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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 15, 1957

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 15, 1957

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01519

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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[Volume
31 Number 11
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WEEKIY
_______________Miami; Florida, Friday, March 15, 1957^
Price 20*
Television star Steve Allen learns about Purim and the Megil-
lah, story of Esther and tyrant Haman, from Nina Avedon,
five-year-old New York City "scholar." Purim fete opens here
with Meqillah reading Saturday evening.
IN HAS NOT YET SUCCUMBED
Purim Saturday Eve
Reminds Man Tyranny
Is Never Triumphant
Egypt's Seizure of Gaza
Imminent as Dag Wings
For Mid-East Showdown
CAIRO President Nasser has already picked out the man who will take over control of the Gaza
Strip. He is Maj. Gen. Hassan Abdel Latif. The Egyptian government announced his appointment Wednes-
day, even as UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskiold was preparing to fly here this weekend to settle
renewed tensions developing over the future of Gaza and the Gulf of Aqaba.
Salah Gohar, director of Egypt's
Suez Threatens Calm;
Nasser Blockade Back
In Force Against Israel
Palestinian affairs, released the an-
nouncement of Nasser's choice
Wednesday, following a meeting
with UN Assistant Secretary Gen-
eral Ralph Bunche.
According to reliable sources,
JERUSALEM Israel Prime
Minister David Ben Gurion Wed-
nesday warned Egypt not to at-
tempt to take over control of the
ond in as many days.
------0------
LONDONSir Harold Macmil
Ian called a special session oi his
cabinet again Wednesdaythe sec-
ond in as many daysto discuss
- *. % -..
rfei ancient Jewish holiday begin-
Itkf Saturday evening, whose ttory
s ukttd in die Book of Esther,
nil be a principal highlight of spirit'
| *si end social activities scheduled
tku ivec\end. Here. Rabbi Samuel
In answers some pertinent ques-
tions on the significance of the holi-
fy See also "Notes from the
| Rabbi's Pulpit.' Pg. 15-A.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
|Vhy it it customary to masquerade
on Purim?
The origin of this custom is not
entirely clear. Some critical sour-
Ices even claim that this custom
|*as borrowed from other people.
|* numl*r of good reasons are of-
1 by traditional Jewish sour-
One source pointed out that
entire story of Purim involved
KUon by Jews which was not open
ISl.'11^'' hence a masquerade.
Oner, the queen, concealed her
lnuty for a long time, hence we
f masks to conceal ours.
Kabbalistic sources trace the cus-
tom of wearing masks to the des-
cription in the Zohar (Zohar, She-
Inch) which tells that Esther was
dfaid in heavenly attire when she
Continued on Page SA
Egypt's intention of taking control
of Gaza appeared imminent. A
high United Nations official, re-
fusing to be quoted, declared that
UN emergency forces in the area
would certainly not fight in such
an eventuality. "The troops are
there to keep peace," he said.
The United States Tuesday ap-
pealed to Middle Eastern nations
involved to do everything in their
power to settle the dispute in a
peaceful manner. Washington of-
ficials indicated they were partic-
ularly aiming their plea to Egypt.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)United Nations Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold will proceed to the Middle East to confer with Israel
Premier David Ben Gurion and with Egyptian President Gamal Abdel
Nasser on developments which are to follow the handing over of the
Gaza and Aqaba areas to the United+-------------------------------------------
Nations Emergency Force, it was,
ISRAEL'S PART OF BARGAIN HMD
Next Move Up
Personal Pledge
to Ike;
Viewed
BONN (JTA) West Germany
ategorcially refused ax re-
P" by eight European court-
ly'that it expand the scope of
JWJJ indemnification legisla
m thereby render eligible for
Ration those Nazi victims
Z?er?J!ei,herciliMns-rei-
Ei .German* and t0 whom
gJ dual or collective indemni-
fy fusions do not now
Frill 9r7,r,,m*n, *?.
"*. Denmark, Norway, Bel-
Conti
inuedon Page 13 A
In Balance as Egypt Balks
By JTA
NEW YORKThe great international issue this week, now that
Israel has completed its withdrawal from the Sinai Peninsula, was
whether President Eisenhower would be able to implement his un-
precedented personal pledge of U.S. leadership in the United Nations
to protect Israel if the Egyptians renewed their warfare.
Israel's final withdrawal was an 4
act of faith in the promise made to
Prime Minister David Ben Gurion
by the President in his Mar. 2 let-
ter. In that letter President Eisen-
hower said:
"It has always been the view of
this government that after the with-
drawal there should be a united
effort by all of the nations to bring
about conditions in the area more
stable, more tranquil and more
conducive to. the general welfare
than those which existed hereto-
fore."
Asserting that "already the Gen-
eral Assembly has adopted resolu-
tions which presage such a better
future," President Eisenhower pla-
ced his international prestige on
stated authoritatively here.
Ralph J. Bunche, UN Under-
secretary General, flew to Egypt
Sunday for an inspection tour in
the Gaxa Strip. He met with Maj.
Gen. E. L. M Burns, commander
of the UN forces in Case, and
waa expected to confer later with
Hammarskiold en problems be-
ing faced by the UN forces in ad-
ministering the Gaza area.
It was indicated here that one
of the objects of Hammarskjold's
trip to Egypt is to secure passage
for Israel ships through the Suez
Canal. Egyptian officials reiterat-
ed that Israeli ships would not be
permitted to pass through the canal
despite Israel's complete withdraw-
al from Egyptian territory. Ham-
marskjold is expected to arrange
free passage of Israeli ships
through the Gulf of Aqaba whoe
entrance is now commanded by the
UN Emergency Force.
Bunche, charged with assuming
responsibility for the UN Emergen-
cy Force, later in Cairo is reported
angrily to have observed that Gen.
Burns "will shake his hand" when
Latiff arrives.
Hammarskjold meanwhile has
continued to interpret the resolu-
tions on Israel's withdrawal as
meaning that UNEF is in Uaza at
Egypt's Invitation and must pull
out on demand.
CAR CHAOS
Auto Puts
Tough Test
To Po/iticos
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
Washington
The State Department ordered
this reporter to make a prompt
and unconditional withdrawal of
his automobile from the curb in
front of Secretary of State Dul-
les' home.
It happened the Sunday after-
noon Israel Ambassador Abba
Eban called at the Dulles resi-
dence to give Israel's reply to the
U.S. demand for withdrawal of
Israel forces. Reporters and pho-
tographers converged on the
scene. I had difficulty finding a
parking place.
Luck was with me. Directly in
front of the Dulles home I spot-
ted an ideal place and parked
there. But Julius Walker, a State
Continued on Page 2 A
Continued on Page A
Expose Helps Boot Nazi
e NEW YORK A Hungarian
Nail propagandist and war crim-
inal, who was exposed by the
American Jewish Committee as
entering this country through
Camp Kilmer with Hungarian es-
capees, he been deported by the
U.S. Immigration and naturalisa-
tion Service, it waa disclosed here
Wednesday.
The Committee said that Dr.
Odon Malnast, former head of the
Ideological Department of the
Hungarian Naziz puppet regime
during World War IT, was escort-
ed by immigration authorities to
an airplane at Idlewild Airport on
Tuesday, Mar. 5, at 3:30 p.m., and
left the United States for Aus-.
tria. Dr. Malnasi had been sen-
tenced to a long prison term at
the end of World War II. After
serving a portion of that term, he
escaped during the recent Hun-
garian rebellion.
In a statement on Jan. 30, the
American Jewish Com mittee
warned of "a proposed converg-
ing of former war criminals from
Hungary into the United States."
It disclosed that in addition to
Dr. Malnasi, Miklos Serenyi, for-
mer chief of the Department in
the Nazi puppet regime charged
with the elimination of Jews from
Hungarian life, entered this
country through Camp Kilmer.
Count Serenyi escaped from
prison during the Hungarian re-
bellion while serving a life term
for war crimes. The investigation
of Count Serenyi's record by im-
Continued on Page I A
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Page 2-A
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Frida
Auto Puts Tough Test to Diplomats
i
Continued from Pago 1A
Department official, soon made
his firm diplomatic representa-
tions. A member of the State De-
partment's press relat;'>ns divi-
Mr. Walker was waiting with
the horde of newspapermen
Mr Walker urged me to with-
draw immediately. He held that I
had occupied >pace reserved for
an official limousine. I pointed
out that no sign was po-ted and
that all citizens enjoyed a free
and equal Bight to park.
At this point Warren Rogers of
the Associated Press and other
newsmen entered the lively dis-
cussion of the withdrawal issue I
was urged to extract appropriate
assurances and guarantees before
evacuating.
Mr. Walker then indicated that
the I'nited Stato Government
am aware that 1 had a legitimate
grievance and should, in all fa:r-
i prospect of remedy 1:1s
it. He gave the maximum a dur-
ance he felt I could reasonably
expect at that juncture.
Someone mentioned that Brit
i-h and French correspondents
who arrived on the scene earlier
withdraw their cars after HMMMB-
tariiy pausing in the disputed
zone. The British and French, it
was said, acted in accord with the
overwhelming judgment of the
world community.
I told Mr. Walker that upon
conclusion of satisfactory ar-
rangements with the police to as-
sure another parking place. I
would immediately withdraw my
But it was insisted that
car.
un-
der the properlv established Of
der of events the first require-
ment was that my invading car
be withdrawn. There were vague
ta Department
mppofl in the event of future
Ultjf In parking. But there
iUe commitment
At this point the IS. Govern-
ment renewed Itl plea, urging me
to rely upon the resoluteness of
all friends of justice and law. The
I'nited States generally recogniz-
ed that the area had been trou-
bled by infiltration of car- of
non-newsmen.
A prom made of "free
and innocent" passage to another
parking place. The question of
whether the traffic police would
use their good offices to guaran-
tee this was left open.
Cantor Herskovits Will Sing at Salute
t To Hungary Relief Dinner Mar. 26
vits performed at a special concert
in Carnegie Hall last October. Her-

Bela Herskovits. youngest cantor
in Budapest's turbulent history,
2,*?Var%SvUt,eh,0 "U,ga ** P|annin* additional"^,
runner .Mar. 2o at the rontaine-
bleau hotel. certs m other parts of the country.
Under the sponsorship of famed The fight foe froodom is noth-
c median. Eddie Cantor, Hersko- ing now to Herskovits. First, he
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had to hid* and finally fie* from
Hitler's tyranny and thon from
tho Communists. While in hid-
ing, ht helped many refugees
from Nazi and Communist op-
pression.
Proceeds from the S50-a plate
dinner will help to finance the In-
ternational Rescue Committee's
Hungarian relief program. Most of
the funds collected will be used to
aid the -moral hundred Hungari-
ans who have already settled here.
However, 60,000 r e f u g ees
bound for all parts of the U. S.
are awaiting repatriation in Aus-
tria. Some 3,000 arrived in Camp
Kilmer, NJ., the past week,
though the average prior to that
big influx was about 250 a week.
The need for funds to help them
is great, Richard Osborne, exec-
utive director for the Interne-
1 tional Rescue Committee of
i Florida, declared Wednesday.
Besides the many still in Aus-
tria, refugees continue to work
! their way into Austria and Yugo-
I slavia despite the tightening of the
border by the Hungarian Secret
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Dublin's Dynamic Lord
/j/iayor to Visit Miami;
double-Barrel Patriot
An irishman will make an im-
o^ione.l Plea for the purchase
5 Uriel Bonds at a function in
tm,. Apr 28. But he is in the
JUtd States for a six-week na-
Sde lour in behalf of the ;
InS Jew"h Appeal $100,000,-
000 Emergency Fund.
The irishman is Robert Briscoc,
Dublin's Lord Mayor, an ardent
P^ot and devout Jew. The 62-
^1,1 statesman arrived in New
Y the heels'of his reelection to the
Eire Parliament. ,
The first Jew to attain high of-
fice in his country, Mr. Briscoe
has been equally successful as a
revolutionist, businessman and
political leader. Blessed with an
unusually dynamic personality, he
has for years identified himself
closely with the historic struggles
to establish the free and inde-
pendent States of Ireland and
Israel.
Mr. Briscoe will talk about Is-
rael at the drop of a hat. As
Dublin's Lord Mayor, he has made
pleas in behalf of the Jewish
State that would arouse charges
against him of "dual loyalty" in
democratic America. But in his
hometown, which is 95 percent
Roman Catholic, he can not leave
his office at the Mansion House
to have lunch at the Shelbourne
hotel on Dublin's St. Stepheas
Page 3-A
mayok INUT BKISCOl
. dynamic aersono/ity
Green without his fellow citizens
greeting him along the way:
"Good mornin' Bob!"
Mr. Briscoe, who will be guest
of honor at a dinner in Miami
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Committee for State of Israel
Bonds, joined the Irish Republi-
can cause at the age of 16 in his
native Dublin, serving as a staff
officer to Gen. Michael Collins,
flamboyant leader of the under-
Law Commission Reveals Requirements
For Preparation of Kosher Meat Foods
ground army. In 1917, he joined
forces with Eamon De Valera,
who headed the Sinn Fein, mili-
tant nationalist organization. Two
years later, the two escaped to
the United States to raise funds
for the IRA and to plead their
cause before the U.S. Senate.
"Many is the time," Mr. Bris-
coe reminisced in New York this
week, prior to his departure on
the UJA nationwide tour, "that I
used to stand on an orange crate
at Columbus Circle and plead for
pennies for Ireland." On St. Pat-
rick's Day, incidentally, he will Im'
among leaders of New York's
world renowned Fifth Avc. pa-
rade. Mr. Briscoe is also sched-
uled to speak while here in be-
half of the Irish Societies of
America and to stimulate tourist
trade between the U.S. and Ire-
land.
An observant Jew who was in-
strumental in introducing kash-
ruth laws into his country, Mr.
Briscoe was one of a group of em-
battled IRA fighters who seized
the Irish Free State Consulate in
New York back in 1923 and held
it under seige until the New York
riot squad drove them out. He
became a founding member of the
Fianna Fail party in 1926 when
De Valera, Brooklyn-born Irish
leader, organized it.
He was elected the next year
to the Fianna Fail, Ireland's Par-
liament, from South Dublin, and
has held the office ever since.
Mr. Briscoe has made countless
appearances throughout the Brit-
ish Isles and America in behalf
of Israel and to help post-World
War II refugees. He and Mrs.
Briscoe, also a Dublin native, who
is accompanying her husband on
his latest jaunt, housed many of
these war victims until they sub-
sequently found permanent
homes.
The Briscoes are the parents of
four sons and three daughters.
Oldest son William is a pilot for
Royal Dutch KLM Airlines, and
trip here. Joan, the oldest daugh-
ter, is a physician, who lives with
her husband in Canada. Another
son, Joseph, is a dentist practicing
in Dublin, while* a younger s&
flew his parents over on their is finishing medical school.
Law Commission of the Rab-
binical Council of Greater Miami
Wednesday revealed regulations
that are essential in the prepara-
tion of kosher meat.
libbi Tibor Stern, chairman of
Ik commission, stressed that all
tosher meat must be (kashered)
nuked and salted before grinding.
"Meat can not be kashered after
Binding," he declared, "and
pound meat which is not made
kosher can not be broiled."
Cautioning the housewife from
hkinowitz Is Host
Jacob Rabinowitz, chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal Jew
flen Division, was host to a
group of business associates at a
luncheon Tuesday noon at the Bis-
ayne Terrace hotel.
purchasing non-bashered ground
meat, he added that "all koshering
of moat and poultry mutt bo dona
in the pretence of the consumer
or mashgiach. Hotels and restau-
rants may accept kosher fowl or
meat only if they are declared
kosher by the mashgiach."
According to Rabbi Stern, bar-
becued poultry purchased in a
kosher butchershop must be made
kosher before broiling. The rotis-
serie can not be used for both
kashered and non kashered meat
or poultry, he said
"The United Vaad identification
seal must be on each fowl," he
added, "even if it is purchased at
the poultry market where it is
slaughtered. The housewife must
not accept poultry without a kosh-
er identification tag."
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Volume 31 Number 11
Friday. March 15. 1957
2 Adar 12. 5717
Getting Down to Multiple Appeals
The decision on the part of organized Mi-
ami Jewry to deal with the problem of multiple
appeals is a welcome one. The Greater Miami
Jewish Federation last week announced its in-
tention of studying the problem beginning early
in April, when the heavy responsibilities at-
tending the 1957 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign will have been somewhat discharged.
With Hopes of a Permanent Peace
This ana is increasingly becoming a gath-
ering point for regional offices of major Jewish
organizations with national fund raising inter-
ests. There is no doubt that many of these
offices represent groups of focal importance to
Jews here and across the nation.
But a planned, well-coordinated community
must think in terms of "first things first." The
principal organ of Miami Jewry is its Feder-
ation.
Federation represents the local needs of
this area. Federation aims at supporting the
rroarams of the American Jewish community.
Federation is Miami's instrumentality for giving
assistance to the State of Israel.
No one will araue that Federation is all-
inclusive; this would be an impossible and in-
defensible supposition. But Federation does
aim. by its very existence, to symbolize the
planning and fund raising needs of the Greater
Miami Jewish communitylocal, national and
overseas.
Regional offices of national organizations
are not directly concerned with the effect of
their own programs on Miami's fund raising and
planning problems. In this sense, their special
and immediate self-interests are a direct chall-
;nge to Miami's total philanthropic capacity.
Multiple appeals timed during the height
of Federation's CJA campaignas they are in-
creasinglyserve to weaken the purposes of
the organized community.
It will not be the intent of the proposed
Federation study to limit the activities of these
organizations. But it will be Federation's pur-
pose to sensitize them to their responsibility
functioninq according to the best interests of
Greater Miami Jewry as long as they maintain
offices here and seek a share of its generosity.
We're on the Hot Seat Now
Jcrdcn is a politico] and economic absurd-
Established by the British in the sorry
s cs the first move against an active Zion-
ovemen- Jordan until recently
rece. principal support through an en-
nual British grant of some 300.
In keeping with the general defection of
Arab interests from the Western world, Jordan
lcte last year declined to accept any more of
these grants. This did not mean that she had
become economically viable.
The S3O.OOO.CO0 annually will henceforth
be gcthered in a collection plate passed among
the other Arab nations. Jordan's "new inde-
pendence" is based on no more than the fact
that the charity for her support today comes
from sources within the Arab sphere.
Nevertheless, this little country last week
warned the United States not to look upon the
Gulf of Aqaba as an international waterway
the Administration vowed we would, pendinq
Israel's withdrawal from the area. The send-
The Holiday of Purim
The story of Purim is based on the Book
of Esther, which deals with the efforts ol Haman.
a bigot and tyrant, to compel everyone to do
homage to him.
When Mordecai declares that he can do
homage to no one except God, Haman decides
to destroy the Jewish people. The Book of
Esther highlights Hainan's downfall and the
triumph of human dignity.
There is a lesson here for Jews of the pres-
ent. In our own nation. Godless bigots are
busily at work even now, setting race against
race and people aaainst people. Taking their
cue from tyrants of the past, they are performing
their evil works in the name of God.
What these bigots never seem to learn is
that the end of hatred bears bitter fruit. Emulat-
ing the tyrants of old in every respect, they will
surely come to the same end of Hamanand
of all Hamans who followed him in subsequent
history.
ing of American shipping through Aqaba with-
out proper permission "will be considered an
cct cf aggression," the Jordanian emissary in
Washington declared.
In en infinitely more realistic condition
than Jordan's politically and economically,
FggypVs-President Nasser has forgotten that
he continues to exist in his exhalted position
as a result of the stand the United States took
during the recent Anglo-French-Israeli cam-
paign. Without deliberate American support
of the smashed Nasser regime, there is little
doubt this uostart Hitler would have survived
the challenge to his supremacy.
Our crovernment's underwritina of Nasser
was predicated on his future willingness to
contribute tp the settlement of the Israel-Arab
dilemma. Our Government's insistence on Is-
rael's withdrawal from Aqaba and Gaza was
based on the stated if incredible supposition
that this was Eaypt's prime pre-condition to
overtures for settlement.
In the face of these facts. Nasser last week
announced.the reopening ol the Suez Canal
to the shipping of all nationsexcept of Israel.
fl^St United States assumed a maior role in
fCreihg Israel to give up Aqaba and Gaza-two
aiiputed areas she never wanted except to
guarantee her security against continued Eqyp-
tian commando raiding and to assure her free-
dom of the seas. The United States also un-
dertook to assure Israel of the fulfillment of
these aims if she withdrew from the occupied
areas. K
In the event of new challenges to Israel's
navigation rights and the integrity of her bor-
ders, the U.S. will be bound to bring to her
previously promised support of these riqhts the
same vinor that she brouqht to her insistence
on Israeli withdrawal in the name of United
Nahons prestige.
For surely, the violation of Israel is as much
a challenge to the prestige of the UN as was
Israels presumed "aggression."
I GUESS lot of P-..T7
meanng of MKh Doe?!.*
ables" as democracy l >
dor*, or liberty After,***
re matters of defini. ^*
shouldn't be c..nf!2"Sh H
are unaKerabl, Race /s'** J
creed are examples of the latter category. They will nev" "n"*|
taken for anything else but what they areespecially not bv u
mon folk, who have frequently been called and thus see ouLT "
the backbone of the nation." Democracy, freedom, liberty
other handthese depend upon the view we take from Where ^
While we're "the backbone of the nation." it would be no I 'i^
shameful to assume that such variables may be commonly appUcab! I
all of us. A man's of one race or another, of one faith or anoth
one creed or another; it's as rigid as all that. But a man iltheTnlw
would be known, is permitted to share in the fruits of deomc
freedom and ilberty only to the extent that he can be identifieh5i
the proper race, faith or creed. All else must be regarded as o I
aganda M
If I had ever become accomplished in the art of mathematwil
thought. I could easily establish a kind of equation to demonstrate tU
working relationship between these variables and unalterable*. BovU* 1
Law is an example of what I might conceivably construe: intheMul
sideration of gasses, volume is inversely proportional to pressure h]
the consideration of democracy, the right to the full exercise thereof|
is directly proportional to the proper character of one's race and on
faith. Even on its face, there is something naive in this gas, after aL
ha* nothing to do with anthropology-sociology and its relationship tol
human freedom. |
Actually, the entire question can be avoided here. My weaknesl
in the mathematics of gasses now has an adequate -top-gap in the]
Florida Supreme Court, which last week denied Virgil Hawkins in> 1
mediate admission to the University of Florida law Khool despite 11
U.S. Supreme Court order.
THIS DAYTONA BEACH man has been attempting to enroll in theI
' school for the past eight years. In 1952, the Florida Supreme Court,
held Hawkins could not be denied admission "solely because of hasI
race." But the court also decided to keep him out. pending the coa-l
elusion of a study to discover the extent to which the presence of i|
Negro on the I'F campus would contribute to violence and social I
upheaval.
Well, the Florida court has been studying ever since. In March,!
1956. the United States Supreme Court told our Tallahassee scholar!
that "there is no reason for delay"that the May, 1954 ruling on de-l
segregation challenges the validity of the study. Disturbed by tat]
nudge from Washington, this august body of judges has now ruled thai
Hawkins will be permitted to renew his application "when be is pre-1
pared to present testimony showing that his admission can be accomi-]
lished without doing great public mischief.'
In the opinion of Justice B. K. Roberts, the U.S. Supreme Coot]
arrived at its decision "without regard to the outcome of the factual I
study which was in progress at the time and which has now been e|
eluded." According to the study, 62 percent of the parents of wh
high school graduates would shun the University of Florida if a Nei
were admitted; 41 percent of parents of students already enroUeC]
would transfer them.
Now. isn't it apparent that this decision makes infinitely morel
sense than Boyle's Law for the relationship between volume and pres-l
sure in gasses as applicable to the relationship between democracy!
and proper race? It's really quite simple: The presence of Hawkinil
on the University of Florida campus would cause critical disruption
at the school, and since the state is the natural guardian of the publit|
t violence, the court had no alternative but to rule as it did.

I VEHTURE to say that this malodorous corruption of Florida juris-!
prudence will some day go down the drainwhirr it belong.-. Ii I
effect, the decision Is a kind of polite insurrection, in which the highest!
1 the land has been plainly but firmly told to go packing. AsII
see it. the fullest imgJications of the Tallahassee opinion have yet Hi
eaHsed .' on which the opinions i-Jare*
finitely rj. 'i-alistMU-rijng
The^Jajreijl tv\j? mischief envisioned by the Florida court Ml
' i m, according to the survey, from the statistically authenticatd!
Lion of both students and parents to the sdn of Hawkins,!
with violence and social upheaval the result on campus I thinks!
about unit presumably mature Americans slopped hiri i behind
skirl- of youth in their*insidious campaign to sow the .....Is "' n,u~
and malice. As guardian of the physical and spiritual Integrity of
mtlon young men. and women, they do more to set n
t ha I
crutch j
brother than if.jha.convenience of youth* protection as a
removed, they were forced to work out in the open.
The more 4 doe, it ill-behove a Supreme Court to take a pc*
tion and phrase Its opinion on that position in clearly bigoted*"
offensive terms. What the court has here done is to offer ""
moral sanction to racial prejudice at its sourcebackward and Pro
educated parents? who seek to bequeath their ignorance intact b)
simple proce^ol corrupting with it the schools thej
attended.
Cootrarkiy, jt should be the role of a Supreme Court to interpret'
laws of the state and the nation in accordance with the highest aspw
tions of democratic principle; to elevate those below by instruct .
to emulate thote above by example.
ELORiDA'S HIGHEST tribunal believes college students will *
amok at the first' sight of a Negro on campus In failing t
damn thu possibility, the court offers it as a probability ana
imitating the technique of ulterior motive employed by youtn s
ing parents, hides behind such self-styled probability to advance
states' right principle. jor.:
In both cases of erring parent and court, the bequest or
ance is dangerous. Some 300 persons gathered at Inverness, r -
urday evening to hear racist John Kasper inveigh against ^
county kfkej;" tW paint out God's horrible stamp on the face j
Jew. hke the rattlesnake among us; to hit at integration witn
incantation of fury. .. u,f-1
The legacy of the Florida Supreme Court decisioj on MrP ^j
kms last week is such that it gives comfort to John yvf*r w
guagt Of Justices" Glenn Terrell. Stephen O'Conneli BJL( ^.
T, Frank Hobson and Campbell Thornal may be more gen
Kaspers. But if> intent is the same.
With a slight nudge of the laws of physics, I might wel
Boyle's dictum to the Florida court and. in one wild main
orgy, come up with my own not improbable possibility m
apply
co**
sac pas n the
eration of democracy, the volume of gas is proportional w
of visibility in Tallahassee's hall of Justice.


Lay, March 15. 1957
*Jen1st florMinn
Page 5-A
Leaders Receive Honors
Two
rominent Miami 'Beach
. leadcr- ere cited $ the
'nd, awards committee for
Ikon"''
I
contribution to the field of
relation* a* li.-thune Cookman
Giege observed Race
Relations
Honored /or outstanding roc*
relations work wirt Michael Soi-
in, executive director of the
Floridian hotel, Miami Beech,
and Dr. Siegfried Gesimar, retir-
ed attorney and former professor
of law at Cincinnati University.
Sossin. a member of the Florida
advisory board of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith
and a member of the Bethune
Coo kman College development
fund, is two Miami Students at the college.
Dr. Gei.smar is a member of the
Dade County Council on Commu-
nity Relations and has been a pro-
moter of improved housing for Ne-
groes in Miami. He Is also a mem-
ber of the Bethune Cookman Col-
lege development fund.
Both Sossin and Geismar are past
presidents of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge.
Medical Supplies to Benefit
Hadassah Medical Supplies will
benefit from the "Greenback Show-
er" to be held at the home of Mrs
Harold Hurwitz, 130 NW 22nd ave^
Wednesday evening by Chain
Weigmann group. Costumes rep1
resenting some phase of medical
supplies may be worn, and prize*
will be awarded. Mrs. Harry Haua-
man is chairman.

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you dont stop with one miracle
It was a miracle-teeing her father step from the rescue
plane into Israel.
AliveT Deopite Hfderr Despite Um terrible po*war
km? ShatPmmmfrwU to Mim ft.
Not a letter, not a prayer of hers had been answered for
years. The country where her father lived it curtained off from
the free worldpeople don't write.
Then a month ago, the silence ended. An exit door had
opened briefly... her father was on hit way.
Feel glad thai this miracle happened-and that you helped
it to happen by awinf to the United Jewish Appeal,
But just one miracle isn't enough. How can it be when
100,000 new Jewish refugees hope and pray for just such
miracles to reach safety, freedom and new lives?
More than 40,000 are still in the country from which
this father came. They can leaveif there are funds.
From Egypt, 50,000 are leaving because they have no
choice. A new dictator, like Hitler before him, is pushing them
out, terrorised snd stripped penniless.
Another group is halfway to the goal17,000 Jews who
fled Communist Hungary. Half are in Austria still waiting for
that precious chance to begin again in a free land.
All these refugeesand othersdesperately need rescue.
We can save them. We can bring many to free Western
landsand even more to Israel. Despite their own grave prob-
lems, Israel's people will welcome them all.
Remember the Hitler years, when Jewish refugees died
for lack of a place to go? This time refugees don't have to
die. This time, there U an Israel.
So flVe today. Doa't step with one anirade. Give yow
gift to tbe regular United Jewish Appeal-then add
to it sweat Mwer and uheW* rescue gift to the $100,000,000
UJA t-srufry Beeeue Fund.
100,000 lives must be saved
United Jewish Appeal
$100,000,000 UJA EMERGENCY RESCUE FUND...
"Over and Abopm" THE 1957 REGULAR CAMPAIGN
lit Greater Miami
Give NOW!
TO TNI
Combined Jewish Appeal
... for 55 vital local, national and overseas
services, and aid to Israel.
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ISOAEJL APPEAL JOINT
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Pag 8-A
FHday. Marekis,
UA Hits $1353,210 as Workers
Push for Goal in Critical Drive
A total of S1.353J10 has be*n reached in the 1957 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced Wed-
nesday by chairman John Serbin. ._______. __. llsl VMrv contributions," Serbin
"This figure presents a 35 percent increase, card for card, over last years coninouuo.
sajd at a workers* report breakfast Sunday. ^__________________________________________________
Approximately $37t.yuu oi iNu
wNki of the life-seving cam-
paign will be grueling crisis-
weeks, when every individual
amount represents contributions by
Greater Miami to the United Jew
ish Appeal Emergency Rescue!
Fund to save the lives of 100.000
Jewish refugees.
"Although the campaign points
up strong increased giving in
most divisions, we are a long
way from our goal/' Serbin said-
He indicated that the next six
will be hard pressed to complete
their assignments in view of the
desperate need for immigration
funds.
Quoting heartening increases,
Serbbin pointed out thst the total
contributions to date from the Bus
iness and Professions Divisions are
$121,073 compared with $78,702
from the same contributors last
year. Trades contributions at pres-
ent toUl $205,277 compared with
$141,717 in 1958.
The hotels, motels and apart-
ments hare reached $1204191.
! which is a substantial increase over
i the $98,417 total at this same time
last year.
Reporting for the Women's Dl-
; vision at the workers' rally, Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff announced
that, although me women's func-
tions have been completed, gifts
are continuing to pour in from
many contributors who were un-
able to attend the fund raising
functions. To date, nearly $160,-
3ernaid Kolott. chairman oi recent North Miami Beach "Com-
munity Rally and Show Night." is shown checking ott results
cf gala Combined Jewish Appeal event. Assisting with pro-
gram were (left to right) Arthur I. Snyder. Nathan Glazier and
Irving Bey da.___________________________
Advertising Club Re-Shuffles Board
Advertising Club of Greater Mi-
ami reelected two board members i
and added two more last veek.
club president William M. Crock-
ett. Jr.. of Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan As>n >aid Wed-
lay.
Reelected are Sam Garrison
md Richard E. Hinman. New di-
rectors are Harry Spitier and
Winston Anderson.
Other board members include
Paul R Greenaway. Charles H.
Whitebrook. Earl Mason. Jacob
Caesar and Crockett.
Cancer Seminar
Set for Monday
Three well-known Miami physi-
cians will join with four local news-
men Monday in a press seminar
and laymen's institute on cancer
cytology and research.
The session will serve as a pre-
view of the Pan American Cancer
Cytology Congress, slated to bring
more than 1.500 cancer experts
here from all over the world for
meetings Apr. 25 to 29 at the Eden
Roc hotel.
Scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Mon-
day in the Eden Roc, the seminar
will be before a large group of
prominent Greater Miamians and
winter visitors, with seven well-
known local residents serving as
hosts.
They are Charles L. Sykes, Mi-
ami Cancer Institute president,
Leonard Wien. W. I. Philbrick,
Edward S. Christiansen. George W.
Mead, and James W. Gerity, Jr.
Dr. J. Ernest Ayre, Cancer In-
stitute director and president of
the Pan American Congress, will
speak on the latest techniques in
early cancer diagnosis. Dr. Homer
. L. Pearson will join Dr. Ayre on
the panel.
000 has been raisoel
with I11S.9M rotate! by similar
donors last year.
Shepard Broad, chairman of the
Miami Beach Residents, reported
gifts tottfflng $187,843 with sev-
eral important Beach functions
still to be held. This exceeds by a
good margin the figure of $165,884
contributed in last years drive by
Crlta-ktad. genera, d^
-f** *"*"lu and 'in,,!.-
Couacil. anoounr-Kl that oe7TT
divisional acreai*, fc,^*1
ported by Bernard StewTV"
man of the Food DMsC^
group bat totalled gift, U J"!
ass*"** ** tu!
Palsy Tofof Advances
United Cerebral Pals) Assn. of i
Miami. Wednesday announced a
new total in money received from
the recent telethon. Franklin F.
Saunder<. administrator, said that
current receipts have brought the
total of pledges turned into cash up
to $297,900.
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Page 7-A
Combined Appeal
laav vifi |
oves to Meet
Refugee Heeds
With reports continuing to come in describing the new wave of
iewish refugees leaving countries ofjopprenjop.jh/: fa~Mit lamii h
Appeal spurred its volunteers
--S
re(ugees an* meet otheryjfl
>** ,n'" ^^^"ll^ .
ils iJ^vlng campaign, campaign
chairman John Serbin Wednesday
announced that some 21 municipali-
ties in Dade county are now moving
into high gear to conduct full scale
solicitations in their communities.
' on Mar. 26, Coral Gables and
South Miami communities will join
m a big "Rescue Rally" to focus
attention of these Jewish communi-
ties on tbe tragic immigration
problem in the Middle East and
EuropV
Tlfc CJA drive in the City of
Miami proper will be climaxed
by series of Passover confer-
ences under sponsorship of tho
various synagogue*, according to
cheirnwn Serbin.
Active campaigning got under
way this week in the South Shore
area BT STlami Beach, under the
direoUon of newly appointed chair-
man Councilman Harold Shapiro.
The city official met with a group
of kay workers at Federation of-
fices on Monday afternoon to plan
a Muse-by house canvass of the
entire South Beach area in the
dosing weeks of the campaign.
Area Campaign*
"Every single Jewish resident in
Ifiimi Beach realizes that, if Jew-
ish lives are to be saved, it is we
who must save them," said chair-
I nan Shapiro, addressing members
I f his committee.
Israel has sacrificed their food,
1 tWr meager resources, and their
comfort in order to take in 800,000
bomelesi and endangered Jews in
the past nine years. Now they
Bust take in another 100,000 refu-
fees, and only we can provide the
cost of rescuing and transporting,
setting and healing these unfortu-
nate men, women and children
from Egypt, Hungary, and Iron
Curtain countries," Shapiro said.
Area campaigns are continuing
to go forward in Hialeah and Mi-
mi Springs, the Flagler-Granada
rea, Homestead, and other outly-
ing sections.
the Biscaytfe. Point area. Max Gor-
don is chairman of the Stillwater
dr. unit, which launched its cam-
paign a week ago and is now fast
nearing completion
George Sogg ^nd Thomas Kra-
vitz, co-chairmen of the Bay Har-
bor area, met at the Sogg home on
Wednesday to hear Mayor Broad
describe in detail the. numerous
health and welfare services sup
ported nv CJA funds.
Giant Rescue Rally
Apr. 8 has been set as the date
for a community wide "Rescue Ral-
ly" in Behalf of Jewish refugees.
The event will be beld at 8 p.m. in
the Miami Beech auditorium.
The entire Dade county Jewish
community will be invited to par-
ticipate in the campaign event
which is expected to attract a ca-
pacity turnout.
Rescue and liberation will bo
tho Jheme of the important moot-
ing, scheduled appropriately one
wook before the first night of
Passover.
Organizations and major frater-
nal, service and religious groups
will lend full cooperation to the
rally. Serbin Wednesday requested
that all groups postpone any func-
tions scheduled for the evening of
Apr. 8 in order to insure maximum
attendance.
Film Available
The first documentary film to
come out of the critical refugee
areas in Europe, North Africa and
Israel, has just been received in
the campaign offices of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Tho eight-minute film in color
with sound rtai I Oft an is entitled
"Refugees Aavatn" and includes
on the spot photography describ-
ing the situation in Israel creat-
ed by the exodus of distressed
Jew* from countries of oppres-
sion.
The story line depicts the under-
In Normandy Isle, Miami Beach, lying causes and effects ot the cur-
Dr Meyer Eggnatz has been an- rent tide of immigration which is
K* aST" f V" CTh^ "e.ded chiefly to Israel.
Jewisn Appeal campaign. On Wed-i .. .,
nesday evening, the first organize- Organizations wishing to obtain
the film for showings at their meet-
These business men headed arrangements
committee for second annual Retail Merchants
dinner and show night at Westview Country
Club recently. Gala social event featured
night club stars and lumiparies from show
world. Seated (left to right) are Harry Diamond
and Aaron Kravitz. co-chairmen of Retail Mer-
chants. Standing (left to right) are Sam Mufson,
William Weintraub, Division co-chairman
Aaron Kanner and Jacob Rabinowitz.
partment of Federation at JE eration will hold a dinner meetinr
8-4331. Monday, 6:30 p.m., at the Algicr
A special committee appointed hotel.
by the executive group of the, chairman of the housing com
Greater Miami Jewish Federation mittee is Sam J. Heiman, who will
to find new headquarters for Fed- host the affair.
Federation's present headquar-
ers must be vacated before the end
->f the year, according to an an-
nouncement by Howard Kane, at a
recent executive committee ses-
sion.
"1 meeting was held at the Egg-
natz home and plans outlined for
a swift one-week drive to cover all
contributors.
Reports in Detail
^.rfartade, chairman Phil
rg is conducting a con-
solicitation campaign to
0. Jewish resident an op-
i U> participate in the cru-
fen. General chairman of
Beach residents, Shep-
has appointed Joseph
hlum and Dr. Julius Green-
to direct CJA activities in
ings may contact the publicity de-
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Left to right ore Raymond I. Jameson. Mrs. Her
man Hertzberg. E. Albert Pallot. David E.
Rolont and A. B. Kapplin at 11th annual meet-
ing of national advisory committee of Veterans
Administration Voluntary Service in Washing-
ton, D-C. Over 40 religious, health, service
and veterans organizations participated in
deliberations.
Spinoza Outdoor forum
Schedules Three Series
The second lecture on 'The Life
', of Reason" will be given by Dr.
! Abraham Wolfson at the Outdoor
< Spinoza Forum. 11th st. and Ocean
ct., Miami Beach.
The study of astronomy con-
tinual every Thursday. Dr. WoH-
son's topic next i* "Tho Earth
Among tha Star*."
The psychology course under Dr.
Jacques Fresco is given Saturday-
evenings. Harry Karshaw. former
j president of the Health and Happi-
Mm Club, presides.
Purim Fete
Tyranny
Continued from Page 1 A
approached the King, as was Mor-
decai. This attire was the attire
of humans of the next world. Hence
the King was frightened. With the
Purim episode, it is claimed that
Jews came closer to obedience to
and acceptance of the Oral Law.
This is like putting on new clothes
that change the character of the
personhence the masquerade.
Some sources claim a very practi-
cal reason for the masks. Because
of precarious conditions of those
times many wealthy Jews lost their
estates and were forced to go beg-
ging for Passover food. Since
Purim is so close to Passover, it
was deemed practical to go begging
on Purim with masks on to avoid
embarrassment.
Later, children caught this fancy
and did likewise until the whole
matter became a sport. To this
day, the procedure has been to
masquerade one's self when knock-
ing at the door asking for presents.
Even though later rabbis discour-
aged the matter, custom prevailed
and so we still have masquerading
on Purim.
How did the Purim Play
originate?
The Purim play's origins are also
uncertain. It is claimed by some
sources that this was a result
of the realization that the erstwhile
rich were masquerading on Purim
in order to avoid embarrassment.
Community groups hit upon the
idea of presenting plays so that
they could collect alms for the poor
through admission fees. It is
known, for example, that even
Yeshiva students under the lead-
ership of their rabbis would in-
dulge in this practice for the sake
of gathering supplies for the needy
on the coming Passover.
After the original purpose be-
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Successful fund raising dinner of Young Men's Division is "put
on ice'' by these business executives shown behind huge ice-
blocks carved into letters "CJA" at Seville hotel. Martin Fine,
division president Julian Weinkle, and Lawrence Singer an-
nounced that gifts tripled those of previous year.
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Continued from Page 1 A
migration authorities is still un-
der way.
At tha same tima, tha Commit-
tea warned that a Dr. Laule
BeneeJefc, a Budapest physician
who tor years had sarved as tha
Communist party's terroristic dic-
tator of Jewish community activ-
ities in Hungary, has reached
Austria and nregisrered for ad
mittance to tha United State*.
The Committee hailed 'the
prompt and forthright action of
the Immigration Service in the
case of war criminal Malnasi."
This action, the Committee said
i- most welcome as a genuine
and effective refutation of the
current Communist falsification
of history that the Hungarian
revolution was a 'Fascist upris-
ing' and that the United States is
supporting Nazi and Fascist ele-
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March 15. 1957
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Vow Held in Balance as Egypt Eyes Return to Gaza
mm
as e
^ from Pw 1 A
i this promise:
i'Stcd States as a friend
K countr.es of the area
%v.l member of the Uni-
uins will see that such
pc not to be in vain."
[president's solemn prom-
,n affirmation too trrat
|h*t go^ reason ,0 "pl*e*
W'-the words of Mrs.
|Meir, Israeli Foreign Min-
, h*r statement announc-
hdnwil on Mar. 1 In the
,1 As*embly-"in ,h# y'1'
clvt of tht international
Ljty that Israel, equally
I mtmeer st.tes, enjoy it
tiohts of freedom from fr
kI,; freedom to sail the
md international wa-
in peace; freedom to
it, national destiny in
Lty without the constant
hich has surrounded it in
; fisht for dependable as-
of security before with-
[had produced one of the
floods of veiled threats
[.premises in the history of
jonal diplomacy. Both the
find the promises turned on
sstion of final Israeli with-
an act which would elim-
! only roadblockso Israel
[friends were assured, main-
[private basisto long-range
pon to create conditions of
ial compliance with the UN
I Assembly Feb. 2 resolution
ithdemanding total with-
Iwas announced by UN Sec-
|Dag Hammarskjold to the
Assembly. "Full with-
|" said the Secretary Gen-
las been completed." The
I was flying at Gaza and at
|d Sheikh, the position at
hern tip of the Sinai pe-
jlrom which Egyptian guns
d Israeli navigation in
faf Aqaba since the Jewish
; proclaimed in 1948.
J roadblock was removed.
pas no further reason at
|nd, for any delay in action
I sure, as one statesman af-
aer put it in debate on the
solution, that the explosive
I before the Sinai campaign
*>t be restored.
mmarskjold was the first
|to bring up the matter. In
ort nf compliance, he re-
Eeypt as well as Israel
ouly to observe" the pro-
|of the 1949 armistice agree-
[fie also served notice that
military control of the
a but the civilian admin-
well was to be exer-
: this stage exclusively by
"ted Nation- Emergency
*hich occupied the Gaza
1 Mar, 7.
' that Israel has complied
" of the Feb. 2 resolo-
VVUN offici.l reported.
^d to seek implementa-
">* measures" affect-
!* These other meas-
er. th, wbstene, of the
I* resolution, which
Jr in favor of stop* to
ff con'n9ents as buffers
r .. "' ,na h,r ho*H'
|^'9hbors, particularly
J^kjold in his report
dents of the area. This would in
effect make the UN administrator.cessfully s,avin off ,hreats his
of the Gaza trip. Whether the ar-
rangement would bar Egyptian re
coalition government on the with-
drawal issue, made it abundantly
turn to participation in "control on[c,ear that he had not been fooled
,. i ... ,, ._ by frantic Eisenhower Administra-
either a civilian or military basis, .. .
tion pledges.
was not discussed. American State | Asked by embittered opposition
Department sources had been "leak- deputies in Knesset what assuran-
fed one of the "measures" | ing"' reports for a week that Col., ces Israel had received in ordering
extending the functions of the Abdel Nasser. Egypt's dictatorial
UN Relief and Works Agency to President, had assured the State
provide care not only for the 200,-!DepartlAent he was- in no ^reat
000-odd Arab refugees in Gaza but' "urry to claim his rihts return
also for the 90,000 permanent resi- to ,he Gaza StriP-
Prime Minister Ben Gurion, suc-
final withdrawal, Ben Gurion an-
swered with one blunt word:
"None."
The tough old leader rode out a
storm created by the right wing Israe, clear,y was not depending
Herut and the left wing Achdut i 0n anybody's assurances as the sole
Avodh and Mapam by using two
was the reason ho had accepted
Eisenhower Administration terms
for withdrawal. The second was
that if ho did not win Knesset en-
dorsement of his withdrawal
stand, ho would resign.
arguments.
The first was that not Ameri-
can assurances but the conviction
that he had won all he could and
that further refusal to withdraw
could bring disastrous consequen-
tial for its future. Before depart-
ing for Israel on Mar. 7 Mrs. Meir
reaffirmed Israel's intention to act
under the self-defense article of
the UN charter if Egypt tried to
renew belligerence at Gaza or
blockade at Sharm el Sheikh.
Son Jon Follows Father John's Footsteps
rntln.jHA tarn Ma tr.iU~~',- AWaJ r~_ l_ *- _. ... ....--.._.._ '
Following in his father's foot-1 for the Greater Miami area this
steps, young Jon Serbin has been year
appointed chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign for| The campaign for these clubs
all teenage clubs at the Beach i had "Kickoff Social" Sunday
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
His father, John Serbin, is chair-
man of the general CJA campaign
night at the Beach Branch, 1536
Bey rd. Sixty teen-agers, represent-
ing IS clubs, gathered for a pro-
gram that featured as guest speak-
er, Mike Schneider, an Israeli stu-, Sigma Boys' Club sponsored by
dent now studying engineering at GMJCC. a senior at Miami Beach
the University of Miami. | High School, and captain of this
I year's football team. He is also
president of the Junior Exchange
Club and the "B" Club, as well as a
member of the Varsity Debating
.Team, a vice president of the Na-
entitled, "Nobody Runs Away." | Uonal Hnmr society and the Stu-
Serbin is a member of the Mu | dent Council Parliamentarian.
Schneider is former welter-
weight boxing champion of Israel, j
There will also be the showing of a
film on present day life in Israel

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Synagogue CouncH Launches New ~|
Television Series Beginning Sunday
orio* of half-hour tele- Know." the MffM i
A new >ene> of nail ur _.......( ^ emanating from Miami
II include orig-
""j;;:; will begin Sunday inal icripU emanating f
'^T "anne,?eunder th? to a,, of South Florida.
a of the Synagogue Council
over
auspice
of America.
Inder the title
Let Thy People
Clothesline Art Sale i
Deadline Nearing
Th* first program, scheduled
at 11 a.m., will be Purim Pres-
entation. According to Dr. David
S. Andron. National Cabinet
chairman of the Council, tho Mar.
24 program, *econd in tho orio,
ill feature prire winning toon
ago boy* and girl* horo who par-
ticipated in tho rocont city-wide
ossay and art contort under tho
tpontorthip of tho Council and
Beaux Arts Clothesline Sale will
;ySffiCt*mmt\ KmSm-a*e *
(from noon to 6 p m. Interested ar-1 winners in the essay contest to
Dt. DAVID 4NMON
-hould begin to prepare their
exhibits nowin any mediumoil.
watercolor. Swings, plus cera-
mics and crafts.
Three picture* in the gallery' '*
the limit for each artist and should
he brought to the gallery Apr. 10
and 11. between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
OuU-ide in the gardens there will celebrated
be no limit on the number or size recently
Agudath Israel
Marks Anniversary
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
tta fifth anniversary
appear are Mark Freeman, David
Kornreich, Jay Finkelstein, Kay-
le n NVwnf*l t'barna Susarman
and Richard Lehman. Artaward
winner* aanvSteven Greer()raoj{
Matza. Lorraine Welkind, Steph-
anie Welkind, Helene SctrfarU.
Sharon Katz and Judy Els.
Honorable mention winners are
Hillel Glover, Katie Kamp. Carolyn
Steinberg, Janet Rosenthal, Jessica
Hurwitz, Arlene Block, Loretta
Barish. Jay Miller. Linda Easton,
Ronald Lipman. Leon Firtel, Eli
Skop, Steven Green, Faye Angel,
Hazel Cohen, Benita Machtey, Louis
J-'.,n>an, Candy
wp and Naito"
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Flamingo Chapter Meeting ,f ,he pictures Unlike inside the
Flamingo chapter of National, gallery, where Lowe officials will
Children's Cardiac Hospital met supervise, the responsibility for
Thursday noon at the Fontaine- hanging and selling these will ml
bleau hotel, according to an an UDOn the artist himself. The ex-
nouncement by Mrs. William hibits should be in place by 11:45
Greenwald. chairman. a.m. on the day of the sale.
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Guest speaker was Councilman
Harold Shapiro, and greetings
were extended by Councilman
Bernard A. Frank. Matter of
ceremonies was Rabbi Isaac
Ever, spiritual leader.
The program was under the di-
rection of Irving Pietrack. Featur-
ed were Judith Berezin, Jeane
Lane and Leon Schechter. Carol
D Arcy was at the piano.
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of Jewish ceartee* awd iosaArahW. Umdtr the awake* of
THE SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL OF AMERICA
Nate B. Spingold has joined the
Anti-Defamation League's Florida
advisory board, it was announced
Wednesday hy board chairman
George J. Talianoff.
Spingold. a vice president of
Columbia Motion Pictures, resides
in Palm Beach. He has been a di-
rector of Columbia since 1940 and
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4 his affiliation with Columbia Stu-
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'Experience dictates that choice
t of a burial estate should be a
I family decision." Levine said. The
* period preceding Paasover is an
4 excellent time to make such an im-
, portant decision," he said.
GREATER Jff.t.lff
4 HEY HA KAMHSHA ami
I HHSEU SBEL EMES
in US HONOR OUR BUOYED ONES
If WI BttlfYI W TRI ITHUtlTY Of THt SOW
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"TAUARA"
"Tho Ritual Preparation of the Dectnof
PImm Rm^mI Official CIRTIFICAU
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shipped away
Every Traditional Rabbi Urgontly Roooosts nw
to Cooperate with tho Cbovra Kadii*
FM COMflin U#OtMATtOft AM SUVX! CAlt
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Hero Chaplain
liscuss Ritual
lecture in the Cavalcade
nsored by Beth David in
Bon with the National
I for Adult Jewish Studies
[jesish Theological Semin-
lAwrica will take place at
md Wednesday evening.
|Mic Kltin, of Buffalo,
^jMk on "Ritual In
i Jewiih Lift."
[]ein was ordained summa
hide as i chaplain .in the
I Mrs. Orovitx. 75
| Succumbs Here
Mrs. Jennie Orovitz. 75, of 3120
Collins ave., Miami Beach,' died
Sunday in a local hospital. Original-
ly from Pelham, Ga.. she has he*n
resident here
30 years.
S n rvivors in-
clude two sona,
t Max and Maurice,
of Miami Beach;
two daughters,
Mrs. David Bass,
of Miami Beach
and Mrs. Myer
Blum berg, of
Do than, Ala.; a
sister, 10 grand- Mrs. GraWfi
children and three great-grand-
children.
Services were Monday at New-
man-Gordon Funeral Home, with
bburial in Woodlawn Cemetery.
done Miami
mar of David
Omet<
with burial
ry.
a
In
MRS. JOHANNA WERTHtlMES
Z. of 1745 James ave.. died Mar. A
(Wachter. Mrs. Srtu I'eltaoh. of Ml-
Slnl Beach, is her only survivor.
ravealde services were Mar. 7 In Mt.
Nebo Cemetery, under tor direction
of the Newman-Cordon Funeral Home.
arranged by Newman-Gordon Funeral
Home.
JACOB SHRIMER
7:. of Ult 14th tar., died Mar. I. A re-
tired rittaburffh businessman, he
leaves his Wife, I^-rut; two daughter*
and three sons. Services and burial
were In Pittsburgh, with local ar-
rangements by Riverside-Beach Me-
morial Chapel.
SAMUEL DICK
7S. of MM 8W Ith at., died Mar. He
waa a retired dreaa manufacturer and
had taught mortem dancing In New
York In the early 1800b. One of hla first
pupil* wa* TV atar Ceorae Uura. Sur-
vivor* .Include two sons, t)r. Morrla
pod Harry: a danvhter. M-s. Minnie
Mlgatx: four *lter*. Inclosing Mr*.
May FVInberg, Miami Reach; a bro-
ther and six grandchildren. Service*
wer In New York, with Klvrrside-
Ileach Memorial Chapel In chare* of
local arrangement*.
MRS. OINORA A. DUCHWALD
".. of SIKH NW tad t.. riled Mar. 9. She
wa* a resident here- IS years, ttar-
vlvlng are a aon. Martin, and four
brother*. Service* were la Nw York,
with taral arrangement* by tlordon
Funeral Horn*.
her husband. Jacob; a daughter, Mrs.
Irene aanet: and two brother*. Reu-
ben and Abraham. Service* were Mar.
11 at Hiversld.--liea.-ri Memorial Cha-
pel, with burial in Mt. Sinai-Cemetery.
MORRIS KAMINSKV
72. of 1134 Drexel ave. died Mar. 10. A
resident here 16 years, he ia survived
by his wife. Ida: a son, Irvine: and
five daughters, Mrs. lies* Jacyn, Mrs.
Kate Nelman. Mr*. Irving Kaman*, '
Mrs. Florence Kravits aad Mr*. Bev-
erly Reanlk. all of Chicago. Services
and burial were In Chicago, with Hell-
man'* Funeral Home In charge locally.

LEO BUCHINE
50. ef MO Mammas ave.. Coral Cables,
drowned Mar. 7. A retired business-
man, he leaven his wife, Cele. and a
aon, David, stationed at Scott Air
Fore* Itase, III. Services and burial
were In Newark, with Gordon'* Funer-
al 'ome In charge of local arrange-
ments.
ARCHIE BORROK
57. of 9370 E. Bay Harbor dr., died
Mar. 4. An attorney, he Is survived
by hi* wife. Adele: three brother*.
Maurice, Nathan T. and Alfred l>.: and
two sisters, Mrs. Hose l>avlaon and
Mr*. Eather Wechler. Services were
Mar. 5 at Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chapel, with burial In New York.
OR. IRVING SILVERMAN
50, of 3425 Collins ave.. died Mar. 3. A
winter visitor here for the past 12
years, he *erved with the Seabees dur-
ing World War II and received the
Purple Heart and three bronse star*.
He wa* cited for the Legion of Merit
for outstanding medical work aboard
a torpedoed ship off the coast of North
Africa. Surviving are hi* wife. Eileen:
a daughter. Phyllis: three sons, Law-
rence. Richard and Steven: three bro-
11 hers and hi* mother. Service* and
Kit earned six Battle Stars burial were In Worcester, Mass.. with
I j____w ^t Hellmana Funeral Chapel In chare
locally.
MRS. TERESA KLANSKV
47. of 1135 8W Jlth ave., died Mnr. 9.
A resident here three years, *he I*
survived bv her husband. Saul, four
sisters and two brothers. Including
Ifouls siege! of Miami. Services were
In New York, with Gordon'* Funeral
Home In charge 6f arrangements lo-
cally.
ALEXANDER SOCOLOF
'.9, of 4140 Ocean ave.. Brooklyn, died
Mar, 8. An annual winter visitor he
was owner of the American Blank
Hook Corp. of New York City. Sur-
vivors Include his wife. Elsie; a daugh-
ter, a son, two slaters, two brother*,
four grandchildren and his father,
MRS. ESTELLE B. OOTTSCH | Joseph, of Miami. Service* and burial
.n. of 00 Alton rd died Mar. 8. A I were in New York,
resident here five years, she Is aur-
vlved by a daughter, Janet Wine- MRS. BESSIE FISHER
Gardner, and a sister. Mrs. Florence eZ, of 7110 Carlyle ave., died Mar. 1(>
A. Steven*. Service* and burial were ^ resident here 14 years, aha leave*
HARRY OPPENHEIMER
0, of 4391 W. Flagler at., died Mar.
10. A winter visitor here for 10 year*,
he wa* a shoe salesman. Surviving
are hi* wife, Sadie, and two daughter*.
Service* were In Rlverhead. N.Y.. with
Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel In
charge of arrangements locally.
MRS. IDA fCEIQER
,4*1820 7th at die* Mar 10. Coming-
taiSartli t York City iix years ago. she
htavd* her husband. Ban. Services wer
Mar. 11 In Riverside- Beach Memorial
Chapel, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery.
CHARLES LOTWIN
87. of 1221 Collins ave.. died Mar. 10. A
retired scrap Iron dealer who came
here seven months ago, he Is survived
by hi* wife, Fanny: a son and four
laughter*. Service* and burial were
in Milwaukee, with Fliverslde-Beach
Memorial Chapel In charge of local ar-
rangement*.
1
rank of
ried the simulated
r general.
published "The Ten
ndments in a Changing
md a number of studies
Itions of Jewish law. He is
tr at the University of
on "Culture and Thought
Middle East."
MRS. IRENE WEINBERO
58. of 86 NK 172nd ten. died Mar. 4. A
resident here 20 years, she leavea a
aon, Jerome Nudelman; four brothers.
Including Jack Shulman, Miami Beach;
two sisters. Mrs. Maury l*oncher and
Mrs. Edward Pavlaon: and a grand-
child. 8ervice were Mar. t In the
Cordon Funeral Home, with burial In
Mt. Nebo. Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE FAIRMAN
59, of 2H7 8W lth St., died Mar. 4. A
resident here 10 years, she I* survived
by her husband. Jack; a daughter.
Mrs. Belle Richardson: three brother*,
a slater and two grandchildren. Ser-
vices ware Mar. 8 at RIvc
Memorial Chapel, with burial 'In Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. ELLEN MILLER
53, of 5414 NW Sth ct., died Mar. 4.
She leave* her mother, Mrs. Anna
Murray; a brother. Detective Bgt. Wil-
liam R. Murray of the Miami Beach
Police De|>artment, and a son. Wayne
Jr. Services were Mar. I at Riverside-
Beach fhaiMtl, with burial In F'lagler
Memorial Park
L'CHAYIM....
TO JEWISH GREATNESS...
in the development of World Civilization!
SAMUEL SOLOOAR
77, of 1144 NW jath ter died Mar. S.
A resident here 22 years, he had been
a Jeweler. Surviving are his wife,
Sarah; a daughter, Mrs. Mildred F'alk;
three oni Harold, Albert and Mon-
roe: and three brothers. Service* were
M*r. T at Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chapel, with burial In Mt Sinai Cera-
* Cuudnovsky will be
Jted with life member-
fcertificale by Beth R
I Congregation at Purtm
[Sunday evening. Chud-
R will make gift of poro
|wk curtain) to congre-
during presentation
WSisterhood, under
> Pearl Krieger,
*>t will be
i of affair.
JACK WEINSTEIN
11, of Kl'ti Collins ave died Mar. IS. A
hotel employe, he Is survived by his
wife. Many a. and two daughters, Mr*
Jessie Korenherg ami Mi-s Marsha
Wclnstcln. Services were Mar. 7 at
Riverside-Reach Memorial Chapel,
with burial In Mt. Minai Cemetery.
BENJAMIN BERNSTEIN
77. of 3i05 8W 27th ter died Mar. A
retired retail fruit merchant, he I.
survived by hi* wife, Mollle: four son*.
Jack, Oeorge, Morris and Sam: a
daughter, Mrs. Jean Persoff; and a
brother. Services were Mar. 6 in Oor-
among
(Wberbaum and J. J. "Skip"
South Florida hotel op-
v* appointed Newman.
Mn iw? ^ as pub,i rel-
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ihBeVCaPrid H,van
lu Steward now oper-
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Youth See Rabbinic
Students Work, Play
Three youn men of Temple I -
rael, all at local high
schools, at the invitation of their
rabbi, Dr. Joseph R Narot. and
the temple',- board of tru-teev ju>t
returned from a visit to the Hebrew
Vnion College at Cincinnati. O.
Making the pilgrimage, where they
joined youngster- of other com-
munities, were Joseph Zwitman
Fleming. James Bresiauer and
Stephen, Gardner.
The foDece. supported by the
I'm.'ii 'if Amexican H
UoftS, i* the trainin? center'
for graduate s;
the rabbinate. Its g-aduate-
a- piritua! leader? el ?-form Jew
:-!i congresatirr- thTOOgbool the
nan.ip. Acted bart idents
they met. Jim Bre>lauer said: "I
have r.-ver met M RMB* fine peo-
ple Their cordialit> for u *
verv. helming
While living in the HUC dormi-
tory, the three Miaroiens mw the
future rabbis a m>'k andarp'a'
' H's irnating" aid Jfave Gard-
ner, to sae the t.-e-nendous
amo-jnt of jtudyina they have.
Their personal libraries are ho9,
and they really have ta crack
their books. But, whin they re-
lax and the fantioa is broken,
they'ra just like any other uni-
versity studc
The Temple brad Youth Group
members, during Die l*
HUC pri
k and and
enjoyed the
on the frn reari of trainiiii which
1 tiie rabbinate They were
Beach L<
Officers'
w\\
Regular monthly'j_
ami Beach Lodge Ray
be hold Wednesday 7
Seville hotel, aceonjfe
Kronengold, *** "*'
While visiting on campus of Hebrew Union College at Cincin-
nati. O., three members of Miami's Temple Israel Youth Group
are pictured with college president Dr. Nelson Glueck. They
are ileft to right) Jim Ereslauer. Dr. Glueck, Steve Gardner and
Joe Fleming. ________ .______________________________
Top TV Stars Emcee Telethon as
15 Children's Agencies Already OK'd
- Bert Paik- and Julia
wire master and mistress
Robert M. McDonald. Robert Mor-
gan, Allen Morris. Lee Ruwitch.
4 immens. y and ar- Children Telethon telecast for 161 Franklin William;, W,llunn Lan-
D. KACHMIL KOKHBUTH
Retired Worker
Due for Address
Dr. Rachmil Kornblith will
meeting of Workmen- Circle
b 6i>9 Thui Ding, Mar
21
The r-ampaisn riir. tl r
N year of Hebrew Imn
Aid Society will di-cu-- "What
Doe- the Future Hold for Israel
The meeting will take place at view the live* of the nation's future,
the branch* Miami Lyceum. 1545 Reform Jcwi-h rabbis and their
SW 3rd *t. world famous -eh
CARE Packages to Israel Are Kosher for Passover
lege s immense library
- and the Plum Street Temple.
where Reform Jewish pioneer I-aac
Mayer w ise served.
Asked about the life of HUC
sudents, the boys said that al-
though there >s a great need for
rabbis, they learned that the col-
lege standards permit only ore
third to ene-ha!f of the appli-
cants to be admitted. "They are
from large and small commun-
ities, some from abroad and all
deeply engrossed in difficult
courses."
They heartily agreed that the
tfered them a rare chance to
New YorkMore than six pounds
Of meat and an increase in the
.able fat content* mark this
Kneseth Israel Celebrates
Punm play and concert by PTA
of Kneseth I-rael Congregation
will be held Sunday evening. Can-
tor Abraham Seif will participate
in the musical program. Joseph
Schreibman is at the piano.
-penal CARS Passover pack-
age through which American- can
share the coming holiday- with rel-
atives and friend- in I-rael
The package, offered at S12. with
customs free delivery guaranteed,
are certified as strictly kosher by
the Rabbinical Council of America
and the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations.
Orders may be forwarded to
. CARE. 66 First ave.. New York 16,
1 New York.
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inn- boon from the Miami
Beach auditorium Mar 2 Hid 3.
" 000 was lathered at
the effor*. Telethon official! Wed-
redemption of
the i
Idea in telethons"
.i! -o featured live appearances of
Qoway,
Gloria De Haven, the Vagabonds.
Ol-en and Johnson. Captain Kan-
Kine. Charlie Spivak.
Lonnie Sattin, Sally BSoir. George
. ...r: i otbj .ind Pupi
Campo.
Bert Parks, for many years
emcee of "Break the Bank" and
now with "Giant Step," carried
the announcing chores through
the 16 hours, assisted by Julia
Meede, of the Ed Sullivan Srow.
Julia is TV's most successful
saleslady, earning $150,000 per
year. Via her appearances on Sul-
livan. Playhouse 90 and Hit Parade.
it has been estimated she is seen
by 85 million peop'e per week,
more than any other single person.
Meanwhile, the Crusade for Chil-
dren board of trustees has been
reviewing aphcation- for fund
i grants from children's charities in
I the South Florida area. As of to-
day. 15 different agencies have
been approved for participation.
Children's welfare agencies
* required to spend all monies
received in the Soutti Florid.
re., be devoted to children, and
hava oreoer accreditation end
tK-eemetien.
WTVJ made a donation of all its
equipment, personnel and air-time
to the Telethon.
Board of trustees for the Tele-
thon is headed by John B. Turner
and includes Leo Adeeb. Abe Aron-
oviu. H L Gregory. M. Lewis Hall
| Sr.. Mrs. Comer J. Kimball. Mrs. A.
Herbert Mathes. Sloan W. McCrea,
taff. Timothy Sul'ivan, Miss Helen
Parede*. and Jim Dooley.
New officers wilt h.
Nominees Jock ^ ^
dent; Edwin MarjM
ct; Daniel M. Brasi*
Levy, and Irving Sthita
presidents; Edward H.1
cording secretary; Ha
ars, treasurer; Ha(
Later, financial"
George Kroneneokjfc |
Abraham Swam, i
tor; Burnett Ritti, ^
S. Goldstrom, guirdlaO
Trustee, are J.,.ph m
Harold Shapiro. HiroM i
and Michael S
Following the business i
a movie sound film in <
shown by Beach Council]
old Shapiro. t3kenwhen]
a tour of I-rael.
sound film will be
Anti-Defamation League, j
as a current report of i
by Edwin Marger, chaii
local committee.
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Continued from Page li*
oium, Holland, Luxembourg
and Greece pointed out last
July that many of thoir na-
tionals or residents had boon
harrassed and persecuted on
racial, religious or political
grounds. They proposed that
representatives from that*
eight countries and from the
Federal Republic form an inter-
governmental committee to ex-
amine ways and moans of pro-
viding adequate compensation
for victim* of Naiism excluded
from th* benefits of current
German indemnification laws.
This plan has been turned down
by Bonn in separate but identical
notes in the eight governments.
Indienent and needy Nazi victims
in;'side the purview of the pres-
ent compensation framework
must be aided by -charitable
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From the Files of the FBI: The Struggle for Securl
%^S7 ^___ ____j |.., tho rnntin- massurre and 'the kidr\anr>; .. .
THE FBI STORY: A Report to tho Poople. By Don Whitt-
head. 357 pp. New York: Random House. $4.95.
TWO MODERN habits have always seemed reprehensible
to me. One is condensing a book and the Otter i-
serializing it in a periodical. A condensed book disturbs
me for two reasons. The first, which stretches the Ion';
arms of taste back to Aristotle and LongtaUS, has t<> do with
the beliefthe insistencethat a literary work, like any
other, has its own unity. As rm afraid I've already said
many times here, you eMMMt mutilate the parts without
de-troying some of the whole.
The second reason mav be laid to the sin of pride.
perhaps; I do not like the idea that someone cNe is 'choos-
ing" the portions which I may read. Neither do I enjoy
being told where to stop reading, as in a serialized work;
3UETO\ FREED)! AX
massacre and 'the kidnapping
no. only is the unity of the book marred, but the cont.n-
,tv thought on the part of the reader is killed.
All of this '- lonnwindecl way of getting around
t -nine thai I noticed that one of the daily newspaper*
b,d Serialised a condensation of "The FBI Story' recently,
and I'm still uncertain about my reaction to this. It is
difficult not to be pleased by the knowledge that hundreds
ol people read at lea-t part- of a book which they would
Otherwise never have bothered to pick up.
On the other hand, the newspaper excerpts were con-
fined largely to some of the more spectacular cases from the Bureau largely through the effort of .
the FBI files. The capture of .John Dillinger in 1934. with aged to pull itself out of the morass
the help of "The Woman in Red;" the roundup of Baby
Face Nelson, "Public Knemy Number 1" at that time; the
fascinating stories of e-pionage and counterespionage in
World War II: the Lindbergh kidrapping, the Kansas City
are all exciting reading, as gripping'I,"* Un
i hnstie could dream up. an*>
The more recent cases hold even mor,
Rosenborgs were executed less than fr
ragic Greenlease and Weinberger kidnum"'
iines only yesterday; Victor Riesel ha^hL1"8?'
months. Herbert Philbrick. who led thr
and so well, now leads a fourth one on .
But the story of the FBI itself ,s ,'hc
Battle's Real Heroes are Found in Congress
w
Washington
THEN THE story of the Israel troop withdrawal issue
is written in Jewish history the real heroes will be
nembers of Congress.
A large number of Senators and Representatives. Re-
publicans as well as Democrats, rallied dramatically here
against their own President and Secretary felt Israel was being sold out. They refused to acquiesce
in what they considered a cynical bid for Arab favor at
Israel's expense.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson, of T>
and Senate Republican Leader William Rowland, Of Cali-
fornia, openly delied the White House. To them the coer-
cive threat of onesided sanctions was so abhorrent they
zealously entered the fray to protect Israel's rights.
Sen. Knowland went so far as to suggest he would
resign from the U.S. delegation to the United Nations if
his own Republican Chief Executive ordered the delega-
tion to support anti-Israel sanctions. This was the same
Sen. Knowland who in 1953 found himself "very favor-
ably impressed" with the leaders of Egypt. More recently,
he opposed U.S. arms sales to Israel.
But the Egyptian sell out to Russia has now changed
Sen. Knowland's views. He took a closer look at the Com-
SAIL CARSON
munist menace to the Middle East and recognized Israel
ai a valuable ally of the free world.
The President feared Congressional expressions were
encouraging Israel to insist on tangible security assur-
ances before withdrawal. Members of Congress were sum-
moned to a showdown at the White House These leaders
reported an open clash over Israel with Dulles and Henry
Cabot Lodge. U.S. delegate to the United Nations.
House Ma unity Leader John McCormack, of Massa-
chusetts, suggested that Lodge was advocating a position
favorable to Egypt on the stationing of UN forces. One
participant later reported that Lodge emerged as "a vir-
tual spokesman for the Arab bloc."
Dulles was charged with having so'evaded questions
involving Isreal's security that Sen. Johnson openly
accused him of being unresponsive to simple requests for
information.
A State Department official pleaded with one Sena-
tor to support the sanctions threat to force Israel with-
drawal. Otherwise, the Senator was told, the Arabs might
not welcome the Eisenhower Doctrine. The Senator re-
plied that if this was the way the Administration intended
to defend freedom in the Middle East he would see to it
that an amendment was added to the doctrine resolution
to protect Israel.
The Palestine Question isn't Funny Anymore
United Nations
ISRAEL HAS scored a tremendous victory. That state-
ment stands, no matter what you may have read in
yesterday's morning newspaper, and in spite of the news
that may appear in tomorrow's journals. *
In the four months-plus since Israel started its Sinai
campaign, it has literally stood the world on its head. As
far as the United Nations is concerned. Middle East mat-
ters in generaland Israel Arab relations in particular-
have now been placed in the forefront. Never again will
"the Palestine Question" be considered hereas it was
ELMA1U SALPETER
Some Education Facts
Jerusalem
UUHAT ZIONIST leaders describe as "perhaps the most
important institution of Zionist education in the
Diaspora" has just celebrated its tenth birthday in
Jerusalem.
The institution is the "Institute for Insructors Abroad."
often called "the University of Zionist education." Located
in what was once the outlying district of Katamon. the
Institute now occupies several buildings surrounded by
tens of new apartment houses where government officials
and new immigrants from dozens of countries live.
The Institute for Instructors abroad was started by the
Youth Department of the Jewish Agency on the eve of the
establishment of the State of Israel, when Zionist leaders
came to the conclusion that the old system of sending Zion-
ist youth instructors from Palestine would not be able to
grow into an organic part of Zionist youth work abroad.
Instead, it was decided to bring young Zionists to Israel for
intensive study, thus effectively combining the advantages
of local origin in the country where they are expected to
do their educational work with the advantage of first-hand
experience of life and conditions in this country.
The first experimental group consisted of 30 young
men and women from South Africa. Today, after ten years,
the number of graduates totals 1,343 and they have come
to the Institute from 37 countries.
Each prospective student has to pass entrance exam-
inations in his native country. If he passes his exams, he
has to agree to engage in Zionist youth work for at least
two years after his graduation. (By the way, most of the
instructors, themselves actually youngsters between the
ages of 17 to 23, pay their own way during those two
years of work, without any salary from the Jewish Agency.)
The students live in dorms of the Institute, two or
three sharing a room. Usually roommates are from dif-
ferent countries and thus they often find that their newly
acquired Hebrew is their best language of communication.
for so many yearsas merely an irritant. Now it is a live
question. Which means, in turn, that real efforts must be
made to solve that problem. That is what Israel has ac-
complished since that fateful day last October when its
troops marched into the Sinai Desert.
One recalls the situation several years ago. A corres-
pondent may be excused if he cites a personal experience.
When this reporter first started covering the United Na-
tions "beat" for JTA. he was horrified with the reaction
generated whenever Israel-Arab tensions were mentioned.
At one of the first press conferences this reporter attended
with Dag Hammarskjold, as a representative of JTA, the
reporter asked a question concerning Israel-Arab matters
In spite of the fact that many of the press colleagues were
old-friends, there were noticeable chuckles in the pma
corps when the querry had been phrased. True, Mr. Ham-
marskjold himself, being the acme of punctiliousness, did
not crack a smile. But the answer he gave, after that
frivolous reception of the question, was anything but satis-
factory. The reporter determined that that would not
happen again.
At the next Hammarskjold press conference, about
two weeks later, he posed a question relating to the same
Israel-Arab issue. There was not a chuckle this time.
There has not been any since that time, no matter how
often a Jewish reporter might allude to the Middle East.
political filth in which William J. g
is itself a stranger-than fiction tale Mr'wit.
is one of America's ace reporters, has, m'.,
way, given blow-by-blow accounts 0f some
public storms the Bureau has weathered
relationships with Presidents Harding Co.
Roosevelt and Truman are a study in chief 2
sonalities. aB
Through Mr. Whiteheads book shine (wo (
scrupulous attention to civil riyhts which hau
FBI the incorruptible organization which it mJ
the name of J. Edgar Hoover. At one time
completely dependent upon the second After!
however, it is hopeful that Mr. Hoovers .njl
come indelible. "
HERBERT G. U FT -
Trials of Hedy Lai
LJEDY LAMARR, currently portraying Joan i
the filming of Hendrik Van Loon's 'TaeJ
Mankind." virtually was unknown in thisi
arrived in Hollywood in 1937. But under her i
Kiesler, she had enjoyed great popularity on I
screenever since she appeared in the controw
"Ecstasy" at the age of 17.
The raven haired beauty was horn Novemh
the daughter of Emil and Gertrude Kiesler.
was a director of the Bank of Vienna, lied'
from childhood days, had dreams of a stage i
career. Still a student, she sneaked out one i
for a job as a script clerk at the Sascha Studios i
When a bit part had to be re-cast on the set I
picture "Storm in a Waterglass," 15-year-old I
job by pretending to be a seasoned actress.
In 1931 Peter Loire brought her to the att
Alexis Granovsky who was then directing one i
films, "Die Koffer des Herrn OF" In her nexti
comedy "Man braueht kein Geld." Miss Kiesler<
with Heinz Ruehman. Through Otto Pramin
Hedy came to the Reinhardt stage of Berlii
was seen in "The Weaker Sex" and a Gen
version of Noel Coward's "Private Lives."
A year later, she was aoproached to star ill
artistic*! film "Symphony of Love." which Gusto!
was preparing in Czechoslovakia The picture, r
leased under the title, "Ecstasy.'' contains
publicized nude sequence. It catapulted Hedj I
fame in Europe and won the Grand Prize at I
Cinematic Exposition.
After she had once more appeared in a playi
"Cissy," the story of Elizabeth of Austria, Xl
married Fritz Mandl. the ammunition makerd'
Europe and South America. The jealous husbaaM
from the screen and stage for almost five yr"
addition spent a fortune buying up and desf
prints of "Ecstasy."
Finally, Hedy ran away from him to Paris, I
escape to London, where she met Louis B. Mo^
ter a screen test, was signed to an MGM contrad.
not speak a word of English, but fluently hanaw
Hungarian and Italian, when she arrived B tn^
Yet, her American movie debut in "Al**rh.
1938 and co-starring Charles Boyer. proved t
actress had mastered the new language. *"
duced by Walter Wangermade Hedy Lamarn
wood's brightest stars.
RORtS SMOLAR
David Dubinsky- Outstanding Labor Leader
QAVID DUBINSKY, president of the International Ladies
.., Gent Workers Union, who has attained his 65th
birthday is not only one of the best labor leaders in the
country but also one of the best Jews. He is one of he
oroud" mV^ f W.hm AmCrican Jewry n be
proud. Modest and warmhearted, he always likes to talk
of his younger days when he was a master baker
He does not permit his union to pay him the high
^rHH,0KWh'Ch 3 'ab0r ,eadpr of his "'hre ,s entitled
Nor did he permit any celebrations which were planned in
connection with his 65th birthday. Although he "not ,
Zionist, he has arranged substantial financial .id for Israel
and is greatly respons.i,!,. ,r 1he stronK,v lr
fment prevailing ,n the ranks of the AFLcio leadership
The annual contribution to the UJA amounts to tens
campaign every year,
of
Mhousands of dollars.
Today the ILGWU is one of the richest labor unions
fa the country. And Mr. Dubinsky has seen to i, that Z
rovided with all kinds of bw
hions which few unions in this country/n ,
he has paved the way for other labor un on
for the membership all kind of social.ru' ^
can be ical aid. His Influence goes far beyond i ^
ganized American labor where he is saw ^
spected and highly beloved top '*". ^,
the Roosevelt and Truman Administra
the closest friends of the two PresidtDis-
Modest as he Is, he is at the same tin*
of Communism. Fascism, as well as .
labor unions. He wants all the labor unw ^
hrj to enjoy the same high reputation -
which has reached a high standard leadership For years known as a ^,
International Ladies Garment Worsen, ^1-(|1
a comparatively small number of Jews m ^
ship. However., the membership **** ,
|V to empha^
dent who goes out of his way i frfl
he is a product of New York's Jewish l*


h 15, 1957
lotes
+Jmlsti nDr/dHnn
Pag
e 15-A
from the r^abbi s f^ulpit
tram.
I ine i-< another ir. a term of articles prepared bv spiritual
p' '"' (oT'The Jewish Floridtan "Rabbinical Comer" in cooper-
L h' the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Abraham
"" f f,ieTeth Israel Horthside Center, u coordinator of this
of Purim
History
le Story
ipeated
BBI ARIE BECKER
, Rjphael Congregation
L became Israel's fate to
Lie the Purim drama has
ktmtly enacted. If we
"liminate from the story
0f its heroes we would
, abie to tell to which
"our history it belongs.
continues to seek the
lion of the Jews under dif-
Ues. be it Hitler or Nas-
[ipplying different meth-
L ancient Haman. for in-
Wfered ten thousand gold
[King Saud today offers
Blion Arab lives for the
lion of Israel. It is in ac-
with continually chang-
nmstances.
rical occurrences verified
on of our sages who said
le personal struggle be-
Haman and Mordecai was
jvmbol of the eternal con-
(iween Amolek and Israel.
on unceasingly and relent-
t may change its form but
i content.
has become the proto-
\MUGHIING TIME
do 12 6:12 p.m.
type for all anti-Semites. He is
angered for no particularly good
reason. He is angered because
one Jew, Mordecai, refuses to
bow to him.
In Mordecai we find a truly
Jewish character, one who would
not bend his knee to an upstart.
He was not ashamed of being a
Jew and proclaimed it with pride
and satisfaction. And when his
people were threatened by dan-
ger, Mordecai did not seek pro-
tection for himself in the gate
of the king. His people's troubles
were his own.
The Jewish people as a whole
presented an irresistible example
of the value of self-assertiveness
within certain recognized limits.
Had our nation, when repeatedly
trampled and beaten, shrunk un-
der the withering and paralyzing
hoof of the oppressor, it would
long since have been destroyed
and forgotten.
It is because throughout the
solemn march of ages the Jews
manfully and persistently assert-
ed. "I shall not die, but live, and
declare the work of the Lord,"
that they have preserved their
vitality up to this hour, and are
enabled to celebrate each recur-
ring anniversary of the various
Purims of their nation's liberation
with a chastened joy and thank-
fulness which age cannot weaken
nor custom stale.
More than any other festival,
his victory is marked by a Galuth
festival of toleration here and
there. A victory in the land of
Israel, however, brings about a
state where the Jews become the
masters of their own destiny, the
captains of their own soil and
soul.
The great central teaching of
the Book of Esther is that the
Purim festival with all.its rejoic-
ing and merry making is a cele-
bration of the diaspora, where
insecurity and- nebulous future
prevails. The writer of Megillas
Esther, therefore, declares at the
end of the book that "The days
of Purim shall not fail from
among the Jews, and their mem-
ory shall not perish from their
seed."
Purim created a new Mitzvah
for us, namely, "of sending por-
tions one to another, and gifts
to the poor," so that the bounds
of sympatetic friendship be
strengthened and the unity of the
people be envigorated.
ABB. ARIE BECKER
. whim of
Mi
Purim offers a release from the
disheartening sorrows and dis-
abilities of Jewish life. It bids the
Jew to assume the role of a jester
and to put himself in a humorous
frame of mind. It encourages him
to laugh at his troubles and his
tormentors.
Possessing an indomitable faith
in his future and his destiny, the
Jew is able to look beyond his
present discomforts and visualize
his eventual vindication. And as
the facts record, the tables are al-
ways turned. Wickedness gets
caught in the net of its own weav-
ing. Truth triumphs over treach-
ery. As we read the closing chap-
ters of the Book of Esther, we re-
joice in the victory of absolute
goodness over extreme evil.
man: "Weekly Portion." T:M o.ra.
Reading of Mi-glllah.

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Nou.
Iinl.iv |:li p.m. BonrloM i-onducted
by Keen-Teens. Quasi xpeaker: Paula
Winters. Topic: "Purim and I-
[Kldduah children: Joaeph Wlntei* and
Jane Marrow. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Jerold, non of Mr. and Mrs,
neorac Welner. 7 p.m. Reading of
Megillah.
see
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th t. Conservative. Rabbi Mayor
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Hermon: "The Die
In Cast/' Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion." Par Mltsvah: Iton-
ald. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gaby.
7 p.m. Reading of Megillah.
e
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
Friday 8:15 p.m. In 317 Merrlck Hall,
I'nlverslty of Miami. lHaac Maver Wise
Sabhath. Sermon: "How are We Like
and 1'nl ike Our Grand fa there?"
*
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th ft. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
FtUmy 8:30 p.m. To he honored are
Mr. and Mra. Morris Harris, Mr. and
Mrs. laniard Harris and Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ren Harris. Saturday 9 a.m.
131st tt. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Banno M. Wallach.
5720 SW 17th
Rabbi Alfred
TEMPLE ZION.
it. Conservative.
Waxman.
Friday 5:.10 and S:30 p.m. Sermon:
"Kings and Queens." Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: 'Weekly Portion."
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami eve. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantz.
Friday S:.10 p.m. Sermon: "fasting
Lota." Consecration of Torah frown.
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Mes-
sage of Purim." 7 p.m. Reading of
Megillah.
see
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wast
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
e a o
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora avo. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwrrx. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Our message to our people this, Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
day must be to recapture the] JN&S VrtLP^zSS"* ga^i-Pr:
w r Joachim Frlns, rabbi of lenipie It nal
Significance Of Purim and its dra-| A'>rahHm. Newark, and A.K-ongreH
malic play where the Jew is the
victim of circumstances beyond
his control. He is the plaything
of every wind that blows. And
wbath 4*3<
ervices
in
(greater
lami
i ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
ox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
p.m. Saturday 8:so a.m.
I'Thf Important Lesson of
|:p.m. Reading of Megillah.
-
EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
e
| DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
. Rsbbi Yaakev Rosen-
' William W. Llpeen.
j-lip.m. National Council of
'omen sabbath. Sermon:
I Purim" Saturday t a.m.
*Bla i vln' s"" "f Mr and
I EL $00 SW 17th ave. Or-
BssM Shmeryahu T. Swir-
Pny Saturday l:M a.m.
i a Pool." 7
F X'Sill-ili.
I' in.
EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
rtivt. Rabbi David W.
I at
.....nor ..r Mr.
. a.m.

[ISRAEL. 4000 priiri, avt-
"bbi H. Louis Rott-
hi
|">Ml,
l'"1 Ratnrdav
mildi.
8:10 a.m.
*:30 p.m.
i ^-301-311 W.shine,
^odox. R.bbi Tibor
Meuriee Mamches.
"day 8:50 a.m.
J2?h u\NW *
FT' ***** *rtt Becker.
V5l*"S* 1:8s a.m.
v- at Thla
***** of Megillah.
> TiW h. Stern
'""Won Av.., m. b,
:*MW-Jil.1ft,
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky.
see
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech.
I-Yidav 8:30 p.m. at West Miami Jun-
ior High School, 7525 (oral Way. Ser-
mon: "Jewish Concept of Miracle."
Ones; Shahhat hosts: Mr. and Mrs.
Sam l-aiar. Saturdny 7 p.m. Purim
services at West Miami Junior High
School.
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FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
Slat pL Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Helm.
Friday 8 and S:30 p.m. Sermon:
"Have You Met Our Present Day Ha-
mana?" Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon:
"Do Our Dolly Prayers Subsidise Our
Ancient Sacrifices"" Minelia 5:30 p.m.
Hiii Mltsvah: Danny. Bon "f Mr. and
Mis Kdward Rove. 7 p.m. Reading of
Meglnah.
e
FT. LAUQERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
iale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran
ion.
see
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Sross.
a e a
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
Friday 1:11 p.m. tiueat speefcet
(leorge Rogoff.
I>let and Modern
luit hosts: Mr. and
Saturday 9
Pr.
Topic: "Traditional
Health." Oneg Bhab-
Mre. Max Stein.
Yehudah Heilbraon.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Kter-
nal Lesson or Purim." oneg Shahbat
hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Oxenhorn
and Mr. and Mis. Louis Seldman. Sat-
urday S:J0 p.m. Reading of Megillah.
ess
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Selkow.
Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Kant and Feast of Purim." Oneg
Shahhat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
liuldbeig. Saturday 9 a.m.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
fleM. Cantor Abraham
Friday 5:30 and
Thoughts
:I0 P
Self.
n Sermon:
on Purim." Baturdas I '"
n.m Sermon: "Weekly Portion" 7:110
p.m. Reading of Megillah
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
n 1.1.iv 1:11 p.m Biaterli.....i Babbeth.
Quasi speaker: Mrs. Qeorge QoMbers;,
president. Baturdaj t:M m. Sermon:
"Week!) Portion." 7 p.m. Reailmg
Megillah.
Of
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Manny
Mandel.
Friday 1:11 p.m svrmon: "Person-
ality of Haman Manifesting Itself In
New Names." Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
natlonal Committee ehairman. Satur-
day 10M5 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Richard.
son of Mrs. Zipporah Tu<-ker: Jon, son
of Dr. and Mrs Leo (irossman. 7 p.m.
Reading of Megillah.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Friday 5 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"Thoughts on the Kve of Purim." Sat-
urday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Por-
tion." Baa Mltsvah: Arlene, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oreer. 6:30 p.m.
Reading of Megillah.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Special Purim Rit-
ual Sermon: "Haughty Haman and
Modest Mordecai."
see
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sisterhood Sabbath.
Sermon: "Whom We Delight to Hon-
or." Saturday 9:43 a.m. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion."
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TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
News Bureau Chief Will
Be It* Prexy's Assisfonf
William S. Howland, chief of the
Atlanta news bureau of Time, Life
and Fortune magazines, which he
established 17 years ago, has ac-
ceptefl a newly created post of as-
sistant to the president and dirctor
of public information at the Uni-
versity of Miami. Dr. Jay F. W.
Pearson, university president, an-
nounced Wednesday.
Dr. Pearson also announced that
Malcolm Ross, editor of the Uni-
versity of Miami Press who has for
eight years served as director of
public information, now will con-
centrate his efforts on editorial
work and the continued expansion
of the university press, establish-
ed under his direction several years
ago.
Blanch Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
SAMUEL BUNCH
will take place
Sunday. March 17th
at 2 P.M. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
tyith Dr. Joseph Narot officiating
Friends and relatives are
asked to be present.
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
Ith at.. Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gerti officiates.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. IMS Polk St.. Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
lYiday 8:1". p.m. Sermon: "Will
Antl- Semltlsm Brer Disappear?" Sat-
urdaj 11 a in Bar Mltavan: i-Mward.
son of Mr. snd Mrs Walter Wesson.
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HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
172S Monroe st- Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
D'mmore Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
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formerly of 2351 SW 1 Ith St.
Miami, will take place
Sunday. March 17th
at 11 A.M. at
Mt. Nr.ao Cemetery
UMth Rabbi Morris Sltop
officiating.
Mr. Dinsmore is survived by hi*
wife. Fay. and son, Charles, both
of Miami.
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There are more silver linings than clouds
around lately that is, if you count the number
of Silver Wedding anniversaries Just back from
a three-week tour of the blue Caribbean for their
25th anniversary celebration are Mr. end Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin Miriam is the GMJCC's vivacious
president
,. Mona and Sm Solloway, of 152 Shore Shore dr., are spend
It ir 25th anniversary in Mexico They'll be back in time
It their daughter, Judy, and her roommate, Karen Wlddor,
e coming from New London to spend their spring vacation
i Connecticut College.
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iFneaeement parties are keeping many of the younger set busy
.davt-to sav nothing of their parents Mar. 6 was the date
' ",', |Uncheon for 200 Hebrew Academy women at Temple
El The luncheon was given by Mr. and Mr*. Harry Field*
Oor of the recent betrothal of their grandson. Arthur Ira Gil-
to Judy Myers, pretty daughter of Coral Gables' Stanlty and
u Myers .
Ltnort Levin, bride-elect of Edward George Kaplan, was feted
luncheon and shower on Sunday, Mar. 3, at the Sea Gull hotel
lemiie's parents are Trixia and Rauban Levin, of 9508 Carlyle
Edward's mother, Mr*. Lewis H. Kaplan, was on hand to
out-of-town guests, Mr*. Jacob Kaplan, Mr*. H. Goldblatt and
.David Sherman, from Mattapan, Mass. Among others pres-
*ere Mrs. Samuel Kaplan of New York, who is the mother of
Leon Kaye, from Miami Beach, and Mrs. Abraham Lipkin. of
Jelphia Mrs. Nathan Perlmuttar, Mrs. Herbert Steal, Mrs.
Mogul and Mis* Judy Friedrkk were also there to wish the
F well .
Lanore's mother Trixia, in case you didn't know, is Miami
h's answer to Rodger* and Hammerstein She's the clever
with the impish sense of humor who writes and stages those
itiul skits for the organizations around town Hope it's
giving anything away to say that, under Trixia'* creative hand,
old English ballad "Greensleeves" is about to be transformed
"Green Stamps"! .
That same Sunday night, the Levin home was the rendezvous
i few couples who met to don paper hats and pick up party
before sneaking a few houses up the street to surprise ADL
lor Nathan Perlmuttar on his birthday Nate opened his
to find Trixie and Ruby Levin, Al (Jewish Family Service di-
I and Flo Comanor and son Jeffrey, Lee (Jewish Floridian
ir) and Hilary Mindlin, Priscilla Rotenbarg and attorney Mor-
Parry on his doorstep His look of complete bafflement was
perfect reward for all the plotting .
The whole thing was masterminded by Nate's pretty wife
it, who had never given him a surprise party and felt it was
time she did The Perlmuttar moppets, Nina and Dean,
up for some of the fun.and birthday.cake.
Speaking of parties, the Reinhard Family Circle, at its Mar. 10
t at the Miami Beach home of Mr. and Mrs. Lao Reinhard,
trated the 46th wedding anniversary of the Samuel Rainhards
I dinner party before the club's regular meeting Sunday,
'. 17, the entire family, including 12 of the grandchildren, will
their Purim holiday dinner at Phil Weiss' Royal Hungarian
lurant .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nadler, of 4575 N. Michigan ave., gave a
J recently to welcome out-of-town guests who were arriving
nother party given for Harry's mother, Mrs. Rose Nadler, who
hated her 85th birthday ... Sharing honors with her on Mar. 7
*r grandson, Horbert, who was 12 years old on* the same day.
Guests who arrived in time for the pre-party party included
tiers and sons-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Urdong and Mr. and
Jack Levin*, from Beverly Hills, and the Jack Nedlers and Sam
.. Also Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Peyser (he's vice president
wed Artists, and the Arthur Newmans, from Los Angeles .
"Maughters Be* and Lola were on band to help welcome the
ors.
M* spur of the moment" visit from identical twin sister Janice
p: surprised "slice (Mrs. Gerry) Schwartz last week ... Jan,
lath a"d 0ne-vear-o,d flew in from Minneapolis
inree week stay ... in all the excitement. Felice and sister-in-
1 nn* (Mrs. Stanlay) Pred, along with daughter Lisa, spent an
aitmg at the wrong airline Half a mile away, Jan was
nng why no one had come to meet her .
EMeWinS ,parcnts' Mr- "J ** David Pred, of 1015 W. 4th
IT sma" K't together party for the Ribnicks last Sunday
f Uues,s '"eluded the Lee Ackermans and the Ted Sandlars.
[it *>><
I w girl for both the Stanley Worths and the Phillip Brum-
I Munrt. ** BrunM"- who weighed in at a little over
<*, jo.ns sister Ragina 17, and brother David, 12.
k-Fontai^ki M' M"*r entertained at cocktails last Tuesday
olXau h,el *" **"' is dePu,y chairman of the
ft, I ernors of th* Hebrew University in Jerusalem .
'<" AmeUriLTruh/und event o the Jewish Theological Sem-
"hfcanahi kS Jeduled for Mar M at Waldman's Crown hotel,
K Lilt r S 0t Mr*' tovh C**n- Mr- Banjamin Greene
""'Ian Goodman .
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Miami, Florida. Friday, March 15, 1957,
Section B
Among guests at Combined Jewish Appeal heard dramatic appeal by Rabbi Ycakov Ro-
Westview dinner were (left to riqht) Mr. and senberg, who urged Greater Miami Jewry to
Mrs. Eugene Katz, Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Becker, give sacrificially to this year's Combined Jew-
and Dr. and Mrs. George Graham. Audience i3h Appeal.
final Tabu hfions
Women Workers
Meet Tuesday
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. president
of the Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
has announced a special meeting of
officers and campaign cabinet
Tuesday morning in the board
room of Federation.
Scheduled for discussion will
be a final raport from tha cam-
paign committee and an evalua-
tion of tha campaign now near-
its close.
Final tabulations of contributions
by women will not be ready for
some time, according to campaign
chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
Individual gifts by women, sep-
arate from the normal contribu-
tions of their husbands, are expect-
ed to swell this year's total to an
all-time record, Mrs. Simonhoff in-
dicated.
Enjoying success of second annual dinner and show night at
Westview Country Club are Mr. and Mrs. William Weintraub
(left) and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, co-chairmen of evening
and leaders of Retail Merchants Division. Guests were busi-
ness and professional men of Miami and their wives who
helped boost Combined Jewish Appeal total. Some 400 at-
tended brilliant social event.
Purim Festival at Beth Sholom Will
Give Proceeds as Gift from Youth
i CiI1?1 fTi00" Lou'* Abr,m* "nd his wife are vac-
H A'onsl Fs 'his rumor i, the we,lknwn TV commentator, and
,one network tTaV*1* rounds about hls Proposed switch
,Mr and Mrs A^L '
, ttve a sw Ch***. of 720 Paradiso ave., Coral
I*1*** D..r *!wn 'uncheon for their daughter Berne at
?** as a cpm *"* ln iink mA whi,e- wi,n huR*'
***. where vhP-WCe *" who attends Miami Senior
**** 60 guest, 'S member of "J'8" and Phi Sigma Tau.
[H Erneth r "
M1 *. wholf1'?""0" j" oiddm Md farewell to Mr. and
are leaving soon for the north ... The Lavins
Continued on Page 9B
Festival of Purim will be cele-
brate by Temple Beth Sholom with
a fiesta and carnival to be ushered
in by the traditional Megillah read-
ing on Saturday evening at the
Temple.
The PTA. Sisterhood. Men's Club,
Young-at-Heart and youth group
affiliate will participate.
Tha festivitias of tha religious
school will cantar around tha car-
nival, which opons on Saturday
evening after tha Megillah raad-
ing, according to Mrs. Harry A.
Lack, PTA president.
Chairmen of the Purim Carnival
committees are Mrs. Samuel Oritt
and Mrs. Murray Sonnett. Mem-
bers of the various committees in-
clude the Mesdames Emanuei Bas-
kind, Barry Cameron, Eugene Coop-
er, Irvin Deutsch, Max Diener,
Theodore Dysart, Samuel Frankel,
Joseph Goldberg, George Green,
Milton Jacobson, Harry Lack, San-
ford Levine, Walter Mackauf, How-
ard Miller, Sol Pine, Marcus Pins-
ker, Melvin Richard. Albert L. Ro-
sen, Norman Russ, Frank Schnei-
der, William Shanbrun, Harold
Zinn.
Profits realized by the carnival
will go to. the Combined Jewish
Appeal as a gift from the children
of the Beth Sholom religious
school.
Beth David All-Out
In Purim Holiday
Purim will be ushered in with
the reading of the Megillah on Sat-
urday evening at Beth David Syna-
gogue, Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
will officiate.
Tha Sisterhood, Man's Club
and PTA are sponsoring a Purim
costume ball which will begin at
p.m. Mrs. Robert Nadbor and
Mrs. Emast Sussmen ara chair-
man of the affair.
On Sunday morning, students of
the religious school will attend a
special Purim assembly which will
highlight a play written by Hersr-h
Berman and performed by his He-
brew class at Beth David. Children
will come in costume and take part
in the traditional Purim parade,
with the selection of Queen and
King culminating the morning's
activities.
All-day carnival and bazaar will
follow the assembly.
Proceeds tor Building Fund
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
Sisterhood will meet for luncheon
Tuesday noon at the Center. Pro-
ceeds of a games program are for
the building fund. Co-chairmen are
Mrs. Sarah Dragoo and Mrs. Lena
Bernstein.

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]4 teaspoon salt
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1 teaspoon salt. Mix thoroughly,
then add the yeast sponge. Stir for
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' inch thick. Cut into 4-inch
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tablespoons butter, >3 cup raisins.
Vt cup chopped walnuts. 2 table-
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spoon vanilla. Place on each circle
1 tablespoon of the mixture and
fold edges over the filling to form
a three cornered cake. Brush the
top with melted honey and let rise,
until double in bulk. Bake in a
greased pan in 350 degs. F. oven
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15, 1957
CWomen in the
jcal Delegation
ews
Joins
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Counci
Vf
n Tribute to Sen., Mrs. Lehman
ms. mom J. CAHN
ten's Activities
I Joint Chamber
and women of Woven's Di-
Cbamber of Commerce of
jlde. Bal Harbour and Bay
or Wands play cards or en-
social hour in the South
of the Surfside Chamber of
every Wednesday after-
Irene Ross, chairman of
es. this week extended an
on to the area's residents to
:ipite in these open house
lions.
classes are resuming at
deck Monday morning in
I South room. The point eys>
used by Mrs. Dudley Bro-
Itrman of the class.
re U an urgent need for
|*IM*k well as for
Unmake them. Anyone who
Wtt hours from 10 to 12
NWata morning in the
I room is most welcome," Mrs.
*ined, "and may call Mrs.
wle^Pifchman, chairman of
fig group."
J^Bd gn.up conducted by
[win-son meets every Thurs-
Mternoon 12:30 at the Beach
93rd st. and the Ocean.
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman will be
principal speaker at a five-day bien-
nial convention of the National
Council of Jewish Women in Wash-
ington opening Sunday, it was an-
nounced Wednesday by Mrs. Moise
S. Cahn of New Orleans, national
president of the 64-year-old educa-
tional and social welfare service
organization.
Tha Senator and Mrs. Lihmm
will be qivan a joint award at tha
convention banquet on Thursday,
Mar. 21, which will climax tha
week'* proceeding*. This will be
the first public tribute to Mrs.
Lehman for her important role in
the Senator's career.
Over 800 delegates from all parts
of the country, representing 108.000
Council members in 240 cities, will
also hear addresses by Dr. Evaline
M. Burns, president-elect of the
National Conference of Social Wel-
fare; Francis Wilcox, Assistant U.S.
Secretary of State for International
Organization Affairs; Patrick Mur-
phy Matin, executive director of
the American Civil Liberties Union;
and Elliot L. Richardson, assistant
secretary of the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare.
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish
Women, will head the local dele-
gation to the Washington bien-
nial convention scheduled to con- -
elude Mar. 22. Also attending as
delegate* from the Greater Mi-
ami area art Mr*. Samuel Gert-
man, administrative vice presi-
dent of Section; Mr*. Sidney Lew-
is, Bisceyne Division president;
and Mr*. Leo Alpert, Island* Di-
vision president.
They will be joined by Mr*. Sam-
uel Berlin, Indian Creek president;
and alternates Mrs. Bob Schwartz.
Bay Division president: Mrs. Jos-
eph Williamson; -Mrs: Stanley C.
Myers, national fourth vice presi-
dent; and Miss-M&nie relrtberg,
executive secretary of "Section.
In line with the convention's
theme, "The VolunteerOur Na-
tional Capital," the delegates will
study and take action on key is-
terhood Hosts Purim Party
fn ball of the Miami Hebrew
jr Congregation will be
Onday evening at Electri-
li'n Hall, 1659 NW 17th
[" wi" a ga|a ,v.ninfl
un nd ntertainment, with
^ "tilt Michel "Attaboy
"ottnberg and other out-
standing acts.
Chairman of the affair is Hershey
Glantz. Mrs. William Weintraub is
prize chairman, Mrs. Ed Becker is
journal chairman, and Mrs. Hersh-
ey Glantz is in charge of tickets.
Sisterhood will be hostess in
charge of refreshments.
sues facing the Council, which is
the oldest major Jewish women's
group in America, in its program
to advance democracy and human
welfare at home and abroad.
Their major concerns will bo
to set program* of activity on
civil liberties, housing, public
school education, immigration
policy, local welfare and health
projects, Israel, the Middle East,
the United Nations, and welfare
and educational services to Jew-
ish communities in other coun-
tries..
An address by Mrs. Cahn on Sun-
day will keynote the convention.
She will set the perspective for
the NCJW's future work in an anal-
ysis of national and international
affairs. After a speech by Dr. Burns
on Monday spotlighting social
needs in the United States, study
groups and workshops will deter-
mine where major stress will be
placed during the next two years
in The health, recreation and educa-
tion services conducted by local
Council Sections throughout the
country. The Section i maintain
over 000 sucl. services.

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15,

Youth Aliyah is on the Progr(
Henrietta Siold croup of Miami IJ. Robbins, national vice president
Beach chapter of Hadassah will
celebrate Youth Aliyah Day with
a luncheon on Monday at Crown
hotel.
Rabbi Marttl Skop will be guest
speaker. A musical program will
be presented with Elmer Hamseny
;i- rioUnJU Mi- Ksther Broday
will sing folk songs, accompanied
on the piano by Olga Bibor Stern
Mrs Ottilie Rosenberg is Youth
Aliyah chairman.

Israeli group will have a lunch-
eon at the Eden Roc Mondav noon
to celebYate %*t^Jli|g> D.i>
Youth Aliyah chairmen of Miami BeacS papier of Hadassah
standing are (left to right) Mesdames Morris Lencer, Stephen
Wise; Ottilie Rosenberg, Henrietta Szold; Mrs. Sol Silverman,
Israeli. Seated are Mesdames Ed Whitehorn, Brandeis; Bar-
nett Beckerman, Youth Aliyah coordinator; and Jean Snyder,
I. R. Goodman. Not shown are Mesdames Samuel T. Sapiro,
Ima coordinator; Leo Chaiken. Herzl; Sigmund Rostler. Hanna
Senesch; David Levinson, Deborah; Jack Bernard. Shaloma.
of the Zionist Organization of
America.
Mrs. Morris Lencer is dinner
chairman.

At groups celebrate their in-
dividual functions, they will hon-
or members who have made out-
right gift* of $600 for the main
tenance and support of a child
for on* year and rm designated
"Imae," or mother* of lra*'.
Another group of women to be
honored are the child-save's, who
have contributed $150 to $450
fgethi
partial support of any Id
There wittV #iesf efeakpr. rml^-jL ftrWIbonth* efkalkr!!
4. ** p fj Jk 11 1 W^
Henl group is planning a dinner
and card party to celebrate Youth
Aliyah on Mcr. 30 at the Empress
hotel. Mrs. Kenneth Sokolsky is
chairman.
'Give for a Child Who Can't Breathe'
Will be Theme of Tag Day, Mar. 21
Take a deeo breathand give
for a child who can't'"
This will be the appeal of the
four local chapters of the Jewish
National Home fur Asth-iatic Chil-
dren on Thursday, Mar. 21. when
they hold their major fund-raising
event of the year, a Greater Miami
T.is Day.
Tag Day will he'p finance the
treatment of 10 children from
Greater Miami, among the worst
asthmatic cases in the country.
who are presently beinu given com-
plete physical, social and emotion-
al care at the non-sectarian Na-
tional Home.
Although the life-saving pro-
gram it carried on without cost
to the parents, to rehabilitate
these 10 Miami children it will
cost $60,000 for their two-year
stay at the Home. Miami has
more children there than any
other city except New York.
Like all JNHAC kids, before
these Miami children were sent to
Denver thev were considered by
their doctors to be hopelessly ill.
One child has not had one asthma-
tic attack in the year she's been
in Denver and. like the others, she
participates in all normal child-
hood activities
For the first time in her life she
is going to school regularly. In
fact, she was just elected president
of her Student Council. And she
can look forward to continued good
health, for 95 percent of the chil-
dren who have been at the* Na-
tional Home maintain their good:
condition They are being eiven
(the chance to be among the happv
and useful adults of their commun-
ity.
Tag Day volunteer; are uricnt.'y
needed.
a musical program is planned. Wr*
Saul Silverman is chairman.

Hanna Senesch group has plans
for a Youth Aliyah luncheon to be
held at the Algiers hotel Mondav
noon. Mrs. Sigmund Rostler and
Mrs Israel Teitch are chairmen.
Mrs. Philip Rudine has arranged
a musical program. Dr. Morton J.
Robbins, of Nashua, NIL. will be
guest speaker.
see
Louis D. Brandeis group has a
luncheon and card party planned
Mondav at the Rosewood room of i
the Fontainebleau hotel. Miami j
Beach Councilman Harold Shapiro
will be guest speaker. Mrs. Edward
! Whitehr.rn and Mrs Larry Roos
will be chairmen of the day.
e e e
Shaloma group is having a lunch-
eon Mondav at the Algiers hotel.
Dutch Shulenberger will be speak-
er of the day Goldie Sussman. so-
prano, will render musical agfae-
tions. Mrs. Max Rothfeld is pro-
gram chairman.

Stephen S. Wise group will have
their affair on Sunday at Algiers
hotel for members, guests and es-
corts Goldie Sussman. soprano,
will render Hebrew and Israeli mu-
sic.
Aida Yaslo. pianist will be accom-
panist, and Alex J Dellerson. bari-
tone tenor, will also be on the pro-
gram.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Morton
Deborah
VouthAl.jahbrusi^
giers hotel Mar S-3L-
thedyis Mrs. David 1$?
meet at the San Manrff'-i
" ta Ann Lo|
a short dissertate on ^'
Margeurite Marx w?s ,
skit. -Treasure chei.
an all-day rummafoakat$l
market Fridav. Mrs. Mary Ia
is chairman The group nJ
')f Mrv.
Braunstein. 92i7 ^ ^
Speaker will be Herbert
aassistant executive director^
bureau of Jewish education.
Devora Kram is chairman.
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The Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women an! Its six constit-
uent chapters are laying final plans
for their 17th annual donor lunch-
eon Sunday. Mar. 24. at the Algiers
hotel.
Council president Mrs. Isaac
Pushkin announced that guest
speaker will be Mrs. Samuel
Jaffe, former president of the
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neer Women and now connected
with the Joinf Distribution Com-
mittee in Pari, France.
Club II will celebrate Purim with
a luncheon on Thursday. Mar. 21.
at noon, in the Raleigh hotel. The
program will include a readin- of
the Merillah by Mrs. Mania Shu-
bow w ih folksong- by Mrs. Sonia
Mr- Bernard Powell, presj.
dent, i- in chaise of arrangements
Club II will also sponsor a boat
ride on Tuesday, Mar. 19, at 5
p.m., pier 10. |n charge of ar-
rangements are, Heinvan Arnet, i
Martin Glick, Mrs. Esther Wein-
stein and Heimie Block.
The C oral Gables chapter will
hold a meeting Thursday in Zamora i
h Onter. Donor Luncheon
plans will top the agenda.
Reception Fetes
School Officials
Senior class students of the Lear
School will attend a tea and recep-
tion given in their honor by Dr
and Mrs K.lward G Lear at the
Lear home. 5825 Alton rd., on Sat-
urday.
The annual affair affords stu-
dents and officers an opportune
o discuss and formulate plans for
'heir graduation program. This
>ear s theme will be "Pathways of
Life carried out in both the nac,
h"ok. as well as In the commence-
ment ceremonies.
I
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New Members Honored
j "anna Senesch group of Hadas-
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their sponsors at a coffee in the
home of group president Mrs J.k
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gland Looks to Rap Egypt Nationals Policy
- secretary for Foreign Affairs Har- dersecretary said that th mm
vey announced in Commoiw Wed- Government deDlored Vh. "h IconUnued' are in defiance of the
neiday. The original protest was baric behavior" of th n"> Universal Declaration of Human
Page 5-B
,SDON (JTA)The British
Krnment is considering a sec
in the United Na
approach
I on the Egyptian
fcritish Jews
Lnals. Parliamentary
treatment
and other of its
nesday. The original protest was
made last December.
Responding to a question by
Under- Laborite Barnett Janner, the Un-
baric behavior" of the Nasser re-
gime in arresting Jews, seques-
RiRhts.
tprino thi. ..__ Aneurin Bevan, Labor leader,
er.ng the.r property and exiling | ked ,hat the government pre.
tnem. Such actions, Mr. Harvey'pare a paper on the matter for
Sisterhood Meets Monday
Coral Way Jewish Center Sister-
hood will meet Monday evening at
West Miami Junior High School.
the House, so that the MP's would
have all the information on the
persecutions.

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XI ea^B^eaaaaaaa1
Talking over details of Charter Day dinner of Yeshiva Univer-
sity are (left to right) Jay J. Berkowitz. Leo Robinson and R. Wil-
liams Apte. Berkowitz and Apte are members of dinner com-
mittee headed by J. A. Cantor and Charles Fruchtman. which is
planning fete at Fontainebleau hotel Mar. 27. It is sponsored
by South Florida chapter of Yeshiva University, of which Rob-
inson is president.
Top Community Leaders to Support
Robinson Fete Honoring Yeshiva
Two of South Florida"* foremost
communal leaders Wednesday ac-
cepted the positions of co-chairmen
for the dinner honoring Leo Rob-
inson, president of 'h Smith Flor-
ida chapter of Yeshiva l"ni\
at the Fontainehleau hotel Mar. 27.
The function will hichlicht a Char-
ier Day celebration marking the
granting of a university charter to
Yeshiva 12 years ago.
.7. A. Cantor. head of the real
estate firm bearing his name, and
Charles Fruchtman. national lead-
er of the I'nited Jewish Appeal who
moved here from Toledo several
years ago. are the co-chairmen of
the dinner committee.
Col. Jacob M. Arvtv, of Mi'"-ii
Beach and Chiceqo, accepted the
position of honorary chairman,
Cantor said.
Cantor, a Trustee of I rael. has
been an active leader in the State
of I>rael Bonds campaign Frucht-
man is a former dinner chairman
of the Hebrew Academy, and has
been on the boards of almost every
fulure of Broao'costim
What can be expected of broad-
casting in both ra iio and TV will
be discussed at th:- Miami Public
Library TI
by a,panel including Jack Ander-
son, radio ami m editor "f
the Miami Herald: Dr. Sidnej V.
Head, director of the radio and
television departmer.' of the I'ni-
versity of Miami, an 1 Jan
Legate, manager of V.'CKT.
Levenson Appointed
Sam C. Levenson was Wednesday
appointed chairman of the nomin-
ating committee of the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Federation. First meet-
ing of the body has been scheduled
for Tuesday noon in the board
room of Federation. 420 Lincoln rd.
^GUST BROS RV|
major Jewish agency in Greater
Miami.
Named as vice chairmen of the
dinner committee are R. Williams
Apte, B. I. Binder, Mayor Shep-
ard Broad of Bay Harbor Islands,
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Isidore Gold-
berg, N. C. Goldman of West
Palm Beach. Mrs. Jennie Gross-
inger. Jack Muravchick, Col. Na-
than B. Rood. Benjamin Rudnick
and S. E. Schwartz
Other dinner committee mem-
ben are Jack A. Abbott. William
Agranove. David S. Andron. Sydney
Aronovitz, Louis Auerbach. Frank
Becker. Stanley M. Beckerman, Jay
J. Berkowitz. Theodore Berman.
Abe Birenh.ium, Harry Blum, Max
Boderman. Charles Bookbinder, Al
Brenner. Jack Carner, Max V. Co-
hen, Benjamin Cohen. Henry Cove.
Jordan Davidson. Edward L. Den-
ison. Meyer Don. Harry Dinner-
stein. Kenneth J. EiH.n. Morris
Y :k. William Farr. MOS Feingold.
Morris F<>\. George PrankeL Harold
Friedman. Leo Gelvan, Theodore |
' Goldstein, Dr. Morris Goodman, j
David Hochberg. Russell Immer-1
blum. bs, Benjamin Kal- \
len, Howell Kase, fflj K. Katz,
Kenin. Mrs Nellie C King,
Jay I Kislak. William Kline. Bert
H Klivan-. Roy Kopstein, Rubin i
Kutun. Sam Lachman. Edward
sa, Dr Edward U
Barney B. Lee. Nathan S. Lee. j
Herbert Liniek, Hilton Linn, Jos-
rnh M Upton, Sam Upton, Samuel
kfagid, Milton Mannheimer. Mur-
ra> M. Mason, Max Meisel, Jack S.;
Mintzer, Harry Sadler. Bertram
Irving Nathanson, Judge
Kenneth Oka. Sidney Pepper. Dan
Piver, Louis N. Pokress, Joseph A.
Pott, Alex Richardson. Benjamin
B Rimer. Paul Rimmcir, Joseph M.
Rose. Allen E. Rosen. Burnett Roth,
William Rubin, Robert Russell,
Samuel Sakols, Harry Schwartz,
Samuel Schwartz. Joshua J Segal,
Arthur Shandloff, Fred Shochet.
Fred Somerstein. Lsaac Stern, Mor-
ris S. Stone. Gus Trau. Robert
Turchin, A. I. L'slander, Nat Wolfe.
35th Anniversary.
Purim Combined
In Unique Fete
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis will cele-
brate their 35th wedding anni-
versary in an unique manner.
The couple, who reside at 1668
SW 14th ter. Miami, will he hosts
to a traditional Purim Sudan giv-
en by Beth El Congregation Sister-
hood Sunday evening at the con-
gregation.
Mr. and Mrs. Zalis were married
in Baltimore. Md.. in 1922. They
Moved almost immediately to Mi-
ami, where Mr Zalis entered the
wholesale produce business in 1925.
Active with the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education and Hebrew Free
Loan Assn. for many yean, Mr.
Zalis was also one of the founders
of the Home for the Aged. He has
been secretary of Beth El Congre-
gation for the past 15 years, a post i
he still holds today, and is also I
secretary of Brandeis Hebrew Aca-
demy.
Mrs bill is past president of the
Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary.
Jewish Home for the Aged, and
also past president of Beth El Con-
gregation Sisterhood.
The couple have four children,
Stanley. Charles. Marvin and Ed-
win. All are native Miamians. Mar-
vin and Edwin were students at
Yeshiva I'niversity in New York.
Edwin is currently enrolled in the
school of medicine at Johns Hop-
kins University in Baltimore.
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will
be guest speaker at the Purim
affair.
w
*. AMD mS. 101 ZALIS
Miss Miriam Wolfe has been
appointed assistant to direc-
tor of National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods and staff
executive for Department on
Advancement of Judaism.
Miss Wolfe succeeds Miss
Josephine Schoenborn,
Efrom Mescheloff Given Top Honors
Efrom Mescheloff is the new
president of the Student Council of
the Chicago Jewish Academy, it
was announced Wednesday by Rab-
bi Schlomo Rappaport, principal.
Efrom. born in Miami Beach 17
years ago. is the son of Rabbi and
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, of Chicago.
Rabbi Mescheloff is former spirit-
ual leader of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion hero. Efrom received his prim-
ary education at the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, where he gradu-
ated with honors in June. 1B53. He
was the recipient of the Science
and Talmud awards.
He entered the Talmudieal
Academy department of Yeshiva
University in New York in Se>e-
tember, 19S3. He was elected to
serve as trustee of the dormitory
for the two years he was a stu-
dent there. Efrom transferred to
the Chicago Jewish Academy
when Rabbi Mescheloff accepted
the spiritual leadership of the
West Rogers Park Copgregation,
today known as Congregation
K.I.N.S. of West Rogers Park.
First as assistant editor of the
school publication. "The Academo-
crat." then as elected editor of the
school "Annual"' and now as presi-
dent of the Student CouncH, Efrom
Married Co-Champs
Sigma Tau Alpha, uf Temple Ju-
dea. and the Granada Hurriccanes,
of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, have been named co-champions
of the 1956-1957 Basketball League,
sponsored by TACS of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
continues to maintain an A i
age in his studies, accon.
Rabbi Rappaport and Dr.
Babad, dean of boys.
He will graduate from
school in June, and plan- w i
tinue his education at No
ern University and the
Theological College of Chit
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ue Experiment in Hypnotism Monday
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^pnotism be used to
f suspect's reaction
test-
says
Detective Warren
Kpwvisor 01 the lie de-
gyratory of the Miami
Police Department.
"Yes," says Dr. David F. Tracy,
one of America's outstanding hyp-
notists.
A unio,u txporimon?, to which
tho public it invltod, using li.
dotoctor maohiiM and a well-con-
ditionod ubjoct, will b. conduct-
ad Monday evening at the Bis-
eayno room of the McAllister
hof I during tm open meeting of
tho Florida Society of Hypnotists.
The lie detector test will be su
pervised by Detective Warren
Holmes, assisted by Edward W.
Hyde, manager of the Miami office
of the William J. Burns Interna-
tional Detective Agency.
Dr. Tracy will discuss, "Self Con-
trol Through Autosuggestion," and
women members of the Florida So-
ciety of Hypnotists, for the first
time in Florida, will attempt to
prove, through actual demonstra-
tions, that women hypnotists can
perform as effectively as men.

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Fridc
March
15,
m o
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London Girl Weds
Miss Madalia Now
Mrs. Rosenberg
MIh Norma Madalia chosr n
Italian silk gown with a chapel
train for her marriage Sunday.
Mar. 10. to Donald Stuart RoMD-
her2 in the Fontainebleau hotel.
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated.
The gown had a front panel of
re-embroidered alencon lace from
neckline to hem. A crown of seed
pearls held her three tiered illusion
veil, and she carried white orchids,
stephanotis and lilies-of-the-valley.
Miss Madalia is the daughter of
Mrs Irene Madalia. 1111 S. Vene-
tian ct.. and the late I. H. Madalia.
She was attended by Mrs. Her-
bert Wainer. Myrna Morton and
Dorothy Felson. Jacksonville
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Rosenberg. 810
Catalonia ave. His attendants were
Marshall Rosenberg. Earle Rifas.
K.rneth Myers. Lowell Rifas and
Eli N. Evans.
Richard Cody. Ronald Lipton.
Ronald Seiden. Ens. Sheldon Aber-
man and Charles Sprintt were
ushers.
The reception was held in the
hotel. After a tour of the Carib-
bean, the couple will live in Coral
Gables.
I attached tp a crown of sequins
Richard Metzger
Mi- Anita I Mill, daughter of
Mr- Deborah Lazarus. 3661 SV*
10th st.. and the late Solomon Laz-
arus, selected Sunday. Mar. 10. at
Rabbi Morris Skops home, to
marry Richard Allen Metiger. son
Of Mr and Mrs. Allen Metzger. 350
S. Shore dr.. in a 6 p.m. ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage
by Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sacks, of
Miami. She selected a cocktail-
length sheath dress of imported
alencon lace with bolero jacket
and mandarin collar. She carried
a bouquet of white orchids, steph-
anotis and lilies-of the-valley.
The bride is formerly from Lon-
don. England, where she received
her formal education.
Mr. Metzger attended schools in
Baltimore. Md. The couple are
spending their honeymoon in Ha-
vana. Cuba. Upon their return.
Ardmor* tney will live at 3621 SW 11th st.,
MIS DOHALD ROSENBERG I Miami.____________________
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Berman, Scharps Say Vows Here
Helen Berman and Edward Rob and Mrs. Mendel Berman. 2158 SW
Ardmor*
MIS. trCNAtC AHTZGEI MS. HAROLD ZUCIUftu
1
Zuckermans Pick Miami for Home
College sweethearts Judith RaeiGolden, of Grand Rapids,.
.,, and Harold Zuckerman as ushers.
The couple attended theI
sity of Miami, and the brio
graduated from Ediion
School.
Following a trip to Meiieii
the couple will live at 4 NM
street.
FOimer BeaCh-lte jand poaril She carried a white
t-i .. ... j I orchid on a white Bible.
EyeS Tall Wedding j The brides sister. Mrs. Nathan
Rabbi and Mrs Moses Meschel- Cynatnon was matron of honor
off of Chicago. 111. announce the Howard Scharps. brother of the
engagement of their daughter. Re- room. was best man.
nah Rahelle. to Alexander Bell, of The reception was held in the
New York City. home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cyna-
A native of Miami Beach, the mon- ,.
bnde^lect is a graduate of Miami I Th ""P""" ,ve on, ,Har
Beach High School She attended ^ *land when lhel ntan> tnml-
W'apner
were united in marriage Monday.
Mar. 4, at the Algiers hotel, Miami
Beach.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Samuel Wapner. 4722 NW tad ave.,
and the late Mr. Wapner. Mr.
Zuckerman is the son of Mrs. Na-
than Zuckerman. 187 NW 53rd st..
and the late Mr. Zuckerman.
Given in marriage by her bro-
ther, Jacob Wapner, of Flint, Mich.,
the bride wore a gown of imported
silk lace which fell into a chapel
train. She carried a prayer book
with an arrangement of white or-
chids.
Her sister, Mrs. Ralph Golden, of
Grand Rapids, Mich., served as ma-
tron of honor. She wore a mauve
dress and carried a spray bouquet
of pink carnations.
Bridesmaids Janice Wapner, of
Flint, Mich., Iris Kogel. of New
York, and Jane T. Zuckerman wore
ballerina-length gowns of pink taf-
feta.
Sheldon Shuster was best man
with Gustav Kogel and Eugene
MISS HNAH MESCHEtOFF
Joanne Mankin's
Troth Announced
the University of Illinois, where
she served as drama and music
editor, as well as feature writer,
for the university publication.
The Pier lllini."
She is presently in her junior
year at Stern College in New York,
where she is president of the Art
Club and art editor of'the senior
year book. She is past president
of the Anne Frank Unit of Junior
Hadassah of Chicaco.
Mr. Bell attended Yeshiva Uni-
versity and was accorded a scholar-
ship to continue his studies in Is-
rael. Since his return, he has been
engaged in business with his father
i in the Bell Slide Fastener Co., of
their Jamaica honeymoon
Brower. of New York, and Ralph
Miss Bush Now'
Mrs. Halpern
A recent weding in bitten j
ish Center united Join i
and Paul Dave Halpern.
The brie is the daughter*
and Mrs. Harry Zuckerma.1
NY. Mr. Halpern is the i
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jack
835 Meridian ave.. Miami
The couple will lire it'
63rd St., after their
tour of Florida.
Mrs. Halpern is a ;
South Broward High School4
Halpern is a graduate of that
versity of Miami, where be I
member of Aloha DeltaI
versity Advertising Club and|
agement Society.
An early fall wedding is planned.
Senior Citizens Celebrate
Mrs. Ethel Lackey. 841 NW 35th N>w York,
ave.. announces the engagement of
her daughter. Miss Joanne Rae
Mi 'kin. daughter of the late Jacob
Mankin. to Rudolph Garber. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Garber. of ] Senior Citizens Council of Great-
Texarkana. Tex. er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
Miss Mankin is a graduate of Mi- ter will sponsor a masquerade
ami Senior High School and at
tended University of Pittsburgh.
Mr. Garber is a graduate of the
University of Texas, school of
pharmacy.
No wedding
made as yet.
Zeidmans Say
[Vows Locally
A home ceremony united I
|Blumenthal and Frank
Sunday. Mar 3.
The bride is the daughter!
and Mrs. Milton Blumenioal]
NE 1st ave. and the brid
the son of Mrs. Rose ZeidN*]
E. 19th St.. Hialeah.
Following their reception I
' ami Springs Villa, the roupkj
on a tour of Florida. Theyt
at 6448 W. 11th ave.
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Purim social Saturday evening a' t-\ i _
the Town Branch. 450 sw i6th barbara Mae s Troth Revealed
ave. Under the leadership of Hen-'; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lepselter.
ry Garison. Joseph Horowitz and 9172 Emerson ave.. Miami Beach
I have been!Maurice Shaw, the program will!and Brooklyn. NY. announce the
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The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, where
she was a member of National
Honor Society. She will graduate
from the I'niversity of Miami in
June. 1957.
She is a member of Alpha Lamb-
da Delta, freshman women's hon-
orary sorority, and was president
of Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority.
Mr. Abelson was in the Armed
Forces in Korea and attended the
University of Miami. At present,
he is production engineer of the I Bentley College, Boston.
Crossly Window Corp.
The couple are planning a sum-
mer wedding.
Madeline's
Is Irwin Levine
The engacrment of 1W
line E. Raider to Irwin
Boston. Mass.. has been
by her parents. Mrs. rtm
Raider. of 8350 Byroo i*.
Beach, and Mr. David L
Brooklyn. NY.
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All Pitch in to Aid New Center
?
A building fund campaign is be-
ing eyed by the recently organ-
ized South Dade Jewish Center
and for good reason.
In the short time of its exist-
net, the Center has grown to In-
dud* 45 students in its Hebrew
classes and 265 students attend-
ing, Sunday school.
In addition, Friday evening
services conducted by Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard at the University
of Miami main campus are enjoy-
ing increasing attendance. While
the South Miami Baptist Church
and South Miami Community
Center have also generously of-
fered their facilities to the young
Jewish congregation, South Dade
officials feel this way about it:
"Everybody has been extremely
gracious and cooperative. But it's
about time we build our own
right are Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg. Mrs. Sidney M. Sch-
x Councilman Harold Spaet, chairman, and Mrs. Jack
binovitch.
deis Ladies Expect
Brilliant Social Success
ran
lomen leaders active in Jewish
mmnal affairs expect the Bran-
i University dinner at the Se-
- hotel Mar 24 to be one of
[outstanding social successes of
1 season.
Iccording to Mrs. Jack "W. Ra-
L-jtch. chairman of hostesses
(that affair, ber committee has
lived enthusiastic responses
j persons in every walk of life
fictivity in this area, and res-
Itions are mounting daily.
j committee assisting Mrs. Ra-
iriUh includes the Mesdames
Ht Alpert. Sam Blank, Ralph
Joseph Duntov, Charles
itman, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Sol
rom, Emanuel Goldstrkh,
i Goodman. Robert Green, Er-
win Hoffman, Sara Holland, Leon
Jacobs, Alexander Kogan, Leon
Kronish, Irving Lehrman, George
Levenson, Louis Makovsky, Harry
Orleans.
The Mesdames Albert Pick, Da-
vid Pollack, Saul Pohn, Samuel
Prosterman, Charles Ratner, Gus
Roberts, Robert Robinson, William
D. Rubenstein, Donald Rubin, Sam
Silver, Samuel Simonhoff, Harold
Spaet.
The Mesdames Max Stadler, Lu-
cille Toloff, Harold Turk, Carl
Weinkle, Sidney M. Schwartz, pres-
ident of the Brandeis University
Women's Committee of Greater Mi-
ami, and Norman Smith, president
of the Hollywood Brandeis Univer-
sity Women's Committee.
J3irtlts in tantt
. tjj\f Socialite
Continued from Poo* 1 B
[ given much time and effort to further the development of
! young congregation.
The Israeli Dental School will be the beneficiary of all funds
wived from the third annual fashion show and luncheon of Alpha
nega (dental fraternity) Auxiliary The show, slated for Mar.
I at the Algiers, will feature Franklin Simon fashions and hair-
Wings by J Baldi The models, all members of the Auxiliary,
klude Mrs. Louis Cover man, Mrs. Harry Gerston, Mrs. Lawrence
Trisne and Mrs. Jack Ladsborg Also Mrs. Arthur Sokoloff, Mrs.
Mara TabaW, Mrs. Charles Alenier and Mrs. Alfred Augustine
\. At the piano will be Mrs. Murray Zinner .
A highly respectable "strip tease" will be one of the high marks
I the show Door prizes and an accessory demonstration are
i nn the program .
Mrs. Seth Rhodes and Mrs. Morton H. Zlsk are co-chairmen, and
ftet reservations are being handled by Mrs. Ralph Leidner and
i Alfred Feinglass.
>>>
Myrs (Mrs. Aaron) Ferr will be installed as president of the
jwihern Inter state Region of the National Council of Jewish Wo-
*n during their biennial convention, scheduled for Mar. 17 at the
oreham hotel in Washington ... A past president of the Greater
Di Section. Myra will have a number of travelling companions
rrlnDade coun,v- amonf them Martha (Mrs. Stanley C.) Myers,
Ww national vice president.
Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital include the following:
Daughter born to Mr .and Mrs.
Jack D. Goldstein, Feb. 15.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Wishnack, Feb. 13.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Lerer, Feb. 13.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Morton
Reiss, Feb. 12.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Kazan Jan. 31.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Drucker Jan. 31.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Cooper Jan. 30.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Koltun Jan. 29.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Darvin Jan. 29.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
RosenJan. 28.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel'FrancoJan. 28.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Herbert SilvermanJan 27.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron FoosanerJan. 25.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Bakst^Jan. 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Bluestein Jan. 22.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Murray SchneiderJan. IB.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin ScreenJan. 18.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin RosenthalJan. 17.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jack FlachnerJan. 16.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
PomeranzJan. 16.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert
SagerJan. 16.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Murry
Weiss Jan. 16.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Schenk Jan. 13.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Barry
Segal Jan. 13.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Stauber Jan. 11.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Liss Jan. 10.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Irving
RosensteinJan. 10.
'home' to quarter our ever-ex-
panding programs."
The Center drive is for $100,-
000, and the first joint Sisterhood-
Brotherhood affair in behalf of
the drive was held Saturday at
the South Miami Riding Club,
with Paul Lowe acting as chair-
man of the affair.
Ultimate hope is for erection
of a new South Dade Jewish Cen-
ter on N. Kendall dr.
To this end, a donor luncheon
was scheduled by the Women's
Group recently in the Rosewood
room of the Fontainebleau hotel,
according to Mrs. Jack Freeman,
chairman. Mrs. Lou Kirk, presi-
dent, gave a resume of the past
year's activities.
Miss Joselof f
Weds Dr. Rudnick I
On a wedding trip to Puerto Rico
and the Virgin Islands are Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph H. Rudnick, who were
married Feb. 24.
The bride is.
'he former Doris j
P. Joselof f, daugh-
ter of Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Jos-
jeloff, 5675 La
rjGorce dr., Miami
: Beach.
The bridegroom
is the son of Mr.
i..isnd Mrs. Louis
""wi" Rudnick, 6410
Granada blvd., Coral Gables.
The bride received her AB de-
gree from the University of Miami.
Dr. Rudnick attended Harvard
University and the SL Louis Uni-
versity school of medicine.
He is presently an instructor in
the department of obstetrics and
gynecology at University of Miami.
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Students of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will mark
the holiday of Purim with a pro-
gram Sunday.
An "Eternal Light" script, pre-
pared by the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, will be pre-
sented.
Featured are Diane Cynemen,
Susan Sherman, Harriet Stone,
Stephen Dubrow, David Klein,
Howard Kaplan, Howard Du-
chon, and Larry Haber.
m charge of arrangements are
Mrs. Rebecca Kelemer, Mrs. Jane
Schulman, Miss Marlene Duchon,
Miss Jane Neustein, Frank Rreut-
|zer, Garvin Kleber and Jerome
Schulman.
Food Exnert in Talk
Victor Lindlahr. founder and ex-
ecutive director of Heart Savers
Foundation, was guest speaker at
a luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge last
week at the Shelborne hotel. He
spoke on his forthcoming book,
Don't Eat Your Heart Out."
Miss Liss Eyes
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ance, Stuart Eueene Kaufman.
Their engage-
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ed by her par-
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tax Krinsky, of
'.reat Neck, L.I.
Miss Liss, who
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3rd ter., is a stu-
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Mr. Kaufman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Kaufman, 681 NE 67th st..
is attending evening classes at the
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CJA Trades Offer Full Cooperation
Five important Trades Divisions this week announced that business leaders are responding
strongly to the needs of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
The Miami businessmen's annual Westview dinner raised $4,138 for (he regular CJA campaign, an
increase of 9 per cent. In addition. $2,085 was raised for the emergency campaign, an increase of 800
Chairmen
percent over last year.
Aaron Kravitz and William Wein-
traub Wednesday reported gifts are
continuing to come in from retail
merchants and other businc-m
throughout the city.
Sam Goldman, chairman of tht
Drug and Sundries Division, has
announced that the dinner event
held at the home of Julius Kasdin
raised $6,500 for the regular cam-
paign, whirh was an increase of
more than 300 oer cent. Tha Drug
group contributed $3,365 for the
Emergency Rescue Fund as com-
pared to $150 last year.
IllWim I Of the. Needle Trades
Division, beaded by Sam Kantor.
raised S9-.510 for tho regular and I
S4.150 for the emergency drive at
the dinner parly in Mai Marshall's
hone. These totals represent in- j
creases of 49 per cent in the reg-
ular campaign and a huge 1000 per
cent increase in the emergency
tirive.
Marvin Etauzin, chairman, and
Lcc- t'h.iikin. honorary chairman,
announced that the Liquor Dhrurfon
has received S17.460 for an 11 per
cert increase in the regular drive,
and $4,920 for a 66 per cent in-1
crease in the emergency drive.
i
$17,540 was raised in the Restau-
rant Division and Allied Trades
luncheon recently hosted by Ed
Lassman. Co-chairmen Sam Sch-
wartz. Sam Sterling, and Jack Fish-
man announced that this figure is
an 11 per cant increase over 1956.
Joe Mechlow, division coordinator,
further announced emergency gifts
in the amount of $10,840, which is
300 per cent over last year's
achievement.
One of the laraest unit increas-
H realized in the Biacavne
Point area headed by Joseph Ros-
ipiilwil, At a recent breakfast.
$6,930 was raised, compared to $4.-
17C last year. The emergency total
of S4.PP0 over-lia.i. ue.l la.\t year's
total of $355 Shepard Broad is
chairman of Miami Beach Re>i-
dants and i- assisted by Dr. J. A.
Gr- nhouse.
Carl Susskind. Business and
Pr (east n- chairman, announced,
that division increases prevail
thr> ughout the campaign, and he
teas confident of record totals by
Mar. 17. next report meeting date, j
Full Cooperation
Howard Kane, president of the
Gre.ter Miami Jewish Federation,
and John Serbin. general chairman |
of the Combined Jewish Appeal, an-
nounced Wednesday that all na-
tional and local organizations are
firmly united behind this year's
life saving drive.
Addressing a meeting of cam-
paign leaders last week at the Al-
giers hotel, Serbin disclosed that
presidents of leadinq organiza-
tions have exoressed their full
cooperation with CJA and intend
te beck up their statement by re-
fraining from participating in other
fund drives or multiple appeals.
Kane said that >uch internation-
ally known organization^ as B'nai
B'nth. Hada>v;,h .Iewi~h War Vet-
erans, the Joint Defense Appeal.
and many others are requesting
tbeir members to participate ac-
ti\-Iy in the 1957 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal drive "inasmuch as
the.-e agencies look to CJA for fi-
nancial support."
Programs Threatened
Reports received from th health
and welfare agencies in the com-
munity indicate that, unless this
year's Comhined Jewish Anneal
drne is successful, many of these
services will have to be curtailed
A*t. Sinai Hospital which volun-'
tarily, and with full cooperation of
Broncfc Hears Talk
Poale Zion Branch was to meet
Thursday evening at Temple
Emanu-EI. with David Freedman
acting as chairman. Scheduled
wa- an address on "Ideological Con-
flict of Poale Zion Movement in
America." by A. J. Ishlon.
Federation, agreed to terminate its
annual Jubilee, now looks to the
Combined Jewish Appeal, for maj-
or support. These are funds requir-
ed to guarantee continuation of the
many free services to patients who
can not pay.
Other important institutions such
as the Jewish Home for the Aged
and the various branches of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center are also threatened by
a lukewarm response to the CJA
drive.
The Hungarian refugee program
in Greater Miami is also financed
by Federation's fund drive
through the services of the Jewish
Family Service and the National
Council of Jewish Women. Fully
cognisant of this latest community
emergency. Federation has this
year set aside a special refugee
fund to provide housing and tem-
porary relief for the newcomers.
Division Drives
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, with its vast responsibility for
teaching standards and for the cul-
tural development of boys and girls
iS'^H:
in Dade county,
Pendent upon ft? 2N
W' campaign re*lu|
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Milzvli
Volunteers Show Spirit of Community Service
Over 125 volunteers are enrolled M.irit.-in. iiaiibi Hanr? CMtoHaa. Mra. Morrii Dattaf, ROM t*>w, lOMrad KVr- ,jo>*(>h H. Turk in fhp rnmmnnitv rnmniionc fnr V'.l"'''1 .' ".'"'' Mr" '""" """"". Ihf. I.-l.r M. Krledman, Saul KYIed- U.uln Wallace. Monlsl. Wiener.
in the community campaigns for Alb,rl ,,. Si..,.a Robert i. s,- ,, Nathan <:izu>r. Milton H..r-| WEST miami: Nathan K
the (omolnea Jewish Appeal in^u-k. Arnold J. Burn, K.iw.n.i Talc-laieln. Joe*** Kalian.T. Irvin KaU. {Morrhi s. Marlln, Lee Rubin; Marilyn
six outlying areas of Dade coun-)'"Hn. Kit Thaw, rlarrj Vail, Rabbi .ini. Kllon, Barnard Koiuff. Rabbi 1 Hum, Joveph Bcbere Mra. s. i>. sem-
ty, it has been announced by Sey- "';"'_'" _;M Wai!a I

_,ald son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lg Gaby. 1321 Daytonia.
will become Bar Mit2vah
Jiurday morning. Mar. 16,
iNorlh Shore Jewish Center.
bbi Mayer Abramowirz will
iciate. Ronald is a student
[religious school at the Cen-
r and attends Nautilus Jun-
%wT
**.-

blene, daughter of Mr. and
p. Hairy Greer, will be-
pme Bos Milzvah during Sat-
piay morning services. Mar.
|3, of Temple Emanu-El. Ar-
fent is an eighth grade stu-
lent at Nautilus School and
fiends pre-confirmation class
:-Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi
iving Lehrman will officiate.
mour Liebman, general commu-
nity chairman.
Greatest enrollment of cam-
paigners was chalked up in th
j Flagler-Granada area, where 44
men and women are registered to
commence solicitations in that
i community.
A kay grouo of 36 volunteers ere
' signed up in North Miami, accord-
I inq to Liebman, and 25 workers
' maka up the corps of laadars in
| tha North Miami Beach arts. In
Hialaah-Miami Springs, 16 volun-
teers ara> signed up, and in Wast
Miami, 10 workers ara listed. In
the) southernmost community of
Homestead, a steering committee
of seven workers want into action
last weak to anroll even more
workers.
The following prominent com-
munity leaders have been named
to head the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaigns in their respective
communities: Joe Masters, Flagler-
Granada; Mrs. Nathan Becker, Gil-
bert J. Levy and Samuel Levine.
Hialeah-Miami Springs; Jesse Teit
ler. West Miami; Arnold Stern. Al-
vin Cawn and Al Sherman, North
Miami; Bernard Koloff and Arthur
Snider, North Miami Beach; Her-
man Marks, Homestead.
Following are the volunteers who
are signed up thus far in the above
named area campaigns:
FLAQLER. GRANADA: Edith Abrl-
eon, Ray lterrln. Mr.-. rYcl Blacker,
Louis Buiih. Harry Cerotkln. R.-n
Cleln. Marcla Cov.i inn, A. 11. and
Sarah Cromer, Hi irietta lirtlts, Ue> -
Irude Katcriuan. Gueale rVllinan. Mor-
rii nabec. Je M. Freed, Mrs. Samuel
Goldstein, Morris 'ilaxers. Nettie
l.in. ItaMn ! Harry Hlrsh, Robert 1". Jaffata, Solo-
mon Iss, rrlK'i-R. Jeaiit-Uo Joiiu*. B. P
and !< hecca Kudu in
Adele Kaye, IrvinK Ux, II. MaU-
k..ff, riaiilia kt MaJln, Joaenta Una-
tera, Mra. Edward Peyaar, knots B.
Podnija, Mrs. <'rt llosen, l..i>n A.
Ki.tir. Bam Rothenbert, I'hlllp *hirf.
Philip Mrlljtnian. Harry U Sbanils.
Maur lea .Shaw, Louis Sleael, Sidney
Sillltr. Harold strumpf. Ruln-rt'J. Tiui-
bar, I'Miilp Winii-k.
HOMESTEAD: Taill Losner, Her-
man Marks, Sol Newman. Sidney
Pockets, Irvine Peakoa, Sam si..ink-
man. Abe Silver.
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS: Eu-
(;. ri.- Alexander, Irene Backer, Wal-
,,. i'.win, Sam K. Daniels, Abra-
ham Praldlin, I)r. Nathan I rleilnmn.
Bernard KurnsaBi Mra, l.<- Oelvun,
Joseph Horowltt, Frank Kerahner,
Jacob Klraohbauni, Hamll P Kraviti.
Samuel Levlne. Gilbert .1 L\"J. Ted
.1. l.invHion, Ilavlrl J. Saehs,
NORTH MIAMI: Murra, .vpfclhn'im,
Mrs. Jack AnaBst. Sam Avlns.
Blank, Herbari Buchwald, Alvln s
Cawn, David Dofploff, Henrj Oilhrt.
Btanley Qlattar, rranh Qoodman, Max
Im'i-bt, Haiiiii I >h\ lii W. Ilerson,
.! Mi.n Jaooba, Ban MlUara, Martha
NORTH MIAMI BEACH: Kvelyn Al-
son, living Heyi.i. ,, ,..........
it NuviiiHon, Banna Paekar, Jaeob iTaltlar, i*<>nani WaUaah, Rabbi Ai-
Plltt, A.....n Si. -ill. A rlhnr I SnydfT, (rad Waxman.
"Keeping Kosher with Curuss'
*ir uvrrr
[onvalescentHome
ns Parly, too
* general mooting Wednesday
r m the Algiers hotel, a build-
7 md drive for the purchase
'urnIshin? o( ,he B.kur cho|em
/)*** Home will draw to a
t, t*er. chairman of
eonunitte*. said Wednes-
honored guast, Harry
Levitt to Mark
Eighty Years
Harry Levitt, pioneer builder and
developer of South Beach, will cele-
brate his 80th birthday Sunday at
a Purim luncheon tendered in his
honor by the officers and directors
of the Hebrew Academy.
A founder of tha Academy. Le-
vitt served as honorary vice prasi-
dent sine* its establishment nine
years ago. Ha is also a founder of
Bath Jacob Congregation and othar
civic and. philanthroaMc organiza-
tion*.
Levitt arrived rn Miami Beach in
1918, and'"was instrumental in
building the Sea Breeze and Bo*:
ton hotels, "and the Loews, Royal
nd BiHmore apts., all in Miami
| Beach.
Members of his immediate fam-
ily who will be present at the
birthday are his son, Clarence, of
Niagara Falls, and daughter, Mrs.
Dorothy Klein,-of Baltimore, Md.
Chairman is Uawfi
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
sponsor a Purim party Sunday at
6500 N. Miami ave.. from 5 to 7
p.m. Mrs. Sadie Saul is chairman
of the affair.
birthday will be celebrated.
Levitt is among community
leaders supporting Bikur Cholim
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FantasyP-Egyptian Long-Range Planning Thinks Other
By EPHRAIM KISHON i partially de-mothballed and sent a The world press gave Israel Its by Marshal Bulgenrn, who pre- fares wore najnm'A
By EPHRAIM KISHON ipartiallv de-mothballed and sent a The world press gave Israel Its
-. letter to Marshal Bulganin. The' unreserved sympapthy. In the I
War broke out in May, 1957. The Argh s rcme Command agreed to Herald-Tribune commemorative is-
of Egypt. Syria and Jor- .,__ ____,:_. tllP trlp Aknn brothers glorified
armies of Egypt, Syria and Jor-
dan, under joint command, pene-
the cease-fire. -up- *
On the shores of bombed-out Tel Israel's
Alsop
demo cratic
character.
trated Israel s borders practically M.jv gnd Hajfa g, 616 Jewlsh sur. stressing the great loss the world
along their whole length. The Is- vJvors wefe sheltering in camps un. had suffered with the demise of
rael Army was not surprised by the \ Dro(ection. the small model state. Ed Murrow
blow, but, lacking heavy weapons
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is
raprintad from Tha Jerusalem
Pott.
World Conscience Awakened
And then the worlds conscience
awakened.
Public opinion was gripped by
such consternation, that its echoes
reverberated even in the Eastern
Bloc. "History has tragically caught
up with the Imperialists* puppet
state" "Izvestia" wrote. "Israel
was a reactionary, feudalistic body,
and especially an adequate air arm,
had to limit itself to defensive
maneuvres. The Arab invasion
was supported by 3.000 Soviet its government an oppre.-Mw
tanks and 1,100 planes. tary dictatorship, but the suffer
Why the small Jewish State had ings of the innocent population
been unable to procure proper de- cannot fail to awaken compassion
fensive weapons before the ex- jn the camp of peace, which always
pected Arab blow fellthat is a fearlessly champions the cause of
riddle which only history will the small nations. It cannot be de-
solve. In October 1956 certain un- nied, however, that Israel has
confirmed rumours circulated brought down the doom upon it-
about allegedly large quantities of self. The Jewish nation, whose his-
modern weapons from certain u>ry is so :
Western Powers, but it seems that
these were made dependent on cer-
openly came out for Zionism on
TV, and declared that "every
American Jewish family was en-
titled to be proud of the heroic
Israel nation." The until then un-
sympathetic Manchester Guardian
fervently beat its chest and declar-
ed that Israel had been perfectly
mill- right and that "its tragedy would
for centuries burn like an accusing
toruch under the window of the
worlds conscience."
Tha necessity for a political
settlement was first pointed out
imbued with suffering,
will now again have to seek refuge
among hospitable nations. As al-
ways, the Soviet Union will ensure
full rights for its citizens of Jew-
ish origin."
After this article, there was no
more mention of the affair in the
Soviet press.
Tha Wast did not hide its sym-
pathy for Israel. Tha most fam-
ous politicians sounded warning
notes Sir Winston called Israel's
liquidation "tha century's badge
of infamy" and tha usually re-
served Sir Anthony declared:
"We have witnessed sad events
indeed, which make tha strength-
ening of the United Nations Or-
ganization imperative." Hugh
Gaitskell eulogized Israel at a
memorable session of the House
of Commons: "They ware our
friends"he cried, "heroes and
socialists! We shall always cher-
ish their beloved memory!"
convened. Secretary General W* ,P,inion1 in the Pr*"**ive
marskiold had sent two personTl %*? Ind^f JFfl? ^
emissaries to the ME. but they d.d SJSS t^, tl U 5 5?
not receive entry visas to Egypt i ^a, a *"*"-
and had to follow events from! forced
Copenhagen. The U. S. immediate-
ly convoked the Security Council
tain operations connected with
the Suez crisis and therefore did
not materialize.
Made bold by the attackers'
initial successes, Saudia, then
Iraq, and finally Lebanon also
declared war on Israel.
The Israel Government immedi-
ately appealed to the UN, whose
machinery, however, took some
time before it set itself in motion.
World public opinion has been
caught completely unawares by the
Arab attack: Nasser, President of
Egypt and Jordan, had assured the
world at large only a few weeks
before that he was concentrating
all his efforts on the regions eco-,
nomic consolidation. The huge'
quantities of Soviet arms in Arab
hands caused universal consterna-
tion.
Events from Copenhagen
Even before the Security Council
for the weekend and drafted
private meeting: "We are
to condemn the reckless
step of our Arab brethren."
Victory Parade
At his Tel Aviv victory parade,
cease-fire resolution. The reolu- v. j AVIV V,clory parade-
t.on was carried, but the Son et S5ser stfd ""rounded by Soviet
Union used ,ts right of veto. SreS PanT^ed ^ ^ Cmmmm
mg that it saw in the Arab action a '
a coup and seized
glorious chapter in thestruggie'for ^Ta King 1S!U<'declared his re-
fr^m .s.-----u:_____, ^girne a Peoples Democracy. State
Department circles expressed ap-
freedom of the subjugated colonial
peoples
The Venezuelan delegate ac-
cused the Soviet Union of collu-
sion in the preparation of the at-
tack, and Ambassador Eban
brought documentary proof that
Soviet officers and advisers were
directing the operations. Tha
Soviet Foreign Minister branded
the Israel declaration "a typical-
ly Jewish provocation." The
Pope broadcast an appeal for the
preservation of the Holy Sites.
The Arabs had meanwhile reach-
! prehension lest the Soviets gain a
, certain degree of influence in th->
Middle East. President Eisenhower
submitted an extraordinary bill to
I Congress for the immediate ad
Imittance of 25 thousand Israel
refugees.
The President's speech sparked
unprecedented worldwide enthusi-
asm Switzerland immediately of-
ered 2.000 transit visas and Gua-
temala increased its quota for Jew-
i-n immigrants from 500 to 750
Socialist Labour the
"= world over
ed Israels large c.ties and"were u condemn!^* 'l" and sharp
bombarding them with rockets. I -- _deran?d..Arab session. In
The Security Council again met in
emergency session, but Russia
again vetoed the cease-fire resolu-
tion. At American pressure, the
UN. General Assembly met in ex-
traordinary session and passed the ; "".r" JTmmSm oi public opir,
cease-fire resolution. But the draft- the_,New Zealand Government
ing of the final text took a number i p,posed a Pact of eternal friend-
of days, as the original draft call-!, P W1,h. ,sraels memory. Aus-
ed for an "immeHiato" *;_- P.M. Menzies
a number of Western capitals .,.
dents demonstrated in front of the
Arab legations. Some w.ndows
were smashed.
Unrewrved Sympathy
J^aKS f. ">'< opin-
ed for an "immediate" cease-fire,
while the Indonesian amendment
used the expression "as soon as
possible." The parties finally com-
promised on "speedy."
By then the fighting had reach-
ed the hearts of the large cities.
The U. S. threatened to apply eco-
nomic sanctions against the bellig-
Arab
called the
aggression "infamous" At
the national conference of Amer-
can Jewish organizations, the As-
sistant Secretary of State made a
solemn promise (with the Presi-
dents approval, to the effect that
n future the U. S. would devote
greater attention to the problems
erents un.ess they stopped fighting jof sma nations nd prey", T
w.,h,n five days, and India's recurrence of similar
Nehru appealed to Nasser to be
humane with the Jewish civilians.
excesses."
While expressing their deep regret
the State Department spokesmen
Qu.te unexpectedly. Saudi Arabia stressed that up to a certain *T
nationalized Aramco. President Ei- j Israel herself was ,o blame foVnot
senbower ordered the Navy to be preventing the attack in time
posed to convene a 5 Power con-
ference In Cairo "with the par-
ticipation of all interested par-
tial." The Soviet Government
made another goodwill gesture
by requesting Nasser not to de-
mand excessive materiel com-
pensation for the permission to
evacuate the Israel refugees.
This humane Soviet step made
an extremely favourable impres-
sion the world over.
The Israel refugees, scattered
over the four corners of the earth,
were overwhelmed with affection
and admiration. They inspired such
a wave of enthusiasm for Israel as
had not been witnessed since the
creation of the Jewish State. In
most countries, main thorough-
named after i
the UN memoriajZ\
almost unanimouii/S
chair of the Jewish,
leave it va<
*"lst ^y amo^
U.N. member suttt.
reached its c|imax ^^
sian Foreign Minister unl
ly- proposed the holaW
rael Day." Israel bec^,,'
national symbol oi Jwu,.
allty.
Israel did not ..j, j
157, but rashl, *\
Egyptian war machin, (,!
Sinai Peninsula and tkerrfj
the opportunity to wi hJ
world's sympathy. And |J|
reat pity. God know, *
hall have such a dun*.
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ni Beach Community Singers, conducted by Ben Yomen,
(participate with cast of 80 singers, dancers and actors in
Lieie performance of "Queen Esther" at Miami Beach aud-
|urn Sunday evening, a Biblical pageant telling story of
'm ihrouqh music, drama and chance. First row (left to right)
Frieda Zyss, Yetta Winnick, Sylvia Cores, Evelyn Dennon,
tdv Solar, Renee Brecker, Margaret Yomen, Ben Yomen,
jra Lieb, Dorothy Reborber, Helene Kaplan, Rae Brooks,
ba Copeland. Second row (left to right) are Shirley Taffel,
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K'lJ*-
Ann Levine, Lillian Terris, Naomi Abel, Sarah Kirschner, Rose
Abelson, Shura Longer, Nan Cohen, Edith Rothstein, Bess Flie-
gelman, Monica Monheit, Mary Lynn, Frances Burns, Bertha
Teitlebaum. Jean Devens. Gertrude Canter, Rose Goldner.
Third row (leh to right) are Sadye Kayes, Joseph Shulman, Sam
Friedman, Sol Weinstein, Harry Sacks, Charles Siegel, William
Weiss, Harold Spaulding, Maurice Engle. Louis Greenfield,
Bernie Sager, Samuel Freedman, Marc Coross, Joseph Pran-
sky, Esther Inzelstein.
Flagler Carnival Slated Sunday
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commun
ity Center will hold a carnival
Sunday at the Center, beginning
at noon. Mrs. Edith Abelson is
chairman for this biggest, fund
raising even of the year.
Mrs. Jess Cohen is in charge of
the cafeteria. A "pantry pick-up"
booth is planned.
Robert Whitman is supervisine
Beth Israel Plans
Long Weekend
A gala Purim weekend is in store
for members of Beth Israel Congre-
gation. The Men's Club, Sister-
hood, Boy Scouts, teenagers, and
Hebrew school students wUl join
together Saturday evening for the
reading of the Scroll of Esther.
Mrt. Irving Schwarti, presi-
dent of the Bath Israel Sister-
hood, said that Purim noiee-ma-
kers will ba distributed to chil-
dren.
Sunday evening the Beth Israel
Hebrew school players will present
a Purim play, "Lots of Fun." Chil-
dren participating in the program
are Joseph Amiel, Harvey Matter,
Jack Habib, Henry Milsen. Paul
Wotfson, Barry Malter,' Miriam
Schwartz, Harvey Slavin, Elliott
Cohen, Martin Golden, Mark Levy,
Barbara Schwartz, Susan Malter,
Andrea Milsen, Marsha Kratish,
Larry Cohen, and Ira Cohen.
construction of the booths. Other
members of the carnival commit-
tee are Mrs. Charles Adelman, Rob-
ert Brown, Harry Burak, Eli Cohen,
Jess Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Cov-
erman. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cromer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hass, r. and Mrs.
Harry Hirsh, Mrs. Ben Jonas, rs.
Walter Kaye, Sam Kessler, Mrs.
Barney Landers, Mrs. Al Lewis,
Joseph Masters, Mrs. Morris Pod-
nos, Mrs. Carl Rosen, Ray Scheer.
Harry Shamis. Mrs. Aaron ShaDiro,
Mrs. Sidney Sloan, Sidney Stiller,
Sidney Wirtsehafter and Al Ziegler.
f

iter Miami Alumnae Assn. of Delta Phi Epsilon will mark
iritis 40th birthday on Founders Day Satuiday at Eden Roc
wn luncheon will feature a fashion show. Mrr Nathan
^president, presents educational film to Dr. Robert y.
Mfrpresident of local Heart Assn. Proceeds of Founders
z'% will pay for sorority's film gift to Miami rUart group.
Mrg*#f reservations are Mrs. Marvin Gubermah, i690 SW
PMM Mrs. Zwitman, 5565 SW 2nd st.
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School to Mark Purim
Y. L. Peretz School will hold a
Purim party and concert Sunday
afternoon, 3 p.m., at 1545 SW 3rd
st., Miami.
Junior Unit Moots
Miami Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah was t,o meet Thursday
evening at Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious school. Scheduled was a
Purim skit.
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idnre (Frodal Newmalli
CTV 'he Fnr [jj. newly formed
iX"- !ItteM- h on-
to *V*!S fc,r Pur''n spec-
t.f willuke place on
We "'e' 6;30 P.m. at the
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hi.Jd|UB,,th"'*l-.
life Mombor luncheon
Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, president
of the Sisterhood of Temple Eman-
u-EL. announces a life membership
luncheon for Wednesday noon at
the Fontainebleau hotel.
Spectacular
Professor Jamas Corey and John-
ny Frank.
The affair, which Includes a full-
course dinner, will ba, MC'd by
Edward T. Newman.

Purim Ploy on Sunday
Israelite Center religious school
will present a Purim play and pa-
geant Sunday morning. The play
was written by school student Jan-
ice Duchon.
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Myers Again to Serve with CJFWF,
Named to Lurie Fellowship Comittee
Stanley C. Myers, who has long i member of the board of directors,
been active in Miami and national Myers was a founder and has been
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BY HENRY LEONARD
Jewish affairs, will continue to play
a key role in the work of the Conn
cil of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds during 1957.
Myers will again serve as chair-
man of the professional personnel
committee, which plans and devel-
ops programs to recruit skilled
workers for Jewish communal ser-
vice. As chairman of the personnel
services sub-committee of the bud-
get and finance committee. Myers
will head the effort to study the fi-
nancial problems involved in re-
cruiting professional workers.
He will also serve as chairman
of the newly created H. L. Lurie
fellowship committee, which will
make available annual grants for
training and research in the
Jewish communal field.
Closely associated with CJFWF
for many years, he vu ib presi-
dent from 1946 to 1950 and is I
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, chairman of its
Combined Jewish Appeal, chair-
man of the Community Chest cam-
paign and president el the Coun-
cil of Social Agencies.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds La ihe
national association of central Jew-
ish community organizations, ten
ing 800 communities in the United
States and Canad I M th 'ir instru-
ment in dealing with national prob-
lems and in providing central MH
ices m campaigning, budgeting, -"
cial planning, community organiza-
tion and community interpretation.
Woferf Orchestra Leader
Makes Miami His Home
Ballet Russe Boasts
Top Male Dancers;
3 Programs Listed
The University Of Miami presents
the Ballet RUSH de Monte Carlo
in three different program* at
Dade County auditorium on Friday
Orchstra leader Ralph Flanrui evening and Saturday matinee and
gan has become the newest per- evening.
manent resident of Greater Miami., It has been said the Ballet Russe
as he and his family have taken an tie Monte Carlo has the greatest
apartment in Miami Springs pend- group of male stars ever assembled
"it wasn't at all like The Book."
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Flannagan. vacationing for the
past month at Miami Springs Vil-
la-, began an engagement there
la-t weekend. Early in the sum-
mer he will go to New York's
Roosevelt hotel for a date.
because the company's repertoire
demands the greatest amount of ex-
Birnbaum, 72, Passes Away
Jewish commentator Herman*
Birnbaum. 72. passed away Wed-
nesday of a heart condition Mr
Birnbaum. who resided at the Ang-
lers hotel, is survived by his bro-
ther. Joseph, and two BOBS, Max
and Emanuel. Services were sched-
uled for Thursday, Mar. 14. at
Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel
at 11 a.m.
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'Golden Journey' Reviewed
Edward Clarke, of the University
of Miami faculty, will review "The
Golden Journey." by Agnes Sligh
Turnbull. Thursday morning in the
auditorium of the Miami Women's
Club at 10:45 a.m. Soloist will be
Francclle Bellenger, pianist, who
will play Chopin Etudes.
JGOf rOUSlMVITCH
pert dancing on their part. The
company's male wing this year is
headed by premier danseur Igor
Y "iisekevitch and includes Alan
^-^"^^~^^^^.*^ Howard, Miguel Terekhov. Eugene
...............^ Slavin. Deni Lamont and Kenneth
Gillespie
Fm many yean the world of bal-
let was dominated by the ballerinas
and the men served merely as cav-
aliers. It was lip to them" lo show
the ballerina off to advantage and
they were seldom given an oppor-
tunity to dance.
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In ballet as we know it today,
although the male dancers still
partner the ballerinas, they also
dance many important roles and
ballet would net be ballet with-
out their electrifying presence.
Their parts have nearly as wide
a range as the ballerina's and re-
quire equal if not more skill,
training, technique and show-
manship.
Marcia Yalibus Is
Queen at Rose Ball
Marcia Valibus. popular model
and University of Miami student,
wore the coveted Queen's crown at
the eiL'hih annual Rose Ball held
last Saturday at Bayfront Park aud-
itorium. American beauties Kay
Kessel. Gloria de Moya, Rosalie
Ogden and Violet Bonner compris-
ed the Queen's court.
The Rose Ball is the annual
event soonsored by the Greater
Miami Florists' Assn., which dec-
orated the auditorium with fifty
thousand dollars worth of roses
and other flowers.
Against this lavish setting. Jor-
dan Marsh presented a continu-
ous fashion show from 2 to 5 p.m.
Theme of fashion show was "Go
Wild with Pink." and it featur-
ed several original designs cre-
ariists contributed still life and
landscape paintings which were ex-
hibited at the auditorium.
At the Ball, which commenced
at 9 p.m.. Art Giles' two orches-
tras provided continuous dance
music, and the entertainment
program was highlighted by
Janis Wadsworth and Lou Weber.
Proceeds from the combined
events go to the Greater Miami
Lions Clubs' Sight Conservation
Fund The goal is $50,000. which
will be used to support the Light-
house f..r the B ind and the Lions'
many other worthy sight conserva-
tion efforts
Gruenhut Named
Branch Manager
Abraham A. Gruenhut has been
named manager of the Normandv
Isle Branch of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., Miami
Beach, the board of directors an-
nounced.
Gruenhut. 41, was branch mana-
ger of the Leumi-Lc Israellargest
commercial bank in Israelfor sev-
eral years. He began his banking
career there in 1934 and continued
it until last year when he came
to Miami Beach to permit his wife
to join her family.
He is married to the former Ce-
cila Rotfort. of Miami Beach. Thet
couple met while Mrs. Gruenhut
was visiting in Israel. They have
been married four years, and have
one son, Ron.
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$33 -Code County acres 25,000
$150-Tama 10,000
S3 50 W. Holly weed 130
S55 -Lake Placid 5,000
$1*0 Homestead 350
$1,750-Hialeoh on Rt. 27 30
S2,250-Colden Glades Hwy 7
DAVID SEN)
420 LINCOLN ROAD
JE 4-4654
Ft. Myers Area
MOST desirable tract w M
tslewet, 1 mile freettee **)]
read 7*7, like emevet ml
frenteae. 447 acres at S+*)|
acre, 24% down.
James M. lynch, Broil
325 N.W. 54th Street
Ph. PL Ml 65 and PL
REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN
NEEDED
Norman E. Butler, Redtw,
13030 N.W 7th Ave. MOT
Hurricanes Install
Schwartz President
IT WMM.L OST .IfOffK f.V \%8
WE ARE still selling Bargains in 1957 such as oceanfront
tract North Key Largo $50,000 or Big PLne Key Tract $45,000
or Key Largo 3 bedroom home $7,500 or new attractive
Key Largo cottage $5,000. We have many other excellent
investments that will meet your reguiremonts. How is this
for size 2 lots near Postofiice in village of Key Largo for
only $1,000, terms or cash.
For Complete Info See George Dykoa, Broker
609 Ingraham Bldg. pp 3.9922
or ask Carrojl Martin at our Tavernior office.
Not only nut they partner the.
ballerinas in difficult duets. |iut
they m then appear and dance; ,avill Lrwison ^
a variation involving the mo* d.ffi- Sholem Idge. VwHS^S^iS.
1> installed.officers of Hurricanes
AZA at a recent meeting hi
Installed were Douglas Schwartz
president; Richard Cramer, vice
president; Irwin Siegel. secretary-
Phil Edwards treasurer; and Bob
Levitt, pledge master.
Minor officers are Charles Green-
berg. Larry Gold. Donald Bierman
and Richard Beiley.
Richard Cromer gave an address
on AZA.
MERRITT ISLAND
ONE <>f the beet iutaH 1111 ills in
rida.
MERRiTT MANOR
Subdivision now open for sale.
FIRST 500 LOTS
(23 x 10 1
TO BE SOLO at $54.50 Each
(Minimum 2 Lot-)
WARRANTY DEED AND
TITLE INSURANCE Included.
Exclusive Sales Agent
MARTIN SINSLEY
355 Lincoln Rd. JE 1-7411
Miami Beach
INVUWAU IMS
LAND BARGAIN
2200 ACRES
MARTIN COUNTY, FLORLU
S450PERACK
Situated only "': """ <, ^j
4:-million-dollar Pratt-Whttff
plant. Road frontage: hlh *
vation. Suitable for INDl*
TRIAL. HOUSING or LAMM
APPRECIATION purpow.
Priced con-ideraWy Moe-atl
.jacent acreage.
\V,II tell all or part. V* **
- balance to In- ""*..,.)
elusive with: LES FARM*
RAYMOND F. KAY CO.
211 Harvey Bl.,., **
Beach, Fla. Tel. Ten** *
|.lt
"toted Lecturer Appears
Dr Elliott -Steve" Brodie. well-
known nationally for lectures and
demonstrations on hypnotism, ma-
gic, and telepathy, was guest of
honor at a B'nai Br.th luncheon
meeting last week in the Shelborne
hotel.
insured Savings
HOME LOANS
"One of
Oldest and Largest
l5ade Federal
c/avinos and Loan Association of Miam
.ient
Resources Exceed 100 million dollar


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V
ch 15. 1957
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Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 1tS*34.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
MAHOAIUTA C1IAMA1.IK,
Plaintiff,
DMITHI CIIAMA1.1K.
I ii f< tilunt.
TO: DMITRI CIIAMAI.IK
204 Kant "th Street
New York City. New York
YOC ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve n oppy of your answer to the
Complaint for Dlyiure in the above
cause, on the Plaintiffs ettornej
file the original In the Office of the
Cli-rU of the- Circuit Court, on or be-
fore the 1st .lay of April, 1967, other-
wise said Complaint for Invoice will
be taken an confessed by you.
Dated this 27th day of February, 1957.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
(soal) Clerk of th.- Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
Ry WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk.
I,*IX A EPSTEIN
Attorn*) for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1/1-8-15-22.
LEGAL NOTICE
DR. AHN MVMAN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslne.-i under th,. fictitious name of
THE I Alll-l.iirs WOMAN al 11-6
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to register said name with
tn. ci.-rk r,f the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
F.\l:ri.< us DRESS SHOP INC
V- ROBERT GOLDEN, Agent.
3/1-S-1..-22
LEGAL NOTICE
:brew l). Friends
>en Fund Drive
Ann Forner Hyman was
.. of honor at a meeting Tues-
j of the Greater Miami chapter.
Lerican Friends of the Hebrew
[iversily.
fhe meeting, held in the Fon-
hebleau hotel, was the occasion
the kickoff of a capital fund
ye for the university's new
lldins program.
UoMph Maier, deputy chairman
frht organiiation'* board of gov-
had as his guest* Dr. and
. Julius Rogoff. Ht is vice chair-
i of National American Friends.
3so present were Dr. David Ka-
li honorary president of Aroer-
|.n Jewish physicians committee
l>ebatf of Hebrew University,
Miss Rita Blume, American
(iends deputy director.
Thurman was chairman
kickoff event, which has
i postponed until now, in defer-
> the 1957 Combined Jewish
Campaign.
st speaker Dr. Hyman is wife
le Consul General of Israel, in
York. A physician, she is a
list in tropical diseases.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY a i v K N
th.it th.- undersigned, desiring to en-
g.'Ke In business under the Fictitious
nain.- ..f won HOMES al 17415 N B
th Court, North Mil..... Beach, In-
tends to register eald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Mtnillt VITCH, Sole Owner.
ATtTIIIR BNTDER
Attorney for Applicant
42" Lincoln Road
3/1-8-1.1-22
NOTICE UNDER 'FICTITIOUS .
NAME LAW
NOTICE is MKRKHT GIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring to engage In
business trader the fictitious names of
CONVENTION EXHIBITION MIM-
EOORAPHINO SERVICE: CONVEN-
TION A.- EXHIBITION LETTER SER-
VICE; CONVENTION BXHIRt.
TION in PLICATING BERVICB; THE
MAIL BOX; MIMI O'ORAPH; THE
BOUTHWEBTER at Miami. Florida,
Int.-nl to register said nameH with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Kioij,i;i.
CHARLES & MARIAN
FREEF1ELD, Owners
2/22, 3/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualness under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 39983-A I HAM) MATES OF' MIAMI Ht 141 N.B.
LEGAL NOTICE
In Re: ESTATE OF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN
CHANCERY No. 198910
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
SAM KANNER,
Plaintiff,
ROSE KANNER,
Defendant.
TO: ROSE KANNER
677 East 92 Street
Brooklyn 36. New York
You are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint Fbr Divorce has been filed
against you and you are hereby re-
quired to serve copy of your Answer
to the Complaint for Divorce on Plain-
tiffs attorney and file the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
28th day of March. |H7i otherwise,
the allegations of said Complaint For
Divorce will be taken aa confessed
against vou.
DATED this 26th day of February,
1957.
(seal) E. B. LEA THERM AN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
by R. H RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk.
TALIANOFF & WALLER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
42ii Llnocln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
s/i-s-ir.-jj
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
III JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
?* DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
HANCERY No. 199460.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
BERT MARSHALL,
Plaintiff.
VI.
RRIS GROSS and JANE GROSS.
J elf*. If any. WILLIAM SCHUT-
ER and JANE SCHITZER, hla
M, II any. ft, ,t names JANE being
lltlous, true names being unknown
the Plaintiff, anil MAE .1 SMITH.
[ml all unknow heirs, devisees, gran-
M". creditors, or others, claiming
"1.through, under or against MOR-
jMQROBS and JANE QROSS, his
If*, if any, WILLIAM E. BCHUT-
and jam; SCHL'TZER, his
IT*. If nv and MAE .1 SMITH,
r nertndants.
|i'L i'l'i11\'"''' K T>,K !frATE OP
Knaa*ft18 ,;l!"s* and JANE
Iv .',.'o,h' "''' any. WILLIAM
R and JANE sciirr-
llivu. ""' :,n>'. lt names
IhTi.. ,lnit f'ltloua, true names
|Sjtt'8MITHt0 "" n"ntlff;
A,l unit
JACK CROWN
Decea sed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against Uje
estate of JACK CROWN dec-eased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in their offices Tu
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first nub-
llcatlon hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.1s of
the 1845 Probate Act.
Dated February 21, A.D. 1857.
ANITA CROWN
As Executrix of the I^ast Will aud
Testament of Jack Crown. Deceased.
KOVNER A MANNHEIM EH
410 Llnocln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorneys for Eyecutriy
1/1-8-15-22
174th St.. North Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK IS1MWIT7., 100% Owner.
AltTHI'K I. SNYllElt
Attorney for Hand Mates of Miami
3/1-S-1.-.-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROTTER PLYWOOD CO. c/0 Genet
A- lb-net. Attorneys, 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida, intends to reg-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
. AltTIH'It TROTTER
GENET & OBNET
Attorneys for Applicant
42" Lincoln Road
2/22. 3/1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busine** uodei the fictitious mm. of
DIVE INN at 1772 N.W. ?! Street. Mi-
ami, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the ci.-rk of the Circuit
Court 'f Dade County, Florida.
ANNIE S TAYLOR,
KENNETH DuWNES,
Sole I iwners.
KES8LER & GARH
Attorneys for Applicants
19H8 H.W. 1st Street
2/22. 3/1-S-i,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 198582
MIKLOS BRAIN,
Plaintiff
KLARA BRAIN.
I lof.-ndant
TO: KLARA BRAI'N
965 Hoe Avenue, Apt. 1A
Bronx. NY
You KLARA BRAI'N are hereby no-
tified that a Hill of Complaint for Dl-
rorea baa been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the BUI
of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attor-
ney. Frederick N, Harad. 1 Llnocln
Road Hldg., Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office nf the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before th)
day of March, 19.".7. If you fall to do
sec. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslgro 9, desiring to enga
business under the fictitious nan
JANITORIAL SERVICES COMPANY
9th I 'unit. Noi th Miami
Beach intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Count v. Florida.
M W'TIN It. DEE
STANLEY M PRED
Attorney for Applicant
814 Scvlsild Bldg.
1/22, S/l-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Ol BUDD'fl SIM iRIES at 610 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla Ii
to register said name with the Clerk
of tin- Circull Court of pade County,
Florida.
THRODORB IICDD, Kyle Owner
M. I.ESTEH SAAL
Attorn, v for Applicant
412 Blaoayne Building, Miami 32
3/1-8-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME'LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, d.-sirlng to engage in
under the fictl'lous names of
(Itil.TZMAS BROS ALLSTATE VAN
LINES, AAA MOVING BTORAOE,
AA ALI-KTATES VAN LINES and
EASTERN VAN LINES at 911 N.E.
7th street. Mtami intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Clr-
oull Court of Dade County. Florida.
EASTERN VAN LINES, INC.
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Eastern Van Lines, Inc.
3/15-22-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I'" '"' Bl" of ^'onjplalnt.
the undersigned, desiring to engage In I '.n, """'le shall be published once
busl
B
A
regl
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Plot-Ida.
MACRK'E S'PIWAK. Pole Owner.
WALTMAN & COHEN. Attya.
Attorneys for Applicant.
1102 Congress Bldg.
3/1-8-13-28
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE All-
THORITY OF THE STATE OP
FLORIDA
TO Al 1. Tti WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS BHALL COME. GREETINGS:
Whereas. i;i-:n K< iSHNVIIaI.. BAY
HARBOR ISLANDS. FLORIDA R
ERT It OORDON. BROOKLINE,
MABSACHl'SETTS; HAROLD A.
OREENE, MIAMI. ELORIDA did on
the 2.th day of April, A.D 1(56
to be Incorporated under the 1'iovls-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY No. 198861
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CAROLE KRE4JO JURIST,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID JOSEPH JURIST,
Defendant.
TO: MR. DAVID JOSEPH JBR1ST,
Defendant,
255 Grand Avenue,
Freepnrt, Long Island, New York.
YOU ARE HERRY NOTIFIED that
a BBI of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed 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.IJncoln Road, Miami Beach.
Florida, and fHe 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-
f.ss.i will he entered against you.
Dated at Miami Beach, Hade County.
Florida, this 27th day of February,
A.D. 1957.
(seal) R B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOCKING.
3/1-S-15-22
{jreaafk0-, "" """' '"' unknown
iwSfthi '' '" "' uJel mat-
M ra'iw a'1? County, Florida,
lollo,, e W'H'-ulariy described as
[ ::;'; NW'. of ,he NW1/4
lk.il, -j V "" 14. Town-
IUining r."1 """a* ;!'-' Beat, con-
Vu.-1*-' *l"8, u"1e
'UfM1','!''" "KV"i;ar|Wre.
- I, -"ll h" been lil.-,l
i" th. "V* "' "alntlff in
bribed* y '"v"lved here-
f^'RECni- h,VK EBT ORDERED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUN-
TY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 197747-E
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ELIJAH BOOKER, ______
Plaintiff ...13
IJERNICE BOOKER,
Defendant
TO: BERN ICE ROOKER
Residence Unknown.
You BERNICE HooKKR are herehv
notified lhat a Bill of Complaint for ._
Divorce has been filed against you. .,,;: .j JMITn
and you are required to serve a Cod? "tA'l'n^.';SM, p|",nt
of your Answer or Pleading to the f','in-.,In Road
Bill of Complaint on the plalntlifa ''n.',.,,,"1','."
attorney, ben K88EN, Esq.. 1014 Sey- "'' '
hold Bldg Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
ffice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 11th day of April.
r.i."
A.D. 1957.
E. R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. I'loida.
By R. H. RICE, JR .
Deputy Clerk.
FREDERICK W. BARAD
1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff.
2/22, 3/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to-engage in
business under'the fictitious name of
MEDICAL ARTS CIJNIC at 56(1 West
Flagler St., Miami Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DR. M. 8. FOX
3/15-22-2$ 4/5
- the stockholders of Buch cor-
poration did on the FIRST ii
MARCH. A.D. 1957. cause to be filed
in the office of the Seeretary of State
of the State of Florida, a Consent of
all th. stockholders under the pro-
visions of said Chapter K"", Florida
Statutes, showing the dissolution of
su. Ii c orpoiation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he Is satisfied that the
i .-citiirements of law have been com-
plied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Great Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the FIRST day of
MARCH, A.D. 1!>"7.
(Seal) R- A. GRAY.
Secretary of State.
3/15/57.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AAA ECONOMY PAPER ft SUPPLY
COMPANY (Not Inc.) at 82 N.E. 27th
St.. Miami Intenda to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HENRY GIBSON, Sole Owner.
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road.
3/15-22-29 4/5
"itit
"> .-..lil ..Ti. '"' |>near-
d.y"' >,"',', "," "' before the
" uch v 1:"7' ","1 '" "
!cC?.1ffpranc- Decree
""!*'. *f"d: ,'",-r,,d "*"'"*'
.;A^:(;";)>l:i.ED at the Court-
rfeuSnib Ki"r,aa',hu
'*:) n lkatiie'rman, Clerk
tov> '- A ci p. tre.of.Clroul Court
v [,, m- "-'""-v ,'l"k-
P/U-zjT

At to
llallltiff.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PLA8TILINE PIPE & TUBING Co.
at 3942 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla.,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
INDUSTRIAL HOSE & RUBBER
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. the undersigned, desiring to engage
If rota fall to do so. Judgment i ln t>(1Hi,,,.^^ undei the tlctltlOUl name
b\ dcfaull will he taken agiiin-t yOU
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th daj of March, A.D.
1957.
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. I>ade County. Florida.
l:\ JOAN SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
-2-29. 4/5
NOGUST BROS Ry/
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No. 18857.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
STEPHEN J. MURPHY.
Plaintiff.
VI
LOUISE MURPHY.
Defendant.
TO: LOUISE MURPHY
172 Barton 8treet W.
Hamilton
Ontario, Canada ____ .^
YOU AHK HEREBY NOTI H ED tha t
a Complaint for Dlvtirce has been riled
agalnat you, and you are required to
serve a copy of vour Answer on the
Plaintiff's attorneys, RAYMAN PI -
HIO, '.'02 Alnsley Bldg. Miami. Flot-
illa, and file ""I 'n he offl.-e
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or i" fore the IJth daj of Aura
or the allega......s of said .o-.iidi'oi
for DiMirce will be taken as confessed
araln>i vou
DATT-:i at Miami, I>ade County.
Florida this 12th dav of March. Ia7
E B. LBATHBRM v\ Clerk "f
(Ml) Circuit C.....'
By: L. A CLEARE. Deputy
I/li-M-Xf. 4/5.
of SUNNY ISLE LAUNDROMAT at
fcj Bunnj Isle Boulevard, Bunn) lale,
Dade County. Fla Intend to >
said name alth the Clerk of lha cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM A ACREE
DORIB I- ACBBH
M. LESTER SAAL
Attorney for Applicant
41- Rise c\ ne Building. Miami ::2
3/1-8-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HERJBBT GIVEN that
th, undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fit tltlous name of
WIG-WARM SHOES al 163-aO N.E.
2nd Court. North Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name with
th. clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida ..,,,.,,
ESTHER F. FLANZBAI M
residing at 1M N E 1.2nd Street
No. Mland Beach, Florida
ALBERT I.. ROSKN
Attorney for Esther F. Hansbaum
COB Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
8/1-8-15-22 ^_______________________
CoGUST BROS li\i
Ulck.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 1M1H.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
DOMINICK ('UNDONE,
Plaintiff.
CORRINE KF.LEMBER CONDONE.
Defendant.
TO:
CORRINE Kl.l.l MI.ER CONDONE
616 Bam r Court
Elmont. l-ong Island
New Yoik
YOU ABE IIKREBY NOTIFIED thai
a BUI of Complain! for Dtvu
been filed against you. and you are
hereby reOjtTlred to serve a copy of
your anawer or otherwlac plead to the
Bill Of Complaint for Dlvorci on I "
attorney for th.- plaintiff, AARON M
KANNER. 239 Bhoreland Building. Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original of
such answer or pleading in the offlco
of th.- Clerk of the Circuit Court In
and for Dade County. Florida at Mi-
ami, Florida, on or before the 8th Bay
of April. II V .
if you fall to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against VOU lor
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce.
DATED at Miami. Florida this 6tb
day of March. I
i: B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk of the
ilt Court, l>ade County, Florida.
Bj : WM W Sl( "'KING.
(goal) Deputy Clerk.
AARON M. KVNNER. Esq.
Attorney for' Plaintiff
2:19 Bhoreland Building
Miami. Florida
S/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. m300.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
LUCA SURIAN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARIA SURIAN,
I >efendant.
To: MARIA SURIAN
No. 80 Mate Vidnlic
Mali Losing. Yugoslavia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce baa
been filed against you. and you are
herein required to serve a copy of >onr
Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon
the Plalntirf's attorneys. WRINKLE &
KE8SLER S14 Sevhold Building. Mi-
ami (32). Florida, and file the original
in the Of flea, of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before April MUt,
AD.. 1867. If you fall to do so. the
allegations of the Complaint will be
taken as confessed by you.
DATED this Sth day of March. 1957,
at Miami, l>sde Countv. Florida.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk of
the circuit Court.
Ill- JOAN SNEEDEN. Deputy Clerk.
3/15-22-29. 4/5.
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