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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-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 UHITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
t31
Number 8
Miami Florida, Friday, February 22, 1957
Price 20<
m Summoned to Jerusalem as Ben Gurion Makes New Proposal to US
icalEM fJTA) Premier David Ban Gurion. -*--^ -- ....
[uSALEM (JTA) Premier David Ban Gurion,
] extraordinary mooting of tho Cabinet this wook,
Ld U. S. Ambassador Edward B. Lawson and in-
kim that Israal is unabla to altar its stand on tho
Lba issue daspita Prasldont Eisonhowor's state-
day.
Ban Gurion explained to the American anvoy
ns for the Israal Government's policy and sub-
> him new proposals designed te bridge the gap
[ the American and Israeli views. Meanwhile, tho
[decided to postpone the foreign policy statement
iZXEzZ Corion w- *>**.* "-" -
A^'^T^,i,,*,y *f,#r ,h# CMm* ". Ambassador
Abba Eban was summoned from Washington to Jerusalem
for consultations. Ho was expected to remain here for .
week reporting fully on his talks with Secretary of State
John Poster Dulles on tho roeuested withdrawals of Israeli
troops from the Gaza and Akaba areas.
u> Jf1* d#cUion *'" Ambassador Eban home from
Washington was interpreted by observers here as an in-
dication that tho Cabinet does not want to make the fate-
ful daemon without tho fullest possible consideration. It
took Jerusalem political circles completely by surprise.
The official communique issued after tho Cabinet session
revealed that Mr. Eban had been invited to Jerusalem
on the advice of Foreign Minister Golda Meir, currently
in New York.
The reports from Washington that the U.S. Israel talks
were deadlocked and the ominous statement from the
White House were accepted without major shock by a
calm Israel public. The general feeling remains that the
government should not bend under American pressure.
"We should not give up our security for $50,000,000," is
the way the man in tho street puts it.
Says Israel Has Maximum' Vow
Yicoff to Kick Off
\tional UJA Confab
\iami Beach Mar. 3
i. Abraham A. Ribicoff, of Connecticut, outstanding figure in
kn public affairs, will be featured speaker at the national inau-
bnference of the United Jewish Appeal to be held at the Fon-
bau hold in Miami Beach Sunday, Mar. 3
----------------------+
ie Exodus
Jews Told
YORK (JTA)An exodus
I from Poland, "rivaling in
I the Exodus from Egypt in
I times." i> under way, the
fork Timrs reports from
"In recent months,"
urresponilent Sydney Gru-
^>te, the trickle of Polish
I Israel has liecome a flood.
[included Communists and
nmunist-. manual laborers
ntinued on Page 3A
The UJA leader issued a last-
ruin iite call to American Jewry for
"action of the highest calibre" to
assure an outstanding start for the
UJA's nationwide 1987 campaign
which will get under way at the
Inaugural Conference.
Ribicoff is the first Jewish chief
executive in Connecticut's history.
He has maintained an active inter-
est and participation in Jewish af-
fairs during his distinguished poli-
tcal career, which includes an out-
standing reeord in the U.S. House
of Representatives.
Jewish communal leaders from
all sections of the country will
attend the inaugural conference
to set in motion a highpowered
Continued on Page 5 A
Hagerty Calls Ben Gurion
Reply to Offer 'Negative'
THOMASVILLE (JTA)President Eisenhower declared late Mon-
day afternoon that Israel has received from the United States "the
maximum assurances it can reasonably expect at this juncture." The
President revealed that the U.S. has renewed, therefore, its plea to
Israel to withdraw from the Gaza and Akaba areas "in accordance with
the repeated demands of the United Nations" and to refy on the UN
resolutions. He pointed out that Britain and France had withdrawn in
response to UN demands and he believes that Israel should do
likewise.
The President issued his state*--------------------- .
tH/DENT EISENHOWER
... he's vexed
ment following a conference in
Washington between Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles and Is-
rael Ambassador Abba Eban. The
Hope Voiced Eban Going
For New Instructions as
Sanctions Still Hot Issue
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) changed," a spokesman for the
The United States hopes Ambas-
sador Abba Eban is "going back
to Israel to get his instructions
Version of Wallenberg Death Challenged
lew Light on Swedish Diplomat
Ik Fl ?T ''TA)The affidavit of a German businessman incaaterated in the same Moscow prison
IRaoul Wallenberg was held apparently was a key factor in infucing the Soviet Government to
p arrest of the Swedish diplomat, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned this week.
^st Wallenstein, who told the JTA he occupied a cell directly under that of Wallenberg, said the
atwho saved 20,000 Hungarian Jews from Hitler's furnaceswas alive four months after
American delegation said here
Wednesday. The spokesman ad-
ded the United States Govern-
ment's feeling is that "Israel's
initial reaction to the United
States aide memoire was not re-
sponsive." Reports that President
Eisenhower was coming to the
United Nations in connection with
conference took place at Mr.
Dulles' residence and was the sec-
ond since Mr. Dulles' return over
the weekend from Thomasville,
where he conferred with President
Eisenhower on Israel's stand.
James Hagerty, President Eis-
enhower's press spokesman, ela-
borating on the President's state-
ment, said that the U.S. Govern-
ment considers Israel's reply to
the offer made by Secretary
Dulles on the Gaza-Akaba situa-
tion as "negative." President
Continued on Page 2 A
Ike Returns to
White House
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower cut short his va-
. .... ucni ciatrimuwer cut siion nis va
tltT Ta= Tll ,hA* cation to fly back from Thomas
11947, the date of his death*
V the Soviet Government in
tt to the Swedish Govern-
l affidavit Wallenstein exe-
[et the request of the Swed-
"rnment shortly after his
I fom a Moscow prison to
f"r in 1955 contained so
Iwrticulars that when the
w">n was conveyed to
*h data apparently
"instrumental in inducing
r* to abandon their pre-
J'"'t.nce that Wallenberg
l^known to them and had
"n m the Soviet Union.
rWein\ account ,0 the
. W'enged the Soviet version
F'wberK'N dealh in Mwertl
F_ .'he Swedish diplomat
[!'" ""' I-ubianka prison
[V 7 the Soviet note, which
| "* long mystery of his dis-
I c"ntinu,d o p^. 2A
comment that there are no such
plans.
The General Assembly was
scheduled to meet Thursday.
The U.S. will continue giving its
Continued on Page 6 A
ville, Ga., to Washington to deal
with the Gaza Akaba problem. At
the same time. White House
spokesman James Hagerty denied
a published report that the Presi-
Cont inued on rage 2A
Reveal Excesses in Hungary Revolt
NEW YORK (JTA)Anti-Jew-
ish excesses occurred in more
than 20 Hungarian villages and
smaller provincial towns during
the October-Nevember revolt, the
World Jewish Congress reported
this week on the basis of a re-
port receivad from authoritative
Jewish sources in Hungary. "The
situation still remains tense in
some remote areas," the report
stated.
Claiming that the anti-Semitic
outbursts caused many Jews to
flee Hungary "in fear of their
lives," the report details incidents
of physical violence against
Jews, including rabbis and teach-
ers; threats of bodily harm; the
burning of Jewish property and
damage to synagogues; abusive
remarks and the appearance of
fascist-style antUewish slogans.
The report quotes eye-wit-
nesses in the village of Hejdun-
nenas who saw a "mob beat up
the rabbi end teacher and loot
their flats." The president and
two other members of the Jew-
ish community, which numbers
80, reported that their houses
were destroyed by fire. The
head of the village council
warned the Jews to leave.
A Hungarian rabbi reported
that a gang invaded a Jewish old-
age home in Tapiogyoergypt,
threw the inmates out of bed and
abused them. In the village of
Mandok, seven men went on a
window-breaking spree, shatter-
ing the glass in the synagogue,
the Jewish school and irk all Jew-
ish dwellings. A rabbi in Mezoec-
sat, whose windows were smashed
oa three occasions, said that "hat-
red of the Jews' is mounting. The
Jews do not feel secure. They
want to move to Budapest."
The president of the Balkany
kehilla reported that the se-
curity positions of the Jews
"was really desperate." "The
demonstretors threatened the
lives of Jews irrespective of
their membership in the Par-
- ty." A Jew in Doemsoed was
stabbed on October 21th in at-
tempting to ward off an anti-
Semitic attack.
The situation had deteriorated
to such an extent the report con-
tinues, that on December 10, a
30-man delegation from Jewish
communities in the provinces (De-
brecen and district) journeyed to
Budapest to consult with the Cen-
tral Board of Jews in Hungary.
They stated that anti-Semitism
was raging in their towns and
villages, and, as a result, they did
not dare to return home.




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LEO MINDLIN ..................................News Editor
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Friday, February 22, 1957
Adar 21. 5717
Washington's Word is 'Pressure'
Tka iMi.iiB ill :*. ... :_ \ir__Li.. __.1___. J___ \A7Un* la r^i.ni'n r.ttitur4 The word is out in Washington these days.
It's "pressure." Apply the squeeze on Israel.
Force her out of Gaza. Make sure she abandons
the entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba. But offer
Israel no assurances that Gaza and Aqaba will
not again become points horn which Egypt
launches another in her corrosive wars to de-
stroy the Jewish State.
John Foster Dulles last week presumably
made an opening move in the direction of offer-
ing Israel such guarantees. He told Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban that the U.S. would lead all
moves at the UN to "deal" with Egypt in the
event Nasser resumed acting on his ambitions.
On this note, he said for the millionth time: "Get
out of Gaza. Get out of Aqaba."
But Eban wanted to know a simple thing:
*
Signs of Things to Come
The flood of Arab leaders in Washington
these days, their discussion with one another
and their individual talks with President Eisen-
hower are a sign of things to come.
On the one hand, this total ill wind pre-
sumably symbolizes the non-existent "Arab
unity" that is so heavily touted for world con-
sumption and so easily swallowed by our pol-
icy makers.
On the other, it is a clear example of the
confusion of selfish interest that consistently
dominates the Arab world.
Of uppermost consideration today is the
Eisenhower Doctrine for the Middle East a
program designed to check the spread of com-
munism in this area of the globe. A principle
opponent of the plan is Egypt's Col. Nasser.
Until October 29, 1956 the day of the open-
ing of he Sinai campaign Nasser by dint of
his skillful ambitions raised himself to nominal
leadership of the Arab world.
The outcome of the whirlwind campaign
which found his land forces crushed and his
airpower destroyed, reversed the Nasser as-
cending star. Today, saved from ruin and sup-
ported by American foreign policv, he once
again accepts Russian military and technical
Sine "" nd rSSiS,S ,he Eisenhwer Doc-
The presumed acceptance of the doctrine
by the other Arab leaders and their clear re
0.' C0'- NaS8er'S nminal l^dership
currently seen as a triumph in State Depart-
What is Egypt's attitude toward such American
guarantees?
Nasser immediately spoke for himself. He
called the Dulles move a rewarding of Israeli
aggression. Aping Soviet Foreign Minister
Dmitri Shevilov, he reaffirmed his sharp dis-
taste for the Eisenhower Doctrine. In short, he
let the world know he has no intentions of open-
ing a new phase of peace in the Near East
based on Israel-Egypt friendly relations.
The Administration by now has come to the
painful recognition that Nasser will not accept
the Eisenhower Doctrine. A doctrine they tried
to sell on the altar of Israel's sacrifice, Admin-
istration officials, out of habit, noetheless still
keep sending the word out in Washington:
"Pressure." Apply the squeeze on Israel. .
But top names in the House and Senate have
grown embarrassed by a foreign policy that
shows not the slightest concern for integrity.
These names line up heavily in both parties.
For the first time in years, such ideologically
opposite personalities as Sen. William Know-
land (R.-Cal.) and Hubert Humphrey (D.-Minn.)
are on the same side of the fence. Other such
drastic examples abound. To squeeze Israel.
they declareeither via sanctions as Mr. Dulles
has threatened or by continued sacrifice of
basic democratic principles in the pursuit of
Arab "friendship"is to deny the best inter-
ests of this nation.
Somehow, the climate is beginning to
change.
leaders in the annual celebration; all is ther^ "" "^Vi
Number 8 With the exception of the spirit of self-conBrat T.' il f3
the atmosphere of Brotherhood dinners bicotn. ^U
initiation fee will get any resourceful hatemWr^ A N
Ku Klux Klan. onger ^mbershj]
I don't imagine professional Brotherhood tr. ,
soil their souls with such matters as the KKKl mi U.
love of humankind is the mode. I can hardlv hUm."!^1 ""M
is not an attractive thing. Its resurgence feeds uDon th.; *
White Citizens Councils successfully to battle intee i 'i
means that the prior dissolution of the Klan was ne 'Tt*1^
sidered. Like communists and communist frunt oro.?' !"***
torncy General in 1848 placed the KKK on the S^*T*
But unlike them, the KKK merely waned^id ^ I
such unnecessary subterfuge as going underground i*)
monger group, still technically subversive, returns in ,\
battle against human decency. That it is tolerated bv tha ? i
merely serves to emphasize the dual level of morality tn \22&
subscribe. Nowhere can one discover even a remnant of ih '
wrath surrounding the ex-comrnuncation of the communal
plied in a campaign to oust the Klan '
Th.s is unfortunate, for little more than a remn.nl ,
needed. Compared to the communist enemy, the KKK i
ized union of malcontents.
HONORABLE POSITIONS
A Leader is Cited
American Jewish Committee's Miami chap-
ter has cited Baron de Hirsch Meyer as the
man "who by his life best symbolues the theme
of its annual meeting."
Citation was at the chapter's fifth annual
meeting here recently, devoted to "Man's Re-
sponsibility to Man."
Baron de Hirsch Meyer's leadership in the
general and Jewish communities amply empha-
sizes the meaning of this theme. His devotion
to the University of Miami and Community
Chest, among others, is legion.
iKo r e TaSwn ,he/anguard of organizers of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Wherever significant qualities of leader-
ship are necessary. Baron de Hirsch Meyer has
oeen a principal personality.
ness to work with the Arabs toward the achievl
ment of peace have no bearing whatever on
our successes or failures.
Some Expansion Figures
We don't suppost anyone really wants ad
ditional proof that the Greater Miami area t
growing by leaps and bounds. But signs of the
times are always interesting, and here is one
t ?1W SecUon of ,he National Council of
Jewish Women me, for the firs. ,ime recently
in seven new divisions. '
otorfS? ,hfA952"53 seasn- Council has oper-
ated here with bu, two divisions one each for
Miami and Miami Beach. The organization to-
day includes some 1,150 members. One veal
ogo, the local Section numbered hardly 1 000
fad i ^eSt.a5i8hed in 1918 wi,h )us' a hand-
w* Q,e? W^men' This means 'hat it
took 34 years for Council here to expand to
needeT ^ addi,ional division was
It has taken only four more vears for the
organization to require five new divisions in\x
second expansion move. This speaks well for
the programs of the National Council of Jewish
Women. It also bodes well for the future of

THE SAVANNAH Morning News.
on October 5. 1056, editorial-
ized:" We want no part of this out-
moded and thoroughly discredited
organization." Four days earlier,
doubting the KKK would survive
its rebirth, the Atlanta Journal de-
i hired that "much of the fun will
Ik- drained from the Klan's didoes"
because the players are denied
masks by >tate statute. On Oct. 26.
the highly respected Atlanta Con-
stitution indicated it was not at all
sure "this current revival will
m;ikc its promoters rich, as did the
Klan of the '20-s."
These are. of course, all honor-
able positions. But honorable posi-
tions are insufficient resistance, as
newspapers and individuals con-
cerned with the principles govern-
ing human dignity have discovered
in their battle against communism.
While polite conjecture fills our
inquiries, some 3.000 Klansmen
gathered at Stone Mountain, just
outside of Atlanta. Ga., last Sept.
29. A fact sheet published by the
Anti-Defamation League reports
that the crowd came in more than
1.000 cars painted with KKK em-
blems and carrying license plates
from Georgia, Alabama, South
Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Flor-
ida and Louisiana. Eldon Lee Ed-
wards, an Atlanta paint sprayer,
appeared unmasked in white sheets
and hood before three blazing
crosses to inform his faithful that
the Klan is "growing (after than
you think."
But Imperial Wizard Edwards
cautioned that the KKK's goal is
"to build an army." He then de-
nounced the Negro as slave of
communism" and declared Juda-
ism to be "a menace to the Chris-
tian faith." This Stone Mountain
rally became the incendiary source
for a subsequent outburst of Klen
demonstrations throughout the
South The State of Florida is no
exception.
this interpretation is to igasj
fact that it is kinderthinhJ
sible alternatives. Negronaf
less militant, or they aj]
something other than tatrl
bargained for namely tat]
lence of resistance; Negroej/
prove their equality with
as human beings before
equal rights,
However interpreted, an I
committee of the State LtjL
is investig.-.tiny the NationalJ
for the Advancement of
People. The investigatam]
clearly in line with Gov.
admonition that Negroes
change their attitudes. Onti
suppose, of encouragaj ,
change is to discredit tat Hj
principal, vocal repress
This kind of intimidation isi
removed in spirit from Gn
ard Edwards' insistence tail
Negro is a slave of commusa]
In any case, while the N.l
being investigated, Gov. Col
mits that present Florida
not cope with the KKK.

THIS IS U0THUH00D
Another Job to Buckle Down fo ..
UGAl INTIMIDATION
[JURINO HIS recent inaugural
address. Gov. LeRoy Collins,
discussing the segregation-integra-
tion problem, declared thaf'Ne-
roes must contribute by changes
in their own attitudes." What this
means i still cannot quite fathom,
from the very beginning, the Gov-
ernor niade it clear he .intended to
oiock the Supreme Court decision
<>' May. 1954 with every legal
"'" at his command while
"".ding the obvious fact that he
-'"ne to command. "As chief
x cutivc of Florida. I am bound to
r.frn ,":, cons,'l"tion and cus-
v V'"",s toW to explana-
""'' ""Potion on segregation
aSJW af,er his virt"yov"
' K .Khns- He has M* stead-
'-'> t" that position since.
(,r"' may conceivably interpret
"' (* ^nor's inaugural remark as
a challenge of the Negro's right to
o?Th beneW ,rom ".actment
"' ,m' court decision. To criticize
A RALLY in a cow pastmi
^* Lakeland. Fla.. in July, I
and a second rally in
served to spark the receat I
of tthe Klan here. Both wtI
on private property, nd thisi
fulorum upon which gaily I
our present double standard
Florida law prohibits
ing and hood wearing on
property only. The KUn is |
ted to meet on private W
with the consent of the owsj
Some 700 persons met
evening at a dinner of the 1
Conference of Christians ail
on Miami Beach to congral
themselvessimply for the
ing. Their convocation MJ ]
wake of another elite gather"
previous Saturday night at
ville. Fla.. where, strangely.
Klansmen met to hurl antiAi
insults and disabuse the ADL
While no word what'*'
mentioned at the Fontaur-
meeting of segregation
many such words passed the,
filled lips of the Klansmen ru
riot-inclined 700. President ^
hower. Mrs Franklin Delaw
velt and Jewish "meddlm* "
gro affairs were the joint
Gleefully, the Klansmen
of the arrival here in *
weeks of John Kaiper <*
ton. Tenn.. trouble maker-
meeting Kbeduled for W
The 700 at the Fontai
made and heard many
speeches. .
As is the way of man^
fore chastises the nar
merely threaten^" Vf*;
ser. The rtste U&ffZ
ing into the activities J <
CP; Gov. Collins, pgw*
failing of Florida *
sed to keep e
under surveillance.
Cheers, gentlemen
Brotherhood Week.


February 22. 1957
-Jmisti fhrk/kan
tional UJA Plans Kickoff on Miami Beach March
[rtinutd from PJr 1 A
tor both tho UJA' regular
,n and for if* unpraca-
$100,000,000 amarganey
| fund to mvi and roboild
i of at least 100,000 Jaw-
i*h refugees this yaar.
Charles A. Jordan, director gen-
eral of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee's overseas operations, will
fly in from Europe to give the lat-
est reports on the gravest Jewish
refugee crisis in a decade, with
more than 11,000 of Egypt's 50,000
Jews already driven out by dicta-
tor Nasser, more than 17.000 who
have escaped from Hungary and
tens of thousands streaming out of
Eastern Europe and North Africa.
Rosenwald and UJA honorary
chairman Edward M. M. Warburg
will head the group of top UJA
officers who will present the prob-
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lems facing the UJA in rescuing
the mounting numbers of uprooted
Jews and providing homes and
jobs for them in Israel and other
countries of the free world.
L STATEMENT FROM HERBERT H. LEHMAN, HONORARY G E N E R A L C H A I R M A N UNITED JEWISH APP

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100,000 lives must be saved
EA L

A MESSAGE ABOUT THE $100,000,000 UJA EMERGENCY RESCUE FUND
In the months ahead the world may see more than
100,000 new Jewish refugees in flight from persecution and
inhumanity.
In two months 11,000 Jewish men, women and children
have been forced from Egypt by Colonel Nasser. Most of
Egypt's Jewssome 5OO0 may he driven out by summer.
In the 1930's Hitler's reign of terror against innocent
people because they were Jews sickened the civilized
world.
They Flee Nasserism and Communism
Now Nasserism is following in Nazism's footsteps.
Now Nasser's police knock on doors at midnight, confis-
cate private businesses, imprison men without trial and
hand expulsion orders to terrified families.
In Austria, meanwhile, there are thousands of new refu-
gees from another totalitarian oppressionCommunism.
When revolution and massacre swept Hungary, more
than 17,000 of those who braved Soviet guns to reach
Austrian freedom were Jews.
The refugees from Egypt and Hungary are not all. From
lands that must remain namelesswhere exit doors have
opened momentarilythousands are coming out every week.
They flee from renewed anti-Semitism and the sheer
threat of extinction. They are coming out now, because
tomorrow may be too late.
All these new refugees are searching for safety and free-
dom. Their lives depend on uson what each of us does.
Once the.world stood by helplessly while Hitler put
6,000,000 Jews to death. This time the refugees must not
die. This time they must be saved and you can help save them.
You can bring many of them to free Western lands. Above
all, you can help bring the new refugees to Israelbecause
this time, there is an Israel.
This Time We Can Save Them
Now no Jewish refugee need die for lack of a place to go
because Israel's free people stand ready to welcome every
one who comes.
But you must help. In a critical hour Israel's people will
keep their doors open. But their slender resources must go
for other urgent problems.
To save a single refugee costs $1,000. That is the aver-
age amount needed to see him through his first year.to
resettle him, house him and start him on the road to self-
supportin Israel or any free land.
It will cost $100,000,000 to save 100,000 lives.
In eighteen years, UJA ha*> rescued or aided more than
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__________ k~..... Cantor Herskovits d- who had given Cantor and Mrs. mart .. .
F'hnarjj
World-renowned Cantor Bela
Herskovits was first performing
artist at the Israel Bond function
Saturday evening in the Fontaine-
bleau hotel, which featured the
national 65th birthday celebration
of Eddie Cantor and a major pol-
icy address by former President
Harry S. Truman.
Cantor Herskovits' performance
p'oased the audience of some 2,-
000 persons immensely. But be-
hind that pertormance is a long
story.
Prior to the Nazi era, tht 37-
year-old finger was chief can-
tor of Budapest, Hungary,
"When the Germans marched
in," his wife, Dody, explained
Wednesday, "the trouble really
began. Bela was in the van-
guard of workers to save more
than 5,000 Jews from extermin-
ation."
Having escaped the Nads, the
couple lived to cope with the Rus-
sians and their "liberation."
"They were even worse." she
i
CAUJ0K BUA HtKSKOVITS
... a singing hero
'aid. "and
here."
we sought refuge
The couple arrived in the
United States about nine years
ago, after being forced to flee
Harry Levy (right.) is congratulated by Miami Beach Council-
man Harold Shapiro on his installation as president of Demo-
cratic Club of Miami Beach. Looking on is Dr. Samuel C
executive member.
because Cantor Herskov
clined a Russian "invitation" to
join the Moscow Opera Com-
pany. The trip over was smooth
until their plane wa within
fifty miles of Newfoundland,
where if crashed into the sea.
Officials of Ocean Parkway
Jewish (enter, one of Brooklyn's
largest COBgTBgatlOM, read the
story of the crash in the newspa-
pers, as well as about Cantor
Herskovits aboard. On the cou-
pit's arrival in New York, he was
offered a contract. Since that
time, he has been cantor at the
Centerand a lucky thing, too.
For things good things have
happened swiftly since then, and
especially during the peal rear
"On Kol Nidre night of 1956."
Dody said, "the Center received
a request for a ticket for sfs>
ri;il guest The special guest was
none other than Eddie Cantor,
who had seen Cantor Herskovits
on a local television show in Hol-
lywood months before and who
sn ated to bear him again.
"Cantor was in New York to
attend the Debbie Reynolds-Ed-
die Fisher wedding at Grossing-
ers," Dody explained. "That did
it. Next thing we knew, Bela
was under contract to the Wil-
liam Morris Agency. Today, he
is making recordings for MGM
and will shortly co-star with Pat
O'Brien jn MGM's Servant of
God.' "
But perhaps the biggest thrill
of all for the couple came last
ntor and Mrs
Is wei Your
surprised
them by transporting m w
ly from Israel to be on
how Dodj iingled her chant
i special mark
ol the 'This Is Vour Life" -how.
I well she should have been
Also on the program a- Sen.
H Alexander Smith, of New Jersey,
who had given Cantor and Mrs.
Herskovits their first permanent
residency visa on their arrival
from Hungary. The show marked
Cantor Herskovits' life-saving
work during the Nazi era and high-
lighted the need for new heroes
in Hungaryand other trouble-
torn areas of the world today.
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ahead for Dody and Bela Hers-
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full support to the United Na-
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said. He emphasized that "if the
General Assembly decides on
sanctions, such a decision will
have a direct bearing on the
United States."
Meanwhile. Israeli circles here
made the following comment on
"" I tiations with Secre-
tarj Dul i
"Israel faces an acute question:
How would Israel and anj friend-
vernment feel II Israel were
to withdraw and then the block-
to be renewed in the
end fedayeen
end other hostilities were
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"Surel) H i- Letter io take more
tune now to see ih.t everything
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Page 7 A
on't Hide Behind UN Skirts, Truman Warns
Truman was we i*r...c.|/.
lker at an overflow dinner cele-
inB Eddie Cantor's 65th birth-
iThe United States "cannot hide behind the skirts of the United Na-
in relation to Middle Eastern policy, former President Harry S
nan told more than 2,000 men and women at the 1937 inaugural
kerence for Israel Bonds which met at Miami Beach last week-end.
was the principal
Israel Bends by Israel Rogosin, of
New York, distinguished com-
munal leader and head of Beaunit
Mills, leading rayon and textile
ling
|Tht po
rchase of $1,000,000 in
manufacturers, was a high point
of tha conference, and drama-
tically launched the 157 Israel
Bond campaign for $75,000,000
to strengthen Israel's economy.
Total sales of $15,450,000, the
largest ever sold to inaugurate a
year's Bond drive, were announced
at the three-day conference. Total
sales since the Bond drive began
full Tart of Trnman
Talk on Paqe 9A
New England Israel Bond chair-Ipaign chairman; Dr. Joseph J.
man, who Served as chairman of Schwartz, vice president; and
the conference; Morris W. Bern- James G. McDonald, first United
stein, Israel Bond national cam-1 States Ambassador to Israel.
\'M '}-
["We did if, Mr. President!" Eddie Cantor tells Harry Truman
iS15.000.000 goal of national inaugural conference for Israel
onds was passed Saturday night at Fontainebleau hotel.
iniman was principal speaker at function, which also marked
Cantor's 65th birthday.
rIV0 Campaign Reaches Climax
in May, 1951, reached $286,117,200.
This coantry cannot "duck the
responsibility of having some pol-
icy of our own for the settlement
of the conflicts in the Middle
East," Mr. Truman said. He stress-
ed that "the United Nations is only
as strong as its members, and only
as wise as the policy which its
members urge it to adopt. We are
one of its members and should be
the leader of the free world."
i
The Eisenhower plan for the
Middle East is "too little and too
late," the former President also
declared. The plan's "chances of
solving the problem by itself are
very limited," Mr. Truman said.
"It is clearly an emergency re-
action to a danger that has grown
from small beginnings and spread,
without effective counter meas-
ures on our part, until that dan-
ger is now of the most threaten-
ing proportions."
Principal speakers at the confer-
ence, in addition to Mr. Truman,
were Eddie Cantor; Abraham Fein-
berg, president of the Israel Bond
Organization; Lawrence G. Laskey,
Nliamians Take Part
In Institute on law
Two Miami lawyers are the
only local participants at a legal
institute to be held in Lakeland,
Fla. on Feb. 23.
W. A. Ward, of iMami, will speak
on "Appellate Practice in the Su-
preme Court of Florida," and David
P. Catsman, of Miami Beach, chair-
man-elect of the Real Property,
Probate and Trust Law Section of
the Florida Bar, will discuss "Uni-
form Land Title Standards."
' Catsman will also lead panel dis-
cussion covering the same subject.
[MemhcMiip drive of the Y1VO
pmmittrc i i Greater Miami will
^climaxed with a banquet Sunday
ening at the Waldman Crown
feel.
[r,uet speaker will be Dr. Shlomo
obel A noted Talmudic scholar
W historian, he is editor of the
pVO Animal of Jewish Social
pence and \i si ting professor of
pbh history at the Jewish The-
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Educator to Speak With Leaders
auHUB nr. Joseph li. Lookateln.
Fridcn
I at Ycshiva University.
Rabbi Junah Caplan, Southeast
reion director for Yeshiva, an-
'nounced the removal of the uni-
vcrsity'i offices to the new Miami
ach Federal bldg .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman and Dr. Samuel Belkin (right),
president of Yeshiva University, discuss plans for newly-or-
ganized Greater Miami Committee for Yeshiva at a reception
honoring Dr. Belkin Monday night at Waldman's Crown hotel.
The Amity 28 ciuhT
evening a, 450 sw ,S
program is pen ,0||j'
numii ......------......... over 28 years of %et
president of the New York Board!' ,_.,-. __----------------------- 1_
l Kahbi>. arrived in Miami Beach ipi.,.>ca'^S^'SS'.^.>S,fl^
this week lo confer with leaders of (11
(he iicuhoriiiiiii/cd QfWtff Mian
CommittM for Yeshiva Inivcrsitv
Dr. Lookttein was principal
speaker at a Monday night ra-
celion at Waldman's Crown
hotel, which honortd Or. Samuel
Belkin, president of Yeshiva, the
nation's first and oldest uni-
versity under Jewish auspices.
Max J. Ktra, chairman of the
board of trustees of Yaabiva Uni-
versity, presided, and Charles
Musi, a member of the board, was
chairman. Leo RnhiriMin. president
of the Greater Miami Committee.
mi MDonfl Um goaata,
I)r Lookstein is rabbi of Congre-
gation Kehilath Jpshurun in Man
hattan, one of the world's largest
Orthodox synagogues. Re is pro-1
lessor ol sociology and bomelitki
for All Sorts of Kashruth Supervision
7ee Context the
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More then 700 guests attending Hebrew Academy's ninth
annual dinner at Fontainebleau hotel last week were
treated to surprise appearance of Jimmy Durante. Shown are
Durante, Wolfie Cohen, Herman Eisenberg and Sonny King,
Durante's protege.
700 Fill Fontainebleau to Honor Hebrew
Academy Tenth Anniversary Celebration
More than 700 Hchrew Academv ,;. -.. ... ...
Funds for Seminary
North Shore Jewish (enter Sis-
terhood Women who have contrib-
uted "Chai" to Torafa fund will be
guests at a luncheon sponsored by
Mrs. m.i\ Krausi al her home,
8400 Allison rd Monday noon
itive director; and
Rabbi Gro
"Funds realized from the Sioo a
Couple dinner Will he used for
students," said Wolfie Coh-
en, chairman of the dinner and a
leader in Community Cheat and
Han h oi Dim
A surprise appearance was
made by world-famous Jimmy
Durante and his company.
Invocation was delivered by Don-
na Genet, seventh grade student.
daughter <>f Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Genet Grace ma recited by Perry
Ciment. ninth grade student, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ciment.
Miriam Donnerstag directed the
Academy students in the cantata
and conducted the 70 voice choir.
More than 700 Hebrew Academv
guests filled the Grand ballroom
Of the Fontainebleau hotel at a din-
ner last week in celebration of the
tenth anniversary of the schools
establishment.
Highlight of the dinner was the
presentation of a musical cantata
entitled "A Dream Come True"
written by Rabbi Alexander S
Gross, principal, and Jack Donner-
stag. Principal address was by
Rabbi Isaac L. Swift, former iptf
itual leader of the Jewish com-
munity in Australia, and now hold-
ing a pulpit in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Pointing to an unprecedented
revival of American interest in
religious identification. Rabbi
Swift declared that "this new
demand for religious identifica-
tion will necessitate the develop-
ment of a great number of relig-
ious instructors, leaders, social
and welfare workers." The He-
brew Academy and the 211 other
day schools of its kind through-
out the country," Dr. Swift add-
ed, "are best equipped to pre-
pare the Jewish boy and girl to
?ke his or her place as a leader
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Speakers included Ben 1. Binder,
president ol the Hebrew Academy-
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Pag* 9 A
omp/ete Text of Truman Address at Bond Conference
[Fontaineblcau Hotel
[ February 16, 1957
m very happy to join with
kji evening in honoring this
American comedian, Eddie
For about four decades
be has helped us to laugh-
times as well as good
|hat is a real public service
Jne [or which we ought to be
hankful. However, you do not
. him tonight so much for his
Ulishments as a comedian
[eliorts in behalf of youth and
[fortunate and the oppressed
t earth Eddie Cantor has al-
J worked to bring happiness
|he lives of others. It is only
al that one of his abiding in-
should be the State of la-
ahich was founded, and ex-
day, to provide a refuge and
i life for the most bitterly
iuted minority history has
known.
luture of Israel is an issue
jrat concern to many of us
(tonight. Whatever our relig-
I;,ih may be, it is an impor-
ratier to all Americans. And
to talk about it particularly
Iconcerns the interests of all
tizens (I thi> great Republic.
I Americans were horrified by
lerrihle crimes against the
eonunitted by Hitler. All
| todaj condemn the per-
i nflicted on the Jews be-
he Iron Curtain. Israel baa.
[the survivors of these atro-
ne life. Israel today is
iin? Jewish refugees from
er the world. This is a work
ih we as a Nation, have
[ipated. It is a work which
our heart strings. For Is-
lierefore. we have admiration
[gratitude Admiration for
sill to exist in spite of all ob-
I and gratitude for giving us
boral code.
I admire the greet work that
i done in Israel to re-
i md build up the country,
i creite there a young and
Wu$ democracy. This is tho
which the State of Is-
l sre to important. And
must go forward with
redoubled energy because of the
present troubled and uncertain
state of affairs in the Middle
East.
As Americans we look upon Is-
rael not only as a great humani-
tarian enterprise, and not only as
a vigorous and modern democracy,
but also as a' part of the whole
Middle East.
Arab Independence
Not only as a government, but
as a people, we have long shown
(jii-i..... .-. t^^t-.v, <- uarc long snown
his warm heart and Bis con- our sympathy for all the peoples
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of the Middle East and our desire
to help them. Before the Ottoman
Empire fell, American missionar-
ies and American educators had
established colleges and universi-
ties in those countriesin Egypt,
in Lebanon, in Syria, in Turkey.
These institutions of learning
helped to revitalize Arab culture.
Many of the leaders in the move-
ment toward Arab nationalism
were educated by Americans.
When the Ottoman Empire
broke up, after World War I, Presi-
dent Wilson's Fourteen Points
opened the way to the Arab lead-
ers to create new and independent
nations in the area. President Wil-
son even sent a fact-finding mis-
sion to the Middle East, which
helped to lay the ground-work for
the future independence of the
Arab nations. Our friendly inter-
est did not cease during the period
between the two wars. After World
War II, we used our influence to
achieve complete independence for
Syria and Lebanon. Through the
United Nations, we supported the
creation of the newest Arab state,
that of Libya.
Our interest in the creation of
an independent state for the
Jewish people in the Middle East
was consistent with the policies
we had been following with re-
spect to the other peoples in the
ru. It was not an act of favor-
itism. The United States, by a
resolution of Congress as far
back as 1922, supported the es-
tablishment of a Jewish home-
lend. This resolution was con-
sistent with the British Balfour
Declaration. Twenty-five years
later, we sponsored the recom-
mendations of tho United Na-
tions Commission which led to
tho establishment of tho State
of Israel.
We hoped for a peaceful launch-
ing of the new state under the pro-
tection of the United Nations. We
did not anticipate the outbreak of
hostilities in Palestine. And we are
proud of the great services ren-
dered in bringing about an armis-
tice by one of our most distinguish-
ed Americans, Dr. Ralph Bunche.
Must Share Responsibility
It is important to recall all these
facts at the present time. In the
beat of present controversies it is
easy to lose sight of the larger per-
spective of the whole, of which
Israel is a part. It is easy to for-
get that our country has consis-
tently encouraged the right of the
peoples of the Middle East to na-
tional independence and self-gov-
ernment. It is easy to overlook the
fact that we have helped and con-
tinue to help these countries with
education and technical assistance.
But these are the facts. And as
we have an interest in this area
of the worldan interest in seeing
these people achieve self-govern-
ment and independence and eco-
nomic and social progress, we also
have a responsibility. We have the
responsibility of promoting peace
among these new nations.
We cannot expect new nations
to be built without trouble or
difficulty. We cannot expect
them to find their pieces beside
one another without friction and
controversy. But since we took
part in the creation of these na-
tions, we must continue to take
part in solving their difficulties.
The possibilities for the develop-
ment of the Middle Eest hold
out so much for the benefit of
the peoples there end for our
whole democratic civilization
that we must do all we can to
help.
In 1953. when it first became
evident that our government had
decided to follow a new policy
or at least a new attitude toward
Israel, I voiced a warning. I said
that the condition of smoldering
violence in the area would lead to
graver dangers and disasters. I
called on our government to do
all within its power to get the
Arab states and Israel to bargain
together and reach a settlement.
But, I am sorry to say, the policy
on which our government bad em-
barked did not bring about a situa-
tion.that was conducive to reason-
able agreement between Israel and
the Arab states. On the contrary,
it produced the opposite result,
and conditions grew worse.
Then in October of 1955, when
the news first broke that the
Soviets were shipping arms to
Egypt, I voiced another warning.
I said that this was shocking
news; that it threatened the ttt-
turo of the Middle East with a
new danger; that we should be
warned end on our guard. It wes
clear that the Soviet Union was
planning to seize on the disturb-
ed condition of the Middle East
and exploit it to their advan-
tage.
now of the most threatening pro
portions.
No matter how firmly we may
assert our determination to re-
sist open communist aggression
in the aree, no matter how loudly
wo mey challenge the Soviets,
we cen bo sure of one thing. The
communists will keep up their
subversive intrigues and their
erms shipments so long as there
is tension in the Middle Eest,
end so long as reietions between
Israel and the Arab state* or*
based on suspicion and violence.
W* won't get anywhere with this -
Middle East situation unless we
go to the root of the trouble.
The present strategy of the Ad-
ministration seems to be to leave
all these key matters to the United
Nations to work out. But the Unit-
ed Nations is only as strong as its
members, and only as wise as the
policies which its members urge it
to adopt. We are one of its mem-
bers and should be the leader of
the free world. We cannot hide
behind the skirts of the United
Nations, or duck the responsibility
of having some policy of our own
for the settlement of the conflicts
in the Middle East.
not morally justified in asking Is-
rael to give up the means of pro-
tecting itself from them.
Israel Will Survive
An unfair settlement that does
not in fact establish justice will
not be effective. Even if it is ac-
cepted temporarily, the same old
trouble will blaze out again, and
things will then be worse than be-
fore.
The time is long overdue for our
government to adopt a clear and
vigorous policy in the.Middle East
to use its influence and power fo
bring peace, to make known where
it stands, and above all to work to-
gether with its friends and allies.
In spite of the dangers of the
present, Isreel will survive, as it
did of old. Zion will again bo a
place of peece. The survival of
Israel has alweys been a matter
of faithof the faith that moves
mountains. From the days of
the Hebrew prophets to our own,
Israel has been faithful to its be-
liefs, and to its covenant with
God.
The creation of the State of Is-
rael has been a miracle of modern
times. We in this fortunate and
prosperous country of the United
the solutions or, States can never be indifferent to
settlements proposed by the United
Nations must be fair to all sides.
Nations, like householders, are en-
titled to protection against bandits
and thugs. If they do not get such
protection from the United Na-
tions, they will have to do what
they can to provide it for them-
selves. No government can sur-
vive if it allows its citizens to be
murdered by wandering gangs of
commandos, or permits its ports
to be illegally blockaded. And un-
less the United Nations can pro-
its, fate. A.nd we as citizens must do
all in our power to correct the mis-
takes and blundering of our own
government. We must hold our
elected leaders, by the force of
public opinion, to the only course
of conduct that can preserve peace
in the Middle East and save Israel
from destruction. This will avert a
major disaster in the Middle East
which could easily bring on World
War III. Let us put forth every ef-
fort possible to preserve the peace
in the Middle East and pray that
tect Israel from such wrongs it is World War III will never come.
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If our government had recogniz-
ed the gravity of the dangers that
lay in these arms shipments, and
had been willing to act boldly and
firmly at the time, I believe that
this whole disastrous scheme
might have been nipped in the
bud. But nothing was done. Soviet
arms and agents flowed innot
only to Egypt but also to Syria. At
the same time we cut off all ship-
ments of arms to Israel which is
the most cowardly thing we had
done in many and many a day.
Unity is Jeopardized
You know the consequences. To-
day, as the result of drift and pro-
crastination, it is not the future of
Israel alone, nor the independence
of the Arab states that is in dan-
ger. The threat no longer involves
the Middle East only; it has spread
to the future of Europe. The eco-
nomic strength of the Western na-
tions is being undermined. The
diplomatic unity of the Atlantic
allies has been jeopardized. The
(Iclcnse of our own country and of
our way of life against the com-
munist menace has been weakened.
The present situation is dark and
full of peril. Although the Eisen-
hower Mid East plan at long last
is a beginning, it is too little and
too late. Its chances of solving the
problem by itself are very limited.
It is clearly an emergency reac-
tion to a danger that has grown
I from small beginnings and spread,
I without effective counter measures
Ion our part, until that danger is
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The Pathetic Race Between East and West for Arab Fa
Hilary ui\inj\
ESSAYS IN TRADITIONAL JEWISH THOUGHT. By Samuel Btlkin.
191 pp. New York. Philosophical Library. $3.50.
|\R. SAMUEL Belkin. president of Ycshiva University, has brought
" together a collection of his thinking on a wide range of related
.subjects. In the form of essays, letters, and speeches written for a
specific occasion. Dr. Belkin presents his views on such topic-, as the
roles of rabbi, synagogue and education, interfaith worship, and prob-
lems peculiar to American Jewry, to mention just a few Moreover,
to every facet of Judaism upon which Dr. Belkin writes, he brings the
full weight of his own deep scholarship. Thus, a discussion of the
Hellenistic-Jewish vs. the Palestinian-Jewish concept of the resurrec-
tion of soul and body leads inevitably to a belief fundamental to Jew-
ish philosophy, and from there to the application of this fundamental
value to modern problems of spiritual and material "dualism "
It is only fair to mention that Dr. Belkin writes from the view-
point of orthodox or. as he prefers to call it. traditional Juda-
ism. Thus committed, the author makes a number of assump-
tions of the sort which make the orthodox position so unpalatable to
many Jews today. He says, lor instance, that while there are "a large
proportion of Jews who are non-observant, there are hardly any Jewi
who are ideologically anti-traditionalists." There are. I am sure, great
numbers of non-orthodox Jews who would argue with that.
Again, in speaking of these Jews "who were separated from us
by the anti-orthodox rabbinate." Dr. Belkin notes (hat "at least we
may succeed in turning them away from the antitradition.il pseudo-
philosophy of Judaism as expounded by the professionals." Nor dot -
j quick attempt to equate "real Americanism" with "reverence for the
Bible as the word oi Cod. and obedience to the authority of Scripture-
concepts which lie at the foundation of this country" sit very well in
the liberal stomach: in this definition, plus Joscphus" definition ui
Judaism u i theocracy, Dr Belkin suggests a syllogism which is not
nly completely false, hut extremely dangerous in its implications.
it seems to me that whenever
the author indulges in this sort of
polemic, he does himsell great In-
justice, for surely the case for tra-
ditional Judaism can be built on
something stronger than disdain
and contempt for its opponents on
the one hand, and tenuous logic on
the other. When Dr. Belkin Stops
a'tacking his fellow Jews, and
speaks for orthodoxy out of his
knowledge of history and in the
pure terms of the basic philosophy
oi Judaism, he becomes very per-
- lasive indeed.
Dr. Belkin's book is an excellent
account, wide-ranging and lucid, of
some of the foremost traditional
thinking of our time "Our S,,
he writes, "enumerate countless
generations which seemed to be
lost and were sudden)) swept by
the miracle of a spiritual rebirth
and a return to the origins s id foundations of Judaism" Whether
ne uses this book to test or to reaffirm ones own beliefs, the process
Oi writing it. and of reading it contributes to ,hat rebirth
D*.
SAMUU BflKIN
orthodox view
EtJAHU SALPETER .
Washington
THE Administration's grand-
stand plaj for Arab friend-
ship lias put Israel in an excru-
ciatingl) difficult position.
An Ironj m Washington i- that
man) IS official! see justice in
Israel's case against fxypt To a
considerable extent, they feel
Egypt should be required to give
rtive guarantees against re-
newed bonier raids and blockade
harrassment. They recognize the
futility of re-establishing condi-
tions that led to open warfare.
But Washington has embarked
on an all-out campaign to win the
Arabs awaj from the is s a. Did
Israel expect the United States
t.> take its side at a time when
Washington outdid itself honor-
ing King Saud of Saudi Arabia,
Foreign Minister ( harles Malik
oi Lebanon, and the Crown Prince
Of lrac| '
Seven! members of Congress
and even some Executive Depart-
ment officials have quietly told
Zionists of their private views.
They feel Israel would be fool-
ish to withdraw it- tones from
(iaza and the Strait of Tiran with-
out first securing satisfactory
guarantees Tlic> are conscious of
tendencies to appease the Arabs
at Israel's expen-e But not every-
one in official Washington can
swallow what they considered
naked expediency.
The White House was persuad-
ed In Secretary of State Dulles
that "firmness" toward Israel was
required if the Kisenhower Doc-
trine is to be accepted by the
A tabs The screws are being tight-
ened. IS. policy is growing more
rigid as the campaign to woo the
Arabs is stepped up. The State
Department is more anxious than
ever to evolve a formula to 'con-
trol Ben Gurion." The sanction
threat has loomed as a pressure
device.
The State Department yearned
for some such instrumentality
since Israel forces thrust into
enemy held territory last October.
At that time the I'nitcd States
actually applied a type of sanc-
tions It froze an estimated $25.-
000,000 in economic aid earmark-
ed for Israel. Meanwhile. Israel
was barred from access to Public
Law 480 under which Israelis pre-
viously could buy surplus U.S.
commodities, mainly food, for Is-
raeli currency.
The U.S. Export-Import Bank
had announced plans to send a
mission to Israel to consider a
$75,000,000 loan for irrigation de-
velopment. But these plans were
abruptly cancelled by the State
Department. American tourists
continue to be barred from Is-
rael despite the cessation of ac-
tual open hostilities.
Soviet Russia, eyeing Arab fa-
vor, quickly applied similar sanc-
tion-type actions against Israel.
The flow of crude oil from Odessa
was arbitrarily cut off. Such oil
had already been contracted. But
this did not prevent the Kremlin
fn.m utilizing drastic economic
warfare measures to aid the
Arabs.
Use of the U.S. foreign aid pro-
gram for political pressure has
SAIL CARSON
-Ver' ""' Possibil y?>
"ntal influent,, '
tropic funds causes
Sh.ckedmanywhoI
>""r underbk-
concept
'nfSJ^
"nds caused
consternation. The*'
*nt personal JJ *
citizens *ms <9 HJ
Sanctions would hurt
and KRyptian Ll
gees who h,ve ai.s.S1*1
grievously Israel**
between 70.000 and loffl
emigrants in IK,.!!3
be _bu.lt for these pS3
industries and farms,
employ them, it jj
conceive of the United!
venting Israel from su<
tims of Communist UraJJj
Brotherhood and the United Nati
'ions
The Central Significance of Gaza to Israel's Position Today
Jerusalem
gT the time this column is published, the fu-
ture of the Gaza Strip may he derided At this
moment, Israel hopes that that future will be
within the framework of an "administrative rela-
lonship' with Israel. The principle, implicit in
IN Secretary General Hammarskjold's demand for
he return to the former Armistice Agreements
and with it to the Armistice hordersi that/no
territorial or other benefit should be derived bv
any nation from her aggression, does not carry
much force of conviction in Israel eyes
First of all. because Israelis-except for the
Communists-do not consider the "Sinai Opera-
tions" an act of aggression, but an act of "active
self-defense." they find it very hard to understand
that some other nations, not hostile toward Israel
can genuinely hold a different view. Secondly, the
i>AYU> SCHWARTZ
United Nations
. To practice tolerance and lite
together m peace as good neighbor*
Prow ilie preamble to the
( STtCT o/ the United \jtiom.
ISNT that what Brotherhood
1 Week attempts to emphasize?
In view of recent occurrence's
at the United Nations, there are
skeptics readv to challenge the
validity of the contention that
the UN even aims at universal
brotherhood let alone practice
tolerance and living together.
But an outstanding authority
perhaps the outstanding authority
on Israels place in the United
Nations is not among those
skeptics Mrs Golda Meir, Israel's
Foreign Minister, who has spent
so many arduous weeks here this
year fighting her country's up-
hill battle against the combined
condemnation of an angry world,
does think that the United Na-
tions aims, indeed, toward the
ultimate goal of universal broth-
erhood.
Mrs. Meir feels that even some
of the members of the Afro-Asian
bloc here, who have been danc-
ing to the tune of Egypt and the
rest of the Arab group, can be
brought around to an understand-
ing of Israel's position. Why
have not the Afro-Asians rallied
to Israel's just cause until now?
Mrs. Meir has an explanation,
based on intimate contact with
many of the Afro-Asian delegates.
The explanation, in simplest
terms is this: Most of the Afro-
Asians do not understand Israel's
background or. indeed, the back-
ground of Judaism. To them, the
Old Testament is even more of a
stranger than the New Testament.
They know something of Chris-
tianity and reject both its
Philosophy and its political prac-
tice*. They know nothing of the
Jews historical place in the
world
braelis sense of justice cannot divorce the "Sinai
< '>'^.n from its overall background of block-
termin r '"" :feda>" ds and threats of ex-
termination; they consider it a travesty of ius
UCJ .. the UN threatens with sanction, aga ",
Israel, while ,t did nothing aga.ns, Kgvpfs Su!
blockade and other Arab acts of bostl tv ,, 0"
that^tUca(nnotCik'IS|y 2 Suhconsciously- Israel feels
5RJMKS &"Sz HH Thriller on Stalin's Life Being Filmed
All of the Afro-Asia t,
are absolute stringers to J
Christian thinking. Wan]
educated Christian is u
or for that matter anti
he may cite many reason]
ignorance of the Jew's
Western history i, never i
the ant i Jew ', excuses.
the Afro Asian man. tmi
has a Western education, ,L
ed in a cultural milieu taj
very superficial, if anj
standing of the Jew.
To be sure, the MosleaL
that Judaism the modal
lem turns his back on
ily today. To the Bud
daism is an archaic, uh
religion, sometimes
.at all but only a denon
sect, a branch of Jude
ity.
In sum, to the Buddhist|
as to the Moslem. Jud
Christianity both stand i
ialism. for imperialism.
white man's arrogant
of superiority over the
races. Under such cir
it is not difficult to
that the Afro Asian will. I
ten, listen too ardently
poisonous preachings of tW
die-hards.
These are some of the I
ances brought home to
people here by Mrs.
perception and sharp an
When one accepts Mb. I
thesis of understanding, it I
difficult to understand '
how she, and Abba Eban.1
other leading members
Israel delegation here. I
it possible to keep their i
and to stand firm ag
tually the world. It i
they know that a long, W
of re-educating people
of themand also became!
know that re-education
Bible.
UERRERT G. UUFT
should be Zt^J^JS^SSSti "*
area, only one concerns UrZ I s I ,ho Gm
Like All Zionists, Gurion Feels, Rosenwald Loves America
THERE IS nothing so h.........u J ILtl
THERE IS nothing so humorous u a U of the
truth itself. The best story have hear in a
ong time relates a little incident between Ben
Gurion and Lessing Rosenwald. "
Recently as is generally known, despite Less-
mg Rosenwald's affiliation with the a!
councilI for Judaism, he visits ,, \l "w"
received by Ben Gurion. Rosenwald was much Tm
h^redHbyihe g'1 T"* bein dne in iSel and
u, ,:.!lePartUre Had dinner wilh *> Guriol?
Hollywood
CTALIN is Alive." a modem
mystery drama based on the
premise that the Russian dictator
could still be alive, has been
Placed on the schedule of Uni-
versal-International producer Al-
bert Zutsmith. who reveals that
a Zsa Gabor has been signed to
co-star with Lex Barker. Miss
0bor will portray a young
"No." said Leasing Roanowald, -l lire in a I"** who en,ist,, th* id
lifi;.! "- America and g *" former American OSS officer to
ica
'ss|ng. who had ac-
Julius Rosenwaid, fXr of Z'
companied them, left them and
went on to I'a|es.
find her sister who had been a
'""^ for one of Stalin's doctors.
'Stalin is Alive" went before the
cameras Feb. 4. wttfe Russell
li'i-dwell directing.

Paramount s producer-director
'" -f William Perlberg-George
,on r"'ved a note of protest
"om Arthur Levin. City College
of New York alumni p
choosing Columbia I'ai
the setting for thirw-.
screen comedy. "TWch*';
starring Clark Gable and.
Day. Levin complained
ducers always P'<*
when doing a New Y<
background story. rem>
ton answered "We'll P*1
at Columbia, but call
City College.' and find
in the script to menu
York University

Jesse L. Lasky. Jr.. *J
fabulous cinema piw"*r'
co-author of the screen I
Ten Commandments,
films in a panel
'Cultural Free**
Communication*.'
ence of Jewish Worn*'
izations in
presenunH
attW1
Hollya**


February 22, 1957
-JpwfiEft nnrHton
Paq 11 A
n,e following is another ta a series of articles prepared by spiritual
[adert here for The Jewish Plondtan "Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
.",.., iviih t/ie Greater Miami Rabbinical Asin. Rabbi Abraham
,/ Tifertth Israel Horthstde Center, is coordinator of this
'pit
jin. program.
w Sanctuaries Planned
Today's Jewish Spirit
or
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
Temple Judea
ofc of us who have been fol-
, the Siilrah readings each
aih as we go through our
Pw Bible during a busy year,
no douhl noticed two scenes.
Lt week's reading we saw the
fch people at their worst
llion against their devoted
. Moses, whose sacrifice and
of freedom were sudden-
Ireillen. Iheir impatience and
itude for years of selfless
-hip. their descent to vul-
IdoUtry as they danced aout
golden calf.
Lt Moses had faith in the He-
Is and was again inspired by
utter dedication. In this
V iding, we have a beauti-
MllUGHTING Tim
Adar 216 p.m.
\whcttn <^<
ful scene which discloses the
Jewish people at their best. Moses
urges the building of the first
Sanctuarya spiritual center for
inspiration and worship and as-
sembly. The old calf-worship is
forgotten, and once again the
faith in one God Almighty, Lord
of the universe, obsesses the peo-
ple.
They pour forth their jewels,
their gold nose-rings, their brace-
lets and their ornaments in a
shower of determination to build
their sacred Sanctuary. So gra-
cious is this outpouring of the
Jewish heart, that Moses finally
cries out, "ish visha al ya-asod
od m'lacha litrumas hakodesh"
enough has been brought to build
the Holy Tabernacle."
What a beautiful picture of
Jewish self-sacrifice and willing-
ness of heart which indicates the
Jew at his best!
This same scene was witnessed
by over 2.500 people last week at
the inspiring birthday celebration
for Eddie Cantor held in our com-
munity under the auspices of
Bonds for Israel. In the presence
of a great American President,
build lives and establish the sanc-
tuary of the new Jewish spirit
in the ancient land of Israel.
This response of the Jewish
heart upon call of leaders is in
the finest tradition of our peo-
ple. It is- in keeping with the
reputation pf the Jewish people
through the ages as being a "rach-
manim b'nay rachmanim"mer-
ciful children of a merciful peo-
ple."
The building of temples and
sanctuaries, started in the wilder-
ness under the leadership of
Moses, continues unabated to our
own day. New sanctuaries for
the Jewish spirit are being plan-
ned and completed each year in
communities throughout America.
Synagogue architecture and- tem-
ple artistry become studies for
talented builders, architects and
artists. Jewish symbols and de-
sign are being incorporated into
the gorgeous edifices of Jewish
sanctuaries, and Jewish hearts
are responding to build these ha-
vens for Jewish teaching and
idealism.
May the selfless spirit of giving
to good causes ever continue
among our people, and may the
Jewish heart be ever willing and
responsive to all that is noble in
human striving.
KABBI M0RMS SKOP
. selfless spirit
Harry S. Truman, who wrote a
golden page in world and Jewish
history, and midst an assemblage
of talented artists and actors and
performers of all faiths and races,
we saw the heart of the Jewish
community of American and Can-
ada at its best. Millions of dol-
lars and thousands of voices were
raised in a response to the call
for strengthening the Jewish
homeland and for'shelter and
rootage for the homeless thous-
ands fleeing persecution and seek-
ing a haven and sanctuary in
sacred Israel.
It was an unforgettable scene
as voice after voice called out,
"me too," as millions of dollars
in bonds were purchased to help
County Tax Assessor John A
Gautier reported Wednesday that
there are only six more weeks left
to file Homestead Exemption for
1957. All applications for exemp-
tions and other tax returns must be
filed by Apr. 1.
"Renewal Homestead Exemption
applications sent to approximately
130,000 homeowners have been
coming in at the expected rate.
However .there are some 20,000 of
these renewal cards yet to be mail-
ed back to the Assessor's Office,"
he said.
New home owners, who are re-
ervices in
OATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle at Um fi.iv.mit>- or Miami. Topir:
\^treater <^/rh
lami
|0rthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
,m 8*1 ii daj 8:10 M.m Bar-
'>;.lM>.f-. and S.lf-Preaer-
SHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

I DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Mm Rabbi Yaakov Roeen-
Cantor William W. Upton.
.*> v '" I Oueet speaker: Dr.
frz\ m chancalkjf - iiiIiimi v of America.

TH EL. 500 SW 17th m Or-
Ix- Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
fy p.m Saturday 'SO a.m.
I.I Be More Than
|iTini<>iiHitif

JH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
rvativt. Rabbi David W.
i Brotheotiuud
>n Tlforeth la-
ii. raon of Ti-
ll... |he puli.ii with
nuvid w. Ramon of

PH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava.
"ox- Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
I '' i'1'V S:30 a.m.
m- "eeklj Portion?1

TH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
* Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Cinior Maurica Mamchos.
...' '' s,t' i a.m.
', infualon."
ii" RAPH^EL. 135 NW 3rd
^Orthodox. Rabbi Ari. Becker.
- N a.m.
""I Sink.
b
[J TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava.
Xl Ribbl Jowph E. Rackov-
P*AL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
JGLER-GRANADA. SO NW
Conservative. Rabbi Lao

, LAUDERDALB EMANU-EL.
. Andrews .y.., Ft. Laudor-
"*". RM>b, M.r|u, R-R.
fclACADEMY- m
^hodo*. R,bb, Al#nd.r
i
rL*HMlAMl SPRINGS. *51
%"!*' Conservative.
'Hill.
''""'< Btsaakeri Dr.
". 1'i-ofeaw.r ..t hlntory
"Views ..ii tha Middle EatPan II."
Oneu Shnhlmt hunts: I>r. and Mrs.
Nathan rYledman. Saturday a.m.

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 103 NE
Hi St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gortx officiates.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroo st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Loror.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbradn.
Friday 11:10 p.m. (iuest speaker:
James C M. I ...mild, former \i
ilor to the State of Israel. Topic:
"America's Leadership In the Near
Rant." < Tie* Shaol.at host: Mrs. Horn.*
Zui-keriii. n
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samuol
SaHcow.
Friday T.:J0 and S:l" p.m. Sermon:
"Unit] i" Iifr.:. ii. Saturday I
a m. Har Mltivah: Kerry, son of Mr
and Mrs. Norman !,e\ln.
e
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Soil.
I Nel.....n: "H'ollv Of
Brother!......I." Baturdaj l:M am. BW -
mon: "Weekly Portion."
e a
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berela Kelemer.
Ki Ida) IMS i' in i lue same arm Mr
ai c.-miein. praaldanl of Men'* flub. I
1:30 a m. s. i moo: "Weakly
Portion.
a
MONTICELLO PARK. l4th st.
and NE 11th avo. Conservative
Rabbi Isaac. Loror.
Kildav si', p.m. Cues! speaker: Rev-
erend nrville Nelson of the Kulfnril
M. ih...list Church. Topic: "The An-
swer Is Clod." Baturdaj : am Nam-
ing of the new ilauchter of Rabbi and
laaac Lerar.

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixio hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolka. Cantor Maurica
Neu.
Frldav s |8 p m s.i.uon: "Wah-
Inaton's Blrtlidaj Klddusk hIMran:
Mark Doldbam and i:ii.-n rVR>er
mi Sei mon: "W eeklj
Portion" Mar Mitavah: Jort, aon of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I--fkowlt.

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 20
75th tt/ Conservative. Rabbi Mayar
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Kkin.
TER. Roform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
Friday S:i:, p.m. at 117 Merrlrk Hall.
Cnlverelty of Miami. Sermon: "The
Role of the Woman In Judaism." First
Has Mltiv.-ih In the history of the con-
Kreantlnn: Judith, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joshua Segal.
a
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6430 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Lavitan.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Students to partici-
pate, mi
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144
Chase avo. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuol Kelemer.
Friday 1:18 p.m. Sermon: "Two More
l.eu.is to the Kditi11." Saturday 10:4i
a.m.
a e
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington avo. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Roich. '
Krldny :, and IM |im. C.uest speak-
er: In- It. Wiley Bcott, minister of the
Community Church. Topic: "wall for
Mv Brother." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar mon I
"Weekl) Portion." Har Mltavah: luls.
rod ol Mrs. Sophie Greenwald: Merrill,
-on of Mi and Mi- !..-! i Bakat.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
St. Roform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Homestead Due In Six More Weeks
Wasted Hour."
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TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palarmo
vo. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Friday LU p.m Quasi bj .
Senator Claud- Pepper Topic "De-
moermcy. Saturday MS a m ':..
.Mitxvah: llarv.-y. son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Reuben Helt.
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TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th avo. Ro-
form. Rabbi Bonno M Wallach.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfrod
Waxman.
a a a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami avo. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Harson. Cantor Albert
Glantx.
Fridhy S:Jft p.m. Joint Rrotherhnod
services with Congregation P.eth
Kmeth and spiritual leader Rabid
Itavld W. II. i son, brother of Rabbi
Abraham Harson. Sermon: "Brother.
bOOd Ihe Qreatesl Need for World
Peace." Saturday 9 a.m. c.uest speak-
er: Rabbi Davirt w Herson. Sermon
"Living With Ourselves."
a a a
TOR AH TEMPLE. 1254 West
vo. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassol.
a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora avo. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Loon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday R:15 p.m. Cues! speaker: Max
Karl, regional director of NaUanai
Conference of Christians and .!.-
Tpplcj "Human Brotherhood*' (ineg
Shabbat hosts: Mr. anil Mrs. Abraham
Maloff, Mr. an.I Mrs Nathan Davldow,
Mr. and Mrs. Manus Haiiui, Mr. and
Mrs Nathan Ooldf. Baturday s:30 a.m.
s.imoii: "Weekl) Portion,"
quired to apply in person, aro
somewhat slower in taking ad-
vantage of the privilege of filing
for Homostoad Exemption. Pre-
dicated on figures compiled from
Ihe past four years' experience,
Gautior stated that an increase
of 20 percent is expected in now
applicants.
This figure should reach approxi-
mately 30.000. At this time, with
the deadline growing closer and
closer, only half of the new home
owners have made applications.
Gautier urges all those eligible
and intending to file not to wait
until the last week of March, thus
avoiding long lines and waiting.
A MEMORIAL MEETING
TO HO>iOR THE MEMORY
of
ZISE WEINPER
Poet. Writer and General
Secretarv of the IKUF
will bo bald at the Jewish Cul-
tural Center, Friday, February 22
An Appropriate Program
has been planned.
I DEAR fOLKS .
I We COO) ose oil your unwanted fur-
jniture, costume jewelry, children's
ctethhie and shoes, carpets, tools
. aod most anything that you
hove ao more ose for oil proceeds
goiag toward the support of
The Jewish Home
For The Aged
Htuu bring fa os or call for pickup
THRIFT SHOP
5244 N.E. 2nd Ave. PL 1-3*4*
Closed Safwrdays
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
311 Washington Avo., M. B.
Phonos: JE 02205 JE M99
i-1 Iday s it p.m.
"The
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
Miller Unveiling
The Dedication of a Monument
HI lo the Memory of the lateffl
HYMAN H. MILLER
formerly of
1920 SW. 18th AvENUI
Miami Florida
U'WI take place
Sunday. February 24th
315 P.M.
in the Temple Israel Section of
Craceland Park Cemetery
uith Rabbi Joseph Narot
of/iciating
Mr Miller is survived hv hi wife.
Lena: two daughters, Mrs. Coldye
Nadlcr, of Miami, and Mrs. Syl-
vfa line, of Cincinnati: a son,
Louis J.. and four grandchildren.
He was a member of B'nai B"nth
and Temple Israel. Ill ffl
Arrangements are in charge of.
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Rriends and relatives are
asked to he present, ffl ffl
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nJOCIAUJE
Sam Fried land's son and daughter "outdid"
themselves with their Valentine Party at the Al-
giers Hotel last week end The Rubaiyat room
was literally transformed into a silver fantasyland
by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Friedland and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Barnttain as they entertained 110 guests
Costumes of the frolickers stopped traffic on Col-
\ ave. as Indians, Romeos, Beau Brummels, Don Juans and other
liantic figures stepped out of their cars to enter the hotel .
jyone had a "high time" but no one responded literally to the
ted invitations which read, "Here's a toast to our Favorite
k Drink L'p Don't Dilly Dally. Lets aH be 'stacker* Valen-
L with Ruth, Bab, Joyea and Tally."
-
, It was a proud day Feb. 18 for Dora "Mom" Levinson as she
Lbrated the birthday party for two-year-old Lorf Michele Deutsch,
I great granddaughter Four generations were on hand at
JDava (Algiers) Levinson's Flamingo dr. home, where Lori stole
[show with her pink dress and complexion to match Barbara
I Harvey Dtotseh hardly saw their child in the midst of grand-
tnts, uncles, aunts and cousins Latest count for Mam Levin-
I is 55 grandchildren and great-grandchildren!

j Comings and goings Visiting Mr. -and Mrs. Philip Sten
j their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mitlar and
pr son. from Providence, R.L Donna Mitlar, who was a Miss
ai B'rith of Miami, is the former Donna Dana of radio-television
, Husband Milton owns radio station WADK in Newport, R.I.,
is a member of the Judah Touro Synagogue Commission .
, Here and gone already was Yahaloma Shakhory, from Israel,
) is the cousin of Sylvia (Mrs. Sam) Seitlin Yahaloma was in
[U.S. for seven months, studying under an exchange program
(the Interstate Cooperative Administration, and attended Van-
bilt and Michigan State Universty, doing research in agricultural
rket- .
And it's a -ad goodbye to Mrs. Louis Gordon of 775 SW 21st rd.
11- leaving Miami after 24 years here to make her home
Bt. Louis with her sister, Mrs. Carrya Frisch.
A Golden Wedding anniversary was celebrated recently by
and Mrs. Arthur J. Abrams, of 1416 Michigan ave. Mr.
?ami, who n a retired motion picture producer, was the first man
Jynchroni/c -ound and picture in the U.S. ... He did it in 1912,
rs before the talkies came into general use.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold M. Greenfield feted soon-to-be-wed Morton
nblum and Miis Agnes Chi flag at a dinner in their Palm Island
be Feb. 13 Morton, a Miami law school graduate and an
bciate in [he firm of Albion and Greenfield, recently was ap-
nted to At:\ Gen. Richard Ervin's staff for special assignment
^The couple will be married Feb. 24 in Hollywood.
[.Mm Arkin, son of the Joseph Arkins, flew to Chicago to be
)lfc fiancee. Miss Sandy Rauthbord Their engagement was
ounced Jan 13 Wedding is next month .
Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Halparn, who were married Feb. 10. will
It home at 940 Biarritz dr. after their honeymoon tour of Florida
(The bride is the former Suzanne Ley of Forest Hills Mlvin'
ent. are the Jack Halparns of 835 Meridian ave.

A "Brunch with Judy" Feb. 16 celebrated a sweet-sixteen birth-
I for Judy Murray, daughter of the Richard Murrays, 8600 Byron
I... A student at Miami Beach high school.-Judy's a member
m Senior Brush and Palette society .
Attending the party at the Algiers' Scheherazade room were
? Don, Kay Robbins, June Forber, Babs Reichar, Deanne Gran-
^C'ndy Sootin, Iris Rubenstein Myrna Lobel, Bath Kaplan and
*l Rosenberg Also Willa Susskind, Julia Tenebom, Janet
n, Marilyn Braunstein, Arlana Kaplan and Linda Cogen .
Judy's -i ,,. Mrs.-Shelley Rattner, was present, along with
'Mesdanir. Eleanor and Paulette Feinberg, Rochelle Goldberg,
id Ethel Murray, Myra Burns and Mona Schrold Mrs. Flo
**v, Mrs. Jen Harrison and Mrs. Mary Singer, an aunt from
fork, competed the group ... Judy's mother, Mrs. Sylvia Mur-
n hostess.

ybf'it will be a double wedding at the Joseoh Liptons' .
onaid recently announced his engagement to Marilyn Kaplan
M daughter Harriet is glowing as brightly as that brand-new
.:, *earin8 The young man's name is Marshall Stanton
". son of Mr. and Mrs. David Harris of 20 Venetian way.
ne marriage of Gail Friedman to Dr. Clayton Lewis Fain
>ann ;' surpns* c>"' daughter of the I. J. Friedmansl
I Plan "(UnCtd her enW8ement Just two weeks ago, had to give
L hl" r b,S spring wedding because of Clay's limited leave
- res.dency at Harper Hospital in Detroit ..."
Wdi!nC0UPl,,.Were married in a 4 p.m. ceremony at her parents*
Bn ave. home, and left immediately for a Caribbean honey-
c ornan s
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Miami, Florida, Friday, February 22,1957
Section B
kerani*! Marwin Cnmi took advantage of this delightful
"'and r I I 'he'r cock,,li, P*rtv Feb 18 on the ,wn of their
It, h(' home -A green-and white tent was there for emer-
HMs" eVepi An "dded touch of festivity were the strolling
vals j. Phy,"/ gowned in turquoise chiffon, greeted early
l Ma""'* GrM'n,#r* who is 8dmother to young Bradley
Mr Uw i mo,her (composer Mana Zucca) and father, Mr.
oat ,'hp n C,M*|. and Rabbi and Mrs. laying Lehrman Also
' Albart P,'||0S Wer the S,an,y Wolffs, the David Hoehbergs.
r^'andTf "' ,ents' W'stvew Country Club will sport a red,
"i party '' "ne ,n honor of their Feb. 22 Washington's birth-
' Sak" pfh Avenue will host the fashion show .
Ma*r i alreat,y befn received for the Baron da Hirach
1*1. c, *"'. the Sidney Waintraubs and the Allan
i** Mr. m .*nd Mr*' Je', A*****/ are also expected, along with
Mid u "'?" and Mr. and Mrs. Howell Kaaa Mrs.
"** Oanial Schlatplfc are cc-chairmen.
Their 1420 Cleveland rd., Miami. Beach, home
was the site of recent cocktail party given by
Phyllis and Marwin Cassel. He's general
counsel of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan
Assn. Cassels are shown greeting guests
Charlotte and Stanley H. Wolff. Mr. Wolff 13
president of Central Bank and Trust Company
here.
One of major world service organizations
which receives funds locally from Combined
Jewish Appeal is Hadassah. Shown above are
Hadassah members pitching in on mammoth
job of raising funds for 55 local, national and
overseas agencies lo help Jews around world.
Left to right are Mesames Herman Kasha, Ben
Ziegmund, Aaron Newman and Morris Honig-
baum.
Enchanted Morn for Beach Ladies
An enchanted morning was had
by the many women who last week
filled the South room of the Surf-
side Chamber of Commerce to see
Del Busso, the expert make up
artist, who was a special guest of
the charm class given by the Wo-
men's Division Chamber of Com-
merce of Surfside, Bal Harbour and
Bay Harbour Islands.
He advised the proper use and
application of make up as well as
dexterously demonstrating it on
many in the class.
The two art classes now in pro-
grass r* so full that by popular
request a third and fourth art
class are now being formed. The
talented young artist, John Al-
bce, who has had extensive train-
ing In many phases of art in this
country and abroard, teaches
these classes.
Afternoon class will be held
Thursday, 1 o'clock, and the even-
ing class at 8 o'clock in the South
room of the Surfside Chamber of
Commerce. Ruth Meiers is chair-
man of the classes.
Mrs. Krauss Opens
Allison Rd. Home
Mrs. Max Krauss will open her
home, 6400 Allison rd., Miami
Miami Beach, to members of North
Shore Jewish Center Ssterhood.
Eligible to attend the luncheon
affair will be Sisterhood mam-
bars who hav contributed "Chai"
to the Torah Fund.
Luncheon date is Mondav noon.
Mrs. Pearl Krauss, of the National
Women's League and national co-
chairman of the Torah Fund, will
be guest speaker.
Funds raised at the luncheon
are for the support of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
MKS. MAX KMAVSS



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Gefillte Fish Contest to
End on Monday Night
While this is I 'l-''1 "" 4
or S oniemi own Hs* l,,,;",v
skin, and '" 'h'n'
i in ., Pi *tth MongK wtr
i iver the onion ;it the start
The Food Pair recipe contest for
Gefillte Fish recipes using pike,
white and carp fish, will close
-Monday. Feb. 25.
All entries postmarked up until
Monday, midnight, will be eligible
lor the contest. Prizes are S10. $5
and S3 for the recipes to be judged
best.
A recent entry by Mrs. Yetta Alt-
man, 1525 Michigan ave., Miami
Beach, is among those sent to the
contest thus far:
GEFILLTE FISH
2 lbs. fresh fat whitefish
2 lbs. fresh pike
1 lb. winter carp
5 or (i medium onions
2 carrot-
i root parsley
3 eggs
1 tbsp. matzoh meal
:;i tsp, salt
U tsp. white pepper
I tsp. sugar
Cooking time: 2'4 to 2"i hrs.
All fish to be removed from skin
and bones. Grind if finer texture
i- desired, or chop by hand, adding
alternately eggs (unbeatenI, .-alt.
water, matzoh meal, pepper and
one onion.
Dermapeal Gives Lift to Youth
Dermapeal gives "a lift toward
youth." At least, that is the opinion
of many of Greater Miami lop
beauty expert-.
They include Bath Club Beauty
Salon. Band Box Beauty Salon. Co-
lonial Inn Beauty Salon. Palm
Beauty Salon. Alex of the Ameri-
cana, Bette Jones Beauty Salon,
Make Purim Snacks
With Swiss Knight
Purim is jn-t around the corner,
and since it is such a joyous holi-
day, it is appropriate that you
make your Purim meals ;i- festive
as possible So here i- ;m interest-
ing idea for hor< d'oeuvres made
with Swiss Kniyht Gruyere Cheese.
We are sure you will love them,
and it goes without -ayins that you
can mafce them, not only for Purim,
but any time you want something
extra-special to grace your meals.
I'se Swiss Knight Gruyere
Cheese as a base on crackers or
toast with chips of dill pickle, ofive.
or pimiento You can also make
up other combinations. And if you
want an idea for a festive Purim
salad, here's one: Drain slices of
pineapple and place them for in
dividual service on crisp lettuce
- On each slice of pineapple,
arrange three thin sections of Swiss
Knight Gruyere Cheese radiating
from the center, and between them
place small pieces ol pitted dates
Serve with mayonnaise or French
dressing.
You will find Swiss Knight use-
ful and exciting in so many other
way-. ioo. with dessert-, for In-
stance, in salads, sandwiches, or
with fruit. But be sure you get the
genuine imported Swiss Knight
Gruyere Cheese, the only gruyere
cheese imported directly from
Switzerland. It is chock full of
vitamins and minerals and rich in
protein, the element which our
bodies n< ed so much. Get enough
Swiss Knight for the holiday, and
keep it always on hand lor a quick
lunch, for a snack, for appetisers
-S.T.
, Colonada Beauty Salon and Kim-
berly Beauty Salon.
Dermapeal. for these experts and
many others, is I gentle gradual
method of reconstructing a new.
smooth, clear skin, making my lady
prettier in minutes
Dermapeal is a product of Bette
Knowlton Laboratory. 5807 NVV 7th
ave., Miami. Bette Knowlton Clinic
il :it 16"I7 Alton rd Miami Beach
Your beauty problems may l>c
discussed with Bette Knowlton by
calling PL 8-3140
After '. hours, strain. Then bring
l! to .1 boil
small balls then may be formed
h\ hand of the chopped fish and
I into the stock with the
stock Ixiiling constantly. When all
are formed and in the pot, the
I lame can be lowered and the fish
cooked lor about 1V^ hours. In-
dividual ta-te will determine the
Fridy. February,
addition.] salt to b
he sugar Keep A*
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^ lor the me!, *1
"1 the slock ,- redS *
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Remove from m0V( ...
*>' *e ,n ,l,,h. **
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t described ,- the-^^
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r February 22. 1957[
Wc
omen in
*^c Paoe 3B
*9
.8. Oscar M. tifshutz, assisting her husband. Chaplain Oscar
[Lilshutz, Jewish chaplain with U.S. Armed Forces in Munich
I shown), welcomes children of Hungarian refugees at U.S.
eption center in Luitpold Kaserne. In a report to National
Jrish Welfare Board Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy,
laplain Lifshutz depicted his welfare efforts for refugees and
LTibed Jewish religious program he set up for observant
Jugees. JWB supplies of kosher foods and Prayer Books
Ire provided Hungarian refugees who sailed from Germany
1 Navy transport USNS Gen. William G. Haan.
>ncert Series
iders Gather
Merest in the recently-an
I Community Concert Assn.
|t)een gathering momentum and
hed its climax at an 11:30
meeting Sunday morning is
ptawy P!a7a hotel.
meting made plans for
[five major musical events cur-
1 on its agenda and launch a
Ipaign for some 3.000 subscrib-
|i the Greater Miami area.
Tw 195758 tariM has already
fowled Lily Pons, noted Met-
>lin Opera coloratura o-
pno; tht Philadelphia Orchet-
i nder the baton of Eugana
"ndy; and the Chicago Op-
I Ballet.
charge of inscriptions and
Surer is Mr. s F. Danels. 1396
dr. Miami Beach. Other of
of the Community Concert
are Theodore F. Gannon.
pdent; Herman Binder, Leon
Ike. Frank R len and Ernest A.
|erman. vice presidents; and
b Jerry Fisher, secretary.
cws Joda
Mozart Trio Due
For Analysis Here
Mr and Mrs. Robert Kistler and
Dr. Esteban Moreno will present
the Mozart Trio (K. 564) in G major
in the auditorium of the Miami
Public Library Friday evening on
a program co-sponsored by the Mi-
ami Public Library and the educa-
tional committee of the Friends of
Chamber Music of Miami.
Robert Kistler, vlolki,t, .d
" "/.f-, Margaret Klttler, eel?
Htt. are noted for local chamber
music activities. Mr. Kistler is at
present the secretary of the
Friends of Chamber Music here.
Dr. Moreno is presently resident
physician at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, department of pathology. He
studied in Puerto Rico. New York
City and Milwaukee and has played
two programs with Jesus Maria
Sanroma and Mrs. Theresa Scott.
He has also given concerts in Puer-
to Rico and at Temple University
medical school in Philadelphia.
, Frederic Ashe, instructor in har-
mony and orchestration at the nlli-
versity of Miami, will give an analy-
sis of the Trio.
fVCfNf OlMANDY
LADIfS & MEN'S SUITS
Altered te fit
|"Hlle reaited recet te sfofle
MT/JMCriON GUAKAHTUB
SHIEBERT TAILORS
K Mia. Bed. J| S-0J7S
'Nai 'Rith Says:
'Get Acquainted1
Nai 'Rith B.B.G. held a "get-ac-
of Harriet Bretan.
quainted tea" Sunday at the home
New members in training are
Barbara Donner, Arlene Marcus,
Eilene Richter, Mickie Spievack,
Bobbie Chaykan, Bab* Berg,
Sheila Filer and Narlene Hilf.
Refreshments were served and
entertainment was provided by Sue
Helman, Diane Brandt and Lee
Roth .
'Nai 'Rith won first place in the
B.B.G. deck tennis tournament
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Coral Way ladies Meet
Coral Way Jewish Center Sister-
hood met Monday at West Miami
Junior High School.
Realty Company
Tops in Sales
Stephen A. McDonald, president
of the Joseph P. Day Florida Realty
Corporation, has held all of the out-
standing auction sales in the State
of Florida for many years.
Numbered among them were the
Clarke Estate at Coral Gables to-
taling $778,000. on which today
there is a development called Coral
Gate; the Seminole Beach Tract
located at North Miami Beach,
sold for $1,187,000; the Robert E.
Lyons Estate at Bahama Shores,
St. Petersburg, sold for $990,000;
the Mary S. Morrow Estate, real
estate and personal property, $487,-
000; 56 villas at St. Petersburg
Beach for over $650,000; the Fred
H. Eckert Estate at Clearwater,
over $450,000, and many other
properties in all sections of Florida.
Others include outstanding auc-
tion sales throughout the United
States for many of the largest
estates, banks, trust companies and
the U.S. Government.
Judea Sisterhood
Fetes Brotherhood
Sisterhood of Temple Judea pre-
sented a special program in honor
of Brotherhood Week Wednesday
evening.
The George Washington Car-
ver Hiph School Chorus, conduct-
ed by Mist Florence Amos, sang
a special group of songs.
From the St. Sophia Greek Com-
munity Center, a folk dance group
was featured.
The combined Chorus of Temple
Judea performed "The Ballad for
America," with Robert Strassburg
conducting, and Cantor Irving Ro-
binson as soloist,
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National Ballet of Canada
will present three different
programs at Dade County
auditorium on Friday and
Saturday, Mar 8 and 9. Per-
formances are sponsored by
MUenoti Concert Assn., and
the company is under artis-
tic direction oi Celia Franca,
formerly of Sadler's Wells. It
opens its sixth season this
year.
UM Prof. Will Speak
Edward Clarke, of the University
of Miami, will review "The Louisi-
ana Purchase," by Robert Tallant,
Thursday morning, Feb. 28, in the
auditorium of the Miami Woman's
Club. Assisting artist will be Jo-
anne Byrd, coloratua soprano, who
will sing, with Netta Symes Morris
as accompanist.
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Miami chapter of the American
Jewish Congress will hold its next
meeting Wednesday noon, Feb. 27
at Koubek Center.
"A Day at the Rummage Sale,"
by Mrs. Joseph Simon, will be
presented by the Miami chapter
player*. Also on the prgram will
be election of the nominating
committee.
Hostesses for the day will be Mrs.
Ben Tugg, Mrs. A. I. Saltman and
Mrs. Joseph Simon.
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Gmndoarents Thrilled by Youngster's Yen tor Judaism
uranuparcuu hum** / ^^ Arneld*.*<*. j^h youtll from
Several grandparents in the
Greater Miami SMI are mighty
proud these days. For they have
been treated to an "inside" urw
of Judaism as it Is being instilled
into young generations <>f Amer-
ica*.
Ephraim Yat'fe. of 610 8th at,
Miami Beach, i- in receipt
letter from his granddaughter,
Lis. Writing from
her home town. Cedar Grove,
N.J.. the 12-year-old girl report-:
"I have jus) finished mj sermon
and thought you would like a
copy."
The sermon, Yaffe explains,
is one JoAnn delivered during
recent religious services of the
Cedar Grove Jewish Commu-
nity Center, which now meets
in the village Fire House but
which will shortly erect its own
building.
"Down through the ages." Jo
Ann told the congregation. "Jews
have expressed their dependence
upon God through prayer. Com-
munication with God is an im-
portant part of Jewish life.
Without prayer, where would we
be?"
Indicating that in Judaism
JOAHM MAKGOUS
. ilrength ef to
prayer ha- a I way* been a foun-
tain of courage." the 12 year-old
continued: "Those who believe
that prayer is used jus! for get-
ting the fulfillment of personal
Wishes are ttdrj mistaken. Do
you pray Just before taking an
exam, and expect to pass? Did
your prayers help your favorite
baseball team? Compare these
so-called 'praj
words from I he I nion Prayer
Hook:
"'Enlighten our eyes, O
Lord, to behold thy guiding
power in all nature Inspire
our hearts to love Thee and to
make Thy will the law of our
life. ."
Yaffe explains that JoAnn'-
father never bad s Jewish edu-
cation. Her mother did learn
Yiddish In s Workmen-
Circle school but that's about
III Neither had an> rcUfioUS
train:':.', although both helped
organise the Cedar Grow Je-
i-li Community Center."
In the face of this, it is incred-
ible that JoAnn. a 12-year-old
youngster, could preach such a
sermon, and to conclude that
sermon with these words: "Let
us all dedicate ourselves to live
each day according to God's com-
mandment- la trust God with
all our heartsand to praise and
give thanks unto His name."
No less proud these days is
Mrs. Samuel Bagoon, of the
Belvedere hotel, Miami Beach,
who recently received a letter
from her 16-year-old grandson.
Youth Get Golden Opportunity
A D has
instituted what i- believed to be
"a first."
Beth Israel Congregation, 711
40th St., is currently operating
a program for public school
children that permits the chil-
dren to eat lunch under strict
dietary supervision.
Ite-pon.-ible for the program is
Public school children eat lunch at Beth Israel Congregation
under sponsorship ol congregation's novel Kosher lunchroom
project. Rabbi R. Louis Rottman initiated what is believed to
be first such project in nation.
Promises Made-But Funds in Arrears
Franklin F. Saunders. admini-tia
tor of the United Cerebral Palsy
Assn. of Miami, appealed Wednes-
day to all telethon pledgers to
send in their contributions.
The recent telethon brought in
S364.000 in pledge-, but has actu-
ally turned only S291.000 of this
amount into cash.
"This year." Saunders m1 need funds even more in order to
complete the new rehabilitation
center, and until we get the mon-
ey, not only our patient-, hut our
whole organization is handicap-
ped."
soys:i
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Rabbi II. Louil Rottman. spiritual
leader of Beth Israel, a man char-
acterized by hi- ronurctants as
"devoted to hi- highest princi-
ple-."
Rabbi Rottman, since hi- arrival
here and assumption of Reth Is-
rael- pulpit, ha- been concerned
with the f.iet that pupil- of Ins
religious school have no kosher
food facilities during their lunch
periods at the various public
school- in the 41st st. area.
Accordingly, he approached
teachers and administrators at
North Beach Klementary and Nau-
tilu- Junior High with the pro-
posal that their students be per-
mitted to eat lunch at Beth Is-
rael.
Fifteen children today parti-
cipate in this novel program.
North Beach student* simply
cross over 41st st. to Beth Is-
rael. Nautilus pupils are driven
to the congregation by a corps
of volunteer mothers then
returned to their classes at the
conclusion of the lunch period.
To implement the program.
Beth Israel maintains a full time
chef Toll for each lunch is fifty
cents, and deficit costs are made
up by interested congregants.
"We believe this to be a neces-
sary program in the develop-
ment of traditional Jewish atti-
tudes in our children," most of
the parents indicate They also in-
dicate something else their de-
light in an unusual idea created
by Rabbi Rottman.
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Arnold Merman,
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The letter incorporates his im-
pressions ol a I'nited Synagogue
Youth convention he attended.
\\ Inn a Jewish teen ager
goes to convention, he not only
meets Jewish youth, but he also
meets himself The word 'Jew'
to be just a descriptive ad-
jective of himselfit becomes a
way of life."
At one time or other in his
life, he wrote Mrs. Bagoon, the
Jewish youth Has been taunted
and teased because of his re-
ligion. "After a convention, no
USYer is remorseful because he
is a Jewbe is proud."
"This feeling of unity with his
fellow man." he explained, "is
known to USYera as 'ruach'.
After four days of wearing a yar-
mulke constantly, dovanning
morning and night, singing and
dancing, hearing about Israel
from Fellow USYers, and ex-
changing ideas and thoughts with
Jow.sh youth from ,
< "untry, Judaism is jli* U
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MCHAH HTAMN
,rmer Miamian
Bar Mttzvah
Former Miamian Michael Lee
nan will become Bar Mitzvah
ing Saturday morning services,
23. of Shaare Tikvah Consre-
pon in Chiago, 111. Rabbi Morris
[Cul-fein will officiate.
dichael i- thi' son of Mr. and
Sam llyman, 6525 N. Sacra-
Ir.to. Chicago.
\n uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
bg IK man. 3140 SW 14th st .
ill shortly entertain Mi-
tel's grandparents here. They
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph flyman,
nager of several world-renowned
Itnrs.
pther grandparents are Mr. and
s William H. Cohen, of Chicago.
lut-of-Towners
lonor Misheloff
Michael Norman Misheloff was
.Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 18, at
kh David Congregation. Rabbi
kov Rosenberg officiated.
Michael is the son of Mr. and
Louis Misheloff, 2356 SW 15th
[Miami.
jle attends eighth grade at Shen-
' h Junior High and is a stu-
p at Beth David religious school.
it-of town guests included Mr.
Mrs Sam Chechik, Montreal,
pad; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glober-
i>. Long Island, N.Y.; Mr. and
*"c4ft Miwtiorr

Louis, son of Mrs. Sophie
Greenwald, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, Feb. 22, of
Temple Emanu-FJ. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate.
Louis is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
and attends Temple Emanu-
El religious school.
Frothy Comedy
Now Showing Here
"Oh Men, Oh Women" is, as the
title implies, a light frothy comedy
all about the sexes.
In ClnemaScope and color, it
(tart Ginger Rogers as an actress
trying to ditch her husband (Dan
Dailey) who lands up in a Holly-
wood psychiatrist's office (Clif-
ton Webb) along with another
mixed-up female who has had
several husbands too many.
Needless to say. both women
succeed in driving the psychiatrist
to a psychiatrist. "Oh Men. Oh
Women" is now showing at the
Carib. Miami and Miracle Theatres.
Mrs. William Globerman, Ossining,
N.Y.; and David Warshe and Her-
man Nalvin, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Miller Unveiling
The Dedication of a Monument
to the Memory of the late
HYMAN H. MIUIR
formerly of
1920 S.W. 18th Avenue
Miami. Florida
will u^f place
Sunday. February 24Trf
at 5 15 P.M.
in the Temple Israel Section of
Graceland Park Cemetery
with Rarri Joseph Narot
officiating
Mr. Miller is survived by hi- wife.
Lena; two daughter!, Mrs. Goldye
Nadler. of Miami, and Mrs. Syl-
via Fine, of Cincinnati: a son,
Louis J and four grandchildren.
He was a member of B'nai B'rith
and Temple Israel.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer-!: Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relative- .ire
asked to bt present.
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Martin Meclcler
Is Bar Mitzvah
Martin Herbert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Meckler, of 300 NW
56th ave., will become Bar Mitzvah
.Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Klagler-
Granada Jewish Center.
Martin has been attending Flag-
er-Granada's religious school for
the past three years. A student at
Kinlock Park Junior High, he is
a member of the concert band He
also belongs to Boy Scout Ttoo-j
62.
Martin will recite the traditional
Maflir. Rabbi Leo Heim will offi-
ciate and address the celebrants.
A Kiddush, to follow the serv-
ices, will be given by Mr. and Mrs.
Meckler in honor of their son's
Bar Mitzvah.
Page 5B
UM Orchestra
Slates Monteux
The University of Miami will
present Pierre Monteux as guest
conductor of the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra Mar. 3
and 4.
Monteux, today in his 82nd
yoar, is on* of the great masters
of the baton.
He shared honors with Charles
Munch in conducting the Boston
Symphony Orchestra on tour be-
hind the Iron Curtain, and was
hailed wherever he went.
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The Sample Shoe Store, 2302
Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral Gables,
is a rarity among "so-called" can-
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men insist they really have all fam-
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be right as their advertising
shows.
Featuring only the best of na-
tionally famous makes at savings
of $5 to $15 a pair, Sample shoes
are unique because they have all
current styles and new colors.
Courteous, expert fitting sales-
men with primary Interest in the
customer's foot problems make
shopping at Sample Shoe Store a
true pleasure.
Lines include Andrew Geller,
Palter de Liso, Mademoiselle, Pa-
lizzio, Town and Country, Red
Cross, Tetrazinl Originals, Italian
imports, Selby, I. Miller, Herbert
Levine and many others.
Salesmen Karl Benjamin, David
Goldberg and Sidney Lurie are
well-know in the area as expert fit-
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3n tlielQealm of Society
'Shirley Weprin,
Air Officer Wed
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*I. FRANK SZiMM
MRS. MAURCY BALL
Kin Shirley Lou Wepnn became
jlho bride of First LL Frank Irving
Ifbamere on Sunday. Feb. 11. at
the Saxonv hotel Rabbi B Leon
HurwitJ officiated at the double
ring ceremony under a canopy of
palms.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Herbert K. Wepnn. of
Dayton. O. The groom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Tibor Szemere,
Coral Gables
The bride was escorted on the
arm of her father Her gown was
a white sheath made of chantilly
lace with an overskirt of peau de
sol She carried a Bible with white
orchids and lilies-of the-valley.
The bride attended Stepheni Col-
lege in Columbia. Ifo LL Szemere
i- serving with the L B Air Porce,
He has Just returned from three
yen-, oi overseaj duty He has a
BS degree from the I'niversity of
Miami, and an ham**** degree
from the Arnold Air Society.
A reception and dinner in the
Pagoda room of the Saxony fol-
owed the ceremony. The couple
will live in Marianna. Fla where
Lt Szemere is in flight training.
Mrs. Ball Chooses Princess Style Chanliliv (iown For llrr Riles
With the wedding ('and of the
l Imother, Mis:
dra .Miller became the bride ol
Maurcj M Ball, 11 in B:30 p.m.
Sunday, Feb it. at the .\l-
hoti I. Rabbi In ing I nrnion
at the double i ing, can-
! in ceremi
The bride i~ the daughter oi Mr.
and Mrs 11 1010 9th
st.. Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
Mature? M. Ball, of I hicago, are
the parents ot the bridegroom.
The brid n was princess
style in chiffon tafl sequin
bantill] lace The
inted
were sprinkled with i>< arUi
ami ii idi scents A graceful po-
lanaise bow accentuated the chapel
train.
A fingertip veil of French iflu-
- on was held bj a modified tiara
(it chantilly lace, trimmed with
i and sequins A bouquet of
white orchid- on the bride's con-
firmation Bible completed the en-
semble.
Jud) Myers was maid of tumor,
and bridesmaids, were Judy Miller
and Audrej Slotkin. Attendants
gowned tn blue and carried
ink and white bouquets
best man. and
il Cohi n and irwin
Iter. Jeffrey Miller, the
cousin, .allied the rii
The bride attended the I'ni-
versit) of Florida and received her
education decree, cum laude, from
the niveraitj of Miami She i- i
member of Alpha Kpsilon Phi and
Kappa Delta Pi. national education
honorary.
The groom, a graduate of the
University of Florida, is mem-
ber of Tau Bpailon Phi and Alpha
Delia Sigma, professional adver-
tising fraternity. He la now uso-
ciated with an advertising concern
in Chicago.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony in the RobaJyal
room. After a honeymoon in New
York the couple will make their
m Chicago.
iiiuuiuk
MKS. CLAYTON FUN
M*S. A81HLH NOffMl
Friedman, Fein Exchange Vows
In a double ring ceremony Mon-
day, Feb. 11. at her home, 4804
Sheridan ave., Miami Beach. Miss
('ail Friedman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore Friedman, be-
came the bride of Dr. Clayton
Lewis Fein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl I Fein, of Ottawa.
Rabbin Melvin L. Shapiro, of
Chicago, brother-in-law of the
bride, performed the 4 p.m. cere-
mony.
Best man was Abe Beteherman.
Cohen, Stoltz Will Live in Miami
,, v uwe and earned pink carnations.
brides-
indmother wh
U were married I d Stepheni. Goldberg
irer girls
, 'Id in the i lag s,";''' was rii rer
ter. Allan Stoltz, bridegroom's brotli
is the daughter oi ,r **" l"'~1 '" The) are the
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'' V garden partj reception
was held in then home
The bride wore white satin, chan-
tlllj lace and tulle A rrwl ,.,,.
piece held her short veil and she
carried white orchid, and carna-
ations on the Bible.
Barbara Kieinman, maid of hon-
W, wore blue crystaline and white
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After .. wedding trip through
Florid, and Georgia, the couple
will live in Miami
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In a double ring candlelight
ceremony on Sunday. Feb. 17. at
the Fontainehleau hotel, Misa
Marilyn Joan Billic daueh'er of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Billig. 1067 93rd
Harbor Island, formerly of
Jamaica, I. I, became the bride of
Arthur William Hoffman, son of
Mr and Mrs Melvin Hoffman.
Kansas City, Mo.
Rabbi Irving I-"h-man, of Tern
pie Emanu-El, officiated.
Decor of the worldinp. was pink
and white ..'test man was Stanley
Leeds. Bridesmaid was Patricia
Billig, sister ol the bride, and ma-1
Iron of honor wa Mrs. Eileen Le-
vinaon, oi Kansas City.
I hers were Morton and Sidney
Polorad, maternal uncles of the i
The bride selected a wedding
gown of silk peau de soie fashion-
ed with a scoop neckline of im-
ported alencon lace and trimmed
with seed pearls. Featured was the!
princess line bodice, with bouffant
aWrl falling into a chapel sweep!
train.
She wore matching short gaunt-i
lets. A cluster of seed pearls was;
caught to her fingertip pure silk i
illusion veil She carried an ar-'
rangement of orchids.
The bride attended Jamaica
High School and is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She at-
tended the I'niversity of Miami,
majoring in art. and will continue
her education at the Kansas City
Art Institute.
Mr. Hoffman is a graduate of the
University of Missouri. His frater-
""> is Sigma Alpha Mu. He is a I
certified public accountant in Kan
of Ottawa Matron of hoai
Mrs. Melvin I. Shapiro, of |
sister of the bride. Susan I
niece of the bride, acted ail
girl.
The bride selected I
length gown made of bri
chiffon with luted hodieel
neckline and bouffant skirts
shoulder-length rrench
veil was attached to a Juliett
matching chiffon. Short
gloves completed her outfit.]
carried an arrangement afj
orchids
The bride attended the Qj
sity of Miami, where she
Delta Phi Epsilon pledge.:
graduated from the Davis I
of Technoloi;>.
Dr. Fein is a graduate of tktl
versity of Virginia. Receive!]
M.D. degree from the Ottawa^
ical School ll interned it]
was a resident Mt. Sinai i
tal in Miami B' a< h, and is I
re.sidi mv at Harper Hospitq
Detroit. Mich
The coil] -lending'
honeymoon in ca. Upon I
return, the) \s.; i make their I
in Detroit
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Rosenberg
for June
ld nre. David Rosenberg, of
"ill announce the engage-
(h'eir daughter, Barbara
, to Sevmour J. Eisenberg.
|he son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eisenberg. Miam Beach.
Lment of the 30th wed-
pwrsary of the groom's
)senncrg and Mr. Eisen-
| planning to be married in
{bride-elect will graduate
|orthwe>tern University in
iere she is majoring in ed-

Lnce attended Yeshiva Uni-
fancl majored in business at
IvtTMty of Connecticut. He
[with the Armed Forces
L a< personnel manager of
bjcers Club in Frankfurt,
[presently in the real estate
V with offices on Lincoln
Mpfgf>flnr/ifar
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Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nussbaum.
6805 Allison rd.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Rene,
to Larry M. Kline, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Kline of Hibiscus Is-
land.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of pioneer residents, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Alpert, Miami
Beach.
Rene attended Miami Beach High
School and was graduated from
Highland Manor School in Long
Branch, N.J. At present, she is a
student at the University of Miami.
Mr. Kline is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and also at-
tended the University of Miami. At
present, he is associated with the
Florida Processing Co.
A June wedding is being planned.
MISS tlNl NUSSBAUM
Cohens Announce
Carol's Bethrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Cohen,
1355 Meridian ave., Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Carole Joyce, to William
Romer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Romer. Long Island, N.Y.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, where
she was a majorette. She attended
the University of Miami, and is
past president of Clara Hirsch Lan-
dau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young
Women. At present, she is em-
ployed by the Miami Daily News.
Mr. Romer served as a pilot with
the U.S. Air Force. He attended
Pace College in New York and
is a member of Surfside Masonic
Lodge.
A summer wedding is planned.
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Wedding plans are being made
by Miss Joann Carol Deutsch,
daughter of Mrs. Morris Deutsch
2543 SW 15th st., and the late Mr!
Deutsch, and Sol Brown. Mr. Brown
is the son of Mrs. Sam Brown of
Scranton, Pa., and the late Mr.
Brown.
The bride-elect is a graduate ol
Miami High School and attends the
University of Miami.
Her fiance attended Philadelphia
Textile Institute where he was a
member of Sigma Phi Tau engi-
neering fraternity. He was grad-
uated from the University of Miami
and is presently employed as a
production engineer in Wilkes
Barre, Pa.

Tabor-Froug
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Tabor, of
the Bronx. NY., are announcing
>he engaeemen* of their daughter,
Helene, 1535 SW 30th ave., Miami,
to Phillip Charles Froug.
The future bridegroom is the son
of Mrs. Sadie Froug, 7327 Byron
ave., Miami Beach, and the late Joe
Froug, of Atlanta, Ga.
The couple will be married Mar.
31 at Wafdman's Crown hotel in
Miami.

Strn-Pomerantz
Mr .and Mrs. Robert M. Stern,
3360 SW 21st St., annouce the en-
Paq* 7B
gagement of their daughter Bar-
bara to Herman R. Pomerantz,
White Plains, N.Y.
Miss Stern is a graduate of the
University of Miami. Her fiance
was graduated from the Albany
College of Pharmacy in Albany,
New York.
The couple will be married in
June.

Aronowitz-Jacobs
June Fleischer Aronowitz. 4741
N. Meridian ave., and Stuart K.
Jacobs, are planning a spring wed-
ding. Their engagement is announ-
ced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Fleischer, of Miami
Beach and New York. Mr. Jacobs
is the son of Mrs. Janette K. Jacobs,
4114 Pine Tree dr., and the late
Stanley L. Jacobs.
The bride-elect attended Pennsyl-
vania College for Women and Mills
College of Education in New York.
Mr! Jacobs graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he was a
member of Pi Lambda Phi fratern-

Block-Sandier
Former Miami residents Dr. and
Mrs. Meyer I. Block, now of Yonk-
ers, NY., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Froma, to
Jerome Lewis Sandier.
Miss-Block attended the Univer-
sity of Alabama and is a junior at
the University of Pennsylvania. She
is a member of Sigma Delta Tau
sorority. ,
Mr. Sandier, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Sandier of Washington, DC,
graduated from George Washing-
ton University and is attending
Jefferson Medical College in Phil-
adelphia. He is a member of Phi
Beta Kappa.
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Campaign Activities in Steady Rise as CJA Pace Quick*
%utii^..j ibp Judge MiUon A Friedman, w| '"a);
Sam J. Hciman. chairman of the __ i (orney and life-long member of dent i .JMl,c,*i a),
1955 and 1956 Combined Jewish ./ ,|^ f B'nai Brith He is aiso one of the '**"
V0D?a!. has been appointed chair- '*. I f/Tp .-V m-ieinal members of the C,rp..l..r The mm-.:..
Sam J. Hciman. chairman of the
1955 and 1956 Combined Jewish
Appeal, has been appointed chair-
man of the CJA community rally to
be held Mar. 14 at th;- Miami Beach
auditorium.
Appointed as co-chairman to *
slat with the coordination of the
big event is Mrs. Louis Qlasser, lo-
cally and nationally known for her
leadership in civic and religious
affairs.
A roster of top business and re-
ligious leaders will shortly be na-
med by Hciman to direct the rally.
"Dade county Jewry will be in-
vited to this most important meet-
ing in behalf of our emergency res-
cue program." said John N. Serbin.
campaign chairman of the CJA. Ad-
mission will be free of charge, and
advance reservations will be neces-
sary.
Louis Shapiro, New York City
attorney, will be guest speaker at
a Restaurants and Allied Trades
Division luncheon Wednesday
noon, Feb. 27 in the Delano hotel.
According to co-chairman Sam
Schwartz and Sam Sterling. Sha-
piro, a frequent visitor lo the Mid-
dle Bast and the State "i Israel,
will bring a report on the current
immigration crisis which face- the
infant nation. Honorary chairman
William Sherman has announced
that the luncheon event i- expected
t" attract nearly 100 representa-
of the restaurant tquiptm nl
industry, as well as other guests in
the allied tra
Edward Lassman i- hosl of the
annual luncheon event, which is
hcld in behalf of the 1957 Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal.
Coordinator nf the big division
is Joe Mechli". Advisory commit
ISRAEL'S AGGRESSION'

standing stars ol screen,
clubs and TV Last y
featured Cyd Pharisee and
Martin.
a wc nniuua nuviM Tickets t<> th.' dinner and thou
t'< includes Jerry Adelman, Benja- night went on sale this week, ac-
min Adler. Charles Bookbinder, Si- cowling to Kravitz and Weintraub
mon Botwinik. Jack Goldstein, The committee assisting with ar-
Charlcs Greenber'j, George Green- rangements include- Leo Acker-
span. Joseph Hart. Arthur Horo- man. Herbert Blate. Archie Brick.
Witz, Isidore Kramer. Arthur Mais- l-"1 A Chaikin, Harry Diamond,
el. Irving Nash. Harold Pont. Irv- Mary Ford. J. L. Gabin. M. William
ing Rubin. Marvin Rubin. Joe S. Gladstone, Theodore J. Goldstein.
Scheinberg. Benjamin Tupler. Mel- Dr. Morris Goodman. Albert J.
vin Weinkle. Stanley Worth and Hirsch. Aaron M. Kanner. Harry L.
Abe Zaslafsky
Wartime Leader Slated
Of the 21 Dade county munici-
palities swinging into high gear on
their Combined Jewish Appeal
drives, one of the most active
Katz. M. J Kopelowitx, Julian Kur-
lander and Kenneth Last
Also Alfred Lev, Bernard Liber-
man, Samuel Upton, Maxwell Lu-
bin. Sam Lubin, Samuel Mufson.
Jacob Rabinowitz, Irving Saal. Abe
........, u,ic ui nitr mosi acuve------ -..-..n,.. mini; orai. ninr
groups is the community of North Se,tMr- Al Sherman. Charles Spie-
Miami Beach. \ gel. Margaret Newman Steam. Carl
[Susskind, George Wolpert and
i Oscar Zeltzer.
Jewish residents of this fast
growing community have announ-
ced a giant neighbors' rally Sun-
day evening, at Kulfird School, 1740
NE 161st St.
nighl by Daniel Brisker, dynamic young
event leader Oi Israel', youth who i- ap-
pearing in the Miami area lor the
first time in behalf of c.l V
Chairman of the Needle Trades
Division is Sam Kantor Committee
assisting Kantor includes Edward,
Brown, Leonard Grossman. Irving
Marbey. Mai Marshall. Norman B
Reinhard. Sam B Holunson. Paul T.
Schoenbergcr. Alex Schneidmen,
Leonard Coleman. Morton Edel-
stein, James W. Kahn and Marim
Kurman.
Special Activities
Aaron Farr and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, co-chairmen of the Musi-
cians and Entertainment Division,
conferred with representatives of
the amusements, radio and TV in-
dustry at a luncheon Monday in the
offices of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
be Judge Milton A. Friedman, at-
torney and lifelong member of
Bnai Brith. He is aiso one of the
original members of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and cur-
rently its associate secretary.
Chairman of the BBYO drive for
CJA in Miami is Carol Meyer, a
(senior at Miami High School and
president of Debs, B.B.G.
Included in the morning pro-
gram on Sunday will be a special
showing of film "Tent City,"
depicting the problems facing
two beys, one from the Bast and
the other from the West, who
come to live in a tent in Israel,
bringing their own fears and
doubts of ways of life.
Israel Silver, of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center is
functioning as coordinator of the
Youth Division campaign.
A gala President's Ball will be
sponsored by the Young Adult Jew-
ish Council of South Florida on
Sunday evening at the Beach
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, 1538 Bay rd.
The annual event is the major
fund raising function of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal's Young Adult
Division. Member groups of this
division include Beach Young
Adults, Beth David Ybung Adults,
Miami Jr. Hada.ssah, Miami Beach
Jr. Hada.ssah, Masada, North Shore
Young Adults, Temple Emanu-EI
Young Adults, Temple Israel Young
Adults, and Young Adult League.
A novel feature of the evening
Tho committee t. m
rrangemrn.s inc,"*
Osowick, invm Sok2f
Cantor. Pau| SedWsh21
Marsha Lau,. Jerrj "^
Goldenhlank, Bernard
Doris Rabinowji^
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Principal speaker will be Mmi.
Paulettt Op pert, courageous
French wartime underground
leader .whose exploits have gain-
ed for her an international repu-
tation. She was personally re-
sponsible for saving the lives of
thousands of Jewish children in
occupied Europe and has trav-
elled widely and visited Israel
only recently.
Area Campaigns
Shepard Broad, general chairman
, of the Miami Beach Resident- Divis-
ion, has announced two social
events to be held in the Biseayne
.Point and Stillwater areas in be-
half of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
At 10 AM, Sunday, Feb. 24, a
breakfast meeting will be held in
iW!m* JS,ph Rnblum,
l/80Dayfoniard. Assisting with
arrangements for the meeting
w.ll be Max Orlin, Biseayne Point
Also fea,um, in the big program 5ST2 *X J?l^
of colorful entertainment will be Dr. j A Green hi .. L*"d
Yvette la Judas, Lynne .,, mJZTJ2l22++-
Sandy. Mimi and Linda Palk and Residents.
Manny Mandel. M
Bernard Koloff is chairman w' be held al the
the North Miami Beach Div ion ,-",'," ,/ Merill |
and is in charge t program ar- dr- 'or volunteer
'""'"' I ,i- ":V rdon
able at the CJA campaign office airman.
J438 NE 163rd s, and North Miami ; ,,., ItiesVgivTt ***
Beach News Poet. 338 NE Wth st. h".' ,h. co(
Top Social Event doml '' '
Farr and Cantor Kelemer out-
lined plans for solicitation of
men and women in these profes-
sions throughout the Dade coun-
ty tr^a.
"This is one of the newer cam-
paign divisions which is expected
to Show surprising results in this
year's drive." the co-chairmen an-
nounced.
The Bnai Brith Youth Organiza-
tions will launch fund raising ac-
tivities ,n behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal at a kick-off break-
El-"' at lhe Roval ,,alm
I ft? J? **" "Present-
1 h B8Y0 9roops of *eim
nd Miam. Beach are expected
to attend th, breakfast event, ,c
cord.ng to Richard Kirschberq,
M.a'rnT Vh* B3Y roi"* "
vwami Beach.
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Fri. a Sat. March I I Mf
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Westview Country dub WUI be % SsfW Ch !' tP '""-"'-' Of m2Jft
the setting for .he second eonsecu ",""1"1 "s '''""' raisins ac- ^ ''
tive year of the Miami Business :.n.l !' ,' J nner event In
Professions Division's annual din- ""(' tashon designer Hal
ner in behalf of the Combined Jew- Marsh. 1 North Bay rd.
The successful affair was fteU
l!!!??^jndjeatured an addre.s
ish Appeal.
Ce-ehairmen Aaron Kravitx
and William Weintraub have an-
nounced that some 500 local busi-
ness leaders and their wives are
expected to attend the brilliant
social event on Sunday, Feb. 24
to participate in the evening pro-
gram.
Dinner is scheduled for 7:30
with a cocktail party preceding at
6:30. Invitations had been extend-
ed to some of the country's out-
;- Honorary S,,i(.(>. vu,. ^
?h? W n iZ V" n,""l,,"r "f
Miami Be^ s,m,,r HiK--'- a
'"^, -P"nker at the kick(,ff will
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home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gerard
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1957
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Dr. Robert Gordis will speak
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main auditorium of Temple Eraanu-
El, Rabbi Irving Lehrman has an-
nounced.
Sub|oct of his address will bo
"The Dead Soa Scrolls^-Signi-
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Dr. Gordis is visiting professor
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Roosevelt Temple 33 inducted nine
candidates to the order. Most Ex-
cellent Chief Sophie Robinson con-
ducted the ceremony, while Harriet
Kaplan captained the degree staff
A special initiation was performed
for Pythian Knight Milton Green,
who became an honorary Sister.
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Religion in the Schools
To Be Aired by Expert
MUM
SY HENRY LEONARD
"Religion and the Public
Schools" will be the subject ol hi
open meeting and workshop spun-
sored by the Council PTA of thel
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Joint Advisory Council.
The evening and morning so*
lions will be held on Monday eve-
ing. Feb. 25th. and on Tuesday
morning, Feb. 26. at Temple Israel.
Featured speaker will be Rab-
bi Arthur Gilbert, national di-
rector of the Department of In-
RABBI ARTHUR GILBIRT
Seeing Double?
- Drive Trouble
The multiplicity ol lund drives
in Greater ilfaml will be a subject
for top consideration at a met
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Meeting on Tuesday. 8:15 p.m.,
Feb. 26, at the Algiers hotel,
Jewish leaders will tackle the
problem of conflicting fund
campaigns which continue to
take place during the time of the
ter Religious Cooperation of the
Anti-Defamation League. Rabbi
Gilbert is editor of the Chris-
tian Friends Bulletin and serves
as resource consultant at numer-
ous church conferences on re-
ligious education and current so-
cial action. Prior to his connec-
tion with the Anti-Defamation
League, Rabbi Gilbert served for
three years as assistant rabbi at
Temple B'nai Jeshurin in New-
ark, N. J. He has engaged in pas-
toral psychiatry and has written
widely on religion, psychology,
and human relations.
Rabbi Gilbert's subject Feb 20
will be "Church and State in the
Public Schools He Will be intro-
duced by Rabbi Joseph Narot,
presienl ol the Joint Advisor)
Council.
On Feb. 26, two workshop ses-
sions will be held on "Religious
Practices in Our I'ubhe School-
and "Plans for Religious Instruc-
tion and ('>r Moral and Spiritual
\aluc- in the Public Schools"
Work-Imp- will begin at 9:30 am ,
With a coffee break at 11 a.m.. and
closing summaries at 1 p.m.
Workshops will be under the
professional direction of Nathan
Perlmutter. regional director of
the tnti-Defamation League; Mor-
ris Hoffman, of the American Jew
ish Congress; and Louis SchwaiU
man. of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
Greetings will be heard from
Mr-. Benjamin Greene, presidentiytm. His long experience m the
"I the Council PTA. and Mrs Jack [field includes vice presidency and
Matzo. president of the PTA of fOaWal managership of Hansen
Temple Judca. who will *-t ,. Ilurl hosta at the workshop.
"All right...who's tht noodnlk that's
putting PIGS In th animal FHA, VA Accept
United Trussed
United Trussed Rvofs Co. has
been supplying some of the biggest
developers In the Greater Miami
area Plant of the organization is
I 7000 Coral Way Offices are at
4501 SW 64th ct
J. Stanley Burke, president .has
been a contractor here for ten
act as
Combined Jewish Appeal, the
area's major annual fund drive.
ai-o dated lor discussion will be
a report of the special committee
on the Middle East situation
John Serbln, CJA campaign
chairman, will submit a report on
progress of the campaign tn date.
ufacturers
I. II. Pope, vice president and
treasurer, has been connected with
construction business in Miami for
some 30 yean
The company's 7000 Coral Way
plant was opened last November
and is accepted by FHA and Vet-
erans Administration for trusses
designed to carry tile roofs.
Principle feature of the com-
pany's product is elimination of
First North Shore Optimist wins award. Leonard Plmt r>
dent ol North Shore Optimists award* h, o u pres'"
silver Optimist Internal1 key a, Feb ? J^" SS*
Allison hotel. Y b' 5 mee,'ng held in
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R475 NW Hth ave.
|v located in two small
I 159 and 180 N. E. 51st
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 111:1:1:1:v fllVK.N tl.itt
th,. iimifisigned, desiring to engags in
business under Hit- flctttloui name of
s .v \i 111 ildeks n 1.13)11 \ t nth
Court. North Miami Beach Intend to
register mild Uma with the i i.rk of
i'h i'h. ui: Court of Dade County
Florida,
OUST IVE MAN DELL
H \.M STERN
2/1.1-22 3/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the n nee reigned, dearring to .nima: In
business under t'"' fictitious name of
METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY at
1241.1 N. E. nth Avenue. North Miami,
Florida. Intend* to register raid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad* (Jaunty, Florida.
METALS. INC.
a i-Torlda Coaudtatlon
Il'V.vm MAJUIHEIM.KR
4ttornen for Metal products Comae
2/8-15--5 3/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVE.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engageh
'he fictitious Sine of
LINDY8 DRY CLEANING Mr LAUN-
DRY at 700 N. W. |d Av*. Mian*
,";"''"!"' -"'" mm, with the
*/l-8-l.,-J2
LEGAL NOTICE
ny
tp BV PUBLICATION
*RCUIT COURT OF THE
f JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
T\n AND FOR DADE
jli CHANCERY No. 1M5I2
Intiff _
bl'N.
adani
IA BBAPN
Avenue, Apt ia
i\ BRAl'N ire hereby no-
I., BUI "' Complaint for 1)1-
n filed .1^ ilnsl you. and
Mulred to aervi .1 ''"PY,
I unn in the Hill
hit on the plaintiffs Attor-
\ i:.n.i,i. 1 IJnodn
v In 11 h. Florida,
^'original Answei or Plead-
Loffli r ol the 1 'lerk of the
lau on it fore the 2.1th
#ch 15 1 fall to do
I t will be tnken
demanded
plaint.
,11 he published onre
I live weeka
LswiSII I l.oRIIHAN
|JJD 0RHERED al Miami.
litn da) ot
I B LEATHKRM W, Clerk,
burl Dade 1 'out '"',iul:
Bj K 11 RICH Hi.
r>eput) Clerk.
CK S BARAD
I
irh. Fl
Jm puintirr.
13
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JlCATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
NAME AND BV THE AU.
OF THE STATE OF
T11 IVH11.M I HESK PRES-
IA1.L 1 "Mi: 1 ,i:i:ktingk:
1RMK.V 1: I'uNRAD.
."KII'A. ALIi'K 1; KINNK-
1)11. rU)RII' \ I EW1S II
IK. MIAMI. 1 ia'RIDA illd
1 "f April. A I'
I led .i,|. r the
"/ the general e. rporatlon
' St.tr ,,( Florid., CARMEN
pMr.wv. i\i corpora-
I lt principal [ilaee of busl-
JIAMI. DADE COUNTY. In
lol Florida, ami whereas the
' I nil eorporatlon did
1 February, A 1>. 1917.
>* filed in the office of the
of Slate of ,|. siiklt of
_'duly aiiihenti. .ited resolu-
|-ll> lh stockholder* under
" hapter 08.
' ihowlng Ihe dissolu-
P" 'i rporatlon
the Sei retarv of
1 Jtrebj rertlfy :., the for*-
"1*1 |>< d that the
of law ba\. l,een c-om-
iTXgsa HIIRREOr, I have
PJ m nu 1, ,| and h.lvp
iw*0reat s, of ih.- Btata
k! ,s i '" l,haM, the
I \ ORAT,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalitned. denlrlnir to enanKe In
1 liiiHliieu* under the fletltious names of
EASTERN VAN LINES, GOLTZMA.V
BROS.. ALI^JTATK VAN LINES,
'AAA MOVl.Vri A STOHAOE, AA
AM.STATES VAN LINES at 911 N.
E. 79th Street. Miami, Hoi Ida Intend!
to renltiter Bald name* with the Clark
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ROBERT c.or.TZMAN
KOVNER A MANNHEIM Kit
Attorney* for Robert Goltaman
i/15-22 J/l-8
-C'RCUT COURT OF THE
K nin,C,AL CIRCUIT IN
PS*,G CUNTV' FLO"-
uT)A r"c"n''":;
lATinv D'ssLUTION OF
|TM9^,^0T F0R PROFIT
C; "I-..RS A.VI' ALL
BMAlVaT LVIMS "l! ",:-
^atKs-"'' n' ,n-1'""-
I "- I......V
] 1 Dlaaolu-
\ ihl. ,..u
1 ",,'....." ny ctalma
Ik "' 1 llh^r of
hi i:r >'.',,', ;''
',' "I KIX1RIDA.
rallon, by
1 lae in the
HI Court.
Florida, on
'h
,'Jaj of lUroh,
- "" I'elltkMI h,
>, M,' "'"l......krant.-d
la. 'hi. (th
W '/ y*"1"**. I'l'e.-tor.
K j *J......,">. I'11., tor.
PWLIXGr'""' "'"'.....
" M 111.!..
n",,'l M '.....! 32. Kta.
IURMOND
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is rlEREBT GIVEN that
tho underala-ned. delrlnit to engage In
biiHlnena under the fletitloim name of
Tarry'B" at 142 Glralda Avenue, Coral
Gablea, Florida, Intend to register anld
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I>ade County, Florida.
ROBERT FLEMING
M. PATRICIA FLEMING
FALK AMES
By MERVYN L. AMES
Attorney* for ROBERT FLEMING and
M. PATRICIA FLEMLNU, hi* wlfa
2/S-15-12 /l __^______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th,. unrlei'Hlgned. desiring to engage In
biiKine** under th,- f 1, tit|,,iim name of
sil'KHIoll VENDINU at 7"l Con-
grexa Building Intanda to register ald
name with the Clark of the I
Court of I'li.l,- County. Florida
SUPERIOR SALES CORP.
A Ha. Corp.
BALLOT, SILVER MIl.l.nY
Attorney* for Applicant
T'M < *onar tn Bidg.
I/I-J ___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnesa umler the fictitious name of
SUPERIOR VENDING SALES at 701
Congress Building Intend.-, to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I>ade County, hlorida.
SUPERIOR SALES CORP.
A Fla. Corp
BALLOT. SILVER A MULLOY
Attorney* for Applicant
Ti'l 1 "ongres* Bldf.
2/U-22 / ______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
busineaa under the fictitious name of
CUTS SI NimiES at 220 N. W. 27th
Avenue, Miami, Fla.. intend to reg-
Ister aald name with Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade c.unu. Florida.
DANIEL GOLDBERG
ETHEL GOLDBERG
UNGERLEIDER WIN TON
Attorney* for Daniel and
Ethel Goldberg
311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
I/ll-M 3/1-8__________________ ___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-M'l Ice IS HEREBY GIVKN that
mMil r"lK!" "' $*!** "' ''"--air- In
i-vM'v.'l'i',1',;-""' fl"l"u name "<
Tt --N,.,n',N'! U8T,' (not Inc.)
f.i! ai Suo"'r">' Avenue. Traaaura
laland- lnt>n.la to regWter an id natae
with the Cferf of the Circuit Oourl f
Dade County, Florida.
*/-g-15-22 J**KA1EU So'e-Wn!r
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOFL
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39624
In Re: ESTATE OF
MARTIN L. NEWMAIUC
I 'e, easel
n. .,NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* And All Persona Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Againat Said
Estate:
Y1<2?'_,and.'Rrh of you r hereby
notified and required to present any
claim* and demand* which you or
either of you. may have against the
e.Ute of MARTIN L. NEWMAKK
deceased late of L>ade County. Florida
to the Honorable County Judgea of
Dade County, and file the name In their
1?;"!'** ~" lhe t',,l|n'y Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
I calendar month* from the date of the
I first publication hereof. Said claim*
or demand* to contain tha legal ad-
dre** of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or aame
will be barred. See Section 73346 of tha
194f> Probate Act.
Date January 23. A.D. 1*57.
PEOOY PFAFF NEWMARK
Aa Administratrix of the Eatate of
MARTIN L. NEWMARK
BERNARD B. WEKSLER D"Ca"ed-
421 I'lasa Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Administratrix
1/1-8-1S-22
TO:
Ton
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.
SAM (FITTBNBSRa
1 i,-f.- n.lii n 1.
6UIT FOR DIVORCE
SAM WITTENBERG
MO South m..mi.man place,
Ixm Angelaa, California:
SAM WITTENBERG are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complain! for
Divorce In- bean filed aganat you. and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor-
ney. Seymour l. Llebman. KIT. Lincoln
IN.nl Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the oriKlnal Answer or Pleading in the
i.ffi.s. ,,f the Clerk,of the 1 "n .lit Court
on or before the 22nd day of February,
IH7. If you fall to do so. judgment
by default will he taken against yon
for the relief demanded in the BUI
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FU>RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tha 21st day of January, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By JOAN SNEEDEN
. ___ Deputy Clerk.
SEYMOUR B LIEBMAN
0.1 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the UBderaigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious n:i
CLARAS FINE FOODS nt 1S90 S W.
Mh street, M11,ml Intend to register
said name with the Clerk Of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad,, Count). I- 1
MRS. CLARA SILVER, 'i Partner
MRS. MVKI1 MHIILIN Va Partner
BARNETT PELTZ
Attorney for Applicant*
171* s. w. MM sti.et, Miami
Telephone FR 1-6696
2/1-8-1
NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business un.l.r the fictitious name of
AIM.1 .8 ill th,. City of Mlam.....a- h,
rio1 i.ia intend t,, register the
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida
Dated t Miami, Florida, thte 11th
daj of February l!
ARM il.li WALKER
LOUISE WALKER
WEPMAN \ UEI'MAN
1 ne Bidg.
2/1S-22 3/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring th engage In
business under the fictitious name .of
TROTTER PLYWOOD Co. c .1 Genet
St Genet. Attorneys. CO Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with tha Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I Ml. County. Florida.
ARTHUR TROTTER
GENET A- GENET
Attorneys tor Applicant
IM Lincoln Road
l- l ^^______
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 31949-B
In RE: Fstate of
ARTHUR HlltSCIIMAN
NOTICE OF INTENT'ON TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution an.) Final Discharge as
An. Illar) Administrator c.t,n. of the
estate ,.r ARTHUR HIRBCHMAN, de-
1 .ml thai on the 15th dav of
March. IN?, I will appti i" ihe Hon-
orable County Judges of Dad. County,
Florida, for approval "f said Final Re-
port ami for dlstt ibiilion a nil final dla-
charge as Amlllary Admhllatrator
C.T.A. of the estate of the abort ikiim-
e.l decedent.
This IIth day of February. lCi7.
I.-) IRWIN K KOTT
As Ancillary Admlnisti
of the Estate of ARTHUR IIIRSi'll-
MAN. I>eceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for An.ill
Admlnistiatoi c T v
Address 160 S.vh.,1.1 Building
Miami, Fl..11,1.1
2/1,1-22. 3'1-g____________________________
MONUMENT CO.
Irving Jewish families Since 1925
MARKfK (40.00 a4( Ctaaelery Choree.
ifcaaV "' ~ Tw* *** **** iMt- OpfwSlfa Weedlown Cewelerf
Phane Mi 4-1*14
V'>V*'W,V*IV,*'VIV*V*V*V>'*V^'*V^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslnesa under the fictitious ,,..
JANITORIAL SERVICES COMPANY
at 1626", N.E. >th Court, North Miami
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I i.ide Countv I', i
MARTIN R. DEE-
STANLEY M PPn
Attorney for Applicant
814 Beybold Bidg.
2/22. 3/1-8-K.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
M CORRINE INTERIOR DESIGNS
at 814 Seybold Building. Miami in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WALTER SMITH
STANLEY PRED
Attorney for Applicant
814 Seybold Bidg.
I I .-22 3/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
I business under the rictltinus names of
CONVENTION* EXHIBITION mim-
eographing SERVICE: CONVEN-
TION \ EXHIBITION LETTER SER-
VICE; CONVENTION ^- EXHIBI- '
TION DUPLICATING SERVICE. THE
MAIL BOX: MIMI "GRAPH; THE
SOUTHWEST EK at Miami. Florida.'
Intend to register said names with
the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CHARLES A- MARIAN
FREEFIELD, owners
2/22. 3/1-8-161___ ____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DIVE INN nt 1772 N.W. T* Street, Mi-
ami. FloTida. Intend to register -aid
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
ANNIE S TAYLOR.
KENNETH DOWNE8,
Side < 'wners.
KESSI.EP. & GARS
Attoinev* for Aonllcanta
199S B.W. 1st Street
2/22, 3/ D 8 LI________________________'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOPE school at CM South West
4th Street, Miami. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BKJ E1SENBERG. President,
Hope School.
EMANUEL LEVENSON
Attorney for Hope School,
809 Blscayne Bidg., Miami 32, Fla.
2/15-22 3/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
fhe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUPERIOR BOX VENDING CO. at
"ill Congress Building Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
SUPERIOR SALES CORP.
A I'l.i Corp.
BALLOT. SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
701 Congress Bidg.
2/11-22 3/1-8
NOTICB BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 197931
ELIZABETH LI8A,
Plaintiff
va
MICHAEL LIRA,
Iwfendant
UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MICHAEL LISA
824 Garden Street,
Hoboken, New Jersey
You MICHAEL LISA are hereby noti-
fied that a Bill of Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed againat you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attor-
ney SEYMOUR H. LIEBMAN, 806
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt on or before the 4th
day of March. 19.17. If you fall to do
so, judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Pill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLoRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2Hth day of January, A.D.
INT.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida.
.it Court Seal)
By JOAN BNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN,
Attorney for I'laintnf
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 39867-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
ROSE WEXI.ER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Chum, or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of ROSE WEXI.ER de-
ceased l.te of Dade County.- Florida,
to the Honorable County .ludi
Dade Ciintv, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
in demands to contain the legal ad-
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.16 of
th.- iMf, Probate Al '
Date February 7. A.D. Itll
HARRY WEXI.ER
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Rose WeXler
ELRY STUNT.
At toi ney at law
1010 Congress Bidg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Executor
2/11-22 3/1-8
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NOTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
(business under the fictitious name of
ALCO BUILDING ASSOCIATES (not
Inc.) at 7401 N. E. 3rd Court intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
. LEONARD KAPLAN
HY POMERANCE
BAM POMERANCE
MANNY POMERANCal
KESSLER ft OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1998 8. W. lat St.
2/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 198225
TERESE MILLER SILVER
Plaintiff,
vs. I
CHARLES L. SILVER
Defendant.
TO: CHARLES L. SILVER
194 Clinton Ave.
Newark. N, J.
You are required to serve a copy of ,
your answer to tbe Bill of Complaint t
for Divorce n the plaintiff* attorney,
and to file the original answer in the ;
lofflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court !
on or before the 11th d*y of March,
IA P.. 19.17: otherwise, the Bill of Cosa-
E limit for Divorce, heretofore filed
ereln, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
th day of Fcbruui i
B. B LEATHERMAN.
- Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
4Circuit Court Seal)
lv WM. W. STOCKING
i'eputy Clerk
lame and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
Milton A. Friedman
1023 Seybold Bidg.
Miami, Florida.
2/8-13-22 J/l
^i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 397M-A
In Re: ESTATE i >F
MICHAEL FEINSIEIN
1 lece.i-e,l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you ar hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of MICHAEL I EINSTEIN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to H>.- Honorable Countv Judgea of
Dad* County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In I>ade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant ami to be aworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred See Section 732.11 of
the 194.1 Probate Act
Date Februar\ 7. A IV 1957.
.'EI.ia FEIN8TEIN
As Executrix of the Ijist Will and
Testament of Michael Pvinateln,
deceased.
ELRY st.'NE
101* Coitareas Bidg.,
Miami. Florida.
Attorney for Celia Felnsteln
I 1,1-22 8/1-8
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