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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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THl JEWISH WEEKLY
31 Number 17
Miami, Floricfa, Friday, April 26, 1957
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Price 20<
rantar Admits Bias Against Jews
lares Arab Bar Valid;
ply to Legal Brief Cites
[ear of U.S. Zionist Action
;\V YORK (JTA)The Arabian American Oil Company Wednes-
nicd any discrimination against Jews in employment practices,
|d it can not hire Jews to send to Saudi Arabia.
fe have to abide by the laws and practices of that country," an
~+Aramco spokesman said. "If we
were to hire a Jewish engineer or
technician, and apply for his visa
to Saudi Arabia, it would not be
W.
IIS
Collins
Conduct
Hearing
rge number of lettersmost
them in their favor and very
thorn in comparison written
wish residents of Florida
luo to pile up on the desk of
[Roy Collins at Tallahassee,
the Governor to act in favor
and Mrs. Melvin B. Ellis,
Beach couple who were for-
iflee their home in Massachu-
|MIowing the eruption of one
most famous adoption-'kid-
ra-.es in history.
. Collins will personally con-
fine extradition hearing at
will be decided the future of
>ul Hildy McCoy for whom a
|es> Jewish couple have sacri-
almost everything they own.
Ne Governor 'Mid he would
^ide at the May 23 hearing. In-
of naming the usual repre-
lative, because of tha "graat
?rest" in tha casa.
State of Florida has been
to return Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
Ellis to Massachusetts to face
|aree they kidnapped the six-
lolri girl in a case which has at
ed international attention.
Ildy has been the center of a
fear legal fight between the
and her natural mother,
Marjorie McCoy, a Catholic, to
Hildy was born out of wed-
Mrs. McCoy, who signed Hildy
o the HI Uses for adoption
he child was 10 days old, la-
changed her mind.
the does not inland to take
P<*V into her homo, insisting
P the child be placed in a
molic institution for adoption
I Catholic parent*. Mrs. McCoy
"tends she did not know tha
pses were Jewish.
f hen the Miami Beach residents
Continued on Page 6 A
See Detailed Brief Pg 12-A
granted." He emphasized that
"Aramco has no discrimination pol-
icies. In hiring personnel to work
anywhere except in Arabia, we
make no inquiry as to race or re-
ligion."
"Tha Arabs do not want Jews
in their country who might be
suspected of working as Zionists
in behalf of Israel with whom
they remain technically at war,"
tha Aramco official stated.
The Aramco statement was made
in connection with a complaint
filed against the company by the
American Jewish Congress with the
New York State Commission
Against Discrimination. The AJC
called upon the Commission to for-
bid the Arabian American Oil Com-
pany from discriminating against
Continued on Page 12A
ROLL OUT THE GREEN CARPET!
Blue and White Israel
Bonds
Isle s
Honor
Briscoe
Emerald
Sunday
LORD MAYOR BRISCOE
. wtdrlit' o' the
Greater Miaminoted for fabulous welcomes for famed visitors
prepared this week to give a gigantic salute to the Rt. Hon. Robert
Briscoe, first Jewish Lord Mayor of Dublin, on his arrival here Sunday.
Briscoe, considered one of the world's most successful politicians and
an outstanding fighter for Irish and Israeli freedom, will be guest of
honor and principal speaker at a dinner marking the ninth anniversary
of the State of Israel's Independence Sunday, 7 p.m., at the Fontaine-
Heau hotel.
When the Lord Mayor of the*-----------------------------
Irish capital steps off his Eastern
Air lines nlane. he will find a
IXPISTS KTVKN TO JfMSAlfM
Aid to Israel Resumes;
Dulles Meets With Brass
WASHINGTON (JTA)State Department sources said Monday that
U.S. economic and technical assistance, withheld from Israel for over
five months, is being resumed. Details of the resumption are in final
stages of discussion here and in Jerusalem.
A spokesman for the International Cooperation Administration said
that U.S. technical assistance per-
U.S. 'Hopes'
Continue to
Israel Will
Avoid Taking
Any Steps Against Jordan
JERUSALEM (JTA) United
States Ambassador Edward B.
l.awson has held an hour's con-
ference with Israel's Foreign Min-
ister, Mrs. Golda Mcir, express-
ing the Washington government's
hope that Israel will continue to
refrain from intervening in Jor-
dan's crisis.
Lawson initiated the meeting
after he had met earlier for a
private talk with Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion.
Diplomatic observers here felt
that America's repeated advice to
Israel against intervention in Jor-
dan was actually likely to em-
bolden some of the Arab states in
their plans to partition Jordan
among themselves. Such plans
would implement indirect Soviet
intervention through Egypt and
Continued on Page 2A
sonnel will now be authorized to
return to Israel. About $25,000,000
for Israel in the fiscal year ending
June 30 was earmarked, but only a
small fraction had been allocated.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles met with Israel diplomats
last weekend for almost two hours.
Theodore Kollek, director general
of Israel Prime Minister's office,
participated in the discussion.
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban
referred to the joint communi-
que issued after Israel Foreign
Minister Golda Meir's meeting
with Mr. Dulles last month, when
it was agreed for the two gov-
ernments to remain in touch. The
Continuad on Page 3 A
green carpet rolled out in his hon-
or. A host of civic officials and
leaders of the Greater Miami Com-
mittee for State of Israel Bonds will
welcome him to Florida.
Gov. LeRoy Collins issued a
proclamation establishing Israel
Independence Week, and Mayor
Randall Christmas, of Miami,
joined the honorary committee.
Tha city of Miami Beach was
mapping plans to repaint the
traffic dividing lines green in tha
vicinity of tha Fonfainebleau ho-
tel, and the Emerald Society of
Floride will present Briscoe with
a special plaque at tha dinner
in recognition of his achieve-
ments for Ireland.
Vice Mayor Marcie Liberman. of
Miami Beach, a 1957 Trustee of Is-
rael, is treasurer of the dinner. He
reported Wednesday that a limited
number of reservations are still
available, and may be obtained by
contacting the Israel Bond office at
1544 Washington ave., or by tele-
phoning JE 1-5314.
Working with chairman Jacob
Sher of the sponsoring chapter of
Trustees, Guardians and Sponsors
of Israel is a small but effective
dinner committee including Sidney
Ansin, Col. Jacob Arvey, William
Bornstein, Shepard Broad. Jack A.
Cantor, Jack Carner, Samuel Fried-
land. Dr. Morris Goodman, Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Dr. Julius A. Green-
Continued on Page 7A
"Friendly Slip' Changed to Warning
WASHINGTON (JTA)The Eisenhower Administration, responding with customary speed to Arab
complaints, sternly warned Israel this week against the use of force either to protect transit rights in the
Gulf of Aqaba or against Jordan.
The implication that Israel planned an attack on strife-wracked Jordan was raised by President Eisen-
p SAY IT'S UP TO CONGRESS
fe Nix Plea for Assist to Egypt's Jews
WASHINGTON (JTA>The Ad-
ministration has turned down a
roposal to offer Egyptian Jewish
ffiieees haven in this country
wer the emergency parole pro-
i of the immigration act, it
as learned here this week. In
ect, the Administration's posi-
is that the entire question of
ranting asylum in the U.S. to
iVPtian Jewish- refugees
matter for Congress to handle.
Tha Administration's views
ware expressed by Deputy Arty.
Gen. William P. Rogers in a let-
ter to Republican Senators Clif-
ford P. Casa of New Jersey, and
Irvine; M. Ives and Jacob K. Ja-
vits of New York. An exchange
of letters between the throe
Senators and the Justice De-
released this
Is a partment was
week by Senator Case.
The threeNSenators originally
asked the Justice Department to
"immediately" extend the parole
provision of the immigration act
to offer haven in the U.S. to Egyp-
tian Jewish refugees. They point-
ed out that the Egyptian Jewish
refugees "are no less deserving
of sympathetic assistance" than
the Hungarian refugees.
hower at his weekly press confer-
ence. He said the United States
would go to the aid of Jordan if
the Arab kingdom was attacked
either by the Soviet Union or by
Israel.
The President's statement that
the 1950 Tripartite Agreement
could be applied if Israel at-
tacked Jordan brought two re-
sponses. Israeli sources dismis-
sed the presidential warning as
mainly for Arab consumption.
Administration officials called
In newsmen the next day to em-
phasize that the United States
was under no commitment to
use force to help defend Jordan.
The effort to bail out President
Eisenhower took the form of cit-
ing Eisenhower Administration
assistance to Egypt during the
British-French-Israeli action as an
example of what the Administra-
tion would do in the wholly hy-
pothetical event of an Israeli In-
vasion of Jordan.
The Eisenhower Administration
stand on Israeli transit rights
through the Tiran Strait and the
Continuad on Page 2 A


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Page 2-A ^JCWISH rnrwamari _
/ifei /r/e/w/// 5//p' Changed to Israel Warning
Continued from Pag. 1A the American oil tanker, the Kern State Department lOurcil shipping from Saudia Arabian at
Continued from Pag* 1A
Gulf of Aqaba seemed to be weak
ening a little after Saudi Arabia.
Syria and Lebanon in quick MIC-
cession protested the passage of
the American oil tanker, the Kern
Mills, through the Mterwaj '>
weeks afo with the first load of
crude oil delivered to Israel ri
llath.
State Department
then let it be known that while
tha Eisenhower Administration
continues to support the prin-
ciple of innocent passage in tha
Gulf of Aqaba, Israel must not
use farce. Nothing was Mid
about the Saudi Arabian threat
to use force to bar Israeli ship-
ping through the waterway.
The warning apparently WUJ in
reference to > statement by Am-
,feas~.el Alba Khan at the United
Nations that Israel intended to use
Its transit riRhts rsfBTdleu ot
Aral) threats.
While bnml was thus forewarn-
i I of IS. opposition to any Is-
raeli efforts to protect its Ajjaba
Final Party of Season
Titeretli bruel Northside (enter
Sisterhood will hold the final lunch-
eon and games party of its season
Tuesday morning. 11:30 a.m.. at the
(enter Hostesses will be the Mes-
dames Phil Cohen. M. Feldman,
Hem/ llolsi/haucr. Maurice Lang,
Murray Marcuse and Ida Pike.
tacks. President Eisenhower said
what his Administration would do
if such an Arab attempt was made
to interfere with Israeli shipping.
He said the I'nited States would
look to the World Court.
The President's comments on
the negotiations with President
Nasser on some international rnn-
trol of the Suez Canal gave rise
to forebodings that the Admin
istratioa was prepared to quietI..
scuttle JaTael'* Sum transit rights
in the futile negotiations for the
major canal users.
The President said the United
States still had some hope of solv-
ing the Suez Canal issue withoul
taking it to the United Nations
STOP TERMITE
DAMAGE
CALL Ht 4-1776
Temple Emanu-El Young Adults core pleased with their annual
^CJA Auction Night" held last week with proceeds going to
Combined Jewish Appeal life saving campaign. President Josh
tephun (left) is shown with auction chairman Irwin Solomon,
vlrs. Fred Perlman and Jerry Freed at height of activities.
Sroup later presented a check for S350 to CJA officials.
U.S. 'Hopes' Israel Won't
Make Move Against Jordan
Continued from Page 1 A
Syria while the l S A. mi "hold-
nt! Israel back." observers be-
ieved
Official government sources
said Wednesday they have in-
formation that Syria has add-
ed a fourth battalion to the
three it already had on duty in
Jordan, while Iraq has moved
two battalions to the Jordanian
border.
The Pi n [gn Minister b under-
tood to have assured LawtOfl.
more that Israel will start no
aetion against Jordan, RR Iota] M
the crisis then- remains internal!
and as lorn* as the situation does'
not deteriorate further lira. Mcir
is understood, however, to have
stated that Israel must reaerva its
freedom to defend its own vital In-
terests if conditions alter.
During their mooting, Mr Law
son and Mrs. M,.lr dBSCUtsM iJSO
the views of their respective gov-
ernments regarding other impor-
tant issues, including the question
of freedom of innocent shipping
through the Suez (anal and the
Culf of Aqaba.
Annual Meeting
Lists Sinai Board
Members of the board of trustees
of Mount Sinai Hospital were to
hold their annual meeting Thurs-
day evening at the hospital.
Principal business was to include
a report to the board and election
for the coming year.
Named by a nominating com-
mittee for reelection are Leonard
Abess, Samuel Friedlend, How-
ard Kane, Joseph Lip ton. Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, Max Oroviti,
David Phillips, Joseph Rose, Ja-
cob Sher, Mitchell Wolfson, Isa-
dora Hecht, Sam Rost and Carl
Susskind.
Nominated as new members of
the board are Jack earner. A. J.
Harris. Lee Ratner and Jack A.
Cantor.
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Emanu-EI Service Slates Installation
personalities at forthcoming convention of National
l's Division of American Jewish Congress include (top
[t to right) France's Ambassador to U.S., Herve Alphand;
Ambassador Abba Eban; Sen. Jacob K. Javits; Mrs.
Meyer, author and educator. Bottom row (left to right)
ige lustine Wise Polier; Dr. Margaret Mead, anthropol-
Thelma Richman, Women's Division president; and Dr.
[Goldstein, AJCongress president. Convention sessions
i held May 5 to 8 at Hotel Shoreham, Washington, D.C.
liro to Chair ZOA Member Drive;
[Quota Set at 750 by Local Districts
thur Pckolner, chai-nv I
lorula Districts of th? ?
bnization of Arneri"". V '-
nnounce'l the anix)!*!!"-1"-*
L. Shapiro as me*nbr- '>
for the combined mem-
drive to be launched here
j-o, who is a native of Phila-
was one of the organizers
Vorth Dade Zionist District
i member of the South Flor-
Inist Council, the Greatest
[Youth Commission, and has
as the coordinator for the
Districts of South Flor-
trved in numerous organi-
in Philadelphia, whin ha
member of the ZOA, for-
rcsident of Parkiide Lodge
li B'rifh, former president
ird Avenue Business Men's
former president of the
idt ZOA District, and an
Ir of the B'nai Chain* So-
i brunch held Sunday morn-
" he Di Lido hotel, Shapiro
plans for a forthcoming
prship drive at which time a
750 new members will be
fset to be filled by May 1.
pting Shapiro will be Dr. Ar-
hapiro and Ben Appel, of the
Beach District; Sam Levine
mes David Liebman, of the
District; Morris Simon and
Fine, of Coral Gables Dis-
[Dr. Herman Auserbel and
ce Zaretsky. of the North
District; David Goodwin, of
lent Discussion Group; Sam
^gcr and Joseph Meyers, of
Beach Masada; Al Cawn, of
nrth Dade District; and Isa-
Cramer and Morris Kristal, of
fllywood District.

lOOTS SHAPIRO
Officers, members of the board
of directors and trustees of Temple
Emanu-EI will be installed Friday
evening at the regular late service
of the Temple at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Samuel Friedland will be in-
stallad for his ninth term as pres-
ident of the Temple, along with
the following officers who will
serve for the ensuing year of
1957-58:
Ben I. Binder, Charles Frucht-
man, Samuel J. Halperin, Joseph
M. Lipton, Leo Robinson, George
Talianoff. vice presidents; Max Bo-
dernian, treasurer; Sol Goldman,
financial secretary; Dr. Herman R
Mechlowitz, recording secretary.
To be installed as members of
the board of directors are Harry
Bodenstein. Joseph Cohen, Morris
Cohen, Ben F. Danbaum, Bernard
S. Feincr, Allen Goldberg, George
Goldberg, Joseph Hoffman, Leon
Jacobs. Benjamin G. Kline, Harry
Koretzky, Frank Lane, David Levin-
son. Samuel Lipton, Samuel Magid,
Oscar Mamber. Dr. Kurt Peiser. Ju-
lius J. Perlmutter, Julius Rosen-
stein, Raymond Rubin, Marcus 0.
Sarokin, Irving Schatzman, Jack
Silverman. Jacob Spund, Alfred
Stone and Charles Yavers.
Trustees are Benjamin Adler. Ar-
thur Applebaum, Hyman Berman,
Daniel Broad, Jack Burns. Jules P.
Channing, Leo Chaikin, James Co-
hen, M. M. Cohen, Max B. Cohen,
Jack Cooper, Henry Cove, Leo Eis-
enstein. Dr. Jack J. Falk, Raymond
Feiner. Dr. Stanley Frehling, Mau-
rice Furman, Sydney Gans. Saul
Genet, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Louis
Glasser, Alexander Gordon, Nat
Hankoff, Henry Hillman, Harold
Hirschfield, Samuel Kagan, Dr.
Sherman R. Kaplan, Irvin Katz.
Sam Katz, M. J. Kopelowitz, Sam
Lachman, Edward Lassman, Hank
Meyer, Dr. Donald Michnoff, Al
Osheroff.
David Phillips, Jack J. Popick,
David Rott, Simon Rubin, Murry
Schwartzman, Harry Seligman, Mil-
ton Sirkin, Max Sulken, William
Sussman, Michael Tose, Gus Trau,
Harold Turk, Sidney Walzer, Ira C. pie's executive committee appoint-
Walsey, Raphael K. Yunes. ed by Hriedlariti: Col. Jacob Arvey,
Rabbi Lehrman will also install Sam Blank, Jack Carrer a id Irving
the following members of the Tern- Cypen.
Ccwt*3 Vrnu*nimM(ll
US Aid to Israel Resumes;
Dulles Talks With Top Brass
Continued from Page 1 A
Israel diplomat later said the dis-
cussion covered virtually every-
thing that has happened in the
last several weeks. He stated
that he has not observed any
change in the United States pol-
icy toward maritime passage in
the Aqaba Gulf, and has the im-
pression that policies previously
enunciated by the United States
remain in force.
Israel's views on her Suez rights,
Aqaba Gulf, events in Jordan and
the Gaza Strip, and renewal of U.S.
economic aid, were discussed dur-
ing the meeting, he said. Mr. Kol-
lek had come to the United States
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Schwartz, Chairman, Ritual Committee Ph. FR 1-3117
NATHAN 0INSBUR6, PresMeaf
to deal with economic issues, the
Ambassador revealed, adding that
he saw no obstacles to early re-
sumption of U.S. aid.
Mr. Eban refused to comment on
reports of alleged State Depart-
ment displeasure over the visit of
the U.S. oil tanker Kern Hills to
Elath. He said there was no con-
flict in interpretations by Israel
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Friday. April 26. 1957
25 Nisan 5717
Secret World Diplomacy on Capitol Hill
Silence daily climbs upon earlier noun-
loins of silence concerning the deliberations b>
ween Washington and Cairo over the Sues
'anal.
As of some ten days aao. it was President
Eisenhower's decision to throw the Sues im-
basse back into the lap of the United Nations,
'hen, suddenly, the President announced his
ntention of keeping the Administration's talks
vith Nasser going. (Early this week, the Ad-
ninistration again reversed itself.)
AH the American people are given to un-
lerstand is that these talks are* not going well.
The President's most recent decision was re-
pealed, however, in soporific terms, which de-
clared that everything should not be consider-
ed lostthat some progress was being made.
But this is not enouah information. The
American Deople have the right to know what,
f any. deals the Administration is makina with
flictator Nasser to arrive at a "workable" solu-
ion to the Suez Canal problem. The "top se-
cret" excuse for Administration silence has long
mtlived its usefulness.
The "top secret" stamp in the name of na-
ional security has been employed so frequent-
Briscoe's Bond to Israel
Lord Mayor of Dublin Robert Briscoe will
be here Sunday to help Greater Miami cele-
brate Israel's ninth anniversary of Indepen-
dence,
The Lord Mayor will address an Israel
Bond function at the Fontainebleau hotel as
the highlight of a month lona inaugural
phase of Greater Miami's bond campaign
for the coming year.
Among other things, the RL Hon. Briscoe
will let the community know that $1,100,00
is the coal that the area has set for itself
during the coming drive. Tt is heartening
that some $275,000 in Israel Bonds will have
already been purchased toward this goal by
the time the Sunday function rolls around.
The past year has been one of the most
turbulent in the brief history of the State of
Israel. Forced to undertake military action
in order to overcome a serious threat to her
survival, Israel has nonetheless maintained
the pace of her agricultural and industrial
production, while at the same time rescuing
tens of thousands of Jewish immiarants from
Egypt, North Africa, Hungary and other East
European countries.
As Israel observes the ninth anniversary
of her independence, these accomplishments
are a tribute to the couraae of her citizens
and leaders. But events oi the past months
have dramatically illustrated th key impor-
tance of economic strenath. Without a firm
economic and industrial base, Israel would
have faced far areat leopardv than sh> did.
Resources provided through Stat of Israel
Bonds have proved to be a strong bulwark of
the country's development.
This will be the mtncioal mevtsarre to the
Deople of Greater Miami by Lord Mayor
Briscoe Sundav. An ardent Msh patriot,
among Ireland's foremost citizens. Mayor
Briscoe has an egually exalted record as a
Zionist and staunch supporter of IsraeL
From Dublin's first Jewish Lord Mayor
will come a plea to assist the State of Israel
on the occasion of her ninth anniverpTv of
indeoendenr-e through the nur<-hase of Jrael
Bondsa plea that has thusfar earned the
plaudits of hundreds of thousands Amer-
icans during his stav here and that will
surely earn Greater Miami's.
ty and irresponsibly, that it is by now a disguise
far the government's incompetence in foreign
policy matters.
In short the American people have the
right to know what is the nature of the progress
Mr. Eisenhower has annonced. And if progress
is. indeed, being made, it is the Administra-
tion's duty to apprise the people on the nature
of the impediments which the President informs
us we are beginning to overcome.
by If0 MINDUN
QNCE UPON i"time. there was a kingdom by the sea i
** kingdoms, where human beings principallycoW *S
ulation. this particular kingdom boasted buildings o|7 Si
its major living element. Another difference Walton's
came from the atmosphere in its pure formthe sun 7 w"slw*
rather than indirectly through the action of the J..J, ,**i
on green edibles. As a matter of fact, such indirect *H
advancing impossibility; for the buildings of stone ,n!rj^"1
subversive not only green edibles, but all green thine ^J
Green in this kingdom by the seagreen, it must .
that was not artificial or paper greenhad long before hH?*^
out as the most sound kind of security measure. Wherev v n*^
ches of green remained to mar the beauty of baked con*
ever green was left insidiously to impose itself upon the si
living stone and glass, there it was ploughed under to nukT i
the kingdom's expanding population.
One thing must be made clear. This kingdom by toe
many another kingdom in history, had its minority problemT'J
almost exclusive minority problem here was people. On occiT
presumptuously expressed their opposition to the war tuhJll
greenif only thst they felt some of the disappearing green /
made clear, tha
------- ,,-----. j .... ...... w.c An r\ sary to their survival. But the minority could be controlled 2
rT6SLIiTIDTU0LlS D6CISI0I1 ,he major enemy w" rea>~**"> u st be made clear thu
v^MiiiariMvw^ rvv>nvn not artificial or paper green.
Any other course of action by the Admin-
istration must be regarded as presumptuous.
When Mr. Eisenhower asked the American
people for their votes back in November, he
denied all o posit ion charges of spoon-feeding,
sanctimoniously declaring the obviousit was
upon the mandate of this nation that he would
continue in office or step down.
The American people gave him tho man-
date. He is now spoon-feeding the source of
that precious mandate, for which he so vigor-
ously campaigned.
Even more important than these consider-
ations is the role the Administration has uni-
laterally assumed as spokesman with dictator
Nasser in an issue that virtually concerns the
entire world. Such a role displaces the mean-
ing of the United Nations and abjures the in-
tent of President Eisenhower.
The President has time and again declared
that America's most exalted purpose in the
present Near East crisis must be to support the
decisions and actions of the UN. But while he
has declared himself thus, the President pre-
sumes to take upon himself and his Administra-
tion almost sole responsibility for solution of the
crisis.
Insuring of Restlessness
This responsibility operates in such a man-
ner as to remain consistently disadvantageous
to Israel. Mr. Eisenhower single-handedly
pressed for and obtained Israeli withdrawal
from Gaza and Sharm el Sheikh. Almost im-
mediately. Secretary of State Dulles denied this
nation's duty to fulfill the security guarantees
accorded Israel in exchange for withdrawal.
The Administration's one remaining guar-
antee, support of the Gulf of Agaba as an in-
ternational waterway, is now being rapidly un-
dermined. The State Department some ten days
ago denied knowing before the fact, or indeed
sanctioning, the sailing of a U.S. oil tanker, the
Kern Hills, through the Gulf of Elath in support
of Agaba's international status.
The latest Administration position is that
the World Court will be the organization of de-
cision on this issue. But the Administration
does not take a similar position on Suez; the
Administration here presumes to be a world
court all of its own.
This means that neither the President nor"
his government is prepared to affirm Israel's
naht of passage through the Suez Canal. While
U.S. talks with Nasser on the canal are secret,
of on* thing the American people can be sure-
Mr. Eisenhower's emissaries are instructed to
surrender, or have already surrendered, to
Egypt s strong man on this matter.
What we have been saying in these col-
umns for years, must be said again: that so long
as the West submits to dictatorial blackmail in
the N*ar East, there can be no peace in the
Near East. The eruption of the Sinai-Suez cam-
paign Oct. 29 last was the direct result of U.S.
inspired appeasement policy in the area The
return to that policy, which today is an accom-
plished fact, can do no less than insure further
restlessness.
not artificial or paper green.
e e ,
PKINCt MACHIAVtlil TO TNI KSCUC
eUCH A deploying of forces would have been a simple matts,:
* most military campaigns. The many buildings of which.
kingdom boasted could have elected a representative to sacrifw,
selfto collapse upon the minority and crush it. a more sow I
campaign might have permitted the minority its harmless rifkt1
babbleas in any democracy. By their relentless war against
green, however, the stone population could starve the humans a)
emerge victor.
For all the buildings needed were the sun and the waten-alj
Lebensraum. This was a principal argument the stone and rjaj
edifices employed as rationale for their expanding natures "aagj
a year go by without visible increase in our population.'' the btultaj
cried, "we will have begun the long descent to oblivion. We mastil]
to ourselves, and the green must go"green, let it be clear, i&ii
neither artificial nor paper green.
But the campaign took none of these directions. Several of tj
buildings had heard of Prince Machiavelli. a person in once i
but now vestigial human history. Tearing a page from his wnu
they departed on a course of diplomacy foreign to them; appnucyl
some of the people who constituted the minority among them; eletai}
them to positions of honor and power in the kingdom by the sea;at]
elected these people to their political council
Nothing more odious in building history, nothing more dap* I
ablemore unbuildingcould be conceived in the minds of modal
civilized stone and glass edifices than was conceived by these it
eral buildings. Nothing, that is, except what followed from At
people, themselves, whose thinking and behavior patterns the seisal
buildings had successfully aped and harnessed for the kingdom's hot j
interests.
e e e e e
BUILDING FOff BIGGt* AND BUT IK BUILDINGS
IT WAS ALL a masterstroke of diplomacy such as poor kudus* j
himself, would have applauded. The buildings need no leaf!
appear unbuilding in their campaign against the humans bow* >
wretched were their actions in the war against the green. If theasj
green, let it be clear, that was not artificial or paper green-ima |
be ploughed under, the destruction of the human minority need at
be attributed to this. Now, on the political council of the kinSMl
by the sea. sat people who spoke in defense of the very actions*!
signed to destroy their kinsmen.
The years went by. with the arrangement working *""*
The deluded minorityas in any democracy -felt itself proper?
resented on the political council. The campaien against the gr-
except artificial or paper greenproceeded handily. Buildings
stone and glass, the atmosphere in its pure form of sun and waters j
united to make a happy kingdom. And happy with them
selected people, each day doing their unbuilding but very human
to destroy every patch of green upon which their eyes might fall""
kingdom by the sea. .w
Finally, there was stone and glass everywhere-^veo-'*jT
is. but at a small strip of green by the sea. nourishing itself aam
through the action of sun and water upon itself "This mut g the elders of the council, urging the human minority to tf
character and agree. y.
"This must go." aped the human minority, showing little<* fc
once great people spirit. And. before the elders could spe
humans snapped to explain their point of view in an effort to in. ^
themselves: "Should a year go by without visible incrrt*j2ja,
building population, we will have begun the long descent too**
e e e
THl SANCTIMONIOUS Atf Tftf IfTMrfff$
THE PEOPLI-elevated by the buildings even to *em*2*
their council and chosen from among the humans "*^h
because of readiness to suggestionacted in a manner mo ^ ^
than ever the buildings, themselves, would muster courage ^0
entered into the war against the green by the sea witn
matched in the annals of all history no matter what species. ^
When their fellow-humans secretly implored them to ^
ous in the name of people survival, they laughed the ^
spirit sated by artificial or paper green. When the ^'J"^*
their devotion to the cause, they responded with ever grea ^
showing thus their humanitarianism in rejuvenated m ^^
As all tales must come to an end. so too must this- ^^
trembling people, representing the besieged green b>'tne^ ggM
at the building council to seek terms of armistice for w~j ^^
parties. Several building members, observing the tat f""^ the
fore them, relentedquestioned in whispers among.; d t0 ret"*
propriety of destroying s living species. One even otien
Continued on Pass *A


Iday. April 26, 1957
Jp*/ nnrirti/tn
Paqm 5-
<$
STANLEY C. MWS
lyers Scheduled
it Hebrew U. Meet
iNotcd community leader Stanley
Myers was to be guest speaker
a meeting of the Greater Miami
|apter. American Friends of the
pbrew I'niversity, in the home of
and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro,
29 Brickell ave., Thursday eve-
ig.
Myers is a member of the Na-
tional Council of th* organization
In behalf of Hebrew University
}t Jerusalem. Subject of his talk
as scheduled as "Israel and the
^aw."
[rre-iding was Mrs. Oida Rubin,
nong guests was to be Dr. Moses
kuNon, of Johns Hopkins Univer-
ly. who recently returned from
world-girdling tour, including Is-
fa.
'ollins Launches
lental Health Push
'Urging the citizens of Florida to
kooperate with the Florida Assn.
br Mental Health in the fight for
fe prevention, treatment and cure
mental illness," Gov. LeRoy Col-
as has signed a proclamation de-
aring Apr. 28 to May 4 as Mental
|ealth Week.
These dates correspond with a
pnilar resolution from the Con-
ess of the United States, intro-
|uced by Florida's George Smath-
B, calling for the observance of
rational Mental Health Week be-
feen the same dates. Smathers,
Wio has accepted the honorary
pairmanship of the 1957 Florida
lental Health Week Campaign, in-
duced a similar resolution in the
pt session of Congress.
, Mental Health Week will sig-
Inal the beginning of the 1957
Florida mental health campaign
[throughout the state.
Funds received during this per-
Pd will be used locally in the pro-
Mum of more mental health
porkers in the county health de-
triments, more community ser-
fJces and better treatment of the
nentally and emotionally ill in ouj
(ate hospitals and clinics.
Women Will Assist
At Briscoe Dinner
An outstanding list of hostesses
for the Israel Independence dinner
honoring Lord Mayor Robert Bris-
coe of Dublin Sunday night was an-
nounced Wednesday by Mrs. Jacob
Sher, chairman of hostesses, of the
Greater Miami Committee for State
of Israel Bonds.
Invited to serve on the committee
for the reception and the dinner,
scheduled Sunday night at th^ Fon-
tainebleau hotel, are the Mesdames
Jack Ablin, Sidney Ansin, Jacob
Arvey, Elizabeth Goodman, Shep-
ard Broad, William Bornstein, Jack
A. Cantor, Jack Carner, Esther Co-
hen, Sarah Czech, Meyer Baskin,
Sam Brody, Sam Blank, Nathan
Bookspan, Benjamin Danbaum,
Leon Ell, Charles Fruchtman.
The Mesdames Samuel Friedland,
Moe Feingold, Harry Gersten, Mor-
ris Goodman, Louis Glasser, Louis
Goldman, Emil Gould, Jennie Gros-
singer, Isadore Hecht, Abraham
Kasow, Louis Makovsy, Jacob Mint-
zes, Samuel Oritt, Joseph Lipton,
David Phillips, Harry Platoff, Da-
vid Ponve, Miriam Press, Oida
Rubin, Frances Rubin, Sam Rost.
The Mesdames Harold Shapiro,
Social Workers
Hear Director
Social workers of the Florida
Federation of Social Work heard
Miss Hazel E. Randolph, medical
social service director of the Na-
tional children's Cardiac Hospital,
speak on "Social Services for the
Cardiac Child" at a meeting of the
Federation Tuesday noon at the Sal-
vation Army Men's Red Shield
Lodge, 250 NW South River dr.
Miss Randolph, who received
her MA degree in Social Work
from Indiana University, has had
wide experience in the field, in-
cluding work with the Veterans'
Administation, Child Welfare and
in various medical settings. She
has been medical social service
director at the National Child-
ren's Cardiac Hospital since Sep-
tember, 1953.
The hospital was first organized
on a voluntary basis in. 1937 for
children suffering from rheumatic
heart disease. It is the only child-
ren's heart center in the state of
Florida, but also serves out-of-state
patients and is located in Miami
because the founders felt the sub-
tropical climate of Miami would be
beneficial to children suffering
from heart disease.
In 1948, services were expanded
to include an out-patient clinic,
serving children from all over the
state afflicted with various types
of heart disease.
Bernard Stevens, Samuel Z. Sa-
[krais, Harold Spaet, Carl Weinkle,
Max Weitz, Eva Schacht, Anna
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Beach Lodge Will Install Officers
At the installation banquet of I the principal address, and Michael
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on So-in, a past president of the
Sunday evenine at the Seville hi>-! lodge, will act ;i~ tORBtmiSteT
tel. Paul Seiderman will deliver Jack M Fink. incoming presi-
Honorary ZOA Chairmen Named
Burtett Roth, president of the Appointed Wednesday were I>r
Miami Beach Zionist District, and Morris (ioorlman. Judse Harold
(l Glasser, chairman 61 the Spaet, Joseph Ross, Qui Trau. Ray
District*! Ale.\ Van Straiten dinner niond Ruhm anil Oscar I-clchuk.
I I held at the WaJdmaq Crown Glaner said that the dinner com-|
May 5, have announced the mittee hi. reported a "successful
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life president Siegfried Gei.smer, as |
well as all other officers, as fol-j
lows:
Edwin Merger, president
elect; Daniel M. Breed, Irving
Schatiman, and Sidney A. Levy,
vice presidents; Edward H. Le-
vin, recording secretary; Harry
B. Rogers, treasorer; Harry Mil-
ton Laiar, financial fecretary;
Goro Kronengold, monitor;
Abraham Swartt, assistant moni-
tor; Burnett Roth, warden; Sol S.
Goldstrom, guardian.
Trustees are Josph A. Kngos,
Harold Shaniro. Michael SoasJa,
Harold B. Spaet. Barnett Beeksev
man. Allen Goldberg. Ger-hon S.
Miller. Jack August and Paul Sei-
derman.
The committee o.i arrangements
are Irving Schatzman. chairman.
Jack August. Jack M. Fink, Sol
Goldstrom. Harry Milton Lazar,
Kdward H. Levin. Joseph A. Kogos,
George Kronengold. Sidney A.
Levy. Kdwin Marger. Gershon S.
Miller. Harry B Ropers. Michael
Sossln, Abraham Swartz and
George J Talianoff.
N'inth ik.
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humorist, will entertain Tem-
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day night at First Federal
Bank's meeting room on 125th
st. and NE 9th ave. Dr. Alvin
Krasne is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Local Rebekahs Attend Ft. Meyers Convention
Members of Sunshine Rebekat
Iy>dge 9 of Miami Beach acted a>
delegates to a Rebekah Assembly of
Florida convention at Ft. Myers
la-t week. .
Attending from the local lodge
were the Mesdames Irene Biblo.
noble grand; Evelyn Decky. vies
grand; Rose Kreitzman, Marjorie
Roth and Sylvia Kmgman.
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1957
J**l**nnr*ianr
from the rdctbbi s f^ulpU
Page 9-A
u another ir. a terlei of articles prepared by spiritual
[The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Comer" in cooper-
, Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Abraham
kreth Israel Korthside Center, is coordinator of this
[i Goal is Clear:
is hah r~ Holiness
<
ROSENBERG
Congregation
[choose the one
Torah that best
most concisely
tie raison d'etre
way of life, it
it 19 of Leviti-
k of the Torah.
|rd spoke unto
eak unto all the
Israel and say
ball be holy; for
[God am holy."
kjestic proclama-l
|ter regarded by
'Kernel of the
I that it contain
UNG TIME
6:32 p.m.
"Rove goofay Torah"most of
the essentials of the Torah.
I! one would then want to
summarize this whole chapter
into one word, it would be "Ke-
dushah"holiness.
By and large this is a word
from which the average individ-
ual shies away completely. Not
only do most of us deny that we
are holy (which may be quite
true) but, what is worse, we comr
pletely deny the potentiality of
each of us to become holy.
From the opening verse of
Chapter 19 to the very last one,
the Torah strives to present spe-
cific basic precepts of Judaism.
"Speak to all the congregation
of the Children of Israel." "Ke-
dushah" holiness is not limit-
ed to the few, the rare, the
gifted. The whole congregation,
all the people are potentially
"Kedoshim" holy people. To
prove, as it were, that this ideal
is intended"davkah" speci-
fically for the masses and not
for the select few, the laws quot-
ed in this chapter run the gamut
of all normal, day-to-day human
RAM! YAAKOV ROSENBERG
. holiness and you
living. As summarized by Dr.
Hertz, "Reverence for parents,
consideration for the needy,
prompt wages for reasonable
hours, honorable dealing, no
tale-bearing or malice, love of
one's neighbor and cordiality to
the alien, equal justice to rich
and poor, just measures and bal-
ances together with abhorence
of everything unclean, irrational
or heathen."
Even as you quickly glance!
through this brief summary of
the chapter, it becomes self-evi-
dent, that the Torah does not
deal here with profound, compli-
cated theological concepts or
doctrinesnot with scholarly, \
"ivory tower" theories. You and
Inormal, average human be-
ingsare the ones to whom the
Torah speaks.
Holiness "Kedushah" in
Judaism does not depend upon
the individual's isolation from
society. It's no "koontz" to be
honest and decent, moral and
ethical, when you are all alone
on an island or in a cave, or en-
closed in a room. When you are
part of society, facing the trials
and the tribulations, the tempta-
tions and the pitfalls of the bus-
iness world and human relations
then it is a "koontz" to achieve
"Kedushah" Holiness as der
scribed in this inspiring chap-
ter of Leviticus.
It is not enough to know, how-
ever, what constitutes "Kedu-
shah;," how one may achieve
holiness, but also why should
one achieve it.
"Ye shall be holy for I the
Lord your God am Holy." This
is the constant refrain through-
out the chapter. Man should ob-
serve all these laws and practice
them in his daily living, because
through such observance he
"imitates" God. "Imitation of
God," emulating the ways of
God, as it wre. Hh Conduct
is how man gives testimony to
the spark of the Divine which is
in him as it is in all human be-
ings. In Judaism this is the high-
est human ideal. "Be like God
as He is merciful and gracious,
so be thou merciful and gra-
cious."
This is the ennobling, enrich-
ing and uplifting message of the
Sedrah of "Kedoshim" the
knowledge that as one lives a
more Godly life, he draws clos-
er to God and increases the Di-
vine within himself and thus
helps to draw Heaven closer to
Earth.
Many may say that it is im-
possible for us to achieve this
goal of "Kedushah" Holiness is
not within the reach of most of
us.
Let us not concern ourselves,
however, at the moment whether
or not we shall achieve it. What
is, perhaps equally important to
the Almighty, is that we con-
stantly strive to achieve "Kedu-
shah."
Remember, Holiness depends
Wholly on you.
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I' ot Mr. and
12250 N.W. 2nd
Rabbi David W.
4000 Prairia ava.
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labbi Aria Becktr.

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TER. 18160 NW 196th st. Con-
servative.

FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi Lao
Heim.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL.
1801 S. Andraws ava.. Ft. Laudar-
Jala. Reform. Rabbi Marios Ran-
aon.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
t. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
5 rots.
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HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Consarvative.
i rite] I:1S p.m. Onei Bhabbal boata:
Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Browor. Baturdaj
a.m.

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
8th at., Homcstaad. Conservative.
Morris Gartz officiates.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk at., Hollywood. Re
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe at., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk at., Hollywood. Consarv-
ativa. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
Friday 8:30 p.m. service dedicated to
Broward Uonurt District Ouaat apeak-
er: Dr. Morion ItohbtiiM. vice president
of the ZOA. Topic: "The Role of the
Zinnia! Organisation. Kabul Shapiro
to offii rate OnwR Bhabbal host* are
Mr. and Mr*. Moses Wlntrob.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tar. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samual
Salkow.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 6::tD p.m. Kah.tlath Shabbo.s:
Cantor Self to officiate. Saturday
8.-S0 a.m. Harmon: "Weakly Portion.'
Children assisting In services: c
Koch, Charles Nusaman, Phyllis BI-
deraky, Barry Rttterman, Michael
Klein.
as
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Barala Kalamer.
Pritey pro. Baturdaj 8:30 a.m. Bar
Mitavah: Lewla, eon of Mr. and Mra.
David Meltaer,

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at.
and NE 11th ova. Conserve', ive.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Manny
Mandal.

NORTH DADE CENTER, 13630
W. Dixia hwy. Conaarvativa. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor MeGrica
Nau.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon dedicated
to the branch of she Hebrew Academy
at the North Dade Jewish Canter, Bat-
urdav 9 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Larry, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton I'a ten.
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NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th at. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Mayar
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Kloin.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Consecration of
newly elected of fleers of Men's Club.
8:45 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Hairis, son of
Mr. an,.................., Mn
son of Mr. and Mrs, Ivn Blac'cer.
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SOUTH DADE JEWI1H CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
Friday MB p.m. at 317 Merrlek Bids:.,
L niveralty of Miami. Sermon: "The
Spiritual Athlete." Bar Mitavah: Law-
rence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Blume.

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th at. Conaarvativa. Rab-
bi Abraham Lavitan.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroniah. Cantor Samual Kalamor.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Guest preacher:
Rabbi Morris W. Graff, who will serve
as Kuest spiritual leader at Temple
Israel next year. Sermon: "Moulders
of Judaism." Saturday 10:43 a.m.
e e e
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701
Washington ava. Conaarvativa.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Raich.
Friday 5 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"Serve the I urday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly I'or-
tion." Bar Mitsvah: I ...ins. non of .Mr.
and Mis. Philip Greenfield: Ihtnlel
Gary, son of Mrs. Diane G. Metnlck.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstain.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Should
Reform Judaism Take a Stand on Con-
troversial Issues?" Saturday 11 a.m.
Bar Mitsvah: Herbert, son of Mr. ;m I
Mra, Herbert II. Tenenbom,
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
uvt). Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Friday s:i.*, p.in Sermon: "Our Liv-
ing Mouse of Judaism." Baturdaj :45
a in. Bar Mitavah: Jay, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Samuel rjaraou; Jeffrey, son of
Mi. and Mrs. Nathan Bobroff.
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ava. Re-
form. Rabbi Banno M Wallach.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfrad
Waxman.
Pritey ">:3n and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"We Shall Be Holy." Special RUesls:
Bertha Samuels, national president ot
the l.adi.-. Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans, and Jessie Kneshen,
national secretary-treasurer. Satur-
day 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion "
Bar Mitavah: Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Singer.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ava. Conaarvativa. Rabbi
Abraham Harson. Cantor Albert
Glantz.
Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Sanc-
tity of Human Life." Ones Bhabbat
hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cohen. Sat-
urday :i a.m. Sermon: "l.iwnn Ju-
daism."

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wast
ava. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassal.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ava. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Laon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday 6 p.m. No late service In de-
ference to Rabbi llmwiu. who is out
of town as guest preacher at the Uni-
ted Synagogue regional convention In
Charleston, B.C. Saturday s:30 a.m.
piw.taiVHmwann
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IvHiKtrtcr/dtor
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Ardinor*
MKS. STANLEY CUUIN
Mil. HAROLD QIMSBUG
Becker, Cullen Exchange Vows
In a double ring ceremony Sat-
urday evening. Apr. 13. at Rabbi
Mums Skop'l home. Miss Joanne
Paye Backer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Karat, Benton Harbor.
Mich., became the bride of Stanley
Cullen. BOD of Mr. and Mr.-. H. Cul-
len. Brooklyn. N.Y.
Elton GoldfieM acted m best man.
Barbara Cullen. sister of the
groom, was maid of honor.
The bride lelected a waltz-length
gown of imported chantilly lace,
with fitted bodice, cap sleeves,
bouffant skirt held at the waist by
a cumberbund of nylon taffeta, and
Sabrina neckline.
She carried white sweetheart
roses, feathered carnations and
baby breath on her family Bible.
The bride is a graduate of Ben-
ton Harbor Mercy Hospital. At
present, she is a registered nurse
at Variety Childrens Hospital in
Miami.
Mr. Cullen received his degree
at Brooklyn College of Pharmacy,
and at PitIll is attending the Uni-
versity of Miami school of med-
icine.
After a reception at Rabbi Skop's
home, the couple are spending their
honeymoon in Nassau. Upon their
return, they will live in Miami.
Iowa to be Home
For Ginsbergs
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony on Sunday. Apr. 14. at
the Seville, hotel. Kit! Ksther
Naomi Smnsky. daughter of Mr.
and Mn Harry H Boroaky, 817
85th -t Miami Beach, became the
bride of Harold H Ginsberg, sun
of Mr and Mrs. Cecil Ginsberg,
Phoenix. Ariz.
Rabbi Isaac I.erer of Monticello
Park Congregation, performed the
ceremony. Beat BMB was Jerry
BIOCA. Matron of honor Btau Mrv
Kugene E. Soroaky, si-ter in-law of
the bride.
The bride selected an ankle-
length gown of rose point lace, with
long sleeves to wrist point. Sabrina
neckline and fitted bodice. The
*I7 bouffant skirt was reembroid-
ered with iridescent sequins and
seed pearls. Her French illusion
finger-tip-length veil was attached
to a crown of seed pearls. She car-
ried white orchids, stephanotis and
lily-of-the-valley on a Bible.
For something borrowed, the
bride wore a blue garter, gift of
Mrs Marvin Novak.
The bride was graduated from
Senn High School of Chicago, at-
tended State University of Iowa,
and received her degree in educa-
tion at the University of Miami.
The groom attended the Univer-
sity of Minnesota before entering
the army and is now working to-
ward a Masters degree in educa-
tion at the University of Iowa.
While at Minnesota. Mr. Ginsberg
was president of Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity, secretary of Inter-fra-
ternity council and served on the
executive committee of the Hillel
Foundation.
A reception and dinner followed
at the Seville. After their honey-
moon, the couple will be at home
at 330 N. Linn. Iowa City. la.
MtS. tOMtT SHKKLIY
ms. KOHALD mi
ArSmorc
U. of F. Students
Exchange Vows
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Schwartz,
of 2750 SW 17th st.. announce the
marriage of their daughter, Lois
Barbara Shaw, to Jack Graff, ton
of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sands, of
2031 SW 82nd pi.
The wedding took place Apr. 7 in
Woodbine. Ga.
The bride graduated from Miami
High School, where she was a mem-
ber of Tri Beta Council, and i. now
attending the University of Florida.
She is a member of Delta Phi Ep-
silon.
The groom is a member of Pi
Lambda Phi and attends the school
of engineering at the University of
Florida. He is also a graduate of
Miami High.
The couple are now residing at
411 SW 2nd St., Gainesville. Fla.
congregation"
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Now Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald L. Fine
Barbara Klaine Falk became the
bride of Ronald Lewis Fine at an
intimate family wedding Apr. 15
Rabbi Henry Wernick. personal
friend of the family, performed the
ceremony, which took place at the I
home of her parents, Dr. and Mr-
Jack J. Falk. 4554 Nautilus dr.
Mr. Fine is the SOB of Mr. and '
Mrs. Jack N Fine. 4465 N. Bay rd. j
The ring worn by the bride was
used by the groom's great-great
maternal grandmother on her wed-
ding day.
The bride selected a silk organza
ballerina length gown of baby blue
and white which featured a Peter
Pan collar, bouffant skirt and fit :
ted bodice. Her nose veil was at-
tached to a cloche of white flowers I
She carried white orchids on her
confirmation Bible.
The bride received her BS in
Home Economics and Science Edu-
cation at the UM. and her MA in
Home and Family Life Education
at Teachers College. Columbia Uni-
versity. She taught Sunday school
at Temple Emanu-EI for six vears
She is presently teaching at Nauti-
lus Junior High School.
The groom is attending the UM
as a combined degree student, ma-
joring in businesa administration
and law. He was president of the
LM student body. Inter -Fraternity
Council, Alpha Epsilon Pi social
iraternJty, and Alpha Delta Sigma
national professional advertising
";"",'""> "' H0 ."airman
of the Honor Council, editor of
The Miami Independent," student
political newspaper, and selected
for "Who's Who in American Col-
leges and Universities."
He is also former executive di-
rector of the Housing Authority of
the City of Miami Beach, and ser-
ved with the Second Armored Di-
vision as information and educa-
tion specialist, and administrative
officer, Air Force Reserve.
He is currently president of
Southern Host. Inc., Florida Real
Estate Reporters. Inc., and vice
president of the Tampa "Tarpons"
baseball club. He is also president
of the Breakfast Optimist Club of
Miami Beach, and chairman of the
baseball committee of the Miami-
Dade Chamber of Commerce.
A cocktail party and reception
will be held Sunday, Apr. 28.
Blumenthals Tell
Janet's Betrothal
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour M. Blu-
menthal. 2445 SW 23rd ave.. an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Janet Isbell, to Richard
Michael Fleisher, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard R. Fleisher, 46 Sa-
mana dr., Bay Heights.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High School, where
she was a member of Omega Delta
Psi council. She attended the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Her fiance graduated from Miami
Senior High School. He will re-
ceive his BBA degree from the I'ni-
versity of Miami in June. He is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi social
fraternity. Phi Eta Sigma scholastic
honorary, the Accounting Society
of Miami, and was on the Dean -
List. He will attend the University
of Miami law school.
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>"rk I" attend the i
Newlywed Mr. s.
Graduate of Miaf-
School. She spa, J
"el, attending n,T
Youth LeadersjJ
also studied at ki
sity.
Mr. Sheckley j,
New York Vwtm\
, many published nrij]
"I"- famous sneoay
stories and two northI
Following a Man(
moon. Mr. and Mali
he at home at 44 Pang
.York City.
Trail Women's Club
In 'Hawaiian Night'
Trail Women's Club of Miami
will present "A Night in Hawaii-
Saturday evening.
Featured will b Hawaiian dan-
ear Lokalani, with other singers
"JJ td*"r- Tha Rythmaira.
will b. on hand to provide music
tor dancing.
Miami Pioneer Club at 250 NW
North River dr. is the scene.
M^ Lillian Beck and Mrs. Pau-
line Sirvernun are chairmen, with
Be*, Qrocofl. ticket chairman.
"lent chairman.
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UM.TED ENROLLMENT
"HONE UN S-ISM
Past Presidents
Will Be Honored
Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, president
of Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood,
announces the group's annual
spring tea will be held Tuesday
noon in the Pagoda room of the
Saxony hotel.
Guests of honor will be the ten
past presidents of Sisterhood, who
have served since 1940 when Tern
pie Emanu-EI was organized
Thay are Mrs. Joaaph Bmrman,
Mrs. Irving Cypon, Mn. Jack J.
Falk, Mrs. Sam Joiapher, Mrs.
Arthur Klein, Mrs. Itidora New-
mss mjkt
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man, Mrs. Harm & I
1 Morris S. Rubin, *il
Rosa and Mrs. IraCl
A highlight of tsel
, be a musical f*JB
i Lights and ShadooV
the production wulstj
i,l Honey Shapiro,!
Theatre Guild ofleq
Kl
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going Special news for the upcoming party i* iW \
will sing her own arrangement of songs, accompanw j
by iva Levemen She's on the faculty of the Mu"JJJ|
of Music, and daughter of composer Boris L*y*T\|,l
turn a former teacher of Jan Pearca and G<*9
a > '
Recently-married Lillian Smith Cola was honoreiJJ
luncheon by board members of the women's dlvl*JJ" ,
of Commerce of Surf side. Bal Harbour and Bay H*""|_
Lillian is vice president in charge of activities. aMd^a|
one busy by dreaming up so many diverse cia*#s
year ... v,g
Board members, knowing that Ulltan '" ^n ^a\
her new home in Bay Harbor, presented her a
... The luncheon was held at th' home of Mrt.
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[April 26^1957
irida ORT To Honor Members
+Jm>Ut> fhsklton
jtheastern Florida region
n's American ORT will
luncheon for Honor Roll
of the Greater Miami area
ywy Plaza hotel on Wed-
joon.
Li time, they will be pre-
[with an ORT pin, and
Lmes will be submitted to
Nona I office, making them
i for a trip to ORT schools
Logram includes an adapta-
iMy Fair Lady," written by
Irph Sherbill, with the lo-
lin an ORT school in Paris.
[ter's Parade"
id Tuesday
\r Miami Women's Auxili-
ri-h Home for the Aged,
Jt Tuesday noon at the Al-
hn of officers and board
i, as presented by Mrs.-Nat
Ruinating chairman, will
CO.
program will also include
ly called "Funful Hatters'
Prizes for the most or-
|nd humorous "creations"
J awarded by Sam Hoi man,
(Combined Jewish Appeal ;
Iman Harold Shapiro, of
(Beach; and Abo Kurman,
it of the Jewish Homo for
id.
tram of music and songs by
kin Nelson is also sched-
Irs. Sol Silverman is presi-
tln women's auxiliary. Mrs.
kkovsky is program chair-
Hi Dade ORT
Its Officers
Jack Carmel was reelected
rt of the North Dade chap
/omen's American ORT at
meeting of the organ iza-
| the North Miami Public
|rs named to the now slate
fcers include tho Mesdamos
Zeitxew, vice president;
I Dun, vice president; Nor-
ergenstern, vice president.
lesdamea Raymond Bessell,
p: Morton Durst, financial
Benjamin Weinstock,
biding secretary; Stephen
recording secretary; and
Imilcy. parliamentarian.
In the cast are Mrs. Joseph Wilkes,
Mrs. Howard M. Dunn, Mrs. Med
win Benjamin and Mrs. Wolfie Co-
hen.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Sam
uel Avrach, Greater Miami chapter.
Other chairmen are Mrs. Martin
Goodman, Coral Gables chapter;
Mrs. George Linden, Miami Beach
Afternoon chapter; Mrs. Albert
Zeitxew, North Dade chapter.
Sisterhood Will
Install May 15
Sisterhood of South Dade Jewish
Center has elected a new slate of
officers for the coming year, as ini
lows:
Mrs. Harold Pomerantz, presi-
dent; Mrs. A. B. Wiener, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Maurice Steinberger,
secretary; Mrs. Henry Ferguson,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ber-
nard Spiegel, treasurer.
Newly elected board of directors
are the Mesdames Les Ariessohn,
Herman Brenner, Edward Grad,
Jack Freeman, Morton Harris, Al-
bert Levine, Sidney Marder and
Edward Roth.
New officers and board of direc-
tors will be installed by Mrs. Her-
bert Baumgard at a Mothers' Day
luncheon Wednesday, May 15, at
Miami Springs Villas.
Page 5-B
Donna Helene, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max S. Kern, be-
came Bas Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday morning,
Apr. 20. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiated. Donna Helene
is a seventh grade student
at Nautilus and attends Tem-
ple Emanu-El religious school.
ishion is Spring in a Breezy Silhouette ..
|fl"i:iKt our new spring fashions there are creations just jor you
"i Fogarty Mr. Mort Claymour Jr. Kenneth Tischler Miss
ft California Jack Squire, and many others. Alterations free.
Also a New Complete Line of Exquisite Accessories.
Toba Fashions
1256 N.E. 163rd Street North Miami Beach
Miss Schneidman
Plans for June
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schneidman.
5940 La Gorce dr., Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Edith Ann, to Joel Aber-
bach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Aberbach, of Bayonne, N.J.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She
attended the University of Alabama
and at present is a student at the
University of Miami. She is a mem-
ber of Delta Phi Epsilon social
sorority.
Mr. Aberbach is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. He will
receive his degree in labor econom-
ics in August at the University of
Florida.
He is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi fraternity. The couple are plan-
ning to be married in June.
A l li in..i .
MISS MONA MIZRACH
Ardmore
MISS EDITH SCHNEIDMAN
Women's Group To See 'Cadillac'
The Greater Miami chapter of the
National Women's Committee of
Brandeis University will hold its
annual spring election and installa-
tion luncheon Friday noon at the
Algiers hotel.
The following slate of officers
will be installed:
President, Mrs. Sidney H. Sch-
wartz; vice presidents, Mrs. Morris
Alpert, Mrs. Alexander Kogan and
Mrs. Albert Jacobs; treasurer, Mrs.
George Levenson; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Lester Toloff.
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.
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Hold Fashion Fete;
Funds for Crippled
Greater Miami Lodge 176, Knights
of Pythias Women's Auxiliary, is
sponsoring "Fashion Bouquet" in
the Scheherezade room of the Al-
giers hotel Thursday, May 2. All
proceeds will go to the Rehabilita-
tion Center for Crippled Children
and Adults of the Crippled Child-
ren's Society.
Chairman is Mrs. Eli King, a past
president of the Women's Auxil-
iary. Her committee consists of
the Mesdames Warren Wepman,
arrangements; Elliot Rosen, tickets;
Sparty Kaufman, pulicity; and Jos-
eph Teitlebaum, gifts.
Fashions were created by some
of the area's outstanding design-
ers, who are members of the Fash-
ion Designers Club of Greater Mi-
ami. These are Renee Newman,
president of the Fashion Club;
Daisy Levi, Muriel Ryan, Helen
Hill. Rae Albert, Emmy Lou West
and Dorothea.
Commentary and coordination
will be by members of the fashion
group and Uberto Orvieto, mem-
of the Knights of Pythias Great-
er Miami Lodge. Attire for the
show will consist of sportswear,
daytime cottons and formats. The
models are from Coronet Model
Agency. J. Baldi will do the heir
styling. Music for the models
will be provided by Harriet Co-
hen.
The Women's Auxiliary has been
working closely with the South
Florida Crippled Children's Society.
They recently contributed money
to obtain an exercise table and mat
Morris Burk; assistant correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. Harry Orleans;
financial secretary, Mrs. William D.
Rubenstein; auditor, Mrs. Charles
Ratner; honorary president, Mrs.
Ben Zion Ginsburg; and chaplains,
Mrs. Leon Kronish and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman.
Mrs. Mae Weinstein will act as
installing officer. Highlighting
the afternoon's program will be a
presentation of "The Solid Gold
Cadillac," by the First Drama
Trio under the direction of Jean-
ette Miller.
Appearing with Mrs. Miller will
be Boris Pritcher, known here for
his many performances in Miami,
and Bob Lyons, with a background
of radio broadcasting in New York
for all major networks, as well as
theatre performances.
Mrs. Max Dreyer is in charge of
arrangements. Mrs. Harry Orleans
is chairman of the day.
Mona Mizrach
To be Married
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mizrach, 1118
Biarritz dr., Miami Beach, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Mona Helen, to Herbert Parker,
son of Mrs. Nathan Kaplan, Brook-
lyn, N.Y.
The bride-elect attended Miami
Beach High School and was grad-
uated from Cascadilla School in
Ithaca, N.Y. She is a student at
the University of Miami.
Mr. Parker received his BS de-
gree at New York University, and
BS degree at Cornell University.
He spend two years with the 40th
Division in Korea.
The couple are planning to be
married in the fall.
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In Final Meeting
"The Parallel Between Jews in
Egypt of Pharaoh's and Nasser's
Time" was the topic of guest speak-
er Rabbi Jonah Caplan, Florida re-
gional director of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, at the last meeting of the sea-
son of Miami chapter of American
Jewish Congress Wednesday noon
at Koubek Center.
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, presi-
dent, delivered her annual re-
port. Hostesses were Mrs. Wil-
liam Bielfeld, Mrs. Samuel Ro-
senstein and Mrs. Albert Ladd.
"Middle East Today" was topic
of discussion at a discussion group
meeting of Miami chapter at the
home of Mrs. Ben Tugg, 615 SW
21st rd., Monday afternoon.
Minna Schwartz*
Betrothal is Told
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwartz.
3450 Garden avc.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Minna.
Her fiance is Theodore David
Wallman. son of Mrs. Ethel Wall-
man, 1819 Meridian ave., Miami
Beach.
The bride-elect is a student at
Oxford School and will graduate in
June.
Mr. Wallman graduated from Mi
ami Beach High School, where he
was president of his fraternity, and
served two years with the armed
forces overseas.
At present, his is a pre-medical
student at the University of Miami.
No date has been set by the
couple for their wedding.
to be used for physical therapy at
the new Rehabilitation Center at
1475 NW 14th ave., and also do-
nated a new wheel chair with
brakes.
Mrs. Ezelle B. Kerrigan, who is
director of the Rehabilitation Cen-
ter, will be an honored guest at
the "Fashion Bouquet." Ticket-
and further information may be ob-
tained from Mrs. Elliott Rosen and
Mrs. Sparty Kaufman.
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Greater Miamians can air their
riews on IS. Foreign policy May
3 to 5 before a subcommittee of
the Route Foreign Affairs commit-
tee, when it meets here.
Committee member*, who will
stay at Miami Soring* Villas, will
alto consider the public view-
point on mutual security pro-
grams durin-i the hearings in Mi-
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man. a member of the committee,
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Ethics of Fathers
"I el Thy People Know." a tele-
cast originating from Miami Beach
Sunday morning ever WCKT, will
feature Pirke Avoth, "Ethics of the
Fathers," on Apr 28 at 10:30 a.m.
The telecast will portray through
music, dance, art and drama the,
maxims and doctrines to be found'
in this master anthology compiled
by 72 nget over a period of 500'
years.
The program is presented un-
der the auspices ef the Syna-
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David S. Andron, writes, coordin- 1
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now in its seventh week.
Cooperating with the Synagogue!
Council in the TV series is the1
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.. |
the Bureau of Jewish Education,'
and other communal groups of'
leader.* throughout the area.
Pallot has been a resident of the
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Bar since 1933, he was assistant a"
torney general for
Florida.
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Bruce Zipper to
Be Bar Mitzvah
Bruce Howard Zipper will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, Apr. 27, of Beth
El Congregation. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will officiate.
Bruce Howard is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Zipper, 1942 SW 7th
St., Miami. He is a student at
Shenandoah Junior High and has
attended Beth El religious school
lor the past three years.
The Zippers will be hosts at Kid-
dush following the service. Grand-
parents of the Bar Mitzvah are
Mrs. Miriam Zipper, New York
City; and Mr. Morris Krevat, of
the Walburne hotel, Miabi Beach.
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Simon Homer will become
Bar Mitvah Saturday at Con-
gregation Beth Jacob. Rabbi
Tibor Stern and Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches will officiate.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Homer, 708 Pennsyl-
vania ave., and attends Mi-
ami Beach Junior High. He
is a member of Young Ju-
daea.
They Plan to Dance
"Country square dance," spon-
sored by members of Southwest
Jewish Center Sisterhood, will be
held Sunday evening at 480 SW
62nd ct. In charge of reservations
are Mrs. Dorothy Richman and Mrs.
Doris Leventhal.
Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Rose, was Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, Apr. 20, at
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiated. Shel-
don is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Miami Beach Junior
High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Junior Sports Car
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Some lucky South Florida
youngster will be driving a Thun-
derbird Junior sports car as first
prize in a contest on WTVJ's "Pop-
eye Playhouse."
The contest, requiring children
to write the last thraa lines of a
jingle starting "I'm Popeye tha
Sailor M*n, and I do tha bast I
can," will run through May 17.
Skipper Chuck Zink is- expect-
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mail-drawing record.
Social Saturday Evening
Friendship Club ot North Shore
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