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

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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
31 Number 12
Miami. Florida, Friday, March 22, 1957
Price 20*
Israel To Accede
Gaza Seizure Sanctioned as New
Economic Aid is Linked With UN
Force on Both Sides of Border
DAG HAMMARSKJOLD
. the inttrprtttr
JOHN fOSTH DUIUS
Wit IWC*
\eir Says Israel Won't Agree
Jo 'Belligerent' Egypt's Returning
WASHINGTON (JTA)United States official sources said this week that the withdrawal assumptions
of Israel had not worked out as the United States hoped because of Egypt's immediate insistence on
restoring Egyptian administration in the Gaza Strip. But, these sources added, the United States had never
maintained that Egypt did not have a right to administer the Gaza Strip, if it insisted on doing so.
Th? views of United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold of the sanctity of the 1949 armis-
tice were cited. It is therefore explained, in high official sources here, that Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles not offer Israel Foreign
Minister Golda Meir any assurances
different from the general ideas al-
ready enunciated by this govern-
ment. These sources recalled also
that President Eisenhower pointed
out that in the most recent instance
Israel attacked Egypt and had no
right to expect to benefit from this
attack in arranging terms for with-
____ _______drawal.
: UNITED NATIONSIsrael For-
1H0/AAS HITS CROMHEUN
Navy Vows Bigot's
[Views are 'His Own;'
Sends Denial to ADL
: The U.S. Navy this week repudiated flagrantly anti-Semitic state-
tots made by Rear Admiral John G. Crommelin (ret.), whose corn-
Ms. Secreiiiry of the Navy Charles S. Thomas told the Anti-De-
wtion League of B'nai B'rith, "most emphatically do not repre-
* the views of the Navy."
Admiral Crommelin declared in a speech before the Pensacola
'-----*Daughters of the American Revolu
W/ire Find
'/ Arsenal
[TEL AVIV (JTA)-A huge under-
bid arsenal, the largest and
* important uncovered by the
1 Police, was found Sunday at
rSba, north of Tel Aviv. It
1 ^ked to the assassination of
knl IRudolph) Kastner, who
* Friday 0( wounds suffered
Weksago.
* clutt leading from the
1 ? hr mn charged with
**nr' murder. police
JJ "P number of suspects
', d '" cache. The
""' contained at U.tt two
hrower, .nd 41 wbmmcMn,
,.? '" ""nt working order
'"rtfully pad^ in ^.^
F usntitie, of ammunition
i. $,or,d ? ,h "
tion on Feb. 20 that "a hidden
force of Zionist individuals are
threatening the United States,"
which he proposed to overcome "in
a bloodless way if possible."
Cro mmelin gained national
prominence in 1950, when Presi-
dent Truman placed him on an ex-
tended furlough following an inter-
service squabble. Since his retire-
ment from the Navy, he has become
closely identified with profession-
al anti-Semites.
In a letter to the Navy, Arnold
Forster, national civil rights direc-
tor of the Anti-Defamation League,
pointed out that "Crommelin ex-
Continued on Pago A
eign Minister Golda Meira declar-
ed Tuesday her government "can
not agree with a belligerent Egypt
coming bock to Gaza." Mrs. Meir
made her statement following a
meeting with UN secretary gmnr*l
Dag Hemmartkjold.
She and Hammarskjold discussed
the new critical Gaza Strip prior to
bis taking off by plane Wednesday
for the area. He had been schedul-
ed to leave for the troublespot last
Friday, but postponed the trip
when he learned of Mrs. Meir's trip
to the U.S. to speak with President
Eisenhower and Secretary of State
Dulles over the weekend.
Mincing no words, Mrs. Meir de-
manded that the UN Emergency
force order Egyptian civil adminis-
trators to leave Gsxa. "We believe
the Gaza situation must be revers-
ible," she said here. "Those in re-
Continued on Page 9A
MKS. HDA mm
. levee's woraine
State Department sources sug-
gested that Israel would do better
to consider e plan to station United
Nations Emergency Forces on both
sides of the IsreeMSaza boundary
than to dwell on confused assump-
tions regarding the administration
of the Gaza Strip. Officials hinted
that resumption of U.S. economic
Continued on Page 2A
UN Command Leaves
CAIROUnited Nations Emergency Force troops were with-
drawn early .Wednesday from Mediterranean coastal areas in the Gaza
Strip. Cairo radio simultaneously announced the troops were taking up
new stations along the Gaza-Israel border.
Even as Cairo made this triumphant announcement. UN secretary
general Dag Hammarskjold was on his way from the UN in New York
for his twice-delayed trip here. But the imminence of Hammarskjold's
arrival did not forestall a new announcement by Radio Cairo that the
UNEF command was to evacuate the entire Gaza Strip within 48 hours.
Congressional Leaders Hit Capitol
Hill as Support of Israel Mounts
e WASHINGTONTop. Congressional leaders Wednesday spoke out sharply against this nation's ris-
ing indifference on developments in the Middle East. Simultaneously, Congressional leaders increas-
ingly made firm demands for support of Israels position in the dispute over the Gaza Strip.
The rebellious atmosphere in this city developed following an appearance before the Senate Foreign
__________,_______________----------------------------------------------+Relations Committee by Secretary
Gen. Speidel Post Flayed
" Participants in the Kastner
4 Tl "S** to the stern
"" Mandatory days.
LONDON (JTA) A former
British War Minister voiced sharp
protest in the British House of
Commons this week against the
designation of Lieut. General
Hans Speidel. Hitlers wartime
chief of ataff in France, as com-
mander of the ground forces of
the North Atlantic Treaty Organ-
ization. He objected to having
British troops placed under com-
mand of the ex-Nazi.
Emanuel Shinwell, War Minis-
ter In the Labor Government, told
the House that there was no
doubt at all that until 1*44, when
he' was assertedly involved in a
plot against Hitler, Gen. Speidel
had been n ardent supporter of
the Nazi creed.
In 1941, when he was associ-
ated with the German occupation
force in Paris, Mr. Shinwell
charged Gen. Speidel had some
part in an order given for the
execution of a thousand alleged
Continued en Page 7A
of State John Foster Dulles, who
declared that the U.S. had made
no secret promises to Israel in the
Administration's bid to oust Israel
from Gaza and the Gulf of Aqaba
region.
Son. John Sparkman (D.-Ala.)
declared that "the United States
has an obligation to Israel." Spark-
man timed his statement with,the
announcement from Cairo that
UNEF troops wore evacuating the
disputed Gaza Strip.
Also responding to the Cairo an-
Continuod on Page 7A


Page 2-A
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U.S. Pressures Israel to Accedi
State Attorney Richard Gerstein (left) and Judge Stanley
Milledge are among panel speakers Tuesday evening at
Temple Israel. They will be joined by Judge Walter Beckham
in discussion of "What the Public Can Do About Better Crim-
inal Law Enforcement." Moderator is Herbert Kaufman. Spon-
sor is Temple Israel Men's Club.
Noted Writer Skted By Hebrew Club Here
Jacob Leschinsky will be guest Literature."
speaker at a meeting of Ifoatlon
Hebrew Club Sundaj evening ;.t
Temple Emanu-EI.
The noted writer and statistician
will speak Oil Founders of Hebrew
Dr. Joseph Zuckerbraum, bibli-
cal authority, will discuss Terek
Yonu." and Mrs. Aron Libman will
load in community .singing. David
Freedman is club president.
Continued from Page 1 A
aid to Israel might be linked to
Israel's emerging attitude on the
Gaza situation. A "constructive" at-
titude might create circumstances
conducive to the stability required
for early resumption- of such aid,
these sources said,
t Department circle- con-
tinned th;it word In- been rt-coiv-
(,l from Saudi Arabia that King
Saud'a governmenl has decided to
tako steps to bar huael shipping
from Ae Strait of Tiran. It was
pointed out IWR that the Strait is
in Saudi Arabia- territorial waters.
ii mu revealed that King Saud ex-
plained the Saudi position durin;!
his talks here with President
Eisenhower.
The State Department consulted
during the weekend with Britain.
France. Norway. Italy, and the
Netherlands on United Nations ne-
gotiations now under way to re-
open the Suez Canal and to tran-
quilize the border of the Gaza
Strip.
Sen. Mike Mansfield, assistant
majority leader of the Senate,
called Tuesday for a meeting of the
General Assembly if Egypt moves
into the Gaza Strip. Supporting Is-
rael's views of the Egyptian moves,
he pointed out that Israel feed com-
plied with the wishes of the Unit-
ed States and the majority of the
United Nations in withdrawing
from the Gaza and Akaba areas.
A Senate inquiry into what has
.been termed "foreign policy mis- from January. 19415
takes'- in the Middle East got un-
derway to here. Sen. J. W. Ful-
fD.-Ark.) is chairman of a
six-member group authorized by
the Senate Foreign Relations and
Armed Services Committees to
look into U.S. Middle East policies
* British-FrenchanTlIj'
vasion of Egypt iast Fa!|
T'S TERMln
TIME
Tifereth Reelects
Comis President
Marshall H. Comis was unani-
mously reelected president of Ti-
fereth Israel Northside Center.
Other officers elected at a re-
' cent meeting include Herman Ku-'
I tun, first vice president, Al Kun-.
ban, second vice president; Nate'
Rosenberg, treasurer; Ernie Iser-
son, recording secretary.
Irving Querido. corresponding
secretary; Murray Tropp, sergeant
at-arms; Jacob Meyer and Edward
Stanley, gaboyim.
Board members include Larry-
Mann, Teddy Pearlstein, Fred May-
er, Ruben Levin, Herman Goldfarb,
Harry Alexander, Leo Freeman,
Ann Harris, Leon Goldberg, Al
First and Kurt Kammer.
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Theatre Guild to Meet
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Temple Emanu El Theatre Guild
Monday evening, according to Mrs.
Albert Shapiro, president of the
Theatre Guild. Purpose of the
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cently presented "Having Wonder-
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Sam Hirsch. He will present "Act-
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foA/Va'$ Charter Award for Robinson Here
Wins
,1 Bclkin. pwsident of
bivaUnlverMty. will preaent
R*nson. outstanding M.arn,
t^eommunal leader with the
Kd Charter Day Award at
tinner honoring Robin.son Wed-
dajnifiht at the Fonta.nebleatr
Jarill he the first time in Ye
hi,torv that the university
',ranted the award outside of
York < .ly. Dr. Belkin said.
bin.on i> the founder and first
Tdent of the South Honda
er of Yeshiva University, a
,g bank executive and a prom-
worker in Israeli. Zionist,
List and non-sectarian causes.
Chrle$ Fruchtman and J. A.
nfor co-chairmen of the din-
s.id the event will be "the
L,o5i mating ever htld in the
Lfh in support of the firat and
U,,t university undar Jewish
uspices."
Col. Jacob M. Arvey, prominent
ami Beach and Chicago com-
[inal leader and honorary chair-
i of the dinner, said "Leo Rob-
_j's efforts in behalf of Yeshiva
[Jrsity already have had great
l-and the fact that Dr. Belkin
oming here personally indicates
high regard in which Mr. Rob-
on is held by the leadership of
Li great institution."
Dr. Belkin, 45, assumed tha
?Lth SHOP Slates and Canaa.ner are R. Williams Apte. B.
s^?ssso?a?,eiS!Binder- Mayr iepard Brad
ccutivc committee of the American
Jewish Historical Society, and nu-
merous other civic, educational and
religious endeavors.
Vice chairmen of the Mar. 27 din-
UO KOBINSON
presidency of Yeshiva in June,
1943. With his election, ha blue-
printed tha broad academic and
physical expansion program de-
signed to make the institution an
even groatar force for service to
tha community.
Apr. 1f Deadline
For Homesteaders
| County Tax Assessor John A.
Gautier warned Wednesday that
| the deadline for filing Homestead
j Exemption for 1957 taxes is little
: more than a week away.
Any homo owner who has not
entered his application by Apr.-l
will lose out on the $5 000 proo-
erty tax exemption. New appli-
cants must show that thay are
legal residents and wore making
their home on the property as of
Jan. 1 of this year. .
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pa, the Union of Orthodox Rabbis
Ben Gurion Branch Plans
Diverse Program Wednesday
Ben Gurion Branch of Farband
will meet Wednesday evening at
Beth El Congregation. Bernard Fur-
man will preside.
On the program are Dr. A. J.
Ishlon, cultural chairman; Manuel
Burstein, in a talk on current
events; and Paul Milstone, in a
musical session.
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tenttrd B. Segal Wednesday an-
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Formerly a special agent of
York Life and widely known
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I. Miami, and specializes in life
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elm will extend his agency
**ise to include all forms of
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Artist in One-Man
Show Opening Sun.
Sidney Siegal, young 29-year old
veteran, will have a one-man show
of his oil paintings at the Bel-Aire
hotel, Mar. 24 through Apr. 14.
After serving with tha Navy in
tha Philippines, Alaska and Ho-
waii, ha studied at tha University
of Wisconsin, Unversity of Illi-
nois and Roosevelt College, Chi-
cago. Training at the Art Insti-
tute led to teaching art classes
at the Henry Booth Settlement
House.
Having decided to make his home
in Miami Beach, he has opened his
own studio and. will devote full
time to painting and teaching. A
preview of his first one-man show
will be held Sunday from 4 to 7
at the Bel-Aire.
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Ike Had Opportunity of Surveying
Score on Health Cruise to Bermuda
At week's end President Eisenhower was
lying in the sun aboard a U.S. Navy cruiser on
his way to Bermuda for talks with British Prime
Minister Macmillan.
The purpose of the President's trip was two-
fold: to doctor a head cold that has been pla-
guing him since January; to patch up Anglo-
American relations.
What the President thought about while
sunning himself is open to conjecture. What
he should have been thinking about is another
question:
1. Even as he embarked on his cruise, Mr.
Eisenhower was being personally attacked
in the English and French press more sharp-
ly than during the days following the Oct.
29 Suez-Sinai campaign. Why?
2. The attack came at a time he was proceed-
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caused by the campaign. Why?
The answers to these questions, if the Presi-
A Noble Contribution
In its brief period of existence, Brandeis
University has already set a stamp of unique-
ness on the American educational scene.
The establishment of a university is news
at anytime. The founding of Brandeis at Walt-
ham. Mass., less than a decade ago was es-
pecially newsworthy. For Brandeis was or-
ganized by Jewish leadership. In the words of
its president, Dr. Abram L. Sachar, Brandeis
was. for the first time in the history of America,
to give the Jewish community the opportunity
of serving as host rather than as guest in our
centers of higher education.
This desire to contribute was noble, in ad-
dition to being unique. There can never be a
sufficient number of schools; less is the danger
of organizing "just another" good school. Bran-
deis is a good schoola fine schoolwhich
already stands among the top in the nation.
That its original impetus came from the Jewish
community serves to underscore the Jewish tra-
dition for learning accomplishment.
But the university's Jewish sponsorship is
merely a collryeral issue. Brandeis' educa-
tional standards and achievements are the cen-
tral issues. These, alone, must be judqed as the
hallmark of scholastic attainment. They pass
such judgment eminently well.
Greater Miami will pay its respects to the
school at a dinner here Mar. 24. Participation
in the dinner programs will symbolize our rec-
ognition of the unique and noble contribution
to the American educational scene that is
Brandeis University.
A Double Celebration
A noted community leader will get a cita-
tion from a nationally famous educational in-
stitution at ceremonies here Wednesday night.
He is Leo Robinson, who has assumed a
leading role in philanthropic and scholastic
affairs here and throughout the country.
Robinson will be presented with Yeshiva
University's Charter Day Award by the univer-
sity's president. Dr. Samuel Belkin.
This is the first time in the school's history
that the award is being granted outside of New
York City, and it highlights the significant con-
tribution made by Robinson to Yeshiva. who
is the founder and first president of the South
Florida chapter of the university.
The Wednesday function will also pay
tribute to the academic achievements of
Yeshiva University, which increasingly as*
sumes a position of importance among the in-
stitutions of higher learning of the pation.
during the week
an i mee it .
by LEO MINDLIN
been dealt ^
never recover 1?.**
dealt the UN ft.
death
this country, Urni
bloaj
On. V.a'r V '" jg ThrVv^OOO
Volume 31 Number 12
Friday, March 22, 1957
2 Adar 19. 5717
the President". The^
f/'t-i re Mr. DuHes^
State Department r ni
ident appealed to the American people in Novemher fnr .k ,h*
The President falsely portrayed himself as the leader l SU|
his
ment. The people swallowed the falsehood -
dent
Less than a week after all the talking and Israel's .
and reelected him to office. Now. It is the President *hn8 mwH
the responsibility for his masters' blunders. }num<
dent was concerned with them even to a frac-
tional extent of his concern for his head cold,
lay in another shocking consideration: Egypt's
successful challenge of Mr. Eisenhower's self-
styled moral leadership of the world.
The Israeli withdrawal from Gaza and
Sharm el Sheikh had been predicated on the
President's personal assurance that Gaza would
not again become a base for fedayeen opera-
tions against Israel's border settlements; the
U.S. would take the lead in asserting that the
Gulf of Aqaba is an international waterway.
By Thursday, Mar. 14, Egypt had sent mil-
itary governor Maj. Gen. Hassan Abdel Latif
into Gaza to take over administrative control of
the stripwith the apparent blessing of UNEF's
E. L. M Burns and UN secretary general Dag
Hammarskjold. Previous to Mar. 14, Nasser
was once more asserting Egypt's right to con-
trol of the Gulf of Aqaba.
Mr. Eisenhower's personal insistence that
Israel withdraw without guarantees and his
threat of economic sanctions as a penalty for
failure to comply received support from two
sources only: the Arabs and the Soviet Union.
This is to say that his unconditional stand was
strongly criticized by just about every Western
nationincluding these United States of Amer-
ica. From such diverse sources as Sen. William
Knowland (R.-Cal.), Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D.-
Minn.), Sen Lyndon Johnson (D.-Tex.) and other
sharply opposed political voices came one de-
mand in unison: that Mr. Eisenhower take a
more intelligent stand on the Middle East.
Aboard the deck of the Navy cruiser, the
President at week's end could recall with rising
shame that he took his own road; that Nasser
exposed the fiction of his moral leadership; that
Egypt and Israel stood poised once again as
they did before Oct. 29. In refusing to be iden-
tified with the Anglo-French-Israeli move. Mr.
Eisenhower contributed to its defeat, rebuilt a
crushed Nasser and offered no alternative
solution.
Worst of all. he was not even prepared to
back up the assurances he had given the free
world that justice, in the name of the UN, was
about to be done in the Middle East.
HIS MOVE NOW
Egypt returned to Gsu. On the same day that the Is i
reaffirmed its position on Sharm el Sheikh, both Eevnt "
Arabia warned us not to support the international status of^J1
of Aqaba waters. It was a pathetic reaffirmation for a n i-Lii
reasons. In reality, there was no one in Washington to
this nation. Cancer cleansed Dulles had gone off to AiutJ. '
plaud the ghostlike maneuvers of SEATO. The Vice PrIL!0'
campaigning for the Presidency in Ghana. Mr F.isenhowe- '
another of his many ills on a Navy cruiser in the Atlantic
Mrs. Golda Meir spoke with Secretary Dulles Monday H
her the same double talk as before, then groused off to a Sen t \
eign Relations Committee hearing to declare that no commitment \
been given Israel. Meanwhile, his oily State Department si
to "both sides" to be peaceful. In Cairo, Nasser laughed.
And why shouldn't he? Expert Eisenhower saved him froa
ashes of his rum. Expert Eisenhower was all asea; but van
Nasser knew what he was about. Before a fawning Hammap
whom the American Jewish Committee has the spirited gall t0
at its forthcoming meeting in New York City, his hatchetman i
into the Gaia Strip. United Nations Emergency Forces are l
out of the Strip by now. Late Monday, they were cringing
barbed wire barricades to protect themselves against the ''wratl"a
Arab refugees crying for tin god Nasser.
e a
DOVUf DOS! Of SUMK-tTMKS
ftJASSER IS the tin god molded by Eisenhower. For this reason,!
* United Nations is dying. Dethroned Leonard Hall and Dkmiplm.
James Hagerty told the American people there are no moral agnb|
the world todav save Mr. Eisenhower. The American people I
them; soon, Mr. Eisenhower believed Mr. Hall and Master
sufficiently to become actively engaged in telling everyone whoi
listen just how blessedly moral he is. He especially told the UNI
blessedly moral he is.
Along about Oct. 29. England, France and Israel suffered 11
in super-ego control. The despicable id triumphant, they fomtj
pay homage aPthe fountainhead of morality. But Analyst I
stood faithful guard over the trust to which hale Hall and
Hagerty had raised him. Threatening the trio with a rich
promised economic diseases, he rose to his full moral statnre oil
crutches of black gold to declare himself an instrument of 14
Nations intent.
This double dose of super-ethics convinced no one but Mr.
hower. It did not even convince Nasser, whose savior he wa and i
taking the President at his word that U.S. intent was UN intent,.
erly concluded the UN had no intent at all. But Nasser's genius i
beyond such an astute conclusion; he saw the conclusion of tree 1
itself, a kind of diabolical Goetterdaemmerung. in which the godsi
be used to act out the final scene of their self-inflicted immolatoi
Thus it was that Nasser this week employed at will United Nai_j
forces to achieve what had been beyond the cunning of his own raiBl
machine the final expulsion of Israel from its advantage. TamrJ
was that Nasser employed at will United Nations forces to do I
against the UN organization in New York to flout the resolsnaj
guaranteeing UN administration in Gaza on the heels of Israel's i
drawaL
the mm nens re pawn
AS OF NOW, the Gaza triumph is a reality with which fend
" reckon. Certainly, neither President Eisenhower jorMtT
will stand behind their promises to the Jewish Staje in thijJ
They did nethtrtg more by Tuesday than to suggest to,;
tian forces that they "go easy." Where was the President's.
wrath with whJehbe earlier told Israel to get out? "Ills fw*'
great question that Eisenhower and Dulles will back up their]
tees on Sharm el Sheikh for a longer period of times than Egypt*
Saudi Arabia intend to tolerate in the name of public relations,
one should" be surprised. Such lack of integrity demonstrated bj I
super-moral leadership was to be expected. It has shocked n
but his supporteies-who are now bolting the President,
The publisher of this city's morning daily is an example Cnti
in his weekly column began to be apparent when Mr. Eisenhonerj
typical Eisenhowerese explained his recommended budget to Conf
by explaining nothing suggested, even urged, cutting but *
that not a single hem "worth discussing" could be safely cut bad
the publisher of this city's morning daily, the President's position'
perplexing. Unfortunately, it took the budget his and the *
ican purse to display the President's massive capabilities inti
rection toward incompetence.
Now, he is Joining with others the bandwagon of critics who
covered quickly the Administration's lack of skill by br"y
actions in such "abstract" areas as foreign policy To th*J_
worshipper of their early rule, these matters meant illl'^T'fl
h.her of this city'f morning daily, who urged the woo* "?L j
turn the Ike Dick team to office, these matters meant BWP
has begun to mean something now, when the Presider*
demonstrated in our fiscal policies, which everyone feL
quite understanding,, that Mr. Eisenhower frequently c**1^
know nothing of what he speaks.
e e e
mi fAitAcr of THt niuotm
|Y(R EISENHOWER'S super-morality has virtually sW" jj
Nations. Failing to recognize other sources of ethics
'ng his own with the common dictatorial assumption that e ..^
the bidding of the majority, the President has excised fro"
Nations future principled impulse. n41
I do not speak quickly. This is a reserved c>bservation ^
fortunately, clear one The purpose of a world P<* "^"
U to support justice wherever it may be found *v*n *"
Continued on Peps 11 A


^r March 22. 1957
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*. L^ict,nnrAUor
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Fried/and in Half Million Gift
To Brandies U. for Science Building
One of the largest individual gifts to Brandeis University will
be announced Sunday evening when the Bra ideis University Club of
Greater Miami holds its annualtunner at the Seville hotel, according
to Councilman Harold B. Spaet, dinner chairman. _______
will
The announcement will be
made by Dr. Abram Sachar, preti
dent of Brandeis University H I
one of the guest speaker.-.
The KHt will 1* for S503.00T
donated'' by S.irhuH rYicdlaiui.
chairman of th? board and founder
>f Food Fair Stores. Inc., a resi-
dent of Greater Miami
Hie mosey will be med toward
.he erectfrrn of a Ynillion Tfollar
science building, hereafter to be
known as the Samuel Fnedland
Science Research Center, as the
Brandeis campus at Waltham.
New science building at Brandeis University on Waltham,
Mass.. campus will have four floors, with completely glass en-
closed roof. Official announcement of Fnedland gift is due
here Sunday.
to the study of biochemistry and
nuclear phy-u -
It will have four floors counting
Hi* ground floor, and a completely
equipment uied in the tttidy of
these two suhiacti will be inttalled.
Friedland has OfWWd promi-
nently as a rontribu'or to numer-
ous national local institutions. The
Food Fair Stores Foundation this
year will grant more han 300
scholarships to vooog men and
women at leading univerdtiM In
the United Statev nJBong them
are Harvard. Yale. Columbia.
John- Hopkins I'riiversity of
Pennsylvania. Brandeis. Temple,
St John's and the Universities of
Miami and Florida.
Known locally and nationally for
hit many philanthropic activities,
Fraidland was recently appointed
by Gov. Leroy Collins to the gov-
ernor's committee for Florida of
the International Rescue Commit-
to*.
In February. Friedland received
] the annual award of the Florida
i region of the National Conference
I of Christians and Jews "for dis-
j tingushed service in the cause of
Brotherhood." He is at present
Friedland Also in Gift to Temple;
Emanu-EI Gets Land for Rec. Hall
A "maonificen' Rift" has been and dnnce Sunday evening at the
presented to Temple Emanu-EI by FoTdataebleau hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fr
Friedland, just elected to serve
for a ninth time as president of
the form of the pn perty adjacent Tpmcle Ernanil.Ei, h a notpd phiI.
to the Temple on Us V n ai'hropisf. having made many sig-
ave. side, Rabbi Irving Lehman, nificant Eifti to religious, educa-
tpiritual leader of Ifa :i ,ional and communal institutions in
innounced. Lehman made the ,h,s frea and in o!her parts of the
announcement at
- -emi-annua!
the congreca
il meeting
country-
"However, the congregation
considers this to be th* most inv
portent and generous gift in view
of the vital need fa ar.comodato
the social, cultural and spiritual
activities of the Temole's ever-
exoandinq membe-'hio Rabbi
Lehrman commented Wednesday.
The enrollment in all depart-
ments of the Temple's religious
school, the development of its new
youth activities program and* the
schedules of its namerous affil-
serving as trustee and vice presi-
dent of Mt. Sinai Hospital, chair-
man of the board of trustees of the
Greater Miami Federation, mem-
ber of the board of directors of the
Jewish Home for the Aged, Dade
County Community Chest, and Mi-
ami Beach Taxpayers Assn. He is
also chairman of the board of the
Dania Bank.
Friedland was one of the found-
ers of Temple F.manu-EI, of which
Mass. The building will be devoted Rahbi Irving Lehrman is spiritual
director. He was national vice
chairman of the planning commit-
tee of the Jewish Theelegical Sem-
inary, and established a major |
scholarship then. Friedland Jil
spearheaded. many .eromrnug;
drives.'ffldSf^Vi-e^cJrlly appoint
to the newly formed Development
Council of the University of Mi
ami.
------O------
Reelect President
For His Ninth Term
Samuel Friedland has been re-i
elected for his ninth term as pres-
ident of Temple Emanu-EI. Other
officers named at an annual elec-
tion meeting Sunday in the Fon-
tainebleau hotel include:
Ben I. Binder, Charles Fruchfc
man, Samuel Halperin, Joseph Lip-
ton. Leo Robinson and George Tal-
ianoff, vice presidents; Max Boder-
man. treasurer; Sol Goldman, fi-
nancial secretary; Dr. Herman
Mechlowitz. recording secretary.
Elected to fill the nine vacancies
on the board of directors, were
Ben Danbaum. Frank Lane, David
Levinson. Dr. Kurt Pejser, Ray-
mond Rubin, Jack Silverman, Mar-
cus Sarokin. Alfred Stone and
Charles Yavers. They will join the
other members of the board whose
terms of office have not expired.
Friedland has announced the
appointment of Col. Jacob Arvey,
Sam Blank, Jack Corner ond Irv-
ing Cypen to serve with the offi-
cers as members of the Temple's
executive committee.
A highlight of the evening was
the presentation of a specially com-
posed tribute to the presidents of
the Temple's affiliated organiza-
tions. Written by Trixie Levin, the
tribute introduced Mrs. Sherman
Kaplan, president of Sisterhood;
Jules P. Channing, Men's Club pres-
ident; Mrs. Raphael K. Yunes, PTA
president; Leon Sirkin, president
of the Perfect Circle: Mrs. Isidore
Newman. Forty .Miners, president;
Mrs. Albert Shapiro. Theatre Guild
president; Joshua Rephun. Young
Adult Croup president; and Mr.
Talianoff. who narrated.
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Ames Qualifies for Coral Gables Race
Mervyn L Ames has qualified as from the University of Miami.
late*, make the need of additional a candidate for "Hi"" In the Coral He has been a Coral Gables resi
space of vital importance.
A beautiful, modern, fully-equip-
I Gables city commission race.
Election is Apr. 9 for three va-
ped building will be erected on the fancies on the commission. There
site and will house religious school \ are two hold-overs.
classes, a complete kitchen and
stage and will serve as a gathering
place and social hall for all com-
, munal Temple functions.
Isaac Liebman was guest
of honor at a meeting Satur-
day evening at Workmen's
Circle Lyceum, 25 Washing-
ton ave. Yiddish author Lieb-
man read and performed
his own works during pro-
gram dedicated to Purim.
He'll Show Pictures
Casimir Lanowick, editor of
"Jews in the News" and noted
Christian supporter of Israel, will
appear at the Spinoza Outdoor For-
um, 11th st. and Ocean ct., Sunday
evening to show pictures he took in
Israel during his three-month stay
there.
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Following the war. he came to Mi-
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dent for five years. He and his wife
have three daughters.
'Country Store' Service
Sothwest Jewish Center Sister-
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Page 7-A.
ongressional Leaders Hit Capitol Hill on Israel
^Mtbwtd from Page 1A
Went was Sen. Mike Mans-
"(pMnnt). who called for a
ened and permanent UN
-cy Force. "If Egyptian
are moved in," Sen. Mans-
"declared. "it will create a
to piece."
iThe mounting pressure here for
support of Israel's position follow-
ed on the heels of a meeting be-
tween Secretary Dulles and Israel
Foreign Minister Golda Meir, dur-
ing which little was accomplished
in the way of assuring Israel
against renewed Egyptian attacks
and blockade of the Gulf of Aqaba.
Mrs. Meir had flown from Jeru-
alcm
ing.
last weekend for the meet-
Embassy Offical Guest
At Emanu-EI Service
.tfordechai Shalcv, first secretary
Uhe Israel Embassy in Washing
L will be guest of honor Friday
/services in Temple Emanu-EI
lHe will present the Temple with
.beautiful &yk Haggadah for its
Stbnding efforts in behalf of
I of Israel Bonds. During the
kkoth Yizkor appeal. Temple
nanu-El accounted for the sale of
5.000 in bonds.
On Saturday, Shalev will pre-
nt a haggadah to Bath Tfilah,
Men wa responsible for Hia
alt of $10,400 in Israal Bonds
uring the High Holy Days.
|a veteran soldier-statesman, Sha-
served as a lieutenant in a
tstinian unit of the British
trny during World War II. He
[id the rank <>f captain in the
tad defense army during Israel's
| beration, and subsequent-
" became adjutant of the Sixth
alem) Brigade.
In 194, Shalev joined tha Is-
rael foreign service as chiaf as-
listtnt to the director of tha Per-
onnel and Administration De-
triment. He arrivad in tha
United States to take up his pres-
nt appointment in Washington
September, 1951.
|Receiving the haggadah, in be-
[of their congregations, at Tem-
lEmanu-El will be Rabbi Irving
nan. and at Beth Tfilah,
hbbi Joseph Rackovsky.
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Isales conference at New Orleans
jr. 12.
I The invitation was issued to Gans
rause of his 1956 production rec-
[Caas was transferred to Metro-
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Cantor Samuel Vigoda will make
a personal appearance on Saturday,
Apr. 8, at Torah Temple, 1254 West
ave. Cantor Vigo-
da will officiate
during the Sha-
charis and Mus-
sof services at
9:30 a.m., assist-
ed by a trained
choir.
The world-re-
nouned cantor
will honor the
Bar Mitzvah that
day of Thomas
son ot Rabbi and Mrs.
Seemingly, all that developed
from the talks between the two
statesmen was Mr. Dulles' later
vow at the Senate hearing that the
US. had made no promises. This
was in direct conflict to the tone
of a joint communique issued by
Mrs. Meir and Dulles warning
Egypt against renewed aggression.
Dulles, pressed at tha hearing by
San. Fulbright (D.-Ark.), as to
whether tha U.S. promised to back
up Israel's claim to free passage
through Aqaba, is reported to have
declared that no commitments had
been mad* beyond tha expression
Gen. Speidel NATO
Post Hit Sharply by
Former War Head
Continued from Pago 1 A
Communists and Jewish refugees.
Mr. Shinwall expressed sur-
prise that Har Majesty's Govern-
ment had supported the appoint-
ment of Gen. Speidel to the
NATO past. He said he objected
to any German general of any
sort or character or quality being
in command of British troops.
If some members of the House
were inclined to forget what the
Germans had done, Mr. Shinwell
declared, he was not.
Under Secretary of State for
War Julian Amery defended the
appointment, noting that it was
made at French suggestion and
that Gen. Speidel would serve di-
rectly under a French com-
mander.
of "hopes and expectations of such
a development."
Sen. Sparkman declared Wednes-
VICODA
Zion Cassel,
Abraham Cassel.
Torah -Temple and its officers
Wednesday announced that the
public is invited to hear Cantor
Vigoda and to honor the Bar Mitz-
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B'nai B'rith Convention Activities Move
Into High Gear as Leaders Are Named
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Councilman Harold Spaet and Dr. Stan-
ley Freehling discuss plans for Sunday affair in behalf of Bran-
deis University.
LEADERS ARE NAMED
Brandeis Committee Revealed by Spaet
Well known Greater Miami Jewish leaders have accepted posts
on the dinner committee for the Greater Miami Brandeis University
Club dinner to be held at the Seville hotel Sunday evening.
Dr. Abram Sachar. president of the university, and US. Sen. Albert
Gore, of Tennessee, will be guest speakers.
According to Miami Beach Councilman Harold B. Spaet. the follow-
ing have been named to his committee: Col. Jacob Arvey, Samuel Blank.
Lew E. Braverman. Henry' Cove. Leo Chaiken. Ben F. Danbaum. Samuel
Friedland. Dr. Stanley Frehling. Ben Gaines.
Carl Gardner. Councilman Samuel J. Halperin. Isidore Hecht. Jr..
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Jack Leonard. Charles Martel. Max OroviU.
David Robinson, Dr. Kurt Peiser. Harry Simonhoff. Carl Weinkle and
Jacob Sher.
Once a year, members of the Greater Miami Brandeis University
Club hold their annual dinner in behalf of Brandeis University, the only
non-sectarian university established by American Jews.
Speakers of national prominence will address the gathering. Special
gifts to the university by Miamians will be announced at the dinner.
Navy Vows Bigot's
Beliefs 'His Own'
In Official Denial
Continued from Pag* 1A
pleitt his rank and past associa-
tions with tha Navy to confute
many who my ba lad to baliav*
h* hat official sanction for hit ac-
tivities."
Secretary Thomas replied:
"There is no necessity for digni-
fying statements of the kind made
by Rear Admiral Crommelin with
official denials or disavowals."
"I am confidant that th* fin* peo-
ple comprising our Navy, includ-
ing rapres*ntativ* percentages of
virtually all racial and religious
groups, abhor and ragr*t diatribes
of that type. ... | can assure you
that Rear Admiral Cronwrelin's
vi*ws ara uniquely his own."
Commenting on the NavyY
statement. George Talianoff, chair-
man of the Florida regional advis-
ory board of the ADL, stated, that
"what the Secretary says concern-
ing the Navy holds true for Pensa-
cola, as well. I have been advised
by large numbers of Pensacoians
that Crommelin's views were de-
finitely his own.
'It is not surprising that follow
ing a series of addresses before the
Ku Klux Klan here in Florida, John
Rasper, only last week exposed by
the Interim Legislative Investigat-
ing Committee, moved on to ad-
dress the Elmore County White
Citizens Council of Alabama. Its
chairman is Crommelin. Seemingly
they have a good deal in common."
FW the first time in 11 years,
.District Grand Lodge 5. Southeast
ara i B'nai B'rith. will boat a
seven-state convention in Miami
Beach for 22.000 members, hon-
orary convention chairman E. Al-
bert Pallot announced Wednesday
Convention dates are June 22
through June 26 Heading the at-
tending officials will be Philip M.
Klutznick. president of the nation-
al Supreme I.ndyc: Julian M Blach-
man. president of District Grand
] odge 5. Portsmouth. Va.; and Dr.
William A. Wexler. Supreme Lodge
vice president, from Savannah, Ga.
Greater Miamians Marry S. Sch-
wartz and Mrs. Georqe Baltuch are
convention chairman. Mrs. Baltuch
is president of the South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith Women.
Pallot, Miami Beach resident, is
president elect of District Grand
| Lodge 5 and will succeed Blachman
1 in opening convention ceremonies.
i The Lodge comprises 41500 B'nai
B'rith members in this area, and
the following states: Florida,
Israelite Center
Dinner Sunday
Sunday. Mar. 24. the Israelite
Center religious school will have
its fifth annual dinner dance at the
Empress hotel. Lewis Pomerantz is
dinner chairman, with Dr. Phillip
Sawelson. co-chairman.
Main speaker of the evening will
be Ben Essen. Guests of honor will
be Rabbi Morris A. Shop, repre-
senting the Rabbinical Assn. of
Greater Miami, and Louis Sch-
wartzman, to bring greetings from
th* Bureau of Education.
Miss Myrle Iris will be featured
entertainer, with music and danc-
ing to Jacques Donnett and his or-
chestra.
The Israelite Center has an en-
rollment of 100 children in He-
brew school and 180 in Sunday
school.
A journal has been published in
conjunction with the dinner dance.
Jacob Schiff is general chairman,
and Mrs. Frances Bitterman is in
charge of the tickets.
Georria. Maryland- Virginia, North
Carolina. South Carolina, and
Washington. D.C.
I at year's annual convention
met in Richmond. Va. This vear's
convention, the 81st in B'nai B'rith
annals, will headouarter at WaM-
rnan'a Crown hotel. A dozen affili-
ate hotels housing the expected
1.000 out-of-town delegates include
the Lucerne. Cadillac. President
Madison. Atlantic Towers, San
Marino, Empress, Con tinental,
Ocean Spray. Copley Plaza. Sor-
rento, Morton Apts. and Westover
Arms.
Convention heats ar* Greater
Miami's nine B'nai B'rith men's
lodges headed by Schwartz, and
th* 12 chapters in th* women's di-
vision headed by Mrs. Baltuch.
Men's lodges arm in Coral Gables,
Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood. Miami
Beach, North Dad*, North Shore,
and th* Flamingo. Gilbert J. Bat-
kin and Sholom lodges. Women's
groups include these plus th*
Eleanor Roosevelt, Emma Lazarus,
Miami and West Miami chapters-
Convention co-chairmen are
Judge Milton A. Friedman. Bur-
nett Roth. Mrs. Gerald Soltz and
Mrs. Alfred Reich.
Pallot's steering committee this
week with convention executives
reputized these convention officers,
all from Greater Miami: Journal
chairmen. Sidney H. Palmer. Jack
Wilson. Mrs. Sidnev Suss and Mrs.
Ida Iptner; All-Star show, Leo
Steinman, Ben Essen and Mrs. Wil-
I liam Hechler: recording secretar-
i ies, Sidney Shofron and Mrs. Ber-
nard Supworth; corresponding sec-
retaries, Gershon S. Miller and
Mrs. Harry Lackey: treasurers. Mil-
ton Sadoff and Mrs. Milton Perl-
man; grand prizes. Jerome Wein-
kle, Sidney Aronovitz and Mrs.
Harry Gordon.
Convention offices have been
opened at 3279 SW 8th st., Miami.

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Cancer dressing group of the Wo-
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and Bay Harbor Islands saw an ed-
ucational film on cancer Wednes-
day evening sponsored by Dade
County Cancer Institute.
Works of franch
Edward Clarke, of the University
of Miami school of music, will
speak on "Life and Work of Cesar
Franck" at the next of his weekly
talks on music and books Thursday
morning in the auditorium of Mi-
ami Woman's Club. Assisting will
be the Arpeggio Choir, directed by
Bertie Long.
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eling in the Caribbean area Mar.
22 through Apr. 6.
Called th* "Miami Trad* Mis-
sion," th* purpose of th* group
i* to *ncourag* trad* and com-
merce between Miami and th*
Caribbean countries.
Ports visited will be Port-Au-
Prince, Ciudad Trujiilo, San Juan,
Port-of Spain. Caracas. Maracaibo.
Aruba. Kingston and Montego Bay.
m. wiuiam mum
Cove to Lead Temple
Youth Activities Co
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Temple Emanu-El youth >
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Channing. president I
Cove and his committee"
spearheading a drive to faofl|
a complete youth activities^
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year book and journal.
Youth activities program
launched with the recent ip
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the formation of a Youth;
which caters to the social u"i
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elected commander
Shore Post 677. Jew-
r Veterans, is Hilton
lich, a Beach resident,
^graduate of University of
In addition to being
Bander, he was recently
national deputy re-
. officer of JWV. Enron-
is vice president of Eh-
wich Sportswear Com-
of Hallandale. He re-
al 7610 Dickens ave.
his wife and four daugh-
Federal Exec
bed to Group
lord L. Clements, secretary
Federal Savings and Loan
hitjbeen appointed to the
"mess and advertising com-
'tte U.S. Savings and Loan
esident Roy Marr, of
has announced.
with other committee
ill study techniques for
ing business and improved
procedures to be used
nd loan institutions.
sent their findings to
convention of the U.S.
BW Loan League to.be
November.
*s position as corporate
of Dade Federal, Clem-
Kuwor of advertising. Dade
J h branches on Tamiami
10 Allapattah and Edison
_*Wi main office in down-
>ami.
Ben Gurion Aide
At Third Seder
An unusual program has been
arranged for a Third Seder Satur-
day, Apr. 20, at Waldmans Crown
hotel.
Guest of honor will bo Elhanan
Yishai, now on a government mil-
lion in tho United States. A col-
onel in the Israeli army and a
former commander of Gadna, tho
military youth corpe which excelled
in the battle of Jerusalem during
the War of Liberation, Col. Yiahai
is personal secretary of Prime Min-
ister David Ben Gurion.
Col. Yishai came with his par-
ents as a child to Israel and from
his earliest youth was instrumental
in organizing and commanding
fighting groups of youth in the
Haggana. He was also active in
the "illegal" immigration move-
ment and was one of the command-
ers of the famed ship "Exodus,"
which brought a transport of im-
migrants to the country in spite of
the blockade of the mandatory gov-
ernment.
Featured on this occasion will be
a special version of the Haggadah,
which combines the traditional
with the modern, the historical
miracle of the Exodus from Egypt
with the current one of the State of
Israel. The program has been ar-
ranged by Cantor Samuel Kalemer,
of Temple Beth Sholom. Sponsor is
the Histadrut committee at 600
Lincoln rd.
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Participants in Purim Festival of Coral way
Jewish Center last Sunday are standing (left
to right), Renee Gale, Linda Soto, Philip Bloom,
Carole Hirschberger, Jeffrey Fenster and Janey
Lemlick. Seated are Brad Goodman, Scott
Ackman, Paulette Goodman, Frankie Block,
Susan Weiss, Rochelle Elais and Judy Hulnick.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech looks on.
MRS. MEIR SAYS W TO EGYPT IN GAZA
Continued from Page 1 A
sponsible positions will have to
deal" with ousting the Egyptians,
Israel'* Foreign Minister warned.
Mrs. Meir's meeting with Mr.
Hammarskold followed on the | preted here as a warning to Egypt
heels of her meeting with Secretary
of State Dulles in Washington. This
conference produced a joint com-
munique, which
that the U.S. will back Israel if
Egypt is guilty of belligerent acts-
being inter- against Israel in Gaza and Aqaba.
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Gables Rally Seen Biggest in City's History
One of the biggest public meetings in the history of Coral Gables will be held Tuesday evening.
Mar. 26, in the Hillel House auditorium. 100 Miller dr.. Coral Gables. t>___
Responding to this historic crisis facing Jewry at home and abroad. Jewish 22?22 recent
Will participate in a city wide "Combined Jewish Appeal Rescue Rally" to hear prominent speakers recent
ly returned from Israel and the -
Middle East and to learn how Amer-
ican Jewry intends to tackle the
complex problem of life-saving in
1957.
N't Winokur. Coral Gables
business man and president of
Temple Judea, it serving at the
Combined Jewish Appeal Chair-
man in Coral Gables.
"This meeting is open to the
public free of charge, and I am
hopeful that every Jewish family
in Coral Gables will be on hand
Tuesday evening to participate in
this colorful program," Winokur
said. "Many of our prominent cit-
izens are well known for their lead-
ership in this all-important and all-
inclusive fund campaign. It is now
time for the man in the street to
express hi* civic responsibility.
"Coral Gables is one of 21 muni-
cipalities now engaged in their in-
dividual fund drives to strengthen
Jewish life and so support health
and welfare institutions within
thin- own city limits, throughout
the I'nited States, oversea! and in
Israel. We cannot shirk our duty
to the major philanthropy, the
(onihined Jewish Appeal, which:
guarantees these continued ser-
vices to every Jewish family." Win-
okur stated.
Dr. Judd L. Teller, outstand-
ing author end lecturer, will be
principal speaker at the big rally
event, according to Winokur. Dr.
Teller was for many years a Uni-
ted Nations correspondent for Is-
raeli newspapers. He is director
of information of the Jewish
Agency and a frequent contribu-
tor to top American publications.
announced that a block-by-block
solicitation plan will be developed
in the North Shore area, which ex-
tends from 71st st. to Surfside on
the north and is bounded on the
west by Normandy Isle.
A steering committee is now in
process of formation. In the mean-
time, Zaretsky Wednesday urged
all residents in the North Shore
area to plan to attend the Combin-
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It's everyone's responsibility to help the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal," say Harold Friedland. Joe Cohen and Bernard Stevens,
co-chairmen of Food Division. Trio of leaders in this industry
are shown in a luncheon-huddl? preparing prospect-lists for
immediate solicitation in life-saving CJA campaign.
onehalf of the funds in the total
campaign. Coordinator of the Res-
taurant and Allied Trades Division
and the night club group i>. veteran
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign-
er Joe MeX hlow.
Area Drives
Meanwhile, over 500 residents
David Phillips and Arnold Seed-
er, veteran Combined Jewish
Apoeal campaigners who will
represent the Flying Squadron.
They will assist the local commit-
tee in oraaniiing plans for solici-
tation of the three hundred fam-
ilic< and urge their participation
..... -,.- -..,. ...... ^.....,.-,.... .nediiu fine, over jwj resiiienis
in this year's critical Combined f,,,-, tn,. South Shore area of Mi-
Jewish Appeal campaign.
The Treasure Island committee
es Macy
I. Ehrlich, Morris Penster, Hr i:ii
' i line o, ,i|irii|i ( i lin Resident- oi Bay Harbor Islands Galitzz. Leonard Greenhood. Joseph
will launch their community cam- i,nil. Harold Kav, Max Lewis.
paign for the Combined. I, m ish Ap- Bernard Lowenthal, Mitchell Pot-
peal this Sunday at 10 a.m. at a ter. Paul Press. Sam Richman. Sam
special breakfast kickoff event, it Robinson. Sam Sklar, and Dan
na< beet., announced bjr 8hpard Tabas.
Broad, general chairman of Miami'
Bc;.ch resicVnts,
Chaplain Scheduled
Cochairmen George Sogg and
New Group Listed
Another important Miami Bcacb
industry has come forward to dem-
onstrate its willingness to partici-
arni Beach are expected to attend
:i tret movie nr'ht pro-ram Tues-
d j evening at the Seville hotel.
Sponsored by the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, volunteers will see a
j movie filmed In I-rael by Council-
nun Harold Shapiro on the occa-
sion of his trip to Israel and the
Middle East several years ago.
Many hundreds of volunteers
are sought in the Miami Beach
ra for an all-out solicitation
projected by Shapiro, who was
recently appointed campaign
Tom Kravitz will outline solicits "nslrate ,ts willingness to partici- recently appointed campaign
tion plans at the breakfast function P^" the 1957 Combined Jewish halrman for the Miami Beach
tion plans at the breakfast function
to be held at the home of Jack C
Stein. 94io West Broadview dr.
Sogg end Kravitz have named a
compaign committee to help or-
ganize the solicitation in the Bay
Harbor area. The group includes
Morris Broad, Louis Cole, Jordan
Davidson, George Franklin, Jerry
Lelchuk, Alvin Lowe, Gus Rob-
erts, Morris Rossein, William
Shanbrun, Larry Silverman, Sha-
ri Silverman, and Stanley Tate.
Guest speaker at the affair will
be Rabbi Zelig S. Chinitz. former
Air Force Chaplain in Korea and
Japan, who recently visited Israel
and the Middle Bast
Appeal
According to an announcement
by general chairman John Serbin.
representatives of nii>ht clubs in
Dade county will meet at a cock-
tail party Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the
Cotton Club. 1271 Dade blvd.
Co-chairman of the Night Club
Division is George Weinger, who
is assisted by Sam Schwartz, Sam
Sterling, and Jack Fishman, rep-
resenting the Restaurant and Al-
lied Trades Division of CJA.
Guest of honor at the afternoon
social function will be Romeo J.
Shepard. Miami Beach Chief of Po-
lice, and r. Heaths*, supervisor
..... ..iiuuic cum.----------..... siiuervi-or
Residents of Treasure Wand Dads County Health Depart-
have been invited to a Sunday
luncheon social to be held at noon
at the Piping Rock restaurant on
the "9th st. causeway.
Guest of honor and speaker will
be Chaplain Chinitz.
Guests at the luncheon will b
ment.
More than 45 professions, trades.
and industries are conducting in-
dividual solicitation among their
own members in this year*! drive
it was disclosed by Serbin. The
business and trades groups are re-
sponsible ior raising more than
South Shore area. All South Shore
organizations are expected to
turn out en masse for the Tues-
day night program.
A "lox and bagel" brunch will be
held Sunday morning at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kleiman,
2368 SW 18th st.. Miami.
Invited to the social affair will
be members of the chiropodists
profession in the Greater Miami
area. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David
Congregation, who will describe
the humanitarian programs spon-
sored on a worldwide level by the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
The North Shorn area campaign
in behalf of the Combined Jewish
.Appeal got under way this week at
an organization meeting in the
Johnina hotel.
Chairman Maurice L. Zaretsky
He'll Speak on Ethics
TrtXE'y Sunday Mormimm*
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< Borges. of the University of Miami,
a | speak on "Humanistic Ethics."
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Dade County Council Dinner Honors
Memory of Founder Rev Ullrich
Mrs. Stanley Milledge, chairman oratrate, quietly and determinedly,
of the annual dinner of the Dade | our stand on the aid* of law, order
County Council on Community Re- i and good human relations," she
lations, Wednesday announced that
the dinner will take place on Tues-
day, Mar. 26, at the Bay front Park
auditorium.
Speaker will be Marshall Brag-
don, executive director of the May-
or's Friendly Relations Committee
in 'jncinnati. Bragdon has served
in this capacity since August, 1945.
being one of the pioneers in th,
development of municipal inler
group community relations agen-
cies.
The Mayor's Committee works
closely with representatives from
varying relioious and racial groups,
cooperates with the schools, offers
services to youth and welfare ag-
encies, and carries on community
education programs.
said.
The dinner is to be held in hon-
or of the late Rev. Edward UUrich.
one of the founders of the Council
and a board member until his re-
cent death. He was pastor of the
Robertson Memorial Evangelical
and Reformed Church.
pie Emanu-El choir, which performed at
th Music Festival recently includes front
[(left to right) Miriam Oppenheim, Cantor
Reich, Joseph Schreibman director,
Quain, Mrs. Michael Schlazer.
Second row are Marsha Guralova, Flora Ja-
cobson. Pearl Alderson, Evelyn Levy, Dorothy
Rebarber. Third row are Israel Teitch, Nicholas
Shipskie, Al Millsr, Joseph Paido, Allen Tim-
berlake.
Mrs. Mi -- C-. r*
he dir:- !
cancc Lb] , "i-- ' i.
live fj."c. ... I ..
in Dade c !_'
eral months, dama?i. ; th:-. t >m-
munity's record of good human re-
lations.
'Here is an opporrunity ror calm
Teen-Age Carnival Slated
Sixteen teen-age clubs are now
in the final stages of preparing
their booths for a teen-age Purim
carnival Saturday night at the
Beach Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
1536 Bay rd. Proceeds have been
car-marked for the Jerusalem
YMHA and the GMJCC summer
day camp sch61arship fund. Chair-
men of the function are Caryl Bar-
rie and Norman Broad.
Golden Agers to Dance
Social and dance sponsored by
the Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Town Branch will be held on
Sunday evening. Mar. 31. at the
Center's auditorium. 450 SW 16th
ave. President Henry Garison has
persons of good will to meet to- \ appointed Mrs. Anna Levine, first
gether to discuss the problems fhat vice president of the group, as
face us all; this is the time to dem- chairman of the affair.
THEWTeK ... AS 1SEUT
Continued from Page 4 A
humble and to oppose tyranny launched by the mighty. Its leader-
ship must come from the great powers; to look upon that leadership
in democratic terms is a fallacy.
This was the fallacy of the President that he presumed to be
one among the many, when he must needs have been almost alone
among the mighty. Presuming falsely, he confused all roles, so that his
government rose to oppose justice even among the mighty and
to support tyrants in their battle against the humble.
I
ner Gov. Fuller Warren was guest speak-
Bing Brotherhood Week at Miami Beach
pi B'rith Lodge luncheon meeting. Left
ght are Lodge president George Kronen-
gold; Gershon S. Miller, luncheon chairman;
Warren; Siegfried Geismar, honorary life
president; and Daniel M. Broad, vice presi-
dent of lodge.
istria Boots Out Anti-Nazi Laws
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prison. The overwhelming vote in
favor of the measure was opposed
by only the three Communist dep-
uties.
The lew restores to their old
jobs former public officiels and
civil servants who were barred
because of Nazi Party member-
ship. Those eligible for pension
by virtue of eg* end service but
who were barred because of Nazi
membership are new made elig-
ible for state-supported retire-
The law also ends the require-
ment of registration of former
Nazis and suspends all new pro-
ceedings against Nazi war crim-
inals. Legislation aimed at war
criminals is completely invalidat-
ed. The coalition partiesCatho-
lic People's Party and the Social
Democratic Partydeclared be-
forehand that the crimes of the
Nazis cannot be undone, but that
the rights of all citizens before
the law must be restored.
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Friday
Mental Health Here
Placing Handicaps
Wayne Withers, president of the
Mental Health Society ol G
Miami, Wedneed ly announced the
formation of a Committee on Han-
dicapped Placement. Th ounoM
oi the committee is to help those
who have recovered from mental
illness or who are mentally handi-
capped to find Jobs.
Committee members are Alfred.
Goetschius, chairman; William Bit-
I r, Ray Basten, I iweenc* H >fl
man. Martin D. Gv en, Clark Ketaal.
Jonathan Bliss. }.ip -Aalrpd. eh*
man of the t'otitninee nn-'IIatfli-
capped Placemen? of the Florida
State Chamber of Commerce and i
I mber of the President's Commit-
tee on Employment of the Phvsi-
cally Handicapped, and Dr. Horde-
cai Raber, chief of medical staff at
the South Florida State Hospital.
According to Lois Parks, execu-
tive director of the Mental Health
Society. 'Mental illness need not
be a blot on an employee's record.
Many recovered mental patients
make better employees than they
Were before their illness because,
they have a better understanding!
ci themselves and others and they'
are better able to meet the de-
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In celebration of Jewish Music Month Junior Choir of Temple
Beth Sholom presented cantata "Israel of Thee We Sinq." at
recent meeting of Steteihood. Music was arranged and con-
ducted by Mrs. Milton Sussman. director of Junior Choir, and
script was prepared by Sydney J. Greenberg, educational di-
rector, with assistance of Mrs. Marvin Lewis. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer supervised presentation. Standing deft toi
Mrs. Al Goldman, parent assistant of choir, Teddy
Martin I.awson, Sheldan Isaacs, Arlene Silver, LauraL
Mary Lloyd, Fern Weiland, Mrs. Milton Sussman. N,
Schultz. Gall-Berlin, Ellen Thompson. Joan Goldman.^
Epstein, Ronald Kronish, Kenneth Lewis and Cantor Kd
Sharp Upswing Noted in 115. Demand
For Israel Wine, Expert Declares
NEW YORK Growing Amerl Expansion of it^ wine Industry ii
the -kill of J- enabling Israel to pul to productive
i icers reflected in i use mdeh land not prevlmftty cul-
n demand for their Uvated. Man) vineyards, producing
products, i- helping to cri rapes of i wine-making!
n Israel and contribute to the quality, are situated on hillsides,
th of an industry with ancient'not otherwise suitable >r c iltivat-
in thai country. |ed cropi Grape^growtng i-
Shipments ol Israel's wines to the bringing into productive use land
I States is playing an increas-1 from which profitable yields of I
larfier part in trade between
ihe two countries. Knough wine
1 -hipped heie from Israel in
1956, u iv estimated, to provide at
one glass I I wine for every
adult American Jew. Israel's wines.
i diversified as those ol any wine-
producing country, include several
Other crops cannot be obtained. <
This expansion of the country's pro- [
ductive economy is creating need-
ed work opportunities, particularly,
important in view of the expected '
renewed upsurge of immigration i
into [srael in 1867.
"We are vastly encouraged in
trans-Atlantic shipments embrace
this wide range.
i'ti rnational favorites, and her] our hope that growing recognition j
here of the hih quality of Israel's
wines will contribute to thei
strengthening of the Israel econ-!
omy," declared Julius Katz, presi-
dent of Carmel Wine Company.
Inc.. of this ciy. Carmel. a subsid-
iary of the Palestine Economic
Corp.. is a major importer of
wines from Israel.
"Wine is closely interwoven in
the tradition of the Jewish people
| as well as an integral part of the
rituals and observances of the Jew-
ish religion." continued Mr. Katz.
"Many American Jews are not yet
aware of the fact that Israel has
recreated its ancient wine tradi-
tion and is producing wines of the
finest quality which are playing a
most important part in its econ-
omy.
"However, many thousands have
i been introduced to Israel wines
during the past year. Tbey have
not only discovered the satisfac-
i tion of bringing a bit of Israel to
; their tables in the form of wine,
but that Israel stands right in the
forefront of modern wine produc-
! ing nations in the quality of its
products."
Increasing appreciation of Is- \
reel's wines in the United States is
the latest development in the coun- j
try's long-established international!
wine trade. The wine indust-v in
I
Harry Zukemick (seated, center) "briefs" fel-
low attorneys on current immigration crisis
which faces Israel. Miami Beach Lawyers'
Division are shown at a work session in offices
of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Steering
group expects to contact several hundred
Beach attorneys in behalf of Combiosil
ish Appeal. Shown seated are Kennel*
deft) and Walter C. Kovner (right),
(left to right) are) Arthur Nemser, Harry!
Alvin ConL Melvin Richard, William I
stone, and Irving Cypen.
Sadie Kornrnch Roealyn Roth
REINHARD-SIDEN WORM TEAM
Annie Stdenworm Becky Rein hard
H' Acknowledge
the Top
"Ad-Getter*"
in the Solicitation of Sub-
scriptions for Our 9th An-
nual Year Book, During
"Hebrew Academy Week"
THE WINNING TEAM8
lsl priseRuth MirnMIU and Hllila
Sandier
2nd Prize lie,iky Kdnhard and
Ann B Si'l'-nworm
I o Prizeftosalyn itoth and
Badle Korni .-ii'li
4ih PrizeBylvla Bergman ai '
"May They Be Blessed for Their
Devotion to tho Students of
Our Academy"
HEBREW ACADEMY WOMEN
Mm. Benjamin Appal, Praaidant;
l-i,i.,i. Hpolter, Y.-.o Book
i Mrs. Hj man Sandier,
\. Chairmen '< !h Annual
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Three officers of Men's Fashion Guild of Miami Beach donate
S10.000 check to Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of Mr. Sinai Hospital
development fund. Left to right are Morris Kaganov, Guild
Palestine, which dates from Bibli- vice president; Al Leslie Nimimh tu t: .j j
cal times, was re-established oy n treasurer, Joseph Lmn. president; and
Jewish settlers in the latter quar Muskin- Nw medical center, located on Collins Island, will be
^completed in November, 1958.
Edmond
ter of the last century.
Carmel wines are produced in
the modernly-equipped Wine Cel-
lars of Rishon Le-Zion and Zicron-
Jacob, among the largest in the
world. These were built about 70
years ago with the aid of Baron
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United States is Paul Drucker.
Drucker is affiliated with
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presently associated with
Florida Dairies Company of
Miami. Drucker resides at
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film now showing at Carib,
Miami and Miracla Theatres.
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Lt. Harold A.. Tobias. United
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ELiAmi SALPETER
Elements of the Arab Boycott Against Israel and the Jews
Jerusalem
THE fast developing dramatic
' events that have been shak-
ing the Middle East since the
Egyptian-Soviet arms deal and
the increasing vehemence of
Arab acts of hostility which final-
ly evoked Israel's Sinai campaign,
have practically overshadowed a
less spectacular but more pro-
longed and perhaps even more
far-reaching Arab act of hostil-
ity: the economic blockade and
boycott of Israel, which has grad-
ually developed into a general
anti-Jewish boycott.
The Arab League, that brain
and organizational child of the
British Foreign Office, establish-
ed shortly after the failure of
Arab military attack on Israel in
1948. a special "Boycott Commit-
tee" which began organizing the
economic warfare against Israel.
At prpesent. this warfare is im-
plemented in ten main ways aim-
ed directly at Israel, with a num-
ber of other purely anti-Jewish
lines added.
The boycott includes: stoppage
of oil supply from the Kirkuk
(Iraq) oil fields through the pipe-
line leading to the Haifa refiner-
ies: refusal of right of passage for
Israel vessels through the Suez
Canal and interference with non-
Israel ships passing the Canal
with cargo to and from Israel;
refusal of any trade with Israel,
SIM CARSON
directly or indirectly: refusal to
permit the sale to Israel of any
oil originating in Arab countries;
refusal of landng right to any
civilian airplane en route to or
from Israel and pressure and
threats against airlines maintain-
ing terries to Israel; forbidding
the entry to Arab ports of any
ships which visited Israel ports;
refusal of entry to any visitor or
tourists whose passport bean an
Israel visa; threats against any
foreign firms which have or plan
to invest in Israel; threat- of boy-
cott against any foreign firms
which maintain branches in Is-
rael, even if the branches are en-
gaged only in selling the firm's
products; boycotting internation-
al conferences in which Israel is
also participating. This includes
even such conferences as regional
meetings of the World Health Or-
ganization, conferences on fight-
ing malaria, locusts, etc.
But the Boycott Committee was
not satisfied with anti Israel
measures only. It proposedand
in many instances implemented
purely anti-Jewish measures. The
refusal to permit the presence of
any American Air Force person-
nel of Jewish faith on the Dha-
hran air base is one of such meas-
ures implemented by King Saud
recently so heartily welcomed to
Washington. Another measure is
Arab Refugees--A Grand Arab 'Holiday'
United Nations
I IKE the Jew who attends syna-
gogue only on Yom Kippur,
the United Nations also "goes to
church" once a year in respect to
one fermenting issue. That issue
concerns the Arab refugees.
The United Nations Relief and
Works Agency for Arab Refugees
from Palestine says there are
some 900,000 of these poor pieces
of human jetsam, scattered
through Gaza, Jordan. Syria and
Lebanon. Israel maintains the
number is much smallersome-
where between 705.000 and 725.-
000. Whatever the statistics are
that's a lot of misery in human
terms. But aside from the annual
debate in the General Assembly's
Special Political Committee, noth-
ing substantive is being done
about these poor souls. And the
reason is a simple one: The Arab
governments want the refugees to
rot because the flotsam offers an
instrument for perpetual attack
and provocation against Israel.
This year, as in the last ten
years of its existence, the Special
Political Committee again heard
the Arab delegates carry on vi-
triolic attacks against Israel, tear-
ducts wide open, the diplomats
from Cairo and Damascus and
Amman and Beirut wept bitterly
over the fate of their Arab breth-
ren.
Michael S. Comay, participating
in the annual talkfest on refu-
gees in behalf of Israel, pointed
to some extremely interesting
statistics. He called the commit-
tee'* attention to the fact that
some 35.000.000 human beings
were displaced for one reason or
another since the end of World
War II. Germany's split account-
ed for displacement of some 13,-
000.000 people:; about 15,000,000
were displaced because of the
partition of the Indian subconti-
nent into the Dominions of India
and Pakistan. There were vast
shifts of population in Poland and
Russia, Karelia and Finland,
North Korea and' South Korea,
Indo-China, Vietnam and Viet-
minh. Bat how is it that these
population shifts, asked Mr. Co-
may, "have ceased to be a matter
o international concern or are in
the process of solution." while the
problem of the Arab refugees
seems insoluble?
The answer could be given if
honesty prevailed, by the govern-
ments o{ Egypt, Jordan. Syria and
Lebanon. These governments
don't want the refugees to be set-
tled or resettled, they don't want
the refugees to become part of
the economic pattern of their
lands, they don't want the refu-
gees to be anything but what they
area shore on the body political
of the Arab-Israel body politic.
Independent surveys have
shown that Iraq alone could profit
from absorbing 750,000 Arab
refugeesmore than there are
now in the camps, according to
Israel's count. Syria could use as
many as 200.000. The Jordan Val-
ley scheme, which has been turn-
ed down by the Arab govern-
ments for political reasonsafter
the plan was proved technically
feasiblecould take 70.000 Arab
refugees off the political reefs
where they have been stranded
so long.
But the Arab governments
want that sore to continue fester-
ing. New proof of how the Arab
leaders mislead the refugees was
discovered recently in the Gaza
Strip, after the Israelis entered
that area. The kraelis found at
least 30 text books, used in such
schools as have been set up for
the children of the refugees
teaching the doctrine that Nasser
wonld soon "liberate" the Arab
"homeland" now occupied by
'the Zionists." Israel was shown
fanrf v .,0 f ",he Arab h-
and. Not only irresponsible agi-
tators but government leaders
from Nasser on down, have voic-
ed these provocations, have re-
peatedly implanted hatred into
the hearts of the refugees.
Israel has offered many times
to compensate many of the refu-
gees for the loss of the homes
which they vacated when they left
Israel under Egyptian and other
Arab provocation. But krael will
not make any payments of that
kind while the Arab governments
continue their economic boycott
against the Jewish State.
the refusal of entry to any tour-
ist* OF bOtU-Hde private visitors
hi Jewish faiih (including hold-
, H i'I American passport*) to
Saudia. Yemen, .Ionian and pro-
communist Syria
Thi-. anti.lewish boycott WSI
not limited t-> within the terri-
tory of the Arab states, hut was
"exported" by the Boycott Com-
mittee in other countries, includ-
ing the United States. The com-
mittee sent almost all foreign
firms doing business with any
Arab state questionaires in which
only two out of the five questions
pertained t<> I-rael. the rest to
Jews.
The questions were as follows:
"I. Do you have a branch or
investments in Israel?
"2. Are there any Jewish em-
ployees in your firm, if so what is
their position?
"3. Are there any Jews among
your directors, among the man-
agers of your branches or among
those having right to sign in the
name of your company or its
branches?
"4. Do you have suppliers of
the Jewish race?
"5. Do you have any contracts
authorizing the manufacture un-
der your trade marks of any
products in Israel?"
Nazi-like as these questions
are. they are perhaps even topped
by the impertinence of the warn-
ing following them in the ques-
tionaire: "We advise you to sup-
ply us with full and correct in-
formation, since any discrepancy
between your information and in-
formation collected by us will
lead to legal consequences."
In other words, the Boycott
Committee is threatening with
"legal consequences" American
and other firms which might re-
fuse to cooperate in this Arab
version of Hitlerite rascist dis-
crimination.
It is perhaps a paradoxical com-
ment on our times, that while
many firms in the Western world,
including the United States, have
bent their knees to the Arab boy-
cott measures, reports from Sau-
di Arabia a few monts ago dis-
closed that the contract for the
surveying of rebuilding the Hed-
jaz railroad by a Polish state-
owned contracting firm was dis-
solved when Poland informed
Saudia that she was "unable" to
give assurances that the tech-
nicians employed in making the
survey would not include Jews.
ON THE
<***.//. .*,.
H
IIMLARY MiNDtJX
HARRY D. WHITE LOYAL AMERICAN. B N...
415 pp. W.ban. Mass.: Priv.t.ly published by J|".W
Bloom. oy Bw*
|u|OST OF THE material for this book on Harry D,,..
,W| compiled hy his older brother, Nathan. Nataaa 3
tember. 1965; the manuscript has been published" iw-k ^
sister. Bessie White Bloom. P*num(
Harry Dexter White was Assistant Secretary of theTf-
subsequently. United States executive director on ttw. im!
Monetary Fund. On July 31, 1948. Elizabeth BemieyTseU
Communist spy. testified before the House Un-American w
Committee that Dr. White had been the source of informit' *
the Russians. On August 3 Whittaker Chambers, appearJT
same committee, stated that Dr. White "certainly was a (\\
eler," but denied that he was a spy or a source of informaUoi1
he said. "These people were an elite group which it was!
would rise to positions ... in the Government ... (and)
of very much more service to the Communist Party "
On August 13. Dr. White denied these charges under ojj
the committee. On August 16 he died. On November 17 i
produced a 1938 memorandum apparently in White's
ostensibly as a "report to the Russians." Five years later
Attorney-General Brownell, in an effort to taint the Denwcn
charged that' White had been a spy and that Truman, kno
had kept him in government service.
The repercussions were enormous, and Brownell backed
considerably after Eisenhower expressed his confidence m |
patriotism. Brownell made public part of confidential FBI i_
was inconclusive. A New York grand jury which had listeneu
evidence against White refused to bring an indictment.
This, in bare outline, is the smear which this book hopes uj
The book does a thorough job of discrediting both Chambers ia
ley by pointing up glaring discrepancies in their stories, i
their own admissions of perjury and some which they dk
As presented here, the case against White looks like i
fabrication. It is difficult, however, to determine whit, if i
has been omitted.
The book makes a good point about the strangely ben.,
tude of this country toward one-time Communists turned _
On the debit side, it must be acknowledged that some of the u
is rather carping and deals with trivialities although the |
might answer that nothing is trivial when a man's reputati
stake.
Also to be noted is the faet that the authors occasionally I
the same guilt by-association technique which they rightly i
in White's accusers. Marie Natvig. Lowell Watson, and Ham]
sow are all liars, by their own admission but this has nothii
with either Chambers or Bentley.
The sad thing is that there should have been no need (or (Ha
American standards, he is therefore innocent. But whether I
to be written. Harry White was accused; he was never convie
guilty or not. the atmosphere which accused him after hu i
one from which we still suffer. These are the hysteria pettej
veloped by a hungry for power Republican party a party I
scquently called General Marshall a traitor, dubbed the Kt
"Truman's war," called Truman himself a "coddler of Coma-
and called the period when this country came to the beight <
powers economically and morally "20 years of treason."
It is possible that Harry Dexter White was not only inM
martyred.
DAVMD SCtiWARTZ
The French Certainly Have Universally Attractive Quaf
| SEE by the papers that the President has pinned
the Legion of Honor on Simon Peres, director
general of the Israel Defense Ministry, who has had
much to do with cementing relations between
France and Israel.
PThi! aV 'wead in ,he Israeli P"P*- not that,
eres had to "bone up" on the French language
for his mission. Riding the bus daily in Tel Aviv
I er.s^was always seen with a French textbook in
..iKTh8fFr!/!rh friend!*iP '< Israel is not alto-
be recat k" ""^ A ,ew back' >"
freemen ranCe an" Uf*1 mBde an omle
a^reement-for sc.entific research-not with re-
Sen0 IET Tn- TherC'S qua"* -S2 th'e
trench that naturally direct their sympathies
toward the Jewish state.
The fact is there is a quality about the'
that is almost universally attractive, Tno"
ferson once said that every nian has t*o>
his own and France. They are a people
by the heart, not by cold calculation of I
loss. They are a people not famous fort
keepers but for their book writers.
From the standpoint of profit and H
had nothing to gain by coming to the aid,
ica in its Revolution, but they gave aid
country did. We sent our best men.
Franklin, to France to cultivate their i.-
and they sent Lafayette Rochambetu w--,
soldiers and supplies to tilt the scales tow
Americans.
Some Interesting Statistics on Jews and the Pro!
THf"rtAR,V0W<:r Jewi*h tudents today atudy-
ing dentistry than ten years aso Thi. i .
Wold, of education, engineering awmeS* '" *!
pharmacy Also uioh. "ngl law- medicine and
social work home ? ST""1 in ,he ><. of
Pathy an? nuTn'g. "Eg* SS^- *~
occupies the first place""hadm,n'*'ion still
Place in the percentage of all
iiltT1
Jewish students preparing for pro
The census estimates that
percent
Jewish students in this e(,unlryl.ll t^
administration, including accoi
tant reasons are Jdvam
teck, research director
K*ff I
re instanced for tWs JJJJ, -
of the Vocal!""1
One isthat business activities have (
attracted large numbers of Jews. T ^j
is the fact that accounting is lT^Zj/^
fession in a growing field where it
serve yourself without facing disc*


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from the r^ctbbi
Page 15-A
foJInu iig another ir. a series of articles prepared bv spiritual
I". n iiere fr The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
with the Greater Miami Rabbinical An. Rabbi Abraham
I ion of Tifereth Israel Korthside Center, is coordinator of this
jjn. pfOgW"'
|fe is Not Always
hir
Dramatic Backdrop
RABBI BENNO WALLACH
Templt Sinai
I Torah portion that is uni-
ty read in all .synagogues on
labbath tells a strange tale.
and Abihu, the sons of
C, offered "strange fire" be-
Ptbe Lord, and as a punish-
, -there went out fire from
ord, and devoured them."
rabbis, attempting to ex-
" this strange phenomenon,
lied that the brothers were
Heated when they appeared
j the altar, and because of
trofanation were no longer
led worthy to exist either as
or as members of their
world is full of "strange
ngs," of fires that consume
ntUGHTING T/ME
[Adar 19 6:18 pan.
4/
us and simultaneously profane us.
Daily we assault the God-given
privileges with which we are en-
dowed, misuse instruments put at
our disposal to accomplish good,
and abuse the privilege of being
human.
Follow us through a few simple
examples. Enter virtually any
drug store, or go to any news-
stand, and peruse the vulgar trash
that is exhibited there. Movie
magazines and "romances" tend
to the licentious; comic books
are filled with indescribable hor-
ror stories. The fire of culture,
which could become ours through
our ability to read, becomes a
"strange fire."
Automobiles, which enable us
to live in spacious homes in the
country rather than in the crowd-
ed working quarters of the city,
become killers more fatalities
than ever before have occurred
so far this year in Dade county.
An instrument for the blessing of
mankind, we use it only too often
to our detriment.
Music, the queen of euphony,
instead of arousing the sensitivi-
ministers see the ravages worked
in the human mind by the aber-
rations of these perversions; they
can only imagine and conjecture
on the loss of what might have
been, were it not for the bom-
bardment of these "popular"
items.
Bible stories in general are ra-
ther naive and primitive: they
contain heroes and villains; pun-
ishment follows crime, and good-
ness is rewarded. Following this
pattern, it was unavoidable that
Nadab and Abihu were consumed
by fire when they played with
fire.
Life is not always this dramatic,
but we must realize the God-given
law of cause and effect. The agent
utilized is not always the reward-
ing or punishing factor, but any
act is followed by a consequence.
To shut ur eyes, to say that we
are not vulnerable, is to deny life.
To seek "excitement," or as our
teenagers term it, "to get kicks"
out of unrealistic situations, is to
abuse realism, and therefore un-
worthy of us who are cast in the
"Image of God." Life is intrin-
sically serious, offers us so many
challenges that are difficult at
best. Only too often we cannot
cope with them at all. Yet, none-
the less, we create additional
hurdles to be jumped.
It is impossible in a few words
to correct situations that have
not been affected by libraries of
suggestions. Perhaps we do not
even need these libraries, perhaps
the warning of this simple story
is sufficient in itself, if only we
treat it not as a simple story, not
as an occult occurrence of the
past, but as a warning to all gen-
erations: Those who play with
fires, rather than utilize them,
will inevitably be burned.
ABB/ BENNO WAUACH
. 'awecn of euphony'
ties of man to a higher level,
pours from loudspeakers in harsh,
grinding, meaningless tones all
day long, its high qualities either
forgotten, or actually not even
known to our children.
One can go on and on in the
same vein, but all of us know
more examples, without actually
spelling them out. We do not
have to be puritanical to feel this
way; the sensitivities of all who
see the results of this tendency in
our society are aroused, and only
too often we are shocked by the
results. Educators, physicians and
Mltsvah: I .exile, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Haber. *

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
Friday 8:30 p.m. at t'arnenter Hall,
131t at. anil N.K. 6th live. Sermon:
"Teachlnj of Moral and Spiritual Val-
ues In Our Public Schools."

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
t. Conservative. Pabbi Alfred
Waxman.
Friday T,:3 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"The Red llolfer and Dietary Uw."
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Wl i
l'orllon."
a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
hbbath *^ervices in ^Jr eater it-i n?i
OATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla
ox. Rabbi Isaac Ever,
p m Saturday 8:88 a.m.
I Without Pi Inclpla."

HE EME5. 2343 Coral Way.

I DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
-vativc. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
[Cantor William W. Llpson.
Lltli p.m Sermon: "What Do
Jut of Your Religion?" Satur-
.m. Bur Ifltivah. Steven, son
land Mrs Lee Minor.

I EL. 500 SW 17th avo. Or-
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlr-
>y 1p.m. Baturday 8:30 a.m.
The Magnificent Failure."
e
EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
rvative. Rabbi David W.
I ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
* Rbbi H. Louis Rott-
I JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
' Orhodox. Rabbi Tiber
1 Cantor Maurice Mamches.
lay vjo a.m.
"i'-'ii.-.l Kacrlfli

P RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
"ox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
J" TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
"' Rlbbi Joseph E. Rackov-
'. .Saturday S:30 a.m.
the Qeaerm-
f*> WAY JEWISH CENTER.
"numin Blech.
Weal Miami
L. ttJ*"* -'-. crul Way.
ftw.h-1 ft*"1"". "' Prayer-
Moe. '" Ml "' M".
ftiPk^ *. Mrs.
|*.6L- GRANADA. 50 NW
c"*rvative. R.Wbi Leo
tU!!li^l.m. Proaentatlon
^ >r. Tllaor H. Stoni
w*in9ton Ave., M. B.
** -2205 -JH.1N9
of Siyk H:iKXndah by spokesmen for
the Israeli Government, on behalf of
Hond.- for laraeL Baturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Weekly Portion."
a e e
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
JiOl S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
Jale. Reform. Rabbi Marios Rart-
son.
e a a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Cross.
a e O
HIALEAH^IAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker: Mr.
Paul Selderman. executive committee
chairman. Regional Advisory Board of
ADI>. Saturday 9 a.m.
a e e
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 1S3 NE
Hi St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gortx officiates.
Friday 8:155 p.m. Sermon: "Finding
One's Way." Saturday 9 a.m.
e a a
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
L. 1645 Polk st Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
e
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
" e a a
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudeh Heilbraun.
a a a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
! 24th for. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Alibis" Saturday 9 a.m. Bar MUi-
VHh: Arthur, son of Mr. and Mis. Mor-
rla Aptakln.
a a e
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
eve. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Canter Abraham Self.
Friday 8:10 p.m. Guest ai>eaker:
Rabbi A Gross, prlncliwl of the He-
brew Academy. Saturday 8:10 a.m.
Sermon: "Weekly Portion "
9
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 am.
Harmon: "Hungarian Refugees and la-
r.u-l. "
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
end NE 11th avo. Conservative.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantr.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Guest speaker:
Councilman Harold Shapiro. Topic:
"Can Peace Come tto the Middle
East?" Saturday 9 a.m.
a a
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
a a a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "I.lfe and
Times of Don Isaac Abravanel." Sat-
urday 9 a.m. liar Mltxvah: Ronald,
son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. Dranow.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Centor Manny
Mandel.
a a a
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixio hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Ok o lie a. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "The
Three Branches of Judaism." Satur-
day 9 a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Jay. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Beakind.
a a a
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:ir, p.m. Mas Mltxvah:
Sherry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than Roblnowlts. Saturday 8:l a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Ronald, son of Mr. and
Mra. Herbert Aronson; Kdward, son
of Mr. and Mra. Robert Slack man.
Mlncha: Bar Mltsvah: Tllden, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Zane.
e a
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TBR. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard.
Friday 8:15 p.m. at 317 Merrlck Hall.
I'nlverslty of Miami. Quix contest on
"Famous Sayings and Teachings of
Great Jewish Religious Leaders."
e
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6431 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
e e a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Centor Samuel Kelemer.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "lust
What Is Liberal Judaism'' Saturday
10.15 a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Ronald Ir-
win. son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Herroa I
Has Mltxvah: Mania Ru'li. daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Francis Haas.
a a
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Friday 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Lehr-
man wHI respond to Mordecal Hhalev,
first aeoretary of the Israel Kmliassy
In Washington, who will pay trloote
to Temple Bmanu-KI In behalf of the
State of Israel. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly l'orllon. Bar Sllla-
vah: DonaW. eon of Mrs Sarah BerfcO-
wlta: Richard, aon of Mr. and arra.
Joseph (Jroae.
a e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE l*h
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Nerot.
Centor Jecob Bernstein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What
learned and What I Did Not I-earn
at the Hebrew baton College."Reeep-
tlon and film on life of Isaac M. Wise
and the college follow. ^
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Frldav 8:18 P.BS. Sermon: "A Price-
less Jewel." Saturday :! a.m. Bar
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aurbach, of New York City, present Tif-
ereth Israel Northside Center with its first Silver Crown to adorn
Scrolls of Law. Presentation was formally consecrated dur-
ing Friday evening services at 6500 N. Miami ave. Gift was
made by Aurbachs in honor of their late daughter, Mrs. Lil-
lian Meyer. They are parents of Tifereth member Mrs. Mur-
ray Marcuse.
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I...SOCIMIIE
Birth daze Morton and Marilyn Fellman,
of 230 SW 51t ct., dreamed up the cutest birth an-
nouncement ever to let friends know of the arrival
of Leslie Denyse ... On blueprint paper under the
heading "Fellman Engineering Company" is their
"Final Report on Family Building Project" .
Marilyn, of course, is "chief producer," with Mort
nsultant" Leslie is "project No. 3completion date, Feb-
22, 1957"
The Specification Sheet notes that Footing will be "Unsteady
I first twelve months" .. Materials: "Sugar and spice and every-
L nice" Electrical system: "Wired for sound and time-
kched for action every four hours" ... A Special Note reports
^Projects No. 1 & No. 2Barry and Shelley, progressing accord-
[to schedule" .. Morfs an engineerof course.
Iren and Ellis Rubin, of 2431 SW 27th st, are joyful over the
hi of a son I. Mark Irono's parents, the Samwol Kestenbaums,
| grandfather Laurence Rubin are also happy .
It was a hoy for the Saymour Lovlna, too, and a big smile on
of Temple Emanu-El's Mrs. Sarah Lavin, who is his grand-
Ither.
Wedding hells will ring in Chicago on Mar. 24 for Miami Beach
rney L. Jules Arkin and his bride, Sandra Carol Rauthbord .
Miami contingent attending the wedding includes parents Mr.
Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin and brothers Stanley and Norman with his
e. Rosalie ... Mr. and Mrs, Wolfia Cohan, the Milton Smiths
the Martin Smiths, the Mayor Shapiros, Mrs. Arthur Triaatar,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fleischer will also brave March weather
(he occasion .
Alter a Mexican honeymoon the couple will live in Miami Beach.
>>
The glamorous former star Kay Francis was a recent guest at
,rai Sprint Villas .. Kay, now a nightclub owner in St. Thomas,
in Island-, renewed her friendship with Judson Smith, popular
t and smivr now appearing here Smith has played at her
Club several times in past seasons.
t C > |
Alice end Louis Spector, of 125 SW 22nd rd., and their two
nted scion- will celebrate Lou's birthday this weekend with a
telandboa! miting They'll be going 'way up north North
imj Beach, that is "
Vivacious Alice thwarted a would-be burglar last Monday night,
nut shattering either her composure or any of the delightful
llnends start out with "Well, do you want a dramatic story or the
pth?"
Mr. end Mrs. Harry I. Mecjid have returned from a two-week
)to Atlanta and Nashville .. Atlanta's great charm lies in their
Mhter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cora Id H. Gtiortner, and
fcir son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Megid .
lile in Nashville, they attended the bar mitzvah of their grand-
n. Mitchell "Mike" Magid Jr., son of the Mitcholl S. Magids .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strassburg were hosts at a musical soiree
ently Bob, who is director of musical activities at Temple
and Kay welcomed to their Perugia ave. home Dr. and Mrs.
Hlip Gottlieb. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Colitz, Dr. and Mrs. Loo Wool,
1Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldman Also present were David and
1 Drucker, who presented a program of "Songs by Strassburg"
"i other guests.
I Mrs. Charles Goldberg, wife of the managing director of the
riano hotel, eave a luncheon Mar. 20 for 25 out-of-town friends
L the Blue Koom affair was in honor of Mrs. Mayor Kaplan, wife
|ivew Vork\ well-known Dr. Mayor Kaplan, and Mrs. Mickoy Kara,
" oi the famous Mickoy Kara and mother of Joel Gray .
Mirlene Singer, daughter of the William Singers and bride-
tfhpt Richard Stone, son of the Alfred Stones, was honored at a
weon Mar 19 at the Fontainebleau Hostesses were Mrs.
Chinn.ng and Mrs. Honry Hohauser .
Honeymooning ln Havana are the Richard Allan Metxgers, who
UJhtTT. i''r ,0 Thc bride is the former *"'* L"rus.
Form *'n Laiarus and the late Solomon Latarus
ttauZ ,u Ll>ndon. she was educated in England Richard's
U II Z A"en **. of 350 S. .Shore dr. Housekeep-
'" wt up at 3621 SW 11th st., when the newly-weds return.
IheTni,00":' Tau we,co"l 'ts brand-new chapter, Alpb
UrUlhlih w M,ami camPus- and formally pledged 23 <
Herri.. .' ('naptPTS Charter members Miami Beach pi
a Mu,
co-eds
edges
nn, Judy
Delta
tr.
Lioton, Lynno Worblow. Gianna Sermoneta, Marilynn
i-riednch, Barbara Breakstone, and Jan Bernstein .
lerv iT* Alumnae Association celebrated Its 40Ih
*n Roc Saturdfly w>th a luncheon and fashion show at the
Wd ovrr. iu r,r.l,y members modeled, and all proceeds were
Phvs Heart Fund
Of Mr!" i^ U1*2' C,ub held iu Marcn meeting Mar. 12 at the
Mri Jacob Passman, at 600 S. Shore dr.
p *
*MusiliLd^ Hlrry L#V,H was fe'ed at a Purim luncheon in
J Erector f,u'rday last Sunday Host* were the officers
nmunitv \",,',l .Hebrpw Academy, and guests included many
The SouVh n lons-,im* Mends of "young" Harry .
118 a found. d,Jve,0P*'-. who arrived in Miami Beach in
" Hi i Ac<>emy and also of Beth Jacob congre-
"oen honorary vice president of the Academy for
i*1- C B^,N'iaRara Fa,!s for occasion were his son. Clarence,
I An" r 2 H* 'S dauhter. Mr*. Dorothy Kloin .
Hdi"g annivi r Morr,, Coh,n J"st celebrated their Golden
'fiends. y' Wi,h gifts ,nd cards flowing in from their
"' dughter SS1 Pledges at the UM*nelu*de Carol Loo Klein-
*"*i. h.,s- J A,b#rt K""n* of 955 W. 48th st.. Carol
1 Su"n Kooni. a" L8re the R,,*, Lachmans, 4454 Adams
n'9* da"hter of the Charles J. Koenig. of the
Continued on Pago 6B
t1tV
oman s
"World
^l Miami, Florida, Friday, March 22, 1957
Section B
accent on youth...
Teen-agers from Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center pitch in to do their bit for Com-
bined lewish Appeal. Shown with Israel Sil-
ver preparing to distribute CIA posters through-
out Dade county, are Oeft to right) Carol Meyer,
Lea Levin, Louise Hess, Berna Chasin and Bar-
bara Leicourt. Center is one of many health
and welfare institutions receiving funds from
Combined Jewish Appeal drive.
ave..
Fon-
Members of post-confirmation group of Temple eguipment in cardio-pulmonary laboratory
Emanu-El on tour of Mt. Sinai hospital to get (from left) are Elliot Friedwald, Arlin Dublen,
acquainted with community facilities and be- Leslie Zeviti, Adrienne Miller, Howard Gold-
hind-scenes background at hospital. Viewing klang and faculty member Mrs. Ruth Feit.
Beach Chapter Schedules Donor Luncheon
Miami Beach chepter ci B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its tenth
annual donor luncheon at the
Americana hotel Tuesday noon.
Mrs. Ida Optner will bo chairman
of the day, assisted by Mrs. Helen
Sanders, co-chairman; Mrs. Frank
Burg, journal chairman; and Mrs.
Ben Essen, in charge of program
arrangements.
Assisting are the Mesdames Es-
ther Lerman, Irving Solomon. Leon
Rapee, Herman Alberts. Harry
Kltz, Eli Lieberman, Jack Silver-
man, Benjamin Reich, Rose Bandel
Mr and Mrs. Al Sherman enjoy dinner in the Zodiac room of and Morris Frank,
the Delano hotel in celebration of tb>ir son Herbert** 13th Mrs. Max Davis is president of
birthday. the chapter. .
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vJewlstincrMton
Friday. March 22,1,
I
The Secret's in a Tempty Filling
By REGINA FRISCHWASSER
SOUR MILK GRIODLECAKES
2-'-; cups flour
'-_ teaspoon salt
l-'4 teaspoons soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 egg
2 cups sour milk
Sift and measure flour with salt,
-oda, baking powder. Beat egg well
and add sour milk. Add dry ingre-
dients gradually and beat rapidly.
Fry on a hoi grease'd griddle.
FILLED BUTTERCUP COOKIES
'_. cup butter
1-2 3 cup- Ml
2 ei:u-
3 cup.- cake dour
' teaspoon salt
3 teaspoon- baking powder
1 cup milk
Cream butter, add ugar [radual-
ly beating until mixture Is light
Special Booklet on Passover
Available at Your Request
The coming of Passover, with its
complete change from normal meal-
time routine to special holiday diet,
brings to the family table a rich
and varied array of traditional
foods that arc a gourmet's delight.
But for the harried homemaker,
who must do all the planning and
preparation for this week-and-a-day
of revised kitchen routine. Pass-
over poses its lull quota of prob-1
fi odi must be]
bought; special holiday recipes
must be summoned up >tit oi the
recesses of memory; special care
be taken to plan adequately
balanced meals.
Thi< i- a hectic ta k, especially
lor the younger a man with limit-
ed experience in the more complex
aspects nf traditional Jewish cook-1
Nevertheless, the uniquely!
joyous aura that -inrounds the'
Passover holiday transform- these
- into a labor ol love.
However, the B. Manischewitz
Company, world's largest orodu-
cer of kosher foods for daily and
Passover use, has long been of
the opinion that-holiday prepara-
tions need not require a love of
labor. Following this thought to
its logical conclusion, the Mani-
schewitz firm has developed a
line of well over 100 prepared
Passover foods, many of them,
such as gefilte fish, borscht and
a variety of additional items all
ready to serve, or to heat and
serve.
Now. a- a unique further aid to
housewives in planning their Pa-s-
over meal-, the Home Service De>
pertinent of the B. Manischewitz
Comi an] has planned and prepared
an 8 ers literally every eating occasion
oi the i.. hi dayt oi Passover, from
the traditional Seder which i- ob-
served on the first and second l
liday, through eight
dayt (it breakfast, lunch and din-
ner.
Some of the menus feature trad:-,
tional Passover recipe- in modern
variations. Others feature com-
pletely new recipes, created in the
traditional spirit of the holiday in
the Model Kosher Teal Kitchen of
the B. Mani-ch( wit/ ( ompai y.
Those who wish free copies of the
Manischewitz 8-Day Passover Menu,
including iccipes for the dishes
listed, may obtain them by writing
to the Jewish Floridian, Box 2973,
Miami 18, Fla..
and fluffy. Add eggs one at a
time and I cat well after each addi-
tion. Silt and resift flour with
-alt. and baking powder. Add the
dry ingredient- alternately with
milk. Beat well after each addition
of dry Ingredients and milk. Bake
in i moderatel) hoi oven 375 degs.
F. 20-30 minutes in well oiled muf-
fin tin cups. When the cup cookies
are cool cut off the tops and with
a -poon make a cavity in each. Fill
the cavities with:
ORANGE FILLING
Beat 3 egg yolks slightly in the
top of a double boiler. Slowly add
3 tablespoons flour. '^ cup sugar,
U teaspoon salt, which have been
mixed together. Add 4 cup orange
juice, l-t| teaspoons lemon juice.
1 3 cup water and 1 teaspoon
grated orange rind. Cook over hot
water, stirring constantly, until the
mixture coat- a spoon well.
Nephrosis Groups
Plan Drive in Miami
The local chapter of the National
Nephrosis Foundation i-^ complet-
ing plans tor a fund drive in April.
Mr-. Henry Green, campaign di-
rector, announced the following
appointments Wednesday:
Mail solicitation chairmenMr.
A. L. Levin, Mrs. Herbert Lai bow
and Mrs. A. L. Levin; cannister
placement chairmenMr. E. Her-
man Fisher and Mrs. Joseph Git-
tleman.
Monies received are spent to
further research at the l'niver-ity
ol Miami medical school for neph-
rosis, nephritis and allied kidney
disorders. This research fund was
instituted by the group last year.
Next meeting will be held by the
group on Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Robert Yolken, 1210 Place-
tas ave.. Coral Gables.
0RT Region Hans Dance Mar. 31 of Saxony
Dinner dance given by the South- Mrs. Dory Auerbach Cni
eastern Florida region of Women's! chapter: Mrs Vi-tr,r Holi^1
ican ORT will take, place in ami Beach afternoon chf*''
the Pagoda room oj the Saxony Mrs. Howard K Dunn w"J
hotel Sunday evening, Mar. 31. | chapter. unaP
There will be dancing until mid-| --------------_
night to Charlie Spivak'a "^^l Uobokal:s fo
Mrs. Harry Tischlcr is chairman. Sunshm< "
Co-chairmen are Mr,. Michael j ,..-, /Jfc
Fields. Greater Miami chapter;; ican Legi i
When an afternoon of shopping
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dinner, here'ea^Rjleious hurry-up meal. Just
broil asparagus and cheese on fresh
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March 22. 1957
-Jewlsti fkriiirtr
Page 3-B
\om Bundles for Britain to
Britain were
re-
of
[Bundles for
i!n ihle fr ,he ginning
Kit'has become a lucrative wnt-
tliwr >n the life of a Miami
KS woman. She is Mrs. Reuben
bubyi Levin
of 9508 Carlyle ave.
known popularly about town as
Lie Levin, the vivacious red-
d it currently directing "My
Mr City a satirical take-off on
. Broadway hit, "My Fair Lady,"
Ihich is a satirical take-off on
George Bernard play, "Pyg-
ian" "which is a satirical
Mff on Trixie explained
Kdnesdav. trailing gingerly
long and hardly to be interrupt-
h by even pertinent questions.
[To begin at the beginning: The
ospect Park Jewish Center Sis-
Thood in Brooklyn, N.Y., ac-
pted a script written by Trixie
jck during World War U. Ad-
mission was a bundle for Britain.
iis was the beginning of Trixie's
; career. "I must have writ-
it least a hundred scripts
ce then," she said. "After that
L every Sisterhood in Brooklyn
irted calling me.
"It was just physically impos-
ble for me to be everybody's
keetheart. I was forced to be-
l demanding fees for my work."
fltixie and Ruby came to Miami
; years ago, and Trixie had to
gin all over. "I offered Temple
i Sholom a script for a bazaar.
Ifore I knew it, things were
Ipping herr just as they had
en back in Brooklyn."
*s she have any special writ-
techniques? Well, Trixie
bk playwriting courses at New
brk University. But she won't
I pinned down to admit they did
|ich goodoutside of inviting
' professors to attend plavs and
isicals I was producing all over
oklyn and New York."
lie hardest thing, she feels, is
King the basic idea. "An organ-
ition contacts me and tells me:
i need a show for a fund rais-
! affair'or'we need a snow
a membership .affair.' It's
tailor-made writing. But
i the kernel of purpose solid-
is, the rest is easy."
' Trixie, "easy" means three
hours a day for about ten
Ji in the case of a two-hour
W. "Once I've got the gim-
rfour
TKIXIt LCVIN
... 'I Won'f eVfee'
mick, I lock myself away and
work with pad and penciltrans-
cribing by typewriter later."
This, apparently, was the case
with "My Fair City," which Trixie
is also directing for Beth David
Sisterhood and Men's Club. Per-
formance is scheduled May 29 at
Bayfront auditorium. The story
tells about the trials of a female
refugee from the Bronx, who sells
hotdogs on South Beach. The
hero is a Kentucky colonel, who
comes to the Miami area in the
name of perpetuating the South-
ern accent.
'The colonel," Trixie explained,
"is shocked to find the massive
absence of Southern accent in one
of the most Southern points of
the United States. Our Bronx
heroine intrigues him. In a special
vow, he undertakes to transform
her into a Southern belle within
six months."
How does husband Ruby feel
about being married to an author-
ess? Well, Trixie's writing has
done little to upset their happy
home life. Trixie and Ruby, mar-
leah Socialites Open Home Sunday
and Mrs [#o Gelvan will be
I to Rabbi Zelig S. Chinitz, of
1 York, at a cocktail party at
f home on Sunday evening.
Ctlv.ns, of 254 E. 5th t.f
>, hvt been hosts to numer-
Igwmunjty functions In recent
years, but their guests look for-
ward to the appearance of the
young United States Air Force
Chaplain with great anticipation.
He served as Chaplain in Japan
and Korea and recently made an
extensive tour of Israel and the
Middle East.
. Babjeg thrive on its
Easy-fo-Eat Protein
Breakstone's
mates it #
B&0
Trixie's
ried 22 years, are currently mak-
ing gay preparations for the mar-
riage in June of their 19-year-old.
Leonore. They have another
daughter, who is three.
"But I don't drive," Trixie de-
clared, in a seemingly irrelevent
Foot/ight Triumphs
way. "Don't you see? I don't
drive. Well, Ruby has had to
drive me to rehearsals all these
years. Before I knew it, he be-
came an artiste all of his own,
waiting for me during rehearsals.
Now, he does all my Yiddish pro-
duction numbers. At least two
of these appear, in all my longer
scripts.'.'
What does this energetic red-
head do in her spare time? "I
walk the baby carriage," she re-
plied, "and I write"
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Fridav
_Mwch22
23 New SDT's are Charter Members
Of Alpha Mu Chapter on UM CamJ
Twenty-three University of Mi- Robert Merritt Assists
ami co-eds who will, become char- undergraduate sponsor, T ^
Charles T^^^S^JS
to the sorority colony
The Greater Miami 11
League of SigmaS*. {>
Rabbi Tibor Stern and Councilman Bernard
Frank (right and second from right), present
Israeli prayer shawl to M. B. Frank, guest of
honor durinq 30th anniversary celebration of
Beth Jacob Congregation. Looking on are (left
to right). David Whitmen, president, Mrs. M. B.
Frank, Mrs. Bernard Frank and Miss Charlotte
Frank. Seated are Mrs. Tibor Stern and Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky (back to camera), spiritual
leader of Beth El Congregation.________________
If it Weren't for Israel' to be Theme
Of Talk by Former Miami Area Leader
"If it Weren't For Israel" i which she will return to Paris,
the timely supposition Mrs. Samuel
(Bee) Jaffe will present to more
than 600 Pioneer Women when
they meet for the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women's 17th
annual donor luncheon Sunday
noon at the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Jaffe, long-time leader in
civic and welfare activities, is a
former president of the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women
and has been living abroad since
1954. She is in the United States
for a two-month holiday, after
Best Foot Forward'
Spring Fling Theme
"Put your he~t foot forward" i--
the theme for the Beth David chap-
ter Young People League "spring
:ling" dance in Both David audi-
torium Sunday evening.
Featured will be Billy Shep-
herd and his orchestra, with vo-
calist Danny Novak. Single
adults, 18 to 30 years of age, are
invited to attend regular meet-
ings on the second and fourth
Sundays of each month at 8:39
p.m. at Beth David.
Officers
dent; Gary Shi president,
urer; Elinor B
Leta Weiss,
C< Responding Art Hertz.
sergeant-at-arms, and parliamentar-
ian: and Morris Moses, historian.
Standing committee chairmen
;;re Art Hertz, Sid Greensteln, Ro-
berta Shavel, Bill Uolbert, and
Phvllis Man-'
France, with her husband, who is
overseas director of public rela-
tions for the Joint Distribution
Committee.
Last year. Mrs. Jaffee played an
active role in the reception, care
and migration of Hungarian Jew-
ish refugees arriving in Austria.
I'nder her direction, a central file
u.i- Ml up for all registrants in or-
der to facilitate location of rela-
tive- She h.t- also visited the prin-
cipal cities of reception in Greece.
Italy and France for Jews expelled
or forced to flee from Egypt.
Mrs. Abe Seltzer, vice president
and Moatiath Hapoaloth chairman
of the Miami Council, serving as
toastmaster of the luncheon, will
introduce Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild,
who will deliver the invocation.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth
David Synagogue, will discuss per-
tinent aspects of the Middle East
crisis.
The musical portion of (he pro-
gram will be by Mr. Henry Martel.
dramatic tenor, with Any uta Mili-
COV at the piano.
The luncheon is the culmination
h individual Pioneer Wom-
an's annual personal contribution
in dollars and efforts toward- the
Moatzath Hapoaloth. the sister or-
ganization in Israel. This group,
the life line to hundreds of thou-
sands of women, youth and chil-
dren, sponsors and supports train-
ing schools, nurseries, agricultural
schools, hospitals, and multitudes
of other vital integrated projects.
Their very immediate concern to-
day is with the new arrivals, com-
ing at the rate of 800 people daily,
from Hungary. Egypt and North
African countries.
.mu n-^-.- ..~ ---.-------------- --------
ter members of Alpha Mu chapter
of Sigma Delta Tau were formally
pledged to the international soror-
itv Saturday.
Miami Beach pledges of Sigma
Delta Tau's 34th chapter are Janet
Bernstein, Barbara Breakstone, Ju-
dith Ann Friedrich. Harriet Lip-
ton. Marilynn Mann, Gianna Ser-
moneta and Lynne Werblow.
Others are Barbara Barron, Ju-
dy Edelson and Laurie Zisook, Chi-
cago; Elaine Benamy and Rita
Benamy, Atlanta: Carole Danziger,
Helena. Ark.; Hedy Pavis, Deal, N.
J.; Bernice Liftman, NY.; Jo
Morren. South Bend, Ind.; Sue
Rein, Shaker Heights. O.; Ellen
Sack, Lawrence, L.I.; Vera Sgutt,
Tuscon, Ariz.; Diane Steinberg, Jer-
sey City; Natalie Wagner, Pitts-
burgh; Geraldine Weissman, De-
troit; and Rosalie Zuckerman, Du-
buque, la.
Undergraduate sponsors for Al-
pha Mu Colony are Phyllis Rosen-
blum, president, who became a
member of Sigma Delta Tau at the
University of Alabama; Louise Lef-
kowitz, treasurer, transfer from the
University of Cincinnati, and Susan
Weinstock, secretary, transfer from
the University of Texas.
Mrs. Morton A. Grant, immedi-
ate past national president, was
presiding officer for the pledging
ceremony held at the home of Mrs.
hostess to a buffet lunchem,'.
vin Meitus
league.
President
of thai
Educator Cookies
Hard to Resist
Megowen Educator Food t
pany is currently of ferine 1
of crackers that are hard to r*
Approved as Kosher by the uL
of Orthodox Rabbis, the craS
are distributed in Miami bv
Grades Food Co., 7200 NW
ave.
Included in the famous lint,
Crax, a family favorite in mill
of households for many years 1
day Assortment, including
cookies, cream-filled cookies mi
wise selection of other unique |
vorites; Educator Butter Coobi
with some four dozen scalloped!
ed tea cookies in each foil-wrapjirt
box; and Saltines. a stand*]
among thin crackers.
Educator also makes unsaltedl
thin crackers in this line.whicjaa
guaranteed Pareve. These art J
a sampling of the many fine n>]
ducts Educator offers the pabfcj
for its cracker needs. -$i
'I WANT MY MILK"
Square, Folk
Dancing Slated
Square and folk dancing will he
featured at "Hoe Down" sponsor-
ed by Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian
Sisters. Saturday evening. Mar. 23.
at the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The program will also include
modern end Israeli dancing. Pa-
tients from the Geriatric Clinic
of Jackson Memorial Hospital
will be guests of the Temple.
Proceeds will benefit many char-
ities. Mrs. Nat Miller la chairman
of the event, and I. Schneides will
act as caller.
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March 22, 1957
JiMhr*t?*r
IXlomcn in the Page 5-B
[re. Carrie Levitus, winter resident from New York, of 831 NE
I st., N. Miami, receives $500 U.S. Bond she won at recent
lival bazaar sponsored by B'nai B'rith Women's Council
[ South Florida. Making presentation is Mrs. Norman Rein-
d, vice president and carnival chairman.
1
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MIS. THOMAS BMUSK
.art Group Slates
Fete Tuesday
ami chapter of the National
'-en's Cardiac Hospital held a
luncheon Tuesday at the
ericana hotel.
Jairman for the luncheon was
i Sam Schulwolf. Assisting were
I- Sidney Fertig, Mrs. Phillip
?del and Mrs. Michael Blank.
I. Bunny Freed and Mrs. Harry
per were in charge of enter-
"i-it.
'Wren's Cardiac hospital is a
Mctarian hn*pital which treats
pen with heart disease and
f'ces hundreds in the Miami
1 u"h both in-patient and out-
pent care.
A JCongress Women
Hear National Exec
Mrs. Charles P Feinberg, of Flor-
ida Women's Division of American
Jewish Congress, this week reveal-
ed that the Florida Women's Divi-
sion held its Annual Louise Water-
man Wise pledge brunch Wednes-
day at the Algiers hotel.
Gust speaker was Mrs. Thomas
Brusk, who has been a national
chairman for the past 20 years. She
has lived in Europe, India and the
Middle East, and spent some time
in Israel.
Mrs. Brusk was national chair-
man for six years of the Louise
Wise Memorial Fund committee
and national chairman for the com-
bined Stephen and Louise Wise
Memorial Fund Committee for two
years.
"The Youth Center in Israel has
been built and is being maintain-
ed by the National Women's Divi-
sion of American Jewish Congress
as a living* memorial to Louise
Waterman Wise, whose love of
children, whose faith in Israel and
wjiose devotion to democracy will
remain an inspiration to all women
for all time," Mrs. Flinberg said.
2f
PTA Council Names
Mrs. Greene Head
Mrs. Benjamin Greene, of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, has been elected
president of the Council of Parent-1
Teachers Asms, with the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Other officers named at the re-
cent election meeting were the
Mcsdames Charles Rosenberg, Tem-
ple Judea, Max Handshu, Beth
Women's Council
In Confab Talks
Officers for the coming year
were to be nominated at a meeting
of the B'nai B'rith Women's Coun-
cil of South Florida Thursday eve-
ning at Waldman's Crown hotel.
Mrs. George Baltuch is president
of the Council.
The meeting of B'nai B'rith Dis-
trict 5 convention'planning commit-
tee at Waldman's Crown hotel Mon-
day, will usher in an eventful eve-
ning. Headed by E. Albert Pallot,
Harry S. Schwartz and Mrs. Bal-
tuch, convention chairmen, all com-
mittee chairmen and president of
lodges and chapters will submit fac-
tual reports of progress on conven-
tion arrangements.
Two other important meetings
will follow immediately. These are
a meeting of the B'nai B'rith Men's
Council, headed by president Sid-
ney Efronson, and an emergency
meeting of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization advisory board, for
the purpose of reevaluating the
new BBYO by-laws. Chairman of
the advisory committee is Mrs. Jo-
seph Bermann.
North Shore Chapter will
meet Monday afternoon at the
North Shore Jewish Center. Presen-
tation of the new slate by the nom-
inating committee will highlight
the business portion of the meet-
ing, which will be followed by an
afternoon of cards and mah jongg.
OhOhfor me? is the exclam-
ation that will be heard from all
sides, as members of the chapter
are honored with well-merited
awards at the chapter's peak event
of the year, the annual donor
luncheon, to be held Wednesday,
Mar. 27, 12 noon, at the Eden Roc
hotel.
Dapid, Benjamin Fabric, North
Shore Jewish Center, and Martin
Lundy, Temple Beth Sholom, vice
presidents; Milton Koch, Kneseth
Israel, recording secretary; and
Irving Schwartz, Zamora Jewish
Center, corresponding secretary.
The Council of PTA's recom-
mended regional workshops durinc
nert year's school term as a fol-
low-through to its recent workshop
on "Religion and the Public
Schools." Plans for next year cal
for an athletic league in the Jew-
ish schools and a Council reunion
Sept. 17. "Council News" will seen
appear, containing news of the
school PTA's and other pertinent
articles on PTA programing.
Steering committee of the Coun-
cil includes the Mesdames Jack Au-
gust, North Dade; Norman Babel,
Beth Sholom; Nathan Becker, Hia-
leah; Paula Dorson, Hialeah; Je-
rome Freedman, Zamora; Jesse
Ladies Will Hear Two Speakers
"Middle East Today" will be top-
ic of discussion at meeting of Mi-
ami chapter of American* Jewish
Congress at the home of Mrs. Leon-
ard Friedland, 1505 Zoreta, Coral
Gables on Tuesday afternoon.
"Overcoming the High Cost of
Discrimination" is slated as the
topic of guest speaker Dr. Max
Karl, executive director of Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews, at a meeting of the
chapter Wednesday noon at Kou-
bek Center.
Mrs. Louis Haffner, chairman of
the nominating committee, will
present the slate of new officers
for the coming year.
Refreshments will precede the
meeting, and hostesses for the day
are Mrs. Russel Winer, Mrs. Alfred
Rubinstein and Mrs. Fred Klein.
Gertman, Temple Israel; Phillip
Jacoby, North Shore; David Katz-
man, Temple Israel; Sol Koenigs-
berg, Israelite Center; Martin Loss,
Temple Zion; Jack Matza, Temple
Judea; Sam Miller, Zamora; I. Rib-
ner, Temple Emanu-El; Hannah
Rosenfeld, North Shore; Eugene
Seidler, Temple Zion; and Raphael
Yunes, Temple Emanu-El.
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March;
Chantilly Lace for Miss Grossman
Miss Naomi Ruth Grossman and Irving Abramo-
witz were married Sunday afternoon. Mar. 3. in the
home of the bridegroom's brother-in-law and Bister,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lagin, Long Island. N. Y. Rabbi
Benjamin Grossman, of Boston, uncle of the bride,
performed the ceremony assisted by Cantor V.ichae!
Alexander, the bride's cousin from Milburn, N '
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Grossman. 2952 SW loth st.. Miami She
gown of imported chantilly lace with lace mitts to
match. A crown of seed pearls held her finger-tip
veil. She carried a white Bible adorned with white
orchids and a shower of stephanotis.
She was attended by her sister, Rita GroSMMfc
Adrienne Lagin was junior bridesmaid.
The bridegroom is the son of Morris Abramowitz.
of Brooklyn, and the late Mrs. Abramowitz. Raphael
Pincus, of New York, was best man.
Mrs. Abramowitz is supervisor of court sen "i*"
for the Jewish Board of Guardians of New York. She
graduated magna cum laude from the University of
Miami and received her master's degree in Social
Work from Tulane University. New Orleans. La.
Her husband, an alumnus of the Jacob Joseph
Yeshiva in New York and the University of Massa-
chusetts, served with the 13th Air Force in New
Guinea. He formerly served as di-
rector of the Southeastern region
of the Zionist Organization of
America and was associated with
the Israel Bond Drive. He is now
engaged in his own business, the
Philip Philips Distributing Com-
pany of New York.
Upon ther return from a honey-
moon in New York State, the cou-
ple will live at 777 West End ave..
New York City.
Out-of-town guests included Mr
Jack Grossman, of Los Aneeles.
Calif.: Mrs. Abram Levitan. Miami,
Fla.: Mrs. Anna Greenberg. Phila-:
delphia. Pa.: Mr. and Mrs Eugene'
Grossman, Allentown. Pa.; Mr. and.
Mrs. Abraham Grossman. Eliza-
beth. N.J.; Chaplain and Mrs. Kal-
man Levitan. Browns Mills. N.J.;
Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Levy. Fair-
lawn. N.J.: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Levy. Teaneck. N.J.: Mr and Mrs.
1. L. Kenen. Washington. DC.
JiJil <^ci<*lik
Continued from Page 1 B
tane Apartments The two Carols are freemen. whiU
a sophomore, majoring in elementary education.
Two big dinners coming up on the social calendar Tfc.
for Brandeis University, slated for Mar. 24 at the Seviiu
pected to pull a large crowd ... If the size of the hatte*, *
tee is any indication, "great expectations" is vtmscnutim
mate Chairman Mrs. Jack Rabinovitch i- listed by thaa
dames Charlas Frochtman, Sam Blank, Ban Zion Ginsberi iS
Pick, Samuel Prosterman and David Pollack \i, ,| -*"
Lucille Toloff, Esther Wainkla, Bella Lehrman ;,n.l LilliJcS
m*n And that's just a partial list of the willing hands
The same night, B'nai B'rith social council will have ai
dance at the Sea Isle Besides honoring Saul Blake, the raS
first president, founder Rosamond Scheer and Harry SthwrhJ
event will install the new officers Byron Edelman andf
Robbins are president and executive vice president .
If there were a prize for the fastest-growing organization BBSf
would b a sure winner ... It was begun a year ago with eight ch
ter members ... A nose count now would reveal a roster of
MS. MING ABMAmOWIJI
MKS. IfSTEl BMK
Berks Reside in
Bay Harbor Home
Mrs. William Altshuler, of Pater-
son, N. J.. announced the marriage
of her daughter, Mrs. Florence
Rafey, to Dr. Lester Berk on Mar.
4.
The ceremony was performed in
the study of Dr. Joseph Narot with
Biblo, Cohen Say
Wedding Vows
Miss Ruth Cohen and Martin
Biblo exchanged wedding vows be-
fore Rabbi Irving Lehrman in the
Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel
Sunday. Mar 10.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Cohen. 301
Sarto ave.. Coral Gables. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Phillip Biblo. 1455 Jefferson ave.,
Miami Beach.
The bride was assisted by Mrs.
Roslyn Schaffer, her sister, as ma-
tron of honor, and bridesmaids Sal-
ly Biblo. the groom's sister. Mrs.
Romsa Cohen and Mrs. Myra Stein.
Best man was Seymour Sigler. and
ushers were George Cohen. Melvin
Schaffer and Edward Gale.
The bridal gown was fashioned
of French lace and tulle. The lace
bodice had long pointed sleeves
and illusion yoke rose lace man-
darin collar. The skirt was styled
with a lace peplum and ended in a
chapel train. The fingertip illusion
veil was held in place by a tiara.
The bride carried a Bible with
white orchids and stephanotis.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
Williams Commercial College. The
bridegroom graduated from Miami
Beach High and the University of
Miami He is employed bv the Post
Office.
After a reception and dinner in
the Ruby room, the couple left for
a honeymoon tour through Flor-
ida. They will make their home at
111 SW 330th ave.. Miami.

Wernvr-Kahn
s. mutim uuo
Dr. Frederick Stang and Mrs. New-
ell Nissenbaum in attendance.
Mrs. Rafey attended school at
the Women's College of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina, and Gri-
nell College, Grinr.ell. la.
Dr. Berk is a graduate of the
Gettysburg College, and the L'ni-
versity of Pittsburgh school of
medicine, and ha., been engaged in
the practice of general medicine in
Miami Beach for the past nine
years.
Dr. and Mrs. Berk are residing
at 1154 93rd st.. Bay Harbor Island.
Miami Beach.
'JlfFY-OUICK.JIBTOrai THE TW-
A royal treat when,
guests drop in I.
Fifth Grader Gets
Two Top Awards
Janice Feld. 10 year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Feld, 1655
SW 19th ter. has won the Herald
Spelling Contest at Coral Way Ele-
mentary School.
Two years eoo, Janice, a fifth-
grader studying piano, was the
youngest child to roceive a sw-
i perior rating in tha Junior Fes
tival of tha National Federation
of Music Clubs, Royal Poinciana
District.
Several weeks ago, she was again
judged superior by each of the
three judges when she played two
selections in the "very difficult"
clarification, thereby collecting
three superior ratings from judges
Joseph Tarpley, George Roth and
Maxwell Lepper. all of the Uni-
versity f Miami school of music.
Janice has been studying with
<>rus Lilian, of Ft, Lauderdale.
Their Betrothals
Revealed Here
Mr. and Mrs. E. Harlan Patiteaux,
1553 Stillwater dr., Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Adrienne Michele, to
Matthew D. Feldman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bamch A. Feldman,
Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Miss Patiteaux graduated from
Miami Beach High School, attend-
ed the University of Florida and is
now at Western Reserve University
in Cleveland.
Mr. Feldman graduated from
Adelbert College and the law
school of Western Reserve Uni-
versity. He is a member of Tau
Epsilon Rho legal fraternity.
A June wedding is planned.

Bock Wilshin
The engagement of Miss Barbara
Ann Beck and David Wilshin has
been announced.
Miss Beck* is the daughter of Mrs.
Diane Beck, and Louis Beck, both
of Miami Beach.
She attended the University of
Florida and graduated from the
University of Miami where she was
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Wilshin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Wilshin. New York
City. He also graduated from the
University of Miami.

Warsaski Silverstoin
The engagement of Miss Marti
Warsaski, daughter of Mrs. Dayid
Warsaski, 9950 East Bay Harbor
dr., Miami Beach and the late Mr.
Warsaski is announced.
Her fiance is Michael J. Silver-
stein, son of Mrs. Ella Silverstein.
7332 Byron ave., Miami Beach, and
Samuel P. Silverstein, Jersey City,
jN. J. m
Miss Warsaski attended the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma where she was
a member of Sigma Delta Tau, and
also attended the University of Mi-
ami.
Mr. Silverstein attended schools
in Miami Beach and graduated
from the University of Miami law
school. He is a member of
Epsilon Pi and Phi Alpha
legal fraternity.
The wedding will be Ma; I
the Algiers hotel.

Schwartz Heinemat
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schwara,|
Adventure ave.. Miami
nounce the engagement
daughter, Carol Ann, to
W. Heineman.
He is the son of the late L
Mrs. Harold Heineman, aai]
nephew w of Mr. and Mrs, L. |
S. Treasure dr., Miami
The bride-elect attends
Beach High School Mr. Ha _
graduated from Miami Senior!
School.
A June wedding is planoce. i

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ISAAC STIKH
icheon Funds
Philanthropy
pledge luncheons for the
1 Council of Jewish Women
J"held Friday. Mar. 29. at the
of Council members. Pro-
(rom the individual fund
fcc affairs will be used to help
,ort Councils philanthropic
in the community.
spcial book review lunch-
is being htld for non-erd
king members it the home of
I Joseph Duntow, 20OS Alton
[with co-hostess Mr*. Juliu*
itlr. Robtrt Strassberg, com-
ir al Ttmple Judaa, will ra-
f Ewan't "Journey into Great-
a study of Gaorga Gersre
, with musical intarpratation.
her individual hostesses are
[Adolph Brown. Mrs. Charles
tin, Mrs. M. Hoffmeyer, Mrs.
Green. Mrs. B. Schwartz,
i Kohlenberg, Mrs. J. Wat-
fairs. Benjamin Oren, Mrs.
\ August. Mrs. Louis Spector,
rin Rauzin. Mrs. Aaron
r. Mrs. Milton Friedman,
on Ackerman, Mrs. Harold
Mrs. William Brenner,
Nadler, Mrs. B. Weiss.
Nat Furman, Mrs. Murray
,Mrs. Robert Mann. Mrs. Ber-
l-ytssner, llrs. Ralph Novack.
Meyer Baskin. Mrs. Morton
era, Mrs. David Brezin, Mrs.
Spirer, Mrs. Louis Easton,
|J. Leavy. Mrs. D. Oppenheim.
[E. Merrick. Mrs. N. Kempner,
ISidLewi-. Mrs. Theodore Ber-
IMrs. S. Fuchs. Mrs. A. Werch,
jJ. Gottleib.
pirmen are Mrs. Herschel
1 and Mrs. Morris Blau.
Sunday and Monday evening with
the University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra under the .baton of John
Bitter.
Mr. Stem will play the Brahms
Violin Concerto in D maor. op. 77,
at concerts in Miami Beach and
Dade County auditoriums.
Othar works to ba performed
includa Night on Bald Mountain,
by Moussorgsy, and the Enigma
Variation, op. 36, by Sir Edward
Elgar.
Mr. Stern is justly famous for his,
rendition of the Brahms Concerto, I
which he has recorded with Wil-i
liam Steinberg and the Pittsburgh
Symphony Orchestra for Capitol.
For more than a dacada Starn
haa inhabited the sparsely-popu-
lated ranks of the world'* great
musical artists. With all the ma-
jor symphony orchestras, in cit-
ies acrosa the U.S. and Canada,
in Europe, Russia, Israel, India,
Japan, Australia and South Amer-
ica, his magnificent violinism has
won tha admiration and affection
of critics and audiences.
The only major violinist whose
training is exclusively American,
Stern received instruction in his
home town, San Francisco, from
Naoum Blinder. He began piano
lessons at six, turned to the violin
at eight, and made his debut at
fifteen. After his New York bow
in 1937, his steady upward climb
was accompanied by glowing no-
tices which burst into a blaze of
recognition after his Carnegie Hall
recital in 1943.
TV fo Tell About CJA
A special television program
Sunday will bring the Jewish com-
munity the story of this year's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Facilities of
TV station WCKT have been made
available to the Combined Jewish
Appeal at 6 p.m. Sam J. Heiman,
chairman of the Emergency Rescue
Fund, will bring an eye-witness ac-
count of his recent trip to Israel.
Temple Emanu-El Young Adult Group, club ond vice president; Josh Rephun, president;
for young people between ages of 18 and 35, Thelma Freed, recording secretary; Brandy
elect (left to right) Jerry Freed, treasurer; Abe Golin, corresponding secretary.
Smukler, vice president; Lila Eisenberg, sec-
B'nai B'rith Launches 90-Day Drive
To Swell Florida Membership Rolls
A 90-day statewide drive for
membership was launched this
week by the State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Lodges, George J. Tali-
anoff, president of the State Fed-
eration, announced Wednesday.
Plans for the mammoth drive
were formulated at a meeting of
State B'nai B'rith leadership, in-
cluding lodge and chapter presi-
(tents, at the Algiers hotel Monday
evening.
Following an address by Nata
Perlmutter, director of tha Florida
regional office of tha Anti-Defam-
ation League, in which ha descrifc
'Mad Hatter's' Fete For Flager Ladies
Women's Group of Flagler Gra-
nada Jewish Community Center
will hold a "Mad Hatter's" brunch-
eon at the Center auditorium Tues-
day, 11:30 a.m.
Co-chairman Mrs. Hy Covarman,
gon to Tench Your*
fences in Music
i county hiKh school students
ill be learning the difference
n techniques in playing
' music and marching or con-
I music, thanks to Ralph Flan-
l noted orchestra leader who
Uy came here to live.
a>n, who plays for dancing
^t the Miami Springs Villas,
"i nijs new program in the
and is beginning a dance
class now at Miami Edison
School.
Academy Workers
Observe Week Fete
In accordance with the proclama-
tion of Hebrew Academy Week by
the Mayors of Miami, Miami Beach
and Bal Harbor, more than 200
Academy workers, Hebrew Aca*1)
emy Women and Men, and PTA,
met at a kick-off breakfast Monday
to inaugurate the week's campaign
for subscriptions to the School's an-
nual year book.
Greetings war* extended by
Mrs. Benjamin Appal, president
f Hebrew Academy Woman,
Mrs. Isidore Spolter, chairman of
tha year book, and Mrs. Hyman
Sandier, PTA chairman.
Among distinguished visitors to
the Hebrew Academy this week
were Jacob M. Lowy, Canada; and
Rabbi M. Rosenblatt, son of world-
famous Cantor Yosele Rosenblatt;
and Rabbi Uri Miller, both of Balti-
more, Md.
Mrs. Sakrais Wi
Host CJA Meeting
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, 733 81st
st., has invited friends and neigh-
bors to a Combined Jewish Appeal
organization meeting at her home
Monday evening.
Mrs. Sakrais, long active in
Hadassah, tha CJA Woman's
Division, and othar local and na-
tional welfare causes, will act as
chairman of tha Biscayne Beach
area campaign. Her co-chairman
will ba Mrs. Morris Klein.
Biscayne Beach is bounded on
the east by Miami Beach, on the
north by Still water dr., and on the
west by Biscayne Point.
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Editor to Speak
Here on Monday
Casimir Lanowick, editor of
"Jews in America" and a Christian
interpreter of Israel, will speak on
"Israel As I Saw It," Tuesday eve-
ning at Beth El auditorium, when
the Pioneer Women Golda Myerson
Club will have their meeting with
Mrs. Vera Zaltzer presiding.
A frequent visitor to Israel,
Lanowick will supplement his talk
with kodachrome slides and films
taken on a recant tour of the Holy
Land. Ho has appeared before
many local Christian and Jewish
organizations.
The cultural portion of the eve-
ning will be in charge of Mrs.
Anna Seltzer.
Mrs. Morton Lebar and Mrs. Mi-
chael Shaw are arranging the un-
usual program that will include a
"Mad Hatter's Parade," with prizes
for the most original hat and for
the most amusing hat.
A baby sitting service is avail-
able for a minimum fee. Cards, mah
jong and scrabble games will be
played.
The group was to hold its second
annual "Mrs. Flagler Granada"
contest at the Center auditorium
Thursday evening. Mrs. Harry
Hirsh, chairman of the Women's
Group, was to preside over the
business meeting. The program for
the evening was arranged by Mrs.
Louis Bush.
ed the heightened racial tensions
and increased anti Somitism
throughout tha South, the officers
of the State Federation unanimous-
ly adopted a goal which calls for a
100 percent increase in member-
ship in B'nai B'rith to be attained
by Juno 15, 1957, just prior to tha
80th annual convention of the 5th
District, B'nai B'rith, which will
convene in Miami Beach June 22.
"The rise in anti-Semitic activi-
ties in the State of Florida point up
the need for strengthening the
family of B'nai B'rith throughout
our state," reported Talianoff to
the B'nai B'rith leaders attending
the Monday evening session.
Hospital Will Benefit
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital
at Hot Springs, Ark., will benefit
from funds raised at a card party
here Wednesday evening given by
Miami Beach chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, in Waldman's Crown ho-
tel. Ticket chairman is Mrs. Anne
Frank.
Home Auxiliary
In Two Events;
Mrs. Udell Feted
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary of the Jewish Home for the
Aged will meet jointly Tuesday
noon at the Algiers hotel with the
Hollywood Auxiliary.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, will present Mrs. Stanley
Beckerman, soloist, and Mrs. Olga
Bibor Stern, accompanist.
Also on the program is Elmer
Horosny, violinist. Mrs. Sol Silver-
man is Auxiliary president.
On Wednesday evening, tha
women's group will gather at Doug-
las Gardens, 151 NE 52nd St., for
a party given by the Udell family
for residents of the Home and in
honor of Mrs. Jack Udell.
According to Mrs. Makovsky, the
musical program will include Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Dellerson and Mrs.
Stern.
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Passes to Van Zamft, Thurman lit
Photographed as they were seated in a Mos- Photo was sent by Rabbi Schleiler to Rabbi
cow synagogue are Rabbis Sandier, Slyersky, David Hollander, president of Rabbinical
Chief Rabbi of Moscow Schleifer. Rabbis Katz Council of America,
and Yaakowitz. Last two are unidentifed.
Letter Tells Iron Curtain Story
Rabbi David Hollander, president
of the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica, will appear as guest speaker at
Miami Hetrrw School and Congre-
gation, 1101 S\V 12th ave. Tucs-'
day evening.
Rabbi Hollander will unfold the
veiled-in-secrecy-story of the fu-
ture of Sovi"t Jewry. He recently
returned from a tr!;> I i [ron Cur-'
tain countries, including Russia,
Poland. Roumania and Czech >slo-
vakia. Rabbi Hollander e
member of a five-man delegation
making the tour at tli" invitation
of the Soviet governn:'
Rabbi Hollander, who is soil
leader of Mt. Eden Jewish Center
in the Bronx. NY., and a leader
in the Mizrachi movement, i- ex-
pected to reveal intimate detaili "f
Iron Curtain Jewish life today.
Hit factual talk will be based
on aye-witness observations, as
well as on correspondence with
Chief Rabbi Schleifer of Moscow.
In a recent letter. Rabbi Schleif-
er reported that Yeshiva Kol
Yaakov in the Soviet Union is the
first organized Torah school
since the rise of Communism. It
was opened last Feb. 6. Accord-
ing to Rabbi Schleifer, "at the
Viceroy Gives You Smoking Pleasure
Through sheer habit of calling
for the same old branK bow many
smokers today are missing the won-
derful benefits and far superior
enjoyment to be derived from the
new modern filter-tip cigarettes?
They do taste better and feel bet-
ter, so say the millions of smokers
who have switched. And the finest
of these new filter-tip cigaret'< i-
undoubtedly the Viceroy brand.
It is seldom that in such a short
time a cigarette should skyrocket
so rapidly to the front ranks. And
v eeroj has done it on the basis
of taste and flavor. GonnoisMUn
will tell you that it can't be beat
on those two characteristics.
Needless to say. it is no accident
that taste and flavor are Viceroy's
distinctive characteristics. Viceroy
selects only the finest and smooth-
est tobaccos to begin with. Then it
cures each leaf golden-deep,
through and through for extra
smoothness. And that is not enough.
Vicero) put-, no le-s than "20,000
filters into every cigarette, filters
made of pure, snow-white cellulose
r # for extra, extra smooth
r ", I?' S,,0rie$ Thl* "'" "
Coral Way Jewish (enter Sister- idea of the care Vicerov takes to
hood will hold a "dance for put extra smoking pleasure into
squares Saturday evening at Won->euT> cigarette. \\ hv dont you trv
SW 67th a package of Viceroys today and
find out tor yourself? __s. T.
opening ceremonies, a large
crowd filled the Moscow syna-
gogue. The six rabbis pictured
in the photo represented the
various sections of Soviet Jewry
at this historic ceremony."
The letter letter further stated
that the Yeshiva started its first
class with ten adult students. "But."
cautioned Rabbi Schleifer, "I am
hopeful that this Yeshiva will
eventually serve our youth, those
that must acquire the vast heritage
and faith of our people."
According to Rabbi Hollander,
the Moscow school is appealing
to the Rabbinical Council of
America for Bibles, as well as
Hebrew-Yiddish, Russian-Yiddish
and Russian-Hebrew diction-
aries.
Rabbi Hollander, also scheduled
i to appear at Kneseth Israel Wed-
nesday evening, is visiting here
. under the sponsorship of the South-
eastern region of the Rabbinical
Council.
Controlling interest in the Bank
of Miami Beach has been acquired
by a group headed by Martin D.
Von Zamft and Harold Thurman,
chairman and president respective-
ly of the Miami National Bank, and
Lou Poller, of Washington, D.C.. it
was announced here by B. F. Dan-
baum. chairman of Miami Beach's
newest commercial bank.
Danbaum revealed ha has been
in ill health for several months,
in announcing his resignation as
chairman of the board and the
sale of the majority of his stock
in the bank.
One of the founders and organ-
j izers of Bank of Miami Beach, Dan-
i baum was first elected vice presl-
i dent and then its first chairman of
the board. He was Instrumental in
| guiding its growth in less than two
years from initial deposits of $1,-
900.000 to more than $12 millions
this month. A Miamian since 1944,
Danbaum gave up extensive busi-
ness interests to devote full time
to Bank of Miami Beach since be-
coming chairman in August, 1955.
Active in numerous civic and
charitable organizations, he is a
past president of the Better Busi-
ness Bureau of Miami Beach.
Von Zamft, a graduate of the
University of Miami law school
in 1944, has been active in sev-
eral Miami business enterprises,
and Thurman, Harvard graduate
and a Boston business executive
until he became a permanent Mi-
ami resident ten years ago, are
both founders and organisers of
the Miami National Bank.
Poller is a leader in the radio
and television business. He main-
| tains offices in Washington but has
| become increasingly active in Mi
| ami business circles.
Thurman and Von Zamft stated
oup
M
ave. Bill Vanderlike will be caller
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Kosher Square
Beef Sausage
Now Available
American Kosher Provisions In-
corporated of Brooklyn, NY, has
become the first Kosher meat pack-
er in America to offer the consum-
ing public a new Kosher Square
Beef Sausage. Square Beef Sausage
has been catching on all over the
country ever since President Eisen-
hower's heart attack last fall, the
apparent reason being low fat and
calorie values.
It consists of pure beef skinless
sausaRe links, molded into a new
square shape and automatically
packaged. Hyman Steinberg, presl
dent of American Kosher I'rovi-
has found that the popularity
of Square Beef Sausage is largely
due to their square shape wwhich
makes them "stay put" in the pan
or on the grille.
Because all four tides are flat,
they do not slide or roll in the skil-
let. The.r ,q.rt thao, r,duces
cooking time ., th.y $nrink ,
Hhwi"' no *> they're more
tender and palatable.
Beef Sausage in America is fast
becoming a phenomenal new trend
making serious uiroads into the
sausage industry as a result of hav-
, mg less fat and a much lower cal-
orie content "Meat packers in al-
most every state have seen how
consumer demand for Square Beef
Savage has risen sharply," Klein-
berg said.
! Because the ammm produced
by American Kosher Provisions are
than other more fatty meat saus-
ages Rabbi Reuben Levovib lead-
|" "f ^"Sregation Talmud Torah
of Kastern New York, sup*
the entire production of Ihe
Square Beef S to insu
that the product uj Ko,her.-S.T.
that no changes in per
Bank of Miami Beach
planned.
"We feel that Bank oil
Beach's extraordinary ..
tern, which resulted in an j,
in deposits of more thai]
cent in 1956, has estab
trend which can be contia
we feel that prospect*;
bank's growth and den
are unlimited," cmn
new majority stockholders.1
Paole lion Branch WI
Paole Zion Branch willi
its fourth anniver-.irv
evening at the Algiers hi
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg,|
ual leader of Beth David Co
tion. will be guest speaker.
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^Mitzvah
Page 9-B
ten
MAN and SONNY
Y
I
son of Mr. and Mrs.
(Copelan. 4720 Pinetree
I become Bar Mitzvah
, Mar. 23. at Beth Is-
bngregation. Rabbi H.
iRottman will officiate.
i an eighth grade stu-
Nautilus School.
*d
k son of Mr. and Mrs.
'Slackman, 8835 Emer-
"*. will become Bar
foh Saturday morning,
Jw. at North Shore Jew-
rwter. Rabbi Mayer
no*itz will officiate. Ed-
la a student at religious
U' Center, and attends
P^Junior High.
Hollywood Twins
Are Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Norman and
Sonny Levitt, twin sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Levitt, was marked at
Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood,
Saturday, Mar. 9. Rabbi Samuel
Lerer officiated.
This was the first Bar Mitzvah of
twins in Hollywood. Musical por-
tions of the liturgy were rendered
by the grandfather of the B'nai
Mitzvah, Fabcle Price, of Brook-
lyn, N.Y.
A dinner for some 125 guests was
hold at the Levitt home Saturday
evening.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Price and Mrs.
Joseph Price, New Britton, Conn.;
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Levitt, Ja-
maica Estates, Long Island, N.Y.;
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Price,
grandparents, formerly of New
York.
Miamians present were Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Yuram and Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Levine.
Social Council Fete
Site of Installation
B'nai B'rith Social Council retir-
ing president Saul Blake will be
honored at a dinner dance in the
Sea Isle hotel Sunday. Also to be
honored are founders Rosamond
Sclieer and Harry Schwartz.
Judge Milton Friedman and
Rabbi Morris Skop, president of
tho Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn., will bo part of installation
ceremonies for now officers.
They include Byron Edelman,
president; Betty Robbins, executive
vice president; Rosamond Scheer,
membership vice president; Ernest
Fuld, treasurer; George Weinstock,
financial secretary; Dorothy Mosk,
recording secretary; Dorothy Al-
pert and Jean Hayman, correspond-
ing secretaries.
Esther Jacobs, Faye Sonn, Irene
Tager and Jessie Witcoff, sentinels;
Leatrice Keller, historian; and Saul
Blake, trustee.
The Council was organized Over
a year ago with eight members Its
rolls total 108 members today. The
group is for unattached adults.
Arthur Aptakin
Is Bar Mitzvah
Arthur Aptakin will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services, Mar. 23, of the Israelite
Center. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate.
Arthur is the sen of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Aptakin, 2365 SW 25th
st., Miami.
He is an eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High and has
attended religious school for the
past three years.
An Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
and Kiddush Saturday morning will
be followed by a reception in his
honor Saturday night at Waldman's
Crown hotel.

Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Gross, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Mar.
23, at Temple Emanu-El.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. Richard is a seventh
grade student at Miami Beach
High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Ronald Morris Dranow will
become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Mar. 23. He is son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dranow,
1450 SW 17th st., and attends
Shenandoah Junior High. He
is a student at Zamora Jew-
ish Center. Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz will officiate. A re-
ception and dinner will be
held Sunday at Algiers hotel.
Dr. Tinner to Lecture
At International Confab
Dr. Doran D. Zinner, director of
dental research. National Child-
ren's Cardiac Hospital, will lecture
Friday to members of the Interna-
tional Assn. of Dental Research at
an international convention in At-
lantic City.
He will cover his research studies
in collaboration with Dr. Murray
M. Streitfeld, bacteriologist, on
"Bacteriologic Dangers of Local
Dental Anesthesia."
Dr. Zinner was recently awarded
a plaque by the American Insti-
tute of Ultrasonics in Medicine in
recognition of "outstanding work
and contributions to the study of
ultrasonic energy and its applica-
tions to medicine."
Sherry, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Rabinowitz, 8501
Collins ave., will become Bas
Mitzvah Friday evening, at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Sherry is a stu-
dent at religious school of
Center.
Mew TV Program
Warmly Received
"Let Thy People Know," the new
and original TV program presented
under the auspices of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, offered
the first in its regular weekly series
Sunday morning.
"Letters have been pouring in
daily commenting on and endorsing
this telecast which is the only one
of its kind in South Florida devoted
to a program of Jewish content
| and inspiration." Dr. David Andron,
coordinator of the series, said Wed-
nesday.
Tho series which is being pre-
sented over channel 7, WCKT,
has boon labeled tho "program of
the 'four i's'interest, inspira-
tion, interviews and informa-
tion," and is being produced on
behalf of tho Synagogue Council.
Second presentation Sunday at
11 a.m. will salute the youth of
i South Florida. Taking as a theme
j "What My Religion Means to Me. '
I from an art and essay contest just
! concluded by the Synagogue Coun-
i cil here, the program will trace in
music, song, drama and art, the
I graphic elements of religion.
Md Aims at $10,000 Fund
For Jewish Theological Seminary
P" of $10,000 to be estab-
P he Beth David Award,
L'tWeek by Beth David
' XhaU,S g0al in *"
SS Theo,0il Semin-
. *"*nca at the congrega-
'2ruai binary meet-
kj-APr- 7 at the F
E Scher,
n&tgati
Beth David will establish In per-
petuity an award which will pro-
vide a scholarship for a deserving
student In the rabbinical school of
tho Seminary," he added:
Donald, son of Mrs. Sarah
Berkowitz,, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services. Mar. 23, of
Temple Emanu-El. Donald is
in seventh grade at Miami
Beach Junior High and at-
tends Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious school Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate.
"ontaine*
President of
The appointment of Emanuel J.
Smith as chairman of the Beth
David Seminary committee was
also announced by Scher. Smith is
'r*ion, said Wednesday member of the board of directors
"avid will in (nis w of Beth David Congregation, on the
^Sations in lne Greater Miami Jewish Federation and on
the board of directors of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged.
irfa,,.L..... '" ,ne ureater
qi" f the Seminary.
Oade Cancer Society Will
launch Drive Mar. 26
Dade County Unit of the Amer-
ican Cancer Society will launch its
annual fund drive at a luncheon
Mar. 26 at the Columbus hotel, with
Dr. John F. W. King, one of the
nation's leading cancer authorities,
as guest speaker .
Dr. King, director of the service
section of the medical and scien-
tific department of the American
! Cancer Society, will report to some
1300 volunteers on the nationwide
efforts of the Society in cancer re-
search, public education and ser-
vices to cancer patients.
Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Aronson, 7780 Tatum
Waterway dr., will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing. Mar. 23, at North Shore
Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate.
Ronald is a student at relig-
ious school of Center, and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High.
Youth Wins Cup
In Photo Contest
Lynn Schillinger was this week
informed that she has won Hon-
orable Mention in the firs'! annual
"Keeping Posted"
Chanuka photo
graphy contest.
Lynn will re-
ceive an engrav-
ed Kiddush cup
as her Honorable
Mention prize.
Announcement
of the award
came from Rabbi
Maurice Eisen-
lYAW drath. president
of the Union of American Hebrew
Memorial Service
In Miami, Canada
Beth Emeth Congregation will be
the scene Sunday afternoon of a
memorial service for Rabbi Chaim
Zvi Herson, chief rabbi of Winni-
peg and auther of "Derech
Emunah."
Rabbi Herson died in Winnipeg
Feb. 23, where he had been a
spiritual leader for 27 years.
He was the father of Rabbis
Abraham Herson, Tifereth Israel
Northside Center, and David Her-
son, Beth Emeth.
Principal speaker at tho ser-
vice will bo Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, of Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi
Morris Skop, president of tho
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.,
will preside. .^.
Participating will be Rabbi David
Herson, Cantor BereJe'Kelemer, Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion, and Cantor Albert Glantz. As-
sisting will be Tifereth Israel pres-
ident Marshall Comis and Stanley
Clatter, president of Beth Emeth.
Simultaneously, memorial ser-
vices will be held in Montreal and
Winnipeg. Rabbi Abraham Her-
son left Miami Wednesday to of-
ficiate at the Winnipeg' service.
Congregations.
Lynn is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Schillinger, 5225 NE 2nd
ct., Miami.


Page 10-B
p-jmisUkd^an
Torah
Nazis
'Escaped' from
Now in Florida
TALLAHASSEE A Torah. or Hebrew Pentateuch, at least 250
years old and partially destroyed by the Nazis, has been presented to
Florida State University to became part of the rare books display in
the Library.
The 93-foot-long parchment scroll.
26 inches high, was presented to
the university in behalf of the
Southeastern Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods by Rabbi Louis A. Jos-
ephson of Tallahassee.
The Torah, its Hebrew letters
in large lamp black inks, was ob-
tained along with the story about
it through the offices of Rabbi
I. Prager of New York City and
was presented this week to FSU
president Doak S. Campbell and
Norman L. Kilpatrick, director of
libraries.
Saved from the Nazis, the last
part of the Torah had been so mu-
tilated another Torah was added to
the original to complete it. The
original script is from the begin-
ning of Genesis to Numbers, Chap-
ter 24, Verse 5.
The replacement, in somewhat
larger letters than the original,
begins with Balaam's poetic hymn
of praise: "How goodly are thy
tents, O Jacob, Thy dwellings,
O Israeli**
Senior High
Student Killed
Howard Stanley 1 .evinson. 16.
was killed in an auto accident near
Lake Okeechobee. Mar. 8. Ho is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Newton
Levinaon, of 2441 Tigertail ave.,
who survive him.
He was enroute to Gainesville
to attend a state basketball
tournament with two other stu-
dents of Miami Senior High
School, where he was a senior.
Frido
fh"W 34 asJS h
fcX*** Country
Florida s most
courses.
KucM-
the loca
as
In addition to his parents. Levin-,
son is survived by a sister, Vicki I
Jo: brother, Edward; maternal j
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mannie
Sheldon; and an aunt and uncle,
Mr and Mrs Irving Hirsch .
Services were from Temple Israel
under the direction of Gordon
Funeral Home.
250-year-old Torah, which survived Nazis period in Germany,
is presented to Florida State University. Left to right, are Rabbi
Louis A. Josephson, of Tallahassee; Dr. Doak S. Campbell, uni-
versity president and Norman L. Kilpatrick, director of univer-
sity libraries.
11 n don I 'ii-M'.-i.
N v.
wlih burial In S> r.i-
The Torah was brought to the
1'nited States by a refugee from
Frankl'urt-am-Main. Germany.
Rabbi Josephson said Genesis
covers 20 feet of the scroll, Exodui
18. Leviticus 12. Numbers 11 feet
jn the original and 9 in the replace-
ment, and Deuteronomy 23 feet.
Beth Sholom Ladies Meet
Regular monthly meeting of Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth Sholom
was held in the new Temple audi-
torium Wednesday noon. Mrs. Sol
S. Pine is president. Mrs. Leo Hu-
berman and Mrs. Norman Babel
served as chairmen of the day.
Nobody Beats
an UNGAR BUICK
Deal
See Your Ungar Buick
Miami Beach Salesman
GEORGE WOLF
Day FR 9^4561
Nite UN 6-8334
Teacher Dead
Here at 48
Mrs Ida Rauchbach Lieberman.
48. who taught school at the Miami
Jewish Community Center, died
Tuesday night.
Mrs. Lieberman, who came
here 11 years ago from Newark,
N.J., lived at 450 San Sovino ave..
Coral Gables. She was a mem-
ber of the women's auxiliary of
B'nai B'rith, and the Tamara
chapter of Mizrachi Women.
MRS CECELIA ROSE
i-.i ..' isi loth < died Mai u I
dent hers II yeaura. ahe la eurvl*ed
i.\ bei hoaband, Leo; son, Leo .'> .
:i daughter, Mrs Betty Leeeer; a bfo>
Ihei .'" i" In Rlveralde-Bearh Memorial Cna>
!.-i. Ith burial i" foUoM
MRS. ROSE WALLSTREICHER
70. "f 1521 Meridian ave died Ma i1
\ reafldenl here is yeara, aha leaves
her huaband i eon it Moaea;
and a datiKbi**r. Mrs Boat Zoker.
Rervlcea and burial were In New Tork,
with Rlveratde-Beach Memorial Cha-
pel in chart;* of local arranfementa.
Survivors include her husband,
Leon; a daughter. Adele Nancy,
and a brother, Mack Rauchbach,
all of Greater Miami, and a sister.
Services were to be at 2 pm..
SOL OPPENHEIM
To. of |M Ocean .ir died Mar II He
was .i retired dreaa manufacturer, Sur-
rivora Include bis wife, Barak: three
brothers and two alatera Services and
burial were in Chlcaao, with Kiver-
alde-Beach Memorial Chapel in charge
ol arranfoneanta locally.
MRS. RUTH WEINSTEIN
41. of 1& NK 1.1st si died Mar. II. A
resident here eight rear*, Hhe la sur-
vlveil by her husband, Robert: a aon.
Irry: a daughter, Sari: and a bro-
ther Dai rices were Mar. lj with burial
in Ml. Slnal Cemetery.
MRS. FANNIE R. PULVER
71. of ?04 Prairie ave.. died Mar 14
A winter visitor her for 27 years, ahe
leaves her husband. Benjamin U.J a
.aon, four d.iughtera, two brothera and
Ihursday, in Gordon I Miami Chap- nine grandchildren. Bervloea and bur-
ial were In Brooklyn, with liwal ar-
el, with burial in
tery.
Mt. Sinai Ceme-
HARRY COHEN
4I>. of 7440 S\V 3sth st died Mar. 10. A
proper!] Investor, he la survived bl
his wire. Martha, a daughter, Janet;
his mother. Mrs Bva Cohen: two sis-
ter*, Mrs Bather I'orter and Mm.
Betty Oreen and three brother! Ser-
vice* were Mar II iii Cordon's Miami
Chanel, with L.uiial iii Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery.
rangementa bv
lie .rial Chapel.
Riverside-ltea<-h Me-
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l'/i h.p.
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4 hose outlets
JACO Sprinkler
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Ph. PL 4-3925
MRS. ANNE VINIK
49. Of 64! resident here seven reara, she leave*
husband. Rii-bard l>.: two son*,
Melvin and Man.hi 1! ; and a daughter.
Mrs. Andrew Norman Bel Vice* were
Mar 12 in Riverside Memorial Chapel,
with burial in Mt .Who Cemetery.
SIDNEY FISK
0, of lit! West ave died \!ar 12. He
was a parl-mutuel operatoi for the
Weal Klagler Kennel Club. Survivor*
iti.-lude his wife. Beatrice; hi* neither
Mis Clara Flan; and two brothers
Oraveatd* aenrlces were Mar. 14 In Ml
Cemetery, under t.......
runeral Home.
Nell..
of tlordon's
JOSEPH J. MELTZER
73. of Ml Jeff.rs.m ave died M.r 12
A resblent here 14 years, he is ,,-
Me c- y. 3 V.i" A"na; "ufhter,
Mrs. Gertrude Cbavli,. two sons Alien
ana l-nrrv and three grand, hllrtren.
Service* were Mar. 13 in the N
vevvmali-
Hold Rummage Sale
North Dade chapter of Women's
American ORT held a rummage
sale at Stevens Market, 6209 NW
27th ave., Wednesday.
HVMAN JACOBY
71. of 122S Marseille dr.. died Mar. 15.
A retired manufacturer of women'*
blouses, he was a member of thi
tennlal Masonie la.dge In New York
City, and Temple Kmanu-KI. Miami
Bearh. Surviving ar,. his wife. Mar-
lon; a son. Irvine, and a daughter,
Miss Reati Ice Perlnrhh-r. Servi.es and
burial were In New York, with local
arrangements by Rlverslde-lieach Me-
morial Chapt i
MRS FANNIE JACOBSON
.7. of Ml dfith st.. died Mar. 16. A resi-
dent here lx years, she leaves two
daughters Mis Kather.n, RoaenbluN)
and Mrs. Kather Gilbert. Services were
M.r 1, In Klverslde-r.ea.h Memorial
' bapei, with burial In New Y..i k.
MAX H. LEVIN
M. of 1940 Park ave.. died Mar. A
retired |.luinbliig supply manufacture!
heJa survived l.v hi. wife. Pa,line, a
son. Woodrow: a daughter. Mrs lyn Oaaer; two brother., two sisters
M.l '","' ra^;,'"''^en. Services
Mar in Riverside-Beach
Chapel.
were
Memorial
,, ,.,s.A*f.VEL SOLOMON
A V^J". wNW S:',h '"'" Mar.
A resident here seven years he la
vived by a aon. Arthur s
burial were In New-
It.
sur-
iees and
with Hell-
*ral HoaTh7l5na^eni;
cal arrangements.
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SERVING MIAMI OVER 40 YbARs '
HERMAN WILTCHER
of 77.-, I>de hlvd.. died Mar 17
- here two |
Survivor*
He
came here two year, ago from Brook"
>n Survivors In. lude a alster. Mrs
ally.
arrangements kj.
MRS ROSE MOSS
of n o. ean dr died Mar. II. A
foi li reara, ahe
r husband. I
I an.l Bob-
Nettle Bchecter,
winter VlSltOT her
is survived by l,
three s,,ri^ \l.,v S
''' \i-
"ineral Chapels
by Hellman
JACOB KUSHNER
';' "' "" Baj id. died Mar
f..l
wa retired from the
IS. A wln-
sars.se
S. I VI, .
m ludi i,i
Hell
phnj |
1
.....i
in
N-EWMZN-
QOXDON
fUMIIAL MOMI
JIM,,,., I.HT1
Firm Will Open
In New Quarters
With the formal opening of John
S. Allen & Associates Friday, an-
other "first" will be chalked up for
the City of Miami, Dade county and
the state of Florida.
The firm will have under one
roof an advertising agency, TV-
radio consultants, sales. TV produc-
tion, modeling and talent agencies
Associated firms are a public re-
lations ageney and a complete
photographic studio and laboratory.
The building was designed by
Tony Sherman, with special em-
phasii in design and floor plan
for the firm of John S. Allen *
Associates, who occupy over
5,200 square feet, or approxi-
mately 50 percent of the build-
ing which is located at 1101 NE
79th st.
Although not yet formally open,
the firm is acting as TV-radio con-
sultants for WNEM-TV. Saginaw,
Mich., WPON radio. Pontiac. Mich.,
and WABJ radio. Adrian, Mich.
They are also advertising repre-
sentatives for the Canada Dry Bot-
ill
tnta
Cl,hj
0'stnfaJ
an acconoj^
I urchase of the
was announced by
Tisch, Americana
said that while the ii?!
hostelry was located wZ,
Btes drive of si, outs.S
the ever-growing populZIJ
among vacationers of.e" .
difficult for non.m,m,
access to the courses
PassoveTw,
Slated Thursc
held Thursday evenin; j
David Congregation (or
teachers of Greater Miur
sored by the Bureau ol Jew
cation.
Workshops included 11
arts and crafts for the i
involving the making
craft objects for Passover.
problem clinic. Instructor 1
Rosenkranz. of Beth Diriil
ious school. At 9:15 p.m,,|
shop on song and music I
classroom was to be dm
Mrs. Jack Donncrstag.
A special workshop for I
teacher* was scheduled all
when Harry Perech-Ki
structor at the Hebrew
was to analyze the Passover II
dah.
The workshops replaced I
ular sessions of the Colleges
ish Studies scheduled for!
tling Company of Miami. 1
pliances and several
nent firms in the Souls !
area.
John S. Allen, president I
firm, was formerly vie* ]
of WTV.I and has a busineal|
which includes advertisisti
paper, and TV-radio mis
and sales.

' j
> - """'*', ^
SSSnS.fla.anT* Int SBh rSssnis an
-Jgfj gnTAOB ^ jf^'
John S. Allen & Associates bldg. calls for firm to occupy
50 percent of floor space, with balance going to allie^r
izations. Building, which opens Friday, was
Tony Sherman.
ATTENTION!!
ii
LARGE OR SMALL
OFFICES and STORES in LIGHT MANUTACTURING
CENTER. MODERN BUILDING.
MONTH and Up j
BROKERS PROTECTED
1410 20th STREET MIAMI BEACH
ROOM 200 ------- Phone JE 1-5765
$40
insured Savings home loans
, niaraai"as;/lltrsst sS-i
\lations
OWpsI and iorges''
I5ade Federal
cJavings and Loan Association of Ai"5
I0SPH M UPTON ;''evdent
0 Resources exceed 100 million
DOLLAR


I March 22,19^
LEGAL NOTICK
LEGAL NOTICE
< ***U*rhrHi*>r
rTu7r7llT COURT OF THE
i-.u
KpAJl STERNE,
dlforrda, are
, dlvo
J m Barnea,
I Miami. I- '<".
I of April.
J rcuil Cpart,
this itth day ol
..:,. BA1 HERMAN, Clerk
I'- '' circuit Court.
h\N BNEEDEN, Deputy cb-ik.
NOTICE UNDEB
rririOUS N*E LAW
fcIKKEBY CMVBN that
L:ir,-.i '.....rs "1
l nml.T tin- fictitious MIIIM Of
i Biecayne
I Intends t i-prI-
V m- rlth the clerk of the
Ch ,,i I'd.- County, Florida.
, -. Knti rprlaea,
ol |h.ration)
U .11"
Lin R.I. Miami Beach, Ha.
NOTICE
tTlTIOUS
B 18 HEI
.-iKti.-t. tli
inder thf

V with Ihi
i
IV. i. .1.1'
Jh l:-l V
|< 5-1!
UNDER
NAME LAW
;i;I:V CIVEN that
.11 in-- to engage in
(lame >.f
. Blscayns Blvd.,
-. I i- to n
,-|. ik ,,f th. I'lr-
I'lorida.
, |ibii Enterprises,
tlonf)
,mt
. h. Ha.
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOUS NAME LAW
b: IS HEREBY UIVEN that
[ .'-- ii :n
I-WILSON S I'ECI A I. I T V
\ w UlYi Court, Ml-
I .-:.-,: MM id
the Circuit
iunt>. I- lot Ida
CANS PAPER CO., IN'"-
la l- .i corporation)
Mans, President
I retary
It -i.'
MTY JUDGES' COURT. DAOE
FLORIDA. No. 35790-B
TATK .'I
WKRoKE
.I
CE OF INTENTION TO
_KE APPLICATION FOR
[FINAL DISCHARGE
Kb hereb) given that I have
| lln.il reuoi i and petition for
Vharge a- Executor f the
I KV.x DSHKROKF, deceased;
Ion th.- ISih daj ,,t April, I947,
to th.. Honorable Prank B.
[painty judge "I Dade c,,un-
a. fta approyal of said final
Id for final \i in? Eat at. ol EVA OSHER-
ed.
day of March, l7.
A..KX \\i.i:i: < iSHEKOPP.
FRIEDMAN
rctitor
iWd nidK Miami, Fla.
Il.i-u
J CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
W3E COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
JE1V No. 199450.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
T" Marshall,
?tiff,
/ MOSS 1 \N |.; CROSS,
. If any, U l|.1.1 \\| s.'lllT-
lynd JAM: SCIH'TZER, hla
"ay. in-i nan JANE being
i unknown
and M \i: .1 SMITH
sV*Mn '' devlaeea, graft.
I i laiming
I hi Mi IR-
/ ind JANE URoH
1 WII.I.I \\| i; s.-IICT-
'ii TZER, his
smith.
y i OP THE STATE OF
! i i JANH
f WILLIAM
IE sciirT-
V
I FlalntUC;
mat-
I. claiming
I MOR-
\ i,':'*'
' ;.,!"."'' Interest in the
t*>,u mat-
*N In ?'"'. l""l-rty lying
* "b """">' Florida*
- rlbed aa
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 198934
NOTICE TO DEFEND
M ARC A KIT A CH A.MA I.IK
Plaintiff,
DMITRI .'M \.M.\I,IK.
I .efendant.
MiTItl CIIA.MAMK
Baal 7th Sir. t
N Yoik City, New York
TOO ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
I copy "1 row answer to I he
t'onipliilnt for Divorce in the above
cauae, on the llalntlff's attorneys, and
file i he original In the Office of the
Clerk <.f the Circuit Court, (,n or be-
fore the let day of April, 1957 othel
wise said Complaint fur Divorce will
be taken us confessed i.v you
Dated thia 27th day ,,< fVoruai
. ,v B B. LEATHERMAN,
(seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Ploi I
My WM W. STOCK I.-it!, Deputy Clerk
i:i.N *"<> 't-k-
Attorney for I'lnlntiff
tL'O Lincoln R.
-Miami Reach, Morldw
3/1-S-15-22.
LEGAL NOTICE
-..^NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT OUS NAMF l */
NOTICE IS rWRBBY OITON that
mHlnn""'"'!:.....' ,U-,""K '- naage In
Tni "?, ''",';' ,"'. "otlUoua name of
Tl\ i ,! '"' s WOMAN at ll_.fi
Uacoln Road. Miami Beach Plorldw
n..... with
Co'u^rlorlal.....""'.......M.....'
l ABI I...is DRESfl SHOP INC
3/I-8-,s!22H",!,:,:T,:"1-"1;N- ^"':
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PR08ATE. No. 39983-A
In Re: KSTATI-: OP
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN
CHANCERY No. 198910
ORDFR OF PUBLICATION
BAM RANKER,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
ROBB KANNBR,
I >efen,lnnt
TO: ROBE KANNBR
577 EwMt :: Stri-.-t
Mrooklyn 38, Now York
,Y.ou *If h'r'y notified that a Com-
plaint POT Divorce has been filed
nvalnat fou and you are hereliv re-
IIIU..I to aerve a copy of your Answer
to the Complaint f..r Divorce on Plain-
tlffa attorney and file the original
Anawer in the office of the Clark of
the circuit Curt on or before the
-Mli .lay of March. 1957: otherwise
the allegation! of .-.,1,1 Coreplalnl 1 m
1.n..ce will be taken aa confessed
against yon.
"pATED thla 26th day of l-'.-bruary,
(seal) B, B. UBATHERMAN,
, .. ('l'rk "f Circuit Court,
by R. II. RICE, IK, Deputy Clerk
TAI.IANl.l-K .V WAI.I.I.R y *
Attorneya for I'lalntlff
420 I.lnocln Read
Miami Reach, Horlda
3/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
...... NAME LAV/
tha ','i ,'S WB* GIVEN
that the underslgnedL deatrlna
aatte In buslneea under the flctltloua
name of AVON HOMES a 7415 N F
CwntyT'lrloHdi:^.....''"' ol "......
ARTHUAraiYDBVR'TCH' "* <.......''
Attorney f, Vpplleant
420 Mncoln It.-;
3/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalKii-d. deatrlna ... engage In
w rvrrV'"'1, r "" "''"'""a name of
HAND MATES OF MIAMI al 141 V |
intends tor. t.l name with the
:':;m,;'f,-!,,;i*""" ,""l", "r""
ARTfi^i.IBf?53? m% wner-
A,torney for Hand Mates of Miami
LEGAL NOTICE
Page JJ-B
=~^ a
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
ih,- unaemgned, dcalrinir to enu
business under the fictitious name .-f
SABDE FASHIONS al 8175 N.E. 2nd
-. Miami. Florida, intends to
reglater add name with the 1 l.-rk of
' 1 Ircull Court of Dade County,
Florida.
L.BW sai:i B, Sola 1.......
BERNARD III TM.K
x".....I for Applicant
10* 1 "lympla Bldg,
! '. I .-12
JACK CROWN
Dec.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors ami ah Persona Hav-
ing. <'Inline or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Von. and each of m are hereby
notified and required to present an.
claims and demands which v..i.....
etther of you. may have against the
estate of JACK CROWN deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dad* Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands In contain the legal address
of the' claimant ami to he sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.18 Of
the 1945 Probate Act.
Dated February 21, A.D. 1957.
ANITA CROWN
As Bxerutrtx of the Last Will and
Testament of Jack Crown, I >
KOVN'ER MANNIIKIMER
420 I.liiocln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorneya for Kyecutrly
3/l-8-15-:'2
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
EIJ.l \H 1'OoKER,
Plaintiff -"-WW
vs. r: iliac
BBRNICai MoOKER,
I lefendaal
Tl BERNICE BOOKER
Residence Unknown.
You HBRN1CE I'.' lOKER are hereby
notified thai a Rill of Complaint for
been filed nuainst \..u.
and rou are required
,.f your Anawei oi Pleading t.. the
Mill of Complalnl on the plaintiffs
attorney, BEN ESSEN, Eeq., Kill s.-v -
bold MidR.. Mlnmi. Florida and I
in Ihe
rk of I he el
on or before the lath day <>f April.
1857. If you fail to do s... JlHkfmenl
ojl v. ill be uki ii aga n-t % ou
f demanded la the BUI of
'ompla in
DONE AND ORDERED at Mi iml,
i"'Ida, this 12th daj .-t March, A.D.
1I..-.7.
c LEATHERMAN, Clerk
.ic i '..in t I i le i kittnt). Florida.
My Joan BNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk
(See I
1 I5-M.J4 4/3
East;
K| r lea.
&V.ni,,Evol.
, .in
i i.idc
"al th*,',"" ?f F0 are here-
LW L, 'V 7*' '"* "led
"h< X' ;" "alatifi ,n
;ld sul." '"' Your appear.
I,1** Ap'eJ, .,'' ""' '"-
JT"of",!;;' ""''-d Kalnst
a"''''-' '";''!;, \Ki>l*< he Court -
11 B. I l- ~.
''^'-'"KIIMAN. cierk
(:''i.iui-i.' i',"'"" '""'"
JN ,,. '' I'l puts Clerk
F ..mtlff'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No. 19gS57.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
STEPHEN .1. Mt'ltrilY,
I'lalntlff.
vs.
i i nisi-: Mciti'HY.
Defendant.
TO: 1.0C1SK MCRrilY
171 Marlon Street W.
llami'ton ^
Ontario, Canada ,
YOl" IRE HKRBBY NOTIFIED that
n Coirmbtlnl for Pivuni- lias been filed
asalnst you. and you are required t"
serve a copy of vour Answer on the
Plaintiffs attorneys, RAYMAN A DC-
KM Aineley lilda., Miami. Flor-
'.il file the nilalnal In th# office
of ths Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the llth day of April. 1957.
or the allegations of aid Co'npU'nt
for Olvorce will be taken a* COafeased
aaalnat you.
DATED at Miami. Dado County.
Fl.u 1,1a this 12th da\ of M I
K. II. I.EATMER.V .V, PI,
(seal) Circuit Court.
By: I,. A CI.EARE, Deputy lie. k
3/14-M-I9, 4/5.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under ihe fictitious name of
BUSINESS FIN I.Kits' at 127 N K. Is,
Av. nue, Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
MAURICE rYPTWAK, Bole owner.
WAI.T.MAN A- COHEN, Attys.
tot Applk-ant.
1101 Congress Mbig.
3/l-s-:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN thai
Igned, deidrlng t.- engagi In
law the fictitious nan-.- of
north miami beach service
STATION ai [629S Blacayni Blvd.,
North Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dud,- I'miinv,
Florida.
SIDNEY RUDNICK, .'."':
RAYMOND MINT/., :, .-:
ARTlirit 1. BNTDBR
Attorney for North Miami Beach
Benrla station.
J/22-29, 4/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MEDICAL ARTS CLINIC at 5*0 Weal
Flagler St.. Miami Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the ii-
cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
DR. M. S. FOX
3/15-22-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 1o engage in
business under the fictitious nan..- of
A.\A ECONOMY PAPER \- SUPPLY
CQMP \.\ v (No) la. i i, ii nT.B. *7tk
St., Miami Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the -
i "in t of I nil.- County, Hoi
HENRY CIHKON, Sole Owner.
I.l-.ON A EI'STBIN
Attorney for Applicant
120 I.lnooln Road.
3 1 ri-lt 4/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORTH MIAMI BEACH TOWING
SERVICE at 18291 B syn. Blvd ,
North Miami Beach, Florida, Inti n 1
to register said nami with the Cle k
Of the Circuit Com, of I lade County,
Florida.
KIDNEY RUDNICK,
-RAYMOND MINI'Z, 6
ARTHUR l SNYDBR
Attorney for North Miami Beach
TowiriK Service.
"., 4.5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY No. 198861
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CAROLE KRECG JURIST,
I'lalntlff.
DAVID JOSEPH JURIST.
Defendant.
TO: MR. DAVID JOSEPH JURIST,
I 'efendant,
258 Crand Avenue,
Preeport, I>.uk Is,and. New York.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Mill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you and you are
required to serve a qopy of your An-
SWW Or other pleading on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney, CARL EDWIN LIP-
TON, M1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original thereof
in the i ifti..- of the Clerk of ths cir-
cuit Court on or before the 89th day
of March, IM7, or l......- Pro Con-
feeao will be entered against you.
Dated.i, Miami Beach, Dade County,
Florida, tills 27th day of February,
A.D. IMT.
F,. B, LEATHERMAN,
ci.-rk of the Clrcull Court
B): w.\l. \v. .vp kim;.
11.1-11 tl
notice under
f;ctitious name law
notice is hereby oivi n
the un
I -i.astii.ini-: PIPE a TUBINQ CO.
ai 8941 N. M n Miami, I-la .
mi \s l,h the
, of Dade
County, Flo
INDUSTRIAL HOBE ,v RUBBER
CO., INC
It \ki:v li SMITH
i Applicant
I I,lncoui I:
- i .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BUNNY ISLE LAUNDROMAT at
851 Sunny Isle Boulevard, Sunny Isle.
i ..oi.- County. Fia Intend to >
said name with the Clet k of th.- Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM A ACRBB
DORIS L. ACREB
M. LEST Fit SA M.
Attorney for Applicant
.- Building. Miami 32
3/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
s under the fictitious name of
WIO-WARM SHOES at I88-50 N.B.
tlnd Court, North Miami Reach. Flor
tends to t.-glster said name with
th, Ch-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
CouEbther"f planzbaum
allng at 1515 N E ITtad Street
No Miami Beach, Florida
ALBERT I. It EN
Attorae] for Bather F. Fnankbaum
605 Lincoln Road.
Miami Reach, Ma.
3/1-8-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, d, siring to engage
In business under the fictitious
of MVDDS SUNDRIES at 600 c,,|l|.
Avenue. Miami Beach, Fhi., intends
to register ..i-l name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
THEODORE ni'DI), Sole Owner
M. LESTER BAAL
Attorney f,,r Applicant
412 Mlse.yne Building, Miami 32
3/i-s-:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI BEACH BOUND a TELEVIS-
ION co.MI'ANY at 1064 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to reg-
Isti i said n ime with the Clerk of ths
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
ELI M. I.tltli:. iPresI
A n man Antennae Compel
Florida, In.".
NORMAN F. SOLOMON
Attornej for Applicant
. Miami Beach, Pla.
I 82-29, I 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the underslcned, dealrjng t business under ths fictitious names of
COLTZMAN BROS., ALLSTATE VAN
LINES, AAA MOVING & STORAGE,
AA AI.I.STATES VAN LINI-: and
EAeTFKN VAN LINKS at HILJC.K.
7tlth street. Miami ln|.-n-ls to register
ahl names with th.- <"'. rk. of'ttwCir-
cult curt of Dade County, Florida.
EASTERN VAN LINES, INC.
KoVNElt (. MANNIIKIMER
Attorneys for Eastern Van Lines, Inc.
n-M 4/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
th,- undersigned, desiring to engagi In
indel ths fictitious name ol
HICH FIDELITY ELECTRONICS al
lost Alton Roe I, Miami Beach, f'-.-i-i..
Intends ,| name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County. Fl.u Ida.
ELI M. LURIB, (President)
American Antennae Company
of Florida, Inc.
NORMAN F. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicant
1205 Lincoln ltd., Miami M.aeh, Fla.
89, I 5-1-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THH
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 199300.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I.CCA SUKIAN,
Plaintiff,
VS.
MARIA SURIAN,
I -efendant.
To: MARIA SURIAN
N" 90 Mate Vldulir
Mall Losing, Yugoslavia
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Mill of Complalnl for Divorce has
been filed against you. and yon are
hereby required to serve a copy of your
Anawer to the Bill ..f Complain, upon
the PlalntlfCa attorneys, WEINKLE A
KESSLER, Ml Seybold Building, Ml.
a hi (S, f I, Ida, an i file the original
In th,- i Ifflce of the Clark .-f thi I III -
cull Court mi or before April 80th,
AD., 1957. If you fall to do so, the
allegations of the Complalnl iu be
. -I by vou.
DATED this Mh day of March. 1957,
at Minn:. Dade < ".nniy Fl..rida.
K l;. LEATHBRMAN, CTerk of
the Circuit Court.
By JOAN SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk.
I, 4/5.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 40203.
In RE: Estate of
PAULINE DeKOVBN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sal.l
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to in .sent any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of PAULINE DeKOVBN deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred. i
ALEXANDER KUKLBR, Executor
Bv Philip A Brooks
PHILIP A. MROOKS. Attorney
284 Lincoln R.I.. Miami Beach, Hi.
8/M-29. 4/5-12________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC.
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 199119.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
DOMINICK CONIX1NE,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
CORRINE KBLBMBER CONDONE,
I >efendant.
TO:
CORRINE KBLBMBER CONDONE
t;p; Mauer Court
Blmopt. Ejong Island
New Yoi k
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
n Mill of C for Dlvi OS lias
b,, ii rtii -i againsl you, ami you are
hei b) i squired to
your answer or otherwise plead'to the
Fill ..I Complalnl for Divorce on ths
attorney for the plaintiff, AARON m
KANNBR ". Shoreland Building, Mi-
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