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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 45
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 8, 1957
Price 20*
IGES SOVIET SMOKESCREEN'
il/es Tells Reporters
mger of Aggression
Mid-East Continues
JTAy Direct Teletype Wire
RHINGTON (JTA) Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
I told a press conference that there has been and still exists a
If aggression in the Middle East just as in other spots in the
Censors
ion Aide's
:ide News
fAI.KM(JTA)The news-
Israel entered into a rare
fcy of silence to keep from
|David Ben-Gurion Monday
i that his military aide and
end. Col. Nehemia Argov,
knitted suicide. The news-
pinled special limited edi-
iistribution in Hadassah
|wherc the Premier is con-
which no reference was
[the story.
;<>v. 43. committed sui-
a\ after his car struck a
the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem
lad picked up the victim,
and rushed hjm to the
I wailing there for several
|r a report on the man's
When told it was seri-
fent home, drew up a will
fiis possessions to the in-
ln. or to his family if he
ii> injuries, wrote a fare-
|c to Mr. Ben-Gurion and
lelf in the head. Sunday
injured cyclist was re-
lic out of danger.
len-Gurion, who had suf-
relapse after operations
oval of bomb splinters,
ittinutd on Page 2A
? He said the Soviet Union built up
false charges of a plot against
Syria as a "smokescreen." He said
these charges subsequently collap-
sed. But, said Mr. Dulles, that did
not mean that the independence
of the Arab states was now secure.
Arab independence remains in dan-
ger, he said.
Mr. Dulles said a good deal of
thought had been given to the pos-
sibility of unifying various collec-
tive security arrangements in the
world such as NATO, SEATO, the
Baghdad Pact and similar agree-
ments.
in Urgent
for Help
Fundstruggling into its
eck of solicitation from
Barge and small business
still badly in need of vol-
rorkera.
cries for help Wednesday
tin R. Ring and William C.
co chairmen of UF's Cotn-
?nd Industry Division, Sec-
|re^ponsihle for (solicitation
out 6,000 small firms.
Ineeding volunteers al-
lii"t as badly as the Ring-
group is the division
UP by Wilbur L. Morrision,
fee and Industry Division,
. responsible for 945 large
B. Turner, campaign
". said both divisions
rting to emergency meas-
thir solicitation efforts.
treigs" concerted drives
>dy overworked volunteers
itinoad on Page SA
Nasser Reported Placing
I Troops at Israel's Border
TEL AVIV-(JTA)Israel circles expressed anxiety Wednesday over information that the Egyptian
Government intends to station Palestinian Arab military units along the border, of Israel and the Gaza
Strip. The Egyptian,, it was reported, have decided to use troop, of their old Palestine border police
fore, on the frontier. The troap, would be used at El Arish as a reserve and the bulk of the force, two
battalion, ,n strength, would be deployed along the demarcation line.
Israel source, pointed out that President N.s.er of Egypt had assured United Nation, represent.-
fives that both the Fed.y.en (commando) unit, and the separate Palestine unit, would be dissolved when
the United Nation, Emergency Force took over pat ol duty on the frontier. Israelis warned that return
. of these special units to the frontier would inevitably lead to tension in the region.
'Gentlemen's Agreement' Barred Egyptian Troops
But he thought that although
each world region is concerned
with other,, it wa, ambitious at
present to combine organizations
into a worldwide structure.
He said* the present regional ap-
proach seemed better. However,
more might be done to keep na-
tions with U.S. defensive agree-
ments informed of developments in
other areas, he said.
He saw free world collective se-
curity as a substitute for police
action under the United Nations
charter.
Pres. Ben-Zvi
Is Inaugurated
JERUSALEM (JTA) Seven-
ty-three-year-old Itzhak Ben Zvi
was sworn in this week for a sec-
ond five-year term as President of
Israel in a festively adorned Knes-
set hall, the floor of which, only a
few hours before, had been splat-
tered with blood from the wounds
of five Cabinet ministers who were
victims of a madman's grenade at
tack.
Mr. Ben Zvi entered the Knesset
at 11 a.m. sharp to the blasts of
two shofars. He was welcomed by
Speaker Josef Sprinzak, who called
on him to swear allegiance to Is-
rael and her laws.
Members of the diplomatic corps,
headed by Soviet Ambassador Al-
exander Abramov as acting dean,
stood in front of the visitors' gal-
lery while the President was sworn
in. Guns outside boomed in a 21-
gun salute..
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)President Nasser
spring, as part of the "gentlemen's agreement" betw
any Egyptian forces on the frontier between the Ga
nesday following report, from Israel about Egypt's n
time any important part of the Nasser-Hammarksjol
According to a spokesman for Mr. Hammarskjo
in plans for policing the Gaza border, and there hav
Gaza frontier since UNEF took over the border patr
The Nasser-Hammarskjold agreement provides that
for internal policing activities only.
promised Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold last
een the two regarding the work of UNEF, not t place
za Strip and Israel. That became known here Wed-
w policing plans for the Gaza border. It i, the first
d "gentlemen's agreement" has been revealed.
Id, the United Nations doe, not know of any change
e been no Egyptian or other Arab police along the
ol after the withdrawal of Israel troop, last March,
the police forces in the Gaza area were to be uted
U.S. Guarantee
Program Halts;
Information Hit
JERUSALEM(JTA) Students
in Israel's higher institutions of
learning will feel a shortage of
textbooks when the winter term
stalls in two weeks as a result ol
the continued suspension of the
American Information Media Guar-
antee program under whicii most
ot the required textbooks were im-
ported from the United Slates.
The last import contracts expir-
ed in Augu.-t, and no new contracts
have been signed pending agree
nient between the United States
and Israel on the question of coun-
terpart funds. A State Department
official arrived here last week to
discuss the question with Israel
authorities, but the talks have not
yet been completed.
Under the International Media
Guarantee program, Israel pur-
chasers, of books paid for them
in Israel currency which wa,
placed to the credit of the Uni-
ted State, Government. The Uni-
ted States paid out the counter-
part dollars to the American ex-
porters of the books.
Meanwhile in Washington, the
U.S. Informational Guarantee pro-
gram for Israel has been suspended
Continued on Page 8 A
Left-Wing Deputies Urge
Foreign Policy Revisions
JEW [SALKM(JTA>Spokesmen for the left-wing parties in the
I Government coalition called Wednesday for a "reorientation" of
Israel's foreign policy and adoption of a more neutral position as be-
tween the two Great Power blocs. They made their plea here when the
Knesset resumed debate on foreign policy.
Spokesmen for 'he Mapam and Achdut Avodah parties told the
Parliament that a middle course between he two giants would be more
advisable for Israel. Last week. Foreign -Minister Golda Meir emphatic-
ally rejected proposals that Israel follow a policy of neutralism, argu-
ing that Israel would not purchase the friendship of any state ;t the
price of its independence or territorial integrity.
Speakers for several partes challenged the left-wing position.
A speaker for the Herut (right-wing) party warned that Egypt wa,
preparing in the Sinai Peninsula for a resumption of its fedayeen
(commando) raid, against Israel halted last year when Israel', invad-
ing forces smashed the fedayeen bases.
The government reply and the wind-up of the debate is expected to
he postponed until Foreign Minister Meir, injured last week when an
immigrant bombed the Knesset, is able to return to the house. Mrs.
Meir was released from the hospital last week to recuperate at home.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman said she was still feeling \he effects of
antibiotics administered to her after she was wounded.
SCHUL STILL OPERATING
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIVFour elderly immi-
grants arrived in Israel Tuesday
from Communist-occupied China.
They were immediately taken by
ambulance to a Malben Hospital.
One of the three women in the
group said there was still a syna-
gogue in Harbin, although the re-
maining Jewish population of that
Manchurian city is now less than
200.
Egypt, Bonn Deal to Spurn Israel
FRANFURT(JTA)Officials of
the Egyptian consulate here hinted
this week that an agreement had
been reached with the West Ger-
man Federal Republic that Egypt
would not recognize East Germany
as long as the Bonn Government
refrained from diplomatic recogni-
tion of Israel.
The Egyptian officials also
said, at a reception for their Con-
sul General here that Egypt was
on the point of recognizing the
puppet East German regime in
October but that President Nas-
ser cancelled the plan at the last
moment.
They suggested that Nasser
changed his mind when the Bonn
Government broke diplomatic rela-
tions with Yugoslavia for recog-
nizing the East German Govern-
ment and at the same time gave
assurances to Egypt that the Fed-
eral Republic would not enter dip-
lomatic relations with Israel ."un-
der present circumstances." They
added that as long as West Ger-
many adhered to non-recognition
of Israel, Cairo would reciprocate
in regard to East Germany.
Isidore B. Simkowitz has
been elected president of
Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. He succeeds
Mr. Milton Sirkin, who step-
ped down from three-term of-
fice al GMJCC's seventh an-
nual meeting in diLido hotel
Sunday. (For details, see Pg.
7A).
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November 8. 1957
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forge Jesse/ to Chair,
\rs. Pick to Speak
k Israel Bond Fete
L Israel Housing Bond drive swings into high gear this week
Ifinal stages of the Greater Miami 1957 campaign, aiming at an
goal of 400 housing units in Israel in conjunction with the na-
lamDaign to help Israel in her Ume of greatest housing emer-
Page 3 A
Jer to help Israel integrate
economy some 100,000
(its Hocking to her shores
r, the Greater Miami area
ta of $1,250,000 for the
097.
the first ten months of
Housing Bond drive this
575,000 in bonds were
A sum of more than
is outstanding, and must
cted before 1957 is out.
rtg the High Holy Days,
in 30 Greater Miami syn-
thip Club to Mark
of Synagogues
ship Club of Greater Mi-
sponsor a memorial and
fction service in commemor-
the burning of the syna-
Nov. 9, 1938, in Ger-
id Austria.
peeting will be held at the
itel Saturday evening. All
citizens of Central Europe,
either their own families
, themselves, involved in
erience, are invited to be
Federation of Musicians
iish artists for the occa-
speaker will be Rabbi
^kolica, of the North Dade
Center.
sogues war* responsible for the
purchase of more.than $450,000
in Israel Housing Bonds. Temple
Beth Sholom leads all other syn-
agogues here with a total Israel
Bond sale of $129,000 as of last
week, "which ranks the member-
ship of Rabbi Leon Kronish's
Temple among the highest to
respond to the plea of David
Ben-Gurion on behalf of the
housing drive," chairman Jacob
Sher revealed Wednesday.
A "Tribute to Synagogues" night
will take place Sunday night, 8:15
p.m., at the Pontainebleau hotel.
Lies Goosens Pick, who shared the
terrible trials recounted in Anne
Frank's Diarynow world-renown-
edhas been chosen as a specjal
emissary by Israel to make awards
to the local synagogues.
Certificates of Merit will be
awarded to the synagogues and
their membership.
Mrs. Pick, girlhood friend of
Anne Frank, come here as a spec-
ial representative from Israel,
where she now lives happily with
her husband and three children.
George Jessel, internationally-
known star of the entertainment
world, will be master of ceremon-
ies, and Metropolitan Opera star
Norman Atkins wil sing a selected
program of songs.
I
IIIS GOOSENS PICK
Complete and Dependable Title Service
M
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iQhtmctCo.
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
:rows abstracts title insurance
Title Inseronce Policies of
Keasos City Title Insurance Ce,
Capital, SoTpla* t Reserves
Cxceed $4 000,000
* 129 SH0REUND ARCADE
TELEPHONE FR 9-1191
UM Hillel Group
Forming Chorus
The University of Miami chapter
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion Wednesday announced the
formation of a civic choral society
for the purpose of meeting the de-
mand it) this area for the perfor-
mance of Jewish choral literature.
This will include both sacred
and secular compositions, and will
also feature Jewish and Israeli folk
music.
The group will give perform-
ances throughout the Miami area,
and on the University of Miami
campus.
Membership is open to the gen-
eral public. Auditions are being
held on Thursdays, at 7:30 p.m., in
the music room of the Hillel House,
1100 Miller dr., Coral Gables.
The chorus is under the direc-
tion of Sheldon M. Torn, who has
several years of professional ex-
perience in the field of Jewish
choral literature.
Spelling Bee' Due
For Local Schools
An inter-school "Spelling Bee"
for Hebrew words and phrases, in-
volving all Jewish schools in Great-
er Miami was announced Wednes-
day by Sol Goldman, president of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
which is sponsoring the event.
Regulations for the inter-school
contest have been sent to all
schools with copies of the required
vocabulary involved in the spelling
bee.
Th contest is based on the
newest publication of the Bu-
reau, "Required Word Lists for
the first three years in the He-
brew Schools," with the objec-
tive of mastery of a basic He-
brew vocabulary in the Hebrew
departments of all Jewish
schools.
Instructions to all schools indi-
cate that a period of preparation
within the schools for the contest
will take place for the months of
November and December. From
Jan. 6 to 20, intra-school contests
will be held in all schools to deter-
mine schools representatives to the
inter-city contest to be held Feb.
9, 1958.
On this date, the finals of the
contest will be held to determine
the best Hebrew speller of Greater
Miami in grades 1, 2 and 3.
Reporter to be Speaker
Downtown Luncheon Club of.
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will
hear Miami Herald reporter Morty
Freedman at its regular meeting in
the Urmey hotel Friday noon.
Freedman. Herald city government
reporter, will discuss "Cities vs.
County."
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Shrinks Hemorrhoids
For the first time ecience hat found
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astonishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids and to relieve painwithout
surgery.
In case after'case, while gently re-
lieving pain, actual reduction (shrink-
age) took place.
Most amazing of allresults were
so thorough that sufferers made as-
tonishing statements like "Piles have
ceased to be a problem!"
The secret is a new healing sub-
stance (Bio-Dyne*) discovery of a
world-famous research institute.
This substance Is now available in
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under the name PREPARATION H.
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Nov. 24. In charge of reservations
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LEO MINDLIN.............................Executive Editor
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:rne 3i Number 45
Fr:dav. November 8. 1957
14 Heshvan 5718
Their Worst Fears May be Realized
News cf the "gentlemen s agreement"
made between UN Secretary General Dag
Hammarslcold and President Nasser
sirring reaffirms the most intense tears observ-
ers of the Near Eastern seen? entertcined when
Profound Relationship Noted
Regardless of pokticai ideology most peo-
ple throughout the world are glad no more
damage wa= sustained in the bombing of the
Israel Parliament last Tuesday than actually
occurred.
The
ter BetvGui
ister of Re! an Sbapira eBcap>d with their
1-ves. not only to the good fortune
e: Israel but to bmb of goodwill everywhere.
".e people guiding the Jew-
h troubled waters today.
While no one ..- an, irreplaceable, fact
oe hard put. indeed, to find
new bmb and women of similar stature.
s '.heir leadership qualities, their integ-
-:s. and their dedication to free-
:r.a: Keep Israel firmly entrenched today
ia the camp of Western democracy while, at
the scrr.e time, protecting Israel's rights as a
BOttOB from assault by her neighbor enemies.
President Eisenhower put it well at a press
conference in Washington last week when he
declared: 1 am sure that all civilized people
deplore such incidents, and the same people
Will take some satisfaction in the circumstances
that there were no fatalities and. except for Mr.
Shapira, no one seriously injured."
The President's sympathetic statement.
g as i: does from the head of a nation
ceeply troubled herself these days, symbolizes
more profoundly than all her pacts and agree-
ta with en Arab world hostile to the Jew-
ish Stale the fundamental and undeniable re-
lationship between Israel and the U.S.
See for Yourself Sunday
_ 11 be no foohn when Ml. Sinai
hospital holds open house Sunday.
For or. ihct date Greater Miami will be
cr.e to see m person what hospital officials
been reporting all alongthe ongoing
a new Mt. Sinai on Colhns Is-
OSBB. to present site at 4300 Alton rd.
The more than 57 million building will be a
model of medical progress.
Wh.le mack tclic has been heard the off-
the-road Collins Island site has been little seen
and hospital leaders officials and personnel
won: 10 make sure the C '4iami Jewish
-unity fully knows what its prtchina in
to develop. ^
Th.s will be no problem when the project-
ed eight-story build-in:; is ready for service. It
will be a tower of beauty and scientific effic-
iency readily beheld along the bav's skyline
Until that time, ssein is bebevm," and so
ee you at the open bouse Sunday afternoon.
In no less a country than West Germany
weU-spring of the hatred that caused her mur-
der, the Diary of Anne Frank even today bring*
leers and shock to the eyes and hearts ai
theatregoers as they view the Diary in drama-
txr production.
Anne Frank's story is a tribute to the spirit
c. a Dutch Jewish girl, which has rapruredtne-
.magination of people throuahout the world.
And Greater Miazxucrns will have the oppor-
tunity Sunday evening of getting closer to that
than perhaps even the dramatization of
the Diary can afford.
Welcome here is Lies Goosens Pick, Anne
Frcnk's girlhood friend and rnnrliistiun came
companion. Mrs. Pick, in Miami from Israel
will speak in behalf of the current Israel Bond
Housing drive.
Everyone recognizing the significance of
the drive *o the upbuildinq of the Jewish Stale
will want to hear Mrs. Pick's message.
Israel was forcibly ejected from the Sinai Penin-
sula without prior guarantees of future immun-
ptian aggression.
Dag Hammarskjold played a principal role
in the Israeli evacuation, as well as in Egypt's
return to the Gaza Stripdespite UN
ations that the return would be gradual.
That the secretary general entered into
such a "gentlemen's agreement" is an indica-
tion less of his malice than of his naivete.
But whatever prompted him to trust one of
the most untrustworthy of the Arab potentates
is hardly an issue here; more to the point are
reports this week that Egypt's Nasser now feels
himself sufficiently strong once again to draw
up his troops along the Israel border.
This may very well mean a resumption of
the fedayeen raids that finally forced Israel into
the Sinai campaign against these commando
raid units just one year ago. From the qeneral
tone of the "high-handed" way in which both
the U.S. and the UN moved to "settle" the cam-
paign, observeres long ago predicted the pos-
sibility of renewed outbreaks in the future.
Nasser's decision to draw up his troops
once more, if true, may very well make a
reality of these observers' grimest fears. Not
the least of the blame lor such an eventuality
would have to qo to the latest discovery of high-
handness the Hammarskjold-Nasser "agree-
ment."
United Fund Needs You
United Fund of Dade County is in urgent
need of volunteer workers.
Fund must succeed in its initial effort here.
One way is for Greater Miamians to come for-
ward on their own in a qesture of goodwill and
a joint decision that UF have as much assist-
ance as is needed to put the drive across.
Many worthwhile causes depend upon
United Fund's achievement of th* $3,237,707
goal announced by UF officials last week. Ex-
perience has shown that prospects ready and
willing to give frequently fail to give if un-
so.icited.
A concerted United Fund effort for Dade
county therefore includes the overwhelming
need for volunteer workersmen and women
prepared to co from house to house to bring
UF's story to the doorsteps of Greater Miami.
United Fund is relying on you to respond
to the call. Volunteer now.
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New Geneva Publication
Criticizes Swiss 'Neutrality
Directed Against Nazi Vfa
By EDWIN EYTAN
A MESH OF clever legalities was th(. ..,,,
*+ Placed 4* Swiss author,. ,Jlve '**<
from entering this neutral haven and esc ipinr vt"^ K
This, and the ensuing cooperation between c\ "**]
Germany, is the startling revelation of 4iXLn" ttrlaW
entitled "Swiss Refugee Policy Since 1933" Th pr,ffl
a double edged sppraisal an indictment of sl?W,i
face of Nazi pressure, and a vindication of Swk
published this report. hwiss COl"fti
Prepared by Prof. Carl Ludwig of Bern, Unroa*.-1
of the Sw.ss Federal Council, the report quX?-.'"M
and cold impersonal laws. ,, is ,,, ,'" 'W
hopes P1tted against ruthless logic ami ^reen-unifonSS
In 1933. as Hitler rose to power, the Swiss Federal r7
ed according to the report, to prevent "an alien pW,
habits and culture' from seeking refuge in sjtrZi
were the German Jews fleeing Nazi peraeoiuoM^
As Switzerland was bound by i consuls* conventi.
which dispensed Swiss and German nationals of entry*
others country, the Swiss authorities could not bar the*.
German Jews, but only restrict their stay A ^vernmeit!
bribed: "Jews cannot claim political asylum as thesTl,
on racial and religious and nc: on political grounds"'
This decree became the cornerstone on which the FttJ
cil built its anti-Jewish Barrier. It remained in force fll
the war.
The German occupation of Austria and the 1938
new energy to the Reich's Jews who now were fleeineZi
lives. *'
statistics Htovt coffTftorr to act*
f HREE DAYS AFTER the Anschluss the Swiss Miaaferi
wrote, in confidence, to the Federal Council: .. *,
now a mass emigration of Jews. We must be mercilesi sail
all costs the entry of any additional Jews into Swiucrbvt*;
The government accepted this recommendation and;
A law was passed instituting Swiss entry visas for Ausn-
while Swiss consulates were instructed not to deliver vistst,
desperate Jews Those already inside Switzerland wenhl
"return to their homes" and the border police was ordenf'
back, forcibly if necessary, an jews wno might attempt lot
gaily the Swiss border"
While these stringent measures were being enforced I
only 18.000 Jews in Switzerland, or les> than half of or*|
the total population. The report comments: These ftp
strate that there was no danger of a Jeui.-h infiltration ft
land in spite of what certain anti- Jewish movement- and*.
claimed at that time The Federal Council hadthelepll
to prevent and punish incitement to racial and religion to
government never applied this law and took no measure i
hate-mongers.
Secret negotiations were started in Berne and Berist
suitable arrangement under which Switzerland's anti-JeftiJ
tion policy would be guaranteed while not transgressiajr
"open door" policy for its Jewish population.
The Swiss police insisted upon a distinctive notation
passport*. They were not satisfied with the compulsory*-]
f Israel" and "Sarah" nor a "not valid for Swiwrlaafl
'ewi>h pa-sports.
Finally Germany gave in An agreen n^*J
ber. 1938. which specified that a "three centimeter hu*fl
be inscribed on page one of all passports belonging l0^*I
of these passports were obliged to possess a Swiss nitrjiV
being allowed to cross the frontier.
The out break of the war brought a new wave of Cersaij
European Jews to the Swiss borders. But the governs**,
law ready to deal with this situation. The new rtfnMftj|
that refugees who had been admitted were to be M"*rll
camps or prisons." illegal entrants were to be turnw w|
border, and those who had managed to enter the 'fontofl
were to be expelled.
Mm miAsmis item o*otCTD
DROF. LUDWIG EXPLAINS that the government mi
pass these lawv "lest black marb _r pruiinwf"
undamreabie penttos (mainly Je-i Bawu enter i""J
While U of Europe was burnir.? ir 1945. the Ff*J
could not remain mute in the face of so much m'^2<
decided to admit a limited number of retirees ^j^"
agreement with religious organuatior- ki -T"' ^i
tain persons persecuted for their religious bclittt ^
bodies were to draw up the lists of the selected fr*J"
ment was concluded, however, with any Jewish reugww
As far as the Jews were concerned the dirtuB
"Jews cannot ask for political asylum vnr!*u!r\5l
forced Jews are to be turned back at the b('\Lr d
intercession or possrbititv of communicatre -^
friends inside the coMBtry," the Miaistry of Juatice m
Thls reeulation was sinctlj applied The f^J^fH
were internet in work camps, of which the f^^Lgj
Jewish Relief Organization wrote These "m^,'"uUt |
capable and brutal individuals, who ball) ><* '"''TTfcBfl
- The behavior of both army and jwlare o"
gract
Prof Ludwig charged that thousands of I*|^fJ(
J-ws had been tkx.med bv an overran '""'J,
CJrftam by the Swiss auth
ca leadiag pr.aciple of the Swiss lute's riKy*-
Swia* eottrepuaa of frae4om and iwleperKlence^J^
that national policy "mest take into account nj*
lives ar


vember 8, 1957
*Je*isUTloridicir
Page 5 A
<"<
LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Says Rabbi Missed Point Completely
^uss explains plans for new Youth Center of North
^ish Center to Habbi Mayer Abramowitz. Center will
d on newly-acquired lots on Carlyle ave. directly
Dm prerent synagogue building. Shown (left to right)
le Gordon, educational director; Krauss, Center presi-
bbi Abramowitz; and Nathaniel Glickman, chairman
| board. New addition will include a social hall, club
Slides, game rooms and modern classrooms.
[Back from Seminar
)ickraan, of 1019 SW
liami. returned recent-
seminar on advanced
Jce subjects held by the
Insurance Company,
company's home office
Ik City.
Ithe week-long seminar
fide Home Life field lin-
ed Fund of Dade Coun-
autonomous, non-profit
organized by Dade's
|ii/, ns to consolidate
rate charity drives into
campaign.
for Advanced Insurance Study
derwriters with the latest available
information on the solution of in-
dividual and business problems
through modern insurance cover-
ages.
Dickman joined Home Life's Mi-
ami agency as a "planned estates"
field underwriter last January.
A graduate of the University of
Pittsburgh, Dickman was an admin-
istrator for the United Service Or-
ganization during World War U and
has been both an administrator and
director for several welfare and re-
ligious organizations since that
time. He is married and has two
children.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Rabbi Stern certainly displays a
dazzling degree of virtuosity in his
field of knowledgeas his letter
m your last week's issue indicates.
Unfortunately, the tight intellect-
uahzing he elicits in his Talmudic
reasoning does not extend to his
deductions.
days being sophisticated and not
parents, then someone must take
over for them, and I can think of
no one better than the schools.
SIDNEY KASSOWITZ
Miami Beach
In his reply_.jp Air. MindlirCs.col-
umn of Oct. 25. Rabbi Stern de"
dares: "I would like to comment does
upon one aspect of the contro-
versy." He then produces as fine
a bit of scholarly hair-splitting as
I am sure ever was. But it has
nothing whatever to do with Mr.
Mindlin's column.
Rabbi Stern's letter is merely
a reply to the quote which Mr.
Mindlin attributes to Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
El, who according to Mr. Mind-
lin's column, reluctantly went
along with the Sukkoth decilion
on the basis of his theological
reservations.
r'/r-
re a Share in the State of Israel!
Assist in the Establishment of the
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A Project of the Jewish National Fund
PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THE DINNER
December 8th at the Crown Hotel
for Reservations Call it 8-6464
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i
kr Per
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Chairman
I
Save! for vacation,Christmas,education, i
home or car, emergencies, future security...
Save where saving is
If Rabbi Stern has an ideological
quarrel with his colleague in the
matter of these reservations, that
is his business. As I read the col-
umn, it seems to me that the basic
issue is a violation of traditional
separation of church and state
functions according to U.S. tradi-
tion.
Rabbi Stern may know what he
is about from a theological point
of view, but he is a long way off
base in his "reply" to Leo Mindlin.
DR. WILLIAM HARTMAN
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
If Jfcbbj .St^rn insists. Jhat, Mr.
Katz can speak for himself, why
Rabbi Stern speak for Mr.
Katz and himself both? And how
about Mr. Katz speaking for him-
self?
My children were not on the
beaches and movies. And I am
grateful they do not attend a high
school where the principal decides
with some rabbi when they are ex-
cused.
Leo Mindlin is right. If these
people do not have a guilty con-
seiche^ lb,e^ should Jiau -after
what they've done.
MRS. FLORA WOLFE
Miami
Fund in Urgent Plea for Help
Continued from Page 1A
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Rabbi Stern's letter in last week's
issue merely justifies Mr. Mindlin's
position and is a perfect answer
to those who try to bring religion
into the public schools.
A dictatorship of the Orthodoxy
is no less a dictatorship just be-
cause they claim to be "right."
Every dictator has always insist-
ed his way is the only right one.
JOSEPH SCHALK
Coral Gables
- are being held by C and I II,
Turner said, in attempts to solicit
all businesses canvassed prior to
the beginning of actual solicitation
the last week of November.
The business solicitation should
be completed by Nov. 17, Turner
added, since that is United Furx'
Sunday, beginning of the house-to-
house part of the drive.
Other divisions of UF havo been
kicking off their solicitation drives
during the week.
All professional divisions
dentists, doctors, architects, law-
yers, engineers and accountants
have started their work.
Miami Beach which-is holding
a separate drive from the rest of
Greater Miami has also begun
most of its pre-United Fund Sun-
day solicitation.
United Fund of Dade County is a
formed here to consolidate all
health and welfare drives into one
annual campaign.
Fifty-five agencies including
United Cerebral Palsy, the latest
additionand the causes of Heart
and Cancer, belong.
Overall goal for the drive, which
ends Dec. 12, is $3,207,707.
Dentist to Speak
At Women's Meet
Dr. Leonard Frantz, Miami ortho-
dontist, will be speaker at a Beth
Israel Sisterhood membership des-
sert luncheon Tuesday noon.
Mrs. I. H. Mellman will be hos-
tess at her home, 3437 Prairie
ave.
Dr. Frantz will accompany his
topic, "Oral Habits of Childhood,"
nonprofit, self-ruling corporation,' with explanatory slides.
SALES and SERVICE
RE MEMBER-
PICK-UP and DELIVERY
MMIM
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
It it's true, I think it's terrible,
children being absent for a Jewish
holiday and praying in the movies.
Mr. Katz was right and had the
right idea.
When I was young, It was a firm
I parental hand kept us mindful of
our duties Jewish and otherwise.
If parents are too busy these
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+Jeistrk*kMan
Center Executives To Meet in
rector of rfc,
Third annucl J ::al Fund dinnei Sealed are Dr. Zev Kogan,
aittoe meets at ] -1 hotel to pian Der. 8 N xb Goodman Daniel Broad, Rabbi
meeting here. Standing left to :. Be Mc V Abrarr.owitz. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
jcrnin Appel. Kairy Koretzky, Saul Ashkenazy be:g, and Jacob Fishman.
Heiman to Chair
JNF for New
Village in Israel
.1 Heiman will be cha
ihe third annual dinner of the
Jewi-h National Fund Council of
Greater Miami. Daniel M Broad.
1 -idest. announced this
The function will be ko>her and
of
thf natim Vaad Ha-
k.-hr..:h Broad said
Purpose of the d':nn*r is fo
establish Nachlat Miami Rabat.
Greater Miami Workers Vil-
lage on the Syrian border of
Israel.
- village of defence will be
of hundreds being e>tablished
; the l>raeh border as a buffer
ility and infiltra-
the co-chairmen declared. ,
It is a great opportunity for I
Greater Miami to participate in
this important program of defence
an/1 colonization. It is also a great i
tribute and challenge to the Jev.i-h
-V:u>nal Fund Council"'
I.
SAM J. HUMAN
Vets' Program
Due at Monticello
Veterans' Day Sabbath program
will be held during Friday evening
services of Monticello Park Con-
gregation.
Participating will be North Mi-
ami Beach Post 682 of the Jewish
War Veterans and the following:
Norton Leff. post commander;
Harold Brown. Monticello Park
president: Maurice Wachs. past
commander of Post 682; Arthur
Snyler. Monticello past president;
Irving Steinberg, past commander;
and Hy Novinson, congregation
pa.-t president.
Mrs. Irving Steinberg. JWV Aux-
iliary president, will bless the Sab-
bath candles.
'The Role of the Jewish Center
Worker in Conflict Situations" will
highlight the annual meeting and
iiisiiiute of the Southern chapter of
the National Assn. of Jewish Cen-
ter Workers Tuesday and Wedne
day at the Roosevelt hotel in New
Orleans.
Leading the meeting, which is
co-sponsored with the Souther;:
Section of the Jewish Welfare
Board and the Bureau of Personnel
and Training of the National Jew
ish Welfare Board, will be Eman-
uel Berlatsky, director of person-
nel and training for NCWB.
Members e* tha panel will In-
clude Jack Dauber, executive di-
Community Ce*!^l
Harr> Barron. nepiJJ
ation. win serve a|(
wn- I" addition to Jf
",In"n chapter J
'!- annual biwnes,
election of 0fficeri
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peal campaign chairman for 1955
and 195, is a director of the
Jewish Home for the Aoed and
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center. He is a chairman in
this year's United Jewish Ap-
peal Emergency Rescue Fund.
\ former member of the VJA
campaign cabinet, he is pa-t vice
ent of the Greater Miami
Federation, vice prei-!ent
Southern Section of the
: Jewish Fede:
Wehare r a member
IMS UJA SI
In addi'.. .-,r. was a dele-

ice in Paris France.
155 and an honorary escort of
the iirst refugees tron behind the
aej ir. '.ne same
abac of the
inty Welfare Council.
Federation Clarifies Mixup in Press;
Combined Appeal Not in United Fund
Greater Miami Jewish Federation this week stressed the fact
I that the Combined Jewish Appeal is not included in the United Fund.
According to Aaron M. Kanner. Federation president, necessity
,for the clarification followed publication of news articles in Miami's
morning daily which led to some confusion about the CJA-UF relation
>ship.
Presidents Asked
To 'Coffee1 Meet
Pre>ident< of Miami Beach w have been in-
vited to attend a coffee at
e of Mrs. Carl Su>skind. 4501 John
!us dr.. Monday at 10 a.m.
The group will conduct an Be-
ll di-cu.-siun an ; he h:s
" Federal
in the i
(. i mbined Jewi-h Appeal cam-
.11.
Ad(': B pr^^
will be Mrs. Aaron Fair and
other leaders of the Worn.
In the Federation communica-
tion, which was prepared with the
know ledge of the United Fund, and
distributed to CJA contributors, it
-- pointed out that:
Three CJA beneficiaries are
in the United Fund: Jewish
Family Service. Jewish Home
for the Aged, and Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter. These are the only CJA
agencies that will receive a
part of their operating fundt
from UF, and the Combined
Jewish Appeal will continued
to supply the remainder of the
deficits of these three organi-
zations.
\ will al-o continue to be the
re fund rai-.ng cam;
<"r BO Jeariah .
J Jti'l 09) agen-
cies uhich have alwa> been in
and will continue to be support-
ed by the Combined Jewish
Appeal
In a letter to pre>. > K.mner.
B. Turner, campaign chair-
I the United Fund, exp-
the coopera-
tion which the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Ferif ration is (Mag :
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November 8, 1957
+Jewish noridian
Paqe 7 A
Simkowitz New GMJCC President

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Cantor, a leading force in Israel Bond campaign since
fception, accepts position of national chairman of "Builders
jel" at economic mobilization conference for Israel, which
led intensive fall drive in United States and Canada to
minimum of $75,000,000 in 1957 through sale of Israel
Abraham Feinberg (right), president of Israel Bond
zation, is shown presenting Cantor with specially-made
trowel, symbol of Builders of Israel, purchasers of one or
53,000 Israel Housing Bonds. .
id Union Opens
fa-Modern Store
I. Miami Area
[Crand Union Company, op-
of Miami's own B-Thrifty
larkets. opened its first corn-
modern supermarket under
inrl Union name Wednesday
lg with a ribbon cutting
rny at 9 a.m., Mayor Thomas
N. Miami, officiating,
[now market is located at 450
5th st., just off West Dixie
new Grand Union super-
rill be on* of the largest
lami, with approximately
sq. ft. of floor area and
inine, and if completely air-
Ptioned. The market has
check-out booths to spaed
ping. There is parking for
325 cars, used exclusively for
Grand Union customers.
Isidore B. Simkowitz was Sunday
elected president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
at GM.K ( \ seventh annual meet-
ing in the diLido hotel.
A former vice president of
GMJCC, Simkowitz was a leader
of the Center's Beach Branch for
many years, where he also served
as chairman of the budget commit-
tee and a member of the executive
committee.
He is now chairman of the per-
sonnel committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and
has been active in the Combined
Jewish Appeal and the Welfare
Planning Council.
Other officers elected with Sim
kowitz were: to the new post of
honorary president, Mrs. Milton
Sirkin; vice presidents, A. Budd
Cutler. Leon A. Epstein, Seymour
Gelber, Joseph Masters. Sam Seit-
lin; treasurer, Stuart Winston; fi-
nancial secretary, William Suss-
man; recording secretary, Irving
Lax; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Solomon Kann.
An inscribed silver serving tray
was presented to Mrs. Sirkin by
Stanley C. Myers, former GMJCC
and Federation president, in recog-
nition for her three years of lead-
ership as outgoing president. An-
other presentation made at this
function was a club charter, which
The ultra-modern supermarket
will have a number of features
pioneered by Grand Union, now
the tenth largest food chain in the
nation. These include extra-wide,
angled aisles, warm decorative in-
terior colors, distinctive depart-
mental designations, low-lying gon-
dolas which enable the customer
to survey'the entire store, and a
Food-O-Mat.
This latter feature is a gravity-
fad grocery display and dispens-
ing fixture) invented and design-
ed by Lansing P. Shield, presi-
dent of the Grand Union Com-
pany.
The fixture insures freshness
through rapid stock rotation and
provides easy, eye-level selection
for the customer.
General manager of the new
North Miami Grand Union is Lewis
H. Saunders, formerly general
served to mark the beginning of
the issuance of charters to all of
the Center's 50 youth clubs.
The symbolic charter in the new-
ly-organized "Jewish Center Youth"
movement, sponsored by GMJCC,
was presented by Center executive
director Efraim II. Gale to Shari
Richman. president of the Tri Beta
girls club. The club, which has
been in existence for 30 yca-s, fa
the oldest established group in the
agency.
Guest speaker John Turner,
campaign chairman for United
Fund, welcomed GMJCC into the
family of agencies which will
benefit from the Fund campaign.
He praised "the high standards
established by GMJCC," as well
as other Jewish agencies affili-
ated with the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Turner said he hoped that this
cooperative enterprise with United
Fund would mark the "taking of
their rightful place in the commun-
ity at large" on the part of the
Jewish agencies.
Rabbi Morris Skop, president of
'Pumpkin Donee' Sunday
Amity 28 Club of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
will hold a "Pumpkin Dance" at
the Beach Branch of the Center,
1536 Bay rd., Sunday evening.
BBG Dance Slated Here
On Saturday, Nov. 16, 'Nai 'Rith
chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls will
hold a "Let's Get Acquainted"
dance in the Island room of the
Alcazar hotel.
manager of the B-Thrifty store on
NE 130th st. Assisting him will be
Dale Burton, grocery manager;
William Leuchtmann, meat manag-
er; Alston Gonzales. produce man-
ager; and Jerry McManus, non-
foods manager.
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of Food-O-Mat showing how shopper
see complete line of products processed
different manufacturers without wasting
time and energy in walking up and down and
around'long gondolas.
the Greater Miami Rabbin'cal
Assn., offered the invocation.
Greetings were also given by
Aaron Kanner, Federation presi-
dent. Other remarks were by Mrs.
Sirkin and Gale. Chairman of
the meeting was A. Budd Cutler.
Nominations committee report wa3
presented by Fred K. Shochet.
The following members were
elected for one year terms:
ONE FEAR- Charles Adelnuw, Mr-).
Ml Saimi. I Bloch, Mr -
Jack Carmel. I Inward Dunn, ''I
J BhrJieh, Htmnr Feldman, Judge
Milton Ki ledman, Mra. Stanle> Pi
Henry tlarlson, Martin Heller, Joseph
l[oroM-ttSi 1 man K ". Irvln '
Mrs. Benjamin Kaser, William
Rneapler, .la'-k Lerapert. Shines H.
Palmer, Rand) I olanaks. Col N. U
R.....I. Anarel i:s". Irving Si.il, Morris
Mis Mfi III V J, g ;. h-l All. I
.1. Stern, Mis. William Bussmnn, Mia
Israel Waxman, Mrs. Julius Welner.
TWO TEARSMilton Balsam, Leo
i 'hit ill. ii. A. Budd Cutler, Arthur De-
futa, Leon A. Epstein, Mis. Dorothy
Kii'k. Seymour Gelber, s. J. Helman,
Qua Jacobean, Mis Bolomon Kann,
Leon Kaplan, Irving Lax, J< soph Mas-
ter*. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs
Orllfc.
Bam Beltlin, i-r.ii Bewail, i-'red K.
Shochet, Isidore B. Simkowitz. Mrs.
jeorae Blmon, Milton sirkin. Mllin
Spool, Sidney Stiller, Mis Carl Buee-
kind, William SuMsinan, Bernard B.
Weksler, Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Carl
w.inkle, Stuart Winston, Mra. Bamuel
Zll.il
For City Councilman of Hialeah
IffiTP WALTER J. McLELLAN
Y U I E Tuesday, Nov. 12th
A Businessman for A Business Administration
YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED -
"THANKS FOR YOUR
2,732 VOTES"
Better working conditions with a fairer pay standard
tor city employees and bringing bock fo the people
of Hialeah a government of the people, hy the people,
and for the people.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
BE SURE TO VOTE
Re-Elect
ROY F. WOODRUFF
YOUR HIALEAH COUNCILMAN
"Will CONTINUE TO WORK FOR A BETTER HIAIEAH"
PULL THE LAST LEVER FIRST 11-A
!! i'..! A'lv
GOOD GOVERNMENT. IS YOUR PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY
Continue to Protect Your Investment in Hialeah
M.E. (Mill) THOMPSON
"ACTION SPtAKS
LOUDER THAN WORDS"
PULL LEVER 10-A
1. INDEPENDENT -
PROVEN ABIE HONEST
2. RESIDENT 34 Years
3. QUALIFIED Businessman
4. ACTIVE in Civic Affairs, Church,
School, Fraternal, Laber, far
many years
5. ABIE Member of your Council
6. MARRIED 26 years, 3 children,
2 grandchildren
YOUR CONTINUED
SUPPORT APPRECIATED
A Councilman for All
the People
THANKS FOR YOUR VOTE
IN THE PRIMARY
I'd. Pol. Adv.
NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE
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Hebrew Academy Patrol lists MadmU from
Academy's junior high department, who will
police student body. Left \c boat are
Ann Yedlin. Leonard Kornreich. Leon Firtel,
Robert Andron. Faith Reinhard. Top row or?
Ronald Deblinger. Michael Bercun. Daniel
Arcncf! David Shapiro. Howard Lauer. Ar-
?hur Spotter. Leslie Fuchs, .Judah Ever and
Lcnv CimenL
Guarantee Program Grinds to Halt
Continued from Ptgt 1 A
barl M Beers, chief of the
DIG Division of the I'r.ited SI
In; | vi a>
to b : official-
ed Wednesdav. He is due I
.V 29.
- b>
Bernard Kat^en. a consultant to
Hialeah luncheon Slated
ah Miami
Spr .nces
r.ter
Thun he
S Klvin
Jacob Cohen In
at ion art Mr-
airman and Mrs
Harry Beck, co-chairr
Secretary
- ^25.000 ia I>rael pound>
accumulated under the IMG pnv
Ar i?sue of whether Mr. Ket-
ren re*ored to political patrorv
age in distributing the U.S. funds
to v*ri-us orivare undertakings
in Israel was raised in Congress.
Subsequently Senate Foreign
Relations Subcommittee demand-
ed a complete review of the Kat-
zen operation mi IMG functions
in Israel.
Mr Beer* informed chairrr.an
sfield <>i :hr S. : ,
e'?n !' subcommittee, when
ned a'xwt the Katzen rec-
American
lor 1-rael had been placed
. pcr.-e'* and waj "uni
ing review within our agency and
in the State Department."
The United States Information
\-vncy hj- not i--u.-d any new
IMG contracts for Israel since the
R Una matier was rai.ed by the
S .ite body, a government source
said. The whole Israeli program
vd> described as suspended and
"under review "
Lasi year Katren. a New York Re-
publican Committee consultant on
Jewish affair*, was setn to Israel by
Mr. Dulles to recommend benefic-
iaries of Israel pounds that had ac-
crued to theaccunt of the U.S.
Treasury through DIG activities in
Israel.
2 Numbers Added
To UM Program
Frances Yeend. soprano, has add-
ed two numbers to the University
of Miami Symphony program on
which she is scheduled to appear
Nov. 17 and 18.
Approved by Bettor Villa-Lohos.
guest conductor for the second
University of Miami Symphony
this season, the arias are "Elsa's
Dream." from "Lohengrin." and
"Dich Theure Halle." from "Tann-
h:niser Both of the compositions
arp by Richard Waener. They will
replace the second part of Villa-
! Lobo-.' "Chant en Orchestra."
The "Four Oamas Sinfonicas,"
| which will have its world pre-
miere at the November concerts,
; was written at the request of
Brazilian Villa-Lobes. Its com-
] poser, Julian Orbon. is a resi-
I dent of Havana.
Orbon was born in 1925, and his
| Oral musical training was guided
by his father. Later he continued
hi-, musical studies with Jose Arde-
vol.
In 1946. he studied with Aaron
Copland at the Berkshire Music
Center.
Orbon was one of three com-
posers, including Carlos Chavez
and Juan Jose Castra, to receive
the Juan Dandaeta Prize of $5,000.
He is now working on a new com-
position commissioned by the
Serge Koussevitsky Music Founda-
tion and the Library of Congress.


"'" hold memLlBn-
bmnch Sunday ?** 3
fiers hotel, membe^r^
day Drive for '****
wnlinueintoDecemh^?1^!
" far hLftW
curing newraemlS,11"*"
Goodwill ~GmTfL,
Goodwill GrupP J*
ami will hold a iuncLr'*
Party Thursday S*Lm*
'can Ha,.. l^&S
James Augus CroJJ{i
Knpple and Mar> Fe,drru^l
hostesses for ,he daj.
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Judge Greenberg Honored
Judge Harry" Arthur Greenberg.
first \\ ..r-hipful Master of Surfside
Masonic Lodge, has been honored
by the Supreme Council of the
Scottish Rite lor the Southern Jur
isdiction of the United States by
being deM^nated to be invested
with the rank and honor of Knight
Commander of the Court of Honor,
along with eight other designees in
Dade county. Judge Greenberg is
presently the only Mason in the
Miami Beach area to hold this hon-
or. The ceremonies of Investiture
will take place in January. 1958 at i
the Miami Scottish Rite Temple.
NrWYoAGty
Kosher -ocst at Michel's finds Cantor and Mrs. William W
W$c ^w i-Belh ?^ Congregation joining the Allan
b*offs of Washington. D.C.. in a pre-dinner drink. Michel's
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r, November 8, 1957
-Jewish ncrkUan
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}pen House to Give
iami Chance to See
jew Sinai Going Up
Lrc than 3,000 persons arc expected to attend the gala open
larty at the site of the new Mt. Sinai Hospital on Collins Island,
\}Um rd., this Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m.
\t K.mdall N (,'hrisjmas of
[will head an impressive list
|icipal, county and state of-
as well as hospital and
L{ leaders ol the area, who
|n the festivities.
firman Dan B. Ruskin, of
It. Sinai Hcoital develop-
[fi-rH said Wednesday that
oard of trustees is inviting
lib1 it ti \h-. "flrty. "so that
ran see tht progress of
ic!'"-\ on the new hospital.
member of our commu-
tan ta! demerit."
kin pointed out that no for-
fogram is planned for the
land that there will be no
Jtion of funds. "The keynote
informality and fun."
iIkis of the Women's Auxi-
vill serve refreshments. All
attending will receive a
or framed picture of the
pspital as a memento of the
Ample parking facilities
provided, Ruskin added.
uel Gertner, hospital execu-
n i tiir. said the new Mt Sinai
juled for completion in De-
1958.
eight-story air-conditioned
lire will house complete
fral hospital and teaching fa-
k, with 300 beds, expand-
lo 4S0 beds.
Each of the nursing floors will
contain 40 to 45 rooms which could
be either private or semi-private
with a maximum of 66 patients,
and all supervised from a central
nurses station. Each floor will also
have a visitors' waiting room, a
day room for patients, a treatment
room and a conference room.
The first and second flpors will
c ntain the service and administra-
tive areas.
Utilizing the most modern labor
and step-saving devices, the new
Mt. Sinai Hospital will have silent
type doctors' paging and audio-
visual nurses call system, a 14-
station pneumatic tube system,
centralized dictation stations at
each nursing floor for doctors, and
two closed circuit television sys-
tems.
One closed circuit television
system will be installed in the
pediatrics rooms on the fifth
floor, with control and view box-
es at the nurses station, provid-
ing instant observation of pa-
tients. The system has also been
designed for future installation
in acute medical and surgical
rooms.
A second closed circuit tele-
vision system will be installed for
teaching purposes, with a control
room adjoining one of the major
operating rooms and viewing sta-
th and Irvin Korach, of Mi- Uons ln the auditorium and meet-
pach. working with Dr. Her-
. Smith, of Chicago, national-
ly hospital consultant. They
the structure after almost
i of study and planning.
architectural plan included
Ing maximum privacy, for
and it will be impossible
across the corridor from
ticnt's room into another, or
a window from one room
Bother.
patient room will have an
ructed view of either Bis-
Bay and the Miami skyline
Miami Beach towards the
Pc Ocean.
plan segregates all the
of mechanical equipment,
lors and nurses' work into
pentral location, minimizing
disturbing elements from
tients' rooms.
ing rooms.
The new hospital is a joint proj-
ect of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and Mt. Sinai Hospital
of Greater Miami. Max Orovitz is
president of the hospital.
Fifth lecture in Series
Due at Spinoza Forum
Fifth lecture in the series on
"The Art of Living" will be given
by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Saturday
evening at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct.
The topic is "Learn to Like Peo-
ple You Have to Live with
Them."
At :30 p.m., Dr. Jacques Fresco
will address the forum. A question
and answer period follows.
P
Mt. Sinai Hospital's new building goes up, up,
up on Collins bland. Towering in rear is hos-
pital's present site. Nov. 10 open house will
mark reaching of second story.
Kanner Wisi Stead Miami Delegation
To Federation Welf are Fund Meet;
Myers, Rosenberg, Casse! in Talks
.ionwr;;nHMHKanncr r;i;,cm ,,f ,hc Grea,pr m jish "* ^^X^^z^t^l
.ion. will head a record delegation from the Miami area to the 26th
annual General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds to be held Nov. 14 to 17 in New Orleans,
Stanley C. Myers, former national
critical issues confronting the na-
tion: civil rights, church-slate re-
lationships, immigration and rela-
tion of the Jewish community to
these problems.
The 26th annual General Assem-
bly will also witness the presenta-
president of the CJFWF. Alvin tas-
sel, and Dr. Benjamin B. Rosen-
berg, executive director of Federa-
tion, will take major roles in the
proceedings.
Myers will be chairman of a
workshop session on Friday
morning, Nov. 15, dealing with
recruitment of professional per-
sonnel. This workshop will as-
sess programs developed by sev-
eral cities since the last assembly
and will project further plans for
overcoming the severe personnel
shortage in the year ahead.
Cassel will preside as chairman
of the Large Cities Budgeting
Workshop. He is chairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
budget committee and a member of
the board of governors and execu-
tive committee.
Dr. Rosenberg will act as Coun-
cil consultant to a series of three
concurrent workshops Nov. 15 con-
cerned with the planning of 1958
community campaigns throughout f|
the country.
Other sessions of the four-day
conference will explore the goals
and outlook for Jewish life in
America, review ten years of aid
to Israel and will deal with the | which comprise
standing achievement in social
welfare and the second annual Ed-
win Rosenberg Award for disting-
uished individual leadership fur-
thering cooperation among Jewish
programs and agencies.
The General Assembly is the an-
nual meeting of 225 Federations,
welfare and community councils
the CJFWF.
st architect's view of Mt. Sinai upon completion ol eight-
' building.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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These workshops will analyze
"earmarking," practical planning
and organization policies and
methods in the perspective of
1958 responsibilities.
Other Greater Miami leaders who
will attend the General Assembly
include Sam J. Heiman, a vice pres-
ident of the Southeastern region of
the Council. Dr. Morris Goodman,
chairman of the 1958 Combined
Jewish Appeal, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Friedman. Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff, Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Simkowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Thurman. Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, Mrs. Morris Goodman, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Kurman, Fred K.
Shochet and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Rabinowitz.
Herbert R. Abeles. o Newark.
N.J., Council president, declared
that the workshop sessions form
"the working heart of the Assem-
bly! Every major problem faced !
by Jewish communities in building
strong community organization,
raising and spending funds for
overseas and domestic services, and
planning for vital health and wel-
fare services, is represented in the
Assembly program."
More than 100 Jewish commun-
ity leaders, from every part of the
United States and Canada, will
head the workshops.
"Social Planning" will account
for seven of the assembly work-
shop sessions. Three workshoos
will discuss problems of 1958
campaigning, and another three
sossions will deal with budget-
ing. Two workshops will develop
plans for local year-round inter-
pretation. Other workshops will
be held on recruitment of profes-
s i o n a I personnel. Federation
trust and reserve funds, end
women's communal services.
TURN THE LAST KEY FIRST
TO ELECT
RAYMOND (RAY)
E. TURNER
YOUR MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER (Group 5)
NATIVE FLORIDIAN MIAMIAN SINCE 1925
A Businessman for a Business Administration
INDEPENDENT ABLE HONEST
"ACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS"
LOWER TAXES
CLEAN UP AND BEAUTIFY THE CITY
TURN TO TURNER
FOR BETTER
CITY GOVERNMENT
'Your Vote and Support Appreciated Nov. 19"
IM. Pol, Adv.
VOTE FOR ALVAH LEE
HEFTY
for
Miami City
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ffff. %JO Mf.YM.TY--
Kefauver Committee Victim Vindicated; Exquisite Book
MY PARTNER-IM-4.AW: TkLHt< 1 Mtin Levy.
By Marvin W. LiMttM as MM ta Kyle GricMw. 2S
pw, Nm Yar*: Farrar Straw, antf Ctrdahy. S4.M.
READERS WITH LOMG MOMnrs Par this country s la-
* dignities may recall petrated by the Kefauver Committee The Owmiitte.
w h.oh none will deny end Us portioa of good Kefauver.. aas also gwihy of sloppy haadheg m other
cases, and. so far as the pahiar mind is concerned, left
hinging accused many people who were later exonerated
One of these men is j^he_f|mu, Mai iyrr George Mor-
ton Levy The booaVas concerted faQi Martin Littleton, a
r court oppantnl of Levy's before reeonung his part-
ner, partly as a may of setting the record straight Little-
ton had sat on the nitlmti during the 0
and -steamed with rage Were these
dank hints and aadgmg; of the truth aimgang mat a ti
ptctare of my friend?"
Bat the book is Btore than a defense or. as 1
tan prefers, an attack on the Committee. Far from being
a -Mimnirnti) bore." possibility of which Littleton had
acknowledged, it is fast, forceful and funny. Somewhat
in the manner of Ouenlin Reynolds" 'Courtroom." Levy
is seen larger*' through accounts of his more famous and
mu hilarious cases. Side glimpses also abound, like
George's habit of hacking off the sleeves of his shirts, and
of dropping his cigar ashes into his middle desk drawer.
This as not to say that the book is one long laugh.
There are serious parts, and Littleton gets in several plea*
for American ideals. One of these is in connection wrth
George s defense for -Lucky" Luciano in 1998, George
having been thoroughly stigmatized by the Kefauver Com-
mittee and the newspapers as "Luciano's lawyer." with
-the inference being allowed to linger that George was not
only legally representing Luciano but that he was part of
the Luciano gang and vice empire Littleton takes a
rodhsaic swing at guilt by association: "It is the very
fact that even the most case-hardened criminal can get a
hearing that makes the law such hi
justice. When the da, eome, thj "?* J
elude .n this the blackest conce,^ g^
counsel because lawyers fear that ?**<*%
Levy, who also founded and brourit ,
Booeevelt Raceway on Long IslandT^'0
have ever known." Littleton saw .. fi*l
book, be certainly sounds little like the?*1 *
tee first smeared, then apoW.d tToEft*
he s definitely not dull: "* N
THE BOOK Of RUTH. Woodcut, L j^,
CaJliaraph, by Eramrst. Baruch pla
Jwah PwbJicatiti Society
o' Aimrita. an.
Mff.rO.Y
M.4 Y
Handbook Helps U.S. Hurdle Word Barrier
EFFORTS OF ISRAELI arw Americas dm) am at s to
* ta ~* language have be-. ited by an official
of the ". :s I-brary of Congress
.eding is obsnuie enough without the con-
S ~ a help bring Israel and America
vr m mutual andir'laiidaag, I>r Lawrence
ad a hand hook that would define all sons
and tbhrn imam
instance no existing Hebrew dictionary defines
M< But rr Marwi.-t > r>ew handbook erplaia'
r. aPbrev istaon for Memshaiet h>
H diplomat > have wondered about the mean-
aei. tent M.H Tbe Mar-
dhoot explains that MJ= is ar abhreviatioB of
o: ForeigB Affairs."
Tbe new Handbook of DanlomiTic Hebrew- reflects
ranents and coaaages arising m the world of
cm*omacy anc politics. K irlunrr journalese and even
ntrodnced by the rocket age of science The
: Washington DC the handbook's dts-
tnhetor. noted a demand indicating extensive interest by
non-Jews an model a Hebrew Many copies have been or-
dered by US Government agencies, leading universities
and religious seminaries of various faiths
Dr MarwK-k is chief of the Congressional Library's
Hebraic Section Tbe need for the handbook became ap-
parent in the course of Dr Harwich's daily work. He
received frequent requests for information from govern-
ment agencies and translators. Scholars throughout the
rvatxm found existing dictionaries inadequate and sought
aid
Although a Hebrew scholar has no difficulty in fol-
lowing general contexts, few possess the training and qual-
ifications necessary to render precisely and concisely texts
of a diplomatic nature Dr. Marwick set himself tbe
extra cumcular task of supplying a handbook to fill this
need
A study of new Hebrew words ahjcineJ that immigra-
tion, rescue of refugees,
rty and defense are
polio Their vocabularies are part and parcel of
tic Hebrew
iVf M ffW
Problems of a Postmaster--Sii.ce Dr. Franklin
'E C*li> ^.mf. .;, .r America was rua
rael
r S: V ... i ,. \. ..- i
-** Burt. who at
' .--<' Bonds, u aisc a Doctor of Phi
-he fianaha he can boast that h
- a aefaaL aaoutwj. Dr.
Burs bofcc ahwt it
MAM0LB f Mat 4L#H
Cleveland Blames Hank
raeb past office includes telegraph, radio
Hank was wrriaty bur! h. .a*
>*sehfcl. has beer has whale We
b* he mas *%(cbu9 dsa..
t*s chase an am a
rr~irm uf the stack m the chah hut hac i
themeewng Ami he remuuaed proud f
1 am prnmL- he smd ^of my reiwrc m
1 "
baa anal than my mark ac
"* urns year the Indians
SHLuud. amt thu car wrn** -tin -~
-d7 m XSBS This year. mMh the
" *"* arriim^ and the talhm
the ladums drew only **m *vm ~
l Qewnmnal^ hm* kMM fIHhe"lle,Uj
If HnMaVfltatR XI tW atadSnatk 1 tteafatat it *C
lahmachean
mxi meKart'
ay nrrrate corporations. If pan
he A TAT and Western I aaoa and added them to
the L\S Post Office Deparonent. he poanu out. the Amer-
caa past ofxke wuuM aim show a profit.
When Ben Frank,ha ran the pest office it
**- FTanlcani at the same time was editing a
**** Prani most was tbe chance of reedm
pert n-hick came thraagh has hands. There was no
service like AJ ar l' m those days The nearest .
b ta see the other papers. 11 pa saflji "list
a fittie town with
Lmcom was a
the Hebrew Shalom, he
of the tama ami they say Abe.
carry the letters along m
LLJ maaflnnl mark. Yoa eat* put aaail order cat.
r annum af Lde under your hat ar jaiwaB.7^ The
papers are not so bag hat yaa coaidnl pat Davar
r ynur hat either
aeopie hegamaag a letter say
Jane 1 tafce nt> per ir hand' or Hsu i the oM
wapor nut if ya. hmk at the aid Jewish letters -
^etaf TalmuoK ume hama ^etm ^^
your peace ae great.' awaaaasmad ta yaa ar
9&SBL SAi^KTKM =
Can Israeli Immigrate
VJ*!L *" *endar year mst ,
J^*LT* am^. *"*L recard far the
^^* HaVaBaVBal flgatH naVT *%am
^^-B*,mlBa. ^^^
""Ts antal pnpulatmn B mmman
i at thus tne am
JME JEWISH PUBLICATION Society of Ab-J
effort to attract reader- a-dmmBJ^J
of the Bible separately and ir i; thev rH '
tory as incredible understan The B*7r
appeared about five years Tb. bJJl
has been issued, h is one of the most shieAl
hooks I have ever seen.
Not set in type.' it wa- 4-nttea B
Hebrew by Frannsca Baru mtofihS
of paper-money for the Stat< | ;.raeL h D JJ
original woodcuts by Jacob St mhardt. forno*i
of the Bezalel School in Jeru-^.fii. The ajjl
lines of his figures are ae- arilt
grounds, mutely evoking the nthneai of
in the severity of Biblical m r.
I rarely go commercial, but this unsM i
quiMte gift, any time, to any -r.
HERBERT G. U FT-
Book Dies on Scree.
IRWaM ALLESTS star-studded productim of Thl
af atamkaad' ptattd to be quite a disasaouitmif
at Warner Bros. Sloans. Tbi
did not live up ta ear own expectation Tbi.
values of Hendnk van Loan's best seller prevail aba
frame of the story which takes place before at i-1
High Ti ihaasl maw a hi n nuter space.
tnaald Caiman. Vincent Price and Sir Corntl
wicke give excellent readings Hosever. th? aid
movie ilaa ill ling wurid histon and the
of cmlixataon m an alMoo-sketc r.;. ptctare postcail
wrth a great deal af stock footaee froai earlier I'
spectacles, ts eaaaanasasajdy bad in every renal
Hedy *--------Varghua Ma> and Mane Waaj
performances which a said not be adeoaate I aW
play Peter Lane as Mere and Harpc Man uj
ndic. The ep!
Peter Minoit byn|l
the aadaans > u ,:uily poxtahlj
the least. Tfce maaenre aavorriBf FraansX"
the vaace of God from above is offeasnN
Israeli actress Zira Boaaasiull
eaajcubise bat we
detect her oa the screen
I am sure that the many Bat acton r-
this venture are not at fault Tbey were kauaam
a arrant whach wraaas its way ~ j 't-noas caow
<- -:- *
r Kay* win team wrth French f^fH
, Jurg^-rtmcastdilj
Me ni C**J
A Fraace N '
-5btt "SaVa
SBew.ilbeseaitbtF
af the Potah Oamnel 'Curt Jargen^. r-r|
the advamrseg Xans wttk ***j2[
Kaye before the tan* >
f Jareh haaaaBry and the
die Eas-
mt
m headlines anc is
for the ..aim.him***?*****
be iiaahul aa aane ma* the aautn^V^s jo*4
af steim-


L November 8. 1957
LEGAL NOTICE
+Jmisti Fhrkttan
CERTIFICATE OF
(PORATE DISSOLUTION
JHE NAME AND BY THE
lORlTY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
To WHOM THEFE PRE-
1HAI I. COME, lillEETINiiS:
f 11*18 SPBI 'I'' Ml. MIAMI.
i JOSEPH A.' PERKINS,
I- l.oldOA. JOSEPHINE HER-
ii\, miami. li.' AID \ did on
|li day of .- I-1-. A.o 1950,
, in incorporated under ths
i- of tli general corporation
the Suite of Florida GENERAL
|CK AND .-MALI I. i i A N
.i corporation, with its ptin-
jllil.-f "I business ill MIAMI,
[COIN'TY, in the Stale of Flor-
whereas the proper office! V.
.. orporatlon iliii on the 28th
[October, ad. l.">7, cauae to he
nlfioe uf tin Seel .l.ii > <(
tit the suite of Florida, .1 duly
rated rssoluttan adopt, i by
rkholders under the pin.
Chapter 808, World* statute*.
Jq the dissolution of stub Corp*
therefore, the Seeretary of
ii hereby Certify to the fore-
i.l thai he la satisfied that the
fait i.ts nf law have lieen ooot-
Viiii.
WITNESS WHEREOF", l have
tfimtii set my hand and have
|xed the area) BaaJ of the state
Florida, at Tallahassee, the
oltal. this the TWENTY -
(tilllH day of OCTOBER. A.U.
R. A. OKAY
Secretary of State.
NOTICE UNDER
"ICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Berslgned, uc-nlnc to angina in
under the fietitious name Ol
B. P. AWNING at 3.">9:> N.W,
gt Miami, Intends to register
l with the flerk of the Cll
t ..i Dade County, Florida.
llNI'M KOLL-l'I' AWNING ft).
BENJAMIN
for Applicant*.
tir.il Way
8-22-28
NOTICE UNDER
"ICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
H IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
i signed, deslrlna t.. naaaa in
under the flcl items name i f
Utk trading and shipping
;ii Pacific Building, Miami.
Intend reBlator said n ima
i, i it hi the i 'in-uit i 'uurt of
ml \, l-li.i la
. .i i Partner
yi'E iJsiiM is.\ mis Partner
iN & GOLDSTEIN
fm Registrants
... Miami, IT..
i l".i
NOTICE UNDER
ICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
flfE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ti ned, da ring t i engage In
|iis under the fictitious ittme of
ENTERPRISES ..t 28 \ W. 17th
p, Miami Intends to register aid
[with the Clerk of the ciivuit
nl Dane County, Florida.
WEN ('i ILK, Sole Owner
pi, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN
for Applicant
|.W. 1st St., Miami. Kla.
V22-29
NOTICE UNDER
[FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i.l.i signed, desiring to engage 111
Inn under the fictitious name of
OWN HOTEL at I.-.6.". W.-st Ave-
etiaiui Beaeh 3'.i, Florida Intend
litter said name with the Clerk
circuit Court of Dade County.
IRVING I.. I'.EKK
I'.WH) M. HERKOWITZ
[ I. \\\ SI >N
for Irving E. Berk and
M Berkowita
B-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
Page ifA
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITiOUS NAME LAW
. K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
igned, desiring to engage in
mder tha flctltloua name of
'' FENCE CO. i MIAMI. B
.1 IED CHAIN LINK FENCE
MIAMI, at P.O. Ilov 198, S'.i.n
on, Miami I .. Plot Ma, In-
ii i. glater aald nafns with the
f tin- Circuit Court of Dade
Florida
VLES BV WS. JR., Sole owner
N S. hchwarts
1 for I nabs Iivans, Jr..
ii. e de I.e.in Blvd.,
table*, l-i.i.
82-28
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
i'H'IS HEREBY GIVKN tha'
|t.dersle:ned, desiring to ettgam in
under the I uUtloua '
ORSE TAVERN at Hi *W
|A>. nue. .Miami intends to register
.> m i.ii ii,, Clark of the CJr-
|<'"iirl of Dude Cent Florida
'illRRT c PIERCE, Sol.- Owner
pll'R A- GAR*'
hi. i ^ f..i Applicant
I* W. 1st St., Miami. Fla.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nil.'i 'signed, ileslrlnir to eimage in
. under the fictitious name of
a i.irxi;|.; una Collins An
Miami 11. a. h. Fla.. intrnds to
;i saiii name wMh I he Clark nf
"in uit Court of Dade e.iuntv.
-..,. 'SAAC KWIirltKI.
|M:tt ROTH
T'i.n for ApoMeant
i ll.i Miami Beach, Fla.
.,.,

NOTICE UNDER
FiCTITiOUS NAME LAW
['" IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
[ m d, devlilnt1 to em
- under the fietitious n me of
... I: l-oc .ifNlou TOWN a)
I I \v.-no. Mi iml, I
1 I ith the
Court of l >ade
I' y. CORP, (Sola own. 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' rnim-r
IN AND FOR DADE CouNTY
FLOR,Ni \?f RaOBAT*
In RE: J^ta/e0;./16*^
'ACorj 11 I.I M.\x
i *aceaaad,
_ NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
I" '' ami All P.TSR 11:1V_
Es,le?""8."r "-'"-""- Aga,.t s.m,
Yo.i are her.-liy notified and remiir
.M It,, pres.-n, ;,y .U,,,,,........!.,,;,
which you maj have agalnal the -
fate of JACor. ukIMA.N dec i
':"......"I. County, l-'iuniia ,
f le tha same in their offlcen in the
'"'""> Courtl.....m in Dade c",.,,
Hioniia within eight calendar rnontna
io. the data of Um flrat publl
' .saraV-hMIn* "U"1"
{''W1' H KlMAN-
MA KY '111:1.MAN lnvosiciN
ns eMHtatttra unex-r rhe'-rVist fA'iM
and I estament of Jaeob Heimun
I ll a.-e.l. '
MYERS IU3MAS ,v KAPLAN
By Louis Henuan
Attorneys for exeeutors
U/I-*.'*2** *" M'a,",| na-
NOTICE UNDER
.. F|CTITI0US NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buainaaa under the fietitious name ..f
M AND I KOSHER MEATS ,, I Ml
Washington Av. ., Miami Beach, I'a .
Intends to i-eglner said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MI'RRAY FRAND
IRVING SCHUSTER
10/2-.. li/i-s-i:,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloua name ot
SIDLEY HOUSE APARTMENTS at
1330 N.W. :,th Street, Miami, intend
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of D.ide County,
Florida.
THOMAS PEEHAM THATCHER,
a Single Man, and
MARIO I! JORGE
a Single Man. as :i Joint Estate,
with Right Of Ownership in.the
Siu vlvor thereof.
BARNETT I'KI.TZ
Att.iiney for Applicants
911 Congress llldg., Miami 82, Ha.
I" 85, 1 1 -8- IS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 40493-A
In RE: Batata of
LOUISE V. sc.\l,.
I.......taed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pal 01 I H..\
Ing claims or Damanda Agalnal Bald
.
You .ire lierel.v ii ,titi,'il on*l replied
to praaanl any clainja an.i damandi
which you may have againal the es-
t.ite of LOUISE V. BCAL deceased
lat. of Dade t unity, 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 flrat publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
MAX R, SILVER
As Exe.ntor of the I.ast Will and
r.stament of LOUI8E V. BCAL,
Deceased.
MAN Ii SILVER, A'tty.
828 SayboM Hldg., Miami, Fla.
10/I8-2.-I. 11/1-S _________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HARDING AVENUE APARTMENTS
at 7340 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROSE BRA.ME1STER 1/8
HERBERT BRAMEI8TER 1/8
ARTHUR EDELIILUM and
MARILYN EDELBLUM his wife 1/3
NELSON & SCllUI.M AN
Attornevs for Applicants
407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
10/18-25, 11/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the tiuilei signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ARCHER FRUIT CO. at 817 Lincoln
Roul, Miami Beoch, Intends to rag-
later said name with the Clark of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
ROBERT MIS8RY.
MAC MERME1 1.
Attorne) for Applicant
I1..... S W 'i d AVI Miami, Fla.
10/18-23,11 1-8_______________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY No. 206481
CARLA MUFTI,
Plaintiff,
I'A II. HSFTT,
I .i'nil.int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PAUL HEFTI, Defendant
t v .
gcaradale. New York .
YOU. PAUL rdSPTI. ARE HEREBY
NOTII-iED that a Complaint for Dl-
m,m, has been filed against you, and
you are hereby i.uuiinl to serve a
coin of your Answer or Pleading to
said Complain! on Plalntl" s Attor-
neys KoMMEl. & ROGERS. 120 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
ma'the original thereof in the office
of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 15th day of Nov.
1951 otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken as confessed
ED at Miami Beach. Florida.
this IIat .1 >v of October. 1857.
K It LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court Dade County, Florida
r.v: it li RICE JR.,
(Ml) Deputy < lerk
|0/|-.. 11/1-8-15_____________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he tin. lei signed, .lesion: lo en|
business under the fictitious name of
M W.'OI GRAS COFFEE SHOP .n \.....
,,. u.i.,1 Miami. Intend to r.-s-
. ith Ihe i "ler*
Circuit Court of Bade Ci.iinlv, I
DONA1OFON
PAIl.lXi: I ii 'N'AI.I 'SI iV
Sob- I I
I EON M'D KM.
m,-. r... nil.- .'
ll'oni Hldg., Miami. Fla.
;i.j-8-15
IK 7^^0UNTV JUDGES- COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
.IN RE: Estar* of
IBVA PROBTBRMAN
. .use I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ii..is ami AM Pel sons Hav-
Ur J3emand Agalnal Bald
You are h, r. by notified and requir-
ed to i.-.in any claims and demands
wnich i ..ii maj i ave aa i nal the es-
EVA PROSTERMAN dei eased
' 'ounty, Florida, to the
county Judgi i ..f Dade County, and
file ihe same in their offices in tha
loinr- courthouse In Dade County,
|." d i, vi bin eight calendar months
of th rat publication
b< reol game will ba barred.
I.'HIS HEIMAN
FTANLBY C. MYERS
'" ^w.,.*,,/',1;^,. |Btfi Will gM
Te-lam. nt of U.va Pros! .-111111 n,
-.....P H-"MA* kapi..;n"....."
By i. Attoi na) > f. r i:\eeutors
1150 B.W. 1st St., Miami, Fla.
10/2.1. 11/1-8-lt
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT, 11th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUN-
TY. FLORIDA. No. 206385
FRANK II BTAMBAUGH,
Plaintiff,
LYDIA STAMBAUGH,
DefenuHn..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. Lydla Stambaugh, Route 1, Hox
143, l.yford. Texas, are required to file
your answer to the Complaint for Di-
vorce with the Clerk of the above
court and serve a copy thereof upon
Herman Cohen. Atty.. 1805 Congress
Bldg., Miami, Florida, on or hef01 No-
vember 25, in".", or els.- complaint will
he taken as confessed. Dated. 0,1.1-
ber 17. 1H57.
E. P.. I.EATHERMAN, derk of
(seal) tha Circuit Court.
L. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk
in/?.",, U/1.8-I5
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
., FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTI" II Iki. HEREBY GIVEN that
thaaiiideisiKned, desiring to engage in
'"'ill"" under the fictitious name of
MR. HY at 5748 B.W. 8th Street, Mi-
ami, i-ioriua, Intends to real U
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Count), Florida,
HYMAN BRAKMAN
Sole Owner
um.OMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
23ui W. Hagler St., -Miami, Fla.
11/1-8-15-22.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is In.iti-.m oiir.N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..!
BAY MAR APARTMENTS ..t 8720
West Ba) llulmr Drive, Miami, Fla..
Intends to register said name with the
rS'Wfr A-/ the Circuit Court of D.i.l.
CoHmyT Florida.
MAX COLTON
BEIGKL A TEl'l'EI.MAN
Attorneys for Apiiiieant
904 Blacayne Bldg., Miami. Fl.i,
tl/l-S-li-22.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business unil.r the fietitious name of
SHANGRI-LA APARTMENTS at
7410-H B.W. 59th Place, South Miami.
Fla., Intends to renisier said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
01 Dade County, Florid.1.
\ \i.ll-. Hi nlES, INC.
BEIGEL. & TEITELMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
^(14 liiseaviie ll. m Miami, 1-la.
11/1-8-15-22.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
, -Jenisii Ihridfi&n
solicits your legal notice)*.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee)
accurate service at legal
ratn 1
Phone FR 4-4366
lor messenger serrice
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaiec In
business under the fictitious uann' of
NINAS APARTMENTS at 6L'0 SAW
6th Avenue, Miami, Fla., intend to
register said name with tin- Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Mil.TON Sl'OOL &
IRENE SPOOL
Tenants l'.\ Untlretleg,
100*1 Ownership.
BCRNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
IL'.i Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach, Fla.
11/1-8-16-22.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 206663
I. A M. DEVELOPERS, INC.
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff
W. '5. KERNS and HARRIETT M.
KERNS, his wife. DAVID C. MON-
ROE and_______Mi i.\K'IK. his wife,
if married! and ai.i. UNKNOWN
HEIRS, I.KC.atkks. CREDITORS,
TRFSTEE8 oil OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS claiming by. through, under or
against any of the above num..I lie-
's, who may be .t.-.i.t and not
known to be dean or alive; and all
PERSONS OR PART1E8, whether
claiming under any of tha above nam-
ed and described defendants or other-
wise, claiming any right, title or In-
terest in an.i to the propert) Involved
in tins suit and herelnaftet moi
ll.ularly .;.-- ribe-l.
11.1. Il.lllllt s,
IN THE SAME Or THE 8TATE OF
FLORIDA:
To. W, '1 KERNS and HARRIETT
M. KERNS, his wife, address un-
known; DAVID C, MONROE and, if
married, _______ MONROE, his Wife,
address unknown: All of the above
named Defendants, if living, '.gal H
dead, their respective unknown*nVlrs,
devisees, grantees, legatees, assign-
ees, el-editors, lieliors, trust.-es, and
all other claimants claiming by,
through, under or against any of the
above named defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive, and all
persons or parties otherwise, having
or claiming to have any right, title
or Interest in the following described
property:
The West 240 feet of Tract VI Of
WEST HlAl.KAIl HEIGHTS, ac-
cording to the I'lat thereof, re-
corded In Plat Book 2R, at Page ;t
of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida; formerly known
as Lots 1 to 6 Inclusive, and Lota
r.\ to 3" Inclusive, Block p2, ol
WEST HIAI.EAH HEIGHTS, ac-
cording to the i'lat thereof, re-
cordsd in I'lat Hook IS, at Page
ll. of the Public Records of Dade
County, Floiida.
and lllllll.-r
The u'e-t 80 Peel ol the south 125
of Till. t. 5 WEST HlAl.KAIl
HEIGHTS, according t.. the Plat
thereof, recorded In I'lat 11.
Pasta ;i:i of ths Public Records of
I ....le Count] Florida.
The Baal 120 !'. el of the South 133
I'.-. .,i Trsci 8, WEST Hi ALE Ml
HEIGHTS, according to the Plat
thereof, tj.....rded in Plal Boon 88,
page 89 ol the Public Records ..r
Dade County, Florida, also
KNOWN Ala l.ots 18. 17 and is
Clock ".. W I-: ST HI A LEA H
HEIGHTS, according to the Plat
ded in Plal Booh 28.
page 14 of-the Public Records of
bade Count}/, Fl..i id.i.
Th.- Ba 1 1 .....
Feel of the North 183 Feel of
Tract :,. W EST H I A 1. B A II
II Kb; 1 ns, according to the "Plat
thereof, recorded In Plal Book 28,
Page 88 of the Public Re*otda of
e County, Florida.
The BsSt 180 Feet of tie W.
Feel of the South 13J Feel ol
Tia.t 5 of the Amended 1'Tat of
Blocks 1 to 1L> inclusive of WEST
III A 1.1: A ll HEIGHTS, according
to the Pint thereof, recorded in
plat Booh IS. at Page 88 of the
|.-.|.H- Records of Dade County,
Florida.
TOO AliK HBRBBT HOTIFUjp
thai .1 suit to quiet title in 1 av
developers}, INC. .1 i-"i..i Ida oar
noratlon, has been filed in the above
sol.-.1 Court agalnal you tor the pur-
.1 obtaining a Den. to Quiet
Title in It to said land and you are
hereb) r.-.ini'ci t.. serve a copy !
your Answer to the Complaint on
Plaintiff** attorney and file the orig-
ins! in the office of the Cler*
above styled I'omt on or before ths
I9.17, olhi
I I 1,., ,..... I will be entered
ist you, 1.
11 \Ti:n this Ifth day
n>
!; B, BATHERMAN, clerk of
ill Court, Dade County,
Florida.
By I.. A CLEARS,
Deputy Clerk.
BEIGEL A. TBITFLM \ \
PI nnliff
ml Blsoayne Bldg., Miami 32, Fla.
I1/1-8-U-23. '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBT OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious 11a..... of
HICKS SCNDIIY & SANDWICH
SHOP at IL'I Sunny Isle B.vd intends
to reglstei s.ii.l name with the Clerk
of the en. .nt cunt of Dads County,
1 li irlda.
CHARLES 8TBINBOOK,
Sole owm-r
101 r.SlloN. FINK \- GOLDWORM
Attorneys for Charles Stelnbook
1 I Lincoln Rd., Miami 1 teach, Fla.
11/1-8-15-22,
NOTICE UNDER
' FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.. limbIrslgned, desiring to engasa la
'. .- ii. s> undei the fictitious ns
BSQl'IRE PAPER PRODPCTS at
Mil 8.W. Bth St., Miami. Flu., Intend
to reglatei --..ii num.. with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ..i Dadi County,
l-'loi ida.
JACQUES M. HBSLEY
J( '".v .1. SILVER, JR.
MONROE HIN'i.n
Attoi ii-- for Applicants
...i Way
ii 1-8-15-22.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undsrslgned, desiring to engage In
tuisiness under the fietitious name of
VICKI S DANCE AND sui'l'AI. Cli'H
at 712 S.W. Sth Street, Miami int.-nd
i to rSglStOl Bald inline with the Clyl'k
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Hoi Ida.
1 VICTORIA A. WELLWAIID
II M'.VKY LEE
>..!.- Owner.-.
I8TANLKY RICHARDS
IK 1 for Applicants
in", l.ii.....In ltd Miami Beach, Ha.
i Ti-12.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW
MOTIVE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<> en
under tin- fictitious name ..f
BERT-ANN \P MiTMI-'N'Ts .. -'.-'ii
Byron Avenue, Miami Bench, Florida
Intenrl to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Horidn
VBRAH \.M W VRSHAW
MAI'RICE FORER
k'ocVt!|l|A M \ v \MIE|MFR
Attorneys for Bert-Ann \|..n tments
120 I.me,,In Rd.. Miami Beach, Ha.
11/1-8-13122.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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FLAGLER SUNDRIES at L'siB West
I'l.iui.r Street, Miami, Florida intend
to register said name with the
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IN Tur f.iRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. No. 206655
EVA .MiZOI.A CARTAGENA
Plaintiff
vs.
JOSE CARTAGENA
I i.f. ndant
NOTICC OF PUBLICATION
YOU, JOSE CARTAGENA, address
unknown, are required to file your
answer to the fomnlalnt for Divorce,
of the above. Court and serve n eopv
thereof upon OINO P. NBORETTI,
Attorney, lino Pacific Bulldine. Mi-
ami. Florida on or before December L'.
1887 or else complaint will be taken
as eonfess-..l
Dated. October r.th. lfl.".7.
E. B. LEATHER MAN. Clerk of
the Circuit '.....1
By: JOAN SYKKl.iv
Deputy Clerk
ll "J.8-1S-2!.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE "COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 4I950B
l ;;, ESTATE OP
MARY T. HAH8EN
l leceased
To All Creditors and All .Persons flav-
in* claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
> ...I. and each of you. ai.- hereby
notified and required to present any
. |.bus and demands which you. <.r
either of you. may have against the
estate of MARY T. HAN8EN de-
ceased late ..f BADE County, Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges' of
Dade County, and file the same ill
the offices in the County Courthouas
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Snnl claims
... demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforeaaid, or
same will i" barred.
Date October 28, A.D. W57
MARY 11 GREEN
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of MARY T. HANSEN
I l.-v .., -.ii.
WEPMAN A WKI'MAN
Attorneys foi Estate
U/l-8-lo-22._________________
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT Of TH*
cirv^'TH .inoiCiat C'PCU'T IN
amo Fnlt Piae /*^.>r^T,/ F*' ^^
IP*. IN rmNQV No. 206874
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Ad.I- \\ n
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j HFREBY N' iTIFIBI'. tfcat .1 C -n-
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serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
In* 1 th- l-iint ......
torni vg, RFIGFt, A TEITF" M '
i ...- 11 iiidli 8!, Florida,
and fll. knaw or PL I-
1- .- ,.rr\..... ..... i-.. ii ,,f the
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1 .....mi IMTs If you fnil
I to do go, I'nlKment bv defaOll will be
I ...... ,,.'..., ,1,..
m.inil 1 in the Compl.iini for Divorce
DONE and ORDERED .it Miami,
'Florida, this Ith day Of November,
IM1
I-: n LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
": it curt. D.i.' .' ..... '
(seal) By M C. GREEN,
1 c|iut \ 1 'It k
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NOTICE TO DEFEND OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCl'IT COURT 1 IF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
1'l.iiHIUA. IN AND Foil DADH
1. H NTY IN CHANCERY, No. 206317
Ml >RRI8 T ASHMAN
; lalntlff,
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Sti'T FOR D'VORCE
TO: MXTIHLDA "' \KHMAN
I ; I l; -ill
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Yon ai e en bj notWed thai 1: I
Of Complaint ft* Divorce ha-
filed -- iln on. ..n-l you are required
.1 copj of your An-", r pr
lg I,, the H II of Com;.I:. 1
ilntlfl Vttoi ne> OBi 'ROB
CHEREN, 807 Olympla Bid*., M.....I,
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nl the ci.-rk ..f
the Circuit Con t on or befi
.I.. 1 of Novi bet. 1857. If yo
to dr. -. ut by default will bo
taken asalBst \ .111 for the relief de-
manded in the Pi'i "f Comphslnt.
DONE VN'H ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this l'.th da; of October, A.D..
18*7.
B. P. I E v Tl IERM N 1 le k.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
faeal) Bj M. f ORE1 M,
Deputy Clerk.
RGE CHEREN
Attorney for Plaintiff
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Golden Agers Will
Mark Anniversary
Climaxing ten years of fellow
ship and service, the Golden Age
Friendship Club of the Town
Branch, Greater Miami Jewi-h
Community Center, will hold it.~
10th anniversary dinner Saturday
evening in the Town Branch aud
itorium at 450 SW 16th ave Henry
Garison. club president, announced
this week. .
Isidore Simkowitz. newly elected
GMJCC president, will be main
.peaker. Honors will be accorded
to the club for having provrdrd ten
years of service to the senior citi
zens in the community. Other
speakers will include GMJCC exe
cutive director Efraim H. Gale, and
Town Branch supervisor David
Eskenaii.
Th Town Branch Club now
has a membership of over 125
men and women in the 55-year-
old and over category. This is
one of several such activities or-
ganized by GMJCC for Golden
Agers.
A Golden Age club also func-
tions at the Beach Branch, as well
as at the Jewish Home for the
Aged. Golden Age activities will
be organized in the very' near fu-
ture at the two newest Center
tranches in North Miami and
Southwest Miami
'Gala Night' Saturday
Ladies' Auxiliary of Norman
i Brown Post 174 is preparing
lor .i "Gala Night" at the Sea Me
hotel Saturday night. Committee
era are the Ifesdamu s.
S Sandier. R. Brown. E.
[Old, F. Feingold and R. Gold-
berg.
B'nai B'rith officials of Miami Beach Lodge 1591 meet informal-
ly to review results of annual B'nai B'rith membership drive.
Seated (left to right) are Harry Milton Lazer, financial secre-
tary, and Irving Schatzman. membership chairman. Rear are
Michael Sossin. past president, and Jack M. Fink, president.
Youth Saluted In 'Week1 Here
A -enes of parades, open house
receptions, recognition ceremonies
and religious sermons this week
throughout Greater Miami is com-
memorating Youth Appreciation
Week, which concludes on Sunday.
The first annual observance,
sponsored by Optimist Internation-
al i- saluting the unsung 95 per-
cent of the nation's youth popula-
tion, who are law abiding and use-
ful citizen-.
Beth Sholom Plans
Invitations have been issued to
the membership of Temple Beth
Sholom for a "Weekend of Dedi-
cation" of its new sanctuary, John
Serbin. Temple president, revealed
this week.
"In the spirit of Thanksgiving,
wc shall begin our 'Weekend of
Dedication' on Wednesday after-
noon. Nov. 27. when-our Sisterhood
will dedicate its new lounge," Ser-
bin explained.
Sisterhood is planning the pro-
gram, with Mrs. Louis Cashdan,
recording secretary of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Sis-
terhoods, as gMOst speaker.
Friday evening. Nov. 29, Beth
Sholom will hold services of dedi
cation at which Dr. Maurice N.
"Pat 'em on the Back," this
year's slogan, appears on the nu-
merous posters and luminous
bumper strips currently on dis-
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half-time ceremony Saturday night I
in Flamingo Park.
Receiving scrolls will be Carol
Weiten and Charles Phillips, Tem-
ple Emanu-EI; Mickey Fierberg
and Donald Klein, of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
Beach Branch: Charles Schanker
and Patricia Gagliardi, Nautilus
Junior High School; Joe Fleming
and Phyllis Abram.-on, Miami
Beach High School; and Harriet
Newman and Harold Kart, Miami
Beach Recreation Department.
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Dept. of Red Faces ... A slip of the press
erroneously reported the Golden Wedding anni-
versary surprise party for the Herman Springers
on Oct. 16 instead of Oct. 27 The whing-ding
was tendered by close friends Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Davit, and took place at their Bay Harbor home.
eration's traveling executive director Dr. Benjamin Rottn-
pped quietly into town this week, following a tour of Israel
of a UJA study mission there, as well as meetings in Paris
. .Joint Distribution Committee .
[hand to greet Rosenberg was The Jewish Floridian publish-
K. Shorhet.
rk irnm their Puerto Rico jaunt to a'Ond the third Pan-
in Congress on Social Welfare are Jewish Family Service
Comanor and blue-eyed Flo Flo, who received a wired
j from the National Council of Jewish Women to act as their
I observer, also observed unofficially all over the island .
|h-spots of the 24-nation confab were cocktails with Gov.
his palace The palace, hung with costly materials and
is a proper palace should, is actually a huge fort guarding
nr And a buffet supper with the Mayoress of San Juan.
dicia .. "Regretfully missed" because of their travel sched-
the Puerto Rico State Department dinner on the night of
L's work for NCJW is not confined to foreign affairs, how-
|. Here at home, she's Section chairman of the Project for
tad and Sight-Handicapped Children.
lime is set at 4 to 7 p.m.. and the function will be a lawn
ainday at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wein-
^290 N. Bayshore dr., Miami Shores .
occasion will mark Mr. Weintraub's birthdayhe's prcsi-
[Dade Wholesale Products and Eagle Army-Navy Stores .
ne 200 guests are expected, including Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
lr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Dr. and Mrs. William Berkey,
|nd .Mrs. Albert Dubbin, the Sam J. Heimans, Aaron Kan-
and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz and Dr. and Mrs. Louis Lemberg.
^o Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lecourt, Cantor and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Markowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
6, Rabbi and Mrs. Yaakov Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Rier .
w Mr. and Mrs. William D. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. John Ser-
and Mrs. Sidney Weintrauh. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wein-
l and Mrs. Julian Weinkle.
| Sisma Sigma alumnae held their annual reunion tea Thurs-
he home of Mrs. Erwin Hoffman, 1061 S. Treasure dr. .
Iters and recent grads were welcomed by three former UM
presidents, Mrs. Buddy Schwartz, Mrs. Ronald Berger and
bffman.
pwls of Rivo Alto Island's Sue Tohrner sadly bid her fare-
Sunday Sue left, accompanied by her daughter. Marion
sbert) Eichberg, to make her home in Denver, where Marion
[rion had come to Miami at the de.v,h of Sue's mother, Mrs.
tuselman.
|\i-r Wedding anniversary Wishes due to Mr. and Mrs. George
. They're Israelite Center members .
Ethel Shochet and Mrs. Sally Gardner are back in the
nuing a five-month tour, which took them, among other
It" Hut Springs, Ark., Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Galen
"Fair Fourteen" felicitations due Judy Cohen, daughter
[and Mrs. Saul Cohen, of the diLido hotel Judy and ten
friends celebrated in high style at a birthday barbecue last
It the Cohen home, 4524 N. Michigan ave.
pth Brotman's long Journey home is delayed in Montreal be-
Dt a temperature of 102hers, not Montreal'sand a flu
... When her sad job of settling the estates and dis-
K the homes of her mother and brother-in-law is over, she'll
|k "And happy to get there," Ruth adds.
[surprise birthday party for 90-year-old Sol Winters, of 842
sn ave., saw a roster of his friends gathered to wish him well
|minisce ...
Sam Tannenbaums, the Henry Smiths, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
[and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ambush were among the guests sur-
Sol .
iso the B. Fradkins, Sam Sonnenshine, Florence White, the
enthals, and Mrs. Clara Sislow and Mrs. Clara Rosen And
1 Iward liutter.
*k from business-and-pleasure in New York brt week wen*
kd Mrs. Irving Milgrim, of Golden Beach They returned
fsppy memories of their visits with daughter ana son-in-iaw
pd Mrs. Gilbert Edelston, of Mamareneck, and their twin
Jerg, and with their other daughter and her husband, Mr.
>'s. Gilbert Schwartz, of Rye, NY.
ck from Pittsburgh (the season is hereeveryone's corning
I of going!) is Mrs. Herman Rosenbaum, who visited da"8hter
Jid husband Bob in their new apartment Rita and Bob
|t been down here visiting the Rosenbaums, but Mrs. Rosen-
Iju.st thought she'd forestall leave-taking by going back with
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Miami, Florida, Friday, November 8, 1957
Section B
H
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Elsa Maxwell, most famous pcrty-giver of
them all, makes plans with arrangements com-
mittee for first annual Sponsors of Israel For-
mal Ball under auspices of Women's Division,
Greater Miami Committee, Stats of Israel
Bonds. She will be hostess at what promises
to be one of ssason's glittering social events
Saturday evenina, Dec. 21, at Americana ho-
tel. Wi;h Mis-? Maxwell are part of arrange-
ments committee who flew to New York to plan
for occasion. Shown are Mesdames Sailing
Baruch, Anna Brenner Meyers (standing),
chairman of Women's Division, and Robert Z.
Green. Members of committee now in forma-
tion are Mesdames Scmuel N. Friedland, J.
Meyer Schine, Jack A. Ablin, Albert Pick,
Jaccb Shcr, and Lawrence Tish.
Council to Venture into Show Business
,>....-* *.':: '
Members of the Greater Miami
Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, have been hard at
work in preparation for their first
venture into show business.
"Guys and Gals," a musical re-
vue, will be presented Wednesday,
Dec. 4, in the Miami Beach audi-
torium as Council's only fund-rais-
ing project of the year.
The show will be directed and
produced by the Jerome H. Car.eill
Organization of New York. Invi-
tations have been received by
Council members and their hus-
bands to attend a talent audition
party Tuesday evening at Temple
Israel auditorium.
At the party, a director of the
Cargill Company will select
cast of 150 to 200 men and wo-
men, who will appear in the per-
formance.
General chairman and coordina-
tor for "Guys and Gals" is Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub. Mrs. Wein-
traub, together with NCJW Section
president Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
and Section ways and means vice
president Mrs. Ben Singer, com-
pose the executive committee for
the production.
Committee chairmen are pro-
gram advertising, Mrs. Dorothy
Stone; program editor, Mrs. Tobias
Levy; ushers, Mrs. Joseph Duntov;
tickets, Mrs. William Brenner; pa-
tron tickets, Mrs. Aaron Farr and
Mrs. Alexander Robbins.
Publicity, Mrs. Burghard Steiner;
finance, Mrs. Charles Jacohson; tal-
ent, Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mrs.
Sidney Rosenberg; costume'.. Mrs
Ben Lond: scenery. Mrs- Louis Ad-
ler; properties, Mrs. Burton B.
Goldstein; and rehearsals, Mrs.
Phil Greenwald.
Funds raised by the production
will further Council's program of
service to senior citizens, to new
Americans, aid for the sight handi-
capped, the Braille library and
book bindery, and other commun-
ity services.
Mrs. Stevens Will
Chair AJCommittee
Workshop Meeting
Mr*. Bernard Stevens will serve
as dinner chairman for fifth an
nual dinner meeting of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee to be held
Sunday, Nov. 24. at the Seville ho-
tel, Harold Spaet, president of the
Greater Miami chapter, revealed
Wednesday.
A highlight of the event will be
four workshops on current com-
munity problems to take place in
the afternoon from 4:30 to 6 p.m.,
preceding the dinner. Mrs. David
( atsman is all-over chairman for
these workshops.
Other chairmen who will assist
Mrs. Stevens with the dinner
meeting plans are Mrs. Sanford
Bacon, public relations commit-
tee; Mrs. Aaron Farr, hostess
committee; Mrs. Burton B. Gold-
stein, seating arrangements com-
mittee; Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes,
arrangements*'committee.
"The meeting, theme of which is
'Man's Responsibility to Man,' will
culminate the 50th anniversary ob-

MRS. BERNARD STEVENS
servances of the formation of the
American Jewish Committee and
will mark its rededcation to the
cause of world Jewry and to the
American principles of justice and
equality for all," Spaet said.
Aristotle is Subject
Aristotle's Politics, Book I, will
be subject of the first in a new
series of Great Books discussion
groups at the Miami Public Library
Monday evening, 7 p.m. The series
continues in the Children's room of
the library each Monday thereafter.


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w
omen
in the iJVew* Jodaxf
Auxiliary to Assist
At Sinai Open House
Mrs. Samuel Gertraan of Miami (right) was one of 20 women
selected from cities throughout United States to take part in
National Council of Jewish Women's national training seminar
at Greenwich. Conn. Greeting Mrs. Gertmcn on launching of
new Community Leadership Training Program is Mrs. Moise
S. Cahn. national president of service organization. National
Council of Jewish Women is a member agency of Greater
ani Jewish Federation.
Educator Expected !n Bureau Talks
nan. edr
at the
th Bureau of Jewish Edui
Will be "T'
Better Classroom In-- a in the
Religious School" and "Prayer
Hendrik Berns is Guest
Hendrik Bernv foreign aff.iirs
editor of the .: be
taker at a regular Torah,
group meet!i a in the
Venetian Isle motel.
Picture to be Shown
Flagler Granada Senior Friend-'
ship Club will meet Monday night,
picture. K>eape from Hun-
w ill be ahown.
Study in the Sunday School."
Mrs. Bravcrman, national edu-
cator and author, was education-
al director of the Euclid Avenue
Temple in Cleveland, O., for
many years. She was president
of Central States region of H-
dassah in 1940. She is now vice
president of the National Coun-
cil for Jewish Education.
Mrs. Braverman is the author of
many texts, including "Children of
the Emek." Children of Freedom."
"Religious Pageants," "Activities
in the Religious School," and
"Teach Me to Pray."
Mrs, Braverman's lectures are
sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the South Florida
Council of the I'nion of American
Hebrew Congregations.
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Women's \uxili:iry of Mt. Sinai
Hospital wffl have a prominent role
m extending the hospital's wel-
come to the community at the open
house party to be held at the >ite
of the new Mt. Sinai Sunday at
,2 p.m.
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz. president "f
the 2.000-member service organiza
as appointed Mrv M "* Goldin as liaison chairman to tne
Mt Sinai Hospital development
fund.
A past president of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary and a member of
the Past Presidents' Council
Mrs. Coldin will coordinate and
guide the efforts of the auxiliary
on behalf of the new hospital.
For the open house party. Mr*, j
Eggnatz and Mrs. Goldin have ap-
pointed Mrs. Albert Jacobs and
Mrs. Richard Fleming, chairmen of
hoatataas, and Mrs. Joseph Ketzky ,
and Mr*. Marvin IfOtTiaOD, hospi-1
tality chairmen.
Mrs. Wolfie Cohen and her com-
mittee will be in charge of serving
refreshment:-.
Active in many civic and philan-
thropic efforts. Mrs. Goldin is one
of five directors of the Assn. of (
Florida Hospital Auxiliaries. She
i- a past vice president of the
Women's Committee of Bran k
She'll be Hostess
Fight" for Sight League of Great-
er ?:iami member Mrs. Edward
Auerbach will be hostess at a paid-
up membership lunch Tuesday at-
ternoon at the Seville hotel. Gvcst
-; i Lei '.vil! be I).-. Oscar I
ipeiaily planned
mi for the afternoon.
University and past chairman of
the Civil Service Board of Miami
Beat h
Friday, fy
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[November 8. 1957
*Jenist fhriUtr
Page 3 B
[Beach Hadassah Groups to Meet
*-&%*'.'****
\ i
*"0(> CHKier
Mayor Randall N. Christmas signs of-
document proclaiming "AJCongress
f' Nov. 17 to 23. Looking on is delegation
hmi chapter. Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, pres-
Jcf Florida Women's Division, watches
Lr Christmas atlix his signature. Stand-
Hannah Senesch group of Hadas-
sah will meet Monday noon at the
Sea Gull hotel.
Mrs. Dorothy Fink will review
"A Little Town," by Sholem Asch,
in celebration of Jewish Book
Month.
* *
I. R. Goodman group will have
its regular meeting Thursday eve-
ning at the San Marino hotel.
Mrs. Jean Snyder will give a re-
port on medical progress in Israel.
Miss Beula Davis, president of
the group, will report on Hadas-
sah's national convention in Phil-
adelphia. ___
Herzl group will have a member-
ship tea Monday noon at the Al-
giers hotel.
ft *
Herzl group also plans a card
party Nov. 18 at the Algiers hotel.
t a
Henrietta Szold group will have
its meeting in the Rubaiyat room
of the Algiers hotel Monday noon.
There will be a musical program
by Olga Bibor Stern and a movie,
"Where Does it Hurt?"
* *
Shalom* group of Hadassah will
meet Monday "noon at Hibiscus
Masonic Temple.
Mrs. Max Rothifeld, president,
will report on the recent national
ing are Mrs. Russell Winer, Miami chapter
membership chairman; Mrs. Irving Quartin,
president; Mrs. Allred Rubinstein, Florida Wo-
men's Division membership chairman; and
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, chairman of South
Florida Council.
convention of Hadassah in Phila-
delnhia.
Program chairman Mrs. Harry
Ohert will present Dr. Morton
Robbins in some first-hand obser-
vations on his recent tour of health
facilities in Israel.
a
Stephen S. Wise group will meet
Monday noon at the Crown hotel.
Seymour B. Liebman. guest
speaker, will discuss Hadassah
Medical Organization.
Musical program will be present-
ed by Martha Granof, pianist.
*
Louis D. Brandeis group will
TTTPPt MrrrfdayTioon "at The 'Porftaine-
bleau hotel.
'Forty-Niners' to Open
Season at Emanu-F.1
Temple cmanu-EPs club for
senior citizens, the Forty-Niners,
will hold its opening dinner meet-
ing of the season Sunday at the
Temple, Mrs. Isidore Newman,
president of the group, has an-
nounced.
Included will he the election of
new officers and members of the
board of directors. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officate at the installation
ceremony. Cantor Israel Reich will
offer a program of liturgical stlec-
' tions.
^XXHOROWITZ- M ARGARETEN
PURE EGG NOODLES

Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka proclaims Nov. 17 to 22
rican Jewish Congress Week." Looking on are (left to
| Mr?. David Muskat, president, Louise-Brandeis chapter;
[Larry Friedland, "AJCongress Week" chairman for Mi-
3ch; and Mrs. Charles Feinberg, national vice presi-
Miami Beach chapter will launch observance simul-
isly with Miami chapter at "coffee" in home of Mrs. Jack
rds, 6921 Trouville Esplanade, Wednesday, 10 a.m.
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y Make it
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Serve it with...
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Goldo Meir Club
To Meet Here
Golda Meir Club of Pioneer Wo-
men will meet Thursday evening.
Nuv. 14, at Beth El Congregation.
President Mrs. Vera Zeltzer is
chairman.
The meeting will be dedicated to
the club's 10th anniversary, as well
as to a report on the national or-
ganization's 15th biennial meeting
in Boston, Mass., last week.
Mrs. Alice Lefcove, Golda Meir
delegate to the convention, will
present the report.
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Page 4B
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Hialeah Ladies Plan UnuT^
A unique "wedding" will be in- man m, Tr
^r^J*^
Table
committee. ****^
m"> Mrs JosT*^
- man
eluded in the program of the an-
nual moma*rship affair given by
the Sisterhood of Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Center Wednesday
evening at the Center.
"Miss New-Member" will be mar- ,
ried to "Groom Sisterhood." Bride dinner Dffara Sat
will be Mrs. Gerald Charlop, and Women', Gn^1*!
groom is Mrs. Nathan Becker, pres- ^iiflf
ident of the Sisterhood. Iwill -pon>or a rv*B
Rabbi will be Mrs. Louis Wine n,'r 'iance SaturA?it
and the cantor, Mrs. Joseph New-
man

Mcking plans at meet.r.q tc ins-re success of
Chen bruncheor. -ike place at Se-
ville hotel Sund-~. .-.re left to right)
Miss Lilian Gooarr.an. Mr<=. Nathan Perlmut-
ter. Women's Division director, Stcte of Israel
Bonds. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mrs. Harry
Platcff. Mrs. Harry Nelson, and M's Esther
Goodman. Co-chairmen of Chen group for
Greater Miami area are Mrs. Samuel Sakrais
and Mrs. Harry Platoff. Chen awards will be
made to Women's Division on behalf of Israel
by Mrs. Lies Goosens Pick, of Israel, who shar-
ed tragic childhood experiences of Anne Frank
during Nazi holocaust.
PTA Membership Brunch Tuesday
if Temp'c
religious ho->l will
> bnmch Tuc^
'
the TempU Mrs \ .Her b
r-'- .he organization.
The affair will ieature an
-kit written and directed b>
M-- Theodore Struhl. and will in-
corporate a unique type of i.
I :ng:
The Mesdemes Gilkr, Joseph
Abelow, Murray D*bl. nyr Ray.
mono" Malschick, Jerry Resnick,
Herbert Young. Harry Gorsten.
Ben Klempner, Robert Marcus,
Simon Could, Harry Brick and
Raphael K. Yunes.
Um participatins in the after-
- program will be student.-.
of the Temples Foundation school
They include:
Wen.iy Fr-ler. Harvey Fledcr-
man. Meredith Greenberg. Barney
rf.. Shan Pollack. Debra
*Ra-kin. Martha Yavers and David
Abelow.
Chairman of the event is lira
Jo>eph Abel(.w. who is assisted by
!-- Samuel Kulok and Mrs. Ben-
iamin Greene.
Wu/UWJIfa
Nai 'Rith Chapter Holds
Social, Plans Second Affair
Nai Rith chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girl- held a membership social at
the home of Mi-- Babs Berg. 907
Lisbon. Coral Gables. Sunday.
Refreshments were served, and
entertainment was provided by
Miss Lee Roth. Mi-s Beverly Kess-
ler. Misa Micky Spivak. Miss Rot
Bower- \!i- Rab* Bere. Miss Bar-
bara Miller. Miss Sheila Feiler and
M: K-th-r Ehrens.
On Sunday, Nov. 17, 'Nai 'Rith
will hold a second social at the
home of Mr*. Lillian Rosene,
2801 SW 27th tor.
Thi< will be an informal weenie
roast from 1 to 4 p m.
Matchmaker will bo Mrs. Louis
Sisleo, ond the mother-in-law,
Mrs. Pawl Hammol, vico presi-
4-J*S*1f-iO-5,**r** momborship.
Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Herbert
Buxbaum. Mrs. Len Dorson, Mrs. '
Charles Kirsch. Mr-. Manny Kane.
Mrs. Harry Beck. Mrs. Phil Begun.
Mrv John Strunin. Mrs. Morn-
Rachlin. Mrs. Myron Citnn and
Mrs. Bert Davidson. Music will be ',
provided by Mrs. Sam Weinstein.
and the wedding is under the di
rection of Mr-. Sidney Pearl.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be a representative of the Nj
tional Women's League of the Uni-
ted Synagogue of America. Recep-!
tion will follow with Sisterhood's
five past-presidents as acting hos-:
tesses: Mrs. Harry Roseman. Mrs. 1
Leon Silverman. Mrs. Leon Eisen-
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November 8, 1957

+Jewist rtcridHari
Page 5B
Zamora Begins
Women's Courses
Adult Jewish Education Acade-
my of Zamora Jewish Center open-
ed it 1957-1958 year Tuesday morn-
ing.
Courses given by Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz, spiritual leader of the
Center, consist of "Selected
Psalms," "Ethics of the Fathers,"
"Scriptural Readings and their Haf-
torahs," and "Vital Hebrew Vocab-
ulary."

The classes, limited to women,
are held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Academy is open to non-
members. Registration will con-
tinue to Tuesday morning Nov. 17,
from 9:30 to 10 a.m. An additional
course in "Beginners Hebrew" will
begin Nov. 24.
^5&JS
ris-irfluenced design, which tops fit- Right is another popular number to be featur-
ed ard ta'lnr?d skirt and barrel-shaped ed at Nov. 21 luncheon. It includes smart rain-
Srceli cotton i3 grey with blue tone, coat and hat fashioned of turguoise felt.
Israeli Fashions Will be Shown
|>f war and strife may be
Israel's skies today, but
extinguished the cre-
|t of its gallant people,
Miami will see when the
[sho'vin ( takes place of
p-uii'd and made in Is-
raelis.
first time, an all-Israel
L.tw will take place here
he Eden Roc hotel.
ed by the Women's Di-
li* Greater Miami Corn-
State of Israel Bonds,
romises to be an im-
ccasion, both from a
id help-for-lsreel view-
nce will be limited to
ro have purchased an 1s-
anytime from Sept. 21
21, and will at ford
Meets Hero
[Miami Auxiliary of the
Medical Center at Den-
fednesday at the Lincoln
brant
A Good
Job
IS Mayor!

women here a view of the most
original and refreshingly different
creations to have been put on dis-
play in many years.
There are some 40 pieces in all,
and they run a wide range from
the casual to formal clothes, de-
signed to please the tastes of the
most discriminating. The collec-
tion, which has come from many
thousands of miles awav^ out of a
nation not quite ten years old,
was made by hands and hearts
which illustrate the hope of a
peaceful and happy future.
Sloan Simpson, actress, TV
commentator, formerly one of the
world's ten best dressed women,
will come to Miami for the Nov.
21 premiere showing, and will do
the comment.
Committee for the fashion show
are MM. Anna Brenner Meyers,
cnairman, Womens' Division, and
rnrs. Louis Giasser, Miss Lsther
Goodman, Miss Lillian Goodman,
Mrs. Aoraham Kasow, Mrs. Harry
Piatoil, Mr*. Miriam Press, Mrs.
Samuel h. Rust, Mrs. Samuel T.
| supiru. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, and
I hH Max Weitz.
Also: Miss Ann Berkowitz, Miss
j Slit Berkowitz, am. Betty Birchan-
|sky, Mrs. Oscar Bursiein, tin.
Academy Women
Plan 'Coffee'
The Grand ballroom of the Fon-
tinebleau hotel will be the site of
the annual membership coffee of
the Hebrew Academy Women
Dec. 18.
According to Mrs. Benjamin Ap-
pel, president, the member-bring-a-
member coffee will be "the most
outstanding membership affair yet
to be sponsored by the organiza-
tion."
Wimber'Hip rhairmen In
charge of the coffee are the Mes-
dames M. H. Rosenhouse, Gilbert
Gr5, Hvman Sandier and Isi-
dore Dickman.
A ceremony inducting all new
members and Life members is
hein? prepared by Mrs. Henry
Wernick and Mrs. Irving Firtel,
program chairmen.
Each member who joined this
year will be extended a special
invitation to attend the coffee and
to be initiated as a new Hebrew
Academy Woman.
florist to be Speaker
Noith Dade Chapter of Women's
American ORT will meet Wednes-
day evenine at he North County
YMHA, 14036 NE 6th ave.. N. Mi-
ami. Guest speaker will be Pansy
Flaum, of Pansy's Flowers.
Ralph Co')b, Mrs. David Denner,
Mrs. Harry Gersten, Mrs. Louis
Gidney, Mrs. I. E. Goldman, Mrs.
M. S. Green, Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
schlag, Mrs. Joseph Kahn, Mrs.
Louis Makovsky, Mrs. Jack Marks,
Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, Mrs. Harry
Nelson. Mrs. Sophia Plotkin, Mrs.
Harry Rogers, Mrs. Oida C. Rubin,
Mrs. Herman Sokolow, and Mrs.
Frances Ullian.
2,000 Sought for
Coming Tag Day
Although volunteer solicitors arc
responding well for the annual Tag
Day in behalf of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital, the help
of many more women is needed
for the one-day drive Nov. 23, ac-
cording to Mrs. Bernard Litt, gen-
eral chairman of the event.
"It is possible," according to
Mrs. Litt. "that a considerable
number of people assume the
needs of the Children's Cardiac
Hospital are cared for by the Uni-
ted Fund. Unfortunately, this is
not the case. Hospitals are not in-
cluded in United Fund drives
throughout most of the country,
and they are not included in South
Florida, either."
Richard Berenson, president of
the hospital, Wednesday urged
support of Tap Day. "Miami's
own National Children's Cardiac
Hospital makes no charge what-
soever to patients, and the Uni-
ted Fund does not include hos-
pitals among its member orgarv-
zations.
"Therefore, our Tag Dav, Satur-
day, Nov. 23, is extremely impor-
tant to assure continued care and
treatment of young patients, as
well as research work."
Mrs. Litt said she hoped to en-
list over 2,000 volunteer canvassers
so that every section of Dade coun-
ty will be given an opportunity to
help fight rheumatic heart disease.
Institute Names
Leadership Hosts
Seven couples have been named
to preside as hosts and hostesses at
the first program of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Leader-
ship Training Institute Monday
evening, Dr. and Mrs. George Gra-
ham, Institute chairmen, revealed
this week.
The opening event is set at the
Jewish Home for the Aged, 151 NE
52nd st., a member agency of Fed-
eration and a beneficiary of the
Combined Jewish Appeal for a por-
tion of its operating funds.
Hosts-and-hostesses committee
will be composed of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Beer, Dr. and Mrs.
Melvin Becker, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Emmer, Cal Kovens, Mar-
vin Rauiin, Nathan Siden and
Emanuel Smith.
Program will include a tour of
the Home and its facilities, con-
ducted by Abe Kurman, Home pres-
ident, and Maurice Pearlstein, exe-
cutive director.
Of special interest to the young
adult leaders will be a description
of some of the medical, psychiat-
ric, case-work, physical therapy,
and rehabilitative services for the
aged which have attracted nation-
wide attention to the Home in re-
cent months.
Jewish Home for the Aged is
the only such institution affilia-
ted with the University of Miami
school of nursing in the Master's
degree course in geriatric and
psychiatric nursing.
Total capacity of the Home is
now 87 beds. Sick and incapaci-
tated receive special care and re-
habilitative treatment.
Martin Fine, president of the
Young Men's Division which is
sponsoring the Leadership Train-
ing Institutes, has announced that
future programs will include tours
of the other member agencies oi
Federation.
Realtor Seeks Hialeah
Post in Runoff Tuesday
M. E "Milt" Thompson. Hialeah
city commission candidate, is a
realtor and airline worker.
Active in PTA, Chamber of Com-
merce, church and club affairs, he
is a past commander of the Hialeah
American Legion Post. A native of
Connecticut-, he came here 11 years
ago.
Thompson says he'll push for
sanitary sewers under Metro gov-
ernment, beautification, planned
recreational facilities, scheduled
trash collections and extension of
bus service.
Mrs. Larry Friedland, Miami
Beach reservations chairman
for Women's fourth annual
education conference, seems
pleased with early response
from organizations expecting
to attend big event at Seville
hotel. Nov. 26. "Timely As
Sputnik" will be buzz session
depicting services of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation to
local families. Miami reser-
vations chairman is Mrs. Ed-
win B. Oppenheim, and Mrs.
Milton Sirkin is general chair-
man of conference, which
will feature exhibits, drama-
tizations, an educational ses-
sion, luncheon, and organiza-
tion participation. More than
500 attended overflow func-
tion last year.
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Friday,



Wolfson, Lassman Rites Solemnized
Miss Mama EUse Wolfson. the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Louis E. Wolfs
. married Sunday af.erno.- \ 3. in
:in*.
The cen plaice at :
5980 N Bay rl Uni Beach
Parents of the ire Mr aa I Mrs
muffl not N
Rabbi Jew pi Narol
EUeenc Blacks.
I -he bride's parents
The bride's other attendants were
" n Boadra SeroU H and
Mrs Jerome Stem, bridesmaids, and Maura ''.
flower girl
Mr Lassman was h:s son's be: ana Us
i e Jer aw Stem Martia Smith. Stephen
ry Wolfson. Martin Wolfsoa a- the ja
u>her.
The bride wore a gown of silk Italian B
- mhroidered alencon lace The fiUed lace bodice,
encrusted with tiny seed pearls, had a mandarin col-
lar and long sleeves Pearl-embroidered lace
appliqued on the full skirt which ended in a a
cathedral train.
A lace and satin cloche held her six tiered veil
I I French illusion She carried a bouquet of white
.lids surrvurded with alencon lace on a '
Bible.
The bridal atteadaata re orchid ilk organra
ne<1 with sweetheart neckline*, puffed
cummerbunds and bouff.i Their
^uets wen d orchid bask, : all
- from lilac to deep purple
T.-.e Bain a : a aaoc wore a shea:-
_ r tress wj> white with a wide ore
-
Mn an a shell-pink chiffon IBM
iace applique for her daughter's wed-
Lassman wore a pi.ik lace sheath
The entire decor for the ceremony and the
rchid and white Flowers ranged from
li'.ac-shaded carI Wedding bells of
i-colored flowers were part of the decoration.
A: the dmr. and place cards were en
hade The tent was covered
I shades of orchid flowers through
I at
*c extended even to the food. The
ert. roche de glace, included orchid-colored ice
ti The mints had the couple's names id orchid


Their Betrothals
Revealed Here
The engagement of Miss Made-
line Weinearten to Dr. Bernard
Stern is announced by her oarenn
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weingarten
New York.
Dr. Stern is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Stern. 1045 Lenox
ave.. Miami Beach.
Mi-< Weingarten graduated from
Walden School in New York City
and attended Russell Sage College
and New York I'niversity.
Dr. Stern attended New York
I'niversity and the University of
Louisville school of medicine. He i
interned at Foro*ha"m TWspltal and
came to Miami Beach in 1950.
^oyetak,,
* '
MRS. EVERETT LASSMAN
script, and the wedding cake was iced with acceots
of lilac
Both Mr. and Mrs. lassman attended Miami
Beach Hyjh School. She attended the I'niversity of
Georgia and he is a graduate of law of the University
of Miami
They will live in Miami Beach after a wedding
tnp to New York.
SUItec Lefkowitx
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stelzer
1052 SW 11th st.. announce the
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter. Frances, to Harold Lef-
kewtta, the son of Mr. and Mrs
Davis Lefkowitx. Brooklyn. NY.
The wedding will take place Nov.
16 in the Algiers hotel.
Miss Stelzer graduated from
Whitfield School of Miami Beach
and attended the University of Mi-
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r Mian-, BeiT
Si
345 NW i.t ***
Roth Ud
Mua Kps.ein ,tt^
land Iniversitr aadk!l
of the Brooklyn lea*
School of Nursmg m'
Dr R,>th attended tfci
of Miami and is pi
I Chicago College of
Mr. Lefkowitx attended schools
in New York and served in the U.S.
Air Force during World War IL
Expert to Orel
Points on
Restitution I
Fashion Luncheon
Due at South Dade
- and prizes for the
Lucky S.lters w.U be the novel
of a fall "Surprise n Fasb-
i'-- Luncheon' given by the Sis-
- i Dade Jewish Cen-
:he Pub restaurant Wednes-
At leist 20 fascinating new fash-
wdl be previewed by exclusive
Beth Weber, of S. Miami. Luxun-
.-- st>led by I Rosengarten
be modeled by ten Sisterhood
ascmbers. Original coiffures for
the models will be created by Ha-
k "-
>. vchainaen of the event are
V-- Irving Dien and Mrs Maurice
Ruenick. Tickets or reservations
may be obtained through Mrs. Lou
.s.
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Jaouary 26 is the wedding date
for Miss Harriett Lee Gechman and
Capt. Charles Soiumon. UMaC.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Gechman. Li21 uicud D^Iine for filai L
ave.. Miami Beach He is the son ,|nn elaims aeairm tk|
of Mr. nd Mrs. Siduey boioniun. Wes1 r>rnmt far a|
1430 Lincoln ter., Miami Beach. ^r-cu-.on n* bmi
Miss Gechman attended schools ''' *Ur 1958. ball
in cmcago. She u a member of *,im Section f
the Hutu Opera uuud cnorus. '"Ci' ol ]**'ib '*(
Capt. Solomon attended City Col- ]* ?here Wl11 *
lege in New York and the Lmvera- *\f"H ;hat Ml" ,ta*l
n> oi st^auu. tw now u suuuued Sec'"-r' executm?
at Camp LeJeune. N.C. nounced h*re Wa
Council, whose prognal
Mwdrick
Miss Edith Mudnck and Arnold
Schecter are planning a February
wvdding.
She is lb* daughter of Mr .and
Mrs. Morris Mudnck. 4321 Post
ave.. Miami Beach. Me is the son
of Mr. and airs. David Scaecter.
12555 NW 15th ave.
Miss Mudnck is a graduate of
Miami Beech High School Mr
Schecter graduated from Miami J
Edison ana attended the University ;
of Miami School of Engineering.
assistance to clainuattn
restitution, will be bosttil
Alexander. anlmiaiiatiaMaaj
United Restitutioa i
New York, an MaoAwi
the librarvof the!
Mecation 135 HI Ml
ami

A Tnp to the Orient" will be theme of dinner donee at Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Center Saturday nighL Left to
right are chairmen Mesdames Thomas Fritch. Ejwui MarshaD
and Janet Bkru. Chef i. Loui, Knea. fa,^^ ^ Ucwne ^
Memorial for
Prof. Ginsburq
A memorial evening for the late
Prof Jekuthiel Gmsbar*. sponw-
ed by -Maedon.- Hebrew ^,kn
dub here, will be held Saturdav
evenint at the Kneseth Israel Con-
erecation
Prof Ginsburg was an interna-
tionally -known aaatkematician
*d of the Yeshiva Dkaraatafto
mathematics department, editor of
-Senpta Matheaaatica" and .He-
brew scholar
Ftonda chapter of Yeshiva Vtu-
**TsrtT will be represented by re-
gteal director Rabbi Jonah E. Cap-
dent. Jack Caartor and Shepard
oread.
Author and scholar Jacob Les-
-aBky. Rabbi CapUa. Rabbi Louis
rVwce-Js for FT4 UWory
Fun and good fond will mark the
^^*l,ru*1 'rt'W the
North Dade Jewish Center Sunday
ifrom 4 to 7:30 p m. Mrs. Milton
I Beresh. preden' of the PTA has
announced that all proceeds of the
'larbeo.ue. which is wader the chair-
SM*^P of Mrv ** Goldberg
! Mrs Maunee Neu. wiU be
to the PTA library.
A Cassel. of Temple
Zvi Perach wUI spee"
Vidduh and Eaurhsh
Kelemer will chaat I
Saul Pontsk wiU preside
Torak. and
Rubin Wawtatei*
Janet Rubin and Robert Sidney
Weinstein will be married in Jan-
uary.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Jack
Rubin. 6770 Indian Creek dr.. Mi-
ami Beach, and the late Mr. Rubin
He is the son of Mrs. Lewis Wein-
stein. Fairmont. N.C, and the late
Mr. Weinstein.
Miss Rubin attended Miami Beach
High School and graduated from j
CascadiUa Prep School in Ithaca. aakJa. H Baadawia
N Y. She attended the Umverv ropean r.atioas.
ities of Alabaaaa and Miami and as a1k> r vered ait aW
a member of Delta Phi Epszloo ,'" r v rhes lapw*
Mr. Weinstem attended Lenoir for I 0 Farbea a
Rhyne u Hickory. N.C. He served | Monowia
with the L s Army for two years.
Dr. AWiandw > I
the new and fine |
West German Uv mk I
questions of btal
Council also WeOWi^
eligible persom Hut **1
will be forfeiftd rf w(
meet the Mar. Jl i
A f 'rraer headafwal
Jews in Gennaay.
ney Dr Alexander a I
- '
measures for *b
Allied powers. Ai*JB
'the measures todaj wag
of Germany aoder I
as concentration aafl
expeler- trxm Pouatf
Mr and Mrs. Harold Jackson.
47VJS Alton rd. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Miss
Sandra Siege 1. to Bernard Puder.
son of Mr and Mrs. Meyer Puder.
9316 Bay dr Surtside.
Miaa SaegeJ b a graduate of Lear
School and attended the Univers-
ity of Miami. Mr. Puder gradu
ated from Rutgers I'niversity.
A January wedding is planned
Miss Selaia
817 W 3th
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lovember 8, 1957
fJenisti r/cridian
Paqe 7B
tccnt
J^irtL
in
lirths at Mt. Sinai Hos-
be the following:
born to Mr. and Mrs.
kdlander Oct. 21.
born to Mr. and Mrs.
lartz Oct. 20.
to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Oct. 20.
to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
18.
to Mr. and Mrs. Martin
17.
to Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
er Oct. 17.
to Mr. and Mrs. Philip
t. IT.
to Mr. and Mrs. Philip
16.
to Mr. and Mrs. Maksy-
Idstcin Oct. 16.
fcr born to Mr. and Mrs.
Oct. 16.
i to Mr. and Mrs. Steward
15.
to Mr. and Mrs. George
14.
pns born to Mr. and Mrs.
rantz Oct. 12.
Br born to Mr. and Mrs.
Drdon Oct. 12.
er born to Mr. and Mrs.
ipiro Oct. 12.
to Mr. and Mrs. Morten
an Oct. 11.
it born to Mr. and Mrs.
chaffel Oct. 10.
hi to Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
lick Oct. 9.
rn to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
ct. 8.
er born to Mr. and Mrs.
Oct. 8.
er born to Mr. and Mrs.
I Davidson Oct. 8.
to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
fet. 8.
fn to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
8.
er born to Mr. and Mrs.
[ison Oct. 8.
er born to Mr. and Mrs.
^berg Oct. 7.
er born to Mr. and Mrs.
ler Oct. 4.
|er born to Mr. and Mrs.
ibinstein Oct. 4.
rn to Mr. and Mrs. Nisson
3.
ler born to Mr. and Mrs.
lamud Oct. 2.
(ler born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jordan Oct. 2.
|er bora to Mr. and Mrs.
Friedman Oct. 1.
ler born to Mr. and Mrs.
Gelbman Oct. 1.
brn to Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
iwis Oct. 1.
lore Bank
fs Dividend
of directors of the North
ank. Miami Beach, has de-
dividend of 20 cents per
f. Rouse Smith, president
ed Wednesday,
vidend will be payable Dec.
ckholders of record Dec. 1.
Bugh this it Hi* first cash
kd the North Shore Bank
kclared," Smith Mid, "in
jit the bank did declare a
; cent stock dividend, and
a 33 and one-third per
ock dividend."
original total capital, sur-
kdivided profits and reserves
MISS LILLIAN 1AHH
Noted Musician
Ready for Bookings
Lillian Zahn, of 549 Meridian
ave.. Miami Beach, this week re-
vealed that she is available for
bookings in programs of folk songs
from many lands.
Miss Zahn, who has a rich mezzo-
soprano voice, studied with Giu-
seppe Boghetti, teacher of Marion
Anderson.
Her repertoire includes Amer-
ican, Israeli, Yiddish, Russian
and Spanish folk songsin all,
400 works in some 15 languages.
An accomplished guitarist, Miss
Zahn is her own accompanist. Her
programs have been acclaimed
widely throughout the United
States, Canada and Mexico.
Miss Zahn's method is "to re-
create through the medium of
folk songs the joys and sorrows,
struggles and aspirations of man-
kind throughout the ages."
Free Loan Hears
Local Politicians
"~n 400 oer^onc SiirtHovr heard
Miami Mqvnr Randall rhrfotnuta,
County Commissioner"! Faris Pf>
-art nd John Mr-Cloud and Ci'v
fommii-sirner G^orse D'lRrenil ad-
<***m nn nr^n hon= funrtion of
the Hebrew Free Loan Assn. of
C-"afnr Miami a 'ho Town Branch
nf tho Oea'er Miami Jewish Com-
p)l"*itv r-ontr
The sponsoring organization was
fnymofl coven ypxm aeo unrlrr the
learlershin nf Isidore Schwartz.
ho his held the office of presi-
dent since.
Srvi* wlHi him are Philio
Berkowiti. Sidney H. Palmer and
Morris IrMiaua, vice presidents;
H"v Goldberoj. treasurer; Clara
Eckhaus, financial secetary; Zel-
da Kuvt. r'ordinn S#cretry;
Gertrude Phillips, corresponding
secretary; and Sam Siegel, Max
Raop^nort and Louis Weintraub,
investigating and lending com-
mittee.
The organization extends inter-
est-free small loans to the indigent
here.
Providing entertainment was a
group sponsored by a grant from
the trust funds of the recording
industries in cooperation of Local
655, American Federation of Mu-
sicians. Harry Coven was band
leader.
Reduced Taxes
A Major Plank
Reduction in taxes and equaliza-
tion of assessment are major
planks in the platform of Raymond
(Ray) E. Turner, candidate for Mi-
ami City Commission in Group 5.
Turner also stresses the remov-
ing of the FEC Railroad tracks
from downtown Miami, rehabilita-
tion of port and docks with Metro
funds and elimination of traffic
bottle necks by federal, state and
county aid.
A native Floridian, Turner lives
with his wife. Bertha, at 1331 SW
22nd ter. He has been a Miamian
since 1925. They are members of
the Riverside Methodist Church.
During World War II, Turner
served with the office of United
States Censorship. He is a used
car dealer here.
were $500,000. This has now grown
to $2,350,000.
Davis L. Statton was elected as-
sistant vice president of the North
Shore Bank, Smith also announced.
Statton joined the North Shore
Bank last June, in the loan de
partment. He has had long experi-
ence in banking.
ler Returning
'eoria Firm
(Bill) Bender is returning
pda manager of Gooderham
Distilleries of Detroit and
Delsener, vice president
Beral sales manager of the
Wednesday announced Ben-
eappointment.
. il I member of the
Miami City Council, na-
xecutivo commit teeinan
Jewish War Veterans and
*r of the board of dlrec-
Tempte Zion.
pr will cover Florid" with
ttors in Tampa, Jackson-
tnsacola and Miami, where
<* it at 132* N. Miami ave.
ges with his wife and daugh-
"81 SW 13th ter.
Some 350 PTA members attended workshop sessions on "Re-
ligion in Public Schools" Oct. 28 and 29 at North Dade Jewish
Center, North Shore Jewish Center, and Temple Judea. Ses-
sions were sponsored by Council of Parent-Teacher Assns.
of Bureau of Jewish Education and Joint Advisory Committee
on Religion in Public Schools. Left to right are Mrs. Jack Aug-
ust, Mrs. Milton Beresh, PTA president, and Mrs. Barney Labell
discussing results of area-wide workshops.
Mental Health
Elects Officers
Wayne Withers was reelected
president of the Mental Health So-
ciety of Greater Miami, a United
Fund agency, at the 10th annual
meeting of the organization last
week in the McAllister hotel.
Other officers elected werj Ed-
ward S. Christiansen, first vice
president; Walter Weiss, second
vice president; Mrs. Henry F. Hill,
secretary; and Judge Frank B.
Dowling, treasurer.
Elected to the board of directors
for a three year term were Mrs.
John A. Baker, Dr. John R. Beery,
Fred H. Billups, Edward Graham,
Dr. James W. Lancaster, Mrs. Will
S. Lindsley, Mrs. Hugh Matheson,
Jr., Mrs. Richard F. Stover and
Mrs. Gaines R. Wilson.
Two-year terms went to Paul
H. Marks, and a one-year torm
went to Rabbi Alfred Waxman
and Mrs. Paul J. Weiss.
Over 200 people heard the past
presidents report on the progress
of the agency. Greetings from the
governor and cabinet and other
state officers were among the
many telegrams and letters re-
ceived, commending the agency for
the outstanding work done during
the past decade.
Sisterhood Slates Card Party
North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
terhood's next in its series^of once-
a-month card parties will be held
Sunday evening, Nov. 17, at the
Center. Weekly donor games con-
tinue to be held each Tuesday at
the Center.
W. KHOU
Hearn Cautions
Against Knocking
Out City of Miami
Commissioner B. E. Hearn cau-
tioned this week that if Miami vot-
ers succumb to the move to place
a ballot on the Nov. 19 election
to abolish the City of Miami they
will force the city to lose its ident-
ity and all of the privileges ac-
quired through the years.
Hearn, a Miami resident for
more than 45 years, pointed out
that he originally supported the
Metro plan and feels it potentially
offers an efficient form of govern-
ment for many county and muni-
cipal functions.
Hearn urged Miami voters to
slow down and take stock in con-
sidering all of the aspects of this
matter.
"Metro never was intended to
abolish the City of Miami," Hearn
said, "only to provide a more eco-
nomical and efficient framework
for many overlapping functions of
government."
"The name of Miami is of prime
importance to the welfare of all
local residents, particularly to our
over-all economy, and our city
hardly should be abolished with
less than one month's considera-
tion," he declared.
Woodruff Wants Hialeah
Services on High Plane
Roy F. Woodruff, an accountant,
is 32. He has been on the Hialeah
council since 1953.
Active in national and local
Chamber of Commerce affairs,
Woodruff is also a member of the
American Legion.
Running on his record, Woodruff
says he will continue to work for
better recreational facilities, side-
walks, and library system.
He wants a bridge across the
canal at SE 8th ave., "and to bring
Hialeah services up to such high
standards that Metro government
will have no reason to take over
Hialeah."
McLellan lists Platform
In Hialeah Commission Race
Walter J. "Mack" McLellan is a
grocery store owner on the north-
east side in Hialeah.
The 48-year-old native of Ala-
bama, came to Miami in 1933. He
is active in Chamber of Commerce,
Lions, YMCA and Democrat Assn.
affairs.
Running for a seat on the Hia-
leah commission, he includes in his
platform an incinerator, completed
sidewalk program, street improve-
ment, canal protection, fully man-
ned police and fire departments up
to national standards, long-range
sewage and disposal system and a
better park and playground pro-
gram.
You, too, Can be
A Supervisor
Anyone nurturing a secret ambi-
tion to serve as a sidewalk superin-
tendent of an important construc-
tion job will have ample opportu-
nity to fulfill this ambition at the
open house party of the new Mt.
Sinai Hospital to take place Sun-
day afternoon at the construction
site of the new $7,000,000 hospital.
The board of trustees of the
hospital has sent out invitations
to civic, philanthropic and busi-
ness leaders of the community to
join the "Sidewalk Superinten-
dent's Club of the New Mt. Sinai
Hospital."
"Installation of members will be
held at the open house party,"
states the invitation. "Your super-
vision of construction progress of
the new hospital is requested on
this gala occasion."
To make it all very official, a
membership card is provided, ex-
tending "all courtesies" of the
Sidewalk Superintendent's Club to
[ members in good standing.
6 blackstone
flower shops
te serve you
24 hours
phone JE 8-1591
WILLIAM H. ROHM
TEACHER of PIANO-ORGAN
GAUOWAY AT SUNSET
7022 S.W. 87th Avenue
MO 5-6821 Res. MO 14275
YOU CAN HELP .
Towards the support of the fine
old men cnJ women at the
Jewish Home for the Aged
by tending us articles which you
cannot use er sell! Such as
FURNITURE RUGS
LINENS LAMPS
o COSTUME JEWELRY
for pick-up please call Mr. Silver-
man at PL 1-*94) or bring to us
THE THRIFT SHOP
5246 NE 2nd Ave.
Open Daily 8 to 4:30
Closed Fridays and Saturdays
ATTENTION to CONSUMERS
THE UNITES BAIABATIM VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF GREATER MIAMI
hereby serve* notice that it can verify the Kaahruth ONLY of thoe*
establishment* that have the VAAD LICENSE. All Vaad Supervised
poultry must have a special Vaad Seal bearing Vaad name. Be sure
of Kashruth look for VAAD SEAL.
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
the home of
r
. U.S. pat. off.
MIAMI MIAMI KACN FT. LAUDEROALE WEST PALM lEAd
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J3<*r Relatives to Fete
Stephen Maron
'!anv relatives from Montreal.
Canada, will be among the 150
guests entertained by Mr .->nd
I I Ml at Maron at a dinner and
dance at the Fontainebleau Satub
da> ni^ht in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah of their son. Steph<
JhjtBar ijaBraonaa* u. :
be held Saturday .. Temple Emanu-
Et The nm invited pi
be entertained at luncheon b) Mr
Mrs, Maron in the S.:
of the Temple.
mi the Montreal
the Manas, who are formerly from
that city and now live at 24 ki \
S I K ter.. Normandy Isie. are the
ben:
vlmother;
Mr Harvey Maron, br
s. law, Mr. and II
Theodore M Gold, brotber-in-laa
STlFHtS MJJtOM
*JewishntrHhrj
Rare Stamp Group
Sifted to University
A unique contribution to the ed-
itional .nd cultural life of the
lailtlT thi> week by
B Greentree. local attorney.
Creentree prefer ted a complete
Ism I ataflS Ntamps to the
Iniversity of Miami tor permanent
:n the university library
a later date, in the Joe and
isre Art Gallery.
Th historical album contains
187 tmes representing all of
Israel'* postal issues since the
i.-Kro'ion of the State in 1948,
as well as some extremely valu-
able "singles" issued by the
State of Israel before its name
wis made official.
- >me of the more artistic
and rare items are the 1950 Feat
red by famed artist
and illuminator Arthur S/yk: the
third I ih, designed by A
Games of London, and the Youth
Aiiyuh >ct. designed by Miriam
y of Haifa.
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Bynaee^iue and Cantor
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o Nmhtlv Snacks
Entertainment
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Accepting the unusual gift on be-
i uncles and au:
Dr. and Mrs n Ceetom. Mr and Greenberg. Mr Abe
Mr- A Ruler. Mr-. Moe Wolfe, Sdttkter, Mr. H Z. Zahn. Mr and
Mr-. I. M ouoruve. Mr arid \!r- M:" Hiller, Mrs Ada La* half of the university was presi-
A M M Mrs Syd !r A!freJ filler. Mr Jjck dent Dr Jay Pearson, who has been
Maron, and Mr and Mrs Phil Zl!,rer r many years an avid stamp col-
"> Uncles and anats Mr and Mrs. lec,or
I her Montreal guests include Herbert Werner and Mr. and Mrs.] ----------------
Mr- J H Wilanski. Mr and Mrs Irwin Werner mill be guests from NaCCflU ^APVIPP
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Nor***
Lawrence Nadler
Is Bar Mitzvah
-"nee Harold, "-. and
aaries Nailer, will bee
Bar Mitzvah Saturda> N 9. at
the Hebrew Acad-
-li-
the Aead been at-
tending the school for the past
rears.
n will enduct the
Masai services and
also read from Ihe Scroll.
Laurence will deliver the sermon
d on the reading of the Week-
ortion "Yayeira Rabbi Alex-
an'; B nncipal. *;.: srcl
i gut -- jr.d will introduce the
Bar Mitzvah.
guet* will include
and Mrs Losjbi Lobel and son.
Philip Scott and Mr and Mrs Her
man Lobel and daughter. Janet.
bland. N Y. and Samuel
k!yn.
present at the Bar Mitzvah
wi!l be Mrs Solomon Lobel. grand-
lAWtUKf NADU*
mother of the Bar Mitzvah
Cruise passenger service between
Miami and Nassau soon will be
doubled bv the P. and O Steamship
in response to continuing de-
mand for additional sailings.
Begininng Nov. 18. two 3-day
round trip cruises to the Bahamas
capital will be scheduled each week
by the SS Florida, according to Ken
neth A. Osborne. vice president and
1 general manager of the P and O.
The SS Florida, featuring a
new all-white exterior and redec-
orated interior, will sail on tfo
following schedule: Leave Miami
every Monday at S p.m., return
to Miami every Thursday at 8:30
a.m.; leave Miami Friday at 5
p.m. return to Miami Monday
at 1:30 a.m.
Cruise passengers will spend two
nights at sea and two days and a
night in Nassau, using the ship a,
their hotel while berthed at Prince
George Dock, located at the foot
of Bay st. in the center of Nassau's
late Solomon Lobel was an honor- shopping district Cruise fares in
arv eke president of the Hebrew!elude stateroom accommodations
Academy and one of its founders, land all meals for the entire trip
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the special significance of \our occasion.
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facilities for any function, from the
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November 8, 1957
*knist> Meridian
Page 9B
wan
Feat in Middle East Began
\th Quest by Peter the Great
SAUL, CARSON
NATIONS (JTA)
emendous power like the
Ion voices threats against
ery.existence as a state,"
iple reason for a thor-
,it the international sit-
ich seems to put Israel in
opareiy. Russia's Foivi"n
Lndrei A. Gromyko, vir-
: iit*-t\T Hi? Geir-
>at auditorium
,i..,n mentions Israel
perl irmed fre-
|, .-,. .-.. As'-emlilN
: t i- behind the
i ticai n go vtg-
,, .1 ,. i1(, v?rv power
'i he acceptance
. of Israel as a United
nine and tea years
Chinese adventures had resulted in
stalemates as between East and
West, Russia was free to concen-
trate on the Near and Middle East
atjain. One must emphasize that
ui.nl again. Russia's interest in
the region is as old as" modern Rus-
sia itself.
It started with the rise of Rus-
sia
Peter 1. when Peter decided he had.
to expand his empire eastward
at the expense of a decaying Otto-
man Empire. The policy of nib-
bling at Turkey was continued by
Catherine n in the pair of Russo-
Turki>h wars that raged in the
years 1768 74 and 1787-92. Russia
took advantage of the turmoil dur-
ing the Napoleonic era to attack
it is seen that Israel is* only an in-
cidental, irritating annoyance as
tu as Soviet Russia is concerned.
With utter cynicism, the govern-
ment of Moscow shows that it simp-
ly does not care whether Israel
lives, or is injured, or is destroyed
altogether.
In its campaign for hegemonv in I-
as a European power under i the Near and Middle East, "the
Inc into Arab and Jewish
progressive step at the
fcck in 1947. For the next
Jfour years, there was no
Russian antipathy to Is-
rn here. As late as 1951,
Security Council adopted
|s resolution calling upon
keep the Suez Canal open
of all nations "wher-
id." Russia let that pro-
easure go through the
But by 1952, Moscow's
(vis Israel had begun to
for the last five years.
sin and anti-Israelism as
policies in the United
ecame ever tougher, more
unreasonably violent. By
policy had become a
" Now Russia is more
Sly anti-Israel than many
/hat has happened and
f all, let's take a look at
lian maneuver tine* the
irorld War II. Conven-
Ihe Russians have been
in five-year cycles. The
tie, from 1945 to circa
i the period when Russia
ig to consolidate its hold-
[Europe. The next quin-
was devoted to the Far
th Korea and Indo-China
tragic centers nf Soviet
Us. During those two
Russia could not afford
itself in troubles else-
piently, ancient I;
in the Near and Middle
allowed by Moscow to lie
As a direct result, Mos-
permit itself the posture
i^m, as far as Israel was
|tcr the Korean and Indo-
USSR needs-allies, -as .well as- bases.
Egypt showed itself willing to play
the Faust of the Moscow Mephisto-
pholes, then Syria took up the role
in the second act. The problem
then arises for Moscow: How is it
to consolidate the rest of the Arab
world? The answer is an easy one
and as simple as it is vicious.
Turkey again. The next big flare- i ,.,,., ,. ... .
. ? u*e Israel as the whipping boy.
up took the shape of the Crimean Regardless of their own, internal
divergencies, all of the Arab
states can be counted upon to
join the chorus when the theme
of hatred is scored in anti-Israeli
cacophony. At least that is what
Moscow hopes. Therefore, Mos-
cowcaring not a kopeck for its
own integrityleads that unholy
choir. Therefore, Gromyko's bas-
so profundo here, like Khrush-
chev's in Moscow, may be exer-
cised freely in singing the song
of anti-Israeli hatred.
......ted for the partition War. And so it went, on through
the Nineteenth Century, and into
the Twentieth. No country was
more consistent in its pursuit of the
"drang nach Osten" than Russia
and Turkey, which stood in the
way, was the victim of Russian ag-
gression time and again.
Thus, today, in the third five-
year cycle following World War
II, modern Turkey is" as much in
the way of Russian expansionism
as the old Ottoman Empire was.
The "radical" Communists pur-
sue precisely the same policy ini-
tiated by the brutal Peter I and
the immoral Katharine II. The
color of the flag has changed, as
have the slogans but the com-
missars of today are engaged in
exactly the same campaigns
against Turkey followed by the
hospodars of yesterday.
Viewed in this broad perspective.
Understanding of the situation
does not lessen the danger to Is-
rael. But it does help somewhat to
Installing officer Stanley C. Myers makes presentation to Mrs.
Milton Sirkin as she stepped down from three-term presidency
ol Greater Miami Jewish Community Center at GMJCC's sev-
enth annual m'inq Sunday in diLido hotel. (See details
in story on Pg. 7A).
Ha. B'nai B'rith Youth Will Convene
At Camp Owaissa Bauer Dec, 26-20
Florida region B'nai B'rith Youth Burnett Roth. District 5 ADL
convention will he held at Camp
Owaissa Bauer in Naranja, Fla.,
Dec. ?6 to 30. Dr. William Wilson.
see clearly that Israel is only a president-elect of Gilbert J. Balkin
splinter in the big bear's paw. By 'i^d^e of B'nai B'rith and chairman
perceiving that fact, it is possible
to see that Israel's course lies in the
direction of the West untrust-
worthy as some of its Western
"friends" may prove themselves at
times.
tedpssah Dance
stlval dance will be held
fevening at the Crown hotel
K sponsorship of the Jun-|
s-ah of Miami Beach. Co-
are Miss Janice flechler
Harriet Frcedman.
fin is Speaker
>avid P T A met
ling at Beth David
hear Dr. Mark Murfin in
lion on "Getting to Know
Mon-
.iii.h
Sign ci radiating pleasure
comes Irom Dianne Whitman
as she represents one of
many teen-ager3 participa-
ting in daily activities at
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center's teen leisure-
time program. Activities cov-
ered iun fiom basketball to
dancing, debating and charm
conrses. Grades 5 to 11 are
invited to participate in pro-
gram which also highlights
baton twirhng, ballet and tap
dancing. ________
Flagler Suggests
Leadership Council
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center leaders this week
called on officers and members of
other Greater Miami community
centers to join in a Leadership
Council to blanket the area.
Louis Bush, Flagler-Granada
president, in a letter circulated
here, said that "it is our feeling at
this time that if you and your offi-
cers would join together with our
and other officers of other Jewish
Centers and Temples in a com-
bined effort, we might all work In
a unison program for the mutual
participation and advantage of all." I V<'"'h Council, and Nora Gordon.
vie president ot the Mate Assn.
of the convention, revealed Wed-
nesday.
Some 150 teen agers represent-
ing cities in Florida will attend the
conclave and discuss the theme
"Through the Jewish Looking Glass
into Solid Citizenship."
Assisting in the development
of thinking and discussion will
be representatives of the Rabbin-
ical Assn. of Greater Miimi, in-
cluding president Rabbi Morris
Skop and chairman for commun-
ity relations Dr. Irving Lehrman.
Guest speakers include Rev. Max
Carl, director of the National Con-
ference of Christiana and Jew- foi
the Florida regional office.
Leading the conference will be
the respective Florida state presi-
dents of the Aleph Zadik Aleph.
Steve Wpisman of Tampa, and for
B'nai B'rith Gills. .Inly 0 -in*ky.
of Daytona Beach. Administration
of the convention will be handled
by Bernard Weiner, president of
the Greater Mi imi B'nai B'rith
chairman of the Grand Lodge of
B'nai B'rith: Jack Fink, president
of Miami Beach Lodge: Eli Hur-
witz, B'nai B'rith youth chairman
representing Sholem Lodge; Mrs.
N. Reinhard, president of South
Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Wo-
men: Stanley Caidin. president of
the South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Men: and Mrs. Murray Laz-
arus, Florida B'nai B'rith Youth
chairman repesenting the State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's
chapters.
The convention will be directed
by Mrs. Gerald Robinson, Great-
er Miami BBYO director, assisted
by Robert Fisher, director for the
Greater Miami AZA.
The coordination of the conven-
tion and its relationship to the
B'nai B'rith of Greater Miami will
he done by Mrs. Joseph Bermann,
cl airman for the board of directors
Of the BBYO.
Bush said this would be "a com-
bined and coordinated program for
community betterment and serv-
ice."
PaJJqf to Visit Sholem
E. Albert Pallot, president of
B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge
5. will be honored Tuesday evening
at a meeting of Sholem Lodge,
when he makes his official visit 10
the lodge. Pallot is a member and
past president of Sholem. The af-
fair will be held at Beth David
auditorium.
of B'nai B'rith Girls.
Ncw!veleeted officers will be
installed by Judqe Milton A.
Friedman, past National B3YO
Commissioner, and Mrs. Alfred
Reich, third vie- president for
District 5 Grand Lodge B'nai
B'rith Women.
In addition to the basic theme
of the convention, contests are
scheduled, including the state
championships in oratory for both
the AZA and the BBG. the story-
telling contest for the BBG's, and
the basketball tournament lor the
AZA.
Judges for these contests include
JEWISH FRIENDSHIP
CIU3 OF GREATER MIAMI
will >'< W.ORIAl SERVICES far
the AlARTVffS Of NfiT TWP
of whom we do not know when
and where Ihev died .
Satjnby, Nov. 9th
at 8:30 P.M., at the
CROWN HOTEL
CORONATION POM
RABBI H. 0K01ICA
SPEAKER:
All
are weicomr to --articipate
in our Ka&dish
***.
<**.
Diabetics Hear Talk
Greater Miami Lay Diabetes
Assn. met Monday at the Communi-
ty Service bid,;. Guest speaker was
Dr. Edward I. Lauth, of N. Miami.
in a talk on "Obesity."
SfNfltf COY, ACS 30, BORN IN U.S.A.
rtvt in 'sra?l wishes to correspond
, with qirl a?; 18 to 25 with matri-
mony in mind. Please use foreign let-
tar. AVI YACOVI, Kibbutz Bet Ha
Em k, Door Ha Western, Galil, Israel
BUY AN ISRAELI BOND
and become a partner in the greatest
miracle "THE STATE Of ISRAEL"
CALL MAYSHIE
JE 8-4969 or JE 1-5314
At.-----*

Ibreak'nq services for Temple Ner
80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Miami
W>H ha announced in the near future,
William J. Harris, Temple president, re-
! Wednesday. Pictured is architect Rich-
[Ogden's drawing oi 40,000-sq. ft. edifice
to be fully air-conditioned with complete facil-
ities for religious, social and educational ser-
vices. Planned is seating capacity for 1,200
persons and 11 classrooms, in addition to so-
cial hall for 600 and kosher catering facilities.
OPfviNG f-OR lME HAjON
[JEWISH CULTURAL CENTER\
429 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach
WED., NOV. 13, 8:30 p.m.
ATTY? DANIEL PA-.L
and Miami City Atforney
GEORGE OKELL, SR.
will discuss the issues involved in
the Special Metropolitan Election
November 19th
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Friday,
Religious Directory
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7W1 Carlyle
vi Orthodox. Rabbi Im*c Ever.
in."

ANSHE EMES. 253S SW 19th
ave. Cantor Morris Zimmtrmin.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd eve.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
borg. Cantor William W. Lipson.
CANDUUGK1ING Tim
14 Haahvan 5:18 pjn-

BETH EL. SM SW 17th avt. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
ky.
.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Soif.
s


Beth Shotom Names Cantor
To Launch Music Educatimi
Cantor David Convieer, of New 0f th Raj^ '
York City, has been appointed can jn ridj "^ %*\
tor and director of music at Tern He WQ lr*nd l*l*,|
pie Beth Sholom, John- Serbin. 0, such ""*'
Temple president, and Judge Tojcinnin'*"^ *
Harry A. Greenberg. vice president Stokowski'i *"*
nd acting chairman of the relig Munch *L V^-m
r ,n 'he field of fa. i
rec""n- h Kri^M
* d Tempi* ^l]
11 HeSM
a
ious committee, announced Wed
nesday.
Cantor Conviser is a graduate of
the Julhard School of Music and
earned his MA degree at the He
brew Union College School of Sa
cred Music in New York, where he
afso Served as "a faculty member Hebrew Art Quart-,,
Cantor Conviser has sung with '"Taurus, and he
choirs since the age of nine, and ch"r"'director of t^,
has appeared with such famous era'i"n of Tempi,
cantors as Hershman. Kwartin. ,ausht music al
Katcho. Rothman. Rosenblatt and h"u~* in New y,
othcr-
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW. 2nd
avt. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
Herson. Cantor Hyman Fein.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Keltmer.
-
v
CANTOff DAVID CONVISIK
In addition, he has song on the
concert steoe and as a member
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
nan.
-

-
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th St.
end* NE 11th ;ve. Conservelive.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarh.
rived here Wed
' n p s rl a v nn r
n c ". a a> on .
three-day tour o<
,the Greater Mi
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13430
Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker. W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
Israel Good Will Mission Members
In Miami to Meet with Businessmen
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurice Memehes.
-
Three member* of an Israel In-
al Good Will Mivinn. spon-
sored hv the Israel Goverment. ar-

BETH RAPHAEL.
ave.
139 NW 3rd
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative.
ami area to ac
'quaint local busi
< -- leaders with
Israel's indu-tna
growth and p
tential for pnvati
investment.
CENTER. 620 dJ^a/SJ
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Boneh_ Ud
S a.m.

Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
and
GOtAN
Koor Industries.



'. a.m.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH
715 Washington ave).
CENTER.
Rabbi Herbert M.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 18160 NW 2nd ave. Con-
servative.
-

SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW TER R#form<
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Mur Baumgard
ray A. Alstet.
I'mver
l-rraiUt and
-.., .TJiirtt
diecuastbi.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
HOI S. Andrews ave. Ft. Louder- SOUTHWEST JEWISH C"NTER.
dale. Reform. Rabbi Maries Ran- 64M sw *" Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
Wj i.M IV,
ion.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 6th
it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Cross.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Leo Heim.

ih r-efn
-
o
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 103 NE
tth st.. Homestead. Conservative.
Harris Gerti offfciates.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk st. Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
, I-"' U Col
Karl P C:
Attack Squadron 131. Mann-
At-, raft droop J! ai I
Poe* li rfalth-
Veteraas' !> .r\i. riuoata
'' A H !hn I : y .
irtTr. and rhlldrrii >,f *r.-ral
school
Leon J. Leinkram. general man-
brad, and Shimon Horn, head of
the U.S. office for the Israel In-
vestment Center, were greeted by
Mayor Randall Christmas of Miami
and Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth
Oka
Thursday evening they were to
be guests at a private gathering
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Friedland, 5744 N. Bay ret
The trio are members of a
national mission composed of eight
leading Israeli businessmen and
industrialist- representing a wide
variety of the country's enter-
prises Divided into separate
groups, the natallal will visit a total
of 22 principal cities throughout
the I'nited States and Canada.
Members of the mission are
equipped, both by years of experi-
ence and background, to present a
complete picture of Israel's eco-
nomic problems in the fields of fi-
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
N'aal s.
rfanifk-ani in: nancing. taxes, markets, raw ma-
of I>r. an.! Mr*. Daai :. |
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
v tli!AK ".' '

-
'! Mr .,n.i Mr.
tenaK credits, and labor-manage-
ment relations.
Speaking with businessman
here, the Israel industrialists are
hn.
M M
e. Conservative.
Herson. Cantor
Rabbi
Albert
TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Sijtnunrl

awl.
h I.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 P.ktm,
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skon
HOLLYWOOO BETH SHOLEM Cantor Herman GoMliTlr
1725 Monroe st, Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOO TEMPLE SINAI.
J030 Polk st.. Hollywood. Consorv- TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
atfva. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor erected at Both st. and Tetum weter-
PTidav
a m lla> M>ta\ah
Mr and Mis
Sat^r.ia.
Arllae, dauahier of
Shub.,
Yehudah HeiIbraun. way.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3191 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Ma lav sky.
lay ;.I0 and
Mi
1:11 p m On<-c
^r.il Mr-
AHIKKAM IStAfU
RELIGIOUS STORE
1XS7 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH JE l-r/22
A BIO SELECTION OF
CHANUKAH MENORAHS
made in laracl and in the States
. ,TfMPLE S,NA| M*th Miami
131st st. and N.E. 6th *,*. R,
reem. Rabbi Benno M. WallaeK
Miami a
Abraham
Giants.
L J0 p m- Bawaaea: ..ilr v.t-
an.t Tod*
Wea.
Man,
West
ad Mr.
Ia> .m *rrai:

TORAH TEMPLE. 1354
ave. American Judaism,
Abraham Cassal.
Mla> SW a.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
tamore ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph
. rnH,y J ja ,,, v ,-,
.n*
r Hr\ M. ha.
d! JO a in
detailing a new $300,000,000
four-year industrial doveloontent
program that was recently out-
lined in Israel and which is de-
signed to double the country's an-
nual manufacturing output and
increase the industrial labor
force by one-third.
This ambitious program, released
by the Ministry of Commerce and
| Industry proposes large-scale in-
vestments in nearly 600 individual
enterprises in the 12 main branches
of the country's industry. These
are: metals, textiles, chemicals,
food processing, building materials,
paper, wood, diamond polishing,
glass, ceramics, leather and print-
ing.
A large portion of Israels main
industrial establishments have been
set up with the participation of
American investors, who helped to
bring about the formation or ex-
pansion of firms now manufactur-
ing cement, steel piping, plywood,
electric motors, assembling motor
vehicles and other items.
Under the contemplated indus-
trial expansion program advanced
by the Israel Government, it is
hoped that Israel will achieve three
goals:
Expand her exports, in order
to reduce her present wide gap
between the flow of imports and
exports.
Create permanent and pro-
ductive employment for 45.000
immigrant families, to help cope
with the massive immigration
now streaming into Israel.
Hasten the development of
sparsely settled and under-pop-
ulated areas of Israel.
Before leaving Israel for their
tour of the United States. Golan
Leinkram and Horn, along with
other members of the mission, met
with Prime Minister David Ben
Gunon and Finance Minister Levi
Rshkol who stressed importance of
the mission's work in reviewing
with the American business com-
munity current investment condi-
tions and oportunities in Israel.
During their stay, they are to
visit the University of Miami, and
many commercial and manufactur-
ing plants.
He conourtH ^
chorus .nd rnrntm|
Piychntnc Dm**,,:
H"P'UI in New ye,,
,nrPy at the
Div.sion of the UijfJ
* Metropdjl
Mumc in New YaT|
extensive camp i
sic director of the'
' .r nip" fOT
Pittsfield, Mass.
Cantor Convurr r^
cantr,r at Beth Shc^i
tote a i>r on ever) level of Ta_
under the guidawfl
r Kjbbi Leon I
MOM
Eban, Cantor I
Telephone I
Israel Ambassador
and Eddie Cantor, i
Housing Bond chairaaJ
"inside reports'" on
cies now facing I
tional telephone
Washington and Se
Sher. chairman
ami Committee. Stat I
Bond. announced thai
The telephen. he*j
will be h-nni* throughout the U""
slated for the Seil
day at a 12 noon ha4l
Community Im*"1!
and officers of local M
ligiousorganiati<-<-J*2
ers and workers to W*!
present for the luncheail
Hefcre.*!
Miami
ises wmi-"**,,'
Mum. *" '
SSI
DO""
Hebrew
Synagogues.
ISRAELI *
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW
** Conservative. P.abbi
Waxrnan.
17th
Alfred
Vaf.
hi
Pridar m p m s.
raiurtiay am. Bar lUtxvah

TlFErTM ISRAEL. 4500 N
"bW Dr. Tibor H. Stem
ill Washington Ave, M. B.
Jt MMS JE ,.,M
vVL.v-sr bkosk>;
qozvoN
l-MTt
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November 8, 1957
+Jewisti fhriHu
Page 11 B
Prof. Shugermcn to Speak
Prof. Abe L. Shup,erman, of the
University of Miami law school,-
will be guest speaker at a luncheon
meeting of Miami Beach Lodge,
Bnai B'nth, Tuesday noon at the
DiLido hotel. His subject will be
"Talatudic Law as it Affects Our
Present Day Laws."
Maule lists Big Gain
for Nine-Month Period
A gain of more than three-and
a-half million dollars in net sales
by Maule Industries, Inc., for the
nine months ended Sept. 30, 1957
is announced by Jose A. Ferre,
chairman of the board.
These figures, Ferre points
out, include sales attributable to
new facilities acquired after Sept.
30. 1956, but exclusive of these ad-
ditions, sales attribuatable to pre-
viously existing facilities also re-
corded gains.
bis year's Man-of-the-Year award goes
rshman who, incidentally, donated
the temple building fund."
____________________ Cipr 1W, !..-.,< ...l.
Gl
ituaries
tS. BELLA PRESS
5\v 23rd eve., ti-.I Nov. 3. A
:i II'" >*'. I S, Sill- is Mil -
~. I-. Chai lei and Louis;
Eva Vtoliit .i nit M i -
i iii-i ont brotht r.
burial wi-i in l Irookb n.
1:. aoh Menu.rial i 'ha
I teal a' rangemeDta.
CRE L. ROMANOFF
Hi Dlla dr., (ll-.l Nov. 3. A
B- -i, lu hail ll\ il I lei i i \
i bla wii.-. Lllll in.
'... i and Sidney.
\' a York, with River-
Mi mortal Chapel in chai,:.
illy.
RY MEYiZROWITZ
nd ft., (I ed No> :. A
v el. ;
(i i busineaa.
r ol ,ai' y s. ,-.;-
eglon, and .< 1 i- -
Wai i veteran. Surviving
Wv. \!i:im.'; two Buna, l.eii.i I
an; anil a sisl-r. .Mis. Mary
- .mil burial were in
nl. with Hi-iiman Funeral
oharge of local arrange-
Beacb Memorial Chapel in charge of
local arrangi menta.
GEORGE A. BROWN
19. of i">, Malaga are 'li.'i Nov. l. An
in-ui.'ii' salesman. In- was .1 resident
here 18 yeara. Surviving an- bla wife,
Lucille; bis mother, Mrs. Pannj
Brown; a brother and two
s. i \ Icea \\ i it- Nov. it ai
l- uneral n...... iih burial
Nebo i Cemetery.
i lordon
in Mi.
|LPH FRIEDLAND
nth t.. died Oct. ill In Mat-
\ winter realdeol ln-re for
? In- was a Venetian blind
r-i'. lb- leavea In,, wife.
II. sons, Joel. Allan and
four brothera and a statei
si rvlcea were Nov
I Memorial Park Cemetery.
falde-Beach Memorial Cha-
in ansemenia.
JMANUEL CERDY
NW HXth dr.. died Nov. 1.
Ipturer of metal stamping,
[ii.i.- f.mr yeara ace from
He leavea hi* wife. Paaii;
lorn pii. three slatera, and
- s. vi<-.-s were under ihe
I rUveralde-Baach Mentor-
SiMoeorvj j, ROSEN3ERG
. ;:; Lakevlew dr., i -1 Nov. l
broker, he was .1
of the M i "i !'..- b i itrol|
'lull. -. of the Ml iml Bi ai b
i itv of id. .. and
memhi r ol H il B'rith. Survivors In-
clude .1 : i ither, Louis, an i a
Love Servlcea ind bui lal
n-i lor-
don Funeral Home In charge "f ar-
;.. Ill I' -'ally.
DAVID H LEVINE
7.".. of I2S NE 58th at., 'li'-'l Oct. M A
il.- was the
founder of two early Miami restau-
rants, the Southern restaurant, since
demolished, an.l a .Miami la-a.h re-,
tautaiit now known as tJie Ktfqulre
Surviving are his wife, Olive, thre*
brothers ami a sister. Services and
burial were Nov. 3.
SOL GUTT6RMAN
of MSI Michigan ave.i died Oct. 30 In
Ni w York. A salesman, he was a
resilient here nil].- years, He le.i ws
his wife, Alice: a son. Morton: and a
brother and a sister. Services and
burial were Nov. l in New York.
LOMON GREENBERG
! SOth -1.. ilie.l Nov. 1. A
i I > a -. h.- was a .i-h
safetei la and a m.-m-
Hotel ami Restaurant Bm-
i'i Fiartendera Union. Sur-
Pude two brothers. Alli.it
Servlcea an.l burial were
New York, with Hellman
in i barge of at
MORRIS SCHWARTZ
U, of B7J Flnetree dr., died Oct. 31. A
retired tailor, he was a resident here
11 yeara. He is survived by three
daughters. Mrs. Bthel Baden. Mis.
Vivian Blchel, and Mis. [da Qoldman;
and two sons. Albert and San. S.-r-
vlcea ami burial were In New York,
with Rlveralde-Beach Memorial cti.i-
;> i in charge of local arrangements.
JAVID MILLMAN
CnlUni ave 'ind Nov. t. *
five as lu- a as rt
Be business. 11, leavea a bro-
|iaui. ,- ,i vlcea a ml bur al
lew York, with Rlveraide-
MAX BAUMAN
0, of I4SS N. .I.i'i'.-rson a\e. died Ocfc
D, Phe o ner of a v. leweli y
tore, I..- "as a reeldent hen
SUI \ Ivlng are his Wife, Maria :
a son. T!i. odo an i a granddaugh-
l .' i Newman-
Qordoti I" n-i r Home, uuh burial in
i.aki sale m. mortal Park.
HARRY KATZ
So, of l i-'i C illlni ave., died Oct Js.
-ai \ ..-'I by two slatera, Includ*
ing .Mi-- Rai I lilbaum, Miami Beach.
w.ri -ict. 29 at Newman-Oor-
ion i ineral Home, iih buriaJ in .\lt.
i ii.- y.
iKS
iHER
Tfcie Symbol
PreajeeaHy
^peeera ew
Fed Prodact*
Which Are
Certified aa
Koil.it.
Wetch let N
ai Yiui CM,

nu% oirout
MRS. MABEL JACOBSON FADEN
>i7. of 118 Ocean* dr., died i ict. SO, She
was i pat matron of victor Chapter,
a Star, a on nib. i of .1 WV La-
dies' Auxiliary, Miami Beach Post
33". anil WS ind i" president
of IH, Ml I V -eli In.I s., A met lean
Ieglon Ladles' Auxiliary. She was
ai-" a member of the American Legion
l-aiiies Auxiliary Paal Prealdents Par-
ies a 'i ol th< W and s. ami bad bet n
'i 'en in the Neve Fork department
of in. i eg"" Auxiliary on lx dlffer-
eni terma Site i* aurvlveit !>> her
Ituaband, Jacob; two slatera, Mr-
''. a flreenberf ami Mrs. AI Rosen-
thai, ami a brother, Arthur llvin.ui
bpetiai American Legloji and jwv
services were Nov. i at Hellntan
I i hap, Is, with burial in Ml.
Sin i i Vniili-n .
JACOB GOLDMAN
SO, of tin Jewish Home for the Aged.
160 NE il.-t st., di.-'I '.. i V
tired men h.lllt. he hail been a n-l-
dent here for M yeara He held a
gold certificate "f memberahlp in Ma-
\',i. He has no sur-
\ i.,. Bervtcen ami burial a
QOXVON
rUNISAt M0MI
JIH.rM* l-'"
BBG Dance Slated Here
On Saturday, Nov. 1C, Nai 'Rith
chapter of B'nai Brith Girls will
hold a "Let's Get Acquainted"
dance in the Island room of the
Alcazar hotel.
St. Louis, with 'lordon ."uneral Home
in charge of looaa arrangements,
DAN SCHNERER
, of i00 N. Hibiscus dr., dl.-d Oct.
... He leavs hla Wife, fc l\ i.i and
a daughter, Mlsa Danee Perry Schner-
er i m.'s wi I.- iei
Blde-Reacb Memorial Chapel, wi,h
burial in Mt. sinai .'. metei y,
MAX SEGAL
'.' ol 1380 Im si.. ,|i,.,i i \ |. .
tb .-.I j.-,.. ir\ salesman ami apat
t>wner, he was a resident hen
10 yeara. Bun his wife.
>'. n na, ami two brothera. Set ^ lit
Ocl JO a i v wman-Qordon
Funeral Homi Ith b irlal in .
side Mi in-
Judge Duo Will
Head Up Fund's
Legal Solicitation
Miami Beach Peace Justice Mal-
vin Englander and Municipal Judge
Albert H. Saperstein have been
named to head up United Fund's
legal division on the Beach.
The two officials will be respon-
sible for solicitation from some
252 lawyers and their employees,
and will start the job immediately,
Milton Sirkin, co-chairman of the
Beach drive said.
United Fund of Dade County
is a non-profit, self-ruling cor-
poration, formed here to consol-
idate all health and welfare
drives into one annual cam-
paign. Fifty-five agencies be-
long, and the goal is $3,207,707.
Sirkin said the legal division
along with other Beach profession-
al and business divisions expects
to finish solicitation by Nov. 17,
which is United Fund Sunday, be-
ginning the house-to-house phase
of the drive.
Saperstein, formerly active in
Combined Jewish Appeal drives,
has served on the Miami Beach
Welfare Board.
A member of the Miami Beach
MRS. DORA ZARROW
76. of '.", I I lee.i u ,|r.. .lie,I t.et. |7 in
Albany, N.V. A 11 .-.: nt hi e
t Ived by two ds
'i->. Ben Smelson and Mrs i ilm
l tobt i-. a son, l : rnard; nini gi ind-
n .mi two an at-gi andc lildi en.
Servlcea and initial were In Albanv.
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN
NEEDED. Good Commission.
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.V.. 7th Ave. MO 1-144C
10,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HIGHWAY
at $100 per Acre
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 First Street
FORT MYERS, FLA.
EDISON 5-4421
wMi/JNMjmmmmmmjm
Merritt Island
BUY A LOT NOW Only $199
$9 Down $5 a Month
No Interest or Taxes During Life of Contract.
ACT NOW! i
10% Off for Cash Title Insurance
I
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i
Prudential
Land Company

KEEP MIAMI
n
]
J
Re-Ilect
B.L
HEARN
COMMISSIONER
Mg**-,.*M*>%- IBP PI

Nnve Born flondmn
, Miam, Resident to. 4W-
rv Commissioner since mJ
1 beyond Stale Employ*
. . Chu.ch and Fraternal lead.
PVU 1EVER
7A
ON NOVEMBER 19
FC Pel. A*. 1
Bar Assn., he is also active in Boy
Scout work, and belongs to the Ma-
son, Elk and Moose organizations.
He resides at 525 Fairway dr., Mi-
ami Beach.
Englander, who has served as a
volunteer worker for the Jewish
Federation and the old Commun-
ity Chest, lives at 606 Noremac
ave., Miami Beach. A past presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce, he is also
an Elk and a Mason.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICH IS Ill-TitII'.V <;iv.'.\ that
in.- undersigned, dealiing m .-m- i
hielnea under the flctltloim name of
l.-l.AMi lint-si; MOTE! in 18 V
"an Wat Belle late, Miami B<
Kin Intendu t.. ri-yisit-r mid name
with the- Clerk "f the Circuit Courl ..I"
i "ad" r.....v. KI..I |da.
RENHBE REAI-TY PORPORATION
KHII-KMAX A RHAPIRO
Attorneva for Appllcanti
i"ii'i hiiIk., Miami, Pla,
ii v-1".-::'-2i>
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
'"" T"E NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
'"ii ALT. To Wlli'M THESE II:1--
EVTS s'l.M I, COME ORBETINOS:
W lereaa, I >R. ME1 viv MANTEL
SVI.VAN, MIAMI BRACH II. \
H i A ilA E 8TLVAN Ml \M| BEACH
FLA., II. J. CONOVER, MIAMI
BEArH, FXORIDA .li.l on the 2nd
'li.\ of July, A n ::r.i'.. cauae i.. be in-
iii n.ir.it. .i under the pi lalon of
Ch .......v I"'-! la Rtatutea, MARI-
NADE STEAK HmI-.i-:. INC., h cor-
pora t Ion, with its principal placi of
MIAMI BEACH, DADE
Cor NTT, ii the State -.r Florida i :
u'i'i.ii. the proper offlcera of auch
atlon iiui en tin- :nt da; I
October, v l>. IMT, cauKe to in- filed
in the office .'f the Secretary nf state
of Hi. state of Florida, a duly ai
tli ted resolution adopted by the
atockholdera under the paovlalonii of
-ni l Chapter S0R, l-'lmi la Stal
sh'iu- tli.- diaaolutlon of auch corpora*
' n,
Not tarj of
'- i ,-i pby I'll lf\ i.i i In- i. r- -
"i that la Hi-tie i that the
of imv have been com-
plied wi'h
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I I ave
if the State
"i f loi Ida, ni T ilia hawee, the
i. thi THIRTT-PIR8T
day of i 'Ti IKBR, A.I >. 1957.
faeal) R a ORAT
. of State.
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO Al.l. TO WHOM THESE PRK8-
BN'TH SHAM. rOMB, aREETI.NfW:
Whereaa, HARRY UA8HINSKY,
CHARLESTON, WEST VA., ISA-
DORK I AKlllNSKY. CHARLESTON,
WEST VA., ELLIOT L. J-IIASl-;.
BOSTON, MASS.. ilui .,n the th .lav
of September, A.D. 185*, cauae i" be
Incorporated under the provialoni ol
r-hapter 80S, Florida Statutea, Miami
Ml'SICAL THEATRE, INC., a cor-
poration, with its principal plai e of
l.'.sin.-s Ht MIAVI BEACH, DADE
COCNTT, In tin- s;ie ..f Florida, and
arhareaa ih.- vtockholdera of su.h cor-
poration .lilt on the i-t day "f Movem-
h. r. A.D. 1!'"T, .nil.-.- ti. he file.l In th
oft of tin- Secretary of State nf the
State "f Florida, it Conaenl .if nil the
atockholdera under the provbtlons of
aid Chapter (08, Florida Statutea,
ahowing the diaaolutlon of auch cof-
porat Ion.
Now, therefore, th.- Secretary of
Btate '!"- i.....ebj certify t.. the fore-
going and tli.it he la aatlafied that the
1 ol law have been com-
piled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I I
iiii'i s.-i m\- hand unii have
affixed tlt Great Seal "f the
of l-1., iin. in Tallahaaai e, l e
Capital, nil- the FIRST day of
NOVEMBER, A.D
R. A ORAT
Secretary nf -
11 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is ill .OCBY GIVEN tint
ii. -I. 'ie-ii in^ t.i engus in
bualn. iua ti.uu.- of
PETERS Hi i-:st Hi ii \ \v.
uh Avi Miami ii.. Intend l.....-
biter -ni'l nun.- with thi Clerk of Uih
Cfroult Court of [Jade bounty, Florida.
EDDIE PBTERh' -.u'-
Kl I Rl ISS L'V
MORRIS Ii HORW1TZ .':.',
REIOBI. ,v ti iTBl M W"
Attorni tppllrantn
!'"! I'.i-e.iwie I'.lut .Miami, Kin.
11 .1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ELEV-
ENTH JUDICIALL CIRCUIT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 206877
l ii'TAV I. i Ii. iS.MK)
Plaintiff,
\ s
ISA BELLE IH is.\ I mi
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, is\m-n.i.i: ROSADO, a .. \"iiia
Victor K' -tniii-.int, Syogeett, L.I.,
N.T., in.' r. ijuiri-ii tu rile your anawer
I,, the complaint Clerk th.- above Court and
a cop) thereof upon Herman I'.ihen,
Attorney, ISM Congress Bldg., Miami,
Ki.'i'iiia nn ni- before December 9, li'.'.T,
.....K.- complaint ill in- btki i
..I. i .a i .ii November 4,
E. B. LKATHERMAN, Clerk of
i teal) th* fit-cult Court.
i: !.. A CLEARS, Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NI ITICE IS lirilKHY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring v encs
- under the I i IftfoVji name ..f
l:l: INT a CO a :":" Soral Waj In-
tell.Is tO i'l '...... With the
i "i Daoa
.'ounly, I-im i*l^*.
iiai:\i:y i,. BRANT
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BECAUSE YOU ASKED FOR IT!
FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS take
pleasure in announcing the ADDED
CUSTOMER SERVICE of supplying many
FOOD FAIR STORES in your immediate
shopping area with STRICTLY KOSHER
MADE POULTRY for your convenience.
STARTING MONDAY, NOV. \\ I fe^-.^,
'Wing iJSSl^aWG WAtt
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KOSHER MADE POULTRY at
MANY FOOD FAIR STORES .
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STOCK UP
W/TK FfN
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POULTRY
FOR THE
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Cornish Game Hens
Long Island Ducklings
Butteitall Hen Turkeys Jcwcken eweken u^' individual Squab fc*
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