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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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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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, 31. Number 10
Combining THE if WISH UNITY and THE ifWKH WfEUr
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 8, 1957
Pricp 20*
--------------------------------------------r-
krael Vows Return if Egypt Renews Raids;
g Readies for Flight to See Gaza Pull Out
f|ES SEE LINK TO KASPER
me Mail Hits Miami
\h Bigots Ride High
hiding on the crest of the r-
il bere of John Kasper, notor-
rjrtejrauon foe, who is sched-
speak in Miami Friday
writers of vicious hate
ginda this week flooded the
anti-Semitic postal cards
i two-page letters in sealed en-
|bprodueed via ;i cheap multi-
process, which makes the
barely legible, both the
and letters are watered-
imitations of the Jew-bait-
I literature connected with Kas-
jr, who achieved notoriety dur-
I the Clinton, Tenn., race riots
I November and who is a dis-
! of Fascist poet Ezra Pound.
(postal Card i. entitled: "In
yog With Jew Brotherhood
" Principle question raised
(card i>: "Do Jews join toj
Cod fur our courageous
Gen. A. Van Fleet?"
Fleet two weekj ago was
a calling Col. Nasser a
who protected the- inter-
of th" Egyptian people
[foreign ton
ctrd continues: "Jaws
Eisenhower is th* Prosi-
I this United Stat*s? .
* Ourion? Jews almost
**d in killing their own
Atch who dared to hope
k for true brotherly love
ln!. Jew brotherly love
Shol.m Asch out from th*
States,"
Wag tli.it Americans "are
I molded in the pattern of fools
Continued on Pag* 2A
FOR INSIDE
STORIES SEE:
ffasper's Slory ........ Pf. J-A
'Deirtof the Week' fg. 4-4
Students Riot in
Against Gurion's
Protest
Decision;
Further Guarantees Eyed
JERUSALEM (JTA) Agr*mnt on th* withdrawal of Israel
troops from th* Gaza and Aqaba areas was reached this week be-
tween Maj. Gen. Moshe Dayan, Israel's military chief, and maj. Gen.
E. L. M. Burn*, commander of th* United Nations Emergency Forces,
which are to enter into th* territory to be evacuated by th* Israeli
armed forces. i
An announcement to this effect* ----------------------------i
was made by Gen. Burns following
GN. MOSHE DAYAN
. e*f orders
Ike's Nth-Hour
With Bringing
Letter
Israel's
the meeting with Gen. Dayan at the
Lydda airport. The chief of the
United Nations forces, however, re-
is Credited
Withdrawal
UNITED NATIONSPresident Eisenhowers nth
hour letter to Prim* Minister David Ben Gurion
Sunday was credited this week by Israeli officials htr* as being a principle reason for Israel's ultimate
iecision to withdraw from the controversial Aqaba ind Gaxa areas.
^ _, | "I am happy to state that they
(Israel Chief of Staff Gen. Moshe
Dayan and UNEF Maj. E. L. M.
Burns) came to full agreement on
the arrangements for the with-
drawal and the take-over," Foreign
Minister Golda Meir announced to
United Nations delegates.
But Mrs. Meir Tuesday told a
luncheon session of the UN Cor-
respondents Assn. that "there are
big nations who have much and
who can make compromises. There
are smaller nations who can not
make such compromise. All we
want to have is a little security.
With the security of our people
"there can not be compromise."
The Foreign Minister said she
was returning to Israel Wednes-
day with the hope that responsi-
bility for the security of her na-
tion "is now resting not only with
Israel,"
Text of President's Letter
"My dear Prime "Minister: I was indeed deeply gratified at the de-
cision of your government to withdraw promptly and fully behind the
armistice lines as set out by your Foreign Minister in her address of
yesterday (Mar. 2) to the General Assembly. I venture to express the
hope that the carrying-out of these withdrawals will go forward with the
utmost speed.
"I know that this decision was not an easy one. I believe, however,
that Israel will have no cause to regret having thus conformed to the
strong sentiment of the world community as expressed in the various
United Nations resolutions relating to withdrawal.
"It has always been the view of this government that after the
withdrawal there should be a united effort by all of the nations to bring
Continued on Pag* 6 A
fused to answer questions by cor-
respondents about when the with-
drawal of the Israeli troops would
begin. He said he would report
the details of the agreement to
United Nations Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold in New York.
Instructions to meet with Gen.
Burns and reach an agreement on
details of the withdrawal were is-
sued to Gen. Dayan by Israel Pre-
mier David Ben Gurion following
separate conferences with each of
the parties represented in the
coalition government.
Hammarskjold was meanwhile
scheduled to fly to Cairo and the
Gaza strip early next week in prep-
aration for the UN's taking over of
the controversial areas.
Withdrawal by Israeli forces was
held imminent Wednesday as Pre-
mier Ben Gurion staved off a vote
Continued on Pag* 2 A
$35,100,000
ma Mayor Suggests
rab State With Link
a new
state which
economic union
\v,v "TAl-The Arab
* f the town of Gaza.
W awa, called Wednes-
m the creation of
* Arab
form an
yy Israel.
LaV,a,ement ,0 newsmen in
E'.h,iy0el Shawa s88ested
Re"ree p"'-tine Arab areas
K, lrsirip' ,he cent"i
wrltory should
l*s of
co-existence
find a
I "rwowtiai with Is-
Ktitml ,, (on,ined. would
rWGa,! J.ng ,erm solution
**m hinterland is Israel.
-"*''. th. m|||.
iu cTT;of ,h* **
. M.t,T,vihu p#l#d mW
L ,ht P'>j*ct*d with-
' '"!! troop, .*d ad-
ministration were carried out
hurriedly th* operation could be
computed within two to three
weeks. However, h* asserted
that a full brigade of United Na-
tion* troops would bo needed to
guard th* border with Israel and
maintain internal security in th*
Strip.
Col. Peled reported some ex-
citement among the residents of
the Strip because of the con-
flicting reports about withdraw-
al. In response to some worried
queries, he reported, he assured
the inhabitants that Israel would
not leave the territory in chaos
but would hand over the admin-
istration carefully.
Reporting on the security situ-
ation in the Strip, he said fe-
dayeen activities had virtually
been elimininated and some
Palestine
to Israel
300 suspected fedayeen had
been rounded up on the basis of
a list of 640 captured at feday-
headquarters during the
ecn
Continued on Pag* 2A
UJA Raises
Top Figure
More than 900 American Jewish
leaders at the national inaugural
conference of the United Jewish
Appeal here gave a demonstration
of their concern for the thousands
Her announcement was r*c*iv*d 0f Jewish refugees now fleeing op-
with a feeling of gr*at r*li*f among | pression in Egypt and other coun-
most of th* delegates. It was Im-, tries by contributing a record start
of $35,100,000 in gifts to launch
the 1957 nationwide campaign of
mediately followed by a statement
to th* Assembly by Commander
Alan Noble, British Minister of
State for Foreign Affairs, declar-
ing that th* British Government
considers th* Aqaba waterway "an
international waterway" and that
Continued on Pag* A A
the UJA.
Th* amount represents th*
largest starting sum ever ac-
chieved by th* UJA, and probab-
ly th* largest ever secured by
Continued on Pag* 6 A
Alleged Collaborator Shot
TEL AVIV (JTA)Dr. Israel
Kastner, controversial figure in
recent libel actions and charged
with having collaborated with
the Nazis while he was a leader
of the Jewish community in oc-
cupied Hungary, was shot three
times Monday night. He is in
serious condition in a hospital
here.
Th* unknown assailant wait-
ad for Dr. Kaitner near his horn*
and when he intercepted th*
victim asked that h* identify
himself. Dr. Kastner, who was
returning from work at th*
Hungarian-languag* daily U|
Kelet, admitted his identity and
was promptly shot. Th* incident
has had wide repercussions in
this country.
Dr. Kastner had been accus-
ed, in a pamphlet, of having col-
laborated with the Nazis. At the
time of the charges by pamph-
leteer Malkiel Gruenwald. Dr.
Kastner was an employe of the
Israel Government and the At-
torney General prosecuted Mr.
Gruenwald for libel of a gov-
ernment official. The magistrate
held for Mr. Gruenwald on all
accounts except one.
I


Page 2-A
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^t
Hate Mail Hits Miami as Bigots Ride High
Continued from Page 1A
and or slaves," the card deduces
that "to connive to bite the hand
that feeds! is defined by Jew.- as
brotherly love? yes, true, Gurion
lives by this creed."
. The two-page letter, using the
same style of illiterate prose, de-
clares that "of course there are
good Jews, but, they have not
been heard from, and not about to
speak, they like to live, can't
every Jew pick up and beat it to
England, as Sholem Asch was
tored to do____"
la a blazing attack against the
biennial convention of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions, the letter scores president
Moses I. Feuerstein's Injunction
against "mixed pews, forbidden
by traditional Jewish law." and
quotes Rabbi Fcuerstein. who
called such pews "the direct in-
fluence of the (Christian) church
on the synagogue."
"Well now, what's so bad here,
humm?" the letter continues.
"Christian influence is bad,
brotherly love huh? talk it
up, yes, smile and sneer; but,dike
Asch, anyone showing Men% '
falling for this brotherly love .
call the law sometimes, beat the
life oufof him also, poor old man
Asch. ."
References to Yiddish novelist
Sholem Asch relata t<> Aacta'a rel
dence hciv (W HVand JTMB1 on
Hibiscus Island and his migra-
tion t'> England back in 1954.
Prior t In. departure) Asch said
Miami Jewry had ignored him
during hii stay
The letter, lengthy and con-
fused, lumps "white and Black"
a- oming out from this lether-
gy" to recognize "the ple'quick/ to, connive for that al-
mighty dblfar* Also alluded to
Is ".ill this propaganda against
Arabia If the Arabs are "not a
Israel Vows Return if Egypt Raids
Continued from Page 1 A
of no confidence movement in
Parliament by the opposition Herut
party until his military orders for
withdrawal would be completely
executed.
Official circles explained that
in view of the latest clarifications
from Washington, Premier Ben
Gurion felt that he could issue in-
structions to Gen. Dayan even be-
fore Parliament met. Unconfirm-
ed reports indicated that after
Israel starts withdrawal of its
troops, it may get additional as-
surances outside the United Na-
tions, possibly in the form of a
declaration by the French Gov-
ernment for which support is ex-
pected from Washington and
London.
An official spokesman said that
the Israel Premier had instructed
Gen. Dayan to arrange for a prompt
and full withdrawal from the Gaza
and Aqaba areas, including mili-
tary police and the civilian admin-
Suggest New Arab State
Continued from Page 1-A
Sinai operation of last Novem-
ber.
The news of Israel's nearing
withdrawal from the Gaza Strip
has brought a sudden upsurge
in cross-Israel traffic of feday-
een who had sought refuge in
Jordan territory and now are
attempting to return t their
former bases in the Gaza art:
Two such groups were inter-
cepted within the past 24 hours
by Israel police units. In clashes
between the police and the
gangs, six Arabs were killed.
One of the parties which was in-
tercepted and wiped out when the
Arabs fired on the police had a
donkey loaded down with Czech
and Swedish machine guns and
nine millimetre ammunition.
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istration. The spokesman stated
that Premier Ben Gurions decision
was based on President Eisenhow-
er's letter and constituted "an act
of faith in the international com-
munity.''
The official added that the talks
ia-t weekend between Israel Am-
bassador Abba Kban and Secretary
of State John Foster DulIeTs in
Washington yielded nothing sub-
stantial in the form of the clarifica-
tions Israel sought, but contacts
with several governments during
the past few days convinced Israel
that they would not permit the
:rn to the pre-Sinai situation
with Ga/a a- .. base for l'edayecn |
- infiltrating l>rael and sprcad-
j ing terror.
If Egypt attempts to reenter
the Gaza Strip after Israel with-
draws, the Jewish troops will
send its troops back into the ter-
ritory to prevent the Arabs' en-
trance, official sources indicated.
These same sources said that the
Burns-Dayan negotiations would
consider means of keeping the
Egyptians from reentering Oaza.
It was further indicated that Is-
raeli civil servants may remain
at their posts after the Israeli
troops march out in order to turn
over the reins of government to
the UN in an orderly fashion.
Several hundred Israeli students,
in an unprecedented political dem-
onstration, attempted meanwhile
to force their way ito the Knesset
building to voice protests against
the withdrawal of Israeli troops
from the Aqaba and Gaza areas.
Police battled the students, arrest-
ing 12 of them. Several were in-
jured in the melee.
Some Herut leaders predicted that
demonstration was only a foretaste
,of what would happen when the j
I party called a mass demonstration I
to coincide with Premier David,
Ben Gurion's announcement to
Parliament of the withdrawal'
action.
Christian people." the letter won-
der-, "are the Jews not heath-
ens?"
Federal authorities in Miami
Wednesday told The Jewish Flor-
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cards arc definitely linked to the
pro-segralion atmosphere here
I by the arrival of Kasper,
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Mockett, Kasper's lieutenant of a
Washington. D. C, branch of the
Seaboard While Citizens Council.
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.March 8^1957
'JmlstifhrkAar
Page) 3-A
Clinton, Tenn., John Kasper's Moment of Supreme Glory
By JAMES RORTY
w ballad was making the
of Clinton. Tenn when the
big. ug'y- Pre-C,vl1 War
IZnile opened on the morning
rth0U e ,L Part of it went:
1
"It.'
|td
Jtef" IMi vn,1BK """'
" X "homfl-nd o/ the free .
LMi* ******
Dilution of the "Clinton Bal-
IJ was one incident in a period
K even for Clinton a town
K^ violence and disorder over
JJue of school desegrega ,on
period was designated "John
KWeek.'distinctive recogni-
E* a iww man not-yet 2
whose active career as an anti-
Ljie and anti-Negro hatemonger
ites than five years old. It was
K week for young Mr. Rasper
Ld a high point in his career to
Idate he was about to go on trial,
Icharged bv the State of Tennessee
lvrth sedition and inciting to not.
How does a man get a week
[wined after him by the White Cit-
iteiis Council of Anderson County.
Tennessee? Particularly a man of
limited experience in the South, a
Lan who was born and raised in
[New Jersey, who studied philos-
ophy at Yankton College in North
IDakota, who earned excellent
laarks at Columbia University's
ISthool of General Studies (where
I many of his friends were Jews) and
then ran a bookshop in New York's
Greenwich Village (where many of
usfnends were Negroes).
Knptr"* speeches and acts r
new part of the public record;
M of them have mad* head-
tien icross tht country. But tho
rnitr workings of his mind arc
still unftthomed. Some cluo is
Hand in thi fact that ha is a
disciple of Eira Pound, American
pert who served as a radio propa-
gandist for Mussolini during
World War II. Pound is now in-
. circtrittd in St. Elizabeth's Hos-
pital in Washington, D.C., whoro
Kasper has ofton visited him.
".Pound's influtnco is most evi-
dent in the strange mixture of
^eantrivtd illiteracy, erudite his-
torical reference, crackpot eco-
] ssmics, and anti-Somilic obses-
' which appear in Kasper's lit-
rature.
I His teachers and fellow-students
Ml Yankton anil Columbia did not
[rasider Kasper extremely strange
latthough at Yankton he had been
Inscribed as "a troublemaker with
LRonounced left-wing sympathies."
r!LColumbia as "an intellectual
[njcitt." After graduation, in 1951,
I* "Peied his "Make-It-New Book-
wp" m Greenwich Village which
ered the works of the more no-
LW Mti-Semites. including
tm ,, y and Eustace Mullins.
wll as 'The Protocols of the
**** Elder, of Zion." His Vil-
| Period lasted until 1955; there
, W .ut0 dls,inu'-*h him from
EJ!,., 0D!* anti-Semitic
EaW T except for Kasper's
S^- the time he was not anti-
;^ma.forawhileaNegro
7 as his associate.
SiUn!,.1w958' hc an"unced for-
J5> of the Seaboard White Cit-
Cp "' chartere j^ Carter. By August he had
^*0 Charlottesvill.. Virginia.
T he was "rested for distrib-
|* embcrship applications for
V*P determined to
In Clinton, which had never
heard of him when he drove into
town three days before high school
desegregation was scheduled to be-
gin, Kasper turned out to be an
efficient organizer and effective
rabble-rouser. Soon Governor Clem-
ent had to call out the National
Guard to stem the riots. Kasper
was arrested and brought before a
Federal judge on a charge of viola-
ting a court order barring inter-
ference with integration. He was
found guilty and sentenced to a
year in jail, then released on bail
pending an appeal.
His trial by the State of Tenne-
sseeits opening coincided with
the beginning of "John Kasper
Week"gives nTore clues to his
personality. He was probably not
sorely beset by the trial; from all
appearances he relished it as a
moment of glory. His acquittal
seemed likely from the start when
Judge D. L. Hutson sustained the
defense attorney's objection to tes-
timony Unking Kasper with th?
more violent disorders. (After all.
he was already in a Clinton jail
when some of it occurred.)
In his defense. Kasper behaved '
with the utmost assurance. He is
a tall, beak-nosed, slightly stoop-
ed young man whose version of
what he did and said in Clinton
during the week of August 30 to
September 6 was flatly contra-
dicted by many who saw and
heard him. He ignored the ad-
monitions of the judge to answer
questions briefly, interrupted his
own attorney, and even advised
the district attorney on how to
prosecute his case. Once Kasper
treated the pecked courtroom to
a half-hour lecture on the Pound-
Ian doctrines of history, race, ee-
onomics and jurisprudence. Very
little of this could have been un-
derstood by Kasper's hill-hilly
followers, but they seemed great-
ly impressed.
Newsmen, sitting at the press
table, had earlier been within a few
feet of Kasper. heard him whip up
the fury of the white picketers in
front of Clinton High School, and
had seen his ill-concealed satisfac-
tion when a Negro student was
chased, cornered, and beaten by the
mob. Clinton's peace officers, who
had seen the same incidents, prov-
ed to be reluctant dragons on the
stand. All of them testified that
they had never seen Kasper him-
self commit acts of violence or in-
cite others.
Witnesses for the prosecution, in-
cluding the school principal and
the mayor, testified that until Kas- j
per arrived on the scene no trouble
had been experienced or was ex-1
pected; that violence subsided
while Kasper was in jail, flared up
white
.*ter hi,
Tennessee.
face from
release
save the
mongrelization."
he appeared in
damn all race-mixers they
stink: Roese, Harry A Ike. God
bless Jeff/Jax ft John Adams,
also Abe. Loath* carpetbag, de-
spise scalawag. Hats mongrelli-
ers. (pink punks, flat-chsstsd
high-brows, homos, perverts,
freaks, golf-players, poodle dogs,
hot-eyed Socialists, Fabians,
scum, mould on top of the ome-
lette, Myeriiation of News, liars
for hire; the press-gang, degen-
erate liberals crying for petre-
faction of putrefaction, complain-
ings used to be blacker and
richer. Social democrats, new
den'ors, Said Bon: Better keep
'em out or yr/grand children
will miss you .
"Death for Usurers, monev mo-
nopolists, obstructors of Distri-
bution (International finance.
World Bank and Bunk, Unesco
currency. Federal Reserve rack-
et, Barney Baruch's check book,
Schiff and Warburg finance Bol-
shevik refolooshun 1917, Lehman
finances Newhouse $$ Birming-
ham News)."
Some portions of this astonishing
opus are directly traceable to Kas-
per's literary mentorEzra Pound.
On the evening of the first day
of "John Kasper Week" over five
hundred people listened to him de-
liver a "temperance lecture" from
the courthouse steps. Kasper used
the occasion to ingratiate himself
with his preponderantly dry,
church-going audience as well as
advance his program of agitation.
He said that Demon Rum, accord-
ing to "The Protocols of the Learn-
ed Elders of Zion," is one of the
I instruments of debauchery used by
international Jewry to subjugate
Gentile peoples and advance "Zion-
ist aims of world domination." He
also turned his fire on the mayor
of Clinton and other local officials
who, since the riots, have suffered
a campaign of boycott and intimi-
dation waged by Kasper's fol-
lowers.
The Clinton story is indeed a
tragic one. On Nov. 20, the trial
ended and the all-male jury of An-
derson County farmers, mechanics,
and tradesmen four of them ad-j
mittedly segregationiststook less
than an hoar and only two ballots
to return a verdict of not guilty on
both counts. An alidience of 250
persons yelled, screamed and
stomped. The noise was almost
loud enough to be heard on Foley
Hill where, during and since the
riots, Clinton's 300 Negroes have
lived in something like a state of
siege.
Kasper grinned, bowed, and
pumped the hands of his follow-
ers. In a prepared statement he
announced that he would soon
set up headquarters for the Ten-
John Kasper was a young man
A young man were he,
When he went to fight the battle
Of Clinton, Tennessee.
He has not yet won the battle;
on Dec. 10, after more community
violence, classes were finally open-
ed at Clinton High Schooldeseg-
regated without trouble. But
trouble is Frederick John Kasper's
business and, as long as he is out
of jail, he can be counted upon
to be working at it.
again as soon as he was released, i nessee White Citizens Councils
Exhibit No. 1 of the prosecution's
case was a one-page flyer with a
photograph of white womep kissing I
Negro G.I.'s probably a product
Of Frank L. Britton's West Coast I
hate mail. The accompanying text, I
over the imprint of Kasper's organ-
and launch an intensive drive to
block all further efforts to im-
plement the Supreme Court's de-
segregation order.
Thus ended the prolonged "John
"o> iwoutijie* a TauTi
ization, declared: "We are an action Kasper Week" in Clinton. As the
program. We proclaim action as Clinton Ballad sings it:
our creed. We are fighting. You
must fight with us."
But, under rulings of the court,
the prosecution failed to fix per-
sonal responsibility for this inflam-
matory document on Kasper. And
no attempt at all was made to in-
troduce the pamphlet. "Virginians
Awake!" also distributed over
the imprint of the Seaboard Coun-
cil although copies were in cir-
culation in the Knoxville-Clinton
area during the riots. The pamph-
let's hand-drawn cover declaims:
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Friday. March 8. 1957
2 Adar 5. 5717
during the wceeh
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by LEO MINDLIN
Oildom's Foreign Policy: Decent
Respect for Opinion of Mankind

"A decent respect for the opinions of man-
kind." This has become President Eisenhower's
favorite phrase during the past few weeks. He
has used it as a challenge to Israel's con-
science, in effect brandishing it as a kind of
blackmail.
Were Israel not to succumb and to with-
draw from Gaza and the Gulf of Agaba. the
President as good as told the American people,
there would then be no reason to regard the
Jewish State in a light different from the one in
which we look upon the irresponsible actions
of the Soviet Union.
Well, Israel has apparently succumbed.
She has withdrawn from the disputed areas in
accordance with her "decent respect for the
opinions of mankind." The tragedy here lies
in the fact that mankind does not, in turn, en-
tertain a decent respect for Israel. Nor is the
President, or for that matter any member of
his Administration, apparently concerned about
this contrast in realities.

'One-Way Street' Justice
Mankind's disrespect for Israel needs qual-
ification. World conscience so far as Israel is
concerned continues to be molded by Amer-
ican leadership. The series of events unfolding
out of the Oct. 29 Sinai-Suez campaign found
the President tossing this leadership into the
hands of the United Nations. Presumably, at
least, such was U.S. predisposition to follow
the wishes of the UN in the matter of handling
British-French-Israeli injury to a "peaceful"
Middle East.
That this in actuality is not the case has
been home out by recent events. President
Eisenhower, cautioning all sides he would work
within the framework of the UN. immediately
proceeded to exercise his prestige in behalf of
what he felt to be this nation's best interests.
Thus, America unceremoniously if piously took
the lead in applying pressure on Israel to with-
draw from Aqaba and Gaza; and America
also took the lead in threatening Israel with
economic sanctions in the event she failed to
bend before the pressure.
This kind of "neutrality" has contributed
to varying definitions of justice in the interna-
tional dictionary. Israel's act of self-defense
Oct. 29 last has been irresponsibly called
"aggression" by the President and Arab offi-
cials, when aggression means, above all things,
unprovoked attack. Israel's refusal to comply
with across-the-board decisions reached by
Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold has
been declared, as previously noted, possible
failure to entertain "a decent respect for the
opinions of mankind."
But in this "one-way street" of justice, no-
where has there been even a miniscule effort
Beth Jacob Anniversary
Beth Jacob Congregation Sunday marks its
30th anniversary. This has been one of the
stalwart congregations of the Greater Miami
area throughout its existence.
South Beach, heavily populated by an
Orthodox-inclined Jewry, has found in Beth
Jacob, among others, the kind of religious
atmosphere most conducive to its spiritual
needs.
Throughout the years, Beth Jacob has also
continued to offer all age groups educational
and cultural programs commensurate with
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The congregation looks forward to many
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along with its fellow synagogues in the area.
to examine Israel's provocation let alone
to rectify it.
While many nations sympathize with Is-
rael's plight, they aie in no position to do any-
thing about it. Theirs, according to Mr. Eisen-
hower, has been the power through United
Nations action to call the shots as they see
them. For America, Mr. Eisenhower has vow-
ed, surrendered its unilateral leadership on the
Near East frpnt to the multi-lateral leadership of
world opinion. The President thus has it both
ways. Absolving himself of future responsibil-
ity for action he has exacted in the name of
the American people. Mr. Eisenhower has de-
clared Israeli withdrawal from Gaza and
Agaba to be the result of joint United Nations
action.
Well, the President can not have it both
ways. If Israel is out of Gaza and Aqaba, it
is his doing. So will the consequences of this
withdrawal be his doing. For even his most
ardent supporters conservative publishers of
chain newspapers includedas late as last
week concluded that Israeli withdrawal will
in future lead only to continued aggravation
of the heretofore unsolved Israel-Arab dilemma.
The decent respect Israel shows today is
in reality not a respect for mankind's opinion
but for the opinion of the financiers and oil
magnates President Eisenhower entertained at
a White House dinner honoring Saudi Arabia's
Saud several weeks ago. It is they who have
engineered the tenuously conditional with-
drawalwhich the Arab nations would never
accept did they not feel it can be twisted to
their advantage within a reasonably short
period of time.
e e
Facts Speak Out Clearly
It is they who have been governing State
Department policy in the Near East all alonq.
The threatening, if pious-toned demands voiced
by the President for Israel's withdrawal, are
ho^dea? f the P"nciples he P'esmnably
in iw Secr!,?y General Dag Hammarskjold.
n the face of American "peace" diplomacy in
the Near East, insists that United Nations Emer-
gency Forces are in the disputed areas at the
invitation of Egypt.
mantNK matter W,hal pled9e ,he US- govern-
ment has given Israel on Gaza and Aqaba
FnltTT ,ha' UNEF WiU ** out of middle
East before we are willing to say or do any-
thing annul it. This means that Arab comman-
ZE&T* !resumed- While SKT5
shortsighted and embarrassing to question S.
mmistrahon guarantees simply bK?.J
are oildrenched. the real.ties of experience
S'eLLwf ,aC' ,hat antil8rael -ntimeThere
Profiaef'6' "" *** """* *
ni"!L,acta, 8peak ,or toemselves: The State
confessed it is powerless" ,o do anything
We have never yet seen the State Denarl
men power ess in the matter of soothing A^-
WhenceTJ,able i^"6 for ^l'. thi.
Whence the powerlessness to r*rmii A.,
r;^adrs'doio',hryou,hh" d*
Were the President to bring even a fractinn
of his resentment against Israeli "recalcirrance"
to Arab provocation, things would no. be half
as bad as they are in the Near East today
We re still on that "one-way street." Y'
" T and" ;!^3
r-bl?s.aPurK'Sht^
Imum of docility" S,**"
nonsense rhyme." ft L,* >
from canto LXXIV of -*>
Cantos," by Ezra Pound orS
tiles are like cattle. They permit "thrives 'to'? lhat
without objection. The Jew is the instrument of (hi. k expl<*
tion. Then he adds: .. but if a place be vcrsalzen" w,T *
by the law. from the law or it is not in the contract Yu h JUStie
pinned on Jehovah sent and named Shun inri t, ""^
XlXth Leviticus ..." a ,nere iho
Like a refrain, he repeats: ". and the goyim are 1InH L
in groat numbers cattle whereas a jew will receive nformT
will .gather up information ." ""onnatio
In canto LXXVI, Pound intones: "So that in the svnao
GibraTtcr the sense of humor seemed to prevail during the'nJw
parts of the whatever but they respected at least the stroll ,.
law from it, by it. redemption (< $8.50. < $8.67 buy the Su
good money no unrighteousness in meteyard or in measure inf
and there is no need for the Xtns to pretend that thev wrote laSS
chapter XIX in particular with justice Zion not by cheat in* ii.
teeth out of Don Fulano ..." y a"n= ,he'
Many seemingly-sensible people will wave these quotation.
as an example of his illness that now keeps poet Pound a "nat.or
a mental hospital in Washington. D.C. The facts are otherwke p
was a traitor, who worked with the Fascists during World War
Incarcerated in a prison camp near Pisa, following the collanse of i'
Axis powers, he added "The Pisan Cantos" to a collecuood It)
upon which he had been working for twenty years before
.
THE JEW GETS IT BOTH WAYS
JAMES LAUGHLIN'S publishing house. New Directions writes
Pound and "The Pisan Cantos": ". .. they are more autohiomo
ical than many of the earlier sections, and their revelation of the poetl
personal tragedy is profoundly moving." Even the must superfS
examination of Ezra Pound's position in English literature, hi. aestl
tic principles and creative contribution can not be attempted here
Sound scholarship is required to fathom his essential intellectual ii
tent; a fair knowledge of Latin. Greek. French. German, Italian
Chinese is mandatory for anything more than a perfunctorv reai
of his poetry.
But one thing is clear, even for those of us lacking in some i
these manifold talents: that the "personal tragedy" to which Na
Directions refers lies in the failure of the Nazis and Fascists to l
brought off the rape of humankind Ezra Pound envisioned as it]
salvation. The jabberwocky quotations here, as well as the main b
of his work, are devoted principally to his attack against the inequitia
of society, the disproportionate allocation of economic benefit,
his Derating of the Jews for their hand in these evil
Jews are not. however, blamed in the same naive way that illiterate
anti-Semitic utterances blame them. In Ezra Pounds eye, if the Jf
is a major villain feeding on decadent democratic capitalism, he:
also the fountainhead of the Judeo-Christian morality that nurtures i
Thus, the Jew is condemned for his identification with the Wests
society in which he seems to be surviving bestdespite Hitler's fine
efforts to the contrary; and he is condemned for his inbred
ethics, which others have adopted, with modification, as their own.
ft
THE PRESERVATIVE AGENT CONDEMNED
J^ITTLE is needed to take the final stepan equation of dcmocraU
capitalism with Judaism. Destroy the Jew, and down will tumble,
the world in which we livethe world of economic inequity bought!
in the name of illusory ideals about personal freedom and huraanl
dignity. f
''. but if a place be verzalzen? ." If the world i< salted1
artificially preserved against contamination "With justice, by the law J
from the law?" Here the rhythm of Abraham Lincoln's "governmentl
of the people, by the people." is emphasized in a negative sense wl
show the poet's contempt for such a naive conceptnaive because ofj
democracy's penchant for the Judeo-Christian morality that serve* asl
its preservation agent. An example of this morality is Leviticus XLT,|
to which Pound frequently refers. This passage begins with: "Thel
Lord said to Moses. Speak to the whole Israelite community, and sayl
to them, You must each be holy You must each revere his father
and mother ... Do not turn to unreal gods, nor make yourselves moltenj
gods, since I, the Lord, am your God.'"
The passage sets forth restrictions and methods of practice re-l
lating to sacrifice, the reaping of harvest, animal and human breei-l
jng. and simple elements of justice, among others. Pound, in cantol
LXXVI, finding himself in a Gibralter synagogue, remarks on the!
;'sense-of humor (that) seemed to prevail during the prelim-1
jnary parts of the whatever ." While a kind of ease frequently!
brought to the borderline of improper religious etiquette is the JeJ|
custom at certain points during his prayer service, ". they respected
at least the scrolls of the law from it, by it ."they showed rever-
ence before their system of morality. The "from it, by it" is Pound'
repetition of the Lincolnesque refrain with the negative implicate
ne brings to it in his personal context
If this were not sufficient anti-Semitism, Pound assures us that!
redemption (a jo, u, $8.67" is Jewish salvation bought and sold
a traders marketand cheaply, at that. ". buy the field with good
money no unrighteousness," he cautions. Leviticus XIX and tbe im-
plications of Judaism, again disturb him.
- w w w
POUND WOULD BE TRIED FOR TREASON
LEVITICUS says: '"When you reap the harvest of your land. you
must not reap your field to the very corners'.. ." Inverted in t
Poet's mind, the Bible is shown lashing out against the Jews for n*
miserliness, m this regard, he sends an epistle to the "Xtns-
Christians-urging them to give up the notion (bat they must feel
guilty over being second bests in the business of ethics. There h no
need. Pound declares, "to pretend that they wrote Leviticus chapter
XIX." For Judaism has tainted the world in which we live by jus""
i>mg the economic inequities that are its major disease. I
Furthermore. Judaism is no respectable system in any case. "* j
justice Zion not by cheating the eye-teeth out of Don Fulano -
Judaism is the primitive morality of an eye-for-an-eye to be employ
Continued on Pae fA


March8j957_
'JeWlttf^lrfftr
Letters to the Editor
,_...;,, Pinridian: Mrs. Mindlin's is the fir:
L r The Jewish Floridian:
I, came tcross Hilary Mind-
*JJw of my book of poems,
*" of Garments.- in The
jf Floridian and am writing
IL my Pl^surc and grati-
,t her perceptive remarks
^rning m>' |tttt_______________
Mrs. Mindlin's is the first re-
view of my book I have seen. It
came across my desk quite by
accident in a bunch of other clips.
Mrs. Mindlin's grasp of my stuff
pleases me enormously, particular-
ly what she says about its "clar-
ity." I deliberately strive for Years'
goal of "public speech" and high
lucidity, after many years of slug-
ging it out in a sort of Hopkins-
Thomas-studded fog. And when
friends say that my work is ob-
scure, and they will have to study
it carefully ... I am perplexed.
What Mrs. Mindlin says about
their being "perfect decisions"
(some of them) is, well, an inven-
Pagc 5-A
tion, a perfect phrase of her own
which fits some of the poems per-
fectly. Many thanks for that inven-
tion. ? .
I don't think any of the quality
literary quarterlies will do better
with the book than Mrs. Mindlin
has. It is very good to have her
review.
NEIL WEISS
New York City
JNF Council to Meet
Wednesday, Mar. 13, Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of Greater Mi-
ami will hold a general meeting
at the Seville hotel, according to
an announcement by Daniel M.
Broad, president. A program of
entertainment has been arranged
by newly appointed program chair-
man Al Sherman.
this time
they don'/ have
to die
You*re hearing it the word you hoped you wouldn't
hear again "Refugees!" .
The news headfines are back tootelling again how
people must run for their livesbecause they're Jews.
The Hitler day6 are supposed to be gone. But
are they?
In Egypt, 50,000 people are being driven out
because they are Jews.
Egypt's new nationality law prohibits citizenship
to almost all Jewish men and women. Remember the
Nuremberg Laws?
Most Jewish-owned firms of importance have been
confiscated. Remember Naxi Germany?
Police visit homes at midnight to make arrests
or order expulsions. Remember Hitler's Gestapo?
More than 11,000 Jewish refugees, terrorized and
stripped penniless, have been forced from Egypt in
a few short month..
But Egypt isn't all. There are 17,000 new Jewish
refugees who recently fled Hungary and Communist
terror. Thousands are in Austria still, sitting on their
suitcases, waiting for the chance to begin life again.
Have you been reading about still other refugees
running from countries where anti-semitism has
flared up anew? Well, those reports are true, too.
Yes, 1957 will be a refugee yearwith more than
100,000 Jewish men, women and children facing dis-
aster and death, taking to the roads, crowding into
camps, searching for safety and freedom.
The same old, terrible business?No! There's this
difference: This time we can save them.
We can save them if we act quickly enough and
give enough.
We can get them to free landsincluding Israel.
For this time, there is an Israel, a place where
Jewish refugees are wanted and welcome.
So give today. Give your increased gift to the regu-
lar United Jewish Appeal. Then, to save more lives,
to rescue the new refugees, give a great "Over and
Above" gift to the $100,000,000 IJA Emergency
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Friday.March8.
Rabbi Who Pierced Iron Curtain Dud
KABBI DAVID HOUAHDM
The gripping story of Soviet
Jewry will be told by Rabbi David
Hollander, honorary president of
the Rabbincal Council of America,
who. together with a delegation
of five rabbis, penetrated the Iron
Curtain last fall.
The eye-witness account will be
reported at a community wide
rally Wednesday evening. Mar. 20.
at Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. Hebrew
Academy principal and chairman
of arrangements, announced.
The meeting it sponsored by
the Southeastern region of the
Rabbincal Council of America,
an organixation which represent*
two million Orthodox Jews In the
United States.
This rabbinical delegation was
the first Jewish group ever to be
permitted to visit Russia since the
rise of Communism. They made
the most extensive tour of Iron
Curtain countries ever undertaken
by any religious group.
According to Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky. spiritual leader of Beth
El Congregation and president of
the Southeastern region of the Rab-
bincal Council of America, the five
rabbis spent seven weeks in East-
ern Europe, travelled thousands of
Ike's Letter Credited With Pull Out
Continued from Page 1 A
"there should be some form of in-
ternational administration and
control," in the Gaza Strip.
The British representative stated
that his government '"assumes"
that when Israeli forces are with
regard to the Gaza Strip are rea
sonable. and should present no
difficulties.' He supported Israel's
demand that the Gaza area should
be placed under the supervision of
the United Nations.
Soviet delegate Arkady A. So-
bolev criticized Israel and corn-
drawn from the Akaba area, units Plained that Mrs Meir's statement
land praised
ment.
Mrs. Meir's state-
of the I'nited Nations Emergency
Force will be stationed there \
for the Gaza area, the British rep-
r< tentative stated: "It Menu to us
that the assumptions and expecta-
tions of the government of Israel in
mentioned no date for Israei troops
! to leave the Gaza and Akaba areas
He attacked the I'nited States for
supporting Israel's demand for
freedom of navigation. However,
the delegates of the Netherlands.
Ceylon. Italy. Canada and New Zea-
Official Text of Letter
Continued from Page 1 A
ab nt conditions in the area more stable, more tranquil and more con-
ducive to the general welfare than those which existed heretofore. Al-
ready the United Nations General Assembly has adopted resolutions
which presage such a better future. Hopes and expectations based
thereon were voiced by your Foreign Minister and others.
"I believe that it is reasonable to entertain such hopes and expec-
tations and I want you to know that the I'nited States, as a friend of all
of the countries of the area and as a loyal member of the United Nations,
w.ll seek that such hopes prove not to be in vain."
UJA Hits $35,100,000
At National Kickoff
Continued from Page 1A
any American philantropic cause
at the opening of its campaign.
It compares with the $26,5000.000
brought forward here at this time
last year by a similar gathering
cf UJA's top supporters and Jew-
ish communal representatives.
William -oral chair-:
man of the UJA, declared Sunday's
Israeli circles here declared that
Israel feels encouraged by the sup-
port its stand has received in the
Assembly from many leading West-
ern delegations, but "even new it is
performing an act of faith in with-
drawing," they said.
"Israel has been influenced
above all factors by President Ei-
senhower's assurance to Mr. Ben
Gurion of support of the expecta-
tions Mf out in Mrs. Meir's state-
ment of last Friday. It is under-
stood that this letter came in re-
sponse to Mr. Eban's statement to
Secretary Dulles on Saturday that
the American position was still
not as clear to the Israeli people as
could be wished.
"Although the President's letter
is a restatement of American pol-
icy rather than a new statement, its
simple direct formulation and the
eminence of its signatory appear to
have had an important effect," the
Israelis stressed.
Pointing out that Israel feels
that in regard to Akaba it has
achieved "very close to the guar-
antees of free passage" which she
sought, the Israelis noted that there
are still some anxieties in regard to
the Gaza area.
miles and interviewed many per-
sons in Russia. Poland, Roumania
and Czechoslovakia.
Rabbi Swirsky Mid that "this
is the first opportunity that Mi-
ami will have to hoar a truthful,
factual and fearless report by
one of the religious leaders who
probed and sought out the truth
concerning the status of religion
in the Soviet Union and its sat-
telitt countries."
In the delegation with Rabbi Hol-
lander were Rabbis Emanuel Rack-
man, Gilbert Klaperman. Herschel
Schacter and Samuel Adelman, all
of New York.
Assisting Rabbi Gross on the ar-
rangements committee are Rabbis
Joseph E. Rackovsky, Tibor Stern,
Ariel Becker, H. Louis Rottman,
Simon April and David Lehrfield.
Rabbi Hollander is. spiritual lead-
er of Mt. Eden Jewish Center,
Bronx, N.Y., a leader in the Miz-
rachi movement of Americ
trustee in the Union of Ortk
Jewish Congregations of An*
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al and economic harden (or
1. Who are re-
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman,
executive vice chairman of the
UJA, told the conference that
10,000 Jewish men, women and
children are leaving Egypt, North
Africa, Hungary, and other East
European countries monthly "in
search of safety and freedom."
Most of them, he stated, could
look only to Israel for resettle-
ment.
Mrs. Golda Meir. Israels Foreign
Minister, who was scheduled to be
one of the speakers, was heard
briefly over a special closed circuit
telecast from New York in
tags to the delegates. The delegates
were also greeted by Reuvm Dafni
Israel Consul, and were addrcitjatj
by Got. Abraham Ribicoff of Con-
necticut and by Charles Jordan.
European director of the Joint Dis-
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fcongressFete
riq$ Dr. Prinx
"Twisc "Congress Night"
K\,gs hotel. Thursday
* Var H. it has been BO-
S'bv Rabbi Yaakov G.Rosen-
Sih Florida Council of
Jewish Congress chair-
-gem ftur'"9 Of- J*"
5Mtwirk.N.J..iepr-
, American Jewufi Con-
L ^d chairman of the N-
[. Commission on Interna-
i Affair* and Israel, it plan-
Stephen Wise "Congress
I program, which will be at-
j by leading public and com-
, figures, will also include a
m of Charter presentation
(Dide chapter.
.the Sabbath of Mar. 9 and
gding the Stephen Wise ob-
& spiritual leaders through-
vJmtish fhfHltr
Page 7-A
German Claims Deadline Sept 30
New York The final deadline ipensation and the indemnification tained from the National Council
CermVn i^ JeWJSh Wmen' 135 NW 3rd
oerman Indemnification Law by ,.t
Jewish victims of Nazi persecution 'are to ** submied. may be ob-' ave.. Miami._____________________
M. JOACHIM run
out the area will highlight the late
rabbifounder of American Jew-
ish Congress in their weekly ser-
mons.
expires Sept. 30, the Conference
on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany made known Wednesday.
An extension of the deadline is not
expected.
The German Indemnification
Law was enacted by the Bonn
Parliament in June 1956, in an
amended version. It provides for
the payment of compensation on
account of the loss of life, in-
juries to health, deprivation of
liberty and damage to property
and to economic prospects. About
one million claims of Naii vic-
tims are currently pending at
German indemnification offices.
To facilitate the filing of claims,
an information sheet containing
data on persons eligible for com-
AT NORTON TIRE
SWAP Now
lore-Belisha Dead in France, 63
bNDON (JTA) Lord Leslie
>lisha. first Secretary of
s for War in Britain's War
Let and Minister of Transport
[of National Insurance irl var-
\ Cabinets, dierl in Rheims Feb.
.;hehad le Ltary delegation on a good-
liiussion to France. Lord Hore-
iha as 63.
i in London. Lord Hore-Be-
i *> an Orthodox Jew, an El-
lot the Spanish and Portuguese
Synagogue and one of its represen-
tatives to the Board of Deputies.
He was educated at the University
of Paris. Heidelberg University
and Oxford University and saw
active military service in the first
World War, emerging as a major.
When he became Secretary of
State for War in 1937, he intro-
duced a number of reform* in
the British Army which brought
that army into shape to enter
World War II. In 1939, chiefly
NATHAN SCHAEN a
JIB Warren In, K.y Fllsoayne.
[Rti. IS. A "' II merchant he
opu.i' n* Ht S67S
Surviving
Ej I :, resell l ip mother, Mol-
I net KufeM;
|kstlKr, a i-t'i 'Ml iw<> granrl-
shvi I". I. 2 In
< Miln I with burial
i
JACK IVNER
ltllr.,||ln>. ive died Feb. 14. A
M I World Wai I, he had been
any years.
laW^M-n;. nal entertain*
lae nan ink North."
i a elster ind brother. Ser-
lud burial arm in New York.
M.DORIS RUBIN MURRHEE
iIIhiI Feb. 25.
he waft ae-
Itte Oround ohsirver Corpa Of
fun l\ Inn are her hus-
[Jbtrstt; h. r pa enta, Mr. and
i Hrman Ruliln. i I brother,
i VI in New-
_* Chaix-I, with burial In
I
[Ml'FREDA SCHFVAILLE
BMi:i! s\V |;i| ,|i,.,| y,.\, o-
l -'..m N.w
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^eta-Bem-ii M,n ,,.,| chapel.
ERMAN ^TFRN
kw v realty
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l. HI. Itlver-
I In charge
M,*s "RV SCHNEIDERMAN
TV i Feb. 24.
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with burn
I \SARAH FUCHs
I Feb. 24.
4222!" '"charge
III i Feb. 26.
i. a* i"
Anna: a son.
nd five grandchildren. Serviced were
I i, :: in Oordon'i Miami Chapel,
with burial in Mi. sinai Cemetery.
SAM WEISMAN
74, of 766 Slut at., died Feb. M. Me
waa a retired operator of a shoe repair
ahop. Surviving are a niece. Mrs. Fa-
ther Kirahon, and a brother. Services
were Feb. 27 In Riverside-Reach Me-
morial Chapel, with burial In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
, MORRI* KATZ
76. of I Mil S\V 7th at., died Feb. 27.
A member of the Lighthouse for the
mind, he In survived by his Wife,
Mania: Iwo eons, Kly and Krnest; and
five grandchildren. Service* and burial
were In St. Petersburg, with (tonkin's
Miami Funeral Home In charge of lo-
cal arrangement*.
SOL J. LUPOFF
St. of 1010O W. Broadview dr.. died
I'.li _';. A retired owner of a meat
pncklnK concern, he was a member of
the Surfalde Masonic Lodge. Survivors
Include hla wife, lliinnah. tWO suns,
l.t Cerrold I., aboard the 1'ss Berry,
and l.t. Btckard A Ft Hwijuinln Har-
rison. Iml ; two limthers ami three
Services were Mar. I in the
Idi Beach Chapel, with burial
in Mt. Nebo C< m.tery.
IRVING RAMBER
St, of | 'i ave., died I
a shriner, he sru a reetdenl
years. Surviving arc Ills wife, I ID
cea; a son. Marvin: a daugbtei. Mra
Knld Boxer: ;> atater and two
children. Services were In New York.
with local irriingein.-nta by CordoVa
Minini I'liii'i.il Home.
at Lord Hore-Be isha's insis-
tence. Prime Minister Neville
Chamberlain introduced con-
scription. He resigned during the
first year of World War II for
reasons which were never made
public. However, newspapers of
the time reported that there had
been military objections to his
race.
Although a member of the Con-
servative Government which en-
acted the White Paper of 1939 re-
stricting Jewish immigration into
Palestine, Lord Hore-Belisha was
conspicuously absent when the
vote was taken on the measure in
Commons. He was a Privy Coun-
cillor since 1935. Io 1954 he was
elevated to a baron and he entered
the Upper House. Recently, he had
been interested in the possibility of
digging an alternative canal to the
Suez across Israel territory.
ARTHUR E. QOLDST6IN
6S. of 18211 BW ah t., died PVb It. A
retired Mine repair machine manufac-
i,i. i, lir area ii-i president of ProC-
dd Pallowa Lodge of Chicago.
Burvtvore- Include His wife. Bather:
.ns. Looter. Plllmore, and Ber-
nard; ii brother, a sister and three
grandchildren. Services and burial
were In Chicago, with Cordons Funer-
al Home In charge of local arrange-
nienta.
Dade Chapter Picks
Levy President
Harry Levy was elected presi-
dent of the Dade chapter, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, at a meeting
last week.
Others named to office during
the election session held at the
Biscayne Terrace hotel were Leon-
ard Friedland and Rabbi Jonah
Caplan, vice presidents; James
Paulen, recording secretary; A. I.
(Bud) Saltzman, corresponding sec-
retary; David Brodsky, financial
secretary; and Larry Friedland,
treasurer.
Slated as speaker was Mrs. Max
Dobrin. representing the Greal
Miami Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign.
2? ">hl
l liililren s. i
gHAIIL coHEN
MRS FANNIE KAHN
70. of 4240 SW 14th st died Mar I.
She had lieen a resident here five
years. Surviving are' her husband,
Charles: three anna. Iawrencc, Henry
i.nil Joeepk: tferee Inothera, a slater
and eight grandchildren. Service* and
burial were In Now Ymk. with local
arrangements by the Oordon I-'uiuihI
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Ail.i (gasman; two sons. Henry and
Teddy: and a grandchild Services
were Mar. 3 at the lti\ .-
Mem..rial ChapeL with burial in Mai
of David Oemeti
MRS. FANNIE KUPER
74. of 13IM 8W list ter.. died Mar. 2
A resident here 13 years, she Is ur-
Vlved In her husband. Frank: a Ion,
Irving: ti daughters, Mrs. Annette
II. liltin.in and Mrs. Freda Mltlleiiian;
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Local Multiple Appeal Setup Hit;
Deliberation Slated Early April
A determined and aggressive effort to solve the problem of multiple appeals in Greater Miami will
be taken by Jewish leaders early in April, it has been announced here by Howard Kane, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The alarming number of fund drives which increase annually and are conducted in direct conflict
with the major Jewish campai)
Jf ? j were scor
He/man Named Chief
Of Emergency Fund
mmll i w '
^^^^B II II
\
Sam J. Heiman. twice chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
and a member of the national Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal Campaign Cabi-
net, has been named chairman of
Greater Miami's Emergency Res-
cue Fund.
The prominent civic and relig-
ious leader will be at the helm of
a special pre-Panover watmn drive
for the United Jewish Appeal Emer-
gency Rescue Fund drive to save
the lives of thousand! of men. wo
men and children seeking entry
into Israel.
CJA chairman John Serbin an-
nounced Heiman's appointment
this week as part of a mammoth
all-out push to secure life-giving
dollars at the mid-way point of
the 1957 campaign.
Heiman ha; been serving in the
current drive a- advi-
campaign cabinet, a liaison worker
in the Initial Gifts and Pace-Setters
Divisions, and a- an active speaker
in the Combined Jewish Appeal
ken' Bureau.
In addition to tl level
duties. Heiman is a vice pre
of Federation, member of the exe-
cutive committee and the board of
governors, and ttsists the Business
and Professions Division with dona
follow-up on difficult pledge as-
signment-.
Last year Heiman visited Israel
and the Middle East as a mem-
ber of the United Jewish Appeal
Overseas Study Mission. He con-
ferred with Moshe Sharett, Presi-
dent Itihak Ben-Zvi, and inter-
national leaders of Joint Distri-
bution Committee in Paris and
other foreign cities.
Recently Heiman received an-
other national honor by his ap-
pointment a- fir-t vice prt
of the Southern n r the
Council of Jewish Federation- and
Welfare funds.
Greater Miami face- the .
|>op.;bii:iy oi rai-in^ S 1.500.-
000 to save 1.500 Jewish lives."
said Heiman upon his acceptance of
were scored by Federation leaders
at an overflow meeting of the exe-
cutive committee last week in the
Algiers hotel.
Although the knotty problem
has confronted Jewish organua-
t.ons fer seme JO years in this
area, Kane said Federation offi-
cials are confident that a solution
can be reached which will mu-
tually benefit the literally hun-
dreds of organizations which
seek funds from the Jewish com-
munity.
The multiple appeals conference
in April will provide an opportun-
Itj Ear exchange of idea- between
officers and leaders of this area's
major organizations. Kane declared
outlining plans for the meeting.
' We cannot permit another year
to go by without a determined ef-
fort to meet this vexing promblem
head on and arrive at a concrete
plan of action.'' said Kane at the
Federation executive committee
ng.
Multiplicity of fund drives is
gradually sapping the manpower
of our community and affecting"
the giving-level of individual con-
tributors to important Jewish
causes. Unless the question is
il

Greater Miami financiers head Combined Jewish Appeal <
mittee with longest tide: "Banks, Investments, Finance
Loans." Shown attending organization luncheon at Biscav
Terrace last week are (seated) Jay Kislak and A. J. Hams
chairmen, and Henry Fishman. Standing: (left to riqhl)
William J. Harris, Bernard Harris, Melvin Green and My
S. Zeientz.
For All Sorts of Kashruth Supervision
P/eose Ceiifoct Mm
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it 2-14JI
the Emergency Fund chairman-hip solved, once and for all. all organi-
la-t week. zations will suffer." Kane stated.
Trades Divisions Assume Grueling Pace
The Apartment Hou of the Combined Jewish Appeal,
headed by Daniel Broad and Oscar
Mamber. is continuing to car
nearly 1.800 apartment hou-os in
the Dade county area in the hopes
of reaching a record total before
the breakfast meeting.
The following divisions have al-
ready held fund raising function-
and are now in process of complet-
ing pledge assignments according
to chairman Serbin: hote's. apart-
ments, accountants, needle trades,
printing and stationery, health
ice^. opticians and optome-
trists, physicians, social service-.
drugs and sundries, liquor, restau-
rant equipment, amusements, bar-
ber and beauty supplie-. re-tau-
rants. architects, builders, plumb-
ers electrical, insurance, retail
merchants, women division, Flag-
ler-Granada. West Miami. North
Miami Beach, Hialeah. Homestead
and Bay Harbor Island.
Howard Kane, president of
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, joined with Serbin in an
urgent plea for all members of
the Jewish community to make
their contributions at once to the
Combined Jewish Appeal with-
out waiting for the formal so i-
citation by CJA volunteers.
"We are a lon<> way from our'
twin goals of $1,468,000 and 51.500.-'
000 for the Emergency Rescue
Fund." Serbin declared. "From the
streets of our town, through the
far reaches of our country, in I-
real, and around the world, we are
dedicated to help the homele-.
the hungry, the sick, the fear rid
den.
"No Jew. in desperate need any-'
where, need "go it alone.' We are'
there with him through the mirac-
ulous vehicle of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal. We must continue to
build a better life for our youth
and our aged, and to strengthen the
pillars of Jewish tradition and
family life This is Our dedicated
job, and we must not fait in 1957,"
the campaign chairman stated.
Food Activities
Bernard Stevens, co-chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal Food
3*5S*J=!=V2
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GREATER MMAMi
CHEVRA KADMSHA and
CHESED SHEL KIM IIS
1*7 US H0H0R OUR BELOVED ONES
IF WE BELIEVE IN THE ETERNITY Of THE SOUL
WE MUST PRACTICE THE SACRED TRADITION OF
"TAUARA"
'Toe Ritual Preparation of the Deceased"
Please Request an Official CERTIFICATE
It is mandatory to make the TAHARA before the body is
shipped away
Every Traditional Rabbi Urgently Requests the hb\k
to Cooperate with the Chevra Kadisha
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND SERVICE CAU
I. Schwartz, Chairman, Ritual Committee Ph. FR 1-3117
NATHAN GINSIURG, PresieW
Sam Kantor (left) chairman of Needle Trades Division, is shown'
with host Mai Marshall at successful garden party which net-
ted Combined Jewish Appeal more than twice amount of con-
fribuuons given last year by representatives of this unit. Some
tU persons attended successful social affair.
Division, invited prominent trade
leaders to a luncheon meeting at
the Seven Seas restaurant on Thurs-
day. Feb. 28. to organize solicita-
tion for the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
The Food Division is one of 45
business groups which annually
raises more than one half of the
total funds in the CJA drive
A West Miami communitv rally
in behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal was held on Sunday eve-
ning at Temple Zion.
Chairman of the West Miami
D.vuion, Jesse Teitle, has an-
nounced that the community
event launched the CJA fund
drive in that area. Mora than 21
Dado county municipalities ere
participating in this year's cam-
paign to raise $1,468,000 for lo-
cal, national and overseas needs.
and an additonal $1,500 000 for
the Emergency Rescue Fund to
save the lives of 100,000 persons
fleeing tyranny and oppression
in Europe and the Middle East.
A documentary film of Drew
Pearson'- recent interview with Is-
rael officials and the "man in the
street" is now available to organ-
izations and clubs in the Greater
Miami area.
The dramatic sound film was
featured several weeks ago on TV
station WCKT and was also shown
simultaneously to several hundred
major cities which are part of the
NBC network.
The film is divided into two sep-
arate reels to facilitate local ,how-
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Chaplaincy Service Program initiated
For Jewish Patients at Local Hospitals
A chaplaincy service program to aid Jewish patients at Mt. Sinai
Hospital and Jacleson Memorial Hospital will shortly begin through
the joint efforts of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the
Rabbinical Assn.
L Levinson (center) accepts appointment
temple Emanu-El chairman for Jewish
Laical Seminary of America. Left to
[me Sam Friedland, president of Temple
Emanu-El; Dr. Max Arzt, Seminary vice chan-
cellor; Samuel J. Halperin, South Florida Sem-
inary chairman; and Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Emanu-El spiritual leader.
mss Need Here for Scholarships
tjljs Arzt. vice president of
>h Theological Seminary
srica and Joel W. Schenker,
jnan of the national plan-
mmittee of the Seminary,
I a group of national com-
munity leaders at the Algiers ho-
tel last week, it was announced by
Samuel J. Halperin, South Florida
Seminary chairman.
The meeting was called to dis-
cuss the national endowment and
WEEK... US I SEE II
itinuid from Page 4 A
iin (goyim .. (who) arc cat-
i gt proportion and go to
tile slaughter ."
lb clear as a result of even
|inple analysu of several ex-
iin "The Pino Cantos" that
id's poetry is far removed
ilk twilight universe of
- he ii supposed to
lit II is cunning poetry,
(poetry, dangerous poetry.
: who reject it as the joke
[sick man are themselves the
"I a Joke For Ezra Pound
|pient in a government hos-
today through pressure
tt lo bear from hih influ-
1 sources seeking to protect
nntinues to pen lii- vitrio-
*rature enjoyed by intellect-
tttlitics. Were this Fascist
I out and required to take
ini-hnicnt even as traitors
t sis have done with a sem-
I of their own kind of dig-
i Pound would be tried for
.-SCilON REALLY
1 ELSEWHERE
h OF which brings to mind
I1 Post card received in the
Ji Monday, entitled "In Keep-
"mk Jew Brotherhood Week"
^ntly ioiiw,(| by a two.
*er beginning: "In refer-
'e Kasper person "
C?1. 'n Part: "Jews
^Uwnhowcr is President
United States' and
I wnon? jews almost succeed-
lB hlN their own Sholem
. 7 dared lo hope and
tor kL"*" Jew brotherly
^ Sholem Asch from the
TteS,a, Jews agree
^"i'fe not molded in the
pattern of fools and slaves? to
connive to bite the hand that
feeds! is defined by Jews as bro-
therly love?? yes, true Gurion
lives by this creed .."
A lot of people' around town
have been suggesting that I let up
some on KKK reports and their
relation to anti-Semitism. Such
unfounded talk may lead to
trouble, they feel. Well, John
Kasper is coming to towndes-
ciple of that Ezra Pound about
whom I have here spoken. During
the recent Clinton. Tenn.. race
riots, copies of "Virginians
Awake!" a Kasper Seaboard
White Citizens Council pamphlet,
urged: "Death for Usurers, money
monopolists, obstructors of Dis-
tribution (international finance,
World Bank and Bunk. UnetCO
curreney-Federal Reserve racket,
Barney Baruch's check book,
Schiff and Warburg finance Bol-
shevik nfolooshun 1917, Lehman
finances Newhouse $$ Birming-
ham News i "
It is hardly coincidental that
the postcard and two-page missive
in my Monday mail preceded
Kasper's arrival here. Both the
same type of prose, both reflect-
ing Kasper's own style, they are
painful, illiterate reproductions
of Ezra Pound anti-Semitism.
Whereas the seeming disjointed-
ness in Pound is a complex study
in objective correlatives, the imi-
tations are nothing more than a
paranoidal inability to bring
thought content to adequate ver-
bal conclusion.
But they at least betray their
indebtedness to Kasper and put
the lie to Jews who seek in silence
protection from active hatred
against them and who, like the
ostrich, feel their persons to lie
entirely in their headswhereas,
in reality, it lies elsewhere.
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scholarship program in behalf of
the Seminary. "The urgent need."
said Halperin, "facing the Jewish
community in the United States
and Canada, is that of providing
scholarship aid to needy and de-
serving students who are studying
for the rabbinate and preparing
themselves for service to civilian
congregations and to be chaplains
in the armed forces.
"Wall trained rabbinate," con-
tinued Halperin, "it necessary for
strong and creative Judaism for
ourselves and our children."
Dr. Arzt who spoke at Friday
night services from the pulpits of
Temple Emanu-El, North Shore
Jewish Center and Beth David Con-
gregation, during his visit to Mi-
ami, has been vice chancellor of
the Seminary since 1951. He also
serves as associate professor of
practical theology on the faculty
ofthe rabbinical school and was
recently appointed associate of the
i seminar on religion at Columbia
University.
Schenker, of Cedarhurst. I..I. is
a member of the board of over-
seers of the Seminary, chairman of
I the committee on national Sem-
! inary campaigns, president of Tem-
, pie Beth El in Cedarhurst and pres-
' ident of the Urban Housing Cor-
poration of New York City.
Levinson Named
Seminary Chief
The appointment of Dave Levin-
son, prominent Miami Beach hotel
man, as Seminary chairman for
Temple Emanu-El was announced
last week by Samuel J. Halperin,
chairman of the South Florida com-
mittee of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
The announcement was made
at a meeting held recently at
Levinson* home where Dr. Max
Aral, vice chancellor of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary, ad-
dressed a group of Temple Eman-
u-El members.
Levinson announced that Tem-
ple Emanu-El has scheduled a din-
ner in behalf of the Seminary on
Sunday. Mar. 31, at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel. Co-owner of the Al-
giers hotel, Levinson is prominent-
ly identified with numerous local
and national Jewish causes.
The program is designed as an
experimental project to give spirit-
ual aid and guidance essentially to
Jewish hospital patients.
The new Federation service has
resulted from a series of confer-
ences between Federation and the
Rabbinical Assn., with chairman of
Federation's pfanning committee
Harold Thurman, taking a lead
role in the move.
The special committee, in recom-
mending the new service plan, said
that "because of the unusual pre-
valence of visitors and temporary
residents in our area, there are a
large number of Jews who are
separated from normal avenues of
religious activity and in need of
religious comfort, counsel and serv-
ice while having no congregational
affiliation in the community. There
is therefore a need for a full-time
chaplaincy service in the Greater
MiamiNarea."
Federation will finance the chap-
plaincy program from funds receiv-
ed in its annual Combined Jewish
Appeal. The chaplain will service
persons not affiliated with local
synagogues.
Under the proposed plan, the
chaplaincy service committee will
be established consisting of six
rabbis designated by the Rabbini-
cal Assn. and seven other repre-
sentatives of Federation. The com-
mittee will be responsible for ap-
pointing the Chaplain, for deline-
ating his specific role and for su-
pervising the full program. Feder-
ation staff will serve as the seere
tariat and cooperate with the chap-
plain in the administration of the
program.
Under the present arrangement,
the new service as outlined will not
he automatically renewable nhles
a study is made ^y Fedcrakren's
planning committee during the ini-
tial nine months of operation and
recommends an acceptable perma-
nent plan for continuation of the
chaplaincy service.
Liebman to Speak
At BB Meet Tues.
Seymour B. Liebman, president
of the Southeast region, Zionist Or-
ganization of America, will addre,-.
a joint meeting of Sholem Lodge,
B'nai Brith. and the Miami Zionist
District Tuesday evening Mar. 12,
at Beth David auditorium.
The struggle for power in the
Arab world and the story of in-
trigue among Arab ruling families
will be Liebman's subject.
Although the meeting is a reg-
ularly scheduled Sholem Lodge ses-
sion, all interested parties are in-
vited, according to Stanley D. Cai-
din, president. Abraham Kasow,
Zionist group president, has issued
an invitation to all members of his
organization to join with the B'nai
B'rith lodge for the evening.
Robert Lewison and Frank Jaffe.
Sholem Lodge vice presidents, are
in charge of the meeting. .
Gershon S. Miller (left) past president and luncheon chairman
of Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith, is shown congratulating
Joseph Kogos, trustee and current leader in a local member-
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3HLTON FRiEDMAS
1" Washington
#?YRIA WILL be a new source of trouble for Israel and
world. Charles Malik, Foreign Minister of Lebanon,
alerted the United States to this prospect during his visit
here. ,
Lebanon fears Syria vastly more than it does Israel.
Malik brought a view to Washington that ultimate Arab
peace with Israel was possible but that developments in
Syria and Egypt represented a graver threat. Christian
Lebanese, like Malik, dread Communist-agitated Islamic
nationalism. They look to America for support.
Malik brought a detailed account of Communist in-
filtration in Syria reaching up to the government level. He
reported the Moscow line was now incorporated into the
Syrian education system. In Egypt he saw the growth of
a Socialistic proletarian elite and liquidation of the mid-
dle class.
Malik came to Washington with far less fanfare than
was accorded Arabian King Saud and the Iraqui Crown
Prince. But his visit might have been more meaningful.
ELM AM SALPETER
Jerusalem
COME CALL it outright stupidity, some just lack of un-
** derstanding. and some see in it the sign of healthy op-
timism of a young nation. It is a fact, however, that the
average Israeli was not overwhelmingly concerned with
the prospects of economic hardships which might have
resulted from this country's standing firm on demands
for effective guarantees for her security before agreeing
to any further withdrawals from areas occupied during
the Sinai campaign.
On one side are certain economic experts who warned
that if efficient economic coercion was applied against
Israel it would not only mean less food for the population,
but also less raw material and fuel for the industry and
transportation and thus might seriously affect this coun-
try's economic life simultaneously creating a grave un-
employment problem.
On the other side are some "highest level circles" who
Quoting the Biblical phrase of "The bitterness shall bring
-jfrWr _
Syria Will be New Source of Troubl
. _. ..___^ii.ll.. tk*. **Mn ihinfltf lalrn hac Kaon nuUt !... i.
SAi'L CAM80N
I'nited Nations
A MEMBER of one of the Britlsn Commonwealth dele-
** gations assures a correspondent his country will
"never stand for an Egyptian-Israeli settlement that does
not provide for Israel freedom of shipping through the
Gulf of Akaba." .
A delegate whose country' is a member of the Afro-
Asian bloc reports: "I did not go to the meeting (of the
Afro-Asians) because I would have hurt the feelings of my
Arab friends; I am for a delegation by Egypt of non-bellig-
erenceand if I had gone to the meeting. I would have
said so. I am an outspoken man." .
An Arab delegate mumbles to a colleague: "The
Zionists have certainly turned the tables."
Indeed, the "Zionists"by which term the Arab dele-
Q\ THE KOOKS1IELF -
THE HISTORY OF THE JEWS OF PHILADELPHIA. From
Colonial times to the Age of Jackson. By Edwin Wolf
2nd and Maxwell Whiteman. 499 pp. Philadelphia: The
Jewish Publication Society of America. $5.00.
pURlNG MUCH of the period with which this volume
deals. Philadelphia was the most important citv in
the western world. "A History of the Jews of Philadelphia"
tells of those who, while participating in the great demo-
cratic experiment upon which the nation embarked, also
laid the foundations of American Judaism. This is an ab-
sorbing story of struggle and adjustment on spiritual,
social and economic levels.
"It was once believed." says Edwin Wolf, 2nd. in the
Preface of this volume, "that there was no extensive raw
material for research in American Jewish history. We are
now convinced that there is so much that it would be a
lifetime task to gather it." The fact is, however, that
so much new material has been uncovered by the authors
of this book, and so broad and varied are the newly-reveal-
ed activities of the Jews of the city, that the picture drawn
seems as complete as it is authentic.
WHMWHg g. IMJWT
I. ,, Hollywood
T HAS been confirmed by Twentieth Century Fox Stu-
dios that George Stevens (of "Giant" fame) will direct
the cinema version of The Diary of Anne Frank" to roll
in Hollywood in October of this year. Frances Goodrich
and Albert Hackett, the wife-husband team responsible for
the stage play, are currently preparing the screen adapta-
tion, with Buddy Adler supervising the production No
cast has been set, but Heather Sears, 20, who makes her
film debut in the title role of "The Golden Virgin has
been mentioned for the role of Anne. Susan Strasberg
now on location for RKO's "Stage Struck," is still in the
race.

Producer Sam Spiegel has signed 23-year-old Ann
Sears for the only featured feminine role in his Colura-
He told President Eisenhower essentially the same things
about Syria, Egypt, and Communism that Israel has been
trying to narrate for some time.
Washington was directed to the facts. The real foes
of peace and freedom in the Middle East are the Com-
munist-supported states of Syria and Egypt. What was
Washington doing to control them? Or was Washington
spending all its time seeking formulas to pressure Israel?
Syrian newspapers allege that the United States has
advanced Israel 122 million dollars under the Eisenhower
Doctrine. This lie is being broadcast by Radio Moscow in
Arabic. The truth, of course, is that the United States has
virtually severed all forms of economic aid to Israel to
force withdrawal in favor of Nasser.
Moscow is charging that 30,000 French and British
troops are massed in Israel, allegedly preparing for an
attack on Syria. This prompts a question of whether Syria
i- it-elf preparing for assaults on Israel. Syrian gun posi-
tions along Lake Tiberias have erupted into new activity.
Israel fishermen on the lake are being fired at again. The
lake has been quiet since it was
reprisal measures late in 1955.
President Eisenhower was warned bv u
imunist wedge was being subtlv L* "^ I
United States and Western Europe Th *
ism" is now a Communist slogan th"..Word
ism" is now a Communist slogan that l*0"11
ica, separating this nation from its ri in'dat*
Malik feels the United States can 1 ^ I
Communism without Britain and TrZL ~ *4
alternative but for America to coopera 'wi^l
Lebanon sees such cooperation as the L< ,**'
leadership. MaUk is deeply worried lest r1"
Middle East through American defaul1*
front the real foe. and f*ta*1
The Arab-Israel issue is on the nerik.
tral danger, in the Lebanese i.^'H
told the State Department to look more (u,f
velopments in Syria and Egypt. I, is also k Iv
is so concerned about the fate of cfiTJ
sensm that he paid a special call on the 2?
en route to Washington. "*j
Israelis Observe World Opinion Unaf
forth sweetness" saw the possibility that beyond the im-
mediate hardship, economic pressure on Israel might
have two-fold longterm benefits: lower the standard of
consumption and increase the levels of production.
Israel's most crucial problem is her inability to pay
for her exports, which amount only to about 150 million
dollars for her 400 million dollars imports. The continued
large-scale immigration and the large investment needs
connected with it are among the main reason for such a
state of affairs, but beyond that large segments of the
population have a much higher standard of living than
would be justified by the economic posittion of the coun-
try.
If political developments force a drastic reduction of
consumption, it may bring about a far-reaching cut in the
standard of living, amounting, for certain groups and
classes, to almost a social revolution. While not in such a
drastic way, many economists are convinced of an urgent
H
need for the lowering of standards of consuma
no government, wishing to stay in power tflTL
ing general elections, could of its own initiator
ment such a reduction of consumption without,'
external causes forcing her to do so.
However, even the optimists are aware that
nomic pressure with its accompanying shortage of /
cutting deeply not only into consumer goods mm
also into capital goods imports is likely to atari
this country's development programs.
Regulating consumption by the price-string
done by letting prices rise according to the stn
demand balance. This, however, creates a gravei
of renewed waves of inflation that could be
detrimental to Israel's economy than the shorty,,
selves. Thus the government planners' thinking in
in the direction of cutting demand not by increasing!
but by reducing the amount of spendable money
hands of the population.
Dramatic Efforts at the United Natioi
gate refers to the Israelishave turned the tide here.
They have proven that firmness shown by their home gov-
ernment, backed by endless patience, hard work and tact,
have accomplished a near-miracle.
During those horrible days and nights in the first ten
days of November, when Israel was being castigated by the
entire world, and when one resolution after another reaf-
firmed the chagrin of a world offended by Israel's "aggres-
sion" against Egyptduring that period, there was a direct
relationship between votes and opinions. Delegates who
voted against Israeland that included nearly all here
were really against the things that Israel had done and
against the way Israel had pushed its campaign of defense
against Egyptian belligerence. uense
But all that changed. By the time the February 2 reso-
lutions were passed in the General Assembly-when again
all but France demanded that Israel complete trooa|
drawals "without delay"that relationship betwe
ing and feeling had changed radically. Now, m.
the delegates who voted one way felt differently.

Overall credit for the change goes, of course,,
people of Israel and to the country's government i
had the courage to choose a course, chart it ala
lines of logic and truth, and keep to the course i_
pressures. But credit here at the United Nations
to the Israel delegation, particularly to the
Foreign Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir. and the pen
representative to the United Nations. Abba Eban
No two people can appear to be so far apart-
sonality, in appearance, in manner of speech, n j
groundthan Mrs. Meir and Mr. Eban.
Tells About the Jews of Philadelphia
,,h"',le vhave ,r1ifd ,0 show ,hat rom the earliest days
our nJSWrm"ke fe ,her me" and WOmen wh bu*
our nation, some rich, more poor; some enterorisinp
B.'gg? Wi,h mi* -me pious. other wSje*'
l.gious feeling; most of them patriotic, a few indifferent
tlTn, moreu'mPrtnt- they were what they were
ind,viduals-,n this case Jews-clothed ,n the dieniTv of
citizenship and enjoy.ng the satisfacton of Shipping
JewiIhhepo^latLhnOW7h,he f8in and gr0Wth ot ** +9*
j^t^S^S Xv^nts-l.1^ 3
American and the Jewish rernM ,hl r- of the
vJTJSTI CVerS ,he '"W in "e history of the
United States, from its Colonial beginnings to thT Age of
Jackson. For among the Jews, as in the country |
whole, the third decade of the 19th century mark*
end of an era. The nature of the Jewish populali
began to change; new congregations, new viei
problms, new men appeared upon the scene. But I
terns of the city's Jewish life had been establish
they were to be tested during a period of more
life and rapidly expanding frontiers.
While the story of the later periods remains I
told, one can in this earliest era see the first links I
continuity of Jewish life in America. The problems(
future educational, religious, social and political-
foreshadowed here as well as the new and typically *
ican relationships between Jew and Christian. The
nt volume is therefore in a sense a picture of w \
Jewish community of the United States: whence it <
how it labored, what it did and what shaped it.
The meticulous care which the authors took
earthing the facts, the skill they exercised in pi"
together, the charm and humor with which they dm
people and events make the reading of the book a |
pleasure.
Giant' Director is Due for 'Diary' m
Nonde beauty ^JS^^/SOSi ""
as?WA*jta sis =*
el.st Michael Blankfort (of Th?T..i ,nJ,rodu'* "ov-
Hand") as a producer" film, SaX Md "The S,ron
"The Helen Morgan Stor^S-ft Y? reCently scriPted
hta assignment Prowl ? the fr.Lh, "" Wi,d" start*
anyone would take for a soldier. Yet that is exactt
she was at one period in her career. A native o
the 21 year-old Sabra was for two years a "W"?
Israeli Army, shouldering a submachine gun. !"
grenades and performing all other duties ofsen
Miss Ro-dann. who was a stage favorite before j
forces, was later detached from regular duty an
to the entertainment section. She is now a star
wood, soon to be seen in two screen roles.

Danny Kaye will return to the -*r*D .J^i i
Andrew." with the script being PreParedJ5L, the I
nart. The Sol C. Sieg-1 production K<*s _^VDher, I
eras June L Michael Kidd, the famed cboreogw"
as the film's director.


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from the r^abbi s f^ulpit
. ,.,,.:(, ,< -..other in a Jcrl-of articles prepared by spiritual
"'' f01 The Jewish Floriduxn 'Rabbinical Corner in cooper-
\,,ic"'"" QTetUt Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Abraham
",f Tifreth Israel Xorthsidc Center, is coordinator of this
#fion
Jfcrjon. o.
/&*. P'Srd"1-
lew Views on What
Sacrifice Means Today
ALEXANDER GROSS
H,brew Academy
rt of Leviticus,
"third book of Mses. deals
, the institution of animal sac-
and the laws relating to
riesthood and Temple ritual.
Ijisnot the purpose to discuss
every aspect of the sacnfi-
I'cult The subject is too vast
loo intricate to be treated
irtrtelv within the limited
rfines of this article. I should
, first to clarify some general
Isconceptions which, to my
d are due primarily to lack
[information of the basic prin-
L|es governing the laws of sac-
lice.
|The initial reaction of the 20th
iBtury Jew to the concept of
Lrifice is one of repugnance and
Ihorrence. He associate* sacri-
with primitive practice and
offering with ancient pa-
lual. Some ask skeptically
r can a burnt offering influ-
CMUELIGHTING TIME
2 Aden 5 6:08 p.m.
ence the design of the Creator?
Are thore any magical powers at-
tached to the burnt offering?
The Hebrew term "Korbon,"
sacrifice, is derived from the He-
brew root ,"to come near." Thus
the intention of all forms of sac-
rifice, whether in deep gratitude
or intense remorse, is primarily
to "draw closer" to God. And ac-
cording to Maimonides, Nach-
monides, and other early Biblical
commentaries, the sacrificial
ceremony served as a symbol;a
conscious manifestation and phy-
sical expression of the individ-
ual's feelings and emotions. Here-
in lies the basic difference be-
tween paganism and the Hebrew
concept of sacrifice. To the Jew,
his remorse or gratitude ex-
pressed during the sacrifice, was
an inward, intrinsic and heartfelt
experience. Performance of the
sacrificial ritual mechanically, re-
gardless of its material cost, was
valueless, if it was not accompa-
nied by a sincere and contrite
heart.
Our Sages point out that if the
sacrifice was offered for the pur-
pose of atonement, the entire pro-
cedure relating to the laws of
Tshuva (repentance) and Viduy
(confession) had to accompany the
sacrificial act. This indicates that
the repentance of the sinner and
the restitution of the wrong doer
is an integral part of the ritual
in we can offer our heartfelt sac-
rifice to God, prayer remains our
only means of communication
with Him. For the real meaning
of prayer is a deep yearning for
a complete surrender and total
identification with God.
According to the Midrash, the
Jewish child was initiated into
the study of the Bible not with
the exciting stories of Genesis
but with the intricate and com-
plex laws of sacrifice found in the
book of Leviticus: "Because little
children are pure and the sacri-
fices arc pure, let those who are
pure come and occupy themselves
with pure things." Modern peda-
gogues would probably dismiss
such practice because it does not
conform with modern education-
al tandards. But our wise sages
wanted to impress upon the
young Jewish mind, the funda-
mental principles of holiness and
purity contained in the Book of
Leviticus. And has any people at-
tained a higher conception of
God, a more realistic approach to
holiness, and a deeper under-
standing of theological doctrines
than Israels sons and daughters?
Mayors Proclaim 'Academy Week1
KABBI AlHANOfff CROSS
. Miktr conception
and the ultimate purpose of the
offering.
We Americans are a gregar-
ious and garrulous people. But de-
spite our ability to express our-
selves verbally we remain notor-
iously lacking in our ability to
share our innermost and deepest
emotions. Most of us stay empty
and incomplete within ourselves
throughout our lives. The He-
brews achieved this emotional
"spiritual sharing' to a remark-
able degree. They were able to
establish a rapport, a oneness
with God, that led to a complete
peace; a peace of mind, of emo-
tion and soul that only the sin-
cerely pious can enjoy. Sacri-
fice was a symbolic means to an
enda very satisfying end.
Rabbi Yochanan Ben Zakkai im-
plied these concepts when he
told his pupils that now that we
no longer possess a temple where-
The week of Mar. 1.1 to 17 will
be designated as ''Hebrew Academy
Week" throughout the Greater Mi-
ami area, B. I. Binder, Hebrew
Academy president, revealed Wed-
nesday.
In a proclamation issued here.
Mayor Randall Christmas of Miami,
Mayor!). Lee Powell of Miami Beach,
and Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay
Harbor Island, announced that "in
view of outstanding accomplish-
ments of the Hebrew Academy as
an educational institution, we urge
the community to pledge its sup-
port and fullest cooperation during
this week."
Mrs. Benjamin Appcl, presi-
dent of Hebrew Academy Wo-
men, and Mrs. William Farr,
PTA president, said that a kick-
off breakfast initiating Hebrew
Academy Week will be held at
the Academy on Monday morn-
ino.
The three mayors, city officials
and prominent community leaders
will be present.
Spearheading a year book drive
will be Mrs. Isidore Spolter, journal
chairman, and Mrs. Hilda Sandier,
PTA journal chairman, who will di-
rect the activities of the entire
week.
The Hebrew Academy, located at
918 6th St., Miami Beach, will be
open to visitors during the week.
South Shore Club Gathers
South Shore Citizens Club will
meet Monday evening at the Black-
stone hotel. Mrs. Lena Mintzes is
chairman.
hbbath t^ervices in K^rcatcr UOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlylo Reinhardt;
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Cver.
NSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

I DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
trtitivf. Rabbi Yaakev Roten-
Cintor William W. Upton.
jav? MS p.m s. iith.ii; -The Jew-
ictl't "f Bin Saturday 9 a.m.

|ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
iaa
t p.m. Satui day l:so a.m.
"Think. i Tlnkera In
: in. Toplo:
t Eye."

EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
Conservative. Rabbi David W.
[KTH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Tw- Ribbi H. Louis Rott-
ianti
Mr and Mn. Milton rloe Cianchnff. No S:S0 p.m. service.
Saturday S:30 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly
ll'oitlun."
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Friday S and S:30 p.m. Bermonj
"Mem. .rv (h eat* A Bel of i Peo
pie." Saturday turn. Sermon: "Week-
ly I'urtion."

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 1:18 pin. Sermon: "Khrush-
shav Pi a) i for I lod'i Help."

TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Awaken-
edBook Kevlew." Saturday 9:4j a.m.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW
Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
rleim.
KH.lav S:M and :30 P.m. Sermon:
"Teen-aaersEfllars or Detriments to
our Society?" Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
iin.n: 'The Distinction Between Ood'e
falls and HI* Appearances." Mlncha
I M p.m. Bar Mltsvah: Joseph, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ijtwrcin .-.

FT. LAUDERDALE E.MANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
lale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran
I
p.m. Sa
I JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
* Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
C'nlor Maurice Mamches.
10 a.m.
rs fr the
[KTHI RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
ih^ox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
lay :*
Dfferlnt
nd s.i. i if i.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday 1:11 p.m. Bynacocue Sabbath.
Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Portion.
Sermon: "Weekly
TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Ribbi Joseph E. Rackov-
WAY JEWISH CENTER.
""Umin Blech.
WhV,,''',, -W,.M
i .....I Way,
One,
.mi. I Mm

*. Tibor H. $,.,
""neton Ave., M. B.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Sross.
e e
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
sr. p.m. Onset speaker:
Dr. Theinns J. Woods, eh-ilrman, gov-
ernment department, Unlveralty of
Miami Toplo: "Coming Mn
In Dade County." onea Shan-
list hosts: Mr. and Mis. Joseph Peld-
mini. Saturday a.m.
s
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
8th st.. Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gertz officiates.
s s
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
s
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
J030 Polk at., Hollywood. Ceneerv-
stivo. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbravn.
Klldav 8:3ii p.m. fcermon: "What i
In Life*" Youth Sal.'.nth
One, Shabbal hosts: Mr. and Mrs.
I/.uls Sklut. Saturday 9 a.m. Benson:
w .. ki\ PorlIon,"

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3191 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ion Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
Ki.li. ::u and 1:15 p.m Serwont
"Third ll..ok of
la; M. mii I Ml I' UuJ lain
s. iiii rial 8 .. in Uai Mill' h Ronald,
Mrs. Max Apple
s s
KNESETH ISRAEL. 141$ Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lahr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday 5:30 p.m. tiuest Cantor Mau-
TEMPLE ZION.
at. Conservative.
Waxman.
5720 SW 17th
Rabbi Alfred
"A Call to Conservative Jewry." Bet-
.. :: Bei moa: "W< i kiy Por
lion/'
ess
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
Friday l:M p.m. Quest speaker: NI -
than Perlmutter, exi itlve director,
Florida office of the ADL B'nal B'rlth.
Topic: "Status of Anti-Si n H
Ones Shabbal hosts: Tlferetb Israel
I'TA. Saturday I a m. No sermon,
see
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
see
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwits. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday l:M p.m. Quest speakers:
rsv delegatee. Topk "Our Heritage"
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly
Portion." Bar Mltsvah: Marry, son of
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Manny
Mandel.
r day :15 p m. Sermon: "The Com-
mandment to Remember the Lesson
of History." Saturday i a.m. Sermon:
n ,. i. Poi iinn Bar Mltsvah: Jeff-
op of Mr. aad Hre. M. Plaum.
s s
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
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Youth iy 9 a m. lUr Mltsvah:
-.,! of C mi..1- and Mm. Mam ice
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NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
s s
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
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When asked, "Where do you find your hata?",
French novelist Marcel Proust is reported to have
replied, "I don't find my hats, I kMp them" '. .
Such is not the case, however, with the dazzlingly
topped ladies at the helm of Beach Luncheon Un-
limited (CJA) held last week at (he Seville hotel
Flowers bloomed, vegetables sprouted, feathers
observers ooh-ed and ah-ed at the display of millinery
of the most august feminine heads Guest speak-
oman s
'WorU
""u'"8 paoltttt Opport, wore a black straw trimmed with red
*" .chic and original that it seemed to whisper French subtle-
"'",,' even movement of its vivacious owner .
Mr, Samuel Simonhoffa "Mr. John" creation of black and
tie with field flowers sweeping from the brim evoked the most
nlion ami excitement, so startlingly different was its design
I nntours Krsnsky** blonde beauty was set off by a
I "Grace Kelly" type item", while Martha Sutskind wore a flat-
'!c wnjt0 straw with a draped brim The fresh, clean-cut
Bfrican-girl-charm of Sue (Mr*. Barnard) Steven* was set off by
I black Milan .
Margaret Newman Stam'a exquisite grey Milan with grey vel-
hrtwa? greeted with yearning sighs and longing glances Mrs.
I" jjpton'i white straw with double brim enhanced its owner's
Brit features, and Maa Wointein wore a striking red straw be-
l*cked with red currants that looked good enough to eat .
These were only a few of the "best-covered" (hat-wise) ladies,
luturally Tnc gathering beautifully dressed women at the
Seville presented a spectacle as brilliant and colorful as a garden
in lull bloom.
First prize in the Food Fair Fish Recipe Contest for readers
IftThe Jewish Floridian went to Mra. Sam Phillip* of 126 SW 21st
live Mrs. Phillips was awarded the ten dollars by the judges
|for her delectable "Gefillte Fish, Moderne" Second prize of $5
Ins won by Mrs. Yetta Altman of 1525 Michigan ave., for her "best
lever" gefillte fish recipe Competition for the third prize of $3
Ins m) close that the judges decided to award two prizes Tying
|tre Mrs. Manny Austin, of 1675 Cleveland rd., with her novel
fhhball-Vegetable Casserole," and Mr*. D. Kan*, of 350 N. Bis-
leayne River dr., with a gefillte fish dish. Congratulations to the
I lucky winner-'
*
Vacationing at Waldman'a Crown hotel are Mr*. Ban Lavln and
Iber inter, Mrs. Alan S. She-hot, of Chicago Mrs. Lavln doesn't
Ifet much chance to rest back home, where she is chairman of the
|Hdaah Medical Center building fund, and a former president of
Chicago's Senior Hadassah Sister Fannie is also finding sun-
[lid-sea Quite different from her usual activities She's member-
i chairman of the faculty wives of Chicago Medical College, and
|oa the board of the West Suburban Temple sisterhood .
Their niece, Barbara Roienttrf, recently announced her en-
Iptement to Seymour Eisenborg, son of the Herman Eisenborg* of
I Ml Sheridan ave. ... B*rbrm, whose parents are the Dava Roton-
Ibrjjof Chicago, will graduate from Northwestern U. in May, with
major in elementary education ... Announcement of the betrothal
its made at a dinner party given by the Rosenberg* *t the Crown
on Jan. 4which also happened to be the Eiaenbergs' 30th wedding
niversary Herman is the Hebrew Academy's well-loved exe-
I cative director .
Seymour, who's in the real estate business here, will fly to
[Chicago for Passover and help majse plans for the June 2 wedding.
Speaking of anniversaries, Councilman and Mrs. Bernard Frank
| (ike's the former Marian Colby) celebrated their first on Feb. 22
And Mr. and Mr*. Charles Marts I, owners of the Colonade hotel,
"arked their 30th wedding anniversary with a "re-marriage" cere-
mony performed by Rabbi Irving Lehrmen of Temple Emanu-El .
aw. Mtrtel, in bridal white lace, presented her husband with a
fold medal inscribed "for 30 years' active service in the battle
I matrimony" .
Among the guests at the cocktail buffet party were son Ken
Ma partner. Julo* War*haw, from New York, and Clairs and
ferny Weintreub .
Rabbi Lehrman, by the way, was just elected president of the
mvelers Aid Society of Greater Miami.
ih^ue\wi*rsltUEJIiDipidPiaun
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 8, 1957
Section B
Making it official. Mayor Randall N. Christmas
signs proclamation declaring Mar. 6 ORT Day
in Miami in honor of Women's American ORT
for its 30 years of service to displaced and un-
derprivileged people. Shown are Mrs. Morti-
mer Podell. president of Gables chapter; Mrs.
Norman Rothstein, Southeast region vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Florence Kupperman, Southeast re-
gion vice president; Mrs. Irving Sussman,
Southeast region president; and Mayor Christ-
mas. ORT operates 400 vocational training
installations throughout free world.
Einstein Highlights Medic Center
Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, chair-
man of the new Medical Center
project in Israel for both the Flor-
ida region and Miami chapter of
Hadassah, will be principal speak-
er at a monthly meeting of the Al-
bert Einstoin group of Hadassah
Monday noon in Burdine's audi-
torium, 163rd st. shopping center.
She will tell of the $12,500,000
Medical Center, said to be the fin-
est in the Middle East, comprising
a 485-bed university hospital; a
large out-patient department; a
nurses training school; a Mother
and Child Center; and Hebrew Uni-
versity-Hadassah medical school.
Mrs. William Deinstein will dis-
play some of her arts and crafts
pieces preparatory to forming a
class from the Hadassah member-
ship.

"Wide, Wide World," will be the
theme of the program at the reg-
ular meeting of Menorah group
Monday, Mar. 11.
It will depict life in modern
Israel with skits and recipes and
samples of Israeli cooking. High-
lighting the program will be guest
speaker, Abi Kachioff, third gen-
eration Israeli, who has served with
the Intelligence Corps of the Is-
raeli Army.
Slate of officers for the coming
year will also be presented at the
1 p.m. meeting to be held at Tem-
ple Judea, 320 Palermo ave.
*
Mt. Scopu* group is celebrating
Eye Bank Month. To emphasize this
event, Mrs. Minna Mell will pro-
duce a mock marriage. There will
also be a variety show on the pro-
gram starring membership's talent.
The cast includes the Mesdames
Continued on Page 3 B
p.friends *'" ">iss Mrs. Ida Finestono, of 710 10th st.. who left # .
t2&ttSttttgS2ttXZ Comely Miss Named Ye ars President
*". ho is the widow of Abraham Finestono, former president of '
W'eth Nrael congregation, will
w vuiiKicgaiiuii, win make plans while up north for
* husband's unveiling in May ...
Roridi Ps,card from "traveling" Ruth Brotman to The Jewish
lod dT Vea'S lhi" she is now in St Louis- Mo with Indianapolis
ajainj her itinerary before friends will be able to see her
**utiuL PT*r' Wner of the BeUeMarr shP on Lincoln rd.,
atthe aanT- wmiy i"' l,ir,h omen'ar' P finds time' in between*seeing that Miami Beach
She's helJf fashlonab|y dressed, to be a prominent civic worker .
anma^ esp<'fial|y active in the Red Cross antt Community Chest
P"gns on lh side of the causeway.
KtWrva h""*****
""PuertoR r' *nd Mr*- Jo*Ph H. Rudnlck are honeymooning
^ ^ mco and the Virgin Islands ... The bride is the former
^ 0'off, daughter of the Manual Jo.eloff*, of 5675 La Gorce
oital'G y ""^k^* Darents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rudniek of
"''f* he h Dri* 'S graduate of the University of Miami,
&colu r and is now clinical instructor in obstetrics and
Louis unf H S alS Harvard m"n and RMduate of the St.
"> stau TT"[~ M h"' of medicine ... The young couple will set
^ekpep,nK ta the Gab,es on the.r nlun
""'r honT M" Alo-nd#r Don*r went the other direction for
eymoon ... Mr. Donor took his bride, the former Roslyn
da"ghter of the Nathan Kaechans of Meridian ave., to
Continued en Page 7-B
K**h.n.
Sandra Frogel, president of Jun-
ior Hadassah of Miami for the past
two years, was elected "President
of the Year" by representatives of
Jewish young adult organizations in
the Dade county area at a recent
Presidents Ball.
The affair was sponsored by the
Jewish Young Adult Council of
South Florida for the benefit of
the Young Adult Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. Council
is the coordinating body ior Jew-
ish young adult groups in this
area, sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
A nativo of Passaic, N.J., Miss
Frooel cam* to Miami 11 year* ago.
In addition to her leadership with
the Hada*ah organiiation, *h* ha*
been an active membor of th*
young adult council, of which *ho
it now vice pr*ldont. In 195o, *ho
was votod "we*tHoart" of the Tem-
p|. Emanu-El Young Adult Club.
She alo orvod a* chairman of tho
planning committee for th* presi-
dent* Ball.
Young adult organizations affil-
iated with the Council are Beach
Young Adults GMJCC, Beth David
Young Adultst Miami Junior Ha-
dassah. Miami Beach Junior Hadas-
sah, Masada, North Shore Young
Adults, Temple Emanu-El
Adults, Temple Israel
Adults, Temple Emanu-El
Adults, Temple Israel
Adults, and Young Adult League
GMJCC.
Young
Young
Young
Young
To Address Women's Club
Edward Clarke, of the University
of Miami faculty, will review "Cash
McCall" Thursday morning, Mar.
14, in the auditorium of the Miami
Woman's Club. Soloist will be
soprano Anne McGarry, of the
Junior Opera Guild, with Junia
Sells as accompanist.
They See Barrymcre
.Miami Beach Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah met Thursday for a film
showing starring John Barrymore,
Jr., of "Short Stop." Meeting was
at Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
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Among Features
M t'n ".iy. 11-
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Puria CemlrtL t<> be
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'at 15th M
Th<- carnival will invit.
luck at the n
81. and feature a Til
Old CouDtrj <&' in*"
,.U the "malm fair-i
True carnival atmosphere
rill bo enhanced by the aroma of,
llinj red hots and hamburgers
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Friday, March 8,1957
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day mods with Manischewitz Gefilte Fish!
Somrisbing because Manischewitz Gefilte
Fish is high in proteins, yet low in calories.
And dtltciomiccause it's made with choke
freshwater fish ... fresh whole eggs ... and
the incomparable' touch of Manischewitz
cooking skill! Try it... enjoy it tonight!
There is good reason why. once each year for past 25 years.
H. I. Heinz Company has asked American Jewish public not
to buy Heinz Kosher'products. Heini U Kosher foods are cer-
tL'ied by Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
as produced under rabbinic on-spot factory supervision. To
avoid giving any impassion that Heinx means to include
Passover in its extensive year -around advertising of its (IT en-
dorsement, special advertising campaign before every Pass-
over reminds Jewish consumers that while Heinz Kosher foods
are strictly Kosher, they are not Kosher L'Pesach. Here Moses
I. Feuerstein. president of the Orthodox Union fleft' congratu-
lates Joshua S. Epstein, advertising representative of Heinx
Company, on current Heinz Pcssover advertisement.
RcMahs Will fleet
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Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 will
hold meet Tuesday evening in 1
American Legion Hall. 1828 Alton
rd. Games party will follow.
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Miami Delegates
In Two-Fold Plan
Miami delegates to the National
Council of Jewish Wumcns' bien-
nial convention have a two-fold
purpose in attending this year.
At the convention, slated Wilt
ington, D.C., Mar. 17 through 21
in the Shoreham hotel, they will
see Mrs. Aaron Farr installed as
president of the Southern inter-
state region for a two-year term.
Mr*. Farr hat boon president of
the Miami Section of NCJW, pres-
ident of Temple Both Sholom Sis-
terhood, vice oresident Women's
Committee for Brandeis, and of the
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
She has served on the board
of Jewish Family Service and is
now on the Welfare Planning
Council of Dade county. She is on
the board of Miami Beach Senior
High PTA and has been president
of the Conference of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations for two terms.
Also, she is a member of the Shel-
tered Workshop of Dade county,
and on the board of governers of
the Greater Miami Federation.
Boatride Sunday
A boatride for members of the
Golden Age Friendship Club of the
Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, has been
announced for Sunday afternoon
by Joseph Horowitz, president. The
Seven Seas Dream Boat has been
chartered for the occasion and will
depart at 4:30 p.m. for a three-hour
ride. -*
"f WANT MY MILK
a
IMS. AARON FARR
elude National Fourth vice presi-
dent Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs.
Samuel Gertman, Mrs. Sidney Lew-
is, Mrs. Leo Alpert, Mrs. Bob Sch-
wartz, Mrs. Samuel Berlin, Mrs.
Joseph Williamson and Miss Min-
nie Feinberg.
Mrs. Benjamin Green, president of PTA Council, speaks with
Rabbi Arthur Gilbert, of Anti-Defamation League, at workshop -
en religion in public schools held here at Temple Israel. Some
100 delegates of ten PTA's participated in affair jointly spon-
Kjred by Council of PTA Assns. of Bureau of Jewish Education
and Joint Advisory Committee on Religious Education in Pub-
lic schools.
Hedical Center Highlight of Einstein
Meet as Other Groups Also Gather
Continued from Pag* 1 B
[fell Harry Cantor, Henry Sch-
Iwtiman. Esther Cohades, I. H.
JCtkm. Mark Bernard William
IJWIer. Henry Paul and M. Solon.
Tfcwe with fiiled Eye Banks are
ithgible for prizes. Meeting place
lb Coral Gables Masonic Hall, .Val-
Iencia ave., .Monday at 1 p.m.

Purim and the 45th anniversary
lot Hadavsah will he celebrated at
|l meeting of Naomi group.
Mrs. Abraham Seif, librarian,
President Mrs. Joan C. Lehman
will receive a "Certificate of
Achievement" awarded to tha
Greater Miami Section of NCJW
for its outstanding work in com-
munity service. San. Herbert H.
Lehman, former governor and sen
tor of New York State, will be
present to make the award.
Delegates to the convention in-
Golden Agers
Will Be Hosts
Golden Agers of Southwest Jewish
Center will be hosts at late Friday
evening services of the Center.
Officers of the organization are
Mrs. Bernard Schor, president;
Mrs. Charles Coleman, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. M. Propper, secretary;
and Charles Coleman, treasurer.
* The Golden Agers meet on the
second and fourth Sundays of each
month. '
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A regular meeting of the Greater
Miami chapter of Women's Amer-
ican ORT will lake place at the
l&press hotel Tuesday evening.
I Mar 12.
Councilman Harold Shapiro will
tpeak (n "The Crisis in the Middle
[*" His talk will deal with the
Preset situation in the Holy Land,
n Pictures in color depicting the
Armed Forces f Israel on duty
ndon parade.
Margaret Newman Steam, presi-
1?^chairman for the evening.
and Mrs. Benjamin Fogel. educa-
tion chairman, are in charge of the
holiday program, and the anniver-
sary celebration will be directed
by Mrs. E. S. Seitlin, program
chairman.
The meeting will be held at the
South Miami Great Gables restau-
rant on Monday at 9 p.m.
*
Graduation exercises of the first
Leadership Training class con-
ducted by Mrs. Ralph Hankin will
take place at the regular Monday,
I p.m.. meeting of the Torah qrouo.
Mrs. Louis August will highlight
Hadassah supplies. Site is Musi-
cians Club, 303 Minorca ave., Coral
Gables.

Deala of Miami will present a
fashion show at the next meeting
of the Chaim Weiimann fjroop Mar.
II at 8:30 p.m.
Members of the group will model
the complete line of sportswear
created by Paul Deal.
The meeting will be held at the
Miami Pioneers Club, 250 NW N.
River dr.

"Winnie Wins the Walkathon"
will be presented at a Chai group
meeting in the Dunes motel Mon-
day evening. _____

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Fridc
Book Review Slates
Take-off on Shaw
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-!
had will sponsor us annual book
review luncheon at the Algiers ho-
tel Tuesday noon. Mar. 12.
Mr*. I. M. Weinstein will review
"My Fair Lady,' bated on Shaw's
Pygmalion. There will bo musical
soloctions from the Broadway mu-
sical.
Proceeds are earmarked f.>r \.^
rational education si teen asm in
Israel.
Admissions Given
To Torah Fund
\ mar Sb>
terhood Women are invited to at-
Torah Fund hn:
.:* ihe To: ;al hall on
Monday noon.
Admission to the brunch is a
donation in the Torah Fund box.
Proceev:- :>port the Jew-
ish Theo;o::ca: S Amer-
ica.
Mrs Erra t >: an. and Mrs. Louis Cohen.
n chairman, are the spon-
Beth Tfilah Ladies To Install Officers
Mrs. Mayer Kati will be installed Roae Rudy, finan,.,^
Mrs Mayer Kati will be installed
president of Beth Tfilah Sister-
hood Monday evening. Mar. 18. at
'the Royal Hungarian restaurant
Other officers to be installed at
the dinner mooting include the
Mosdames Sonia Shapiro, honorary
president,- Roto Schneider, Hymen
Troth, Solomon Silbermon, Dorah
Cohen, Norman Kaplan, Roto Kra-
tish. vice presidents.
The Mesdames Bessie Jacobson,
treasurer: Solomon Alter, treas-
urer: Joseph Rackovsky. chaplain,
Louis Lustig, social secretary; and
Roae Rudy. financia|
ing secretary "* ****
Abo featured is .--_
haU of the Purim hoS**
Tkf Plat, Ah-T
Miami Beach Lode* Kninl>1
MhUs. Wednesday ^SH
that arrangement. haveX"**
Pleted to hold its fifteeatT^
*r-et in the Rubaiy ^
the Algiers hotel Mav 18 rT-JI
Levine U chairman of thTk?
quet committee. Journal eomuiZ
U beaded by Ben HausnaTfa!
mour Kort u in charge of tickj
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Mrs. Morris Bisnow 8'. ?S SW 20th st. deploys mantle for Torah
afCor^l Way JMtfjfa. Cente: 3SlockMsdgajggl pres.ier.: locks
on. Mr. end Mrs. Bisnow presented mantle to Coral Way Cen-
ter in memory of their parents.
Beach Chapters of Hadassah Plan
Monday Meetings -- Youth Aliyah Slated
SHALOMA geanaj aj M:i^.i Beach uel 2. Sakrais will be guest sneak-
chapter of Hadassah w.I! meet er Membership p ha pre-
Monday 1130 im. at Hibiscus sen ted to life members A rr
Lodge A card party and brunch program, with Mrs. Peter Warner'
for paid-up members is planned, as soloist is planard Mrs Aaron |
Mrs Mom Ma taking reser- Newman a program chairman.
* e
ISRAEL I meeting with card par-
HERZL group will meet at the ty is on the agenda at the Algiers
> r. Mrs Sj^ hotel Monday noon. Program chair-
- man is Mrs. Irving West in
Bargains Galore
At North Beach
Carnival Affair
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Monday 1 p m.. at the Shelbourne
hotel featuring a aaone. with Ralph
Bellamy narrating.
as
HENRIETTA SZOLO group will
"** Monday noon at the Senile
hotel A skit featuring Youth
Al:y ah will be presented. A musi-
cal program is also planned. Mrs
Oroiie Rosenberg is chairman of
the day
s
STEPHEN S. WISE croup will
see! at the hotel Allison on Mon-
<**?" *- Youth Aliyah will be
:-i" nd
OUH
were Mrs. Pfcyihs Karwaa.
Lew -s Cantand and Mrs. fcarr
Pioneer Women Eye
Purim Celebration
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Reserve Officer Tells Post
About Military Obligations
Harold A. Tobias, of 1753 Lenox
ave., addressed a meeting of Post
85. American Legion, Tuesday eve-
ning at 1828 Alton rd.
ToJjias is civilian administrative
assistant of the U.S. Army Military
Sub-District, Miami, and a reserve
officer.
He discussed "Military Service
Obligations," dealing with the Re-
serve Forces Acts.
DER YIDDISHER FORUM
RUM 8 p.m. 9
MEETS EVERY SATURDAY,
KNESETH ISRAE
CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
SATURDAY, MARCH 9th
Speaker:
JACOB LESCHINKSKY
Well Known Economiit-Socialogist
Subject:
"THREE HUNDMEU YEARS OF
JEWISH LIFE IN ENGLAND"
YiiMMn-r Forum is Weekly
IV.ltlJI.- of Hi
Ylvo
firoati
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.Miami
flesidents of Jewish Home for Aged had fun Mike Kramer, Mrs. Minnie Berliner, Mrs. Si-
clanning first Purim Carnival, which will take donia Gluck, chairman, Mrs. Minnie Gray,
place Sunday afternoon. Residents Council Harry Rudolph, Jacob Goldman, Mrs. Sadie
making plans are Mrs. Bessie Mott, Mrs. Pearl Strauss, Mrs. Sonya Billis, Mrs. Anna Gordon,
Kroner, Annie Rosenberg, Adolph Gerdwagon, Harry Krampner and Joel Goldberg.
Donald LaBelle, extension supervisor GMJCC,
Unusual Reversal of Roles for Home
Residents Who'll Boost CJA Sunday
In an unusual reversal of roles, (themselves to act as a democratic
residents of the .Jewish Home for
the Aged, who are generally con-
sidered beneficiaries of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign,
are taking their rightful place in
the community by planning a
Purim Carnival to raise funds for
their own contribution to CJA.
The Residents Council, which is
a body elected by the residents
1
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clearing house for resident affairs,
is working out the details of this
first time event, under the leader-
ship of its president, Sidonia
52nd st. Residents are preparing a
variety of interesting booths for |
the ntertainment of young and ?
old, and have also made many ob-
jects which will serve as prizes.
Uluck.
The carnival, in observance o
The program is one of the ex-1,
tension services of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
which is also a beneficiary agency
of CJA.
FLORIDA MILITARY ACADEMY
MEMBER OF EDUCATIONAL RECORDS NEW YORK
FOR BOYS !
PRESCHOOL 5 6 ELEMENTARY 1-6 *
JUNIOR HI 7-9 SENIOR 10-12
The Florida Military Academy's object is to develop
Character Discipline Leadership in every cadet.
Full Schedule of Athletics Cadets Accented Anytime
Enroll Now Summer School end Camp, June 10
i
the Jewish holiday of Purim, will
take place on Sunday, Mar. 10, from
1 to 5 p.m., at the Home 151 NE
Disaster in Making Unless Aid Comes
To Rescue, Women's Luncheon Is Told
A disaster is in the making for
Jews everywherea repetition of
the Hitler era unless the Amer-
ican Jewish community takes ade-
quate steps to prevent it, said Mme.
ftulette Oppert. addressing an au-
dience of nearly 1,000 women at a
Combined Jewish Appeal lunch-
eon last week at the Seville hotel.
"We are witnessing another
huge wave of emergency emigra-
tion from countries where Jews
are being oppressed, attacked, de-
prived of their liberties and "prop-
erty," she said.
Mme. Oppert has just returned
from Israel and the Mid-East
here she personally observed the
effects of the emergency immigra-
tion crisis upon Israel.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
has two goals this year, it was an-
""need by Mrs. Samuel Simon-
Residents have formed several ?
f functioning committees to handle'^
the arrangements for this carnival.' rt
The following residents compose ?
the committees, who are busily >
working to make this a top-notch ?
affair:
Mrs. Sadie Strauss, Mrs. Pearl \
Kraner, Mrs. Minnie Berliner. Mrs. j^
Sonya Billis, Jacob Goldman, >
prize committee; Mrs. Sidonia I
. Gluck, Harry Rudoph, Adolph. ?
hoff, chairman of the Women's Dl-1 Gerdwagon, Mrs. Anna Jordan. \\
vision. $14004)00 is sought for an Harry Krampner, arrangement .?
Emergency Rescue Fund, Miami's I committee; Mrs. Bessie Mott, Mrs. 1
shere of a national goal of $100,- Minnie Gray, Joel Goldberg. Annie ?
000,000 set by the United Jewish, Rosenberg, in charge of booth con- r
Appeal. The regular campaign struction.
quota for local, national and over-
seas causes is $1/461,00
WRITE: COL. C. K. BOB YOUNG
P.O. BOX 5185, FT. LAUDERDALE Phone JA 3-4733
UNIVERSITY of MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTER, Conductor
"5
SUN., MAR. 24
Miami Beach
Auditorium
MON., MAR. 25
Dade County
Auditorium
1:30 p.m.
\ STERN
BRAHMS' VIOLIN CONCERTO
Tletietll 1S0, *1.7S, 2 00, S2.50. S3.00. S3.50
At: \". 'if M. Symphony offi. M B. Alld DadeCty.
Ami.: Amldon's: Mil. Kailii,. r..nVli.. ~. .I'.iw,
llinayne .Shopping I'Uw.
Some 55 health and welfare ben-
eficiaries axe included in the CJA
drive. Mrs. Bernard Stevens, who
visited Israel in 1056 as a member
of the UJA Study Mission, ad-
dressed the meeting, describing
the numerous overseas and local
programs supported by CJA funds.
Chairman of the luncheon event
was Mrs. Carl Susskind.
Over $32,670 was raised by the
women at the "Luncheon Unlim-
ited," affair. This is the final fund
raising function of the Women's
Division in the current Combined
Jewish Appeal drive.
Also participating in the pro-
gram were Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Party Scheduled
At Home of Aged
Greater Miami Womens Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
scheduled a pre-Purim party for
residents of the. Home Thursday at
Douglas Gardens.
Mrs. Belle Kozloff, Detroit,
Mich., was to be honored. She is a
board member of the auxiliary.
Program slated Mrs. Irving Nel-
son at the piano, with Mrs. Theo-
dore Neison in a group of songs.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program
chairman.
Proceeds for Youth
A luncheon and games party will
I
THE ONE AND ONLY
BALLET RUSSE de MONTE CARLO
Sergei J. Denham, Director
FRI. IVI.. MAR. 15 SAT. MAT. A IYX, MAR. 16 Dodo Ceaety AeaL
ALICIA ALONSO Guest Prima Ballerina
NINA NOVAK
Yvonne Chouttou Irina Berewska
Alan Howard Mieuel Terekhev $
Dtni Lament Kenneth CiHespia
and IGOR YOUSKEVITCH
Ticket.- Eve. 1.75. 2.25. 2.75. 3.50. 4.00 Met. 1.00. 1.50. 2.00. 2.50. 3.00
? At I' of M. Symphony Office Miami Beach Ami. Dade County AuA
\ Anil Ion's M. U. Ka.Ho Cordelia'. Jocelyn B4 BhOMllnfl PtaSB
AAAAAAAAAi
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Purim Carnival Scheduled
Costume ball and carnival fea- i Women's Division president. Mrs.
to* the Purim motif will be j,nez Kr*nsky Mrs. Dorothy K. ^ sponsored by ,hc Miami chap- ?
Md at Beth David Congregation Fink Entertainment included a I ,er o American Jewish Congress I
H". 16 and 17. Scheduled are jSDecial appearance by Emil Cohen, I 0n Tuesday at Beth David Congre-|>
Pfias, contests and a band. The
P">ject is jointly sponsored by the
PTA. Sisterhood and Men's Club.
GREATER MIAMI
CIWA*A'$- WfWKT
SEVEH
Jewish-American humorist, whojgation. Proceeds are for mainte- >
flew in from New York for the | nance of the Louise Waterman
Wise Youth Center in Israel.
occasion.
oi seen thiouyn
"> greatest wonder
M
Sine* am a
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ONIiUSUVAriONS ACC1PTI0
''1:",WWlMBn.wj|!.cii
rsEEsanE
WE DTD IT BEFORE AND WE ARE DOING IT AGAIN
GALA EVENING OF FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT BY
Michel "Attaboy Getzel" Rosenberg
AND OTHER ACTS
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL & CONGREGATION
12th ANNUAL PURIM BALL
Will Be Held SUNDAY. MARCH 17th, at the
Electricians Union Hall 1659 N.W. 17th Ave.
Deac'ni te Mmmmy 6etes eed H's Ortkestm
Sbewtime-SiM p.a.
1
t Sbewtime-I
L
Donntion~$1.50
Pictured are Rock Hudson and Martha Hyer .tan.of BaMto
Hymn." true story, in CinemaScope d jechnirolor^ CoJ.
De?n Hess. cleraVman turned fighter-pilot during[*^Wr
Drama of courageous man who fights as well as he F
also Btars Dan Duryea, now showing at CariO. Miami ana
Miracle Theatres.
The Union of American Hebrew Congregations
levifes yw te fee its leasts at as
EVENING OF JEWISH MUSIC
Sunday, March 10th, 8:15 p.m.
Featuring MR. JEAN BEDETTI
for 29 years First Cellist ef the Boston Symphony
playing "KOi NIDRE" by Max Brack
Directed by MIL ROBIRT STRASSBUR6,
Miami's "Cempeser ef the Year," whose popular folk-opera,
"Chelm," will else be heard.
KfIIGIOUS, ISRAELI, sad TIDOISN MUSIC
Temple Befh Sholom Auditorium
41 st St. I Chase Ave. Miami Beach, Fla.
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Miss Baum Walks Down Aisle
In Full-Length Imported Taffeta
The Pageant room of the Holly- brothers of the bride, and Mar\:n
wood Beach hotel was the setting Dorfman ushered,
for the marriage of Miss Donna The bride chose a full-length
Lee Baum and Frederick Poley. gown of imported crystahne taf-
Sunday. Feb. 24th The bnde is the feta made with traditional point-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Josef to-hand sleeves and featuring a
Baum. Hollywood, and the groom giant back ponf ending in a chapel
i- the son of Mr. and Mrs Ben tram. The standup sabrina neck-
Poley. also of Hollywood. line was emphasued by handclip-
Rabbi David Shapiro, of Temple: P** >*n* lac* motive*, the lace
Sinai, officiated at an altar decor- oesiS" drawn with miniature peart
ated with palms and a white and embroidery The elhow-length dou-
pink floral canopv. Mrs Bernard ble-tiered veil of French illusion
Lippman. aunt of the bnde. was held m place by a five-pointed
soloist. Boeer Greenberg was best
man. and Morton and Alan Baum.
starched Juliet cap of matching
material She earned a white satin
bridal Bible centered with two
pure white brasso orchid*, and
showered with lily-of-the-va!
Matron of honor was Mrs. Morton
Baum. Bndesmatron was Mr* A!an
Baum. and Miss Carmela Ortego
was bridesmaid Flower girls were
Elizabeth and Andrea Baum. nieces
of the bnde
The ceremony was followd by a
reception and cocktails in the Pa-
geant Lounge and a candlelight
wedding dinner and dance in the
Pageant dining room Pink roses
and white baby breath decorated
the tables centered with pink can-
:- were designed
and executed by the
Flower Shops.
mmj. ntfoattCK four
Miss Kelman Now
Mrs. Schulberg
Miss Kraemer
Weds Mr. Bluth
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony Saturday, Feb. 23. at the
Sterling hotel. Miss Helene Krae-
mer became the bride of Arnold
; Bluth Rabbi H. Louis Rottman of-
ficiated, assisted by Rabbi David
Klein, brother-in-law of the bride.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kraemer, of
3145 Pinetree dr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Bluth. of Atlantic City, are the
groom's parents.
The bride selected a traditional
wedding gown of imported chan-
tilly lace with sweetheart neckline
and bouffant skirt with matching
lace gauntlets. Her shoulder-length
French illusion veil fell from a
crown of seed pearls. A pearl
necklace was a gift from the
I groom's parents. She carried pale
pink carnations centered around a
white orchid and lilies-of-the val-
ley on a Bible.
Matron of honor was the bride's
sister. Mrs. David Klein. Brides-
maid was Jane Neustein, and flow-
er girl was Sharon Leslie Wolfe.
S. Howard Bluth. brother of the
groom, was best man. Ushers were
Robert I. Bluth. the groom's broth-
er, Herbert Alan Klein, San ford
Lawrence Klein, and Arnold Wil-
liam Klein, nephews of the bride.
Ring bearer was Keith Randall
Wolfe.
The bride was graduated from
Lear School and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami. Mr. Bluth, who
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Miss Beth Kelman became the
Blackstone bnde of Alan M. Schulberg at the:-aduated" h^AO^aSmSk
I-raehte Center on Sunday. Feb. 24 :Schoo, ^^ degree of As-
Ar*
ts. umou turn

^nd attended the Cnr.
nati.
Upon completion of a honeymoon
on Miami Beach, newlvweoS Mr
Army.
The couple will honeymoon in
Nassau, after which they will be
*S. AUXAMDU DONE*
Wash. Hollywood. Fla.
Doner. Kapchan To Live in Canada
ents are Mr. and Mrs Nate Schul-
berg. 331 SW 21st rd.
\ l>'n completion of a honeymoon -p^. bndes drC5S was of white'at home in Atlantic City, NJ.
Beach. new:>wed* Mr ,a,ln wh (jtted ^^ ^1 -----------------------------------------
Poley will reside at 1634 neckhne and ^^f^ slcirl ^
chapel train was accentuated by a
' polonaise bow. A fingertip illusion
veil was held by a modified tiara
of satin trimmed with pearls and
and Alex- R-.e Doner. Montreal. Canada. Her- sequin* The veil was designed
'-anged wedding *hel Samuel* was hit best man and made bv the bnde* mother
v ws 5 p.m. The bride u a graduate of Citv Ti, k..j ._
Rabbi Irv College in New York, and belonc* Je/ed" fth w^'o^'h ^'h
ta Delra Phi wrority The E,ll! ii .
el graduated from Enck-on ESo^iSrTSL K T" f
- in Canada. He is the own- jEf*. *j?nnt "T '"'
153., er oft>onerS hotel and motel. Rid- m^n^XK>r:;<"
Beech, and ii National Park. Clear- "1..7V Champ'gne taffe,a
ada. *' ter a reception and dinner at The *room had man
re Terrace, the couple {"* t>r,'tner. Richard Schulberg. Al-
. : r a honevmoon to New York rt K*n"nsky. Robert Weil
They will live in Montreal *ndHane>' Kelman. brother of the
The groom is the ton of Mrs and Clearlake.
Beach Residence
For Newly Weds
Saturday evening at the Alj
hotel. Miami Beach. Marilyn
nor Greenberg became the bride)
Irving Marku-
She is the daughter of Mr.
AS PICTURED ON COVER OF MODERN BRIDE' MAGAZINE
.... news-filled gown of romantic nylon
tulle puffed sleeves bateau neckline
. satin bands tracing Empire bodice shim-
_____ mering through tiers of the skirt SI 10.00
arsoqs
3410 CORAL WAY Open Monday Nites
'til 9:30
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER Open
Monday and Friday Nites 'til 9:00
bride, were u-h
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior Hish The groom graduated
from the University of Florida.
A garden reception at the home
of the bride's parents followed the
ceremony. After a honeymoon trip
through Florida, the couple will
live at 3061 SW 2nd >t.. Miami
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mats, nut
*r\ Goldberg United in Vows
-^.Sn^v^SXS^!7 3 Pm a "erne of
New York Citv wer* m,~.~<%-.J her *. Herman Marks, 5201 SW
89th pi.
City, were married Feb
Pre-fVisj Buffet
ofMnovR?be.1 Sakow,,i- President
of Dov chapter Marach. Women.
has announced a pre-P^rmT buffe"t
-PPer party Sunday, 6 p.m.. a
Beth Congregation
Tfoh Inch Wrimtsdm
M^hTonihdiSi*trt,oodw,ns,"-
^ .Tt0raRe,UnDCahv7dn WH""
Mrs Yaakov
***st speaker in a talk on
'he Seminar* "
tuts, mvine mauds
Mrs. Isidor Greenberg. of jlM
Bronx. N.Y. The bridegroom isUj
son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M|
of Chicago.
The bride wore a white ufleUj
gown covered with chantillj u*|
Rabbi S M. Machteai officiated.; gHT^Z7^ni^7^
The bride, given in marriage by
her brother. Samuel Goidfinger.
was attired in a pale blue lace with
orchid corsage.
Mr. Goldberg was given in mar-
! nage by his oldest son. Jack.
A reception followed for all of
auditorium their children and grandchildren.
Rosenberg w.ll be | The couple ,s making tbtir ^m*
train and a crown of orange bke
soms and tulle leave-held herfie
ger tip veil. She carried an nW ]
ment of orchids on a white BiWe.
Sidney Satin was hest mnj*
ers were Al and Herman HoU*
der. Maury Bayman. Stanley A\
hams. Marvin Meti and Sidney |
The couple will IrW in Mi'J
from thtf'
,*** ACM
pierre
CUSTOM TAH0HNC
11M IMC0U MA
Ufe at the Crest apts., 1673 James ave.. Beach on their return
Miami Beach .
I honeymoon
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k Engelson
Tune Rites
;MUr Leo A. Gross 1670
j Miami Beach, an-
jV and Mrs. Urry R.
Manhattan Beach N.Y.
' t i, a graduate of Adel-
'Celson is a firaduate of
fS o" Southern Cali-
jTiember of Zeta Beta
*pU a Junewedding.
elv American
to Dance
Ballet Here
lenity of Miami win pre-
. Ballet Russe de Monte
.three different programs
Countv auditorium Friday
Mar.' 15. and Saturday
md evening. Mar. 16
4 Sergei J. Denham. direc-
. > Ballet Russe He Monte
valued one of his fondest
. the establishment of the
'$ own school in New York
Here students are trained
ng to the standards of the
from the time they
Eon
French ballet, being able to give
the impression of being effort-
lessly air-borne, of unreality. She
is the epitome of the sylph whose
tiny pointed slippers barely
touch the ground. This quality
makes her pre-eminent in classic
roles of the romantic repertoire.
Yvonne Chouteau and all the
stars of the Ballet Russe de Monte
Carlo including Alicia Alonso, Igor
Youskevitch, Nina Novak, Irina
Wren until they are young I Borowska, Alan Howard, Miguel
professionals by some of
lorld's most outstanding
lv ballerina Yvonne Chou-
the Ballet Russe de
[Carlo when she was 14 years
she has developed into
f the brighto>t >tars in Amcr-
allet.
ugh the it of American In-
riteoe, the is a delicate
i ind the most completely
fill major ballerinas. She
cist in the tradition of
Terekhov, Eugene Slavin, Deni La-
mont and Kenneth Gillespie will
appear during the performances
here.
Wedding Plans
For These Girls
Wasserman-Glasser
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wassprm?n,
7521 Hispanola ave.. North Bay
Village, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Gloria, to Irwin
Glasser, 159 N.E. 75th st.
Mr. Glasser is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Glasser of Union-
town, Pa.
A spring wedding is planned.

Karnes-Gregg
Planning to be married in Sep-
tember are Eileen Ruth Karns and
Alan H. Gregg. Their engagement
is announced by her parents, MT.
and Mrs. Samuel A. Karns, 2880
Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach.
Miss Karns, a Miami High grad-
uate, attended the University of
Alabama and is a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon.
Her fiance attended the Uni-
versity of Miami, then served in
the Army in Germany and now is
a student once more at the UM.
He is a member of Zeta Beta Tau.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Greenberg. 1565 Drexel
ave., Miami Beach. He graduated
from Miami Beach High.

Kaufman-Haller
June 9 is the date which Ann
Kaufman and Mitchell Mailer have
set for their wedding. News of their
bethrothal is announced here by
her mother, Mrs. Sylvia M. Kauf-
Mits Karat
Miss Kaufman
Miss kVossermon
man, 510 Valencia ave., Coral Ga-
bles.
Miss Kaufman's fiance is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Haller,
Scranton, Pa.
She is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami, member of Iota
Alpha Pi and works for WQAM.
The late Samuel G. Kaufman was
her father.
Mr. Haller is an alumnus of
Pennsylvania State University,
member of Phi Sigma Delta and
attends the University of Miami
law school where he is a member
of Tau Epsilon Rho.
Jewish Music Eve
Due at Beth Sholom
Emanu-EI Cheers Affiliate Groups
In recognition of the important day evening in the Fontainebleau
role its affiliated organizations play
in the life of Temple Emanu-EI, a
special tribute has been written for
presidents of these groups, which
will be presented at the Temple's
semi-annual social and dance Sun-
Continued from Page 1 B
knhittan following their Feb. 24 wedding Manhattan is at
t hallway to Clearlake, Manitoba, Canada, where the groom owns
ner's Hotel and Motel in Riding National Park Montreal will
> claim the couple part-time when they take up residence .
Mr. and Mrs. William Kline gave a party last Mar. 2 honoring
(encasement of Rene Nussbaum to Larry Michael Kline .
long guests at the Versailles hotel fete were the Morris Alperts
ItheZan Aloerts, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jay Perlmutter, Council-
land Mrs. Harold Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs, Morris Schwartz, and of
irse, the Milton Nussbaums.
Hope you noticed that several of our outstanding leaders were
wig those honored at the Theta Sigma Phi annual "Date with the
!^" luncheon al the Seville Feb. 28 ... In the list of Ten Com-
mty Beadliners cited by the fraternity were Malvina (Mrs. Sey-
w) Liebman, ; i brilliant record in the field of public school
'ion Sylvia (Mrs. Nathaniel) Levin, for untiring aid to
hvsically and mentally handicapped Adele (Mrs. Mac)
ill Faske, assistant county-solicitor, for promoting law requiring
way husbands to support the wives they left behind them .
IMana-Zocca, composer and pianist, whose inspiring music has
ght happme to the world .
Susia Marbey, of the UM, received the campus headliner award
r her leadership and scholastic record And a special head-
w award went to Sylvia Porter, financial analyst and syndicated
Wnnist, who was guest speaker at the luncheon.
hotel, according to Samuel Fried-
land, president.
Participating in the program
will be Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan,
president of the Sisterhood;
Jules P. Channinq, president of
the Men's Club; Mrs. Raphael K.
Yunes, president of the Parent-
Teacher Assn.; Leon Sirkin, pres-
ident of the Perfect Circle; Josh-
ua Rephun, president of Young
Adult Croup; Mrs. Isidore New-
man, president of Forty-Niners;
Mrs. Albert Shapiro, president of
the Theatre Guild; and Charles
Phillips, president of the Teen-
Age Council.
These affiliated groups have
been created by the Temple to
meet the needs and interests of the
members and their families from
earliest youth to fullest maturity,
according to Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, spiritual leader of the con-
gregation.
Included on the program for the
evening will be a welcome to its
many new members who have join-
ed Temple Emanu-EI during the
past few months.
Highlighting the affair will be
the election of officers and mem-
bers of the board of directors for
the ensuing year. The supper and
dance is open to all Temple mem-
bers and their families.
An evening of Jewish music is
planned at Temple Beth Sholom
Sunday. Jean Bedetti for 29 years
first cellist with the Boston Sym-
phony Orchestra, will be the fea-
tured, artist in a program directed
by Robert Strassburg.
Bedetti will play "Kol Nidre," by
Max Bruch; "The Voice of the
Psalmist," written for him by
Strassburg; and "Prayer," by Er-'
nest Bloch.
The program is sponsored by
the South Florida Council of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, parent body of 540
Reform congregations through-
out the country.
|
The program also includes the
song, "Lamentation,'' from the Jer-
emiah Symphony, by Leonard Bern-
stein, which will be sung by Goldie
Sussman. soprano; a modern folk
opera, "Chelm," written by Strass-
burg and sung by the choir of Tem-
ple Judea, Coral Gables; "Oy a
Nacht a Sheine," by Max Helfman,
sung by Mrs. Sussman; and "El
Yivne Hagalil," sung by the choir.
Bedetti has been acclaimed as
one of the world's outstanding
cellists. Strassburg, composer,
conductor, pianist and Miami's
Composer of the Year" for 1955,
was formerly associate conductor
of the New York Ballet Theatre
at the New York City Center.
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Groudan, president.
Scheduled is a four-act play,
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by Mrs. Miriam Teplitx and direct-
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Cast Includes Mrs. Frank Fine,
Mrs. Jeanette Krutehek, Mrs.
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Yeshiva Chapter Here Will Honor
Robinson at Charter Day Celebration
Leo Robinson. South Florida
business, religious and communal
leader, will be honored at the first
annual charter day dinner of the
South Florida chapter of Yeshiva
University, Max J. E:ra announced
Wednesday.
The dinner will be held in the
Grand Ballroom of the Font a
I lean hotel on Wednesday n.
Mar. 27, according to Etra. eh
man of the board of tni
ran univer-ity Oder
Jewish
Robinson, who it president of
the South Florid* chapter and
helped to found the organization,
will be fted for "his outstand-
ing se->iee to the American Jew-
ish comirijni^y and t> various
corPTuna! causes in this area."
Robinon holds executive posi-
with several financial insti-
tutions, and has played a major
role in the expansion of the Uania
Bank in reseat it. oaths. He is an
active leader of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America
Benjamin I. Binder. Charles
Fruchtman Isidore Goldberg N C
Goldman of West Palm Beach, and
S. E. Schwartz, all vice chairmen
of the South Florida chapter, said
an outstanding dinner committee'
is now being formed.
Approximately 50 leaders of the
chapter met at the Seville hotel
Tuesday night to formulate plans
for the dinner, which will celebrate
the granting of a charter to Ye
shirs University 12 years ago.
Judge Oscar Caplan, secretary,
and Benjamin Rudnick, treasurer,
said invitations will be in the
mail next week to the affair,
which promises to be the great-
est event ever held in the South
in behalf of Yeshiva University.
Trouble
To Spur
Shooters' Set
Vital Fund ft
U0 K0BIHS0N
North Dade Men
To Be Installed
J3ck Fnedland will be installed
president of the Men's Club of
North Dade Jewish Center Tues-
! day evening.
Other officers to be installed by
State Attorney Richard Gerstein
Will he Philip Schulman. vice presi-
i dent; Ewald Ziffer, treasurer; Dr.
Abraham Pemsler. recording sec-
Seville hotel will be the site Monday evenine
ing Squadron" members. 8 a ntelji
Some 35 community leaders here are expected
to trouble shoot stop gaps in the flow of \,k sav ""h
final critical weeks of the 1957 Combined Jewih Iunih<
The "Squadron" will go into ac-|--------___' APWal cu
tion immediately following the j j. h
Monday meeting to secure nearly : s a quarter of a million dollars in Rqsi' ^'"sko, R^
outstanding big gifts which were pj)*?_H"rR,I ,rvin &mIJ
given last year but not renewed in cm" Ph Dun^J
the current emergency campaign.
"Only Masoned CJA veterans
are being asked to spearhead this
important activity," Abo Kur-
man, chairman, declared Wed-
nesday. 'The success of the 1957
Flying Squadron can easily spell
victory or defeat in this year's
drive."
rotary.
Alfred
seen
at-arnis:
chaplain;
Rabbi Henry Okolica.
and Abraham J. Gittel-
MOKSiS B. MAHK
30th Anniversary
For Beth Jacob
i Jacob Congregation will
celebrate its 30th annivi
a banquet Sunday evening; al
the synagogue. 311 Washington

Miami Beach Councilman Ber-
nard Frank is chairman nf the
affair, which will honor his father,
past president of Beth Jacob Mor
ris B. Frank.
According to David Whitman,
president. Judge Malvin Englander
Will act as master of ceremonies.
An anniversary Sabbath will be
held at Beth Jacob Saturday eve-,,
The group expects to campaign
in all divisions, with special atten-
tion paid to "trouble points."
"It is only through intensive ef-
forts such as these during the com-1
ing weeks that we will be able to
put over the top this year's all-1
important drive," Kurman said .
Among top community campaign-
ers expected at the Monday meet-
ing are R. Williams Apte, Sam
Blank. Leo Chaikin, Leo Eisenstein,
Leon Ell, Bess Glasser. Lou Gold-
man, Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, A. J.
Harris. Sam Heiman, Aaron Kan-
man.
Myers and Rabbi
R"P.ct,bi,, ^2TV
*om' aetiisj,
POSITION AS
My. Sleeeia, i.,
at Orlean, Apt,.. .
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Call FR M795 far
Berk Do,id Co.,
- S.W. 3rd An
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan. South-
astern regional director of the uni-
ty, reported executive offices
have been moved to the Miami,
Beach Federal bldg.. Suit 6-G. and son. avsistant chaplain,
that reservations for the dinner
may lie made there.
Other members of the executive
committee of the South Florida'
chapter include Dr. David S An
dron, Leonard Barr. R. Williams j
Apte. Herman M. Berk. Philip Berk-1 put w
ow.tz. Shepard Broad. Sam Brody. n( lh^\J ^ Pearson^ president
Jack A. Cantor. Mrs Louis Wt^'STS' "r' ^
ser. Maurice Goldring. Sol Gold- ^L^TV ,i. *, ,Governor*
man. Joseph Hoffman. Paul Jacobs, i J^ Smml.- % i?^^10^1
M J Korwlow,., irhii iM...^.Rescue Committee of Florida. Dr.
iner. David Kirsch. J. M. Kopelo-
Preston. corresponding; wita, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Sam
Morris Koenig. sergeant-JLacnman- s- C- Levin.son. Joe Lip-
Henrv Okolica ,on- Marvin Markowiu, Joe Mech-
low. David Phillips. Joe Rose. Carl
Weinkle, Ehiel Lesowoder, Oscar
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'Salute to Hungary' Dinner Planned;
Leading Figures on State Committee
I'll- V W !"..,.., ____tJ___a I ._ .
Purim Time Means
'Happy Time' with
Calvert Reserve
David Levinson. Edward Lassman.
| Marcie Liberman. Seymour B. j _.. Var ,
Liebman. Mrs Anna Brenner, ^L^J,H uhe ^"tainebleau
Meyers. Jack Muravchick, Jack W I haifl^*na de Hirsch Meyer, gen-
: eral chairman of the committee, an-
; Olshen. Col. Nat Rood. Samuel
Keinhard. Harold Shapiro, Harold
j Spaet. Harry Simonhoff, Jerry Suss-
man. Harold Thurman, Rabbi Hen-
ry' Wernick and Joseph Zemel.
Purim is by tradition a joyous!
holiday. In the old country. Purim '
players dressed in outlandish cos-
tumes and sometimes, wearing'
heavy makeup, would go from
house to house and perform before
family gatherings, delighting both
young and old.
Here, in the United States, this
quaint and amusing custom i- vir-
tually extinct. But there are other
beautiful Purim traditions to which
we still adhere. We still exchange
Purim goodies, read the story of
Purim. and we still visit each other
during the holiday.
Speaking of these pleasant fam-
ily visits reminds us to remind you
about Calvert Reserve. Be sure
you have enough for the holiday
Vou will have lots of people droo-
ping in for a visit, and you will
want to give them a fine treat
Weil, when it comes to whiskeys
there is none finer than Calvert
Reserve, the whiskey of good will I
No other whiskey is so satisfying'
to the Jewish taste, for its mild '
mellow flavor, its magnificent bou- i
quet mark it as one of the finest I
sure ^hM '"f,hC Wrld- YU Can Unowned Cantor Maurice Can
sure that if you visit your friends choff will chant the litunriMi
orrelat1ve.sdurinePurimoratanvltions of the ZrSL F E P'"
other time, for that matter, the -
probability is high that you will
be served Calvert Reserve. It is
nounced Wednesday.
The $50 a plate dinner will be
one of the most glamorous social
events of the year. Proceeds will
help to finance the IRC's Hungarian
relief program and the thousands
'Life of Reason1
Wclfson Subject
^\&^/-S= ^ys^szr-x
of refugees still awaiting repatria-
tion in Austria. Meyer stated.
"Salute to Hungary" day is a
statewide affair. Funds collect-
ed in this area will be used here
primarily. Samuel Friedland,
president of Food Fair, told
Mayor that ho will "actively
help to mole, the dinner e suc-
cess."
Leading figures in business and
social circles are active members
of the Governor's committee. They
are Leonard L. Abess, Mrs. Henry
Balaban. Mayor Randall N. Christ-
mas. J. M. Cox Jr.. George S. Engle.
George Farkas. Samuel Friedland,
Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, Erwin Har-
den, Mrs. George Kennedy. Harold
F. Oltz, Hon. Claude Pepper, Mrs.
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Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th st
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This will mark the ninth lec-
tor, on "The Philosophy of Spin-
o.a' and will be based on the
fourth book of Spinoza', Ethics.
Saturday evening Dr. Jacques
Fresco. Miami psychologist, will
lecture on "You and Your Environ-
ment.
r.fIJhrr>,IKc,ruha* former P^dem
of he Health and Happiness Club,
will preside.
CANTOK Ispg GANCHOFF
Cantor Ganchoff
At Kneseth Israel
therefore, no more than right that
you should honor your guests, just
as you are honored, with Calvert
Reserve.
So dont neglect ordering your
Calvert Reserve. And it is a good
idea to keep a bottle of Calvert
Reserve at all times in the house.
Your "L'Chayim" will always be
more joyous with Calvert Reserve
ST.
eve-
n.ng and Saturday morning at
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Cantor Ganchoff has appeared
in major congregations throuoh-
out the United State, ,d Can-
A choir under the direction of
tli Samiels will assist Cantor Gan-
choff at the services.
Joseph Schreihman will accom-
pany the cantor at the organ for
a special Sunday night concert at
Kneseth Israel.
Purim on Agenda
Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
Mi:rU;;""1-"'Thursday evening Q
Eddie Rickenbacker, Fred Snite
and Niles Trammel. The IRC has
been in operation since 1933. Since
then, it has helped escapees from
dictators and tyrannical govern-
ments.
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Temple Zion. Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz. of Zamora Jewish Center, will
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RESTAURANT
'liters %
lor intormMri
HAZEL ALLISON
Cate/rlna Director,
St. ea Collins) ve.
Your Hosts
NICK* ARTHUR .
e^ent chorcoo. ****
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polote -
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1&01 79th St Cousewey
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! AIR CONDITIONED LOWEST POSSIBLE PIKES
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Rabbi I. N. Ever, Director
Free Parkinq on Premises 2 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
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it scrsibni pcicts!
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Yet you will enjoy all the glamour
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And rememberhere at the Seville
a luncheon for ten or a banquet
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with the same gracious ease'
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DEPARTMENT
OCEANFRONT. 2th TO 30th STREETS. MIAMI BEACH
JEHerson 2-2511
J
WORLD
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, Dine in Air Conditioned Comfort at
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CHEFS tSTAR SPECIAL
Inn
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Includes:
FILET MIGNON CHARCOAL BROILED
Shrimp CoefctaM Qreen Vegetable
Choft Salad But Cup of Coffee
e Baked Idaho Potato in Town
Cottane Cheeae Choice of Oettert
and Chivea Relith Tray
Garlic Bread Rolla and Butter
COmniTE SEA/0O0 AND SHORE DINNERS frees $1.75
Open Dslty tllBB S.SS. to 1:00 a.m. Sunday a 'rom 12 Noon
Group Luncheons
250
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Stuzin Appointed
To Committee
David Stuzin. president of the
Citizens Federal Savings and Loan
\MD. of Hialeah. has been appoint-
ed to the 1957 Committee on Pub-
lic Supervision and Examination of
the I'nited States Savings and Loan
League.
The appointment was announced
recently by Roy M Hut, Mem-
phis. Tenn.. president of the
League, which k the nationwide
trade organization of the savings
and loan business and represents
more than 4.300 savings associa-
tions and cooperative bank~
The committee on Public Super-
vision and Examination Btwl
methods and procedures for im-
proving supervision of savings as-
sociations by public agencies and
develops information on savings
institution operation* helpful to
public supervisory bodies.
VAYtHU BY HENRY LEONARD
DAVID STUZIN
MMB^^MHB^iK
Art Exhibit Due
Normandy Isle
Don Steward. ,-.rt instructor at
I Florida State University, will be
next artist to exhibit at the Nor-
mandy l>le Branch. Washington
Federal Saving! and Loan Asm
.of Miami Beach.
A graduate and master of fin*
arts from the University of Iowa,
Steward has been a Floridian
since 1954. He has exhibited in
Paris and in major galleries in
this country.
His show is one of a series spon-
sored by Washington Federal as a
public service, through arrange-
ment with Eugene Massin of Coco-
nut Grove and the I niversity of
Miami art school.
Frido
DEP|ND
"i^in i,u
>HO.,UND/
sebrTnq
Attention
LtOH IPSTUN
Epstein Opens
New Law Office
Leon Epstein opened new offices
Mar. 1 for the practice of law at
Suite 329 in the Mercantile Bank ,
bldg., 420 Lincoln rd.. Miami Beach.
Epstein has announced his with-
drawal from partnership in the law
Jirm of Myers, Heiman and Kaplan.
He was a partner for five years and
member of the firm for ten years.
Epstein came to Miami in 1945
i ni Long Island. He is a member
'! the New York and Florida Bar
and also belongs to the Dade Cojn-
1v Bar Assn.
He has been admitted to prac-
tice before the United States Su-
preme Court in Washington. Dur-
ing World War II, Epstein ser-
ved as a member of the Judge
Advocate General's Department
and was discharged from the ser-
vice with the rank of captain.
Epstein is a member of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation board
of governors and has been on its
budget committee for the past
three years. He is present Iv serv-
ing as vice president of the Greater
Aliami Jewish Community Center
and is also chairman of the Beach
Planning Council of GMJCC.
A member of Miami Beach Post
Oi" Jewish War Veterans. Epstein
is also on the board of education
nf Temple Emanu-El and a Mason
and Shriner.
Boxing Bouts Due
Six net Ion-paced ooxing bouts
sanctioned by the A.A.U. and spon-
sored by the Men's Club of Beth
Emeth Congregation will be held
Thursday evening, Mar. 14, at
Miami Beach auditorium. An-
nouncer is Angelo Dundee. Cy Gott-
fried will be referee.
REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN
NEEDED
!> "JITBn E- Bu,'r, Realtor
13030 N.W. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
LET'S
USE
PRESENT
SIGHT'
\uu can uisregard hind-sight
and it is not necessary to con-
sider fore-sight as this is a
tremendous investment right
now. 71 units rented on a
weekly basis at $11.00 plus
three stores at $65.00, $75.00
and $135.00 per month Ex-
tremely low-operating expen-
ses and a low down payment
make this a real opportunity
for YOU. Call ja 3-1411
night or dayask for 1-350
ANACONDA REALTY CO.
Realtors
303 E. Las Olas
FORT LAUDERDALE
Miami Attorney
Named to Board
Alvin Cassell. Miami attorney,
has been elected a member of
the board of directors of I'nited
Hias Service worldwide Jewish mi-
gration agency.
I .i-sel. of 56 Samana dr., is chair-
man of the budget committee and
member of the board of governors
of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. He is also president of the
Jewish Family Service of Miami.
He is a vice president and director
of the American Savings Building
and Loan Assn. of Miami Beach
and counsel and trust officer of the
MADCNTON, FASTEST
GROWING SPOT ON
FLORIDA'S WEST COASTI
lea me for' beat bargain* in
homes from HTM; duplex**
From 111,SSI apta, from i
'"in I1T.SM; night labs
from < n .
MS; trailer court* from C
and riiniiv other Invest
sad btti m
SPECIAL: Business Building
with elevator and parking
lot; stores downstairs, offices
upstairs; $160,000. Rents
$18,000 per year.
29rf down, balance 5%
20 year mtg. Nets $5,000 per
year after down payment,
mortgage payment and all
expenses.
*rlf for Free listing Sheet!
0. Frank Weitetler, Mar.
SOOTHWIST WAITY
3M1 14th St., W.
Bradenten, Florida
Mercantile National Bank of Miami
Beach.
* '
','.':' ':l"rcdlm
' per acre. % '
4 ,' Term,"
1 '.'WO Ft Z
fr..ni Pi "
5. I*, lou ,,nd ,
two lake, '"*
-""' A.-KKS.e*,-
mil" k. .ii'lmn,i*~"l
roa.l frontan ill ill
ance ovei i0 ,..' "i
ATMo.NU w.JiS*
Ti phone BY
!" Orel,, Start:
- Co ..
Ft. Myers Area
MOST desirable tract ea Plae
Island, 1 mile frontage paved
reed 767, like ameant water-
frentaae. M7 acres at $400 per
acre, 2?% down.
James M. Lynch, Broker
325 N.W. 54th Street
Ph. PL 1-4165 and PL 9-3071
FORT MYERS
OPPORTUNITY I
700 ACRES NIARCITYu..
active center frsataai"
pertant boulevard. $310 m,
29% cash and balance II (
payments. Fine i>Mimm i
JEFFCOTT
Realty Invesfmertl
2400 FIRST STKtT
FORT MTERS, not*

lOGUST 3R0S p.
' I h. AC v I '
IS the bhST'
3-Year Guarantee
Is the guarantee of the New Rigid Virain V.ni c i,
wllh periodic iMPecOM *** gZ
SPECIAL
With each Complete System we will install FREE a
KD FERTILIZER & CHINCH BUG IN ECTQR
"The only pa^et/ in.ector vvorfcing off the J^L
CALL NOW FOR FREE ESTIMATES
R. V. Sprinkler Co.
Phone PL 7-1643
12316 N.W. 7th Ave. Bank Financing
DADE FEDERAL HOME LOANS
to BUY. BUILD. REFINANCE, REPAIR or
REMODEL Inquiries Invited, No Obligation.
COMMERCIAL MONEY ALSO AVAILABLE t
I Largest"
I pade Federal
+i t/AVIH [ AN A .-. now of Ai'4*t'
.';
* CONVINIINT OF*ICtS TO SUM *0U
41 .L First AvaiM 5787 I.W. 7t* *
INI S.W. lib Street I4N I.W. II* ***
Your SAVINGS here EARN SlA^
w.tfc INSURED SAFETY #'*
Opan or odd fo your occoeMf by *" ?H)
Ma 10th ad ^ f,om thm first. J u-w"?'
RESOURCES EXCEED 100 MILLION DOLLARS


NOTICE
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NllTICK IS IIKKEBY CIVKN that
Hi, undersigned, desiring to mm* in
., under the fl.-tlilous i..,
S M BI'ILIWRS HI 1 r.r-n 1 N E. nth
Court, North Ml ten Intend to
ltd I In- i 'i i k of
Florida.
i vvi: MANDELL
\.\i STERN
1/U-JJ S/l-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the un.l. i algi ed, desli Ing to n.
busln. as unde ihe fl .me of
mi. i IBI'Lora WOMAN ,.t lift
id, Mlnml Ren h, f
with
i Dads
Florida.
PAHl'l -is DRESS .- HOP INC
llv ItliKEKT ...'I I'I'.X.
:t I -i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN Hint
the undei "iiHi. 'I. dei l' Ing i
- under the Metl i--:i-* names of
EASTERN VAN LINKS. QOLT2MAN
RI)8., ALI-HTATE VAN LINES
\ \.\ MOVING IRAGE, AA
ALL-STATES VAN LINES al HI N.
E. 7 ml, l-'l"i Ida Intends,
to register said names with tin Clerk
the Circuit Conrl of Had.- County,
-\ .
i- OOLTSMAN
Kl.VNRR K MANNHEIMBR
Attorney* for Robert Goltzmnn
FOR PAE
I ,N PROBATE
TATK OF
No. 39983-A
COURT OF THE
.^CIRCUIT "N AND
'COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
ti, PUBLICATION
INER.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREBY 0 I V R N
; Hi i u- :,-' i iiu i,, en-
i It loin
name --r AVON HOMES al I'll N r.
th I' 'in i. No th M h. In-
ii h the
Clerk of the Cln uli 'ouri ol i inda
l'ounl>. II- -
AltTHIIt VIT.II, Sole Owr
Aim I in CSVUKi:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN thnt
Hi. undersigned, desiring to encage In
th. th i II loin in. mei of
CONVENTION a EXHIBITION MIM-
BOORAPHIKU SERVICE; CONVEN-
TION /.- KXHIBITION LETTER SER-
VICE; CON VENTII 11 I \ I
TION DUPLICATING SERVICE; THE of Dade County. Florida.
MAIL. BOX; MIS.....iRAPM; THE I MARTIN It.
BOL'THWEBTER al Miami, Florida, {STANLEY M. PRED
Intend t<, register sni.i names with lAttoi applicant
the I 'l.. u of the Circuit "."u. i of Dad
County, Hi.: ill.,
in \i:i.i:s & ma it i w
FRKEFIELD, Uwnera
i:,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underahrneo?. desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
JANITORIAL SERVICES COMPANY
.ii littt N.E. Mh Court, North Miami
I:. .,--i. Intenda lo i
win. On Clerk of the Circuit Court
DEE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN thnt
Al loi n. ) f' Applicant.
i, -In Hum
i/t-8-U
r
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
the underslum d. desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
the undersigned, desiring to engage in HAND MAIDS ..l MIAMI al Ml N E
business under the fictitious name of 174th St.. North Miami Beach, Florida
SUPERIOR VENDING at 701 c..n- Inlands to register said name with the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens,
, I. the fictitious nan..- of
DIVE INN :.. 177:; N.w. 7s Street, Mi-
ami, Florida, inu-nd to reflate.
H-lih th.- clerk >,f th.- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
ANNIE s TAYl.ult.
KENNETH DOWNES,
B. lie OWI
KF.8SLER OARS
Ann. n. vi foi Applicants
1998 8.W. Ul Street
2/12, 1/1-8-1 ,
t'.
riaNSKR
. it n.-w York
Ib,r*hy noUfled thai a Com-
,r 5,'orc. 1, been filed
hereby re-
_rvf OOSf Of v"iir Answer
Cuint torDlvorce on .*"
9 ,,.. office of 1 tor* '
before the
'-Biding intends to ni.-lM.-i said
name with the Clerk of the Cln ill
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SUPERIOR BALES CORP.
A Mr. Corp
PALLOT. SILVER & MCLLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
7111 CongreCt Bldg.
I lh-U 3/1-8 ___________
[
...i,l "
I be I"
.1 In
.mplalnl i ,t
is confeoesd
a :th day of February,
I p. LEATHERMAN,
derk Cln .11 Court,
Ih met, JR., Hepuij Clerk.
liK A- WALLER
1 (or Plaintiff
, Road
act, Urn Ida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage In
l.u.siness under the fictitious name of
SUPERIOR VENDING BALES at 701
0,tigress Building Intend.-, t.i register
s.iid name with the Clerk of tl
< uit Court of 1 i.hIi- County, Florida.
si PERIOR sales CORP.
.\ M.-i. Corp.
PALLOT. SILVER M1I.IX)T
Attorneyi t..r Applicant
HI Congress Bldg.
I 1,-22 3/1-8
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. I".,.- 1,1 ,
JACK ISM..WIT/,, lime .,WIi,.r.
ARTHCIl I BNYDER
Attorn.> for Hand Males of Miami
3/1-X-15-22
OWN
TO CREDITORS
(tors and All Person! Bay-
lor Demands Against s.ii.I
Mrh of you ere hereby
required to pi agent any
demands w hi, h \ ou. Off
niav have against the
[ CROW \ !- eaaM late
Ida, i" th liim-
tt Judges of Bade County.
1 s.ii'1- In their office! in
rCourth-.u-r In I 'ad,, t'nun-
, within eight .'iilendar
1 Ihe date of the flret pub-
ild .lsims or de-
cuntiin the legal address
timint and to he sworn to
ted as afote.i.tid, or same
See Section 733. IS of
IProbate Act.
ffbruir. :i, AD. 1957.
CBOWN
icutrii of the I^st Will and
of Jack PreWn, Deceased.
* HANNHEIMKR
1 KaM
ich, Florida
1 (01 K.eeutrly
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business un.l.-r the fictitious name of
CHI'S SUNDRIES at 2*20 N. W. 27th
Avenue, Miami. Ha., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
- Court of Dade County, Florida.
DANIEL QOLDBERO.
KTII Kl. <;. M.I iBERQ
CNQERLEIDBR & WIN TON
Attorneys for Daniel and
Ethel c.l.iiKTg
rtll Lincoln Road. Miami Bea.-h. Fla.
I I ---22 3/1-8
NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
trotter PLYWOOD CO., e/o Qenel
A- Qenet. Attorneys, 120 Elnroln Road,
Miami Beach, Morl.la. Intends to reg-
ister said name with th,. Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade Countv, Florida.
ARTHCR TROTTER
QENET* QENET
Attot ni-\ 1 (<' A|i|dn-ant
12n I.in. .,In Hirnd
1 I-8-J5
NOTICE
I _'-'. : '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'.'l'l.i: is HEREBY OIVEN that
the Und. age In
1 ler the fictitious nai.....if
In in,- CIO of Miami B< a. h,
Int. nil 1 the said
Clerk .,f tin- C
1 'on. 1 ol 1 'ad.- County, Florida.
Dated in lorlda, this ll.th
day of February l''"T
ARNl il 11 W M Kl It
LOUISE WALKER
WEPMAN WEPMAN
Bldg.
1/15-11 S/l-S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the ut.tl.-iMKneil. desiring t.i engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOPE SCHOOL at 6 South Weal
1th Street, Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of luili- County,
Florida.
SKI BISBNBERO, President,
Hope School.
EMANUBL LEVENBi ,\
Attorney for Hojm Bchool,
809 BIScayn.- Bldg.. Miami 32, Fla.
2/15-22 S/l-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QrVEN thai
the unde reigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
Rt'PERIOR BOX A: VENDING CO at
Building Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Had.- County, Florida.
BUPERIOR SALES CORP.
a Kl:. Corp.
PAI.I.OT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
7"i Congress Bldg.
:' 1,-22 3/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BUNNY ISLE I.ACNI.I'OMAT at
2,1 Bunny Isle Boulevard. Sunny Isle.
Dade County. Fla.. Intend to register
Id name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM A. ACREE
DORIS 1. ACREE
M. LESTER KAAL
Attorney for Applicant
412 Blscavne Building, Miami 32
t/i-i-u-n
ICIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
M COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
|V No. 199119.
I BY PUBLICATION
rONDONE
aintlff.
LOUEMBER CONDONE,
gjeauL
NOTICE UNDIR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WIO-WARM SHOES at 183-30 N.E.
22nd Court, North Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, Intends to register said naiu. With
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ESTHER I- FLANZBAl M
residing at li N.E 172nd Street
No. Miami Beach. Florida
ALBERT I. ROSEN
Attorney for Esther F. Flangbaum
ho.-. Lincoln Road,
.Miami Beach, Flu.
3/1-8-L, 22
: kki.i :m 1:1.1; CONDON!
Met Court
' Uai Wand
Itrt
tt HEREBY NOTIFIED that
,"-omj.lai.it f. Divorce has
ml vou are
** cop) of
nherwlse plead to the
'or [>h..... on the
Plaintiff, AARON M
Shprela i.l Building. Ml-
nd fli,. the original of
'" I'l'i.ilmu In ,1,
"I Ihe Clr. ull Court In
,1 Ml-
-- '" '''' Ill- Mh .lav
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA ___
To ALL To WHOM-THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME (1RBBTINOS:
Whereas, STELLA STKIiN. MIAMI.
FLORIDA; STANLEY I' COHN. Mi-
ami. FLORIDA; SAUL B. LEVINE.
Miami. FLORIDA, did on the Ittb
of August. A l>. Isee, cause 1
in, orporated under the provlsl.
Chapter 108, Florida Statutes, RENEE
NEWMAN. INC., a 10. poiatn.n. With
its principal place of business it MI-
AMI. DADE COUNTT, In the State of
Florida, and whereas the propei ""'-
cars 23r.l d\ of I ebruary, A l> IW7, cause
to be filed In the office of the Sec-
retary of stale of the State of Florida,
1. doll authenticated resolution adopt-
ed b) the stockhold. rs under 1;
int) Florid ""- "' yuUi Chafrter tot, Florida
W HTOCKINQ St.itutes, showing the dissolution ol
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BUSINE8S FINDERS al 127 N E. let
Avenue, Miami, Morl.la Intends t,
reglstei .-it iii name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
da.
MAfitli'E BP1WAK, Sole Owner.
WALTMAN & COHEN. Attys.
Attorneys for ATlplicant.
IIM Congress Bldg.
3/1^-8-13-22____________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY No. 198861
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CARol.E KltEHC JURIST,
Plaintiff.
vs.
DAVID Jt>SEPH JURIST.
I '.l.ml.i nt
To Mil. |.AVID JOSEPH JURIST,
Defendant,
255 Grand Avenue,
Ereeport, Ix>ng Island, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been fifed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or other pleading on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney, CARL EDWIN LIP-
TON. 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original thereof
In the Office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 29th day
of March, 1957, or a Decree Pro Con-
fesao will be entered against you.
Dated at Miami Beach, l>ade County,
Morida. this 27th day of February,
AD. 19T.7.
(seal) E. il. LEATHEItM.W.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
it % WM. W. ST0.Kl.N1;
3/1-8-15-21 __________________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 31949-B
In HE: Estate of
ARTHUR HIRSCHMAN
I N 1 cased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is In 11 In given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
liistrihutlon und Mm.l Discharge us
An.-lllar\ Administrator c.ts of the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business un.l.-r the fictitious name of
M. CORIHNK INTERIOR DE81QN8
at 814 Reynold Building. Miami In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Morida.
WALTER SMITH
STANLEY PRED
Att..in.\ f.,i Applicant
8U Beybold Bldg.
1/15-11 3, 1-8
notice by publication
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida, in and for dade
county. in chancery no. 19s582
BlIKLOS HHAI'X,
Plaintiff
El.ABA BRAIN.
I 0 f. n.la nt
TO: KLARA BRAUN
96'. lloe Avenue.
Bronx. NY.
You KLARA BRAUN
Apt. 1A
are hereby no-
tified that a Hill of Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed against you. and
you are resulted to serve a copy
your
to serve a copy of
. Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attor-
ney. Frederick N. Barad. 1 Llnocln
Road Bldg.. Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 25th
day of March, 1957. If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be tajten
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 15th day of February,
B. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Fk.ida.
By R. H RICK. IK,
Deputy Clerk.
FREDERICK N. BARAD
1 Lincoln Koad Bldg.
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff.
2/12, 3/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 39887-A
In Re; ESTATE I IF
ROSE W EX LER
ised
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstati :
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required t-, present any
claims and demands which VOU, or
either of roll, mac have against the
of ROSE WEXLER de-
.1 1 Lite of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade Cotinty, and file the same in
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dad! 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 and to be sworn
... .imi presented as af.....said, or same
will he barred. See Section 733.16 of
the IMi Probate Act.
Date February 7. A.D. 1957.
HARRY WEXLER
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Rose. Wexler
EI.ltY STONE
Attorney at law
1010 Congress Bldg..
Miami. Morida.
Attorney for Executor
1/15-11 3/1-8
01 L10,*,' ""' J'"1*-......fbl de-
,., for
th. r.i ,
aVaST' K1rM" """ ,,h
B>: \\ \i
.1.,.....r AUTIlli: HIRSCHMAN, dc-
reaaed; and thai on the Itth daj i-f
March. ItST, I w ill npph '" the Hon-
orable County Judges of Ds.ie Count..
Florida, f"i approval of said Final R. -
port and r,,i distribution and final dis-
charge si Ancillary Administrator
.' T A of iiu- SStatS "f th.- above nam-
, ,1 decedent. /
This mh day of February, 1957.
(s) IRWIN 1: KOTT
As Ancillary Admlnlstrntoi C.T.A
of tin id AltTHIIt HIBS'H-
MA N, Dec.
MYERS, HEI.MAN a KAPLAN
Attorneys for Anclltary
Admlnlstrntoi C T.A.
Addn ""I.l Building
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Now. therefore, the M 1, tary of
State does hereto crtlf> to the fore-
going and that he is satlalfled that
the requirements of law have been
1 o.upli.ii with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto lei my hand and have
affixed the lireat Seal of the
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Cap-
ital, this the TWENTY THIRD
of FEBRUAR1 A I' T'-.
(Mat) R. A. ORAY.
I letary of State.
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IDA. No. 19g34.0
IN RE: DISSOLUTION OF
PHI RP HOt'SlNO .-ORI-ORATION
OF FLORIDA,
a non-nrolit rorpois.',,n.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
CORPORATION NOT FOR PROFIT
TO ALL TIH-: CREDITORS AND ALL
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or before ih.- lMh day of -
iherwise, the Petition hereto-
fore filed in this iause will be granted
BATE I' al Miami, Florida, this lib
das of Feb., 1 _.
' r......n II Newman, Dlr. -
ii,- .1 Alhoum. Dire, i,,i.
Andrew J. Novak. Director.
M. JAY UEltl.lNElt
Attorney for Petitioner
1404 Blsoayne Bldg.. Miami Si, Fla.
| It-tl 3-1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDOES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
MICHAEL FEINSTEIN
I>eceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors snd All Persons Hav-
ing Claims 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 FEINSTEIN de-
reased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
their offl.-es In the County Courthouse
In l>nde County. Morida. 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 and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
Mill be barred. See Section 733.1* of
the 194.'. Probate Act.
I>ate February 7. A.D. 1957.
CEI.IA FEINSTEIN
As Executrix of the I.ast Will and
Testament of Michael Felnsteln.
deceased.
ELRY STONE
inn. Congress Ri.ig.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Cells Felnsteln
1/15-22 3/1-8
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