-
the situation here to Ameri-
go that they might under-
Israel's position more dear-
ie expressed the hope that
ricans as a whole, and especial-
pesident Eisenhower, might
"reach a more realistic un-
landing of Israel's fears."
kmen's Circlt foto
nch 692 and the Women's
of Workmen's Circle cele-
N-w Year's eve with a din-
Same at their Lyceum. 25
ington ave., Dec. 3k.
Continued from Page 1 A
aid program in Israel. State De-
partment sources indicated a like-
lihood that Mr. Dulles stressed the
importance the United States at-
Dag Learns
Ike's Plans
On Mideast
Continued from Page 1 A
United States will leave the Arab-
Israel disputes and the Suez
Canal issue to the United Nations.
Israel would be affected under
the new plan only if it is di-
rectly attacked by Soviet forces,
they said.
Similarly, it is envisaged her*
that economic aid under the new
plan is, principally, conceived a*
a rneens of ousting Soviet eco-
nomic penetration from- the
Arab states. The United States
also wishes to begin supplying
arms to Egypt and other Arab
states in order to replece the
Soviet Union as tht armory for
Hie Arab states.
The United States, in this con-
nection, envisages extensive aid
to Jordan, to prevent that nation
from moving further toward the
Soviet orbit. But economic aid
for Israel seems questionable, ae
State Department sources indi-
cated that the resumption of the
currently suspended U.S. aid
program for Israel hinges on
Israel's compliance with steps the
U.S. feels should be taken for re-
gional peace.
It ie being pointed out by State
Department sources that Israel
is not considered es deserving of
special consideration at this junc-
ture, because Israel "aggression"
is spid to have,created the situa-
tion which the new plan is de-
signed to remeeJy.
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taches to the withdrawal of Israeli
forces from Egyptian territory.
Meanwhile, in Paris, the growing
tension along the Israel-Arab bor-
ders resulting from the renewed
raids by Arab commandos was
brought to the attention of French
Premier Guy Mollet by Israel Am-
bassador Jacob Tsur, who had a 45-
minute talk with the Premier.
The Israel envoy pointed out
that the United Nations was quick
in taking action with regard to the
first part of its Nov. 2 resolution,
calling for a cease-fire on the Israel-
Egyptian front, but did nothing
with regard to the second part of
the same resolution which called
for the cessation of Egyptian com-
mando raids and incursions into
Israel territory.
Ambassador Tsur conferred on
the same subject with French
Foreign Minister Christian Pineau.
who assured him that France will
support Lsrael in the complaint
against Arab commando activities.
Mr. Pineau was also reported to
have reaffirmed the French posi-
tion that France will strive, in nego-
tiations for a Suez Canal and gen-
eral Middle East settlement, to as-
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lay, January 4. 1957

Page 5 A.
THE GREEN LIGHT!
B

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NOW IS THI TIMI .
... to come to the aid of the aged, the sick, the
troubled, the youth in our community.
And now TODAY i the time to open our
hearts to the many Hungarian refugees seeking freedom
and a decent future in Miami.
Because your Combined Jewish Appeal serves you
and your neighbor through the more than 50 agencies it
supports because CJA contributes to your health and
happiness every day because it strengthens Jewish
life on all fronts locally, nationally, overseas, and in
Israel it deserves your top priority.
IN 1957 YOUR CJA MUST RAISE
NOW IS THE TIME .
... to help rescue Jewish refugees fleeing for their
lives along the thronged roads of Europe and the Middle
East.
In 1957 we must save the 100.000 desperate, home-
less Jews who are leaving oppressed lands and who seek
sanctuary in Israel
They look to us. We hold their lives in our hands.
We cannot we will not let them down.
We in Greater Miami-must raise our sights and
accept our historic responsibility. But we must act NOW
before time runs out I

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Jewish refugees are in your hands." Shown at planning!?
oi Combined Jewish Appeal Communities Divison an:
'Leo Heim. FlaglerGranada Jewish Center; CJA C
Campaign chairman Seymour Liebman; Astar;
Isaac Lorer. Monticello Park Jewish Center. Liebman b
plans to reach length and breadth ol Dade county in an(
dnve to raise life-eavings hinds lor CJA.
Liebman to Head Communities Group
-------------_ mi..Herman for the (ommumtu-s
Sovnv'ur R Liebman.
Mtorney and a leader
Di-
Miamfcchairman fr
<>" fc-.- General chairman John S#rtim
ppointed
Concert Includes Free Trip to Israel
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(| | rnncrrt vherltile.l D) Beth, ^_ w_ ^ h nf
Marrii Krevat. chairman of Beth
i board of education, said
he event are for the
Tin | ntor* Samuel Don- school Prises at the con-
,.], Nl. i,; Berele K-l cert will include a free round trip
emer, Miami Hebren School and to Israel________.
jacoh Congregation Bonds)! rve-
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responsible for orpnizhiii
lion in the outlying rotnaajf]
of Dade county.
Liebman u a mtaaa-i
board of governors of tat I
Miami Jewish Federatae-i
president of the
gion of the Zionist Orgaoogg
America.
He has made three trial
reel, has lectured aaiJ
| various ph.i of Z;nrtiaij[
published numerous arurltui
1 field. liebman has also'
tive in the Community
'. Bnth. and in the field ei j
education.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-El. receives check
for S100 from Jerry Cohen, treasurer of Temple Emanu-El
young adults. Money donated will be u.ced to spark new
Temple library project.
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i Jaycees, in conjunc-
jtstanding business,
gious leaders of this
i beginning a month-
\ot the man between
and 35 on whom they
I their Distinguished
for 1958 at a ban-
quet on Jan. 26, which will climax
National Jayce* Week here.
James D. Levenson, local insur-
ance agent, has been named to head
! the committee charged with the
responsibility of selecting the man
who best fits the qualifications nec-
essary to receive this honor. "Be-
I sides the age requirement, achieve-
' ment, leadership, and service to the
j community during the year will be
[the determining factors the judges
I must weigh in making their deci-
sion," Levenson said.
The identity of the judges, all
outstanding men and women in the.
fields of education, religion, gov
eminent, business and news media,
will remain a secret until the name
of the winner has been announced.
According to Levenson, "anyone
may nominate a man who they feel
meets the qualifications necessary
to win this award. Nominations will
close at 5 p.m., Friday, Jan. 11,
and all blanks should be sent direct
to Levenson, 1655 Drexel ave
#ff NAM mOOfa
ATLANTA J. Kirk Shinn, of
Miami, president of the SEC Man-
ufacturing Co., has" been elected to
the board of directors of the Na-
tional Assn. of Manufacturers.
Shinn's election lp the NAM board
was announced here by N. W. Kel-
ley of Roanoke, Va., southeastern
regional vice president of the as-
sociation, and, president and treas-
urer. Southern Varnish Corp.
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NCR AC Urges Revised
Rules on the Filibuster
. h.r of major Jewish roar.-set Lam l
# NEW YORK A n-"*J^ *J t. ^.Binf d.y .# Hs.
, .,.ment I* >*" JfiS procure, indent r-
new Canaras. o .*>P *,t0 cwrb lh. Msbu.t.r.
S.v.ral senators of boi P col,v.iwd Jan. 3.
.. to .his .ffcl when .he S.neU .^ ^
* > Smite who w
J* *. th. siateJH
were not members
that adopted u*
Wjs released
the Jewish
by the Na-
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in*, opportunity u <*,
rule* of the Mv *
have been ieettd. ,-1
I hey are expected to
accordance with the i
received from the
stale* in the la*
statement demandi.
Debate -urrouniinitWi
for adoption of Senatei
a*.... fArlflf faltPlK* '- -'! <"'mun,,y RHa^,^ri*|WlMrorno,the
New Series upens. ,, ^j^^. sa^t
Music is Subject j^^l^ta
laitial prouram in a tree series ,,n, I ni..n of Orthodoa Jew**
Sm Beach fhautauqua talks ,ir, r.^t.on. of America. tnilnd
Monday evening. -'" iKe-,n Synagogue uf America and 38 Jew
front aud.tormm. ,sh COianelU m cities throughout the
Tne ... ,- M k** *~ I mn-d JJJJ^ ^ m m
buster a* a perversion of the prin-
Freeds look on.
HI PRfSENTS A TORAH
Ceremony Fulfills 42-Year-Old Vow
A unique and dramatic ceremony wtl held a. the North Shore
Jewish Center during Sabbath morning HTVhMI las! week I ho cer
mouy consisted of the presentation of a Torah by Mr. and Mr>. Abraham
Freed
This gift marked the fulfillment of a promise made 42
by Mr. Freed. At that time, he was lying in the trenches facing the
Germans in 1914. Not certain if he would live or die. he made i vow
that if he would he saved, he would present a Torah to his synai
Freed presented the Torah to Rabbi Mayer Abramuwttz an.! ex
pressed his gratitude to God for having been kept alive and ha
enabled him to fulfill his promise.
The Torah will be used by the North Shore Jewish Center at all
Festival services.
mtinuing body iW
notes
It maintain* that,
thin ojnet-tion, no Si
by the acuons f pf
tnce M. u given ike
CoMtiuiUoa "to
rules of its own
The Senate should
aiaJht, the NCRAC
scrts, and "resist sad
claim that it is bound /
il hand of the past to
that per.it the foil, ef
bat. without tiaa. am
*" Aimoa one-half ol the members ten of pressing national
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Department
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Heinz Continues to Expand Variety of
Kosher Products Under Orthodox Union
NEW YORK The extensive list report issued Jointly by the H. J
of Kosher foods made by th" H. J. Heinz CompaBf and the Orthfl
Heinz Company under supervision Union.
ot ihe Union dI Orth los Je* ih \ ...j 0j a] n,.;I;/ K,,.h(.r .
Congregations i American has ,imi> /ailable to the
lion of Jewish consumer, ao
seven new producU duting Ihe past report They include soui
six month-. ba| | re,lsn
The continu es and sauces and pickles.
h : Kosher products ol the The products
firm, one of th" first to accept the include four babj foods junior
Orthodox Kosher Certifi- ^, |
cation Service more than |ed orange pudding, strain.
- ago. v.a- noted in a year-end peas m6 rtined ,,,,., ,|nd
three pickle products: K
Beach Prinrinal liall> dllK-,,,,luh A*h diH P**ies
D^uv.n rnnt^ipai ,Ild (.unijl,.,, 1>1(.kll, Knnk, (,
To Be Spec kef The 31>'earol .certification program orovule. on
M.am, Beach High School prin- ,h,sl,ot tJiry JSXTLZ
cipal Irvin Katz will be gues, operHaog with the Klbi,
vSehr^lfMem?le EmanuKI Council'" *-*> J2
>outh breakfast Sunday morning. of ,he lOJUA. More than 170 man-
According to Rabbi Irving Lehr- ufacturers are currentlv producing
man. spiritual leader, -these youth, more than 600 Kosher products un
breakfast services hate been in der I OJCA supervision
existence at the Temple for the
past 14 years, and they have been
a source of continuing guidance to
our young people "
Teen Council president Charles
Philips will introduce the guest
speaker. Highlight of the program
will include a song session led by
Shayna Rostoatftueh. The break-
fast will be preceded by a short
service, with Rahbi I,ehrman and
Cantor-Israel Reich ofiiciating.
According to Rabbi Lehman
newest feature of the breakfast
series is a bowling team meeting
alter each session under the chair-
manship of Joel Channing.
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4. 1951
' kwi%i} nnrkMon
Page 11 A
,gers in a New
\d, They Now Need
}lace Called 'Home'
th-'ir (.ice- You see
III I Wl'.ll I
fcd a vaue kind of
future. They arc
ivini: the count-
of Hungarian refu-
ting new lives anJ
a?o, perhaps wfr
sir consciousness,
the raging battle
St oooression. To-
in Miami hop-
je uyenes family, a
wife and their tw
th G< roffj fam-
dau^htc" and an
ier There is Martha
yo children and
. Thrc If no in-
this time. In the t
the Communists
.' fliqht tn freedom
they were scparat-
5atidor VersesQd and
And tlvir famil-
u'" Jewish ref'i-
icary say little.
irip.N their souls, and
III afraid to speak,
come from, one was
not spoken to with one's best in
teresls at heart. One was inter
rogated. One mu*f vet used *
!h(se new ways of free peoples
their qavfltkkM. "Our famil-
ies." they think, "we do not yet
know," Wr.sc.;> i and Kunk reply
And there are ethers .
All in all, Mime 25 of these
rseeole r being housed tem-
porarily today at the Tamiami
hotot. The last of them nmt
Sunday night from New York-
City. What they need most of
a11, according to volunt
workers from the Council of
Jewish Women here, is a feeling
of security integration into
the Greater Miami community,
a permanent plaee in which to
live, employment.
Mrs. Donald Rubin, chairman
of NCJW's New American pro-,
gram here, and Mrs. Elry Stone,
service to foreign born chairman,
emphasize that "hand-outs a
petty outpouring of gratuity at
the holiday season are not the
answer."
And so before they bring th-se
refugees into their naturaliza-
tion program, which aids new
Americans prepare for future cit-
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quarters is a difficult one. At height of winter
are at a premium. Mrs. Donald Rubin, New
lairman for National Council of Jewish Women
numi. inspects.possible home with refugees Mr.
>or Gyorgy.
"Only weeks ago, perhaps moments in their
consciousness, they were in the raainq battle
against Soviet oppression. Today, they are in
Miami hopina." Left to right are Sandor
Gnagy, 18; Sandor Funk, adult; Mrs. Martha
Roswx. Children are Laslo, 4, and Dawn, 5.
izenship. Council volunteers warn
lhat other essentials have priority.
Principally, these essentials come
down to one thing living quar-
ters.
These refugees are arriving
in Miami at the height of the
winter season, when rents are
at a premium. But persecutees,
victim* of oppression, do not
choose The time to be victim-
ized. Miami Jewry has moved
to accept their share of the vast
Hungarian refugee relief pro-
gram across the nation.
And here are these men-, women
and children at the Tamiami
hotel, not only waiting for em-
ployment, hut for a new home.
I.ouis Glasser, hotel proprieter, is
offering the Tamiami's facilities
at a pittance of their rental value
today. But others must come'for-
ward to meet the need.
One or tworbedroom apartment
owners, garage apartment own-
ers, people who have guest houses
and cottages these are the es-
sentials of assistance at this mo-
ment. The frightened, the new,
th*1 timid, the hopeful Jewish
refugees from Hungary they
must not be turned away.
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MIAMI HEBREW BOOK STORE
(Formerly ot 751 Washington Avsnoe)
NOW AT
1585 Washington Ave.Ph. JE 8-3840
Religious Articles, Imported Gifts from Israel
Rabbi Joseph Goldwurm
I
^r nn"m
Resources
Over
100.000,000.00
ral
Savings and Loan Association
LAROMT and OLOIST IN MIAMI BJSACM
1811 Washington Ave.
Mngton Ave 71st and Haromg Ave
260 Sunny isles Blvd.
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Dublin Installation
Due on Friday
Louis Dublin will be installed
president of Kneseth fsrael during
Friday evening services of the con-
gregation.
O.her officers to be installed in-
clude Henry Morris and Wolf Sirot.
honorary life presidents; Max Lipp-
man, first vice president: Joe Bad-
er. second vice president; Benjamin
Weissman. third vice president;
Milton Kahn, treasurer.
Samuel Weiner. financial secre-
tary; Samuel Goldberg, recording
secretary; Morris Levy, publicity:
I. B. Eisenstein and A. Selevan, life
gabaim.
Trustees are Max Beer, Louis
Bradburd. I. B. Eisenstein, Ely
Cechman, Samuel Greenberg, Ed-
wnrd Horowitz. Rev. Jacob KaU,
Sam Katz, Harry Knobler, Harry
Kregstein. Samuel Lerner, Lewis
Levin. Morris Levy.
Harry Marlowe, Joseph Nadler,
Louis Pfansky, Morns Power, Isi-
dore Ruppert, Jacob Sachs, Hy
Samson. Jacob Siegel, George Sim-
on, Solomon Steiner, Nathan Su-
gar, Harry Weiss and Benjamin
Yager.
ABESS. MORGAN and AIJEMUS
announce! a ckoaoe in firm name fa
MORGAN, ALTEMUS and BARRS
Certified Public Accountants
one* the removal of offices te the
INDUSTRIAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
25 West Flagier Street
Miami, Florida
3
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Arthf Held Over
Jack Carllidge. SsressU artist
now exhJbitiWI his work at the
[ Washington Federal Savings aid
le branch,
will be hold over there th.
J.-.n. P Noted to* bh sculpture as
.inline. Carttidge
I prize winner for original
Jewelry design in the Miami Beaeh
Art Center Craft Show.
1957
"Everyman's Income Tax"
For Income Tax Returns
To Be Filed in 1957
Pick Up Your Copy or Send
5c in Stamps or Cash to:
FIDELITY TITLE CO.
Tom Blake. President
305 Longford Bldg. Miami, Fla.

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Frank Mueller, Jr., D.V.M.
Is Proud To Announce
The Opening Of
Mueller's Animal Hospital
4143 E. 8th Ave.. Hialoah
Le Jeuno Rd. & 95th, Miami
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MIS. ME1VIN
\\ si niT-Kahn
KOVEN
ms. imiN kurtzack
Her Parents Give
Miss Matlin Away
Elinor Ann Matlin became Mr-
Marvin E. Mastroff in 6:30 p.m.
rites Sunday. Dec. 30. in the Ru-
+Je#isHhrl(lkui
Tulle, Rose Point
For Miss Gelder
Miss Marcia Joan Gelder and
Melvin Richard Koven were mar-
ried on Dec. 30 in I Mj
ritea at the Algiers hotel. Rabbi
Morris Skop officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Harris II. Gelder. 1725
S\V Kith ter.. Miami. The grooms
parents are Mr and Mr* JOtpH
Koven, of Phoenix. Ariz.
The bride was gowned in a floor-
length (Ires- Of tulle and rOM point
lace over white satin, with sweet-
heart neckline and chapel sweep
train. Her veil of French illusion
was caught to a headpiece of pearls
and sequins. She carried a bouquet
f three white orchids and baby's
breath.
The bride was assisted by MISS
Gail Ackerman. maid of honor, and
Mrs Gladys Reichenbach. matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were Gail
Richmond and Janet Pinellor. Alan
Yesner was ringbearer, and Judy
Ye-ner flowergirl.
The groom had as his best man
James Koven. Ushers were Jack
Reichenbach. Harvey Kaplan and
'' David Weinstein. I
The bride and groom are both
students at the University of
I ami. The bride is a member of
Sigma Lambda Phi. Eastern Star
and Future Teachers of America.
The groom belongs to Engineering
Friday. January 4. 19S7 j I
MElVrN KESSlf*
Miss Levin Weds
mT- Melvyn Kessler
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony Saturday. Dec. 22. at the
The groom belon I fWJ^iL*? J^nd \
baiyat room of the Algiers hotel. Honor Society. AEPi fraternity and fin daughter of M an I Mrs.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg official- Instltut0 ()t Radio Engineers
ed. | A reception and dinner followed
The bride is tiie daughter of the ceremony in the Ruhaiyat room
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Matlin. 3116 of the Algiers After their honey-
S\V 5th St., Miami The groom's moon trip to Havana, the couple
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel will reside at 4275 SW 16th St.,
Mastroff, Philadelphia. Pa Miami.
Given in marriage by her par-
the
lace gown with
sleeves, inserts of lace in the tulle T^,, I^virt7Qrl/c
skirt over satin and a cathedral UI IV UI L.a^rV"5
train. The chantilly lace cap fea-; in a double ring candlelight core-
tured a fluted edge of nylon tulle mony on Sunday evening, Dec. 23.
with a drop pearl in the center of ;it Temple Israel. Miss Pauline
the forehead and fintertip-length Marie Oppenheim. daughter of Mr
French illusion veiling. and Mrs. Charles Oppenheim. 1610
Matrons of honor were Mrs. Isa- Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach,
"pi25 Double Ring Rites
Harry
formerly of Chicago, became the
bride of Melvyn Kessler, son of
Mr and Mra. Herman Kessler, 880
47th st.. formerly of New York.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offi-
ciated. Decor of the wedding was
pink and white.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Dolly
R?toer, sister of the groom. Merl
J. Levin waa maid of honor for
her sister. Maria and Adrian Sigel
of Chicago, nieces of the bride",
were junior bridesmaids.
Richard Scott Sigel, nephew of
the bride, and David Reiner nephew
of the groom, were ringbearers.
Mark Ostreicher, nephew of the
bride, was junior usher. Phil Avins
acted as best man,.
Newly wed Mrs. Kessler selected
a flow-length gown of white Italian
dupioni silk reembroidered with
alencon lace, fitted bodice, sabrina
neck, long sleeves-to-wrist point
and princess waist with inserts of
lace forming a front panel. Her
three-tiered French illusion finger-
tip veil fell from a crown of pearl
orange blossoms and matching lace.
She carried a cascade of white
orchids, white roses, stephanoUs
and Iily-of-the-valley.
For something borrowed, she
used the gold wedding band belong-
ing to her mother.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Illinois and received her
Ardmor degree at the University of Miami.
She majored in art education and
was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma I
social sorority. The groom attends
the University of Miami.
Reception and dinner followed at
the Algiers hotel. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Ostreicher and Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Sigel, of Chicago, sis-
ters of the bride and their hus-
bands, flew in for the wedding.
The couple are motoring to New
Orleans for their honeymoon. Upon
their return, they will reside at
2722 SW 37th ave., Coral Gables.
SS^
^OGVJST BKOS RVf
MRS. MARVIN MASTROff
Sisterhood Will
Install Officers
Mrs. Frances Ullian will be in-
stalled president of Kneseth Israel
Sisterhood during Friday evening
Services of the congregation.
Other officer- to assume their
post* include the Mesdames Ida
Finestone, honorary vice president;
Clara Weinstock, Charlotte Seling-
er, Louis Dublin and Toby Jaffe,
vice presidents; P. Gratz. I. Rup-
pert and \V. Sirot. chairmen of af-
iairs.
The Mesdames I. B. Eisenstein,
treasurer; Lena Popkin. financial
secretary; Esther Katz. recording
secretary; and P. Basil, correspond-
ing secretary.
dore Schwartz, sister of the groom
from Philadelphia, and Mrs. Don-
' aid Matlin. the bride- -i-ter in-law.
Bridesmaids were Cecile and Mar-
cia Holly. Harriet Schwartz, niece
of the groom, was flower girl.
Best man for his brother was
Donald Matlin, and ushers included
Isadore Schwartz, brother-in-law of
the groom. Edward J. Suss, cousin
of the bride, and Charles H.
Baron, the groom's cousin.
Dinner for the 115 guests pro-
arseilles
HOTEL
Air Conditioned
| TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
became the bride of Dr. Irwin Jo-
seph Kurtzack. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris A. Kurtzack, Bronx, N.Y.
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated.
Ushers were Dr. Morton Terry.
Dr. Al Feldman and Mr. Alan Davis.
Best man was Paul Cohen. Matron
of honor was Mrs. Paul Cohen, sis-
ter of the groom.
The bride selected a floor-length
gown of alencon lace, fitted bodice
and V-neckline. Her three-tiered
I bouffant skirt of alencon lace and
ent followed the ceremony in the nylon tulle had a peplum effect of
Ruhaiyat room. Out-of-town guests ilacc Her French illusion veil fell
i-..i..*i_j ___j i_ i i tr (from a crown of iridescent sequins
included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jaffe.1 __ ,____. M. ..
__.,_., and pearls She carried two white
Mrs. Frieda Rothwax. Mrs. Belle orchids, stcphanotis and lily-of-the-
Shnapier, Mrs. Martha Cohen and i valley on her confirmation Bible
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Silverman. Her only piece of jewelry was a
New York City; Sam Baron. Joe strand of DCar,s-
Rutberg, Miss Sybil Baron. Mr. and hcfd K?8!eJi"E m2 7"
., beld at the Algiers hotel Saturday
Mrs. Isadore Schwartz and Dr. and night for all out-of-town relatives.
Mrs. Gilbert Bardfeld, Philadelphia; | The bride, a graduate of Miami
and Miss Sandra Meyers, Mass. Beacn High School, attended the
University of Alabama, where she
was president of Sigma Delta Tau
sorojity. She received her BS de-
gree at Boston University
Dr. Kurtzack received his AB de-
gree from New York University.
Masters at the University of Iowa
and was graduated from De
Moines Still College df Osteopathy
and Surgery. He interned at Art
Center Hospital. Detroit, and is now
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Greater Miami presents
MetropolitanOperaAssn.
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Strictly Kosher
Rabbinical Supervision
FULl 10 COURSE DINNER
Xr, Extra Charge for Steaks, Chops
and Roaiita
Also Traditional Friday Night Dinnr
with Complimentary Wine & Seltzer
ON THE OCEAN
1741 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
MAIN TICKET OFFICE
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Opening Night, Monday,
Jan. 14; 2nd Performance,
Saturday, Jan. 19
Dade County Auditorium
Ticket*...
Opening Night Ii0.$7.00
2nd Performance 32.50.S7.00
Write The Opera Guild of
Greater Miami,
22 E. Flagler St. Miami
-or phone Miami FR 9-1332
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16th, MIAMI BEACH AUD.
2729 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
NOW SERVING DAILY
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The Finest Italian Cucina
6970 Collins Ave. itjj c 151.7
Reuven Dafni, Consul of Israel
in New York and director of the
Israel Office of Information, wai
to arrive in Miami Thursday |
I drew major Combined Jewish An
peal campaign meetings.
He was to speak on the current
Israel Immigration crisis Thursda\
'^nin at tin .,,,.,-. ,,inner
sponsored by Samuel Friedland
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
2901 W. FLACLER ST. MIAMI HI 8-9173
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Page 9B
Rabbi Will Toko Hrt
In Gov. Collins Inaugural
Rabbi lrvin Latirman, spirit-
ual leader of Tampla Emanu-SI,
WM Wednesday Invited to par-
ticipate in tho formal coromenioi
of inauguration of Gov. LoRoy
Collins at Tallahaieea on Jan. 8.
Rabbi Lehrman i* tha only mom-
btr of the clergy of this araa to
have received n invitation.
Nation's Greyhound
| Shov/place Opens
Greyhounds will race at Biscayne
,! Club this season in a set-
[ -i.irt and sumptuous as any
that a racing fan could find any-
i
Owners of the North Dade dog
track have spent more than $2,500,-
DOO for improvements, main item
pi which is a now grandstand.
[ Three stories high, the steel and
koncrete urand-tand contains more
llian H'i8.(i00 square feet of floor
I \ concrete ramp extending
I, (he track has 30,000 more square
I
President James C. Knight of the
kennel club estimates that the
bandstand and ramp will accomo-
i crowd "f 20,000 without con-
mim mourns sko?
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gestion. There are comfortable
seats for more than 5,000 including
the boxe-
One of the most important im-
provements made was to more than
double the number of selling and
c-ashior windows. The old grand-
stand had 03 windows, the new one
has 194, an increase of 101.
Wide steel stairways at each end
of the grandstand will be used as
exits at the end of each night's
racing program. The owners esti-
mate that with these stairways sup-
plementing the ramps, escalators
Rabbi Skop Heads
Rabbinical Group
Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of Temple
Judea, Coral Gables, was elected
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn. at a meeting Wed-
nesday. Dr. Joseph Narot. of Tem-
ple Israel, was elected -ocntary.
New officers will bo Installed
later at a formal meeting at the
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Leon A.
KnMtn, outgoing president, when
a complete set of the archives of
the association will be presented
by outgoing secretary Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky, Israelite (enter.
Some 23 temples and synagogues
are represented by the 30 rabbis
who are now members of the as-
sociation.
Rabbi Skop is a graduate of the
, Jewish Institute of Religion and is
a member of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis. He served
as president of the Assn. bf Flor-
ida Rabbis.
Rock Hudson and Lauren Bacall listen with shocked amaze-
ment as he is wrongfully accused of being a murderer in this
courtroom scene from "Written on the Wind," exciting Univer-
sal-International Technicolor drama in which Hudson and
Miss Bacall co-star with Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone.
Picture plays the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres through.
Ian. 9.
I and inside stairways, the new
grandstand can be emptied of a
maximum crowd in about five min-
utes.
The amount of free parking
space has been tripled. New lighted
and paved parking areas have
been created on a ten acre tract
directly north of the grandstand,
across 115th st., and on another ten
acres immediately to the west.
The general improvement pro-
gram also includes a new paddock
house and new, shadowless light-
ing for the track. Each floor and
the clubhouse have spacious, tile
trimmed wash rooms. "We've put
everything into this new plant that
we could find or think of to make
it more comfortable and convenient
for partons of Biscayne Kennel
Club." said Knight.
Biscayne Kennel Club inaugur-
ates its 1957 racing season Monday
night, Jan. 7. It is located on 115th
st. in Miami Shores between NE
2nd ave. and NW 7th ave.
denouncing the opening off our new building
SATURDAY, JANUARY Sib
SliiS TOl CVGryCIIC The party is oni us. Everyone is invited to join
us in celebrating the grand opening of Citizens new building. For this very special
occasion, we have some mighty fine gifts for everyone. There is a beautiful notebook
with nail file and comb set for each lady, and a handsome sturdy wallet for each
gentleman guest. For the children we have bright helium-gas filled balloons, junior
security officer badges and a choice of two coin savings banks ... PLUS we are
going to give away 25,000 good luck coinsthat witl be worth ONE REAL DOLLAR
when used to open a savings account at Citizens.
Then, as our piece de resistancewe have really outdone ourselves with some extra
special gifts for each person opening or adding to his or her savings account during
the entire month of January... So come on out, we'll be looking for you. Free soft-
drinks will be served all day.
, SAVINGS
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Beautifully landscaped in a tropical Florida atmosphere, our new
Citizen* home is one of the most modern and up-to-date financial
institutions in the nation, and presents an impressive appearance in
limestone and imported granite and Italian marbleshighlighted
by the addition of gold window frames and a tower with clocks on
three tides. The interior has been decorated in a modern decor
that includes a suspended cantilever staircase, spiraling
upward to the second floor leveleleven teller windows
for your prompt and efficient service and a 150 car parking
lot adjoining the building.
SPECIAL CURRENCY DISPLAY IN LOBBY
OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY! 9:30 am 5x00 pm
CTTIZIMS
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SAVINGS
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