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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
31
Number 7
Miami^Florida. Friday, February 15. 1957
Price 20*
bnctions Fear Pushes Israel Inflation
idle Cantor Birthday
\etting for Bond Push;
vman to be Speaker
former President Harry $. Truman will be principal speaker at
1957 inaugural conference for Stata of Israel Bonds, which will
[plice at tha Fentainablaau hotal this waakand. Climax af the
ay conference, marking tha official launching of th campaign
----------------------------------* to tall *75,000,000 in Israel Bonds
ive Work
ipensated
iNKKlRT (JTA) More
B.00O Jewish slave laborers,
erred from the Auschwitz con-
jtion camp to work in nearby
Farben plants during World
, were assured compensation
ek under terms of an agree-
Reached last week.
pact, signed by officials of
now in liquidation, and
hotatives of the Conference
lish Material Claims Against
ny. sets aside $6,430,000 for
ompens.ition payments.
lamentation of tha agree-
will depend on ratification
ckholders of I. G. Farben,
it in liquidation, and pas-
lot legislation by tha West
Parliament fixing a
line for registration of
gainst tha company.
Iholders are expected to ap-
tentinued on Pago 5 A
during 1957 for Israel's economic
security and upbuilding, will bo
a gala 65th birthday dinner on
Saturday evening in honor of the
beloved entertainer and human-
itarian, Eddie Cantor. Truman
will address the 1,800 man and
woman taking part in tha birth-
day dinner.
At the specific request of Ed-
die' Cantor, his birthday dinner
is being devoted to Israel's eco-
nomic development and tha
achievement of an emergency
national goal of $20,000,000 in
Israel Bond sales by the and of
February. Admission to tha Can-
tor dinner will be on the basis
of Israel Bond purchases of
$1,000 or more.
Spearheading the conference ef-
fort to achieve record Israel Bond
alee are Lawrence G. Laskey.
chairman of the conference cat>
inet; Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt,
honorary chairman; and Jack Ben-
ny, program committee chairman.
Key speakers at the conference,
in addition to Truman, include His
? '
Continued en Page IA
'Unconditional' Exodus
Threat Major Problem;
Ike Letter Gets Praise
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Israel Cabinet discussed here the situa-
tion that is developing in Washington and in the United Nations in the
face of Israel's firm stand not to withdraw its forces from the Gaza
and Akaba areas until Egypt pledges the free passage of Israelis ships
through the Gulf of Akaba and re-
IDDlt CAHT0K

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ipport Israel or Watch
m, HST Warns CJA
NAMr S. TffUMAN
Her Go
Leaders
y If 0 miMDUM
*he w*J W,p#d owt- And "" wW Vom bet"
addrU" KK'nd#d "*m) ef Combined Jewish Appeal leaders in the Seville hotel. Mr.
"* capacity gathering there following his arrival from Isiamorada, where he is staying
'ni. irunian. 4._____^___________________________,.-----_-_-_---_-_-_-_-..-_._-_-_-_-_-_____
rtved in Miami Beach about |
m., and met a gathering of
e*s at the island home of Col.
M. Arvcy. national Demo-
party leader from Chicago.
"> press conference, Mr.
fn old this reporter that
|o comes "too d_ late." In
9m agreeing with the
oltments of the Eisenhow-
m 'or the Near East, he
m brushed aside e ques-
ffom this reporter
tines in general.
nounces its claim to "rights of bel-
ligerence." The attempts to pres-
sure Israel into "unconditional
withdrawal" under threat of sanc-
tions was also considered at the
Cabinet meeting.
The fear of possible economic
sanctions imposed from abroad,
coupled with the plans of the Is-
rael Government to decrease non-
essential imoorts is now begin-
ning to build up an inflationary
tendency in the country. An in-
crease of some five percent was
registered Wednesday in the for-
eign currency and gold black-
market. Stocks on the Tel Aviv
exchange linked to dollars have
also risen, es has the cost of such
raw materials as cotton and tex-
tile yarns.
The opposition developing in
United States Congressional cir-
cles, as well as in the American
press, against imposing sanctions
on Israel is receiving close atten-
tion here and has provoked con-
siderable satisfaction. Anti-Ameri-
can resentment here was some-
what ameliorated by a report that
President Eisenhower had sent a
personal letter to President Nasser
of Egypt asking him to pledge no
aggression against Israel.
The Israel Assn. for the United
Nations cabled United Nations Sec-
retary General Dag Hammarskjold
asking him why he had not yet
inquired pf the Egyptian Govern-
ment whether it is willing to cease
hostile acts against Israel. The
cable stressed that the current sit-
uation presents a unique oppor-
tunity to end hostilities by both
sides in the Israel-Egyptian dis-
pute.
We Offer
Crutch for
Guarantees
WASHINGTON Israel
Ambassador Abba Eban has been
presented with a plan by Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles,
which would guarantee U.S. dec-
laration of support for Israel free
navigation of the Gulf of Aqeba
and for American backing of UN
action to secure Israel against
any future Egyptian attack from
the Gaza strip.
While Washington awaited Is-
rael's reply to this first U.S.-Ied
effort at compromise. United Na-
tions sources seemed to feel that
sanctions would be the only altern-
ative to the Jewish State's failure
to comply.
But a major consideration both
*re is no such thing at an
ower Doctrine'," he declar-
j,na Its not new. Nor was
[any Truman Doctrine. Amer-
f8" Pol'cy is a continuing
i "i* Presidents moves in the
|"st simply come too late
I, too late."
.*f,?bo"t a new Soviet pro-
Ion the Near East voiced Tues-
V Foreign Minister Dmitri
r m Moscow, the former
m ^P'^d that he couldn't
|Cntinuod on Pate 3 A
Shepilov Makes New Mideast Bid;
Proposal Challenges U.S. Doctrine
MOSCOW President Eisenhower's new doctrine for the Middle East received a diplomatic
challenge from the Soviet Union Tuesday. Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov told Russia's parlia-
ment that the Kremlin was submitting a proposal for Big Four cooperation in economic aid to the Mid-
dle East.
The proposal also calls for "hands off" on the part of all major powers from the troublesome spot
to far as military action is concerned. Shepilov said that the Kremlin has already handed notes to the
ambassadors of the United *---------------------------------------------------------------------------'------------------------------------
- BULLETIN -
WASHINGTON (JTA) U.S."
Air Force sources made known
Wednesday that President Eisen-
hower failed to got Saudi Ara-
bia to end its restriction against
the stationing of U.S. Air Force
personnel of Jewish faith at the
Dhahran Air Base. The United
States agreed not to station per-
sona at the base who would be
"objectionable" to King Saud.
bere and at the United Nations was
growing doubt that a move spear-
headed by the Afro-Asia bloc call-
ing for economic sanctions against
Israel could win sufficient support
among the other member nations.
For, increasingly, the justice of Is-
rael's demands is being recog-
nized.
. An initial reply to Mr. Dulles'
compromise plan was a query from
Israel Tuesday as to whether the
plan would grant her a U.S. guar-
antee from renewed attacks by the
Arab nations. Mr. Dulles replied
that it would definitely not.
States, Britain and France, re-
vealing the six broad points of
the Soviet proposal.
In addition to economic aid for
cooperative development of Near
Eastern countries "without mak-
ing any political, military or other
conditions whatsoever incompati-
ble with the dignity and sovereign-
ty of these countries." the propos-
al stresses a ban on all arms ship-
ments.
Shepilov indicated that the So-
Continued en Page IA
Sanctions Move is Rapped
WASHINGTON (JTA) Grow-
ing evidence that the Eisenhower
Administration would virtually
guarantee sanctions against Israel
by refusing to take a prompt
stand of opposition to any such
action in the United Nations
evoked sharp criticism this week
throughout the free world.
Some of the opposition to the
Eisenhower stand came from
Congressional representatives of
the President's own party, topped
by a blast from Sen. William F.
Knowland, the Republican Senate
leader.
Knowland pubKcly de-
nounced Secretary of State
Dulles' statement that the
United States would give "seri-
ous consideration" to applying
economic sanctions against Is-
rael if the UN voted for such
Continued on Page 2A
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Page 2 A
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Sanctions
For Israel
Hit Hard
Continued from Page 1A
punitive action.
The Senator used such tern
"immoral" and "insupportable"
to describe American readiness to
consider sanctions on Israel while
sia ignored I'N resolutions
with impunity.
A Republican faction in the
House opposed to the Eisenhower
Administration on the Israel is-
sue sw lied to 41 during the week
The Republican Congressman,
have notified Mr. Dulles the}
want the Administration to op-'
any further withdrawal of
Israeli troops i [ins
to negotiate dl put* i isu i'-
- 'id faith These Congressmen
bach Israel's ii I on n

as until then' is effective dis
Shepilov Makes Bid
For Near East Favor
Continued from Pa?t 1 A
- l! Ill" VYl
powers would do likewise ;>" mdon

- eluded non interference
n i of the Mid-
i and the renunciation of at-
tempts to include Middle Kastcrn
countries in military arrangements
11 nn
A principle reaction to Foreign i
ma
Brotherhoods Join
In Federation Here
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>jroi>Np*o,>Sfct\'OV
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
?45 MICHIGAN AVENUI. MIAMI BEACH
Phsne JE 1 JS?5
Albert .' Rosen, local attomej
and president i>t the Broth.
position of UNEF troops in those "! Tei : nas been
plac, .elected to the office oi actin
idenl of the newly formed Greater
Miami Federation of Ti
ids.
. Wagner was elected secre-
larj treasurer last
week in Temple Beth Sholom
pie Israi I o( Hi-
B :! Miami
h Dade JewLsh < i
and Ti in] i B. th El oi H
Response to the pr.-pisal,
while cautious, at least high-
lighted the fact that Russia has
ro Middle East bases and that
the U.S. has just concluded a
new five-year lease for its base
at Dhahran in Saudi-Arabia. Ar-
rangements were made directly
between President Eisenhower
and King Saud during the latter's
recent trip to Washington.
Observers in Wester
ide that the -s
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Tiim which u.'
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The Times condemned the
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hower and Mr. Dulltl fhj Is-
rael should rot igno'e its dem-
ccratlc obligations to heed the
Opinions of the world b" re-
fusing to pull out its last Sinai-
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riday. February .15, 1957
Jmld,lkrm~
\Yeshiva U. President
Honored for Service
pr. Samuel Belkin, president of his studies at Harvard and Brown
! | University, was honored | Universities, attaining election to
three reception* this week on, Phi Beta Kappa, and receiving his
e occasion of his 14th year as PhD degree from Brown in 193.
tecutive of the nation's first He was elected president of Yeshi-
nd largest university under Jew^vva in June, 1943. An ordained
h lusplees. rabbi at the age of 17, he had
[ Dr Belkin, who has led Yeshiva joined the Yeshiva faculty eight
Lring its period of greatest aca- | years earlier as instructor in Greek
Page 3 A
mic'and physical expansion, ar-
|.,.(| in Miami Stindav to confer
^ith local and national leaders of
he university.
Max J. Etra, chairman of the
I board of trustees of Yeshiva, was
the principal speaker at tho
three receDtion*. Tht first was
held Tussday night at the Sterl-
ing
hottl.
Leo Robinson, chairman of the
nrly-organized Greater Miami
ommittee for Yeshiva University,
pas host to a receDtion honor-
ng Dr. Belkin at the Robinson
ome in Miami Beach Wednesday
jght. Final reception was slated
or Waldman's Crown hotel Thurs-
m
Or. Belkin's tenure as prosi-
Idtnt has seen tho elevation of
Yeshiva to university status, and
I the establishment of graduate de-
partments in mathematics, edu-
' cation and community adminis-
I tration. The enrollment has dou-
bled and the historic charter to
[ establish the country's first non-
. sectarian medical college, the
Albert Einstein College of Modi-
cine, under Jewish auspices was
acquired.
Today. Yeshiva University with
in enrollment of some 3,000 stu-
dents comprises 15 schools and
Bfiiiona which offer courses of
ktudy leading to 15 different grad-
uate and undergraduate degrees.
Its four auxiliary agencies serve
total community in many areas
ind its four scholarly publications
are contributing much to the ad-
vancement of scholarship.
Dr. Belkin was born in Poland in
eplember, 1911. In 1929, he came
the United States and continued
and in Talmud.
Ktra, notod Now York attorney
and communal leader, is a found-
er of tho Albert Einstoin College
of Medicine and servos on its
board of overseers. Ho also la a
national campaign vice chairman.
He is past president of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America and president of Con-
gregation Kehilath Jeshurun in
New York as well as of the Syna-
gogue Council of Yeshiva Univer-
sity.
Etra also is a trustee of Beth Is-
rael Hospital and serves on numer-
ous national boards of Jewish, phil-
anthropic and communal organiza-
tions.
Dr. Belkin is a guest at the
Sterling hotel during his stay here.
It's All Very Simple Or is it Simple?
Many Miami Beachites may go
to Kneseth Israel Congregation
Sunday with an eye toward help-
ing a clinic in Israel and find
themselves attending the installa-
tion of a new spiritual leader.
It's all a mistake, and this week I
officials of Kneseth Israel are con-!
cerned about getting the facts
straight.
It'i all very simple. Korostish-
ever Social Club here sometime
ago arranged for tho hall at
Kneseth Israel for a card party
Sunday, benefits from which
would go to Gan Yavneh Clinic.
which Kneseth Israel's new spirit-
ual leader, Rabbi David Lehrfield,
will be installed into his pulpit.
Korostishever Social Club is
now anxious to let tccketholders
know that the party for the bene-
fit of the Gen Yavneh Clinic
has boon re-scheduled for Mar.
3. Simple, isn't it?
Anyway, Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation officials are prepared to do
a lot of whispered explaining come
Sunday to guests bent on helpine
an Israeli clinic as a spiritual lead-
er assumes his pulpit in solemn
Sunday, Feb. 17, is the date on; ceremonies.
HST Sounds Warning on Israel
Six Topics Listed At Youth Confab
leadership ligious Projects," "Study Projects,"
"Israeli Projects" and "Teenage
First Smith Florida
conclave of United Synagogue
youth was recently at Tem-
ple Beth Sholem, Hollywood.
Rabbi .Mayer Abramowitz, regional
idvisor, said Wednesday.
"The USY program." Rabbi
Haramowitz said, "recognizes that
Ithe average member seeks and
needs constant motivation and ele-
Ivation in order to obtain higher
cultural pursuits. This leadership
leonclau he added, "will t-
[tempt to coordinate an effective
[and meaningful year-round pro-
[gram "
Topics under discussion at the
conclav, were "Meeting For-
"Program Exchange," "Re-
Relationships.'
Continued from Pago 1 A
; comment, since he knew nothing
about it. "I'm just a private citizen,
you know. But I will say there is
plenty of room in the Near East
for everybody, and Israel is there
to stay.
"I don't trust tho Russians
no matter whet they soy. But
they've got to know, like every-
body else involved, we firmly be-
lieve Israel is there to stay."
Referring to the Russians again
Tuesday night at the Seville, Mr.
Truman said that he had gone to
Potsdam "to make a string of
agreements with them. Just one
year after that, the Soviet Union
had already broken 32. You can't
blame me if 1 don't trust them."
He told the capacity audience of
Jewish leaders that "the work of
the United Jewish Appeal has
been to fight for the cause of hu-
man freedom for hundreds of thou-
sands of unfortunate people
throughout the world. You men
and women of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal have given and given
generously to support this work.
You can be proud of the part you
have played in liberating the per-
secuted and the oppressed from
tyranny, poverty and slavery."
Referring to his part in the
establishment of the State of Is-
rael, Mr. Truman said that "I fort
then and I feel now that this act
of recognition was no more
than was required under the cir-
cumstances of the President of
Co*4& YYhiumi I miRflCLE
on* ii'm.
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Rabbi
I'This is
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bonk al a meting of the Southwest
Jew i-h Center Thursday evening,
Feb. 21.
I
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Mj Cod," will discus his
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EXPOSING THE SCANDAL
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the United States ... It was the
best thing to do in the long range
interests of our own country."
But he scored the Administration
for its failure until now to bring
peace to the strife-torn Near East.
Our nation has a duty, an obliga-
tion to use its influence to brin?
about a settlement of this conflict."
the former President stated, and
I hope that our policy will be firm
on this point."
New gitts at the dinner totalled
some S200.000. This hrins the
1957 CJA total to $1,151,400

The Happiest
Birthday Party
of the Year
for the most lovable person of any year
A gala 65th Birthday
Dinner Celebration in honor of
EDDIE
CANTOR
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Principal Speaker
Former President
HARRYS.
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Honoraria for Eddie Cantor, USA
Leaders from across the nation will gather
here this weekend for an inaugural conference
of the 1957 State of Israel Bond campaign. The
conference will be highlighted by a national
celebration of the 65th birthday of Eddie Cantor
as well as a major address by former President
of the United States Harry S. Truman.
Cantor's work for Israel spans a period of
some 25 years. An ardent critic of Western
"donothingism" during the early years of Nazi
Brotherhood Week
Race .. Color .. Creed These
are mere categories of the larger fellow-
ship of man. They are not barriers to
understanding and to the age-old con-
cept "Love Thy Neighbor."
Feb. 17 to 24 is Brotherhood Week,
sponsored by the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, and dedicated to
the proposition that prejudice must be
banished for all time.
Intolerance means discord, and dis-
cord weakens America, a nation of 170.-
000.000 free people. They are of different
race ... color ... creed ...
But they are of the Brotherhood of
Man. During Brotherhood Week, let us
remember the spirit of equality and un-
derstanding that is part of American
democracy. This can serve as a good
opening round of the battle against the
banishing of prejudice for all time.
persecution, he took up the cudgels for a
Jewish State in Palestine and has been a driving
force in the Israel Bond campaign since its in-
ception.
It is characteristic of Cantor that he refused
any celebration of his birthday unless it could
be marked in conjunction with a bond drive.
Whatever inspiration Cantor has given the
American people during some 50 years in show
business, his reputation as a leader in the
American Jewish community rises above this
achievement to say to humankind: "I am a
comedian. I am grateful for your delight in my
showmanship.
"But I am a Jew. This I shall never forget*
Toward this end I shall strive, as I have strived
on the stage for half a century."
It is this aspect of his dedication that will be
honored by a fantastic galaxy of great names
in show business this weekend here, as well
as by American Jewish leadership at the in-
augural conference.
In honoring Eddie Cantor, they will also
pay homage to the role Israel Bonds have
played in the upbuilding of the Jewish State's
economy and industrial potential the cor-
nerstones of Israel's future independence. No
better person for this exalted purpose could
have been chosen than former President of the
United States Harry Truman. From the man
who gave first formal recognition of a Jewish
State in Palestine will come a message empha-
sizing the highest aspirations of the 1957 in-
augural the meaning of Israel to Jewry today
and to humankind tomorrow.
He Owes Us an Explanation Now
President Eisenhower owes it to the Ameri-
can people to let them know just exactly what
it is he discussed wih Saudi Arabia's King
Saud.
He owes it to the American people also to
Jewish Music Month
Even a superficial examination of the ranks
of performing artists today brinas to mind such
stellar names as David Oistrakh, Jascha Heif-
etz, Isaac Stem, Nathan Milstein. Szymon Gold-
berg, Yehudi Menuhin, Vladimir Horowitz,
Artur Rubinstein. Anya Dorfman, Leonard Rose,
William Steinberg and many others too
numerous to mention here.
Their interpretations of the world's greatest
music are the very foundationstone of the con-
cert hall today.
While in the realm of creativity, Jewish
composers such as Milhaud, Bloch, Schapiro
and Rosenberg in our own time continue to
enrich the heritage of music. To this elite group
belong the works of Ravel, Prokoffief, Schoen-
berg, Mahler, Offenbach. Meyerbeer and Men-
delssohn by no means a complete list.
These names and their music are the sub-
stance of Jewish Music Month now being ob-
served across America under the auspices of
the National Jewish Welfare Board.
Jewish Music Month also affords us the op-
portunity of re-acquainting ourselves with the
more indigenous art of an Abraham Goldfad-
den. And, since the establishment of Israel,
there emerges an area of folkmusic long dor-
mant among us.
Not to be forgotten is the storehouse of
liturgical music that is the heritage of Jewish
religious expression. To the cantor belongs the
responsibility of preserving interpreting and
expanding the resources of liturgy.
Greater Miami's observance of Jewish
Music Month Sunday evening at Temple Israel
will in a large measure rely upon our cantors
reveal the substance of his talks with the
other Arab leaders.
The "Eisenhower Doctrine" for the Middle
East continues to be a source of much contro-
versy. The Congress has demanded, and not
received, full details on the extent of the powers
the President seeks for his program to contain
the advancement of communism in the trouble
area.
It is this doctrin* Mr. Eisenhower presum-
ably discussed with King Saud and other Arab
leaders. But disturbing news reports reveal
that the President conf-ssed to Saud his per-
sonal concern over Israel's "expansionism."
These reports also indicate that Mr. Eisenhower
attempted to elaborate on his efforts "to check
Israel. In addiion these facts are clear:
The President made no objection to the
requirement that American personnel of
Jewish faith be barred from the U.S. base
at Dhahran.
TH,tJ.-eS!?ee ^ Pa,ien,1>r and sympa-
thetically Saud's demand that measures
agauis. Israel would be required if the
fSsrPre,obepersuadediAm--n
The President offered no resistance to
Saud s suggestion that an Arab-Israel
o Seni9rJ7g,NeVO,Ve Israel re,u'-S
are sht^rb^^UrT S
the Middle East, as we 1 a, Sh-wT^ *
bate piindplee'otfraL?10 the ^Y"! of
seeks to explore lGW'Sh Music Month
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ZZ 5'omorrow S-TW
What does one *,. (lv vl
fwsMent of thMjsti'r
How does on/piS?*
mste friends *7 &
wnse of humor rrm,?*M
k our American ,%*'M
lish. they feel, have it down pat. what with their ^ores ft
various stages of dignity through nobility. "Mr F're-id ,!tl*,
pose. It sounds plebian enough to be democratic 'h?'"'*
elevated to a level of elegance. ut ** (
former professor at Columbia once complained .h .L
o manner in which Walt Whitman loved everybi d 'r* *
discrimination whatsoever and therefore surrenderinrw***l
be trusted. Was the professor, who subsequently killM k "*1
be trusted in this observation? What I mean is that plcoi/ ""^
are. when cultivated, the stuff of a free people. On the otheVh*
and here i> where I am inclined to agree with the late Prof p *j
can as easily undermine and destroy the foandati.mvtone of f^Jl
For example: There can be nothing more egalitarian tk
mechanical repetition of the platitude that all men ;,re created
This is nonsense. We may argue that all men are created with'i
nnht to equal opportunity but nothing more Yet, in the
ance of our democratic excesses, we say and do many impr
things. '
Among them is the manner in which we address former
dents, being obliged to state in our appellation that time and i
do not apply in their case. This is the least of the evils
8:30 p.m. The Bruckner Symphony in C minor is a mi>
architectural structure. The third movement, an Adagio in D J
presents brass and string choirs that can hardly lie matched.
limes, I believe Mahler would have loved to comp..... much of
ner; this is evident in the opening measures of Mahler's Re^rrft
Sj mphony Angel has recorded the Israel Philharmonic |H
tra. The Schumann Symphony in D minor is played as if the ore!
knows better than to poke along but must submit to the t
nut the sensibility of conductor Paul Kletzki. The B flat
Symphony is a delight .
10:45 p.m. An even greater evil is familiarity, which ttai
tends to diminish the awe that should be brought to the tnM
achievement of others Presidents of these United States, iadsf
If we are. in false humility or brash condescension. toasssMt
democracy is a "grand leveller," then we have made a medioBiji
a noble way of life .
11 p.m. Harry S. Truman was a mighty leader This is not I
hero-worship of a Thomas Carry le, who envisioned supermen as I
ors of history. This is a converse observation that would hold is
case of Tolstoy's epilogue to "War and Peace." History made I
S. Truman. The boil of events overflowed, with a hero emerging
from Mr. Roosevelt had died, developing the opportunity Iwtsi
then, and wept, recalling almost no other President before him
in dim memory Mr. Hoover, who today is the only Republican anr
decent Republican would deign to look upon as one of his on.
I wept for Mr. Roosevelt's death and for Mr. Truman's ascea
But Mr. Truman has since vindicated history's choice despite I
fact that the G.O.P. is attempting to rewrite history Perhaps his I
vindication lies precisely here that his erstwhile rental:
imitate his methods. The so-called "Eisenhower Doctrine," e.g.,
written about to the point of exhaustion and anger. This isii
tiun of every method the Administration employed to win its wl
Even out of the White House, it has taken a Harry Trawl
clarify the doctrine's essential duplicity .
11:30 p.m. The first movement of the Bruckner Svmph
C minor has the theme stated by the oboe in C minor in then)
lation Bui the flute carries a melody in D flat, and this is|
tonality beyond question .
12 p.m. The former President has. himself. encouraedal
if shut sleeves atmosphere with regard to his person. At toAi
newsreels would have us believe that he responds eauly to callsg
Hi 11 rry!" Well one thing is beyond question I shall not reetr
in that fashion. Nor will I offer up essays instead of queries. a<
n porters do; nor make of my questions barbed attack* fo fl*
flatulent publisher, ai one presumably distinguished cnMeaf
yi -ti rdaj p.m thus earning himself a heave-ho from the Trutsstl
l hope I have sense enough not to say much of anytnin. "
re both the substance of main past culumni.^
ik for themselves More important, however. Mr Trunse*'" '
hi -;.ken for itself from that awesome April l2-rz'
Ins retirement from office. I hope I have set ......u* "iv""
faith that he will speak again soon and lie heard
12:30 a.m. Bruckner was the victim of a conspiracy
Hans Itichter and Eduarrf Hanslick The former was I Waiter_p
the latter, a newspaperman with dictatorial powers "1,NlMlM',i
of music Bruckner triumphed to delight everyone. Richter sa
slick are scholarly nomenclature .
^b. 11, 6:30 a.m. Someone must speak and be W*
PO< ies m the Middle East today are the processes of f*'J""
Some 160 men met for dinner at the White House ^rmSJ^*Lm
">'< visll here They were all oilmen and financiers Ttiej .
policy makers No one seems disturbed by this: nor is 7",
turbed that the Congress however cautious, however
opposed .Hue of its members may be to them i*J
rubbtr stamp in their hands.
Somehow the stench of oil in Washington today '^y
ol Washing in the late 'thirt.es. of FDR's Wl "
great go.*! friend Saud" 30 a.m. i pray the Combined Jewish App"' I*0]*
|"ud and long tonight Harry Truman's U a name that must be
'" J- *'*! hiator) For oil was not in the land where he*
' '"" th-t rebelled at the spectre of A IB,ln"
"I by other oligarchies ih earlier. H
load and long. Meanwhile. t "
t 4 p.m. "Good afternoon, Mr President ,


day
, February 15, 1957
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ik of North Shore Jewish Center to be dedicated at special
irvice Friday evening.
lew North Shore Ark
Held Work of Artistry
t now Ark at the North Shore "Thus, the first panel is dedicat-
run Center will be dedicated ed artistically to the pronounce-
ing special services Friday ment of Torah, which is broadly
ning with Dr. Max Ant, vice interpreted as study or pursuit of
ellor of the Jewish Theolog- j knowledge, the second panel sym-
bolizes the emphasis on ritual, and
its significance in the home and
in the Synagogue. Finally, the third
panel describes artistically the
deeds of kindness upon which
world peace is based," Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, North Shore spiritual
leader, explained Wednesday.
Seminary, preaching the guest
non.
|The Ark was created by Oscar
[Bach, world renowned designer
Imetalrratt I'nique in many re-
el', it- poMtion in the synagogue
|raised eight feet from the seat-
[ level of congregants and reach-
la towering height of some 15
l\ over and above this level.
Tht Ark is divided into two
ors, tach featuring thro* pan-
(*- Tht right panel is dedicated
the Patriarchs, the founders
Judaism, Abraham, Isaac and
cob, with the highlights of the
kts of each worked in artistic
tern on each panel. The left
or it inspired by the Talmudic
nent: "Upon three things
* the world exist, upon Tor-
upon prayer and upon deeds
righteousness."
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The two doors rest upon a
broad panel of artistic designa-
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The Monorah on' either side
symbolires the truth and wisdom
which prayer Is to evoke, and
the middle two panels designate
in artistic figures the lyre and
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prove the agreement at a meet-
ing in April end no difficulty is
expected in obtaining enabling
legislation from the Bonn Parlia-
ment.
The agreement provides that the
I. G. Farben liquidators will make
the money available to a legal trust
which will make the payments to
Jewish claimants. The legal trust
will probably be set up in Frank-
furt.
The acrpement was the outcome
of negotiations in Frankfurt and
New York over the past two years,
designed to provide a centralized
machinery for speedy payment of
compensation to former Jewish
slave workers, from the Auschwitz
concentration camp, without forc-
ing them to undertake prolonged
and expensive litigation.
Norbert Wollheim of New
York, whose test case in Ger-
man courts was the basis of the
effort to win compensation from
the giant German cartel, said he
Temple Sinai Buys New Land Tract
Temple Sinai of N. Miami is cur-
rently planning to erect its new
building.
Dr. Alvin Krasne, president, re-
vealed Wednesday that the con-
gregation had acquired a three-acre
tract of land near Broad Causeway
and Biscayne blvd.
Official announcement of the
purchase was made Sunday at
Westview Country Club during in-
stallation ceremonies of Rabbi
Benno Wallach, new spiritual lead-
er of Temple Sinai.
was gratified that a way had been -
found to make possible compen-
sation to thousands of Jewish
slave laborers from Auschwitz
like himself without requiring
thorn to take legal action. He said
he would withdraw his pending
lawsuit as soon as the agreement
goe into effect.
Dr. Ernest KaTzenstein, director
in Germany for the Claims Con-
ference, said information would be
provided as quickly as circum-
stances permitted on procedures to
follow in filing of claims.
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Fiorfdian's Star Shines Brightly
A former special assistant at-
torney general of Florida is a
municipal judge of the City of
Miami today. He is Judge Mitchell
M. Goldman, who was appointed
to the post Jan. 3 by the City
Commission.
These would be interesting
facts, in themselves, about any
man. But they are especially
interesting in this case because
Judge Goldman is only 34 yean
old.
Born in Jacksonville. Fh De-
cember 4. 1922. he and his family
came to Miami in 1924. and Judge
Goldman was educated in local
schools. At the age of 17. he en-
listed and served with the Army-
Air Force during World War II.
10 months of gruelling action
overseas, during the course of
which Judge Goldman received
two Presidential citations and
letter of commendation from
Gen. H. H. Arnold, commander
of the Eighth Air Force.
Back from the service, he en-
rolled at the University of Miami
law school and received his law
degree in 1951. The appointment
as -peciat assistant attorney gen-
eral came in February. 19S*-
when he also received a letter of
commendation 'from Arty. Gen.
Richard Ervin.
Despite all of this profes-ional
and military activity crowded into
l brief span of years. Judge Gold-
man courted and married wife
N'orma The couple have one son,
Allen, who is a third generation
This included two years and native Floridian.
Judge Goldman is the son of
Mr. and Mr* Aba (Kidman.
Father Abe is a veteran civic and
fraternal leader in the state, who
has been honored for his anti-
MbWSh* activities. The Jtadfrt
grandfather, the late Marry Gold-
man, served as first assistant chief
Oi sanitation in Jacksonville and
bJjO Liter tarred ilh distinction
as a member of the Jacksonville
City Council (190819101..
Harry Goldman It ene of ontf
two Jews, whose biographies
art included in the History of
the State of Florida.
Judge Goldman is a 32nd de-
gree Mason of the Mahi Shrine
and a member of its legal staff.
A member of the Florida bar. he
practices at 346 Scybold bldg.
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nnrMl Mrt CI...I__~ ^"11
hood. Mrs. Charles Colem
gram chairman
H1D61 MiTCNtil GOLD*AH
... a heavy schedule
Author Visits Miami Area
Rachmil Bryks is in Miami in be-
half of the Rachmil Bryks Book
Committee. He is staying at 1860
SW 4th St.
Author of "Auf Kiddush Hash-
em" ("For the Sanctification of
God's Namc"i. Bryks came to the
United States in 1949 from Sweden
He had been shipped to Swed-
en by the International Red Cross
following his repatriation from
Bergen-Belsen, infamous Naii
concentration camp. Bryks was a
prisoner in Bergen-B I'.en for
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five years, being shipped there
from Lodi, Poland.
"Auf Kiddush Hashem" includes
three long short stories based on
experiences in the Nazi camp. The
book takes its title from the first.
The others are "A Cat in the Ghet-
to" and "Berele in the Ghetto."
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni. of Mi-
ami Beach, noted literary critic, is
author of an Introductory essay.
Tin h,>nk will shortly be translated
into English by Morris' EngeL
Temple Israel Men's Club
Officers Honored at Services
Certificates oi Honor were pre>
rida evenin serv-
ices last week to four officers of'
Temple Israel Men- Club
Albert Hirsch, president, made
the presentation to Fred Sand-
ier, first vice president; Frank
Pearlman, second vice president;
Fred Diamond, secretary; and
Morton Grant, treasurer.
The certificates honored the of-
ficers "in recognition of outstand-
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the Temple.
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Art From Mexico
To be Exhibited
Sam Hirsch School of Drama and
Allied Arts announces the open-
ing Sunday of a group art show
featuring the work of art teachers
and artists of the Instituto AUende,
San Miguel de Allende. Mexico,
at the gallery, 315 W. 47th st.
Arranged by William Oberman.
art director of the school, when he
studied at the Instituto last sum-
mer, the show will run for two
weeks until Mar. 3. A reception
honoring the first showing of the
work of this famous Mexican art
school and colony will be held at
the opening Sunday between 4
and 7.
Prof John Klinkenberg, of the
art department at the University
of Mianu. will be guest speaker.
Subject of his talk will be "Art in
Mexico Today."
Joint Meet Marks
Brotherhood Week
Beth David PTA. Men's Club
and Si terhnod will hold a joint
meeting Wednesday evening at the
synagogue
Scheduled is a play. "Room for
the Night," directed by Mrs. Har
old Berney.
The Wedn-tdav function is
part of the celebration here of
Brotherhood Week. "Room for
the Night" was submitted bv the
National Women's Leaoue of the
United Synagogues of America
for the occasion.
Author is Robert Ceneiella
script director for NBC radio and
television,
Members of the cast are Harold
Berney, Mr*. Meyer Forer, Mrs.
Ralph Hankin, Max Jacobean end
Mrs. Robert Purisch.
Joining them will be Robert E.
Sawyer and Edward Castleberry,
Miami church members.
Gene Krupa Trio
Opening Here
Gene Krupa and his Trio fif!
tyring Eddie Shu, will be^a*
f f*e New Orleans roorrf^ ,j
Sprfne* Villas from ftij
through 24.
Gene, who gave up big bandjj
favor of the smaller unl_
years ago, will be making hu*^
local appearance in some tint
Eddie Shu is one of the countnA.]
most versatile musicians, em
ly noted for his harmoniei
tenor sax playing.
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ddie Cantor Hailed on 65th Birthday
Je\wiislfcUEIl Miami, Florida, Friday, February 15, 1957
rael Bond Inaugural on Beach
ill Attract Record Delegation;
levelopment' is Major Theme
he convening of the 1957 in-
[iral conference for Israel
Ids at the Fontainebleau hotel
[weekend draws attention to
V\\ economic picture and to
[advances which she has re-
Id during the past year.
e achievements in th? field
Eidu-try. agriculture and the
oitalion of natural resources
. taken place despite the se-
i tensions in the Middle East,
( I-rail's need to un-
ake military action in the
Peninsula as a measure of
in il di tense.
i |ar e extent, it has been
el Bond proceeds which have
bled Israel to make gains in
^ral key facets of her econ-
during the past twelve
Has, despite the pressure of
hostility. More than one
of the main expenditures
er Israel's Development Budg-
'hich provide- funds for the
ntry'- economic projects, is
|ved trom Israel Bonds.
wo major events, both highly
lilicant for the attainment of
el's long-range goal of eco-
lic independence, took place
he past year. One was the ten
\t% of high grade oil in HeleU
he northwestern Negev, which
[expected to greatly reduce the
ortation of oil now costing
more than $40,000,000 a
in hard currency. The other
the completion of the pipe-
from the Yarkon River to
'Western Negev, turning 50,-
acres of wasteland into fer-
I soil, and adding an estimated
lOOO.OOO worth of crops to Is-
| annual agricultural produc
rael Bond dollars were used
to help create new enterprises
and expand existing ones in many
fields, including the chemical,
pharmaceutical, textile, building,
metal and wood industries. Dur-
ing 1956, investments of $22,100.-
000 in foreign exchange plus the
equivalent of $12,700,000 in local
currency were approved for 104
new enterprises and the expan-
\
I____
sion of 32 older ones under Is-
rael's Law for the Encouragement
of Capital Investments. This com-
pares with $10,500,000 plus the
equivalent of $5,300,000 in local
currency in 78 new and 24 estab-
lished enterprises during the Eddie Cantor and wife Ida shown as they departed on their
preceding twelve-month period, trip to Israel in 1950. Leaders from across nation will honor
Today, there are 20,400 industrial Cantor on his 65th birthday at Israel Bond national inaugural
_ ... conference on Miami Beach this weekend.
Continued on Pag* 10A
A
A Comedian's Brilliant
By His Devoted Service
Career is Marked
to U.S. and Israel
Eddie Cantor greets Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion during
his visit to State of Israel.
>nd Funds Aid Building
f New Mideast Subway
KM Of the delegates to the Is-
Bond conference here this
nce Laskey, chairman
t357 national inaugural
Pence of Israel Bonds
01 Fontainebleau hotel
*eekend.
weekend and most of the men
and women who participate in
the Eddie Cantor 85th birthday
celebration Saturday evening
may not be aWare that one of the
important projects made possible
by Israel Bonds is th:> construc-
tion of a nil way in Israel. This
is being done in Haifa, where the
heavy traffic <.f Israel's chief in-
dustrial ntt>r is making other
means of transportation inade-
quate to carry .the load.
Construction of this subwav,
which will be the first in the
Middle East, is underway in the
rocky soil near the dock section
of Haifa. The initial diggings
were started in Hamra Square
where nearby shattered buildings
from the War of Independence
contrast with the modern struc-
tures which rise on the slopes of
Mount Camel. -ki
The Haifa subway is another
important step forward in the
port city's accelerated develop-
ment program undertaken with
the assistance of State of l
Bond investment capital. Major
appropriations from State of Is-
rael Bond income have already
been invested in advancing the
city's industries, housing and
port expansion to make it Israel's
leading seaport and a major in-
dustrial center.
"The subway will make possi-.
ble mass housing projects on the
mountain, which has many blank
areas now," Mayor Hushi stated
recently in commenting on the
undertaking. "It will transform
Haifa into a modern commercial
city, by linking the top of the
mountain with the lower town,
where most business is transact-
ed," he continued.
The completed subway will run
over a mile, rising from just
above sea level to a height of
about 750 feet, at a depth vary-
ing from 25 to 100 feet. It will
run on rubber tires in two asphalt
road beds, an entirely new kind
of subway propulsion, and its
four cars will hold 200 people
each, two cars running simul-
taneously in each direction.
Gay, ebullient and brilliant, Ed-
die Cantor has been entertaining
delighted Americans for more
than fifty years in every medium
of show business.
Today, at 65, he remains at the
top of the amusement world, a
slim, wide-eyed, lovable man, who
has gained the admiration of mil-
lions of people all over the world.
His deep affiliation with his peo-
ple and with the State of Israel
through his leadership in the Is
rael Bond drive has earned for
him the acclaim of Jews every-
where and particularly the heroic
builders of the Jewish State, who
see in him the gifted son of a peo-
ple who can always call upon his
abilities on his behalf.
The Eddie Cantor story is a
heart-warming tale of the success
of a little East Side orphan who
earned his first five dollar bill
as a prize-winner on an amateur
night, and later made millions as
a stage, film, radio and television
headliner.
More significant than his great
accomplishments in the entertain-
ment world has been his work on
behalf of his people. Eddie Can-
tor learned early in life that the
greatest joy comes from helping
one's fellow man. He himself was
the recipient, as a youngster, of
philanthropy and he recalls with
affection his days at a summer
camp supported by charity funds.
No matter how famous he became
and he has been one oi the
host known stars of the past five
decades Eddie Cantor always
had the time to lend his talents
to humanitarian and Jewish caus-
es.
Since the inception of the Is-
rael Bond drive in 1951, Eddie
Cantor has been one of its
staunchest friends, and the birth-
day party tendered in his honor
when he was 60 in 1952 was one
of the most memorable events in
the history of Israel Bonds.
Eddie Cantor was born to de-
light people. As a youngster, he
amused other children at caTmp.
and his first job as a singing
waiter in Coney Island won Jiim
the attention of important the a
trical producers. At 19. Eddie
gained popularity as a member
of Gus Edwards' Kid Kabaret. A
boy named George Jessel was
also with the company. In a short
time, Florenz Ziegfeld, the most
outstanding producer of his time,
hired Eddie as a member of his
Midnight Frolics. And then, in
1917, Eddie became a Ziegfeld
Follies star, together with such
Broadway immortals as Will Rog-
ers. W. C. Fields and Marilyn
Miller.
The big-eyed boy from the East
Side was well on his way to in-
ternational fame. His name went
up in lights when he starred in
the Ziegfeld production of "Kid
Boots," and Eddie's bouncy sing-
ing made him a recording favor-
ite, right up there with Enrico
Caruso. Hollywood called, and
witb'n a f^w years Eddie was
transformed into a Hollywood
Continued on Pago 8 A
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Construction oi first subway in Middle East began recently in
Haifa, where some $20,000,000 from State of Israel Bond income
helps to accelerate industrial development.


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Truman Will be Speaker
At Dinner Saturday Eve
... f..Ak l.. l.,-,,tir.
Continued from Page 1A
Excellency Michael S. Comay. Am-
bassador of l.srael to the Dominion
of Canada and deleeate to the
United Nations General Assembly;
Dr. Abba Hille! Silver, chairman
of the board of governors. State of
Israel Bonds; Abraham Feinberg,
president of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization; and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
vice president.
Comay and Shelley Winters,
noted actress who has been active
in work for Israel, will deliver
the main addresses at a women's
luncheon in honor of Mrs. Eddie
Cantor on Friday, 12:30 p.m., in
the Grand ballroom of the Fon-
tainebleau. The delegates will
also be addressed by Miss Mar-
ilyn Cantor, vivacious daughter
of the famous couple, who has
been engaged in an intensive
speaking tour of American cities
on behalf of the current Israel
Bond campaign.
Such top star- of show business
as Jimmy Durante. George Jeuel,
Nat "Kins" Cole. Grade Field-. Hal
M.irch. Roberta Sherwood. Georgie
Price, Joe E Lewis and Gloria de
Haven will join in the entertain-
ment program for ihe festive 65th
birthday dinner for Kddie Cantor
on Saturday evening.
On Sunda> mornini:. there will
be a plenary Minion at which de-
tailed plans for the conduct of the
intensified 1957 Israel Bond cam-
Intensified 75 Mil/ion
Drive to Assist Israel
Industrial Development
The two ta!le-t buildings at Hal
fa. I-rae!'- main seaport, are a
tower 195 feet high and a silo,
150 feet high, next to it.
nbling the United Nations
headquarters building on New
York's East River, Israel's brand
new strikingl) modern,
n lint >i structure Sel In a
commanding position in the busy
Mediterranean harl or, the D
with the
help ol I-rael Bond proceeds,
which have born changing the in-
dustrial and agricultural fa
Israel.

at least ST."
Bond- during U'57 is '
tend at the in-
i. .
I be a dinner
evening in 1
r*s 65th I
former President Harr> s Tru-
man as principal speaker.
Th: erence is
expected I ,.,!,.
ate mobilization of many millions
of dollars through Israel Bonds
lor additional industrial installa-
tions such as the Dagon silo. This
silo, and it- accompanying tower,
are among the outstanding instal-
lations of this kind in the entire
world.
The machinery contained in the
tower can handle 200 tons of grain
per hour. It is capahle of dis-
charging, loading, distributing,
cleaning, mixing, ventilating, dis-
infecting, weighing, sorting, bag-
ging and packng grains, fodder
and seeds.
From the tower, the flow of
grain is directed into a labyrinth
of 45 cells in the adjoining silo.
Grains of all kinds can now be
di-chargcd in bulk from ships
berthed at a new dock. A pneu-
matic elevator, 82 feet high, dis-
charges the gain from the ships
into a chain conveyor, from which
it l- transferred into the silo
through a 600 ft. long and 36 ft.
high bridge carrying bell con-
v yor,
pajgn will be tat forth by leaders
from American and Canadian com-
munities. The) must develop I pro-
gram to provide th Israel bond
dollar- needed to absorb and make
productive 100.000 new immigrants
this year, including many thou-
sand- fleeing per-eeution in Egypt.
and unrest in Hangar) and other
ptftj ol Fa-tern Furope.
In order to put the skills of
the newcomers to immediate use,
and prevent an increase in un-
employment, Israel must have a
large and steady flow of Israel
Bond investment dollars at th*
earliest possible moment.
Many of the world's foremost
musical and theatrical figures arc
serving on the entertainment com-
mute.' These include Steve Allen,
June Ally-on, Barney Balaban. S.
N Behrman. Milton Berle. Yul
Brynner, Jeff ("handler. Paddy
Chayefaky, Rosemary Clooney. Nat
"King" Cole, I'erry COBBO, Bing
Crosby, Gloria de Haven, Cecil B.
de Mille, Jimmy Durante. Jose
Ferre Grarie Fields. Kddie Fisher,
Dave Garroway, George GobeL Ar-
thur Godfrey, Samuel Goldwyn,
Helen Hayes
Jascha Heifetz, Fannie Hurst,
George Jc--el. Jennifer Jones. Vi-
vien Leigh, Joe F Lewis, Hal
March. Lewis Mile-tone. George
Murphy, Edward It Morrow. David
Niven, Kim Novak, Sir Lawrence
Olivier, Gregorj Peck, Mary Pick-
foid. lily Ton-. Dick Powell. Geor-
gic Price, Michael Redgrave. Deb-
bie Reynolds, Buddy Roger-. Raao-
Imd Ruasell, Emanuel Sacks.
By EDDIE CANTOR
They tell me thai at t\r, you arc
r cial seeurit) 11
God, I do riot have I bout
ecuritj But I am
about tie
ic Jewish people and par-
ticularly the Becurit) ol I
what's the use ol personal seeur-
it) n there is no security lor our
6 in Israel? What can our
prosperit) mean to us what
there i- no future lor the people
of Israel?
That is really what we mean
when we say that we arc on,
pie. This i- something which i
have been trying to Eet aero- to
my fellow Jews m America for
a long time When Hitler declar-
ed his war of extermination
against the Jews, we right here
were as much h.s target as any
other Jew anywhere else ,n the
world.
Today when wholesale anti-
Semitism has risen in Egypt and
the drive against Israel has been
intensified, we here are threat-
ened t.i the same degrei our
fellow jews in the .i, wish state
The way l look at it. with all
Ol OUT worldly goods, and with all
tr prosper ty, the state of
Israel -till remain- our greatest
ire. our moat precious
>n. For it i- the creation of
the State of I-rael that u || our
eloquent answer to the de-
struction caused bj Hitler, it is
ol Israel which is our
' telling answer to the h
of anti-Semitism It i- the state
Ol Israel that has made us proud
"I our Jewishneaa And it i- the
State oi [srM] whlch nas glvcn
US a great purpose in life.
Then Were two Kreat moments
in my life the day Wa ^y
yes. and the day I stepped on
oil for the first time I
don t care how much you know
bout the country, or how much
m." T? Y.U Cant ,rUl>' M ho*
much Israel means until vou have
seen it with your own eyes.
I-rael has In-come a great hu-
man and spiritual workshop. Not
only the land, but the people are
being reclaimed and rebuilt The
PhU of freedom i, ,r.sn and
* ^^.>.l,ep,neersandse,
tiers are erctmg ,- adding up to
"" "birth Of a xreat .deal of
freedom tht, r,.vlva| ()f Jqw_
JACK UIHNY
... star ef start
*. fHANKUH
b
Messages from Leadt
Greet Cantor on Fett\
Outstanding American and Is-
raeli personalities have written
and wired to Eddie Cantor con-
gratulating him on his 65th.birth-
day, and expressing appreciation
of his outstanding record as a
humanitarian and a leader in
work for the State of Israel.
Cantor's birthday is being cele-
brated at a gala dinner under the
sponsorship of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization at the Fontainebleau
hotel Saturday evening. Feb. 16.
In accordance with Cantor's ex-
press wish that his birthday b?
the occasion for the mobilization
economic assistance to Israel, ad-
mission to the dinner will be on
the basis of purchase of $1,000 or
more in Israel Bonds.
American leaders who have
sent birthday greetings to .Cantor
'What Israel Means to
Star's Evaluation of a
Me'--A
Nation
ish tradition and Jewish culture.
And they re doing that not just
for themselves but for u-, loo
Could an) country have a better
export than that?
I w i- in Israel six years ago
and a great deal has happened
-mee But unfortunately, one
thing hasn't changed. The Arab
States haunt stopped trying to
i
Continued on Page 9 A
, I i y^i
include Gov. J. Rug, ;
Montana; Gov. LeRoj
Florida; Gov. George 1
Kansas; Gov. Orval E. .,
Arkansas; Gov. Joe Fob]
Dakota; Gov Raymond 0
lahoma; Gov. Marvin
Georgi;; Gov Harold W._
Indiana. Gov F.arl K Laajl
isiana; Gov. Edmund S.
Maine.
Gov. Charles H. Russell
da; Gov Milward L _
Wyomint: Sen. J Glean 1
Maryland: Sen. Homer l\
hart, Indiana; Sen,
Case, New Jersey; Sen.
Case. South Dakota; Sen.'.
L. Holland. Florida: Seal
M. Ives. New York: Sen.,
Javits. New York; Sen.
B. Johnson Texas: Sen.]
fauver, Tennessee.
Sen. Pal McNamsrt,
Sen. Warren G. Masnusn,!
ington; Sen Jam<
Montana Sen Frederic G.1,
Maine; Sen John 0.
Rhode Island; Sen. I-eve
ton-tail M
garet Chase Smitl
John Spark man, A'i
Stuart S)
Sen. Herman E. Talnud*]
gia.
Ilaai also
ceived from Supren.c Co
tice Tom C Clark, and Si
of Health. Fdi l.|
Marion B Fobsom
Cabled greetings haWl
Continued on Pa* ]


^
Attractive young Israeli settler watera tree saplin?
organ groves of Cedar Valley Plantation.
Cantors Career Marked by Service
Continued from P.- 7A .___,__ ... / ,.,.-ad
'saafcM. m
Eddie Cantor visits nursery durina his trin ? r-__, -
Since initial Israel Bond issue" May ll he hT 1950"
.tintingly in cause of Jewish sMRJSfrfrjfc*
Continued from Pg 7A
jujtajr, ,,,wm|J such ^mash
nils as Kid Boots," "Kid Mil
''<'>. "Kid from Spain" and nth
depression. His Potatoes
heaper" was hummed all over
the land.
Kddie Cantor is not one of those
s,ars who *tand still as the world
progresses He moves with the
times, and he moved easily and
successfully into television when
that new medium beams over-
*nelming|y popular.
The outpouring of affection to-
*rd Eddie Cantor at the Hh
birthday celebration!
the Israel Bond W
yean ago resulted*usjj
of millions ol dolhtf^
reel Bonds, as tl
admirers celebrated
paid him tribute
support of Israel,*1
Eddie's heart
Whw, Eddie viadtfj
six yean ago. '
Csrrfim-- f+


TVhruary 15. 1957,
y^^^to^^
Page 9 *
omen's Division Rolls in High Gear
bassador Comay to
ick Off Festivities at
uncheon Here Friday
j's participation in the
Inaugural conference for
|0( Israel Bonds will reach
point with the national
.* salute luncheon in hon-
rjfrs. Eddie Cantor, to be
in Friday at 12:30 p.m., in
Brand ballroom of the Fon-
Wau hotel. Mrs. Sidney
kr, chairman of the national
i, committee for the con-
e, reports that more than
npn are expected to attend
uncheon.
principal speakers are to
jjis Excellency Michael S.
y, Ambassador of Israel to
ominion of Canada and a
ate to the United Nations
al Assembly, and Miss Shel-
IVinters. famed actress of
iway, Hollywood and tele-
n Miss Marilyn Cantor, not-
laughter of the renowned
fe beins honored on the oc-
of Eddie Cantor's 65th
day celebration, will also ad-
I the women, as will Mrs. Al-
lM. Karlm, national chairman
Ihen. American women's vol-
Jtr sales force for Israel De-
kment Bonds,
p Michael A. Stavitsky, na-
chairman of the Women's
lion for Slate of Israel Bonds,
(be among the distinguished
pans in the luncheon,
with regional and local
leu's Division officers from
p. New York. Chicago, Bal-
e, Washington. Pittsburgh,
Bit anil a score of other com-
le. throughout the country.
Imedut.ly preceding the
peon. .Mi- Winters has in-
to a Sherry Hour in the
Rosewood room of the Fontaine-
bleau all those women who thus
far in 1957 have made Israel
Bond purchases of a minimum of
$1,000. On that occasion, the
women Trustees, who have in-
vested at least $10,000 in Israel
Bonds Since Jan. 1, and the na-
tional Sponsors, whose Invest-
ments range from $1,000 up, will
be honored hi a pinning ceremony
Continued on Page 10 A
M*S. SIDNtY MOMTIK
Womm'i Committee chairman
m*s. miamu sTAvnsur
. Women's Dim.on chairman
afffS. ALfKfD KAKUM
. Chen chai
Agricultural, Industrial Progress to Keynote
1957 Inaugural Bond Conference Discussions
The 2,000 Jewish leaders from
all parts of the United States and
Canada who are meeting this
weekend at the 1957 inaugural
conference for Israel Bonds will
devote a substantial part of their
discussion to various aspects of
Israel's industrial and agricultur-
al development. They will hear
reports describing the status of
many different segments of the
Israeli economy.
One of the most important in-
dustries which the delegates will
be called upon to strengthen
through an intensified drive for
Israel Bonds is the manufacture
of cement. Israel needs large
quantities of cement for the con-
struction of houses, factories, rail-
roads, airports, harbors, dams, ir-
rigation systems, power stations
and other essential economic pro-
hat Israel Means to
h'--A Stars View
Continued from Pag* SA
the State of Israel. As a
*r of fact, they are making
biggest drive right now, with
pip of Communist arms. We
the Jews of Israel are not
! to let themselves be push-
round. They have proved that
[very heroic fashion.
the Arabs have a secret
* They are relying on us
( yred. They are telling the
that support for Israel is
P*'n8 They are telling the
'hat as soon as support
1 American Jews is reduced
[State of Israel will collapse.
is only one way in which
| 1 i
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a 1J k^tW '
MttAIl CNMT
aaaViim
must show our faith in Israel's
future. We must express our con-
fidence in her people through the
greatest campaign that was ever
held for Israel Bonds. Because
the economy of Israel is the key-
stone to her survival.
How else is Israel going, to
have the economic strength to
back up her military defense?
How else will she have the eco-
nomic strength to absorb the new
stream of refugees from Egypt
and Hungary? And we know also
that without economic strength
there can be no real freedom.
The factories, the farms, the rail-
roads, the harbors, which you can
build and develop with Israel
Bonds are the life-blood of this
young democracy.
There ia one very important
thing about Israel Bonds. When
you buy a bond you are lending
your money to Israel. When the
State of Israel delivers a bond to
you it is giving a promissory note
to pay this loan back with inter-
est. And the Jews of Israel have
never defaulted on any of their
obligations. They have made good
on every promise.
Now let me say something per-
sonal. I have lived a pretty full
life. I have been blessed with a
wonderful family. I have enjoyed
a respectable amount of recogni-
tion. But I have found the great-
est Joy in my work far democracy
and for the State of Israel. The
existence of the State of Israel
has taken the Jew off bis knees
and put him on his feet. Can any
one of us do enough for Israel to
equal what Israel haa done for as?
Jects. It is used for important de-
fense purposes as well.
Cement is produced in Israel by
two major cement companies
Nesher and Shimshon at the
rate of 700.000 tons annually. By
the end of 1957, this figure is ex-
pected to climb to 800.000 tons.
At the present rate, enough ce-
ment is manufactured in Israel
to take care of all local needs,
with a substantial amount avail-
able for foreign markets.
This favorable trend in Israel's
cement production has come
about chiefly as a result of plant
expansion and modernized oper-
ational methods, both of which
have been financed in large part
with funds derived from State of
Israel Bonds. Israel was able to
stop its importation of cement
more than two years ago.
To help Israel reduce its for-
eign trade deficit. Israel's cement
industry has embarked on an ex-
pansion program calculated to in-
crease production for.foreign con-
sumption. During the last year,
Israeli cement has been shipped
to Turkey, Cyprus, the United
States, Ethiopia, Burma, Japan
and al) the British colonies in
Western and Eastern Africa.
The Nesher Cement Company
in Haifa has increased its cement
exports in the first eight months
of 1956 to 108,000 tons, compared
with 102.000 tons during the same
period in 1955. Nesher has since
1952 exported more than 400.000
tons of cement to all parts of the
world. With continued Israel
Bond assistance, the cement-pro-
ducing company expects to en-
large its plant still further to
handle the anticipated growth in
Continued on Page 10A
Izram Electric Products, founded in Jerusalem a few months
ago with State of Israel Bond aid, manufactures light bulbs
at rate of more than 10,000 per day.
Cantor's Service
Marks His Career
Continued from Page IA
corner of the land, observed how
Jews were rebuilding the ancient
Jewish homeland and, while he
drew inspiration from the heroic
Messages from Leaders
Offer Greetings Here
Continued from Pago I A
ceived from Israel Chief Rabbi
Isaac Halevi Herzog, and from Is-
rael Baryhuda, Israel Minister of
Interior; Israel Barzelai, Minister
of Health; Joseph Burg, Minister
of Posts; Moshe Carmel, Minister
of Communications; Levi Eshkol,
Minister of Finance; Kaddish Luz,
Minister of Agriculture; Morde-
hai Namir, Minister of Labor;
Pinhas Rosen, Minister of Justice;
Pinhas Sapir, Minister of Com-
merce and Industry; Moshe Sha-
pira. Minister of Religion; Behor
Shitreet, Minister of Police.
In his message. Eshkol told
Cantor that "it Is typical of your
wonderful attitude of service to
humankind that this unique cele-
bration is dedicated to the cause
of furthering Israel's progress
and stability through Israel
Bonds. We here, and I especially,
appreciate the efforts so much
above and beyond the ordinary
which you have invested in creat-
ing better understanding and
possibilities of progress and ad-
vancement for our people here in
IsraeL"
"May you. oe messed with many
active years." Eshkol's message
continued, "in which you will be
enabled to continue to be a shin-
ing example to countless millions
of friends and well wishers."
'
work of his. people, he also de
lighted the Israelis with his hum-
or, his generosity and his gift of
laughter. Upon his return to the
. United States, he assumed leader-
ship of many causes on behalf of
Israel and his voice took on add-
ed stature because of his love for
Israel and the authority with
which he spoke. The millions of
dollars he helped to raise stand
as a monument to his deep con-
cern for his people and their
dreams, which he is helping ttum
to realize.
Constantly aware of the great-
ness of America, Eddie Cantor
represents the great American
and the great Jew.
"I have always gone along on
the principle." he says, that to
be a good American you should
also be a good Jew, and vice ver-
sa." This is the way he has lived,
both as American and as Jew.
"When you examine it." he asks.
"what is Israel but a tiny Amer-
ica, following our ways of life, in-
spired by the same burning faith
in humanity?"
AH Jewry and all Americans,
as they celebrate Eddie Cantor's
birthday, Join in singing happily
and enthusiastically, "Happy
Birthday, Eddie!"
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Page 10 A
-JmlsHkrldton
Friday. P*fa
Israel Bond Inaugural
Attract Record Delegate
This is how Eddie and Ida Cantor appeared as they departed
for European honeymoon more than 40 years aqo.
Continued from P9 7A
enterprises ind workshops in op-
eration In Iml
Agriculturally, the country DM
made important progress in NV-
cral areas. Since Israel s <-'"!>
lishmenl ai i sovereign nation in
May. i!48. she has established
450 agricultural villages. During
this period her cultivated area
increased from 412.5(H) atTes to
950.000, while the area under ir-
rigation more than trebled, from
72.000 acres to approximately
250.000.
The new pipeline to the Negev
THESE STARS WILL APPEAR
GLORIA Of HAVEN
MUfff WINTIKS
Progress MM be Keynote of '57
Israel Bond Inaugural Conference
Continued from Pag* 9A
business from foreign markets.
The Shimshon Cement Com-
pany has just begun to ship its
product to foreign countries. Ex-
port production is expected to in-
crease greatly, now that a second
kiln has been put in operation
The plant which receives Israel
Bond investment capital, antici-
pates an annual production rate
of 250,000 tons in 1957. instead of
the 80.000 it turned out prior to
the installation of the new kiln
I-rael Bond funds have been
used to modernize, expand and
improve the efficiency- of the
company. The factory 'has many
innovations, including ultra-mod.
ern design, a new drying system,
i::il its own quarries, which are
connected to the plant by a road
and a narrow gauge railway line
The 80,000 tons of cement pro-
duced annually by the factory
have heretofore been used almost
exclusively within the country
The quality of Shimshon cement
U wry hiKh Recent tests carried
out by the J. H. Hary Straneer
Laboratories of England (the in-
ternationally recognised labora-
tories for cement tasting] have
shown that Shinishons cement
greatly exceed* S()Im. ,,,.,,
B) over 100 percent the re-
quirements ol British Standards
specifications for Portland ce-
ment In fact, m many respects it
even exceeds ,he standards for
k-hardening cement, which
usually commands i high r
As a result of these findings,
Shimshon is convinced that it will
be able to obtain large-scale mar-
kets for its produce aboard. It
has already received several ex-
port orders.
The Shimshon company is now
making plans for further expan-
sion With the assistance of Israel
Bond dollars, Shimshon expects
to add at least two and possibly
three kilns to its operation within
the next twelve months, bringing
the production capacity up to
500000 to 625.000 tons annually
The design of the factory makes
this expansion possible at a rela-
tively small investment As a re-
sult both the capital cost per ton
,f ****** md the
Production of eement will
'' '"""'I to a minimum
TSJ5lJ**N Milk t. Israel
, P
at the
the
growth .; i .... ,
<'<> As result, another
product has
placed on sale throughout I-rael
pasteurized milk in bottl
Until a few months ago, milk
m Israel was sold by street ven-
dors, who went from house to
house, pouring out milk from
large canisters into housewives'
pots and pans. The milk was ex-
posed to the heat of the day and
the dust of the streets. In addi-
tion, the unusual taste of the
milk, which had to be boiled be-
fore it was safe for drinking pur-
Poses, did not encourage regular
consumption. Now, of course, bot-
tles of milk are delivered to the
door each morning.
! :.,(]. t
as an every.
cap.
Pcd with aluminum toil, milk
,. V' ia of UtmI
'/' ants.
,w" yeara ago
"'"> completi.
I
is now
Women's Division Moves into
High Gear for Bond Kickoff
Continued from Pag, oA
Mrs- Cantor. More than 200 worn- AmTnJ IL'se" SF. ?,"d ***
- Participate in this JS .....n 'J tSi^JSL^
** J nnie cTa' 'eader
event.
n "e *clock on Friday eve-
mng. Mrs Stavi,sky, on behalf of
he national Women's Division,
1S holdln* a" Oneg Shabbat a
the Rosewood room, for
----- "V/lll
foremost leaders, both
men
>o
the
and
'""cheon Tu: **>
w II make possible the creation of
about 30 new villages in the next
two years. A second Yarkon-
Negev pipeline of approximately
the same length as the first and
carrying its water supply to'the
Eastern Negev I* scheduled for
completion in 1958. Israel is also
working on several other major
irrigation projects. .
During the paM year, 22 nr\
village's .Were established m the
Negev, 18 of them irr trie newly*'-
planned Lakhish region. Kiryat
Gat is being built up as the in-
dustrial center of the region for
the processing of its industrial
crops, such as cotton, sugar beets
and peanuts.
In 1956 the yield of cotton cov-
ered 90 per cent of the local re-
quirements. By the end of 1957,
the region is expected to produce
and process enough cotton to sup-
ply the needs of Israel's entire
textile industry, thus saving at
least $6,000,000 in foreign cur-
rency.
In industry, as in agriculture,
Israel has been able to maintain
an encouraging rate of growth.
As an indication of her industrial
activity. Israel cites the increase
of the production and consump-
tion of electric power. Ttotal sales
of electric power have almost
quadrupled s.nce 1949. from 329,-
000.000 kilowatt-hours to 1,120,-
000.000 kilowatt hours, while the
consumption for industrial pur-
poses trebled, from 97,000,000
kilowatt hours to 316.000,000 kil-
owatt-hours.
During the pat twelve months,
industrial production increased
in value to 800.000,000 as com-
pared with $226,600,000 in 1949.
The industrial labor force in-
creased by some 5 per cent, from
126.200 to 132.500.
Significant strides have also
been made in the diversification
of industry. With Israel Bond aid.
new domestic and export markets
were established for the use of
Israeli steel, pipes, tires and rub-
Off. JAMtS C. HILUK
will participate

ber goods. elmrj
Paper products, !,.-
erators. radio sets, fW
<*mbly. Many of ?'
""? l0"' ra* material
.s.derable extant, *,'
tnem exclusively.
This year, Israel'*)
JUPtrt'd to earn or i
000 in hard en
savings are eaaaj
$25,000,000 i<7*,7L
up production in the tfj
Heletz, the copper miajj
the iron mines ol tmJ
north and of the $3
south, and the pho-phX
near Kurnub. and the*
ical plants near the
which are operated *jt)j
of Israel Bond funds
Shipments of potash
Dead Sea leave every
foreign markets, and
exploitations of phc
amic clay and shwai _
in the Negev has alreah]
These developments ar'|
to narrow Israel's
rency gap.
The plant of Fer _
Chemicals Ltd. at m,
already Israel's lanja)
and is growing rapidly
tural changes and the 1
tion of modernized
methods at the plant hwj
ed in annual earnings 4{
$7,000,000. including
in exports. Among ihr
stallations completed a 1
terprise this year was ai
acid plant, which is
80.000 tons of chemicals I
local and export markets, i
sion also took place at tie]
phosphate plant, which
producing 135,00ft teas i
tilizer annually, comp
100.000 tons a year ajij
phosphate salt plant is i
being constructed, and 1
pleted in March or April
is expected to produce i
at the rate of one tea tl
f:
Off. ABBA Mill
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ALYM\ RADKOWSKT^l
Top Physicist Believes Jewish Scientists Can be Orthodox
Editor's Noio: The author, a
member of Agudas Israel of
America, is Senior Physicist of
the Naval Reactors Branch of
the Atomic Energy Commis-
sion.
RECENTLY I State Department
official is alleged to have
stated that -no Jewish scientists
an Orthodox." While it has since
developed that the officials n -
marks were apparently misunder-
stood, it still seems worthwhile to
discuss the validity of the above
quoted statement, especially rJnee
among 'secular' Jews and even
among the Orthodox there seems
to be a widespread impres-ion
that science'and Orthodoxy are
antithetical. The writer is dis-
cussing the question from the
standpoint of a physical scienti-t
and is presenting his personal
opinion only.
In the first place the falsity of
the statement that "no Jewish
scientists are Orthodox" can be
demonstrated merely by citing
>uch examples to the contrary a-
Professors Frankel (Mathematics)
and Low (Nuclear Physics) of the
Hebrew University, and the Asso-
ciation of Orthodox Jewish Scien-
ti-t- iAOJS) in this country, com-
prising nearly a hundred ortho-
dox Jewish men and women occu-
pying important positions i" phy-
sical science wort in universities,
Government Laboratories, ami in-
dustry
Them are in fact several ran-
som why one should expect the
Orthodox Jews who enters the
physical in'id- la l"' unusually
successful These reasons
bowed primarily upon his educa-
tional and religious bockground
in Torah and are as follows:
ai He baa learned to think free-
ly and independently .and to ra-
ted courageously the convention-
al and the popular. He has no
qualms in taking a 'different' and
unusual approach, for in his en-
tire life he takes a minority view-
point, almost incomprehensible
to the godh's-. secular majority
b) His training in the Talmud
has taught him to question and
analyze unceasingly, and not to
rest until the full implications of
all sides of a question are clear.
c> Finally, he has mastered the
matchless eight and forty gates
for acquisition of the Torah as
set forth m the sixth chapter of
the Avoth which includes ruch
essential Steps for the masler\ of
science a- proper methods of
study and comprehension, love of
scholarship, and above all. hon-
in acknowledging the idem
of other- Iff who makes I -tate-
DAVID SCHWARTZ
At the President's Inauguration Affair
highly honored." said
I was eating a piece of "kugel"
' and reading about the Tnaug-
uration ceremony, and suddenly
I decided to go and see the Jew-
ish clergyman who was present at
the affair.
"Rabbi Seixa-." I -aid. "let me
congratulate you upon being se-
lected a- one of the 13 ministers
to be present at the inauguration
of the President "
"I feel
the rabbi.
"Would you care.'' I asked, "to
something to the readers ol
my paper about the President
and the Jc
"Well. I can say tin-." said the
rabbi, "the country i- fortut
in having for Us President a man
who is innately above all preju-
dice. Two ol the aides 11
during the war were, as you
know. Manuel Noah and Col.
Frank- Jews It may interest you
to know that the President is con-
sidering moving into the hou
Col. Frank-."
"What?" I asked. "Rabbi, what
do you think of the prospect- of
the country under the new Presi-
denl
Weil." -aid Rabbi Seixas, "that
i- a broad question. Wo -ball
grow greatly, but we are already
a great country. You know a few
I was e-timated that
our population was above the
three million mark.
"Three million." I remarked.
"that'- about a million more than
Israel."
"W( 11 he said, "at holars dif-
bout the population ol Israel.
Some give the population ol an-
cient l-rael above four mil-
lion, but we cannot know."
"Will." I -aid. "Philadelphia
and Chicago each have over three
million."
"I am sorry
but I never heard of Chi.-.,.
lu-t then. I rubbed my ,
That'- what you get from eating
"kugel." 1 -aid to m>-clt I had
dosed oil and interviewed Rabbi
Gershom Seixas the Jewish min-
ister who wa- present at Gen.
Waashington's, not Gen, Eisen-
hower -. inauguration.
ment in the name of the origina-
(, brtafi redemption to the
world "i
The secularist studies science
with the ultimate hope of deriv-
ing therefrom material bcnclit-
The emphasis on pure' science
and 'basic' research is based upon
the tact that m the past SUCH sat-
isfaction of human ciino-itv ha-
resulted In immeasurable, com-
pletely unanticipated advances in
man's palpable c. inabilities As
the Wall Street .Journal and For-
tune magazine tell us unceasingly,
Pure research pays dividends."
The scientists' contribution to
civilization in this respect is quite
analogous to the oil prospector
who eventually hits upon a Rush-
er; he is not creating but rather
discovering properties in Nature
which the Creator placed there.
This is borne out especially by the
frequency of independent and al-
m,-t simultaneous discoveries,
and by the disillusionment of
many would-be inventors after a
patent office search.
Quite different is the attitude
of the Orthodox Jew towards
science. He. of course, appreciates
the material benefits resulting
from science in enhancing man's
powers in fulfilling the command-
ment. "Rule the earth and con-
quer it." On the other hand he
nixes that the fruit of the
Tree of Knowledge is not for eat-
Ing, (or gross physical exploita-
tion The primary purpose of the
study of science i- to the Ortho-
dox Jew a means of arriving at a
better understanding of the wis-
dom and greatness of the Holy
(inc. Blessed be He. as revealed
in the universe which He created.
Tin- point of view is expressed by
many of our sage- (cf Saadyah
Gaon, and the Malbim. Commen-
t.irv on Psalm 145.41.
On the other hand Judaism has
been favored by d-d through a
special act of love with the
Torah which provide- a means of
anticipating and embracing in all
.....Dtial respects the understand-
ing ol thfl Ways of the Almighty
which otherwise mankind could
possibly attain only through many
centuries ,,i experience end scien-
tific study.
ROHIS SMOLAR
ON'TWE

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THREE BHAVI MEN (20th ComWFo.) e. u.
nine. Produced by Herbert B.y.rd SwepJ f"tH
THIS MOVIE is based on the Pulitzer PriIl,
1 ten by Anthony Lewis in the Wariest ^
particularly, it is based on the ordeal of Ahrah
the American Jewish Year Book (1955, puts :, *'
a scientific post with the Navy on the basis af "
sworn accusations on April 7. 1854. and reinabt!T
1954." It is some of the agony and heartbreak 52 I
cool words, and some of the stalwart AmencanZiz!!'
that the film conveys. ncamsm mang
Ernest Bormiine turns in his usual exceii,*
Bernie Goldsmith, the solid citizen who after '
Navy Department (Chasanow was employed in ,u"!
graphic Office), is suddenly dismissed as s sew,*
His job is sensitive, and his dossier reveals a "oattf -
consonant with complete loyalty His accused
The second brave man is their young attorney m
a tough hearing several months later, he wins for ha
mendation for reinstatement. Inexplicably the heir
overruled by the Navy. Public indignation meeting*!
the power of the press, force the Navy to take a L*i
upon the third brave man. the Assistant Secretary ofta.1
Jagger). publicly reverses himself, apologizes handsoJ,]
hands all around.
"This is the story the Navy wanted told
which agencies will go to safeguard the sacred rights el
Apparently, however, the Navy did not want the dJ]
other than the rame "Goldsmith" and a brief refereani
there is no mention in the picture of the burning rig
Semitism which were flung at the security investigate j
cause. It is likely, though, that including'this issue |
struled the movie's appeal considerably, besides lett.
criticism of "undermining our democracy" and stimngfjaj
And it is very important that this picture be seal
possible.
For besides the obvious moral, it points up two thisM
is the government's "case"; that they have, after all. tut
ing beforehand whether a suspicious "pattern" of seta
that of a dangerous man or a totally innocent one; L
out. there is bound to be some hurt The other i thei1
tion of Goldsmith's accusers as people ranging from I
to the vicious, but each as unAmerican as the other. Oet|
by the investigators to show them where Goldsmith hast
munistic phrases, points to ". without regard toi
color" in a booklet. This evokes a timid laueh from*,
but on the screen, the investigators shake their heads I
grimly, and walk away. Close-up of the man's wild eja
a bigot.
"Three Brave Men" is now playing at the Cana,|
Miracle theaters. Wometco deserves great credit forj
picture to its screens, and I certainly hope it i!I bei
heavy crowds, it not letters of praise.
Dag Charged With Voicing Distaste for Premier M
Ell MUM G. LIFT
IJNITED NATIONS .Secretary General Dag Ham-
mankjold makes no secret of the fact that he
i- prejudiced against Israel's premier David Ben
Gurion He talk- freely about it to people with
whom he discusses the Arab Israel problem His
' !l feelings against Hen Gunon
intensified since the entrance of
into Sinai.
have been
Israeli troops
Irwin Allen Gets Ahead in Filmland
Holly?
QROUCHO Marx. ci.rro.ti> be
lore the cameras
Studios, portrays Dutchman
Minuit, hist rpest
real estate man. who .
Manhattan Island from the An
can Indian- for $24 in 1826 The
a part of the mot
picture "The Storj of Mankind,"
h is being produced and ,li-
i by frwin Allen. Groucho's
close Iriend ever -nice the two
worked together on the screen
comedy "Double Dynamit
I met Irwin Allen 13 years ago.
when the young man was conduct-
ing a dairy radio program on Hol-
lywood personalities. Alien has
gotten ahead in the world since,
has been a syndicated newspaper
columnist, and became the first
one to create a panel show on
television.
After his association with the
Groucho Marx Frank Sinatra
Jane Russell starrer, "Double
Dynamite," Irwin took an active
i'"1'' hi the pioduction ol
films, "When Dai i .
' Girl mi. ,,,.
broke awi
Him makin

and
'

'" Join RKO studio.
to transpose to the screen
''Nor The
d Us." I,,,- W|
the screei
Mter winning an \, menu
Awardl* embarked on an even
ore difficult venture to produce
lli-Ai..maiw , h,.lor> "' animal life on this
Pfnetbacktoltabegint
billion vears ego,
"The .Nv Mankind." hi, i
Bondrlk v.,n Loon's best
r, is the eon-ummation of Irwin
Allen's trflogj of motion pictuTS
which encompa-e- lhl. ,' ,.
development of anima
few weel'T; 5fl !!"n <;"r",n ,0'd him n,y
i'u weeks before the Sinai campaign that he was
ESS SET?" There,,,,,, he fe^;
, "i" '' > "-leading informa-
"on given to him by Ben Gurion wh-n h n.
""'d with him last
Urion when he con-
m Jerusalem. Contrary to
verage
Gallup Poll.
or Indian Premier Nehru Mr. Ha
impatient with the tempo of Ifl
from Sinai. To persons pleading
tience, he advances the arguraesll
took no more than four days ft
to occupy the Sinai Peninsula.
why the Israeli withdrawal should I
has been known for some urn* n
Nations circles that Mr. Hammtn
judiced sentiments against Israel
However, never before ha* bJ
spoken on the subject as after the.
All indications point to the fart'
marskjold's influence on AraWsrsHI
increase with the stationing of
troops on the Kgvptian Israeli bonl
that President Elsenhower stroajti
ing UN troops there until the A""
di-putes are settled.
The poll established that the Israel Premi
'-' ft -verage ErStoTS
wtnr, of State John foster Dull
Busau &AWTEM
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m
fummander represent. th7 brael military
an'' entry t0,!1,,I.;rh'.r^rnmen in G.
military. requires permits from the
The roads connecting Israel pwP
merty Egyptian occupied terrnarj
dition. partly because there
traffic of UN personnel th"
partly because both Israel a*?
situated quite close to the i ^
line and the old roads conl"u^,,
settlements. w.tsel
Cleee to what used to *
the Israel military police
must stop and show their enir} r
military vehicles. ApprwrtJ.,
proper there is another rnew-^
mits must be shown H^Z
enter the city must be 4


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y^om t*Ae rdabbi s f^ulpit
Worship Still Common Today
mother ta a srrifj of article* prepared by spiritual
r" |,f re fur The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
Wuh the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Abroli-m
Lit of Tijereth Israel Korthnde Center, is coordinator of this
I
iBBI MINARD KLEIN
iTempie Beth El
Hollywood
Ljcates "I the twentieth
|will probably be shocked
, ih ii our civilization has
I little in a number of re-
irom civilization three
; u ,n ;ii>o. Marked sim-
ind visible parallelism
r The story f the golden
lich OUT scclrah for this
fates, Is a case in point.
la will-known tale which
_ how the children of Is-
Ight to cover themselves
|e mantle of holiness in
nent by declaring their
Bed willingness to abide
decalogue's sublime or-
; yet m the very next
they debased themsel-
Iriolatiny the second com-
Lnt. to "Have no other
MUGHTING TIME
n 14 5:56 p.m.
xbvath <^<
gods before me," and built a
golden calf to which they bowed
dowji.
What is not so well known is
that although the golden call was
destroyed long ago, idol wor-hip
is still a common practice among
people today.
Perhaps the idols or gods do
not have the same shape or form
as they did in ages past. We are
too subtle for that. Our gods are
psychological. They mold our
ideas, they shape our thinking,
and we literally bend the knee be-
fore them giving them our un-
ceasing devotion. Luxury, social
status, and personal glory are
some of the better known gels in
whose service we have sold our-
selves oft times to the exclusion
of all else.
Worship of these false gods
often demands a high price. Dig-
nity and self-respect many times
are laid upon the sacrificial altar
for these ends.
The trouble with our world to-
day is that the worship of the
one true God is still not firmly
established Like the ancient
children of Israel, men still vio-
late the second commandment by
creating their own golden calves.
God may be recognized today, but
emergency." Here Is where Gnd
live*, and not in our hearts as he
should.
I mil men come to realize that
there can only be one God in
their live-, and that is the God
about whom their faith teaches,
they will have no real peace of
mind or peace of soul. The words
of John Kuskin contain an ever-
lasting truth: "God will put up
with a great many things in the
human heart, but there is one
thing that he will not put up with
in it a second place. He who
offers. God a second place, offers
him no place."
The second commandment,
then, is still of Jhe utmost impor-
tance to remember and by which
to live. "Thou shalt have no other
gods before roe thou shalt not
bow down to them nor serve
(hem ."
RABBI MNfARD KU.'N
. violate commandments
he is not truly served. He is mere-
ly one in a pantheon of gods. As
long as things go well with us,
God is relegated to playing sec-
ond fiddle in our lives.
But let sorrow find us. illness
strike us, or a personal crisis ari where the false gods are of no
avail, and frantically do we turn
to that little niche in the mind
labelled, "use only in case of
ervtces in
^Jr cater ^sVli
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
New.
mofli "Shall W-
Acrrjil I '. n. bi !-.- K
l.vlilllil'l llHl
a m. Bar Mttxvahi
l.jnvi.l. mii "f Mr. eajd .\l
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th t. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowltz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 1:18 p.m. doe*) speaker: i >r
Max Arat. vice ohaneellor ot tha .lew-
l-li Thaolorti il SVmlnarj i
t:45 a.m. Harmon: "Weekly Portion."
Bai MltSvaJi: 1 '.hirUm, moii of Mi and
Mrs. B|
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
.',V'lBy t:lt ''m 3I7 alePrlck
Hail, i nivt r.-itv of Miami main cemp-
ii.s. Mnel dtacuaaton: "I'ndprata
Teen-Arera." Moderator: Dr. l,ui
Rofel, payctilatrlat.
a
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th t. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
l'i Ida It p in i; i. er: Mr.
H .1 Berglda, In bonoi ot Bo) B. i|
week mi.-- Bhabbel heal
;., Baturdaj
Pennon: "Spiritual (Hi Ft* q
la.'*

TEMPLE BETH SHO'.OM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Pridaj I n: "A Lettei

Baa Mltavah: Vera, daoshtei ol Mr
.tnil Mra Max Rothfeld.
n of m. ivtin hia cltlaen
n a.m. S.-.....ii
''Weekly Portion."

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
Trial
r the Molti n <":iif Baturda.) 9 a.m.
I K.iilu."
a
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Prldai 1:15 p m. ker! Mr.
Lao Miiiilhii. n.-\. edttoi of Tha Jew*
i i ii. ropic: "'I ii-
Jewihil Been I a.m.
Be......ii. "Weekly Poi tlon."
MH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
hodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
|*i p.m Saturday R:30 a.m.
I of I 'harlty."
.in i Mra. Ixuih
EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

[DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
P've. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
ntor William W. Llpson.
I -' speaker; Max
' the National Con-
1 nil Jawa. Tonic:
Hmtharhood." Sat-
Mitsvah Michael.
1""1 M Ixiula Ml-haloff:
ol Mi and Mra. Kriwaifl
EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
[Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
' irtlav R:3 nm
I'ing the Thlnae
a
JEMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
Nrvtiv.. Rabbi David W.
Itlofl oervlir
' iturday 9 a.m.
a |
ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
R*bbi H. Louis Rott-
rmnn: "Idol or
, inr- 8atu
f Meed tor Boul
a
[JACOB. 301-311 Washin0-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
por Maurice Mamches.
^RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
x- Rabbi Arie Becker.
[TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Rbbi Joseph E. Rackov-
*AY JEWISH CENTER.
* a
LR-GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Helm.
Kiiilav ", p.m. Dean George Aptoy. chah-man ..r the
Hiiiiihii lti-l.iliniia department of the
Unlveralty of Miami. Topic: "Urn
Probiema in Inter-Cultural Kdu.a-
tlon" Saturday 8:S0 a.m. gtrnwn:
"Idol Worahip In the 20th Century."
e e
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
lale. Reform, Rabbi Marius Ren-
sen.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Gross.
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
Friday 1:11 nm r
M Franklin Willlama. vice president
of the Unlveralty of Miami, direotei >!
community affalra. Topic: "Vlewa on
i'! Middle Puit Pert I." Saturday 9
a.m.
e e e
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
th st., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gertx officiates.
e e e
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
e e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi Davi'd Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
Friday *:jo p.oi Bermon: "Tribute
uimi
aad ChaUanara to Hadaaah Oneg
shaiittat boata: Mra. i>avid Peldman
unii Mra. Penny Bktrnberar, Saturday
a.m. Bermon: "Weekly Portion."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ten Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
Friday V1 and 1:11 p.m. Sermon:
"Peeing Life's Difficulties." Saturday
8 a.m. liar Mltzvah: Lewis, aon of
Mr. and Mra. Morris llaber.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
eve. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday l:M p.m. Forum between
Rahul David I^-hrfleld and hia father
Rahbi I.. J. I-ehrfleld on the role of
ii.. Rabbi thioiixh the ages. Saturday
8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion."
e e e
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday 1:11 p.m. Baa Mltzvah: Ita
Mm.i Beker; daII Irene Llebman. Bat-
urdav R:M a.m. Sermon: "Weekl)
n."
e e
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
end NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
i an \ \-, |i m. Bermon: "A Hte-
torlral im-IkIii Baturdaj I a.m. Ber-
mon: Redeemlm Youi Boul."
e
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Friday ." and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "If
I.in .in Lived Ti.ii.i-. Bel irdaj : a,m
Bermon: "Weekly Portion."
e a
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday l:H p.m. Berason: "The Cane
of the Second Law." Saturday 11 a.m.
e a
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Frtdai 1:11 p.ag Beresoei "i-ettera
to My Son." Boy SBOOta lrtlclpatlng
In s.i vie-: Kilgar Mlllei Ji Johnhy
Flaher, Steven Green. Saturday :4J
a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Jeffrey, aon of Mr.
and Mra. Morry Yeager.
e
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17tft
st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
Friday :.:30 and 8:tn p.m. BJueal
speaker: Senator Jo*. Baton. I
tatlon to Uabhi Waxman, on the o, -
DEX YIDDISHER FORUM
MEETS EVERY SATURDAY, 8 p.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL
CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16th
Speaker:
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Subject:
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...SOCIALITE
CJA faces ... At the Hon. Harry S. Truman
dinner the night of Feb. 12 at the Seville hotel
. Sen. and Mrs. Claud* Pepper getting a round
of applause Nautilus court's Mr. and Mrs.
Jules Gillette Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Welfsen and
the Lee Ratners Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taran
tolling friends the latest news of daughter Gar-
Sam Blanks talking animatedly with Mr. and Mrs. Abe
The Simonhoff brothers (Harry and Sam) smiling up at
(Mrs. Sam) Simonhoff, who was on the dais Jennie
' and Oida Rubin talking about the same thing what a
ful man Dr. Frederick Lachman is He's here, from Israel
American Friends of the Hebrew University .
he David (Citizen's Federal of Hialeah) Stusins and the Sam
.uchs.. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Linick ... The George Talianeffs
Mrs. Moses Kri*ger about their lovely daughter Susan .
id Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk And many, many others.
"weet sixteen" party honoring Stephanie Gladstone was
[this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gladstone,
R\V 14th -( Scene was the Seheherezade room at the
k hotel "Stephie" attends Miami High and is a member
| BBG "Debs" and Phi Sigma Tau .
nests included Cynthia Bott, Bonnie Dubbin, Dawn Grossman,
Meyer, Bobbe Bsrmin, Maddy Demsky, Suzanne T*itl*r,
Rubin and Laura Goldin Also Rlkki Feldan, Sharon
n, Phyllis Feldman, Linda Frank, Lea Levin, Fran Hem-
Susan Krisel, Judy Midgen and Marcia Nurenberg .
I)sn pro-wit were the Max Friends and Mrs. Seymour Friend,
hilip R*nd and Mrs. Welter Falk Mrs. Edwin Gladstone
ts. Irving Gladstone and Mrs. Pearl Elkin.
Btk from Cuba is the whole Wolfson family, who made the
|tn help celebrate the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Wolfson The merry party included Lynn and Louis
Mi and Frankie and Jack Waxenberg, daughter and son-in-law
Wolfsons Also Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Waxenberg, Mrs.
lm Wolfson, Mrs. George Margolis of Davenport, Iowa, and
M. A. Lightman of Memphis, Tenn. .
fcrs. Mitchell Wolfson, who is president of the UM Symphony
|i> back in the swing of plans for the Club's annual Flamingo
up March 1 at Hialeah Where else would you get
|lar Island- Polly (Mrs. Baron) deHirsch Meyer is expecting
from syndicated financial and economies columnist Sylvia
on Feb 21 Mrs. Porter has a "Date With the Press" at
ma Phi luncheon at the Seville hotel on Feb. 28.
>>>>><<<
fnminK- and yoings Refugees from Chicago's icy winds
Ir. and Mrs. David Manaster He's president of the Kosher
[Sausaue Company of Chicago Headquarters for their
(Ion i- tin Stirling hotel, where they'll be for the balance of
kason .
|inri heading north last week was Bob Goldberg, son of Mr.
Mrs. Jules Goldberg, of 3800 N. Meridian ave. Bob was
|York City-bound The reason? ... It all began with one
te neatly-typed letters headed "Greetings!" And there
rre. in the Army.
fell G was the golden wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs.
i Shafkin. ol 5414 Pinetree dr. They were guests of honor
[party given by Faith Chapter 255, Order of the Eastern
. Mr. Shafkin is worthy patron of the chapter, and Mrs.
Hn i- secretary .
I was ju-t ton years ago exactly that Mr. Shafkin was the vic-
W an armod robber in his jewelry store Both he and his
jtary were wounded seriously by bullets But you can't
(a good man down ... As soon as he was up, he was back at
pies as a member of B'nai B'rith. Zionist Organization of
pea. Mahi Shrine. Elks Club, Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
t. and the Better Business Bureau ... All this, and he's
e onlv original member of the Miami Beach Planning
Jr. Shafkin was one of five men sent to Europe after World
to appraise- diamonds Mrs. Shafkin is no stay-at-home.
She's active in American Jewish Congress, and has
[president of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood.
>>>>c<
Bpcakine of A.ICongress. the Louise -Branch-is Chapter held a
card party with-a-purpose Feb. 13 at the VFW Hall on West
Proceed- went to the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Center
pgement- with a helping hand from Jerry (Mrs. 1-arry) Fried-
Vivien (Mrs. James)'Paulen was in charge of social
>>>>><<
Pat gal-, -0(.ne in tne Eden Roc ,ast Feb 9 was tne fifth
rls anniver-ary celebration for Alcene and Martin Brandt,
L, y. 25,h The party was thrown by Aleene's mother.
U(Vkr$h Piek* and included tne Lu, Heftels and other mem-
l0' the immediate family Very glum at missing all the fun
I' e Br"dt't sweet little four-year-old, Tony Akan But he
eonsoiori by the fact that brand-new baby sister Kathy had to
ln<"ne, too.
national Women's Committee of Lsrael Bonds will honor Ida
" apple Cid-e") Cantor at a luncheon Feb. 15 in the Seville
Idau tiAls present wi" he f 'he well known number of
L Marilyn, who is a good speaker for Israel Bonds in
rn right, and J.n.t .
nU gr'1"',cnildren are also in the party .One of them is
* a chip off the family tradition ... But did you know a
run" 'akcn the ^S* 0** ** all-giri-priority? ... His name
"an
e|.
Kit ,'!. *' Ch*r -< welcomed Gotham's Miss Rita
'"ttiwr Bayfront Manor apartment last week Rita and
t *cnt lo school together They've been friends ever
_Cherles pilots one of those big jobs for National Air-
bj .,"'' L,d also welcomed Charles' mother in Feb. 11 .
r s,ay a week.
^liV,
oman s
"W.rU
^Jem^hMosMkm
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 15, 1957
Section B
Pictured are first presidents of seven new
divisions recently formed by Greater Miami
Section of National Council of Jewish Women.
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is Section president. Left
to right (top) are Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Mrs.
Robert Lewin and Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Seated
are Mrs. Samuel Berlin, Mrs. Robert Schwartz,
Mrs. Lehman, Mrs. Norman Tatar and Mrs.
Leo Alpert.
Flagler-Granada choral group rehearse? for
Jewish Music Festival. Seated are (left to right)
Mrs. Harry Schmidt, Mrs. A. B. Croner, Mrs.
Rowland S. Fink. Standing are Mrs. Paul Drai-
xar, director, Mrs. Jack Altman. Mrs. Sonny
Sperling, Mrs. Edward N. Moore, Mrs. George
M. Malin, Mrs. Joseph Uram. Not present were
Mrs. Joseph Masters, Mrs. Ray Levin and Mrs.
Bernard Lapin.
Music Festival Reaches
Climax Here Sunday
The final program for the 1957
community-wide Jewish Music Fes
tival, which will take place Sunday
night at Temple Israel, has been
announced by Cantor Jacob Born-
stein, coordinator. The program is
sponsored by the greater Miami
Jewish Community Center with the
cooperation of the Cantors Assn.
Sidney Stiller is chairman of the
Festival planning committee.
Theme of "Hope Through Jew-
ish Musk" is being developed
for the concert, with a narration
by Cantor Bornstein, and will
draw upon various phases of
Jewish music, ranging from lit-
urgical and Yiddish to modern
Israeli, In an attempt to show
how this music has inspired the
Jewish people throughout the
gas. Staging director for this
presentation will be Albert Hur-
witi.
Cantor Israel Reich, now in his
first year with Temple Emau-El,
will be introduced to the commun-
ity at large in this program, which
he will share with the Temple
Emanu-El choir, directed by Jo-
seph Schriebman.
Cantor Samuel Keiemcr, of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, will present a
dramatic reading with musical il-
lustrations based upon a story by
Y. L. Peretz, "The Philosophy of
a Melody," with orchestral accom-
paniment. An original Yiddish
translation of a liturgical excerpt
from "Lsaiah" has been prepared by
Cantor Berele Kelemer of the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion.
Temple Judea Sinfonietta, con-
ducted by Robert Strassburg,
will offer Strassburg's own "Cha-
nukah Symphony." The orogram
will be opened and closed by the
Flagler-Granada choral group,
directed by Mrs. Paul Dreixar, in
Israeli and Yiddish folk selec-
tions.
Among new performers in this
area will be Joan Stein, now with
the faculty of the Miami Conserva-
Continued on Page 4 B
"Lamentation" from Leonard
Bernstein's "Jeremiah Sym-
phony" will be one of fea-
tured selections at Jewish
Music Festival. Standing is
Mary Wynn, soprano, re-
hearsing with Joan Stein,
pianist. Mrs. Stein, on faculty
of Miami Conservatory, will
also present a qroup of piano
selections at Sunday night
festival in Temple Israel.
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a fresh, new, distinctively differ-
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old-world taste qualities for which
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Cuisine for Experts
Opens on Causeway
A new restaurant featuring "cul
sine tor discriminating people'
has been opened at 1601 Tilth ii
ewaj U ami Beach under th<
name of Nick and Arthur's,
Formerly with the Belmont hotel
in New York, the Shelbome, At
lantic City. 21 years with the Park
Kosln'i- Poultrv
See it Alive & Healthy *
Sove 50c (o SI.00 on Every Ch.'elren
DAILY SPECIALS FOR FREEZER
into small
toothpick- with horse radish or fish
cocktail sauce, or u a delicious
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Avenue. Miami Beach, and the past antl Wved on cracker- it- alao
three year- at the Ne Plantation fine quick lunch, served in a bed
in Hallandale, Nick and Arthur 0f lettuce with hard-boiled eees
nave opened their own establish- ...i ,iu~i .__.....
it the 7JKh -t. location where
they will -penalize in charcoal
broiled steaks and "delectable
dishes to tempt
pered palate
the most pam
and sliced tomatoe-.
.Mother- Frozen Gefilte Fish is
now on sale in groceries, super-
market-, speciait) -hop- and deli-
cate-en- throughout the country
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ich Underground Heroine Slated
To Bring Message to CIA Volunteers
tench wartime underground
who personally was resoon-
|for saving the lives of thou-
Jewish children in occu-
Europe, will be featured at
Jown luncheon Unlimited
fof the Combined Jewish Ap-
Ln Tuesday noon, at the Mc-
fcr hotel.
ncheon chairman Mr. Sol
rman has announced that
Paulette Oppert, who re-
returned from a survey
| ef Israel and tht Middle
|| describe har racant
> Israel and the traqlc
It of thousand* of new Im-
nts pouring into tha eoun-
rom Egypt, Hungary, North
and some Iron Curtain
tries.
was an eye witness to "Op-
Magic Carpet" by which
Chartered planes were flying
refugees from inaccessible
countries to Israel. Mme.
and her husband, both of
Dined the Maquis when the
ieg hit France, were not
fortunate.
me Auxiliary
its Federation
|ul.ir monthly meeting of the
rr Miami Women's Auxiliary
Jewish Home for the Aged
held Monday noon at the
hotel
program will be dedicated
Greater Miami Jewish
^ration, and tha leaders of
Women's Division of Fader-
will speak.
;ncliule Mrs. Irving Lehr-
llr>. Samuel Simnnhoff, Mrs.
jKrin-ky and Mrs. Bernard
Ihe same program, Mrs. Louis
will sing folk songs, and
|piano selections played by
Uelico\ and Aida Yaslo
ted. Mrs Louis Makovsky is
i chairman.
Ha was captured by tha Nazis
and diad a hero's death rather
than betray his associates.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is assisting
Mrs. Silverman as co-chairman of
the Women's Division third big
fund raising event, which is expect-
ed to attract some 500 women.
Others assisting the chairman
are Mrs. Moe Feingold, Mrs. Meyer
Baskin and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro,
In addition, those who have beeo
assigned important positions in the
Luncheon Unlimited event include
Mrs. Sam Stark, organization at-
tendance chairman; Mrs. Harry
Platoff, reservations and tickets
chairman; Mrs. Murray Lazarus, ar-
rangements chairman; Mrs. Ber-
nard Stevens, program chairman;
and Mrs. George A. Graham, dec-
orations chairman.
Mrs. Allan Greenberg will act as
co-chairman of hostesses with Mrs.
Moe Feingold.
mm. AlUfTTE OWT
Rose Ball-Flower Festival Begins
Activities With Beauty Queen Contest
BZB Girls Install New Officers
Harriet Sadoff was installed pres-
ident of BZB B'nai B'rith Girls at
a meeting Sunday in the home of
Miss Libby Platt.
Other officers installed by Miss
Barbara Pearl are Terry Hellman,
first vice president; Libby Platt.
wins the coveted crown will reign
at the Rose' Ball, which is the
evening event.
Art Giles and his two orchestras
will be on hand' to provide con-
tinuous dance music, and the tal-
ents of Lou Weber and Janis Wads-
worth will be on the entertainment
program.
Mayor Randall Christmas has de-
clared Mar. 3 to 9 "Miami Rose
Week," and many local merchants
will be showing rose displays to
commemorate the occasion. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the Sight Con-
servation Fund of Greater Miami's
22 Lion's Clubs. The area's 1,700
Lion members support the Light-
house for the Blind and are active
in sight conservation work in local
schools.
second vice president; Sandy Ros-
enfeld, treasurer; Dianne Peretz-
man, recording secretary.
Gail Brock, corresponding secre-
tary; Sue Grossman, MIT mother;
Lynn Ahearn, sergeant-at-arms;
Barbara Foosaner, parliamentarian;
Harriet Bloom, assistant treasurer;
and Judianne Rood, chaplain.
New members are Doris Shaber-
man, Bobbi Yeager, Michelle Mey-
ers, Harriet Bloom, Debbie Silver-
man, Corky Patronage, Letitia Fast
and Francine Ziperson.
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The Rose Ball-Flower Festival,
scheduled for Mar. 0 at Bayfront
Park auditorium, gives every in-
dication of being the most spec-
tacular affair in its eight-year his-
tory.
Al Merwarth, committee chair-
man, is predicting a record atten-
dance at the day-long event be-
cause of the many added features
of this year's program.
"Greater Miami's Florists'
Assn. is contributing $50,000
worth of roses and other flowers
to the decoration of the Audi-
torium," Merwarth announced.
"The combined attractions of
flower show, art exhibit, fashion
show. Beauty Queen and Rose
Ball should draw a big audi-
ence," he added, "and we hope
to be able to hand the Lions a
check for $20,000 for their Sight
Conservation Fund."
As in years past, the florists will
be setting up their lavish displays
in the dark hours of the morning
on Mar. 9, preparatory to the for-
mal opening at 2 p.m. An art ex-
hibit will feature original land-
scape and still life paintings by
local artists. Both live models and
mannequins will introduce Jordan
Marsh's "Go Wild with Pink" col-
lection, which is the Fashion Show
theme, and they will be shown
from 16 individual, flower-bedeck-
ed stages rather than the usual
runway.
The beauty contest to select
the Rose Ball Qun and her
Court of four attendants has at-
tracted Dade county's loveliest
girls, and the fudges will make
their difficult decision at a kick-
off press luncheon to be held
Saturday at Miami Springs Vil-
las. The American beauty who
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Music Festival Reaches
Climax Here Sunday
Continued from Po* 1 B
tor?, who will present the Prelude
i hessidic Dance." by Richard
Neumann. "Palestinian Danes." by
Julius Chajes; and "Little Btety,"
.jr Weinrr She will al-o ac-
companj MJ Wjma, soprano, in
performance of the lamenta-
Mr. and Mrs. "Robbie" Robinson are hosts to Combined Jewish
Appeal Hotel Division at dinner party honoring division vol-
unteers. Shown with couple are Mr. and Mrs. David Levinson.
Nearly 400 hotels are expected to participate in this year's
Combined Jewish Appeal, which has set a near-S3.000.000
goal for world-wide Jewish needs._______________^__
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Good housewives do not wait tor just surface clean Fab makes
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Mich as Purim comes around they
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'hat effort will be more rewarding
ii you use three fine pro
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\ a is v nderful for all
Festive Coffee
For Purim Fete
Recently we heard someone say.
Tm a man of simple ta^te; the
best is p>od enough (or me." And
the best should be "good enough"
for all of us. particularly during
holiday time when we want to give
something extra to our meal-
Now that Purim is approaching,
we therefore suggest you stock up
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tion" from the "Jeremiah Sym-
phony." by taonard Bernstein.
Mrs. Stein received her training
at the Curtis Institute and the
Juilliard School of Music and has
hci ii a music arranger for national
television programs. Mrs. Wynn
ha- been a synagogue soloist and
has aNo appeared in radio and TV.
The following organizations have
been officially represented on the
Festival planning committee: Bsttv
hinical Assn Conference of Jowi-h
Women's Organizations, Miami arid
Miami Beach Hadassah, National
Council of Jewish Women. Brother-
hood of Temple Judea, and the Sis-
terhoods of Temple Israel. Temple
Emanu-El. Temple Beth Sholom,
and Congregation Beth David.
Friday,
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day evening, Feb 19, at Temple
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I February IS, 1957
+Jewlst)fk)rknar7
. Remittances
'the approach of Passover,
,ein> on the eve of Apr. 15,
Jment was made Wednes-
[ |/nited Hias Service, world-
Lish migration agency, that
wishing (o transmit cash
residents in Israel may do
Lgh the agency's remittance
Set for Israel
The remittances are paid in Is
rael currency, at the rate of IL 1.80
for each American dollar, which is
the best possible rate.
Thara is no limitation on tho
amount which a ramittar may
sand. United Hias makas no
eharo- # ? aapvlaa. A *# nt
Pago 5 6
50 cants is, however, collected
with each remittance to defray
tha banking transfer charge
made to the United Hias office
in Israel.
The amount ol t:ie remittances,
plus 50 cents for each remittance,
can be sent to United Hias Service,
425 Lafayette st. New York 3, NY.,
or to any fja&fl Hias branch of-
fice, for soeedv trtnarair,
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I best represents the life and cus- prose or poetry of any length. All
! toms of American Jews is being manuscripts must be submitted by
I offered by the library of the New August 15, 1957. The winner will
I Haven Jewish Community Center, be announced Oct. 30, two weeks
: an affiliate of the National Jewish before the beginning of the annual
1 Welfare Board. observance of Jewish Book Month.
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L~,i Sn theKealm of Society
Pullman, Levine
Exchange Vows
On Sunday, Feb. 10. Miss Wilma
Joyce Pullman and Allan N. Levine
exchanged 6:30 p.m. weddint; vows.
Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at
the candlelight ceremony in the
Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Pullman. 635 Cata-
lonia ave.. Coral Gables. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Levine. Portland. Me.
The bride was assisted by Miss
Sharee Zach. maid of honor, and
Mrs. Ted Aidman. her sister, as
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Frances Brenner. Iri> Etaber
and Frances Levine, the groom I
sister. Linda Aidman was flower- f
girl.
The groom had as his best man |
his brother, irwin Levine. Stanley
Newman. Dave Weiner. Te.l Aid-
man and Karl Kaplan were ushen
Chantilly lace and pure silk taf-
feta fashioned the bridal
with scooped lace neckline and
long lace sleeves featuring a mold-
ed bodice of pleated taffeta The
bouffant lace and taffeta skirt with
a chapel train was highlighted with
a bouffant taffeta bustle Her
crown of orange blossoms held her
four-tiered fingertip veil of pure
silk French illusion.
She carried two white orchids
with streamers ol lilies-ol Ihi
ley on a white Bible.
The bride i- ti of Miami
s< nior High School and atti
University ol Florida. The 11
groom graduated from Bentley Col- Women's Club, Workmen's cir-
lege. Boston. Mass., and is an ac- de Branch G'2. will hold a banquet
countant. Sunday evening at 25 Washington
A reception on the terrace of tl
Algiers hotel and a dinner for 280 This year'- annual (unction will
in the Rubaiyat room followed the celebrate 28 year- of the club's
i emony. After a honeymoon trip existence. Chairman will be Mrs
i New Orleans, the couple will re- Harrj Spivack Mrs [sidor Gold is
'"''' fi"' m charge ol reservations.
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Women's Club
States Banquet
Krivit, Marcus
To Live on Beach
Mia Faith Leartore Krivit and
Gerald Lawrence Marcus were unit-
ed in marriage at candlelight
ceremony in the Rubaiyat room of
the Algiers hotel On Sunday. Feb.
3. at 6:30 p in. with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mr- II M Krivit. of 7541 Hi-pan-
ola. Miami Beach The groom is the
son of Mr and Mr- Joseph Mar-
cus. 3445 Garden ave., Miami
Beach,
Mi I.olly Schlesinger. of Chi-
was maid of honor Miss Kl-
len Sinslej and Bonnie Tubin were
bridesmaids, and Rohyn Tubin was
flowergirl.
Robert Marcus WM In- brother's
beat man Mr. Jack Lependori was
u-her. and Master Harvey Marcus.
brother of the groom, was ringbear-
er.
The bride chose a ballerina-
length gown of imported French
lace and tulle. A crown of import-
ed seed pearls held her three-tier-
ed, fingertip veil of French illu-
sion. She carried white orchids
and itephanotis on a white ratio
Bible, whuh was a gift from the
groom.
The attendants were gowned in
pink pleated nylon and lace, ear-
ning pink and white carnation
bouquets
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Beach High, attended the Iniver-
sit> of Florida. The groom will
graduate in June from the I ni-
versity of Miami school of account-
ing The couple met at the Uni-
versity ol Florida.
After I reception and dinner in
tin Algier- hotel, the couple left
for a honeymoon to Nassau. They
will make their home at 1038 Jef-
ferson ave Miami Beach
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mi aid mutcus
Women's Council of South Florida
Puts Shoulder to B'naiB nth Wheel
"Whi i to
t. if the |
' the
I North Shore
B'nai
I
at the N
A si
followed by Judge Alb.
' ;.
Abramowit
i-h Center; Rev. Edwai
Ol Mt. Zion Bapti-t Church; and Dr.
Jack A. Kapchan, assistant profes-
t ot psychology at the University
of Miami.
Following the presentation by
the panel, there will be a question
and answer period.

"Brotherhood" will be the theme
of the February meeting of B'nai
B'rifh Women of Miami, at Beth
David auditorium Tuesday evening.
A panel will air the topic, In-
tegrated or Segregated Brother-
hood." Panel includes Rabbi Yaak-
ov Rosenberg, spiritual leader of
Beth David Congregation; Rev.
Walter G. Cook, spiritual leader of
First Presbyterian Church of Hia-
leah; Charles Williams, principal
of Booker T. Washington High
School; Miss Alice MacVir-ar of the
Dade County Council on Human
Relations, and as moderator. Judge
Month, the topic will be "lie.....,-,
Stanley Milledge, circuit court of
Darle county.
The program is arranged bv Mrs
Nathan Spiegclman. chairman of
the South Florida Council Anti-De-
famation League, and Mrs. Max
Fishman, Miami chapter chairman
tor the Anti-Defamation Leasue
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the meeting, which is
be public.
*
B'nai B'rith Women o* Coral
Gables, in conjunction with the
a panel
ruesda; eevi Feb
Hillel House.

8tion." Panelists will
l,,,n- A Shop, I......
Calvin J. Leonard L'nivei I
el; and Marie Rol | i.,,.,.
"or, Booker t Washington
S '.....I "r Frankhn Williams
vice president of the University ol
Miami, will act as moderator '

At the Feb. 19 meeting of the
rTmTw B*'kin Chlp,,r of B""
Bntn Women, members will be
treated to "Homentashen" ,n ob-
servance of the forthcoming holi-
day of Purim. Mrs. Simon l,Pskv u
will f^f f ,He Pr0Rrani' "*
Table On^K 3 SeU'ni: '" ,,ur"
table. On the agenda for the bust-
ncss portion of the meeting ia the
Jtoeton of a nominatmg commit
tee. in conjunction with the elec
tion of officers to be held in Apnl.
An executive board meeting of
the B'na, B'rith Women', Council
ThurT F'0rid' *'" E SSTn
Thursday evening. Feb. 21 at Wald
man's Crown hotel lW"
First on the agenda for th gen-
eral meet:ng will he the election
of a nominating committee
cpor s ,, ch jyjjj
mval will be held on Sundav ill'
to L,*S onCey
Snl. tCl frm noon un"l H
Preparations are on i, u
Miss Grossman
Soon to Become
Mrs. Abramowitz
Ardmort
*' *0BUTA fMDMAN
Couple Plan for
Rites in June
Mr ;, M Krj(>(1rnan
line Tree ,|r. Mlami R
nounee the engagement of e?r
* l Bimaitj of Klonda
frieda Human'
6"*1 PhnjM T
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman,
2952 SW 15th st.. Miami, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Naomi Ruth, to Irving Abramowitz.
New York, son of Mr. Morris
Abramowitz and the late Mrs.
Abramowitz.
Miss Grossman is supervisor of
court services for the Jewish Board
of Guardians in New York. She
was graduated from Miami Senior
High School and magna cum laude
from the Iniversity of Miami,
where she was president of the
Panhellenic Assn. and a member
of Nu Kappa Tau, honorary wom-
en's fraternity, and of Delta Phi
EpaUofl sorority.
Miss Grossman received her
Master's degree in psychiatric ao-
cial work from Tulane University
in New Orleans and was associated
with the Miami Family Service for
several years.
Mr Abramowitz is a graduate of
the Jacob Joseph School. New
York, and the I Diversity of Mas-
fiachusetti at Amherst, During
World War II. he was with the 13th '
Ail-force in New Guinea. He pre-1
viousl) served as Southeastern ro-
il director of the Zionist Or-,
cation ol America and is now |
-ecrctary treasurer of the Phillip
PhiUtpa Distributing Corp.
The couple will be married Mar.
3 by Miss Grossman's uncle. Rabbi
Benjamin Grossman, of Boston, at I
the home of tht. /room's brother in
aw and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
'-Kin. of East Williston. L.I. They
will reside in New York City.
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Mrs. Stephen V fm i
matron of honor for h*
>ce blue satin. Patndj
was flower girl.
Phillip F- HalpernwiiM
for his brother. Vsh^Z
Mr. Stephen Foti Jr.. RobJ!
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After a honeymoon towi
Ida, the couple will |iK,
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MISS MOISHEHSOH
MISS SHUMBUG
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MISS HltDMAN MISS POSHKK
ides-to-be Prepare for Wedding Affairs
Sheinb*rg-Gr*ts | The bridegroom-to-be is a grad-1 daughter, Paula Lee, to Lt. James
gement of Betty Gaye Shein- "* of Miami Beach High School Gene Perrin of Philadelphia. The
d (Pl Lewis M. Gross is nd "Mended the University of Ala- couple will be married when Lt.
ced i the bride-elect's par- bama, where he was a member of Perrin returns from Korea where
ami Mrs. M. Sheinberg, ] Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. he is stationed with the U.S. Army.
A June 29 wedding in Dallas is I Miss Sternfield. a graduate of
Tex <'pl. Gross, stationed
Hood. Tex., is the son of
n(l Mrs Charles Gross of
vood. N.I. and 5334 Alton
|ami Beach.
I Sheinberg attends the Uni-
of Texas and is a member
Eta Phi Epsilon sorority, Al
planned.
Friedman-Fein
Miami Senior High, is a student at
the University of Miami and is a
member of Hillel Foundation and
The engagement of their daugh- B'nai B'rith. Her fiance is a grad-
ter Gail to Dr. Clayton. Lewis Fein, uate of Temple University,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl I. Fein of
Ottowa, Can., is announced by her
anna Delia and Sidney La- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadora J.
onorary society.
Friedman, 4504 Sheridan ave.
The bride-to-be attended the Uni-
versity of Miami where she pledged
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She is
a graduate of the Davis Institute of
Technology.
Her fiance, a graduate of the
KUin-Bernstein
A September wedding is being
planned by Miss Anita Klein and
Richard E. Bernstein.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Klein, 380 Alton
rd., are parents of the bride-elect.
Mr. Bernstein is the son of Mrs.
Rose Bernstein, Worcester, Mass.
Miss Klein was a student at the
HIDMAH
MISS SJOHt
University of Virginia, received his | University of Miami and Mr. Bern-
MD from the University of Ottowa.
He is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi fraternity. Dr. Fein is now a
resident doctor at the Harper Hos-
pital in Detroit.

Sternfield-Perrln
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sternfield,
1310 Monad ter., Miami Beach, an-
nounced the engagement of their
Id Hats Make Dental Janes Run
Amok Among 'Bagel Lancers/ et. al.
Iras "Hats off".to the Alpha
Auxiliary who displayed
[of the most original designs
lapeaux during their Algiers
1 luncheon this week.
a Scheherazade room func-
onnrir: Mrs. Harry Goldman.
of the Boston dentist conduct-
seminar tor his colleagues
i area. 40 women, all married
Mists hi judged Mrs. Eve
ft. Mrs I laine Alenier and
I Sara Eii horn winners in the
I millinery show. Mrs. Carol
? .un chairman
i
prs. Zinner's "Gold-nan Sp*-
. designed by Pyorrhea," took
prize for "funniest hat" as
paraded oversized dentures
brush, with tooth-past* con-
rs for ear-rings. "Lives of
sel Lancer," created and
by Mrs. Aleniar, won the
rtiest hat" prim.
llored bagels, almost good
gh to eat. were nested in a
"Wierdest Wearing Appar-
Jhudifiim
IXQUISITI
COLLECTION
Of* IUROPI'1
TOP DeSIONERl
ONI Of A KINO.
IWI ALTON ROAD
MIAMI IIACH
PhorwJf 1-1110
""lass by Aisilalsail
el" was the "Turkist Delight" fash-
ioned by Mrs. Einhorn, who actual
Iv smoked the Turkish water pipe
that adorned her headdress.
Runners up were Mrs. Gertrude
Galkin in "Valentine Fantasy," "Ex-
pectant Mother" worn by Mrs. Har-
riet Feinglass who hopes it'll be a
girl. Mrs. Lois Gordon in "Be My
Valent.ne," while "House. Beauti-
ful" had Mrs. Audrey Smith run-
ning around a three-room flat".
"O.D.S." the Dentists' Delight
Chapeau with Mrs. Grace Rhodes
modeling, "Chopped Liver and
Forget-Me-Nots" by Mrs. Lila
Eder, Mrs. Greta Landsbero's "%2
to Win," Mrs. Shirley Rosen's
"Fantasy" and Mrs. Lucille Neu-
wirth's "Bit* Six*" completed the
new.
On Mar. 19, the auxiliary, presid-
ed over by Mrs. Greta Landsberg,
will have a luncheon and fashion
show at the Algiers benefiting the
Israel Dental School, supported by
Alpha Omega. Franklin Simon will
do the fashions and Jay Baldi the
hair styles.
MATRIMONIAL NOTICE
Y***f mem, age 13, frem the Nerth,
seeks y***f, refine* girl age 23-21;
abject matrimony. Box 40, Miami Beach
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stein attended schools in Massachu-
setts. He's now serving in the
Army.
e
Hannah-Carroll
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hannah, 2264
SW 22nd ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Helen
to Larry Carroll, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Everett George Carroll, 1715
SW 11th st.
Miss Hannah attends Stetson
University in DeLand. Her fiance
attends the University of Miami.
June 22 is the weddipg date.

Morshemon-Lang
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Morshen-
son, 831 15th st., Miami Beach, are
announcing the engagement of
their daughter Beverly to Lenny
Lang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lang of New York City.
Miss Morshenson attended the
University of Alabama. Her fiance
recently returned from Army duty
in Hawaii and is presently study-
ing commercial art at Pratt Insti-
tute in New York.
e a
Serott-Moter
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Serott,
2361 S. Miami ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter. Yis-
ka. to Peter K. Moser, of Coral
Gables.
Mr. Moser is the son of the late
Mr. and, Mrs. Walter Moser, Paris,
France.
June 2 is the announced wedding
date.
ate
P*sniek-Fri*dman
Mar. 30 has been chosen as a
wedding date by Miss Sallyanne
Posnick and Irving Friedman.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Posnick,
Hadassah Groups
List Schedule
Stephen S. Wit* group meeting
took place Monday at the Allison
hotel. The Jewish National Fund
was highlighted in a quiz program.
Jewish Music Month was featured
with Olga'Bibor Stem, Aida Yas-
low, Laurie Whyte and Josee Kup-
persmith.

Henrietta Siold group of Miami
Beach Hadassah held its meeting
at the Algiers hotel Monday. A
Youth Aliyah movie was shown,
with interpretations by Mrs. Ottilie
Rosenberg. Mrs. Barnett Becker-
man, Youth Aliyah coordinator of
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah,
was speaker.
a a
On Monday, Feb. 18, at the home
of Mrs. Betty Schaeffer, 9009 By-
ron ave., at 12:30 p.m., there will be
a discussion group meeting spon-
sored by the Stephen S. WIs* group
of Miami Beach Hadassah.
of Springfield, Mass. Her fiance is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Friedman, 7717 Hawthorne ave.,
Miami Beach.
Miss Posnick majored in educa-
tion at Lowell State Teachers Col-
lege in Massarhusetts. Mr. Fried-
man received his degree in aero-
nautical engineering from Tri-
State College in Angola, Ind. and
is president of Universal Aircraft
Corp. in Hialeah.
a a
Stone-Berman
Miss Charlotte Audrey Stone
will become the bride of Fred Ber-
man.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Miami Beach High, is the daughter
of Mrs. Saul Stone, 704 Meridian
ave., Miami Beach, and the late
Mr. Stone.
Mrs. Helen Goodman, of New
York City, is mother of the pros-
pective bridegroom.
The couple will be married June
30 in Brooklyn, N. Y.
a a
Faldman-Chapman
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Feldman,
Forest Hills, Long Island, N.Y., are
announcing the engagement of
their daughter, Joyce Edythe, to
Martin Robert Chapman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman, 1321
W. 14th st., Miami Beach.
The bride-elect attended the
School of Performing Arts in New
York Citv, graduated from Forest
Hills High School and is now a
student at the University of Miami.
Mr. Chapman is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and re-
ceived his degree in accounting
at the University of Miami.
miss sfirorr miss klein
Medical Auxiliary
Plans Two Affairs
Two fund raising events to be
sponsored in February and March
by the Greater Miami Auxiliary.
American Medical Center at Den-
ver, formerly JCRS, were an-
nounced Wednesday by Mrs. Rob-
ert Keller, president.
A Tag Day will b* held Feb.
18 at Miami Beach as a com-
bined activity of the Greater
Miami Auxiliary and the Tropical
chapter. Volunteers will operate
from headquarters at 1040 Lin-
coln rd. Overall chairman is Mrs.
Morris Goluskin. Assisting ar*
Mrs. Fr*d Offenhurter and Mrs.
B. Schwartz of the Tropical
Chapter.
A donor dinner will be spon-
sored Mar. 3 at Lou Walters1 Latin
; Quarter. Miami Beach. Tickets can
be obtained from Mrs. Herman
Schoenfeld. Deadline for adver-
tisements in the donor journal, to
be distributed at the dinner, is
Feb. 20. Members should contact'
Mrs. John Poncher. A special ad
meeting will be held Feb. 20 at the
Sands hotel.
Proceeds for both events will be
, donated to the American Medical
i Center at Denver for the treatment
of patients from the Greater Miami
! area. The local auxiliary makes
.twice-monthly visits to cancer and
I tuberculosis patients at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. Case chairman
I is Mrs. Joseph Holober.
Sholom Sisterhood
Marks Music Month
Jcwi h music in honor of Jewish
Music Month will feature th'e next
regular open meeting ot U*
terhood of Temple Beth Sholom.
according to an announcement by
Mrs. Sol S. Pine, Sisterhood presi-
dent.
Mrs. Howard Miller is chair-
man of the day. The program will
be presented by Cantor Samuel
Kelemer and will feature a script
written by Mrs. Milton Sussman
and Mrs. Marvin Lewis, staff
members of Beth Sholom's relig-
ious school, entitled "Israel
of Thee We Sing."
The children of Beth Sholom's
junior choir will sing and narrate
the script, under the direction of
Mrs. Sussman. Old and new Israel
songs and Yiddish folk songs have
been woven into the script.
The meeting will take place
Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 20.
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Temple Appoints
Youth Director
Rabbi Irviny Lchrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Enaanu-El, Wed-
nesday announced the appointment
of Miss Claire Rachel Kelman as
director of activities at the Tem-
ple.
Miss Kelman. a graduate of Her?
liah Hebrew School and Brooklyn
College, has also attended the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary ol Amer-
ica and the graduate school of
Yeshiva University.
As assistant to the director of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, she
has aided in the programming,
counseling and supervision of
events dor college students, as well
as teaching Hebrew and directing
choral and dramatic groups.
Miss Kelman in 1952 received
a scholarship with the Zionist
Youth Chorus to attend the
World Choral Festival held in
Israel. She has served as head
IfWay. Frt
South Dade Women to
Mrs. Lou Kirk. pieetdBB < of the
Women- Croup. loUtfl D4 J<
i-h Center, sponsor oi the mtcr-
faith program at their next mod
lag, has united friends in the com-
munity to participate when the
glMSt speaker will be Rep. John
B Orr. Jr.
His stand on democratic prin-
ciples will be the basis tor hi*
*<
f Mrs. Shapiro Listed
By Red Cross Here
MISS CLAIM HUMAN
Mrs. Otto Kemp. 2941 SW 18th
-1 ,i Hod CrOSS volunteer for 15
years, has been appointed chair-
counsellor at Camo Masad and man ol a newly created -ocMon of
Carmel. chaperoned a group of the Hod Croat 1957 Fund Appeal.;
discussion on the subject, "The
Maximum Minority."
The meeting will be held on
Wednesday evening, Feb. 20, at the
home of Mrs. Albert Levine. airs.
Jack Salem, hospitality chairman,
and her committee will greet mem-
bers and guests.
The Women's Group schedul-
ed a Valentine's card party
and white elephant sale at the
Wonderland Nursery, 1401 SW
67th eve., on Wednesday eve-
ning, Feb. 13.
Elaborate arrangements and re-
freshments were mjide by Mrs.
Lea Ariessohn. chairman of the
I affair. an the Mesdames Albert |
' Huntingdon. iT"'
Snow. Herman u^i
, nen. Sam Bcrman and,
guson.
teenagers on a cross-country trip
through the United States and
Canada and last summer acted
as assistant dean of women at
the National Hillel Summer In-
stitute.
Goodman Group
Meets Thursday
Quj B Bailey, general chairman,
announced Wednesday.
"Mrs. Kemp has been named
head of the residential section of
special gifts division," Bailey
stated. "She and a special group
of volunteer solicitors will make
calls on Oade's leading citizens
who usually make contributions
in advance of the formal start
of the drive on Mar. 1.
A veteran fund worker for the
... (,V local chapter Mrs Kemp beganilwr
Red Cross volunteer service with
Miss Kelman will program, plan
Barn Dance Scheduled
Couples Limited." a young mar-
ried group of Temple Israel, will
hold an old fashioned Barn Dance ,; the social, cultui
Saturday night, 1 ttheTem- physical activities ol Temple
pie. Bill Van I>. ill be call- Emanu-EI youth, "huh will include
er ol the Western square dan denl lounge,
II for inter 1
the V
swimmin
I. R. Goodman
sah will meel Thur
the Par. Marino hotel.

a discussion on i Greater Mi
ami, : Mrs Simon v. ilensky,
Wiienskys ffft Hosts
Dr S esidenl of
tovidence, HI., chapter 15
yean ago See became affiliated
with the local Red Cross in 1944.
Mrs. Kemp announced her or-
ganization is complete with the fol-
rea captains:
Mrs. Harold Shapiro, 2383 N.
Bay rd will serve as area cap-
tain for Miami Beach.
Daniel Green, 302 NE 92nd
Vomen Club
' a Jev 11, were to be ho ts al
Fund ski! entitled I their home, rt' I11"1'11' chairnian ol Red
arts and skills volunteers, Is area
captain for North Dado.
Hamantaschen,
Tetley Tea Make
Top Refreshment
Before you can -a> Queen ISther.
the Joyous Purim festival will be
upon us. and in accordance with a
longstanding Jewish tradition it
is practicallv a must to eat Haman-
tashen on Purim.
With Hamantashen naturally
comes a delicious cup of tea And
when you speak of a delicious cup
of tea you think of Tetley -. of
course.
Yea, Tetley Tea has been a fav-
orite in American homes for over
100 years. There's good reason for
it, too Its wonderful aroma, its
rich and lively flavor, it- refresh-
ing qualities, which are the hall
marks of Tetley. are truly unique.
You recognize Tetley at the very
first dp. Your family will enjoy
it Your Buesta will enjoy ejt, and
you will make your holiday more
festive
Tetley Tea is produced under
strict rabbinical supervision Be
Mire you have enough for the hoh-
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"r in ,',"k tever kind
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[ 1UUS CHANNINC
rd Scheduled
fop Assist
Bronze statuette in the na-
lovieland's Oscar, will be
Ito the person who helps
Losed publication of the
Imanu-EI Men's Club, Jules
ling, president, and Albert
chairman of a club publi-
bmmittee, revealed Wed-
broject of the Men's Club
|mple youth activities pro-
nning explained, "which
i youth of our community
I spiritual, cultural, social
teal guides."
fpha-c of the project is a
[league now operating in
Ion with the Temple
fa Sunday morning youth
Bikum Cholim
founderDead
Hyman Roth, of Long Beach, L.I.,
died on Jan. 14. He was a founder
of the Bikur Cholim Kosher Con-
valescent Home of Creator Miami.
Roth cairie to the United States
from Austria in 1907 and was suc-
cessfully engaged in the real es-
tate business for many years.
In addition to the convalescent
home in whose programs ht was
ctive hero. Roth was a mem-
ber, officer and contributor to
tho Galicwn Order of /tow York;
Both Israel Jewish Center of
Now York; Bikur Cholim of New-
ark, N.J.; Eucafional Alliance of
Brooklyn; Temple Israel of Long
Beach, L.I.; and the Hebrew
Academy of Long Beach.
He is survived by his wife, Min
nie; daughter, Mrs. Anna Lederer;
sons, Nathan, Jerome .and Wallace:
two brothers, Nathan and Samuel;
and seven grandchildren.
NATHAN HERZKA
85. of S34'> NE l*t vc, died Feh. 4.
H- wan a resident hen- II yearn and
was employed aa a tailor. Surviving
are IiIh wife, Anna, and a daughter.
Mi.- Marjorie RSnt Bervlcea were Reb.
with Bl totoldeBeacli Memorial
Chapel In charge of arrangements.
MYIH GOSTIN
$7. of Whit,- Plains,.M Y. a long-time
"Inter visitor, died Peb. I. Riverside-
ReaVGb Memorial Chapel waa In charge
of arrangements.
MRS. ROSE MENDLOW
S3, of Jit Euclid ave., died Feb. V
il Council Plan
Anniversary
the first anniversary of
H offspring of B'nai
khapu-r* and lodges of
(Miami, (he B'nai B'rith
buncil will crown "Queen
S" at a Valentine dance in
tidiaa hotel Saturday eve-
"coronstion ceremony"
| conducted by Elton Edel-
asttr of ceremonies, and
n" will be crowned by
^"-t, president of tho
Jorchc-tra will play for
[from 9 to 12 midnight. Re-
Tits will be served by Moilie
Chairman, and her commit-
Wy Robbins is program
chairman for this func-
^'nai B'rith Social Council
lanized a year ago to assist
ed adults to meet and so-
P" dignified atmosphere.
parried members of B'nai
[chapters and lodges are
for membership in the
Council.
MORTIMER J. GREEN
fi^. of lOtiS Collins IV,., died Feb. S.
Founder of the Lincoln l.ane restaur-
ant. Mi. r.reen waa an alumnus of
Connecticut Acrtcullural College and
a former |irraldent "f the Whltelawn
Dairies of New fork, Ha is survived
by his wife. Kdna: two anna. l.t.
DoaiH il.. <.f the r.s. Marina Corpa,
and Robert S.; three brother! .unl a
Stater. Hui'ial waa In Klliabeth. N.J.
MRS. LOUISE E. BRENNER
41. of 4.i0 W. 62nd St., died K.-h. I
A reslil.ni her,- five \ ears, she leaves
her husband, Harvey; a daughter. Mrs.
Beverly Captain: two hums.
and Jlmmv: her father, Edward Iriioa-:
two sisters and a brother. Services
were Rob, 6, with burial In Wuodlawn
Ceneetenr,
JULIUS L. JACOBS
35. of ;i7I SW 21st at., died Feh .
A veteran of World War 1. he .- a
member of the Jewlah War Veterans
B'nai B'rith. and the Maaonir Ix>dge.
Surviving are bis wife, Anne; two lona
Robert H. and Army i"ai>t Alv'n S-;
his mother. Mis (Sniffle Jacobs; a
brother, sister, and two grandchildren.
Services were Feb. K In Gordon's
Miami Funeral Home, with Masonic
rltea In Ml. Neho Cemetery.
HERMAN GOSLINSKI
SI. of 1',. Lincoln id. died recently.
RIvcrsldc-lteach Memorial chapel was
In charge of arrangements.
MRS. SARAH FOTAR
61. of SKI 1 Abbott ave.. died Feb. 6.
Barvlcea war* at Klverakla-Ueac-h
Memorial Chapel.
MRS. ANNA GLOSSER
64, of 161 NK 26lh at., died Pee. S. A
resident here eight years, she Is sur-
vived by two anna. Max ami Itenjamin,
and three sisters. S.-i\ IcOO were Feb.
10 at Rlverslde-Heach Memorial Chap-
el, with burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. ANNA NAOICH
77. of M SW 24th rd.. died Feb. S.
A resident here for 1 wars, she was
a member of the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation and active In II.i-
daasah Surviving are her husband.
Jacob; a daughter. Mrs. Sydell Cohen;
three sisters, including Mrs. Mary
Felner; a brother, a grandson, and a
great-grandson Services were Feb.
in at Riverside-Reach Memorial Chap-
el.
LOUIS WEISBLATT
58. of MSI Lincoln i.-r, died Fob I
A retired el* Hi. il contractor, he had
Pane 9 b
a
-r*~
HI MAN ROTH
INed here m rear* Burylvori imliMe
hi- wife. Nora, two daughter. M .
Louis Bpector, .hi i Ms i..
Stein; a sister, Mn Che mtt* PtlOS-
n-r; and a brntber Services were In
Newhurgh, N V., with Newin.in-C,or-
don Funeral Home In charge ol local
arrangements.
WILLIAM R. PLATT
2R. of OKI NK Bard st.. died Feb. 9.
A patrolman ,m the Miami Beach po-
lice force; be was a member of the
Fraternal order of Police and a vet-
eran of World War il unl the Korean
rv.i He Is "ii.vi-.il by hi- wife.
Truda; his father. Simon; his mother.
Alma; two niters, Including Janice
Platt; and g brol it Service* were
Feb. II In Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chanel, Ith burial In Southern Me-
morial I'ark.
LARRY J. FOX
SO. of 2460 Flamingo dr., died Ft I.. V
A i.-ili ni here 1* yens, he Is sur-
vived by his wife. Jean; a son, Allan
J.; two daughters, Mrs. Mindi Qerahey
and Mrs Bailee 'iuniblniier: four sis-
ters, Mis Maurice l.antt^aii, Mr-. ROOS
Fox, Mrs Run Arnold, and Mrs. Oua-
sis Qajrapn Services and burial were
in New York, with I'.iv.i side- Beach
Memorial Ch pel In eharss of ar-
rangements locally.
MORRIS WACKS
:.. of MSI SW 7th St., died IVh. retired house painter, he is sin ived
by his wife, Ann were Feb.
11 at fSordon Funeral Home, with
burial in Mi. Nebo Cemetery.
SAM BARISHMAN
73. of 166! SW 7th st died Feb. 10.
II,. was retired blacksmith tot the
Sou Aluminum Co. of Detroit Sur-
viving arc hi* wife, i*\a. ni:d two
brotbore. Bervlcea were Feb. 11 at
Gordon's Funeral Home, with burial
in .Ml Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. FANNIE ZOMICK
"s, of 72s Pennsylvania ave.. died Feb
l A resident hare seven roars, she
haves her husband, It. njamin; three
sons, Aaron, Ah.-, and Jack; and
three daughters. Mrs. Jean Alexander.
Mrs \ 1111 I. il-.w-i.... and Mrs. Fay
Kalodish. Services were Fab in. with
burial in Mt sinai Cemetery.
Stork Meets Liner
In Mid Atlantic
NEW YORK A 6-lb. baby girl
was born to a young couple aboard
the SS Zion early Tuesday morning
as the 10.500 gross ton Israeli liner
battled a North Atlantic storm on
her way to New York.
The new arrival is the daughter
of Mrs. Aliza Sittayoun, 19, of Is-
rael, and her British born husband,
Herzl, 23. The Zion docked with
228 passengers from Haifa and
Naples.
Capt. Joseph Golandsky, Master
of the Zion, radioed the Zim Lines
New York Office that the baby
was born at approximately 1 a.m.
at the height of a storm which had
been dogging the vessel for several
days. The Zion was hove to while
the ship's surgeon, Dr. G. Neu-
man, performed the delivery. The.
child was named Ziona, after the
ship.

in
Memorial room ' these physicians prwlarin^lans
fprend paiUcipation in 1957 Caejtbined
Srnr.Pee Sea,ed aeft to ri9h,) 'OTe Dn-
r n s?1 ^kvan. Lester A. Russin.
u. Abrashkin, S. Charls* Werblow,
J Jese O. Halpern, David S. Light
Pkyi hlina- Standing (ta* to right)
Philip M. Gresmberg. Robert Ream.
Harry P. Rimer and Seymour L. Alterman.
Other members of the committee busy organ-
izing their volunteer squads at time photo was
taken include Drs. Elliott C. Cohen, Solomon
B. Goldman. Leon H. Manheimer, Harold
Rand. Bernard Stern, S. Montague Stone,
Joeeph D. Katxman and David A. Nathan. Mt.
Sinai is a CIA beneficiary agency.
lorber Chapter Meets
Lorber chapter of ihe Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren met Thursday noon at the
Ocean Ranch hotel. Guest speaker
was Rabbi Samuel Machtei, author
of "This is My God."
630 ACRES
TRAIL FRONTAGE
$85 Per Ace
ONLY 20% CASH
S5 Mile* from Miami
Property Directly It, u.th of
Miami's Phenominal Expansion
Adjoining Standard Gas Station
and Restaurant
Ideal Buy for investors
Investigate this Offer
Act Now
Sterling Realty FR 9 5689
1604 Congress Bide.
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
iiKNin e.wolf;
SHOftELAND'ASCAbZ
REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN
NEEDED
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
13030 H.V.. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
AU-STATI
ACREAGE SPECIALS
6 ACRES with 330' main paved
road frontage. 60' depth boom-
ing area. North Broward County.
Priced $13.0CO all cash for quick
sale.
5 ACRES on main road S30' front-
age, 660' deep adjacent to proposed
subdivision North Broward
County. An excellent buy at $15,000
only 29J. down, balance reason-
able terms.
5 ACRES adjoining going subdiv-
ision with access priced right at
only $1,500 per acre. Terms avail-
able to right party.
10 ACRES prime industrial 680'
Seaboard railroad fronting, with
paved road providing direct accesa
to this high dry land. Just IfhJ.WM
with only 29". down. Gives you this
too investment and a real stake in
Broward County's rapid growth
picture.
30 ACRES west Lauderdale area
over 1.000' of road froMaqe >-ith
direct accesa to ocean in heart of
development area. This one won t
last long at 12,000 per acre 10
year terms.
40 ACRES within a mile of city
limits of Pompano Beach. 660' of
paved road frontage. An excellent
spec buy at (1,650 per acre 29%
down, balance over 10 years.
CONTACT
All STATE REA1TY
Acreage Spteimlitls)
23 6. W 40TH AVE.
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
LU 3-2561 DAY OR NIGHT
The Next Bonanza Is
UNSPOILED
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
and
NAPLES IS ITS CAPITAL
DRIVE OVER AND LET US
SHOW YOU SOME EXCELLENT
INVESTMENTS IN
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
E. M. Brown Real Estate
2*9 9th Street, Sooth
MIS Naples, Florida
Realtor
Phone: Midway 3-2101
Associates: E. N. LYON, Jr.
Copt. W. A. Burton,
USCC (Ret.)
FORT MYERS
OPPORTUNITY I
/00 ACRES NEAR CITY and RIVER -
active center frontage on im-
portant boulevard. $310 per acre,
29% cash and balance 10 annual
payments. Fine subdivision site.
JEFFC0TT
Realty Investments
2400 FIRST STRUT
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
BRADENTON. fastest growing
spot on Florida's west Coast!
TAMIAMI Trail, bar, dance hall.
Kutnen, large living quarters,
parking 'ot. heavy income, $35,000
down, 970,000.
BIO CB furnished home, 6 rental
cottages. Tamiami Trail; lot 230x
1,290, including large lake with
fish. A ataal at $49,500.
BAR and restaurant, Tamiami
Trail, aeats 200 people. 3 bed-
room living quarters, almost S
acres lend. Fine business $60,000.
FINE commercial building with
parking lot. Stores down stairs,
offices upstairs. Elevator. 29%
down, 20 year mortgage at 5*. on
balance. Pays $5,000. per year on
down payment after expenses and
mortgage payment. $160,000.
TAMIAMI Trail; beautiful building
and fixtures, beer license and
restaurant; aimoat 3 acres land.
Living quarters, $47,500.
TAMIAMI Trail; lot 104x109, new
building, good for fruit businsss,
grocery or many other businesses.
Living quarters, $17,500.
ONE of the best locations. Tamiami
Trail, lot 300x460'. excellently
conatructed motei; a well paying
units; 4 bedroom living quarters
for owner. This can be remodid
into living quarters-units. Thla
will appraise for $75,000. Terms,
$62,000.
D. FRANK HOSTETLER, Mgr.
SOUTHWEST REALTY
3221 14th St. W. Brodentoa, Flo.
Phone Bradsnton 4-5253
GOOD BUYS
600 ACRES MELBOURNE City
limits housing shortage. Ex-
cellent potentials. $750 per acre.
706 ACRES MARTIN County. 1
mile highway front, V mile rail-
road front. $210 per acre.
400 ACRES STUART, right at
Cloverleaf. Improved land. $250
per acre.
200 ACRES HIGHLAND County,
V% mile highway front, muckland.
all improved pasture, excellent
for cattle and dairy. $185 per acre.
6600 ACRES NO. 441, 5 miles
highway front. SB' elevation. Far
below market price. $66 per acre.
FOR good land Investments see
the man right on the spot.
Call 3112
Alb. W. Scherliti, Assec.
Joeeph I. Sickler, Realtor
2flll S. 4th St. rt. Pierce, Flo.
U. S. No. 1
ATTENTION
INVESTORS
52 ACRES, WITH 4,000' ON ST.
LUCIE RIVER, ADJOINING THE
LARGEST DEVELOPMENT IN ST.
LUCIE COUNTY. ONLY $14 PER FT.
WITH TERMS. PHONE FT. PIERCE
2S50 0 2SS1, OR SEE CHARLES
C. MOORE 31S H. 4TH ST., FT.
PIERCE, FLA.
Motel Investment
NEAR HOMESTEAD
STRATEGIC LOCATION

Main Building Office Hotel Units & Duplex Apfs
All Completely Famished, ample room for 30 more units and restaurant.
U.S. Highway frontaee 200 Ft. by Depth 300 Ft.
Next to Grand lake Shore Development which is new In the process
of construction. With the continued advancement of progressive and
high quality construction in the neighborhood, the land valoe alone of
this property will soon be worth the total parchase price, $70,000.
Terms $25,000 down payment will pot yew in charge of this interesting
investment and the balance payable monthly.
GEORGE DYKES, BROKER
609 INGRAHAM BIDG., MIAMI FRANKLIN 3-9922


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Double Bas Mitzvah
At Miami School
DOUCIAS SJANLir
Douglas Stanley
Is Bar Mifzvah
Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Stanley. 821 m: Blsl st.,
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturdaj
morning, Feb. 16, al North Shore
Ish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will conduct the serv-
ices. Douglas i- :i student in the
,.nis school oi the Centei
Is Horace Mann Junior High
ool.
Ita Myra Becker and Gail Irene
Ubmanwill -hire Bas Mitzvah hon
ors al the firsl such ceremoi
be he!.] m Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation during late Pri-
ervices Feb. 15.
ItabU Simon April will of!
and Cantor Berete Ki len
ed by the junior congrei
choir, will chanl the liturgical por-
tions of the mtv
Gall and it.i will lead th<
.inm m responsive rei
ay the Haftorah ami address Ute
congregation.
Ita is the daughter oi Mr and
Mrs. Edward l. Becker, 2290 SW
26th In She is a ninth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High, I
member of the Dramatic Club and
. has attended Miami Hebrew School
She is also a member of the Learsi
j chapter of Young Judea
Gail is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Mack I.ibman. 2264 SW 11th
ter. She also attends Shenandoah
.tumor lliv.h. is an eighth grade
student and belongs to the orches-
tra. She graduated from Miami
Hebrew School and is current!) en-
rolled at Hebrew High School.
The services and ceremonies will
he concluded with an Ofleg Sha'i-
bat at which the Beckers and Lib-
mans will be the hosts
Hillel Building
Marks Anniversary
Foundation al the UniverattJ
yiami Frtdaj al 7:48 pan
The special Sabbath service is
,.,., ,.,,( to commemorate u*
^cond anniversan '"
Hillel building, which is situated
the mam entrance oi the i niw
ritj oi Miami campus, Miller dr.
The sermon will be delivered
by Dr. Alfred Josoe. director of
oroqrem end resources at n-
Honal headquarters of the B'nai
B'rilh Hillel Foundations in New
York City.
in- Jospe, .m ordained rabbi and
,., ,.| the degree ol Doctor
ol Philosophy, has long been Ba-
ted with the Hillel Founda-
tions both Bl a director on the c<>l
campus, and as member ol
the national stall for tha past eight
years.
Since June. Or. Jospe has been
serving as acting national director,
holding the ofl.ee since the resig-
: nation of Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld.
The Hillel Sabbath ritual will in
dude readings by students and
cantorial selections bj Art Korman.
A string ensemble directed by
Goldie Naftulin will accompany
the liturgical lelectioni
in Beach chapter of B"nai
B'rith Women assisting will be the
Mesdames Ida Optner, Esther i>r-
han. Hose Keltz. Dorothy Burg.
Jean Lieberman, Helen Sanders.
Frances SiKerinan. tiara Denner
and Max Davis
MORI IMPELLING THAN EVER
NEED MR.
BUotherhooo
Vera Anne Rothield, of 64 5
W. 51st st.. will celebrate her
Bas Mitzvah, Saturday morn-
ing, Feb. 16, at Temple Beth
Sholom. At 6:30 p.m.. her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max I.
Rothfeld. will entertain 100
guests with a cocktail party
followed by a buffet supper
in their home.
/$S ITU BfCKfR
Atiams Warned by f.P.2.1.
A native Floridian, Don E.
Adams, formerly oi Cross City.
ha- been named director of agricul-
tural development for Florida Pow-
er & Light Company, according to
an announcement by company pres-
ident and general manager Robert
H. Fite, in Miami.
Roy Klein is
Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah ol Rot i: Iward
Klem took place Saturday morn-
ing. Feb. 9, at Beth El Con
lion.
A dinner in Roy's honor was held
Sunday at the Strathhaveo hotel
Miami Beach.
Out-of-town guests included Dr
and Mrs. Morris Levine Brooklyn
NY.; Mrs. Anna Silbert, New Ro
chell* nv, Mr Ii(k
Silbert. Hollywood, ll:,; and Mr
and Mrs Louis Smirnow I
Neck, LI.
Fditor. The Jewish Floridian
From time immemorial, the Fifth
Commandment relative to honoring
parents has been interpreted by
the rabbis and by the collective
conscience of our people to mean
that we respect them in life and
hallow their souls in death.
The law and tradition of Tahara,
the ritual purification Of the de
ceased, are tha vary aaaanea of
reverence and faith It is incum-
bent that the rite of Tahara be
performed at all times whether the
burial will be locally or elsewhere
It is. equally imperative that the
hands performing the ritual oi
Tahara shall be not only Jewish
hul spiritually pure, religiousl)
observant and traditionaUj scupu-
lout.
For peace of mind and peace of
soul, we urge thai the family re-
quire a certificate stating that the
Tahara was performed in religious
conformit) and dignity.
The Greater Miami Chevra Ka-
disha and Chesed Shel Kmes ,s
the only and ton agency in our
communitj thai la fully endorsed
by the Orthodox Rabbinate to per-
orm these rites In the hour of
bereavement, call them, and the
body mortal and soul immortal
will i>e given dignified care
Rabbinical Council of America,
rki Southeastern i.
Rabbi Shmaryalru T Bwirsky,
President
Rabbi Tibor 1|. Stern
' "innan Vaad Halacha
Orah Chapter to Mm
Orah chapter of Muntki
will meet Wednesday
Beth Kl Congregation.
sultant Maria Marcy will |
speaker.
LEGAL NOTICf
CANTO*
IASSMJW
Beach Bank Names
Two Appointees
Two new members have been ap-|
pointed to the hoard of directors,
B. F. Danbaum. chairman of the
board of the Bank of Miami Beach,
announced here.
Edward Lassman, longtime Mi-
ami Beach resident and owner
of Wolfies Sandwich Shop at 20th
st. and Collins tve., and. J. A.
Cantor, real estate Investment
counselor, are tha two new ap-
pointees.
IN THF CIRCU T C0UHTI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIL
AND FOR OAOE COlNTY.i
IDA. No 19834S.Q *
IN RK i -"i.rTios or
i*iii i:r urn simi i
OP KI.' iRIDA.
a eon i
NOTICE OF DISSOLIT
CORPORATION NOT FM I
Tl Al.l. HI) I'llKIMPiRSl
I'KUSi N- ii \\ l.Mi i-LUmJ
M4NP" i "s-t sAIH :
KIT CORI OR \TI11X:
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unrl .1. n.iri'U w hlrh yon, m (_
\ '.ii. ii rit I'HI EPS
INC I Tli .S OF
* Florida
mint :n thl> (seal
offk e ol k of iln<
In anil f
fir l day tM
in,- t^^M
for* flll < ius,. Ilaf
DATKI Ml n Hurl*,'
day "f h
R II N.-wnm, I
boua,
Novak, I
THE COUNTY JL'DGEIJ
AND FOR DO!
Lassman has been active in the '*
Mt Sinai Hospital building fund f7.or.da! in probate.
drive and veterans organizations. 1 I" .....v.
Cantor, a resident of the Greater Ml\n. "^
Miami area for 30 years, is one of
the founders of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
a director of Temple Beth Sholom.
vice president of the Better Busi-
ness Bureau, co-chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal and Trus-
tee for State of Israel Bonds.
Newly elected officers of Beth David United ;,-
Synagogue Youth are installed by Rabbi ^J>re8ldnt: Rabbi Rosenberq- TuHv Ru .
Yaakov G. Rosenberg. They are (left to S *ecre,arY: Ronald Friedman Si. -Y ^k8,>
Hi Feinberg, presided; lorry Ipeclor^Snd ^ ^ SuMn ^danTea^* **
Nick and Arthur's
Already Success
Nick and Arthur's, newest rest-
aurant in the Greater Miami area.
is new in its present form only, for
Nick Baca and Arthur Pourrov.
its partners, have been famous lo-
cally for a quarter of a century.
They both worked at the Park
Avenue restaurant in Miami Beach
tor some 18 years, leaving there
Jo open the New Plantation Inn at
Hillandale.
They sold out there last year, de-
ciding to move closer to their old
Miami Beach patrons.
Nick, the host and manager, and
Arthur, the chef, both emigrated
o the t nited States from Europe
some 40 years ago. and met each
other through a mutual acquaint-
ance shortly after. For all that
'"" 'hoy have worked together in
"'rant or hotel, re-
gardless of where ,t might be.
Since its recent opening, the new
!h. 7o!wd Arthuis "--*rit on
.ipm S' cau*wy hae already
demonstrated that ,t will be a suc-
an """ Miami, famous
NOTICE OF INTENT'OSW
APPLICAT'ON FOR Dl5Tr
AND FINAL DISCMAS
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February 15. 1957
*'JewisttfhrHinr
th Israel
Ills New Rabbi
[pui.l lehrfield will be
Isandaj as spiritual lead-
L,.ih hrael ( Jjjd avi Miami Reach.
[Lehrfield was born and
kjs lucation in Chicago,
I r. Rabbi Dr. L. J.
I one of the
tninanl Orthodox pulpits
luntry.
Rabbi Lehrfield was a
J in the Hebrew Theolojr-
egt of Chicago, where he
keived his ordination, he
filed to participate in a
etminar with the head
almud department. Our-
fest three year* at the
Theological College, he
liled to be spiritual lead-
kloit, Wise.
Irecelving his degree in
L from Northwestern
j. Kalihi lehrfield was
'in (he Orthodox tradition
kic>i honors.
ng his ordination.
Lit., resumed his stu-
lew York Me was then in-
h Israel Congrega-
|bi Lehrfield said Wednes-
i:int future for
koguc."
maji sty, beauty
of the Ortho-
lion with the modern dig-
utlook and ap-
can attain
| i i become a
:, ii tilth in the
i hi a I
Paqe 11 B
Rabbi David Lehrfield (second from left) is congratulated by
his father. Rabbi Dr. L. J. Lehrfield. prior to installation cere-
monies Sunday m Kheseth Israel Congregation. Left Louis
Dublin, president of congregation. Max Lippman (riqht). vice
president, looks on.
1

Noted Educator Scheduled at
Federation Meeting Sunday
ifta Dinner
?d Sunday
\ndron, noted com-
Icador. will hi- principal
lat a dinner meeting of
JTorah Vodaath and llesif-
[ it, I eb. 17. at Wald-
kown hotel
llman Bernard Frank will
paymaster of the eevning.
of honor art Mr. and
vis Gurfein, past presi-
tnd founder of Torah
i ind Mesifta, one of the
rabbinic seminaries lr
bntry.
Reinharrt, dinner co-chair-
bounced that a plaque will
rnted to the Gurfeins in
Ion of their "devoted serv-
the establishment of the
)year- |
Rt ol Torah Vodaath and
kacationuiK m Miami Beach
breveni al i he Sunday night
lnong them will be Ber-
irnstcin. Sam Hershkowitz,
Rein Abraham Cohen. An-
gler and Mrs. Yetta Hersh-
I' Joseph E. Rackovsky
Ike the presentation of the
] to the guests of honor.
0 on liehalf of the local
! will be extended by Rab-
Stern. lb,, invocation will
bj Rabbi Isaac Ever.
DANItI BRISKER
Daniel Brisker, dynamic leader
of Israel's youth training move-
ment, will be principal speaker at
a buffet dinner hosted by Julius
Kasdin in his home, 2912 Flamingo
dr., Miami Beach.
Kasdin has invited leaders in
the* drugs and sundries business to
be his guests on Sunday, 6:30 p.m.,
to launch fund raising activities in
behalf of the 1957 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal. Division chairman is
Sam Goldman.
Brisker, who if making his sec-
ond visit to the United States,
has been living in Israel since
the age of 16 end is intimately
associated with the youth of
many countries who have come
to Israel to start life afresh.
For the past five years, Brisker
has served as a director of the
Youth Aliyah village, Aloni Yitz-
hak, in addition to his filling a key-
role in the national Vouth Aliyah
organization. He saw four years
of service in World War II, chiefly
as a member of the Jewish Brigade
of the British Army.
From 1947 to 1951, Brisker rep-
resented the Jewish Agency for
Palestine in the United States. He
has spoken before many groups
here.
Committee assisting Goldman
with arrangements include- Harold
S. Abbott, Boris Bieley, Ray Ber-
rin. David Cohen, Frederick Ellis.
Marvin Goldman. Ben Ore, n. Jack
I., .tablo, Gil Press, Thnnvis I
Sidney Simkowitz, Sheldon Spec-
tor. Jerome Stern and Martin
Liquor Industry
Minn Rauzin, chairman of the
;ncd Jewish Appeal Liquor
n, and Leo Chaikin, '
ary chairman, have announced that
representati* -. of the liquor indus-
try throughout Dade county wiy
undertake an all-out drive for
funds at their annual br?akfast,
Sunday, 10 a.m., at the Biscayne
Terrace hotel.
Joining Rauzin as hosts of the
important gifts affair are Sam
Blank, Edward Gotterer, Harold
Hirschfeld end Sam Rost. Brisker
will also address this group.
The Liquor Division committee
assisting Rauzin includes Solomon
Barad. Dan Bellamy, Morris Blum,
Arthur H. Bressler, Harry Brown,
Ed Busker, Robert Chamberlain,
Jerry Cole, Nat Dash, Al Dubler,
Jacob Ehrlich, Louis Feinberg, Ar-
thur Feldman, Marvin Florman.
Ralph Fried, Jerry Fuchs, Mel
Good. Harry Goodman, Mark
Greenwald, Sol Hirsch, Norman
Jonas, Dave Kaufman, Samuel
Keith. Leonard Koblentz, and Louis
I Kusnick.
Also Frank Lazarus, C. Lefkove,
Murray Leventhal, Marvin Levin,
Wallace Levin, Eujene Marias, Ed
Merlin, Jerry Merlin, Sam Plotkin,
Samuel J. Rabin. Mrs. Elias Rain-
bow, Al Reisman. Ben Rockford,
Robert Rosen. Harry Sanger, Bert
Seliger, Harold Stone. Jack Thaw,
Jerry Weinstein. Maurice Wein-
stein. Saul Weinstein, Jay Weiss.
Roy Weitzner, Ben Wexler and
Martin White.
Noted Zionist Will
Be Guest Speaker
An author of a recent book on
Zionism will he guM speaker at
the Wednesday noon meeting of
Miami Reach Zionist Luncheon
Club in the Raleigh hotel.
He is Julius Haber, author of
"Odyssey of an American Zion-
ist," who will discuss "An Amer-
ican Zionist's Approach to Is-
rael."
Also on the program will be Dr.
Abraham Wolfson in a review of
current events. Jacob Fishman will
lead the club in community sing-
ing. Edward Marger, Lawrence
Bau and Joseph Alter are co-chair-
men of the event.
Community Rally
Held Thursday
A North Miami Beach community
rally on behalf of the Combined
Jewish Arnical was to be he'd at
Congregation Monticello Park,
Thursday evening, Feb. 14. Ber-
nard Koloff is CJA North Miami
Beach chairman.
The rally follows an "opening
gun" special gifts reception held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Snyder, Jan. 27.
Hosts for the meeting were Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Beyda, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Koloff and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Snyder. Beyda !
in;: as special gifts chairman for the
North Miami Beach area.
Reform. Liberal
Congregants Will
Meet Feb. 24th
On Sunday, Feb. 24, at 10:30 a.m.
in Temple Beth Sholom, members
of Reform and Liberal congrega-
tions throughout the country will
lather for a breakfast meeting to
discuss "The Principles of Liberal
Judaism."
Ralph Spero, president of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. will be qmong
speakers, as will Rabbi Joseph R.
Narot, of Temple Israel in Miami,
and Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple
Beth Sholom.
'The meeting will be chaired by
Mr. Albert >. Rosen, president^
of the Brotherhood of Beth
Sholom and newly electeospresi-
dont of the new Greater Miami
Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods.
Members of Reform and Liberal
Congregations throughout the
country have been invited to this
breakfast.
Brotherhood (Meet
Scheduled Monday
North Shore lodge and chapter
of B'nai R'nth will hold
Brotherhood meeting at North
Shore Jewish Center Monday eve-
ning.
Subject of a panel discussion
is, "Whet Brotherhood Meant to
Me."
Featured are Municipal Judge
Albert Saperstein. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, of North Shore Jew-
ish Center; Rev. Edward T. Gra-
ham, Minister of Mt. Zion Bap-
tist Church; and Dr. Jack A. Kap-
chan, assistant professor of psychol-
ogy at the University of Miami.
Uola Ve i *~ Ernest Borqnine, just an "orSinary guy."
I ol [w hi* wUe (Vir9inia Christine) when he is ac-
^'ng a security risk,. Courageous and determined
e 'act that his whole world has crumbled down,
has the aid of Ray Millard, Dean Jagqer and Nina
Miracle Theatres.
Desegregation is
Teen Age Topic
"School Desegregation" is the is-
sue being debated during the
month of February in the TAC
j Tween Age Clubs) Debating Lea-
1 gue sponsored by the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
junior high school club department.
Clubs from the Flagler-Gran-
ada Jewish Community Center,
Temple Judea, South Dade Jew-
ish Center, North Dade Jewish
Center, and Monticello Park
Jewish Center are now in the
midst of the second year of this
debating league.
When the current round of de-
bates is completed at the end of
thi> month, the topics for the fol-
lowing two months will deal with
the teenage curfew law and the
celebration of religious holidays in
the schools. Each club is responsi-
ble for doing research on the topics
under discussion.
Agudath Israel
Has Anniversary
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will celebrate the fifth anniver-
sary of the Synagogue Sunday.
Councilman Judge Bernard
Frank will be installing officer
of Men's Club leaders. Council-
man Harold Shapiro will be guest
speaker.
Irving Pietrack, vice president,
is in charge of the program. Rabbi
Isaac Ever will act as master of
ceremonies.
Five Federals Here
Listed in Top 100
The 100 largest savings and loan
asMM-iations held 23 percent of the
total resources of the nation's more
than 6.000 such institutions.
Joseph M. I.ipton. president of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Asm. of Miami and Florida direct-
or of the (Jutted States Savings and
Loan League, reported Wednesday
from the I < sue of
tint ih.it Dade coun-
tv has |
100 largest. Three of Greater Mi-
ami'- old estabil each
With assets exceeding 100 million
dollars, are listed among the na-
fnst 34 largest. They are
First Federal, H;ide Federal and
Miami Beach Federal.
Five local institutions, at the
end of 1956, had a total of more
than 461 million dollars in sav-
ings. Lipton said that "each of
them showed considerable gains
over 1955. In savings, they rate
First Federal seventh in the na-
tion, Dade Federal 28th, Miami
Beach 32nd, Coral Gables Fed-
eral 63rd and Chase 64th. Their
per cent increase over 1955 was
First Federal 20.8, Dade Federal
22.1, Miami Beach 21.1, Coral
Gables 25.8 and Chase 21.4."
Lipton also said that it is inter-
esting to note that Florida has nine
associations among the first 100
largest. It is topped only by Cali-
fornia with 17, New York with 13,
and Ohio with 10.
The nations 100 largest savings
and loan associations hold more
than 10 billion dolars or nearly a
fourth of the total assets held in all
associations.
"The growing popularity of these
thrift and home financing institu-
tions is also revealed in the fact
that as little as 10 years ago only
one association could report assets
in excess of those of today's asso-
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JNF Executive
Will Speak Here
Mendel x. Fisher, national execu-
tive director of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, will address Miami's
Jewish National Fund Council al
a meetinu Wednesday evening in
the Seville hotel
Fisher, who has served as JNF
national executive director for the
past 20 year- also rounds out a
quarter of a century ol activity on
hehalf of the Zionist movement in
Israel.
He served as secretary and as-
sociate director of the United
Israel Appeal, of which he is still
I member of the board. He is a
member of the executive of the
Zionist Organization of America,
and at the last Zionist Congress
was named deputy member of
the Zionist Actions Committee,
in which capacity he has served
for many years.
\ film, "New Roots," recently
Ji w h N i inal Fund,
will be shown rtrays
; new |y arrived im-
tits and how thi e in-
"i the life and spirit f
the new 1
Daniel M. Broad, president
Mayer Abramowit
hairman. ol the JNF C luncil I
oi Gn ni, will part
in ti.
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Special orientation meeting tor
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the home of Mr. and Mrs William
Su-man. 3701 Pine Tree dr
Highlighting the program of
I orientation was the viewing of a
special film on the many GMJCC
activities conducted for nursery
school children, teenagers, day
camp children, health and physi-
cal education programs and pro-
grams for senior citizens.
Chairing the roeeing was Mrs
Milton Sirkin. president 'it GMJCC
Panel Views Teen Age
Curfew at Temple Judea
I'ommi-sioner James High was
guest panelist b a diawifaioB oi
The Teen Age Curfew- at a "Tow n
Hall" m Temple .tudea Sunday
evening
Mn Samuel Bloch If chairman
Of the loint youth activities com-
mittee of Temple Judea Sisterhood
nd the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center which sponsor-
ed the event Judge Samuel Silver
lerved U moderator.
Other paneli-t- include teenagers
Unda Beagle, of Alpha Gamma Iota
and Bill Spitter ol Sigma Rho, and
Col Nathan Rood
Friday, Fajj
Provocative Action at P0l(e]
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IliewiislUEIIiOiciidlJIgun
Florida. Friday, February 15, 1957
Section C
Pogrom scene iq Kishinev 1903, depicted by noted artist Abel Pann.
fe Live by Concepts of Fraternity;
ff Once-When We Were Young
that partly cloudy Sunday,
I 19, 1903. the Sons of the
rican Revolution were still
festive mood. The night be-
lt New York's famous Del-
P's. they had toasted the
anniversary of Paul Re-
ps historic ride.
I New York Times carried a
on this weekend observ-
f Also reported: "U.S. squad-
||o atten.l Cerman naval cele-
fon at Kiel New York
Fy Processing 180 of
[Mocks excavated 'Ele-
men* win wage increase;
Ps< BeHont opposes nine-
' *ork day ."
hjbheacl above one story in-
J rea Woson irges Old Maid's
Ration of Western New York
"omote Spinsterhood."
[[ 'hooi.nd mil., .way, at
r;nv iittl. known ,.
PJIBessarabia mo,, wm.
J7"* Wls shPin9 up that
*" On this seventh day of
^0.000 Jew.; for 40 hours,
[** "d th. knout reigned.
./V"beratlem of *
jdrr,,ob#w,-rw'na
[**' ''rker might have re-
r, Kish'nev evenU thus:
f^-Apr. 19: Noon. Church
T WaI Winning of pogrom.
LOUIS MAKSHAU
Russian mobs invade Jewish
homes, plundering, wrecking.
Streets echo with "Death to the
Zhyds! Beat the Zhyds!"
Sunday Night: Looting bursts
into murder. Rioters club and
knife every Jew in sight. Jews are
disarmed by police as soldiers
and gendarmerie joke.
Monday, Apr. 20: A.M. Slaugh
ter begins again. Synagogues are
desecrated. Bessarabia's governor
tells Jewish delegates he can do
nothing until he received orders
from St Petersburg. Wagons load-
ed with dead and wounded Jews
move through the streets.
Monday Night. Pogrom ends
with troops' arrival. Toll: 47 dead;
92 severely injured; 2,000 families
homeless; 123 children orphaned;
600 shops plundered.
Despite the iron curtain of
ciarist censorship, the painful
news leaked out to the world in
meager dispatches. The first
ten-line report of the "Massa-
cre of Jews in Russia" appear-
ed in The New York Times Fri-
day, Apr. 23. It made page six,
sandwiched between stories
about the Baghdad Railway and
a Boston actors' fund benefit.
Protests began to mushroom.
In 50 cities, American leaders
denounced Russia's crimes against
the Jews. There were mass meet-
ings, special services in syna-
gogues and churches. Resolutions
calling for U.S. intervention were
passed in cities from Boston to
Sacramento, from Detroit to Tex-
arkana.
Newspapers across the land
took up the cry, supporting pro-
tests by Congressmen and state
legislators, governors, mayors,
judges, college presidents, labor
leaders and clergymen of all
faiths.
At Carnegie Hall, former Presi-
dent Grover Cleveland declared:
"Every American humane senti-
ment has been shocked by the late
attack on the Jews in Russia
Continued from Page 6C
Friedland, Dr. Annis,
Mrs. Milledge to Get
Special NCCJ Citations
Samuel Friedland will be among
recipients of a silver medallion
and certificate in recognition of
his activities "which have contri-
buted to increased understanding
and cooperation between commun-
ity groups, or which have fostered
closer relations between the peo-
ples of America."
Presentation will be made Mon-
day evening at the fifth annual
Brotherhood dinner sponsored by
the Florida region of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews.
Others scheduled to receive
medallions and certificates at
the event scheduled for the Fon-
tainebleau hotel' are Mrs. Stan-
ley Milledge and Dr. Edward R.
Annis.
Friedland, chairman of the board ,
of Food Fair Stores, is president j
of Temple Emanu-EI. He is a mem-
ber of the service planning com-
mittee of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, past chair-
man of the Miami Beach Division
campaign in behalf of Community
Chest, a Fellow of Brandeis Uni-
versity and top leader in Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
In 1957, the Food Fair Foun-
dation will grant more than 300
university scholarships to deserv-
ing students.
Mrs. Milledge Is a member of
Miami Shores Community Chureh,
where she has been a Sunday
school teacher and director of the
youth choir. Active in the Girl
Scouts both locally and nationally,
she is immediate past regional
chairman and a commissioner of
the Dade County Girl Scouts.
She is secretary of the executive
board of the Community Chest,
past chairman of the hoard of
Children's Service and the Visiting
Continued on Page 8C
SAMVH FffffMANO
The Cost of Prejudice
More Than Ever Before
By SIDNEY FIELDS
The cost of prejudice to Ameri-
can industry is $30,000,000,000 a
year in wasted manpower, produc-
tion, and morale. The figure cannot
include (he incalculable and far
more terrible cost in human suf-
fering and indignity. .
"That means that $10 out of ev-
ery $75 paycheck are wasted on the
phony luxury of indulging our pre-
judices," says Dr. Everett R. Clin-
chy, who as head of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
has been laboring for 28 years to
convert hatred to understanding.
Discrimination in industry is
most commonly based on color,
religion, language and national
origin, economic status, educa-
tion and politics. (Try being a
Republican in some areas of
South Carolina or a Democrat in
Vermont.) But prejudice at the
hiring gate, or the dislike on the
job of white for Negro, German
for Pole, Protestant for Catholic
or Christians for Jew is only
one part of the vast hate problem
that infects our society and the
world.
"If civilization is to survive we
must learn as much about the hu-
man personality as we do about
the atom," Dr. Clinchy says. "We've
never developed the love, compas-
sion, and understanding in human
beings to anywhere near their ca-
pacity. Psychiatrists are probing
for this now. And it's here that
science converges with faith and
reaches for the highest ideals in
both."
...
Dr. Clinchy, tall, spare, white,
and 59, with three children and
nine grandchildren, was born in
Harlem when it was a suburb. His
father was a carpet salesman. Dur-
ing four years at Wesleyan Uni-
versity, interrupted by service in
World War I, Clinchy held a job
as student-minister in a little
church in Fairmont, N.J.
"They took me because they
couldn't get anyone else," he says.
He got a Bachelor's degree at
Lafayette, went to Union Theolog-
ical and Columbia where he got his
Continued on Page 7C
Hatred is
One of Our
Top Errors
By FAITH BALDWIN
People often take pride in preju-
dice; they are not ashamed, Heaven
pity them. And yet prejudice
which is hate and envy, which is
the slimy feeling of false superiori-
ty is, together with nationalized
greed, the root of war, weapons to
destroy a people and a nation.
I believe that the extermina-
tion of prejudice is not accom-
plished by wars but by ordinary
men, women and children,
through their attitudes toward
on* another. In recent years the
people who have most helped me,
outside of my immediate family,
are Jews and Gentiles, Catholics
and Protestants. I turn to them
in trouble, I ask their prayers,
knowing there is one God for us
alL
Mankind's worst enemies do not
always fight openly, stating: "I
hate this ... or that. Take it leave
it." Such are easiest to meet In
combat. No, the worst are those
who operate as underground mur-
murs: the stabbing word, so casual;
Continued on Page IC
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Februc
)ISON is the Stuff of Bigotry
L DOROTHY C FISHEK
k the most ordinary, everyday
[which makes us see to it that
labels are kept pasted on
^Hes of dangerous chemical*
|l need on the shelves of our
tine closet. Iodine, for in-
L although an excellent dis-
nt. would be the death of a
| who took i drink of it. We
very well that such labels
[be renewed, if they fade, or
j unreadable,
[exactly the same way a con-
1 repetition is needed of the
"Poison" on all forms of mase-
prejudice. racial injustices, making
an individual suffer for something
he doesn't do, or is not, because
some of his group have done it or
been it. They are all poisons
some slow and insinuating and
gradual, some lightning-swift like
a rattlesnake's bite. And every va-
riety, slow or swift, mildly sicken-
ing or quickly fatal, should be
labeled in our minds, "Poison", so
that we recognize it as dangerous
the instant we see or hear it.
When we see somebody incau-
tiously step out towards a piece of
ice on a sidewalk, on which we
have scon others slip and fall, we
fe Emerged from Our
[lection Virtually Clear
All Political Scars
Ly CARL M. SAUNDERS
[Editor, Jackson (Mich.)
Citiien-Patriot
United States emerged laRt
nber from a national election
|a scattering of scars but a
num of open sores.
out of that election came a
nding evidence that we are
ople.
ing the campaign there was
i talk of the colored vote, the
|lic vote, the Jewish vote, the
I vote. etc. But when the votes
totaled, the segments into
political managers had di-
our people were found non-
mi.
kre were those who said that
Idate Eisenhower would lose
i Jewish vote, because he had
ozened up to the embattled
i of new Israel. But he scored
|ly in New York's Jewish sec-
They said the Democrats
get the Irish^arid the Cath-
ote for a variety of reasons
! that Ike was a Presbyterian,
hat some bigots preferred a
Kith no church to a confessed
itant. But Ike carried Massa-
itts with its heavy Irish and
i Catholic population.
so it werrt.
iy of the vote shows that
there was a minimum of block vot-
ing by ethnic, color, or religious
groups.
That is as it should be in Ameri-
ca.
However, that isn't all. That is as
it should be throughout the world.
We are observing Brotherhood
Week, but it isn't enough that you
treat your neighbor decently and
respect the dignity of the folks of
different color who live down the
street.
If ever the world is to attain that
goal which it so long has sought
peace for all peoples it can be
attained only by the spirit of broth-
erhood. ,
And what is the spirit of brother-
hood?
In essence it is a respect for the
rights and the opinions of others,
whether among individuals or na-
tions. When the time comes that
the unpredictable men in the Krem-

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shout to him "Look out! Danger!"
We should train ourselves to have
the same reaction of shocked alarm
when we hear somebody voice one
of those horridly mild-sounding
conversational expressions of pre-
judice: Well, he's this or that. What
would you expect?
Civilized people have advanced
e far in understanding at to
feel dicomfort on hearing such
phrases. But the discomfort is
not ytt oreat enough, in moat
cases, to match the discomfort of
answering boldly in a good loud
voice, "Such talk is dangerous.
Words llko that great* the slid*,
down which it is mighty easy to
slip to hellishly iniquitous act*."
One of the difficulties is that we
get tired of the necessary repeti-
tion of the warnings against raoikl
discrimination, but we have the
cheering hope that they may not be
always needed. A good many warn-
ings of the past can be laid aside,
because we have outgrown the prac-
tices they labeled as dangerous.
lin yield to the philosophy that
every man and every nation is en-
titled to go his own way so long
as the rights and opinions of others
are not infringed, then we may
welcome true brotherhood.
Then, in truth, we may keep the
promise of Tennyson and,
"Ring in the thousand years of
peace."
The key to it all is the occasion
we now mark as Brotherhood
Week.
*P
'^SjST BROS RV;#;
We can get rid forever of all this
talk about resisting racial discrim-
ination by stopping it. When
American citizens, men and wom-
en, are judged not by the group to
which they belong, but by their
individual personalities, and ad-
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American principle to theaters,
hotels, schools, hospitals, graduate
schools and the like, we can stop
this tiresome, hammer-hammer-ham-
mer on the theme that unjust ex-
clusion of one is POISON for us all.
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strength or construction, bow it cleans or nourishes, price,
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By B. H. BIDDER. Jr.
Publisher, Duluth (Minn.)
Ntws-Tribunt
As Brotherhood Wort approach-
es M (cc\ impelled to restate a
fundamental pniniM of which too
many persons seem to lose
Brotherhood is not matter ol i|
norinj r trying t" er.ee the dif-
ferences that uiit among people
To the contrary, brotherhood can
nourish onl) when people are
aware ol their differences, learn
to discern and underatand them,
and are proud of them.
The vaglM and rather comic-
eending attitude we call tolerance
tttk to do with bretherkood.
see me.ins unly to put Up
thing, to suffer it out of
ilence or coui I liter-
Is founded on much firmer
ground than that it i- founded on
nd on rl
thai i
md have every right to
The op-
set k t" accord to'
all of our i l on
person's
and his Individuality, including
makes him different from
another. This respect for Individu-
ality and lor differences due- not
In any way contradict the idi
America being a "melting pot." It
enriches it by n ng and pre-
serving the basic ingredients.
Tli.
TUBE IS WO HOOD IN Itonw^ a
** 'vi LOWSVUi tic
> sp msors the Brotherhood Week | serves as a timely rea
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who advocate this obviously miss
the whole point For. a- individuals
and as groups we cherish our dif-
ferences They are an integral part
of us. and to rob US of them would
he to kill us by dismemberment.
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews, which annual-
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that his faith is the only true faith."
This is the sort of respect
through which brotherhood flour-
ishes And Brotherhood Week also
ognized the extremeb/ri
personal nature of relirfi
deliberately provided safe
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'Jewlst fhrMHon
e Truth of the Equality of Man
. .mi I I AM RLOCK man "Wo hnl>l 1K. ,. ._ .. .
Page 5C
By WILLIAM BLOCK
the Pitttburoh Pot-Gaiette
L appropriate that the United
T, should each year observe a
jerhood Week. For this nation
[deliberately conceived in the
[of the Fatherhood of God and
consequent brotherhood of
jscrimination Violates the
Principles of Democracy
T '1Te.'!?,d the9 ,ruths t0 ^ I before their Creator is self-evident
sel-evident" says our Declaration in that it is demon, rable to the
crXT^r^V" me" arC FeaS0n Man' with bis free wiU rnSy
E!5k!^ S hey aiLe en- foret this truh or even reject it
dowed by the.r Creator with cer- But he cannot forget or reject
henseUna3;enUfee Ub^' 7Z* WUhUt reprisal hitnse.f"- us"
oursuit of {;. ??*' C aSl in leS8 e,evated instance- he
ThP.nihftfrK Cannot fOTget or W ^e natural
The truth of the equality of men laws of diet without reprisal to
himself.
Brotherhood Week, which is
sponsored by the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, should
help us recall the truth of brother-
hood in a common Fatherhood,' a
truth which is especially relevant
to American society, composed as
it is of such a plurality of religious
it and live closely by its principles.
i r,iMrt hiootrv' ta the8e days o danger to America ar|d cultural backgrounds. The dig
* fr"'\oJ in America Steal 2 can P6'1 nothln* to der-; nity of man. the worth of the in-
mine the unity which is so essential dividual, the freedoms of con-
to our safety. Nothing is so de- science, speech, expression, and op-
structive of unity than the hate,' Portunity all these values we
ing routed in America. Stead-
tnd surely, in education, em-
nent. housing and in all hu-
relations, discrimination is
|ng. Much remains to be done,
L sure, and Brotherhood Week
[reminder to us that the task is
" incomplete.
discriminate against a man
kise of race, color, creed or na-
Ll origin is antithetical to de-
tjcy and dangerous to America.
Biis time of democracy's test-
I we must proclaim our faith in
ishington Fete
linds Us That
jotry Must Die
By DWIGHT YOUNG
ir, Dayton (O.) Journal-Herald
ht week in which Washington's
fcday anniversary falls has been
ved for 23 years as a time for
ferial attention to the task of
kinating the causes of racial and
Rious hostilities. The time was
fly chosen.
National Conference of
os and Jews, in the spon-
aip of Brotherhood Week, is
I a service to the highest pa-
lism. Prejudice, intolerance and.
* are more than a crime against
teaching of Christianity, Juda-
I and other great religions. They
equally a crime against the
cratic goals of America.
enuine brotherhood could ce-
lt the people of America into a
ptual force beyond calculation
Its effect on the world.
discord, suspicion and bitterness
which prejudice breeds.
There can be no second class
citixent in America. As we ex-
pect each men, black end white,
Jew end Christian, native and
foreign born to beer the respon-
sibilities of citiienship, so we de-
mand that each there In its rights
and privileges and we seek that
all shall live in mutual respect,
understanding and friendship.
cherish have their foundation in
this truth.
An attack on the foundation is an
attack on the values. Yet, the
foundation is not threatened so
much by the dynamite of a hostile
ideology as it is by our own slow
vandalism. Each one of us chips
away at the foundation when he in-
dulges in racial or religious bigot-
ry, out of thoughtlessness or mal-
ice; when he hates men rather than
error; when he would deny to oth-
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The time will come, and soon I'JJJf "^ ^^ ** Cl*'mS fr h'm"
hope, when Brotherhood Week will
be a reminder, not of the presence
of discrimination in our midst,, but
of it* eradication. Until that time,
we must, each of us, work to break
down its barriers, fight bigotry
wherever we find it and cleanse
our own hearts of blind animosity
against our fellows.
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We do a lot of talking about the
American way of life, though it is
by no means certain that those who
talk most know what they are talk-
ing about. Brotherhood Week
would be a good time to think
about the premise of the American
way: the brotherhood of man in the
Fatherhood of God.
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Asseciete
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an attack murdenm-. ;itrc>cious
and in every way revolting"
In Atlantic City. Judfic Mayer
SulzberRi-r. of Philadelphia. toM
a meetinu tli.it "without hatred or
malice toward Kus-ia or Us rul-
ers, we must proclaim the wrong
that -he i- doing "i pTtsatag the
life out of her Jewish suhjects hy
law and administration and in en-
couraging outright murder, and
rone ."
One June 15, American Jewish
leaden conferred with President
Theodore Roosevelt and Secre-
tary oJ State John Hay on how to
make America- moral position
felt mo>t effectively.
Meanwhile, money wn need-
ed to succor the Kishinev sur-
vivors. But no adequate fund-
raising machinery existed
among American Jews in the
arty yaars of this century. To j
meet Hie critical need for funds, ,
three men undertook a cam-
paign for private, voluntery
contributions. They were Os-
car S. Straus, jurist and diplo-
mat; Jacob H. Schiff financier;
and Cyrus L. Suliberger, mer-
chant, philanthropist and civic
leader. They raised $100,000.
The world had not yet recov-
ered tr.'in the first pogrom when
the second Kishinev massacre
broke in 1905. This time it was
accompanied by a systematic
semi-official campaign of perse-
cution of Jews in eastern Europe
Thousands, made homeless and
starving, again turned imploring-
ly to America.
And again, stepping into the
breech, were Straus, Schiff and
Sulzberger. They sent 1.400 tele-
crios ami*
grams acroea the nation. la re-
sponse, more than a null ion and a
quarter dollars waa turned over
to Russian Jews,
The task had been afleom-
plished. But anU Semitic out-
break* were continuing in Bu-
niania and Galicia; ominous rum-
blings were heard elsewhere. How
could the same three men be ex-
pected to assume such tremendous
personal responsibility again and
again? Slowly, the idea of setting
up a permanent committee to
deal with such contingencies be-
gan to excite discussion. It was
even suggested that this group
might handle, in a broad fashion.
Jewish affain of interest to the
Jews of America.
Such groups (Jewish groups) al-
ready existed in Europe, and the
concept of a representative body
to deal with Jewish affairs had
been considered before In this
country. Now, spurred by Kish-
inev, it gained fresh impetus.
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WDQl MA1U
mzMe*
***eh I had set up i,
York," reminisced Dr.
Adler many yaars I*
ave a man's party t,,
er It men. In the tint
of these days, I mat, .
rarebit in a chafinaahai
drank beer .
Out of such informal pji.
emerged many differing l,
als for an American Jeviikl
These met with a variety
hement objections. It M|
erally agreed that
should be done, but _
need was too pressing to
Five outstanding
Jews met in New YorlTttl
sider the situation: Lews
shall, one of the great
tional lawyers of his __
uel Greenbaum, Justice .
New York State Supreme <
Nathan Bijur. soon to be ea
to the State Supreme
bench; Jnseph Jacobs,
and Cyrus L. Suliberger.
In January. 1906, tier
invitation to 57 ru
inent American Jews to i
New York City on Fab
Jewish Horning Journal
that those invited includes 1
bis, multimillionaires,
and Socialists"
The first meeting oa 11
day night, adjourned
and a half hours of
bate. Evan the five nods'
odds. What was to be ten
of the organization? WJul j
ture? Bow extensive its,
Ay? Dehate was raanearit i
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Can't Afford the Cost of Bias
Pag* 7C
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and was ordained a Pres-
Bltnister, and went on to
\ his PhD, but had to quit
I of money. He eventually
PhD at Drew, writing a hia-
l hate in America, called
|tbe Name of God," which
nged to "Growth of Good
[he first came to Wesleyan
f Clinc-hy tried to bring stu-
, different faiths together.
He year the Federal Coun-
.oteitant Churches met in
tGa.. the headquarters of
JClux Klan, and formed a
|te< of Cood Will Between
X and .Tews" to study "How
Gansman get that way?"

the terrible hate engen-
lurinc the Al Smith presi-
| campaign, five prominent
\ the Committee Charles
Hughes. Newton D. Baker,
... Cadman, Carlton J. H.
End Roger W. Straus, formed
linnal Conference of Chris-
Id Jews and asked Clinchy
lit."
[purpose than was net only
olvt the Klan's hate," he
|"but man's hate against
matter whtrt he found
i held our first meeting at
fail and I plastered the
[from floor to coiling with
hat* posters against
, and people wore shocked
tnom existed in America."
ktaff then was one stenog-
[and his office a tiny room
er Fourth Avenue. Today
lional Conference of Chris-
bd Jews has 250,000 volun-
|jd contributors, and 250 em-
in 64 offices in the U.S.,
800 chapters.
Conference was the first
and persistent attempt
the hostility and preju-
bich have diseased social,
and business relations in
I," ays Dr. Clinchy.
with the children by
their educators to the di-
f bate And it's to their erer-
I credit that every school is
(of it today, even if nega-
Vare of it. as in the South.

be turned to the adults
! into every community or-
from churches to veier-
M
AUTO TRIM SHOP
i Made Sport Tops
and Seat Covers
[TREE ESTIMATES"
Free Parking
36th St. NI S-0522
METALLIC
SNEERING CO.
'a'izire in Alloy Metals
I* N.W. 80th SHEET
Hmm pi 9-247J
|GREETIH.G S
Hollopetcr
[* Post, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
J SALES & RENTALS
ME. MIAMI AVENUE RD.
1 ** n 3-737*
ans posts. And then they went into
industry through unions, personnel
chiefs and chambers of commerce.
"At the suggestion of a Cath-
olic priest we began Brotherhood
Week," Dr. Clinchy says, "It's
now celebrated in 3,000 cities
and towns and is a national in-
stitution independent of us."
From the first Dr. Clinchy took
to the road to do his work, not
only in America, but all over the
world. He's about to help set up a
center of human relations in Hol-
land. On one ocean trip, after meet-
ing Dick Rodgers. the song "You've
Got to Be Taught to Hate," showed
up in "South Pacific." Quietly
tactfully, Dr. Clinchy and the Na-
tional Conference wrestle daily
with such problems as Negro pilots
on commercial airlines, a suburb
in Richmond barring Jews, or ask-
ing a professor addressing a liter-
Jary society how -literature would
j be served by reading a paper on
the immorality of the Popes.
Cw*~r STOCKTON. (CAL) IKCHIO
TO ALL HAPPV H6Lft)AYS
Arnold Building Corporation
LICENSED AND INSUIEO IUILDIMG CONTRACTOtS
"We MM To Tear Stiif*/*"
Apartjnenbs Motels Better Type Home*
# Factories Warehouse*
4757 N. W. 2nd Artnus Phone PL 1-0342
To All. Greefinf s
FRANK AREYALO
fHEIGHT FORWARDING
1012 Chamber ef Commerce Bldg. Ph. FR 3-4533
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
KING FINISH PLASTER CO.
LIME COLORED PLASTER
Phone FR 3-2031
260 N. W. 27th Street Miami Florida
H. el. Wainwright & Sons
3135 COMMOOOM PLAZA COCONUT GBOVI PH. HI 3-1421
Telephone TU 8-8431
GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
P. & o. DOCIS
MIAMI

TO ALL GREETINGS
DOKHORN PRODUCE
2143 N.W. 12th Avenue
Phone FR 9-8411
Em-Orson Service & Repairs
TO Alt GREETINGS
AUTHORIZED JACTORV SCRVICB
Restaurant Equipment Reliable Experienced
3450 N. Miami Ave. Phone FR 3-7270
U All Our Frienrfj, Pafroes end Acquaintances Nappy Brotherhood Week
Ted's Broadway Battery t Ignition
BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS
3721 N.W. 36th STtKT, MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE NE 4-1331
HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
John V. Hardeman and John V. Hardeman, Jr.
6 Monfhi Auto UmUMy Pelicy
2722 Ponce Do Leon Blvd. Phone HI 3-4607
Besf Wishes To All
NATIONAL
TITLE
COMPANY
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES
Main Office
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE HI 4-1601
Branches:
Huntington Medical Bldg.. Fort Lauderdale. Miami Beach
Florida Seafoods, lac.
MEfTMNU TO AU 001 F*NM AWO AC0OA/NTANCES
JOf STALLONE
"Far */ MM AWa
12S N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE
SEAFOOD AT ITS BUT
PHONE FR 4-040B
GREETINGS
Brearley Plumbing Co., Inc.
GOOD WORK, PROMPT SERVICE
"Your Satisfaction Is Our Pleasure" Our Prices Are Right
6001 S.W. 24th ST. MO 6-6016
f.H. 4'ii .-WIMKII
A
LARGE
VARIETY
OF ENTREES
TO CHOOSE FROM
COMPLETE $|00
DINNERS "and up
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
Try Our Famous Whipped Cream Pita 25c
T Y LER'S 1
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i
i <
p NIT OF FREE ;NG AIR CONDITIONED
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GREETINGS
BEN W. SIIVERMAN and MIIFORO $. PUBCEl of
Coplan Pipe S Supply Co.
3120 N.E. 2nd AVENUE 'HONE FR 4-17M
Wholesale Plumbing Fixtures
Briggs Beautyware Plumbing fixtures lljtr Plumbing fixtures
9-JetvlsltnrwHlnrj r^. p<
Trio Will Get NCCJ GtationstQ
Continu.d from P.*. 1C .mi Family Service Florid, re- l.ti,t Work
gion of the National Conference of th eomm.. J. ** ***
.,_____ .. nnH v re chatrnian f.L_:...;__. ._j i_______j i__._____ """munis M i.""
GREETINGS .
HUGH KIRKLAND
Phone Ml) 8 4736
Masonry Stone Brick
Quality Materials .. Quality Workmanship ... a combina-
tion that adds up to a construction team that builds for the
future.
Continued from Paet 1C
Nurso ,\--n MM) I fit* ch;iirm;in
of the Dd* County OouaeO <>n
((immunity Relations.
Dr Annis. a noted surgeon here,
d i member of the Goswnort
Committee on Pan-American Rela-
tion- and Governor's Commission
ir the Refugee Relief Act He u
on the board of director- of Mi-
ami Family Service. Florida re-
gion of the National Conference of
Christiana and Jews and la*t year
chaired the Brotherhood dinner
here.
During the tame program, six
high Khool students will alto
receive special honor* attesting
to their leadership in human re-
No One Can Be Perfectly Free Till All Are Freer*
^MNM^-^eBSJBBJSHSSjeafBJffBJSBfll^^
35 E. S7th ST.
HIAIEAH, FIA.
C I E E T I N 0 S
POM & HERNDON ENGINES, INC.
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
Gasoline t Diesel Sales t Service
19 N.W. SOUTH RIVER DRIVE PHONE FR 4-1577
BEST W I S H fS
YELLOW CAB CO.
(foimerly Checker Cab)
MIAMI-Pfcone FR 44141 MIAMI BEACH-JE 1-3411
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
1000 Lincoln Road
Palm Beach247 Worth An.
Greetings To All
Skagseth
Your Friendly Stationery Stores
MIAMI
3979 N.W. 24th St.-Ph. NE 5-6581
46S.E. 1 if St.-Ph. FR 14*11
USOB Id If-CAM puZ JN ,m
MIAMI BEACN
1507 Wash. Ave.-P*. JE 14894
CMi SUFMtVO. etri IweN* NfWS
"WE CATER TO PARTIES" PMONf HI J4S4S
SORREXTO RESTAMBANT
(tafias CaWae 4 Pina Air Ceadrrieawd Pirate's Cave
305440 S.W. tta ST. (ea the Trail) MIAMI, FlOtWA
"Plenty at Parking Is
To My Many friends and Acquaintances .
A VRY HAPPY BROTHERHOOD WEEK
E. M. ADAMS
La Vigne Electric
*
3640 N.W. 48th STREET PHONE NE 44591
p-'W-'WWW^v
GREETINGS
CEMENT BLOCK IMmsmuk
CERTIFIED CEMENT BLfScM 1KS
Immediate Delivery
JACK SWERDLIN
44W S.W. 74th Aven.-OM Bird Rd
Psoae MO 17*9*
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
1656 Lenox Avenue
L L POWELL & SONS
REALTORS
GREETINGS
Lehnhard-Burgess Corporation
FLORIDA MACHINERY CORP.
Contractor Equipment
Woodworking and Metal working Machinery
316 S.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Pfcees PI 9-0*47
insurance Adjusters
mi um roe the companies
2828 Biacayne Blvd.
Phsne HI 41539
PROCTOR AND SON BODY WORKS
3388 DougU. Ro7dAT CVERS TAILOR MADE
Miami. Florida

Phon* JE 1-3357
Ph. FR 9-4708
*Mrt# Pa tat tat.
*" -* ?*
Cora Ann Culvw .,
to Denn.s Ba e^H
School. LmdT^H
Symonetio. of Booke ;'
ton High School Tl
Th, citation, w||, fc,
* br James M. UcU*
"north, board ^JsZa.
* "ranted b CJT"J
ch.irrn.n0fMwJjr
*ee. John B. Turn*! j
chairman of the area*."1
The dinner will m* ,
unal opening of r,
Week. Dr Arthur -pT
noted physicist and chin
World Brotherhood efflj
of honor at this ociajjojj
James B Reston. chief J
ton correspondent of the i
Times, will Kjve u,e p^
dress The subject of hu,
Morality and Foreign
Top Failii
Continued from Pay |
the undermining phra.
good humor. Usually i_
the way by saying. "W.,,
stand I haven't a shred d|
dice personally Nt-.-'.J
Never let it pass. Pis I
drag it out Ask: Why?Ad,
and where? Present yowL
and in no spirit of asolajj. j
Propaganda is norsolyi
Department It m far
^Aw^^'^M^i^WhlS
GORDON R00m I
SHEET MET At
414 s.w. rui Atn.. mi
Haw* your roof ropilrWi
will >( on M rod
Eiporioncod sir.
*
cetWHCs
MANLYS METAl
Boot Tanks Plartsrl
General Sheet Metal'
31M N. MieaJ Are.
OUiriMGS
1
DEMPScTS
RADIO I TELE
SALES AND SERVKT
All Work GuaraBU"!
"PAST StWC
7*4 N.I. 79th St.
Yacht B*tfh |
1884 N. W.J***
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TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Rader and Associates
ENGINEERS & ARCHITECTS
111 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone FR 1-3551
Miami, Florida
TO ALL GREETINGS
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jig away birthday calces, instead of eating
i, Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn/s
Branch at 1901 SW 8th st. celebrates
anniversary this month by presenting
40-inch-wide cakes, decorated like dimes,
I Variety Children's Hospital and another
it-shaped cake to National Children's Car-
: Hospital. Besides presenting cakes. Dade
yial president Joseph M. Lipton (left) hand-
ed association's annual contribution to these
hospitals to Jack Bell, of Committee of 1.000.
Milton D. Dreyfus, vice president of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital, and A. J. "Jack"
Cleary, chairman of Dade county chapter.
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.
Dade Federal, with resources exceeding 100
million dollars, is one of nation's oldest and
largest savings and loan associations.
LEWIS CRANE SERVICE & LEWIS STEEL ERECTION INC.
Structural Erection Reinforcing Placing Rigging
2201 N.W. 1st CL Phone FR 9-4551 ;
it Once-When We Were Young
I Continued from Past AC
that mooting, too, oioke up
rs later without agreement.
tut Hit idta would net dia.
cunion went on.and agree-
' on how to proceed wet
consolidated. Out of a
m May came a Com-
of Fifteen which set-
i. down to the business of
niring "a body to be known
The American Jewish Com-
Itee of the United State*."
ch prominent figures es
If Lewitohn, Julius Re
>TT ELECTRIC. INC
ESIDENTIAL
[INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCIAL
Wiring Repairs
| Alterations of AH Kinds
North Miami Avenue
HON. FR 3-42*4
for Better Health VUl the
tami Health Institute
tftril Dieanesis end X-Rey
si Tkeraey Body Cenditiealaf
Colenic Irrigations
Cakiatts aad Maiieae
Ultra Soaic Therapy
*MS Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE PL 7-7W4
wald, Lewis N. Dembiti end
Henry N. Butiel were included
in the enlarged Committee of
Fifty, which met in New York's
Hotel Savoy en Nov. 11. 1904
to draft a constitution.
Thus, after six months of de-
liberation and arduous labor The
American Jewish Committee was
born.
Out of Kishinev's flames was
kindled a beacon for human
rights:
TO ALL GREETINGS
TYRIJS T. TllIPP
1520 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
HARRY C. SCHWEBKE
AND ASSOCIATES LAND SURVEYORS
"WE COVER CRMTH MIAMI"
teeseeeete fetes Prompt Senriet
4141 N.W. 2nd AVUfUC
MIAMI, FIORIA
PHONE PL 1-1444
3141 S.W. 22ad STREET
SERVICE
QUALITY
GOOD WILL
I T I N S
[* METAL PRODUCTS CO.
Orsemeetet tree
Grills Oalu
Pwch RalTlap
c"Hei Made Ateaa
^rm Shatters
J* N.W. HM STRUT
>* MU l.t
"GLASS TOR EVERY PURPOSE"
DU^rthtito-s Libbey. Owens. Ford Glass Co. st Insulux Glass Block
1401 141* N.W. 7th Are., Miami 34, rankle "* V-7SI1
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA

Formerly of 124th Otreet and Biscayne Boulevard
FRANK BARESSES
Haliaa-Amerka* Restaurant
NOW AT
2610 H.W. 119th St.
MU 8-926S
TO ALL GREETINGS FROM JULIUS SAPERO i
LAWRENCE LUMBER CO.
F. H. A. FINANCING
9300 N.W. 36th Avenue Phone MU 8-6571
YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS
BRIDGES TRANSFER CO.
1147 N.W. 22nd Street
Phone FR 4-4768
in riNd
AMERICAN CHEMICAL COMPANY
SANITARY ead JANITOR SUPPLIES INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS
277 WIST FLAGLER STRtTT PNONI FR *-ll02
GREETINGS
OtrVf WITH CAM USl SINCLAIR,
VENETIAN SERVICE STATION
SINCLAIR GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES
370 N.I. ISth Street Paont FR 4-9457 Miami, Florida
To Our Many Friends and
D
Acquaintances
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
T
General Contractors
MO 7-3968
JOSEPH F. RUSSO
*
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Friday, fi
brwsy
5,1
TO ALL ... GREETINGS
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
>
BREAKFAST
Music
153 N.E. 1st Street
LUNCHEON DINNER
Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 JUfl.
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 4-4733
+J-
-
SEASONS GSIUIHGS
MIAMI BEACH TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
J. F. Davidson, Owner
1426 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH

PHONE JE 4-2091
H. L. Robertson
PLUMBING, HEATING and GAS INSTALLATIONS
"Wt COVM CKIA71K MIAMI"
3148 S.W. 22nd Street Miami, Florida
Phone HI 8-1788
P. RICHARDSON & SON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone FR 1-5782
WARD PAVING CO.
CONTRACTORS
STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS
1731 N.W. 54th STREET PH0N| n ,.
MIAMI
IN A HURRY CALL
KIMBALL MURRAY
THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS
5705 N.W. 2sd Avenue Phon. pL MS21
AMERICAN LAUNDRY
6220 N.W. 2nd A
To AH .. Season's Greetings
Joseph M. Messana
MASON CONTRACTOR
Licensed Insured
Phone MU 1-7011
15240 S. River Drive
4.
Miami, Florida
FITZPATRICK PAINTING & DECORATING*
Out.id. LumlnaII FerF^Z-THE *""*
MAN
*005 N.W. 7th AVENUE "" THE BEST
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARn
7737 M.I. 2nd AVENUE M XAHD
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL^ ^
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
DORN-MARTIN DRUG CO?
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
5898 Sunset Drive
Air Condition** for y, C.mrorf
South Miami
** Delivery s.ryie, ""
/
Residents oi Hialeah-Miami Springs area hold
a Sunday morning "coffee cup" meeting to
start Combined Jewish Appeal solicitation in
their city. These members of campaign cabinet
have established local CJA office at Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center. Seated front row
(left to right) are Frank Kirschner, David Sachs.
Mrs. DavidI Sachs. Mrs. Nathan Beck.
chairman. Samuel Leyine. cx^hcunW*!
nard Funnan. Shown rear (leftloll1
Jaeeph Horowitx. Gilbert J. Levy J.
Abraham Fraidldn. Jacob Kirschbaum
Malakott. and Seymour Liebman, i
Division chairman.
Youth Federation Elects Officers

Newly organized Greater Miami
FeJemtiM si Temple Youth has
elected Its initial let of officers.
These include Meredith Weiland,
Temple Beth Sholom, president;
Jack Kopelman, Temple Judea.
vice president; Dm Levies:, Temple
Judea. rerordini! secretary; Janice
Fine Temple Beth El. Hollywood.
rarrespendiae secretary; Michael
Weiss, Temple Israel, treasurer.
In additmn to the Temples
named, the following Temples are
represented in the Federation:
Temple Israel of West Palm Beach.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauder-
dale. Temple Sinai of North Miami
and South Dade Jewish Center.
The meeting, held Saturday at
Temple Beth Sholom. was chaired
by James Breslauer, Florida vice
president of the Southeast Federa-
tion of Temple Youth, an affiliate
of the National Federation of Tem-
ple Youth, which fs sponsored by
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, national body of Re-
form and Liberal Judaism.
Serving as advisors ttf the Feder-
ation are Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard, director of the South Florida
Council of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations and rabbi of
the South Dade Jewish Center, sad
Rabbi Minard Klein, of Temple
Beth El. Hollywood.

ro ALL...
GREETINGS
*
ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY
Phone: MO 7-2551
Box 786. Coral Gobies. Flo.
4!
Greetings To 4//
Coral Gardens Motel ft Apts.
"Aporfmeirt, 0;ed for Cnreum livi,,"
3*22 ML 8th kM Miami r|wHa
Phone HI 6-9980
y?
Speedy Greyhound OtsJ
alric, which recently I
ed 11-year-old Kscaynst
record, poses wtth
Sandy Riddell at new 1
000 Biscayne Kennel Oasj
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT f
TITLE COMPANY,
Complete Abstract
p ini? EEJ!F HOLID^---------
port* a?!Vm^0:> WUMO
205-07 TLlncJm T "OTOGRAPHERS
Phone JE 1-5260 *' 3S0 "-coin Road
oils-frames tmSSnn^ norida
SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR'
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FOOD TOWN
formerly DULANEYS
Prim suJ ~ '"*
PHONE JE 8-055111 *" **"* **
FREE DELIVERY
THE ONLY ABfTMCT
PLANT Df
MIAMI BEACH
1630 Lenox Awow
MIAMI BEACH
Bond
Transfer Co., Inc.
Trucking
1944 N.W. 7th AVENE
PHONE Ft 4-J1**
SAVOY flOTBtj
'Open Year A*P 1
e ALL OUTSIDE ty*
DOWNTOWN A
HOMELIK8 ,
2S2 N.W. Second SW


Pebruary 15. 1957
mt Free
)sting to
ie/ Now?
el of 11 nationaUy-ootsd
and communal leaders
m as judges in the eaaay
itaeinK *ponsored through-
country by the National
, Division of the Amen
nh Congress, according to
fcrles P. F'einberg, Florida
I Division president in this
j national Women's Divi-
e president,
ompetit.on. open to college
j of all faiths betwean tha
|17 to 22. offers winners a
hio consisting of an all-
Ipaid six-week summer
la of Lsrael. There will be
ers in all. one of whom will
sident of this area, Mra.
| said.
_.rs of the 11-man cemmit-
IdRes are the following: Dr.
Toldstein, president, AJCon-
udge Justine Wise Polier,
I, AJCongress national
.'committee: Maurice Sam-
Jthor and lecturer: Mrs.
kike. Department of Chris-
Ill Relations. Episcopal Di-
-if New York: Dr. Harold
president. Sarah Lawrence
Dr. Abraham Neuman,
A. Dronie Colleee: Judge
1 Levinthal. of Philadelphia:
|a Gens. Columbia Univer-
Joseph Lash, director.
Citizens Committee for
b; and former Judge Hu-
my
scholarships were estab-
_ memory of the late Dr.
Irelegorsky, executive 6*1-
|of AJCongress. who died
If. Award -iviners will he
fm New York City to I-
iMr 2 and returnt Au. U).
ItWtr visit to the new state.
|-particip!ite in a summer
Twnducted by the School
w Culture and Education
J-YoHt I'nivarsity.
orkshop provides six col-
iiU, transferrable to any
' college or university in
jd. States. While in Is-
m American students will
Jrieir headquarters at the
Waterman Wise Youth Cen-
Jcrusalmi, the principal
till J IM9S
\y\ A SON
4 Metd Works
mof
FOtMNC & WEIDING
OUAMMfTAl IRON
FOLDBMI GATES
stm
RAIIFN6S
PUKES
r* SO. rvn WL N[ 4-273S
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Greetings ,
BILL AUSTIN FORD. Inc.
HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE
"WE APPRECIATE DOING BUSINISS rV/TH YOU"
A pair at brothora or* seen in a benefit performance for Mi.
Sinai Hospital's dental clinic. Dr. Oacar S. Ruskin (left), presi-
dent of Miami Beach Optimists, presents a check for $350 to
Dan B. Ruskin. vice president of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Check was
donated by Optimists for purchase of an aspirator for hospital's
dental clinic. For Dan Ruskin this is no new role, as he heads
hospital's development fund drive for more than $4,000,000 to
build new 300-bed Mt. Sinai.
Miami Public Relations Firm /Heps Center Programs
The Miami firm of Gerald tional event a month for the shop-
Schwartz and Richard Rundell has i ping center. The first such event
concluded an agreement to handle; staged by Schwartz and Rundell
public relations for the new 163rd, was the initial annual snow Tes-
Street Shopping Center, it was an- j tival, which drew national press
nounced last week. > coverage for the area, held on Dec.
The firm will stage one promo-! 15.
youth hostel in Israel, built and
maintained by AJCongress' Wom-
en's Division.
American college students of any
race, religion or creed who arc be-
tween the ages of 17 and 22 are
eligible to- compete for the David
Petegorsky Scholarships. Winners
will be selected on the basis of an
essay content on the subject, "Whv
1 want to attend the summer work-
shops in Israel."
Essays should be not more than
2.000 words in Jength Further de-
tails and entry blanks may be ob-
tained from the American Jewish
Congress office at 906 Congress
bldg.. Miami.
Deadline for the submission of
essays, together with proofs of col-
lege enrollment, is midnight. Mar.
15. Winners of the 11 scholarships
will be announced Apr. 15.
To All
Season's Best Wishes
BECKERDOUN, INC.
3801 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone NE 5-0311
ii

To All Greetings
Eli Witt Cigar and Tobacco Company
WHOLESALERS CANDY CIGARETTES PAPER
WONT YOU
MMav-a-Tampa Cigar?
"THEY'RE BETTER" |
73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE FR 4-8185
W^''*"'^',>'^*'**,'W'WW*WWW*WWWWWW*W
CREETfNCS
COCONUT GROVE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 1
DOMESTIC HELP
CAILES $. W. Secti.ii Mrs. ir*M C. Grtene (Owner)
198 S. Dixie Hwy. Coral Gable*
Phena HI 4-1631
DOING QUAUTT WORKMANSHIP
FLOOR FOR OVER 20 YEARS IN MIAMI
sanding ACE TILE & FLOOR CLEANERS
2131 N.W. 51st STREET PHONE NE 4-1293
MAI ESTATE M All ITS MANCNES
mOtvMDM Buildina
Phone FR 9 7671
HArpr NSUDAV
ROME MATTRESS
iMti i Mac l.Utr
" MIAMI AVENUE
rktar Ft 3-2023
Weaver
RexaH
Drug
Stores
am^ n *4***
* It. PkHMXtl
J7 Ph. Nt 4-7*21
*' Pa. H 4H414
'"MO 14491
TO ALL .. SEASON'S BEST WISHES
SWIFT & COMPANY
iletreshingty yours
Swift's ire Cream
PHONE HI 8-6555
To All .. Greetings
Tharpe's Iron Works
WRIUGHT IRON RAILINGS ORNAMENTAL DOORS, ETC.
3155 N.W. South River Drive Miami
Phone NE 5-8713
Greetings To All
Charles L Davenport
LAND SURVIVOR
..... ..-
"A FrfcrnrHy Rank"
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
(Mambsr ol F.D.I.C.)
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
eusmos ro om many hnends
ALUMINUM WROUGHT IRON
MADE AND INSTALLED BY
CARUSO IRON WORKS
Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work
Rear of Aviation Building
3240 N.W. 27lh AVE. PHONE NE 4-6362
6240 S.VV. 21st Street
Phone M0 1-0550
TO All SEASON'S CHETfNCS
FENIM0RE APARTMENT HOTEL
1200 EUCLID AVENUE PHONE JE 1*411
entities
KXEMSER RADIATOR COMPANY
1237 N.I. Ut AVENUE PH. PR 3-3244 FR 1-2257
Sm-WmW Rtpwr.W diMiS* RtxarW

HOLIDAY GREETINGS '
FRANK O. rilI ITT. Ine.
INSURANCE
i
350 NX 15lh STREET
PHONE 2-3169


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Frid
aY. Fri
M. D. GARBIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
Phone m 60836
622 S.W. 27th Avenue
"'. !(
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances ...
Season's Best Wishes
Able Builders
RENTAL EQUIPMENT TIE BEAM FORMS AND ClAMPS FOR RENT
5410 N.W. 14th Avenue Mi- PL 4-2671
.}
"--
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2875 Northwest Lejeune Road Miami
PHONE NE 4-9761
Hoppf Holidays To All Our friends ami Patrons
Flamingo Dress Shop
18 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Ph.cu JE 1-6442
"For the Most Disoriminating Buyer''
Busiest at this time of year art) Greater Miami'i
accountants and CPA's who annually put aside
professional duties to pitch in for Combined
Jewish Appeal. Gathered at a luncheon meet-
ing in Biscayne Terrace hotel to hear Carl
Susskind (center, rear row) tell of desperate
immigration needs overseas and here are
(seated, first row left to right) Cherries HertzofJ,
Edward Holly, Milton Sadoff. Barney Bern-
stein. Howard Learner. Seated (rear row. left
to right) are Marvin Pearlman, Mihaa]
Arthur Lee Winters, Jack Weisglast. Sh,
(left to right) are A. B. Weiner, divisioil
man; Sydney Lefcourt. co-chairman-frj
kind. Business and Professions Ehvisjcei
man; Joseph Poet, co-chairman; and I
Miller. Organizing other accountaBa i
are David Stusin, co-chairman, and!
Bamberg.
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances...
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Complete Marine Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
Beach Federal Has
3 New Directors
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. elected three new di-
rectors at its annual shareholders
meeting. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
president of the association, re-
vealed Wednesday.
New directors are Milton Weiss,
senior partner in the firm of Meyer,
Weiss, Rose and Rose, attorneys,
Miami Beach. Myron H. Willison.
and A. Louis Brown.
Willison has been with Miami
Beach Federal since 1940, and
Brown since 1946, and both have
been vice presidents since 1954.1
They will both continue in that I
capacity in addition to their direct-
orships.
Sovings Program Inaugurated
At Treasure Island School
Pupils of the Treasure Island
Elementary School in North Bay >
I Village are participating in a sav-
ings program inaugurated by the
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., which is the first pro-
gram of its kind in the nation.
One day a week the student
brings to a representative of the
savings institution at the school
caietorium his passbook and a
N. Snore Zionists Afeef
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I
Carlyle ave., Surfside, i
to the board of the Na
Zionist District last
cording to Ezra Finefdij
of the District. Ma
gram chairman, said
that plans for a lunehwad
also discussed.
ATWILL and COMPANY, Inc.
/netment Securities
MS LINCOLN ROAI, MIAMI IIACH. FIMMA PHONE Jf M7J1
sealed envelope contains;
dition. The amount be ill
listed on the outside of I
lope with his name nil
number. These envelope^
cepted at face value m
at the association office, i
the passbook is broaghti
and a new envelope is
This experimental
gram is unique in that it
directly between the sni
tution and the studeal
up by Miami Beach ft<
ings in cooperation with I
ure Island school's PTAl
cipal Herbert Silver.
PHONE NE 5-6531
ATLANTIC ENGINEERING CO.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
AND LAND SURVEYORS
4027 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD
GREETINGS
ALL FLORIDA SURETY COMPANY
"WE COVER THE EARTH"
409 BISCAYNE BUILDING
MIAMI 32. FLORIDA
TO ALL GREETINGS
Dixie Gas Corporation
Moe Longer
405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gable,
The Sherwin-Williams Co.
m/^'g ** w *- M Ok.**..*, ie.. Ml T MSli
____.... _-... Wast Fatal
Greetings
11 Stallins
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY
2755 S.W. 27th AVENUE
PHONE R| MM,
Horn. Bolder. Service, late.
100 N. E. Ut Av.. ,,. F]oMa
$ if iriifi
All Wart Umomi
Factory SftdetalBM
Pick-* mi *#*
MIAMI JACK
SERVICE
Sawcrattiaj
HYDRAUUC JAOB, ITWil
10 S.W. 55* **
Phase tWlWI
miami. nott*
70 Ml..- UBn0L
A & M AUTO SBVtfJ
SEIVKE STAT1P
RKHFIEID PlOwrt
ilaiu
SHENANDOAH CANDIES. INC
5M S.W. 22nd A^uP.HONEH1WWl '
Miami Florida
GREETINGS
Reg's
Applied
12440 NX. *T
PHONE PI ^


February 15, 1957
*wlrkttori
[Sinai Clinic
lemophiliacs
Lted care of hemophiliacs
rituted for the first time
, at ML Sinai Hospital
londay. Feb. 11, it was
| Wednesday by Max Oro-
denl of the hospital.
coordinated services
,loloflit*. orthopedists,
bns, dentists and other
specialists In Mt. Sinai
', ouf-patlent deport-
|i new service was ale-
at an extension of tha
hemotology clinic In
Jjon with tha Southern
Khapter of the NattMMl
K|a Foundation.
MJertner. executive direet-
t Sinai ||o>pital, said the
jd sen-ice for hemophili-
Covide periodic consulta-
checkups, X-rays of joints
f5 and examinations in
,1 clinic.
jbe available by appoint-
^ry llondaj beginning at
hilia is a disease in which
M of blood is abnormally
jsin..' i ccessive bleed-
bemorrhaglng even on
kemal or external injury
to the sufferer.
The clinic serves as a distribut-
in confer of Type Specific
fresh-frozen anti-hemophilic pies-
ma for the entire state. The
Southern Florida chapter of the
[rated Talk
iduled Here
Latiowick, editor of
11 save an
Id lecture on "Israel as I
in the Licht of Bible
' at a Miami Beach Zionist
1 meetinc Thursday eve-
b. 14, in the San Marino
ck it a famous Chris-
and has made several
trips to Israel. His lee-
hich is illustrated with
movies and slides, is
Israel and its future
t standpoint of Bible
v. He hat appeared bo-
il, at well as no-Jewish
throughout the North
continent.
|K Roth, provident of the
rach District and Al Ossip,
chairman extended in-
to Zionist members to
Be open meeting.
CfTINGS TO ALL
[Hilton J. Landry
3I S.W. 8th STHIT
(On the Trail)
rhon. MO 7-2579
x [PLAWT FOOD
On Your Lawn?
9 remits can bo ob-
'om u,, rich pUm i^,
contains minerals that
'P keep chinch bugs out
wn. Sold exclusively
iUGHES
E/> STORE
*' Ph. PI M773
TO ALL .
Meetings
Mr*.
. PLUMMER
Hemophilia Foundation, of which
Carl Strohbach is president, hes
provided the hospital with a deep
freezer to store the plesme, and
makes the plasma available to
hemophiliacs free of charge.
Page 13C
y. Mrs. Norton Segal, a past presi-
dent of tbje Florida chapter and
a national trustee of the Hemophi-
lia Foundation, is serving as medi-
cal coordinator between the so-
ciety and the hospital.
The society maintains a record
of all hemophiliacs in the area, in-
cluding Mood type and group, sup-
ports research, and provides direct
financial assistance to needy hemo-
philiacs. .
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GREETINGS
Investors Diyorslfied .Sorvtees, Inc.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Room 300
1st National Bank Building
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
Local Contingent Attend Zionist
Regional Confab in Atlanta on Sunday
>
FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE HI 8-2080
Allied Concrete Products, Inc.
3087 S.W. 28th Lane. Miami, Florida
(One Block North of Dixie Highway)
FRANK S. WUELKER. President
TO ALL GREETINGS
Terrazzo
For The Floor Beautiful
Winter administrative committee
meeting of the Southeast region of
ica took place in Atlanta. Ga .
Sunday.
Nahum Astar. Israel COMOl for
OlMllh1 I IMl*d State*, was a
(Deal -peaker at the luncheon slat-
ed for the Mayfair Country Club.
Seymour B Llebman, o Mi-
ami, president of the region, ha*
announced that the agenda in
eluo"~t "Important dl*cusiont
on Zionist youth work, future
plant for fund raiting and tug-
geited program* for district
mooting*."
Ren Golden, president of the At-
lanta Zionist District, and Mrs.
(,o'-'en. were hosts at a reception
at their home, 2761 Ridfewood rd.,
N\v. Atlanta, on Saturday night at
8:30 p.m. in honor of the visiting
A. TERRAZZO COMPANY
545 N. W. 54th Street
PL 4-0060
TO ALL GREETINGS
BRANSFIELD & WHITE, INC
Paving Contractors
No Job Too Large or Small
18529 W. DIXIE HWY.
Phoae 116-9941
OJUS
Greetings
"WHttl TO OtT THIM"
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
Marine Supplies P.i.t, i Vornishe* Fishin, Tackle
Nautical Chert* SMpiwrl* l Willis Bottled Get
FREE PARKING and DELIVERY
139 S. Miami Avenue phone FR 1 -6654
To Ml ...
Season's Best Wishes
THOMAS SASSO
& Associates
STANDARD SHEET METAL AND ROOFING CO.
Utzinger's Musical Instrument Service
M.?tTn0BnandCCrU,meRnPtrir "ISSS^O*^ *-
M J Member Affiliated Mu.ic?.n Ser^i ^\Md -ParU UIed
Greetings
BOEHMKE OPTICAL CO.
NOCUIAR REPAIR UMftTI
Esfofclished T9II
3737 BIRD ROAD ^
PHONE HI 3-0106
GREETINGS...
To All .
R. K. Cooper, Inc.
2733 "PONCE-DT I^OrTTOULEVMTO
Phone HI 4 4611
Season's Greetings To Our Many Patrons,
Friends and Acquaintances
IRWIN GRAIN COMPANY
KENDALL. FLORIDA
rtWS FIRTIIIZIR FARM EQUIPMENT LAWN
Phone MO 1 5*00
NEW IN DADE COUNTY
SOUTHERN WATER CONDITIONERS
OF DADE
Offers yo tho finest in water cond.tionir* with Multiport
rate, yoa mam htm better aayelam at any price.
Your Wafer Tested Free
Call PL 7-2267 After 6 pJn. PL 7-1445
If TOO t/SI WATER, y00 NEED OUR iOtVICl
8601 N. W. 22nd Avenue
6 R E I T I N C f"
MmrceUm I pholnivring Shorn
wm t* -"*"'* mm "*"' o.r *.,.,,.,
31" S.W. 18th STREET
----------------------------------------- MtONf HI 3-7SM
oic...... ,44s;acmt$ S5r5K5r^ "
W ResiaM.ee Mm* Ft I 4040
K >IH I,ISL,.V
marine surveyor mmmjTSSMM
RKMtl, Florid*
Just like giving money away was Ihis promotion for Citizens
Federal Savings and Loan Assn. in Hialeah, in observance
of opening of its new building. "Coins" being handed out to
Hialeah and Miami Springs shoppers by Beverly Morris and
Sue Scott are worth a dollar provided recipient opens a
S25 or larger savings account at Citizens before July 3.
member, 0f
~mmit.ee Wt ^
" Zionist nggU
Monday to
Abba Hillel SU*^T* J]
O-. was j(UMt '' m
dedication of the ^ I
Zionist Fund ,j* *
P"Prt of MtaSj-T
tne Southeast reSJ^1
Members of the J
committee Wno '" -
meeting from the in 31
J" Greater Mmi^ 23
Liebman, Morru CJ7&
g* Abo Shafer8 tijl
Abe Kasow. Dr. iSTJ
Jr. 2ev Kog.n, M
A" Oss.p. Herbert iSfi
SSrtAAr,hUrP^
Tax AssessoT
Taking Hi
Exemption
The county tax wmJL
tmue to accept Homeeall
tmn applications and nth*I
for the tax year of laj?,
1. according to an
here.
Following schedule wiBL
lained for the conrenieiwj
sons wishing to file with j
at these locations:
Miami, courthouse lobe*,*]
Miami Beach, city ball, jj'
rlne, Redland Auto TJ|
daily; Coral Cabin, city I
nesday, Thursday and I
a.m. to 4:30 pjn.: H_
hall. Monday and Tuned
a.m. to 4:30 p.m; Hwatas]
hall, Monday. 9 a.m. to tip
Miami Shore., city haH.|j
1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Wt(
city hall. Wednetday, 91
noon; North Miami, u,
Thursday. 8:30 a.m. to U
North Miami Beach, city I
day, 0 a.m. to 4:30 pai; i
city hall. Tuesday. 8301
noon; South Miami, city L_
nesday. 1 p.m. to 430pm"
Miami Sprint*, city hat!
day, 1 p.m. to 4:30 pra..\
bor, city hall, Friday. It
to 1 p.m.; Surftidt, citjf
day, 2 to 4:30 p.m.
E STRECKEH
Truck Body Bu
724 N. W.21tSaij
a t I m
9
TERRAZZO-TILE COHTRACTORS. IMC
I_________
INSURANCE FOR
COMMERCIAL 4 "ND
BEQUmEMEN18
Phone FB Wl
901 NitodJ^
AH
155 STtlET
*Heo1i^rd
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, February 15, 1957
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LEGAL NOTICI
Fee %DEERL;^T,T,ou
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LEGAL NOTICB
NOTIC
C UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
LEGAL NOTICI
,. IlI'lK-
_____________C_
'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
i*ave \i anitell
ft AM HTKRN
2 I/l-B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY niVE.N that
the undersigned, desiring to .-ngni'> In
roTADpUOMt
lyi-i-ii-si
!m 7m -S5LUiITV JUDGES' COURT
.AN.P FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
v for \i>j>licant
, Bid*
3/l-H ____i
_ :^n ""u ecn oi ynu are fcerchv
Company notified and required to present an?
a/a i a / claims and demand* which vou or
NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS .either of yen. may have again, the
NAME LAW NlU of MARTIN I, NEWM-VliK
NOTKK ia IIKRKHT OIVEN that 'deceaaed late of Dade County, Florida,
the undersigned, desiring to engage In to the Honorable County Judges of
,C"\a'in,,^h', JSSrSR". n'.m." f ?* Co.UBlK: and '"* ,he """ '" Uielr
ticE UNDER FICTITIOUS
" NAME LAW
u in!, r 'In- fictitious name of
SoH W* VENDING CO. at
Building Intends to reg-
, ltli the Clerk of the
I
Curt I ';"1*' County. Florida.
SL'I'KUIOR hAL.ES COUP.
a I-!.'. Corp.
T SILVER Ml'I.LOT
p foi Applicant
Mi Md*--
I 1" ___------------------------
>>
ItiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
r NAME LAW
lrK is HEREBY GIVEN that
.,1, dealling to engage In
thi flctltloue DIM "I
SRHINI-: INTERIOR DESIGNS
geybohl H illdlng, Miami In-
r. i|.| imnie with the
]< (he Circuit Court of Dade
rlda.
wa1.1 er miith
Let pred
fc\ fi.i Applli nt
y'bol'l I
________________
sTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fcCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
i R to engage In
i Mi. fletllltnih n.ime of
|si M:. i..- to N. W. ITtn
Mian I, Fla Intend t" r.-g-
[ the < "li irk of the
t Court nl hade Couhty. Florida.
DANIEL Hi iLDDERG
ETHEL i;<>m>bkrg
|i:'.i:.;m.i; ,\ i.sn >.\
h I MiH.i and
birl Goldb. rg
Miami Reach, Ha.
_______________
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
her. IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Vnslsni-.l .|.-ii 111fct to engage in
under th< tictltieua names of
Ers van links, i;oltzman
ai.i.state van lines,
kwovinu storage, aa
lATHS VAN LINKS at 911 N.
\l ami, Florida intend*
( l name* with tin- Clerk
Circuit Cnurl of Dade County.
ROBERT cioi.TTMAN
IBS a MANNHEIMEB
(ya for Kobei t lioltxman
1/1-1 ______________________
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
County. Florida, within eight
Island Intends to rel*ter aald name calendar months from the date of the
with the dork of the Circuit Court of first publication hereof. Said clslii^
Dada County. Florida. or demands to contain the legal ad-
DAVID ISRAEL. Solo Owner dress of the claimant and to be sworn
Z/1-S-lS-tZ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF~THB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. fgT
ROSALIND FLYNN,
Plaintiff,
0
JOHN M. FLYNN,
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN M FLYNN
170 Avenue D
New York, New York
You are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to."nd Pre"nted as aforesaid, or si
will be barred. See Section 733.16 of the
1*46 Probate Act.
Date January 23. A.D. 19.7T.
PEOOY PFAFF NEWMARK
Aa Administratrix of the Estate of
MARTIN L. NEWMARK
RERNARD B. WEKSLER Dec*Med
421 Plaaa Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Administratrix
1/1-8-16-22
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, NO. 197713
HARRIET WITTENBERG
Plaintiff,
vs.
8AM WITTENBERG
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SAM WITTENBERG
I South Manhattan Place,
1>>s Angeles, California.
Ynu s.\M WITTENBERG are hereby
notified that a I till of Complaint for
Divorce h^ liecn filed aganst you, and
you ati' r.-quired to serve ;. copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complain! on the Plaintiff's Attor-
ney, Seymour li. Llebman. s(>6 Linculn
Road, Miami Beach, Horlda, and file
thr original Answer or Pleading In the
Office of Hie Clerk of the Oronlt Court
on or before the 22nd day of February.
1957. If you fall to do no. Judgment
by default will he taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill
of I'omplalnL
This notice shall in. published once
for four conpecOtlve works
in THE JEWISH FI,oIUDIAN.
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ths 21st day of January, A.D.
1957.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By JOAN KNEKDEN
1 > |>iit> ("lei k.
SKYMOIR It LIEBMAN
So:, Lineoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
LEGAL NOTICB
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
, FkPR,DA- IN AND FOR DADE
to the Complaint for Divorce on Plain- COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 19776S
tlffa Attorney and file the original MARY ANITA McNAMARA,
Answer In the office of the Clerk of I Plaintiff
the Circuit Court on or before the' *_______
8th day of March, 1957: otherwise, the JOHN THOMAS McNAMARA, JR.
allegations of said Bill of- Complaint I Defendant.
will be taken as confessed against' *U,T FO" DIVORCE
TO: JOHN THOMAS McNAMARA, JR
] 1.11
Dated this 5th dav of February, 1957.
K B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
by R. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
KOMMEL A RO0JERS
Attorneys for Plaintiff
by BERNARD M. KOMMEL
2/8-15-22 3/1_______________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. Ne. 1SS161
MERYL O. KRONHE1M,
Plaintiff,
v
MILTON 8. KRONMEIM.
Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: MILTON S. KRONHK1M
2900 V Street. N. E.
Washington. D. C.
You are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Dlvorre has been filed
against you and you are hereby re-
quired to mervr a copy of your Answer
to the Complaint for Divorce on Plain-
tiff's Attorney and file the original
Answer In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
Sth day of March, 1M7: otherwise, the
NAME LAW
1KB is HEBKRY OIVEN that
Merslgnrii, desiring to engage in
? under the fictitious nam of
f" at 14; Clralda Avenue. Coral
Horlda. Intend to register aald
I with the Clerk of the Circuit
I of Dude County, Florida.
ROBERT FI.KM1NO
M PATRICIA FLEMING
* AMES
|EKVYN I, AMES
*y* for It. .BERT FLEMING and 420 Lincoln Road
"KM IA FLEMING, his wife Miami Beach, Florida
2/8-15-21 1/1
nmiit, in., uinri n.or, in*.
allegations of aald Bill of Complaint
will bo taken aa confessed against you. '
Dated this 4th day of February, 1957.
E. B. LEATHERMAN .
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R H. RICE, JR
Deputy Clerk
7* Main Street
Watertown, Massachusetts
Tou, JOHN THOMAS McNAMARA,
Jr., are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney, FREDERICK N.
BAILAD. 1 Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach.
Fla.. and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of trie clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
2Sth day of February. 19".7. If vou
fall to do so. Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUlRlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Horlda. this 22nd day of January.
A.D. 1957.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR
___ Deputy Clerk.
FREDERICK N. BARAD
1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/tt l/lrl-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 197747
ELIJAH BOOKER,
Plaintiff
v*
BERNICE BOOKER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BERNICE BOOKER
777 Clausson Ave.
Brooklyn, New York.
Yon BERNICE BOOKER are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are requred to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plantlff's
Attorney. BEN ESSEN, Esq.. 1014
Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ion or before the 2.1th day of February.
11957. If you fail to do so, judgment
hy default will be taken against you
'for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Horlda. thla 22nd day of January,
A.D. 1957.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By I* A. CLEARE,
Deputy Clerk.
1/25 2/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CLARAS FINE FOODS at IttO S \V.
Sth Street, Miami Intend" to re.
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
.MRS. CLARA SILVER U Partner
MILS'. MYER MICilLlN Vi Partner
BARNETT PELTZ
Attorney for Applicants
1739 S. W. Sth Street, Miami
Telephone FR 1-6696
2/1-S-15-2I_________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 197643
JESSIE MILLER,
Plaintiff
va.
EDDIE MILLER.
I .efendai.t
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EDDIE MILLER
162 West 54th Street
New York, New York m
TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
aerve a copy of your answer to the
Complaint for Divorce In the above
cause on the Plaintiffs attorneys, and
file the original in the Offke of the
Clerk of the circuit Court on or before
the 2.".th day of February. 1967. other-
wise said Ctimplaint for Divorce will
be taken as confessed bv you.
Dated this 18th day of January. 1957.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida ',
By JOAN SNEEDBN
Deputy Clerk t
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
.".ft Seybold Building
Miami 32. Florida.
1/25 2/1-8-13
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADS
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, Ne. l72g
ELIZABETH LISA,
Plaintiff
vs
MICHAEL LISA,
Defendant
8UIT FOR DIVORCB
TO: MICHAEL USA
824 Harden Street.
Hoboken New Jersey
Tou MICHAEL LISA are hereby noti-
fied that a Bill of Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed against you. aad
you are required to serve a copy jf
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attor-
ney. SEYMOUR B. LI Ell MAN, (06
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file, the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
< 'Ircult Court on or before the 4th
day of March. 19.17. If yotr-fail to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for. the relief demanded in
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.itRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thla lath day oi January, A.D.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By JOAN SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk.
SEYMOUR B. IJKBMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN that
the undersigned, deslilng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALCO BITILDINQ ASSOCIATES (not
Inc.) at 7401 N. E. Srd Court Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dkde County,
Florida.
LEONARD KAPLAN
HY POMERAN. E
BAM POM FRANCE
MANNY POMERANCD
KESSLER A (1ARS
Attorneys for Applicants
IMS 8. W. 1st St._____________
2/1-8-15-22 '
i*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME* I AW
NOTICE IR HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORTH SHORE ACTO RENTALS at
7118 Abott Avenue, Miami Beach. Flo. -
Ida, Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
County, Florida.
NOBTH SHORE MOTORS. INC.
a Florida Corporation
1/tS /l-K-iI ______
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. iMt2S
TERESE MILLER gILVER
Plaintiff,
va. ___ I
CHARLES L. SILVER
Defendant.
TO: CHARLES L. -SILVBB
1*4 Clinton Ave.
Newark. N. J.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Rill of Complaint
Id Dlvon> on tile plaintiff** atto. n. v,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit I
on or before the I lth day of March,
AD. 1957: otherwise, the Bill of Com-
Elalnt for Divorce, heretofore filed
ereln, will be taken aa confessed by
you."
Dated at Miami. Florida, thia the
Cth day of February, 157.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and Addreea of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
Milton A. Friedman
ltMl SeyboM Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
2/8-1&-21 J/l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 39867-A.
In Re: ESTATE of
HOSE WEXI.ER
l leceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Parsons li ic-
ing claims or Demands Again.--. |
i. tate:
v..... and I,, I, ,,r y..u are nen of
notified and required to praoent .111/
claims viir.'i demands hi.-h you, op
either of you, mas ha 1 ttia
of ROSE WEXLER ceased lute .,r I..!-- County, Fl
to the Honorable Count) Judg.
Dade County, and file thg mim in
their offices In the Count) Conrtl
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
oalendai month* f...... the date -.f tho
flral publi. itlon 1......r. S;.i 01 d< mands to ontain the legal oi-
dreoa of the claimant and to be sworn
to and pi 1 nted ;.- ..f... esald, ..1
will l- barrj tin- i!.4". Probate A
1 late 1- .1,1 uary 7. A D. 1957.
HARRY WEXLER
As Executoi ... the Last Will and
...neat of lln.s. W.xl.i
EI.KY STONE
Attorney .it law
1.'I Congress Bldg.,
Miami, Florida.
Attorney for Executor
2/1..-22 3/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39786-A
In Re ESTATE OF
MICHAEL FEINSTEIN
I '. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you are her, l.v
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may haw against the
estate of MICHAEL FEINSTEIN l,-
ceased late of Dade Count). Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within 1
calendar months from the date of tho
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to ,-ontain the legal ad-
drees of the claimant hii.I to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or game
will be haired. See Section 733.16 of
th.- 194.-. Probate Act
Date February A.D. 1837.
ELI A FKINSTFIN
As Baecutrlx of the I.a*t Will and.
Testament of Michael Feinstein,
de. .
ELRY STONE
1010 Congress Bldg.,
Miami, Horlda.
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2/16-22 3/1-8
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