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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combininf THE JEWISH UMITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
32 Number 1
Miami, Florida. Friday, January 3, 1958
Price 20c
en-Gurion Resignation Accepted
illes Will Snub Israel-Arab Dispute at Baghdad Confab
on't 'Mire' Deliberations
o Tighten SEATO Bonds
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTONSecretary of State Dulles will visit neither Israel
M Arab states en hi* forthcoming trip to the Middle East end will
to avoid injection of the Arab-Israel issue in hit discussion* with
fad Pact foreign ministers.
Ms was revealed here Monday
iu;horitative U.S. officials.
U.S. position is that the
idad Pact conference to be
in Ankara, Tukey on Jan. 27
ot an appropriate forum for
ission of the Arab-Israel prob-
se United States is seeking to
tor the Baghdad Pact and
[en the linkase of it with the
tO and SEATO structures. Mr.
It's reportedly does not want
[efforts in Ankara mired in the
lily complicated and volatile
lb dispute with Israel.
|r. Dulles is not taking any new
conomic plans to Ankara, official
HNireea said. It was pointed out
'hat the Baghdad organization had
not used the sum made available
through the Eisenhower Doctrine
and that no new economic pro-
gram was in the offing.
DAVID MH-GimON
. three a/ter net ;yei
Virginia Christians, Jews Join
To Check Expansion of Klan
RICHMOND. Va. (JTA) The Central Virginia and Hampton
Roads Rabbinical Assns. joined this week with Protestant and Cath
olic groups in a statement urging that the Ku Klux Klan be prevented
^"from becoming a significant force in the communities of the state "
? A statement issued by the Vir-
Left Groups Force Premier
To Bring Down Coalition;
Shuns New Cabinet Combo
FOR BACKGROUND ill 'kWlTIPll PARTY/ PAGE 7 A
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wlr
JERUSALEMPremier David Ben-Gurion announced Monday that
he would hand in the resignation of the cabinet Tuesday. The announce-
ment came after two cabinet sessions and the lengthy meeting of a
Mapai political committee which backed the Premier's decision.
The issue over which Monday's last minute attempts to save the
cabinet came to grief was a formula for enforcing collective security.
?The Premier demanded that a minister be required to resign for breach
of collective responsibility upon the vote of six other ministerstwo
each representing three different parties in the coalition.
Ml CAMPAIGN BITTCSNtSS COOUD
U.S.-lsrael Relations Seem
Strengthened at Year End
(WASHINGTON (JTA) Con-1 men, women and children during
irable improvement in the re- i the coming year."
Nearly half of the funds raised
lions between the United States
Israel took place during 1957,
vated the situation. Egypt extend-
as pointed out here toRJ^led lt, identif,c.uon with the Com-
munist bloc. America officially
feted King Saud of Saudi Arabia
despite the King's extreme anti-
Jewish and anti-Israel bias. The
Continued on Page 3 A
ginia regional office of the Nation-
al Conference of Christians and
Jews said: "The recently held Klan
meeting and cross-burning in
south-side Virginia, near South Bos-
ton, by North Carolina Klansmen
and announcement of plans for
additional rallies in our Common-
wealth are cause for serious con-
cern to religiously motivated and.
decent people everywhere.
"Tho Klen's terroristic tactic*
and it* appeal to the evil pas-
sions of hatred and bigotry vio-
let* our common Judaic-Chris-
tian heritage and democratic tra-
ditions," the) statement contin-
ued.
"They are contrary to legisla-
Continued on Paee S A
analysis. This was attributed
[the growing realization in Wash-
ton that Israel is strongly pro-
rstern while Soviet Russia is
ning more and more ground in
Arab countries.
ast winter Israel-American re-
ions were at their lowest ebb.
essures were exerted to force
faeli withdrawal from the Sinai
ninsula and the Gaza Strip. A
stem of assurances and guaran-
ts was gradually evolved. The
ckade of the Akaba Gulf was
tied. American tankers for the
st time brought oil to Elath. The
tiled Nations Emergency Force As the second greatest refugee -The two-fold drive must meet
is installed at strategic Sharm flood in history moved across the the urgent m.graUon. welfare and
Sheikh and in the Gara Strip, face of Europe and the Near East rehabih stive >* rf 615.000
otier friction eased, although Miami leaders this week disclosed, in Greater Miami through the an-
Ijtypt continued to bar Israeli pas- plans to launch their biggest Com- nual Combined Jewish Appeal is
Miami Area Leaders Reveal
Plans for CJAppeal Opener
The Achdut Avoda and Mapam
countered with a formula demand-
ing seven votes representing
four parlies. This was unaccept-
able to the premier because the
demand for four-party represen-
tation meant that either of two
leftist groups could bo ousted
only if the other joined the re-
maining three groups in the cabi-
net.
Apparently the issue was clearly
settled by the conclusion of the
first cabinet session Monday morn
Bonn Mixed Up;
No Israelis There
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
BONNOfficials were reportol
perplexed Monday by the uproar in
Israel over proposals to buy arms
in West Germany.
A spokesman for the govern-
ment said no one from Israel has
ing because Mr. Ben-Gurion never I asked West Germany for arms,
nor has anyone been here to raise
the question.
The spokesman said here that
since West Germany is now pro-
ducing little new equipment, there
are virtually no weapons available.
Even if there were, Bonn has al-
ready clearly stated that its policy
prevents the sale or transfer of.
attended the second futile try at
retrieving the situation.
Now that the cabinet has fallen,
the following alternatives face Mr.
Ben-Gurion:
He can continue to rule the
country with a "small coalition"
of Mapai, Progressives and Miz-
rachi-Poale Mizrachi, which can I arms to nations embroiled in Mid-
mister 61 votes in a 120-member East strife.
Knesset.
He can try to obtain the ad-
herence of Agudas Israel and
Poale Agudah, with four addition-
al votes, or General Zionists with
ten votes.
He can form a care-taker gov-
ernment and advance the date of
the national elections from Octo-
ber. 1959. when they are presently
scheduled to be held.
None of these alternatives is
Disavow Campaign
To Curb Payments
BONN -(JTA) The German
Government this week disassociat-
ed itself from a campaign for
curbing payment of compensation
to Jewish victims of the Nazi re-
particulariy appealing to the | gime conducted by Justice Minis-
?e in the Suez Canal.
Gradually, the Israel-American
rapport was restored. Interna-
ional attention shifted to con-
tinuing Communist penetration
the) region. Tho Eisenhower
[Doctrine was formulated, guar-
anteeing U.S. support against
fright Communist aggression.
Ambassador James P. Richards
[toured the area to promote West-
fern interests and to enlist sup-
[port for tho new doctrine.
But an openly pro-Soviet regime
emerged in Syria. Jordan tottered
tn the brink of collapse. U.S. arms
Shipments to Jordan only aggra-
bined Jewish Appeal.
First major campaign function
to raise life dollars for local, na-
tional and overseas needs will be
the Init'al Gifts dinner Jan. 15 at
the Seville hotel.
Campaign chairman Dr. Morris
Goodman Tuesday appointed Bay
Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard
Broad to be chairman of the affair.
"During tho coming year,
American Jewry has undertaken
to raise a Rescue Fund of $1M
million over and above proceeds
from the United Jewish Appeal's
regular 1938 campaign," Dr.
Goodman said.
allocated to the UJA and its con-
Continued on Pago 2A
Mapai and its Premier. He is ex-
pected to continue negotiations
with the religious parties, a* well
as the right wing General Zion-
ists. Tho latter are sure to de-
mand a high price for entrance
into the cabinet if they overcome
Contir
ter Fritz Schaeffer. who was Fi-
nance Minister of the Bonn Gov-
ernment when the restitution laws
were enacted.
"The Federal Government has
never left any doubt that it would
fulfill to the letter all obligations
Continued on Pago 6 A
Latin Jews Finding it Good Going
NEW YORK(JTA) Although
there are only 4,000 Jews in
Bolivia they do not fear assimila-
tion because there is a strong
Jewish cultural life in the country
and almost no intermarriage,
Kahbi (i. Friedlander. chief rabbi
of Bolivia, who is now on a visit
to the United States, declareJ
here this week.
Rabbi Friedlander said that be-
fore World War II there were
only 30 Jewish families in
Bolivia. Most of the 4,000 Jews
now residing there were admitted
as refugees from Nazi Europe.
About two-thirds of them are
Jews from Poland and one-third
came from Germany.
About 3,000 of the Jews live in
La Paz. the rabbi reported. They
are chiefly engaged in trade and
industry. The economic situation
leaves no room for complaints.
Nor can the Jews of Bolivia com-
plain about the rights which they
enjoy. There is no anti-Semitism
in Bolivia, he reported.
Jewish cultural life in Bolivia,
Continued on Page 5 A


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HELP BUILD A NEW
ACTIVITIES AMD SOCIAL
BUILDING TO BETTER
SERVE OUR COMMUNITY
| Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El (left).
Bel Friedland, president (light), watch as campaign
Leo Robinson points out $750,000 goal.
le Emanu-El to Enlarge Facilities;
ind Donates $100,000 Building Site
| the erection of a social
tivities buildirfg adja-
Temple at 1701 Wash-
I were revealed this
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iple Emanu-El. and Dr.
tan, spiritual leader.
building will house a
banquet and social
|al room, meeting rooms,
crafts studio, youth
additional classrooms.
vide full facilities for
of function.
x to the present relii-
will alto be built in
rn area of Miami
serve the children of
let the co.-tg relation who
section. The fit* for
is at present being
son, of 4430 Pinetree
en appointed chairman
raise $750,000 among
the Temple to provide
be building program,
ig on the proposed
is, Friedland said that
rys been our intention
to follow the original plans for our
Temple which called for complete
social and activity facilities for
our membership.
"Although all of us are proud of
the present edifice and the work
being done by our many member-
ship groups, we do not feel that
our job is complete until we have
provided for our children and teen-
agers every facility for their relig-
ious education and group work.
"Our programs for children of
members between Hi* ages of
eight and It he ve grown so rapid-
ly that we will be forced to cur-
tail this important activity un-
less we can provide them with
properly equipped and sufficient
spaco. This we cannot do at
prosont."
Friedland said that the new
building will also give members
the opportunity to have their cele-
brations for weddings. Bar Mitz-
vahs. confirmations, and similar
function in the Temple buildings,
"without the necessity of going
elsewhere for proper accommoda-
tions."
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U.S.-Israel
Strengthened
Continuod from Pag* 1 A
United States was motivated by a
desire to improve relations with
Arab regimes "friendly" to the
West. But when the Soviet-inspired
Turkish-Syrian crisis flared. King
Saud and other "friends" of the
West failed to support the United
States. They expressed pu,b|icly
their backing of pro-Communist
Syria.
Israeli diplomats indicated grati-
fication when the United States
stood aloof from an Arab diplo-
matic campaign to force Israel
back to its 1947 United Nations par-
tition boundaries. This month's
NATO conference saw failure of
this Arab attempt to reduce Israel.
The Arabs sou Jit to exact this
from the West as a price for their
"support" against Communism.
The NATO conference went on
record in favor of preserving the
Seem
at Year End
"independence and sovereignty" of
Middle Eastern states. Meanwhile,
there emerged growing and en-
couraging talk of greater economic
assistance to the Middle Eastern
area to strengthen it against Com-
munism by elevating living stand-
ards.
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acknowledged the gift by Mr. and
Mrs. Friedland of the site adjacent
to the Temple upon which the new
social hall and activities building
will be erected. The site is pres-
ently valued at over $100,000.
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^pah Book Month recently on view at all Miami
Iries were organized by Bureau of Jewish Educa-
iction with Jewish Welfare Board-sponsored na-
pance. Left to right are Mrs. Ruth Perry, acting
xnd Mrs. Joseph Duntov, chairman of Bureau's ex-
Wf, at Miami Beach branch display, titled "Israel
Yean of Independence."
Latin Jews Finding it Good Going
Continued from Pep* 1 A
Rabbi Friedland'r I iid. was de
veloping normally. There i= a
Jew.?h theatre in La Paz. a Jew-
ish Center, firculo .Israelite."'
ei h' sy"Ho-!ues and a Jewish
all-day school which is attended
Ly 4oJ emidren. The school en-
joys government support and its
guduates are accepted into the
La Tar Colltge.
Pj>hbi Vriedawl the director of the Jewish school,
revealed that about 30 percent of
the pupils in the school are chil-
dren lrom non Jewish families
Some cf them come from the
hTnes of high eovernment offi-
cials and leading Bolivian per-
iaj ties. These children study
Hebrew. Jewish history and other
Jewish subjects and master them
as well as do the Jewish children.
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VA. CHRISTIANS, JEWS JOIN TO CHECK KLAN >a"c>m
Continue from P.B. 1A JMeph GoluD,an- head <* ** Cen-
tral Virginia and Hampton Roads
Pat* 1A
tion enacted by the Virginia Gen-
Rabbinical Assns the Most Rev.
Virginia Council of
eral Assembly in 1952 prescribing .. .
fines and jail sentences for the |Peter L Ireton- B,shP R,ch"
wearing of masks and the burn-1 mond. "< Francis P. Miller, pres-
ing of crosses on the property of
persons without their permission.
We are sure that police officers
in each locality can be relied upon
to enforce the laws of Virginia."
Signers of the statement were
ident of the
Churches.
teachers, of whom six are Jews.
The Jewish teachers are assigned
to teaching Jewish subjects.
"AH in all we can say that 80
percent of all the Jewish children
in Bolivia receive a systematic
Jewish education." Rabbi Fried-
lander stated. "The remainder
are also not estranged from Jew-
ish education, but receive it
through private teachers. We are
ctii.an that our children will
grow up to be good Bolivians and
good Jews at the same time."
WILL OLD
MODIN CAMPERS
PHONE ME AT
JE 8 7231 or JE 1-6574
il Lodges Plan
nstallation
(eh Lodge and North
mk B'nai B'nth will
initiation ceremony for
j Tuesday, Jan. 14.
It of the joint meet-
ice at the Crown
Tuesday by Jack
lathaniel Glickman,
respective lodges.
foam of North
headed by Rabbi
witx, will conduct
[rltos. Tho initiation
r culminates the
[day membership
Jucted by B'nai
liami Beach lodges
[the leaders in this
ring enrolled more
[members.
Itzman. a vice presi-
11 Beach Lodge, is in
rran?ements for that
i to t/ie Oi/i'/i'r
i Jewish Floridian:
it admiration for Leo
Jteption and bis subse-
jhting of issues and
community.
readers have to work
track the tough nut of
illectual language in
taps the kernel.
certainly continue to
but if be could talk
a bit to us "middle-
. reader will be pleased.
IRS. ROBERT MILLER
Miami
lYE YOU
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Continued from Pago 4 A
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slaughterers of the six million. If the inference is patently false, then
are we to declare guilty every German for the excesses of the Third;
Reich?
Before I could make any judgments. Dr. Gottlieb hastened to |
warn me: "Remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Do you assume per-j
sonal responsibility for them?"
Our discussion came to no conclusive position. But it was com-,
foiling to see that our physicists have been grappling with moral |
issuescomforting especially today, when politicians who are tradi-i
tional in their insensitivity toward these issues, suddenly regard the
scientist as the most valuable property of the nation.
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sion; would submit to Knesset an
amendment to the national secrets
law permitting prosecution of Cab-
inet Ministers disclosing Cabinet
secret decisions; and would author-
ize the Government to seek arms
from any source if no political con-
ditions were attached to such arms
acquisitions.
At a pros* conference called
after a visit to President Ban-Zvi,
the Premier announced that the
plan to itnd mission to Wait
Germany, which touched off the
current Cabinet dispute, had not
boon abandoned. The only thing
that had been changed, he said,
was the person who was being
sent to Bonn to negotiate.
The Premier reiterated at the
press conference the statement he
had made in Knesset that arms
from any source were acceptable
to Israel. He said that while there
was no defense against atomic at-
tack, Israel had to make every
attempt to defend itself from ag-
gression in any other form land,
sea, air, undersea and space.
He insisted that no political con-
ditions were attached to an arms
deal with West Germany and that
no such conditions had been at-
tached to any other arms obtained
in the past from any source. The
arms would not be paid for through
the reparations agreement, he
said. He reported that there were
no reservations within the Cabinet
about a mission to Germany to ob-
tain arms. He called the Achdut
Avoda leak about the mission sabo-
taee, thouch posiblv not wilful,
and expressed the hope that the
situation would.be remedied. ;
Earlier in the weak, Bon- I
Gurion beat back n opposition j
move in the Israel Parliament
against an attempt to send a mis- I
si on to Bonn. The vote came '
after a statement by the Prime I
Minister in which he warned the I
house that Israel was being pro-
gressively overtaken by the Arab
states in arms. He said the Arabs
had "unlimited" sources which
Israel was unable to match.
This, he said, obliged Israel to
place stress on the quality of arms j
jit obtained, rather than the quan-'
tity. It was to obtain vital equip-
ment to replace obsolete equip-
ment in use by Israel, that he had
planned to send a mission to West
Germany, he declared, describing
that country as the only one in the
world where Israel could obtain
what it needed.
The Premier defiantly justified
his move and told the Knesset that
he appeared before it "unrepent-
ant" he used the English word-
in connection with his decision to
obtain equipment vital to Israel
from the only source open.
The motion to debate the issue
was introduced by the opposition
Herut Party. It was defeated by a
vote of 46 to 14 with 17 abstentions.
The Achdut Avoda abstained. The
other leftwing member of the coali-
tion, the Mapam. walked out of
the chamber before the vote.
Mr. Ban Gurion spoke twice,
once in his opening statement
and a second time in response
to Moshe Sneh, a Communist. In
his second. speech, the premier
indicated that among the arms
sought by Israel from Germany
were submarines.
Dr. Sneh created something of a
storm in the house when he charg-
ed that Israel was seeking to ob-
tain submarines from Germany
and charged that this was a threat
to world peace.
In reply, Mr. Ben Gurion told the
House that, assuming Dr. Sneh'*
disclosure that Israel was seeking
submarines was true. Dr. Sneh well
knew that Syria and Egypt were
obtainisg the underseas craft from
Russia. He told Dr. Sneh that if
Russia willed it, both Syria and
Egypt would embark on a peace
policy instead of buying subma-
rines.
The Premier took cognizance of
strong feelings against relations
with Germany and told the House
that if all ideals were placed in the
balance agatnsr Israel"** senility,
he would select the latter. He de-
clared that any government which
would not make an effort to obtain
vital supplies from the only source
open to it would be betraying ite
country.
He's Crowned 'Heart-throb'
Larry Gold was crowned "Heart-
throb of 1958" by BZB B'nai B'ritfc
Girls at their third annual "Heart-
throb Ball" Dec. 21 at the Bat-
moral hotel. Outgoing "Heart-
throb" Neal Schneider participated
in the ceremonies. Top candidatea
included Richard Prosan, Lenny
Bendell, Max Sudakow and How-
ard Tendrich, in addition to Gold.
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Session
Federation of
li will hold a
fag Monday eveninu
Lof'Greater Miami.
^Bjtaident of the
louneed that
r of the Na-
Temple Bro-
incipal speak
brill deal with
work of the
E, member-
ind interfaith
m of the Tom-
It responsible
{f eight motion
holidays. The
the NFTB pro-
irfaith under-
on the pro-
Morton Grant,
local Federa-
Narot, Temple
dcr; and Rabbi
lard, director of
Council of toe
Hebrew Con-
ritual leader of
Center.
mbathing'
|ng" will be the
Dr. Paul Jones
the Spinoza Out-
11th st., Miami
ershaw will be
Emanu-EI Opens
Theatre Season
Temple Emanu-EI will open its
1958 Theatre Guild season at a
meeting Tuesday evening in the
social hall, Irving Kaplan, the con-
gregation s director of extension
and youth activities, announced.
The meeting will introduce the
Temple's newly-appointed Theatre
Guild director, Albert Horwitz.
He Is a graduate of Yale Uni-
versity with a Masters degree in
Fine Arts. Ha is the founder of
the off-Broadway "Litflo Thea-
tre," was drama instructor /
City College in New York, West
Maryland University and Yalo
school of drama.
He served as general manager
with the "Theatre on the Green,"
'Vcllesely College, assisted Leonard
Jcrn.stein in the Brandeis Univer-
,ity "Great Arts Festival," was co-
iroduccr of "Onstage" at Cherry
.anc Theatre in New York City,
,'eneral manager of the Tufts Col-
>ege Arena Theatre and has had
teveral articles published on thea-
.re management and the direction
>f workshops and little theatre
groups.
Horwitz will discuss plans for
he first production to be presented
>y the Theatre Guild and will se-
!ect crews and set up workshops
.'or the '58 season.
Political Editor
To be Speaker
Temple Emanu-EI Men's Club
will hold its first dinner and social
of the season Tuesday evening at
the Temple, Jules P. Charming,
president, said. John B. McDer-
molt, political editor of the Miami
Herald, will be fuest speaker.
McDermott will speak on his re-
cent trip through the Middle Ea
and the State of Israel, and will
present motion pictures and color
slides of the journey.
'Donee' to be Theme
"Dance" will be theme for the
members' film program at the Joe
and Emily Lowe Art Gallery at
University of Miami Friday at
8 p.m.
Films from the Museum of Mod-
ern Art will feature performances
by Geltze and Tichomoroff, Vernon
and Irene Castle, Anna Pavlova,
Fred Astaire, Joan Crawford, and
Valentino. Also on the program
will be a Disney cartoon, "The
Skeleton Dance," and a short on
the dances of Spain.
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The bonk tt prefaced by a comprehensive and scholar-
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lihsliiiiinhi ill* sn W ^d- ""* to tbe universe.
+ cad of tae work tbe author gives brief biograph-
ies of tbe 130 HasKtic leaders mentioned in the book
. ssUssgiaaaj of more tbao 150 Hasidic books, which
tbe isthir aanf preparauoo of bis work
The publication purport to trace tbe entire
ent Iraq, h.story ***** ***
,.,erg,nce of land. But it make. *
.nll of Iraq* notorious persecataon of ,U
. Department employe** of the j,
lU. noted the pamphlet- Theyknow al (,,
that lh v would be barred by th*-D**sMfiient from ai
|raq to tave tbem enabarr.aaj.enf of
the Iraq. (;temm*W. In Its treatm
relations, there no rneatioo of hi,
of tbe (act that American Jews are
to this official publication. 130.000
grated mainly to Israel." Tbere is no reft
to the fact that thiv emigration w.a canned by Su
n The report lauds Iraq for giving c
public and private fnods toward \\
, ,, of tbe Arab refueea" from Pal
A ret ii of Iraqi participation in tbe Palestine
to Male that Iraq ia tbe only parti
to consider an armistice aere
with Israel. The pamphlet reports tbnt tbe establis
as a political stale" waa in Iraqi thin/
l\ independence "evoked strong le
,n Iraq.
To day il is Iraq which demands an extreme ffl
Ir by the I'mted States to "strengthen"
i i.,imint; friendship with the West. The S
i< kin>.; the Arabs against Israel. So the Ul.
States should suddenly grab the initiative in this area
adopting a dramatic new anti-Israel policy. That uvH
Iraqi line Jordan and Saudi Arabia agree.
Dr,
SAIL CARSO\
D\\ lO
Westerns' Have Taken Over Everywhere
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A Prison Camp Saga
*am SPIEGEL, prodaeer of On ibe Va
Bndgc oe tbe River Kwai pbotograpbed am It
Ceylon. Tbe m back u tbe
ume of tbe Pacific sTm tbe barrnrs of
a Japanese prison samp in scenes of almost Tkiinkli
r-..WL Tbe story from tbe r. Pierre io.
shows us the futility of human endeavor; through t*
an:pie of a bridge built by one section of tbe Brush mi
I by another
The whole madness 'A am is mirrored m the screen
"- relenties- power. The picture re-muted far the first
ire in ten years nareeU r David Lean and star Alec Gnaa-
ne. whose "Oliver Twist we resected and fought bst-
teriy Tbe two Brrt.sh filmsaakers now have redeessed
themseh-es with a work that defies an chauvinistic no-
tions. Guir.nes in a straight dramatic role, portraraac
a narrow minded stubborn colonel who sacrifices the' se-
curity of the wbo! : his ow. glory, gives a per-
formance of unforgettable intensity, richly shaded, yet
straightforward Producer Spiegel, a controversial fignre
in tbe cinema capital, cin uke a bow for his latest
achievement.
Ir the Alan Ladd opus. 'The Deep So." to be released
by Warr,<: sTOsssaj Bend portrays Frenchr Sha-
a Jewish sailor in World War II who becomes the
.man courage and self-sacrifice Fin.
hynn and Efrem Zimbalist. Jr. suppry etceDent charac
'-ers. opposite Bendu CTuei Boa--
- Mate while night crab comedian Joe Buhop mak^
k screen debut as a Xav, pmaer mate wttTLn exag-
gerited interest in women. ^^
msj boned m a Jewish cemetery on the coast by the
sade of km m-j mi Jew
There u mot* a .'- ^pter in the authentic
Tcsatfi sv.r day '.he only part of the
[jommaies the scene. There
-till a reason-
-aJe thereof. Tbe I tor in Wyoming,
- '.ered Hahn's Peak.
Jew named Habc. Eack in the seventies, a Jew
-i- ng i incbers. He
Id man" of Wyoming.
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'hepherc hen. but little David
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.ggestion that in view of the great popu-
movies the Negev would be an ..;
BORIS SMOLAR
Human Rights Crawl
United Naai
DO YOU THINK you have a right to work, to social}
rarity, to healthto life itself? Do yon think th
children have a right to education, all people tbe ng
take part in the cultural life of their community or Uj
joy the benefits of scientific progress* Do you
that all peoples have the riRht of self-determinatio.rJ
The United Nations is now on record in favor
these good things as fundamental human rights. But I
are many other rights that have not as yet been gu
teed. Furthermore, even those rights listed here are!
tentatively guaranteed by the I'mted Nations. It willl
some years yet before these rights are recogniiea|
treaty as clauses in a code of international law.
In 1948. a ringing "Universal Declaration of Hi
Rights" was adopted by the General Assembly whick|
that year in Pan- Now, nine years later, there Ut\
in the grinder a pair of draft treaties so-called
nants on Human Rights There is a draft Covenant!
Economic, Social and Fxonomic Rights: and tbere uj
other draft for a proposed Covenant on Civil and Pok
Rights. The first draft is made up of 29 articles. tbM
ond has 51 articles, both drafts have a preamble, wind
idemical. both also have a first article which is idea
dealing with self determination.
In 1954 the two identical preambles and the id
Articles One were Bdopted by the Assembly The fa
i ar saw th.' adoption of eight more of tbe
clauses This year, four of the articles came througkj
wordy hopper of long debate. That makes a total of j
preambles and 13 articleswith 67 articles for futurtj
iu-sion.
1.....- all 'In- seem too painfuUy slow? It is justl
But it is lar from discouraging.
I.ik.' for example Article Six of one of the draft<
nanl this year It deals with the right to I
Here I- how n -tart- "Every human being has tbenj
to lift
H you consider the fact that tbe United Nations'!
ha- almost universal membership: that 82 states!
members; (hat. in some of these states, not only feudal!
still exists but even a form of barbarismyou will aM
he importance of putting into international la*]
principle Hut every human being has the right to I
!0Uth Takes lts Plate in leadership Circles
8 m 37 cities And the experience in carefully *rid
matically searching out. selecting, enlisting and graJ
'- young men and women for Jewish leadership i^
yOUKGbLOOO .5- flow ,,o the rar.
iw.n^_/!!l immunity leader-h.p. Th,- uj,
-ailwSTi. F^ K~er before tad ,,
.,-: -......' communities a various
has shown that the
potential leader* who are eager to aerve.
11 New York lederation-s leadership dii"k
ecruitmg a limited number of sons and daughter*]
federation trustee- Recruiting on .elective baiM
done also ,n Chicago mcinnati. Rochester. Los Aa#
Albany, Buffalo. D.ll., Kansas City and other D
h k M >u"nR m*'0 nand-picked f1
leadership training program on the basis of businesfJ|
Pro e-ul vucceM ^^^ ^ ^ interest <
munal ci' r w
nonJl!'',!r"n,n* ""*" generally aimed at won of local, national and oversew .gwades and *
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Swt.,annual Chanuka baU
by Beth Sholom Temple
anch of the National Fed-
f Temple Youth was held
emple last week, with Gail
president, welcoming the
|n 85 guests.
fine, treasurer of NFTY,
master of ceremonies.
rs included members of
Eastern Federation of
Youth and Central Or-
el Tempi. Youth.
is also a delegation from
llsrael of Greater Miami.
as hostesses were Linda
Shein, Linda Marlin, Diane and
Nina Dcutseh, Phillipa Wein and
other board members of the NFTY
group.
Parents who helped with the or-
ganization of the function were
Mrs. Sol S. Pine, Mrs. Paul Stern
and Mrs. Norman J. Russ.
David D. Pollack is chairman of
the Temple's youth activities com-
mittee, policy-making body for
youth work at Beth Sholom. Youth
activities director is Herbert C.
Bloom. Rabbi Leon Kronish is
spiritual leader of the congrega-
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84 , terne tn rfil-nr ald name with thr
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(vid Andron will be guest
a meeting of the Israel
Committee here Monday
13. at the Raleigh hotel.
* the first in a series of
icheon meetings regular-
led for Monday through-
wiing season.
NOTICE UNDER
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NoTli'K IS JiKHKHY OIVBN thai
the unileiHlgiied. dealilna to pnnaui- in
li.i-.n, -.-. imder the flrtltloui. name of
I. S. SLICING MACHINES- MIAMI
" Ml -V Miami Ave., Miami, Fla., In-
tend... to realMt-r aald name with the
iiarit ..i mc circuit court of i>h.i.
County. Florida.
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the undersigned, ilcclrlnu to rniiaie in
bualneta nn l.r the rii-tltlou* name of
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Drive, Miami Beach, intend, i.....a>
IMr raid name with lh.- Clerk of the
On nit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH DENKER, Bole owner
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Attorney* f..i Applicant
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al 17*1 B.W :7th Ava Miami intend*
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of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
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II 17, 1/3-10-17
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undemijened. u< Miiim to iiiHaae in
btialiii-ea under the fictitious name of
THE HOl'BE Or HI HI.KM at 54Se
S.W. :>th Tri rare Inl.iulw to restate!
aid name with the Clerk of tha Chr-
. nit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WARREN PTTZCEr.Al.li.
Sole owner
12/20-27, 1/3-lft
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4tSM
In RE: Entat. of
VoRMAN RAY GIBSON.
I leaaaaad
NdTlCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All I'eraona Hav-
tns Clalma or Demands Asalnat Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any clalma and demand"
which you may have agalnat the es-
t.t.- .if NOIt.MAN ItAY i.h.SUa, M-
ceaaed late of !>ade fVhinty. Florida
I., the County Judge* of Dade County,
and file the nmr In their offices In
the County Courthi.ii.-c m Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pul>-
i i" i he.....'. or the aama will be
barred
MART SIK.MINSKI GIBSON,
Kxecturlx.'
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the undeisli ,^,KI. hl
nil, !Lr4J"Vi*i ""
HI MKItT JAV A PA II
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tni to pmlater said name witli the
' tha Circuit Court ..f n ,.i.
. Florida.
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Att.n in-., for Applicanta
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NOTIdE UNDER
FfCTITIOOS NAME LAW
NO!,. ,. 1,-. HKRKHY OIVBN that
i-ianed, desiring t ; am, und. r th.- Mctltioaa nmne of
I'omfs BY JEWEL in Hade County.
Florida, Intends to reiri-ter said name
Jll'iL'i' '" "' '" '1'cult Court of
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By II.ih,.it Kravita. Proil.ii;
1627 Alton Road
KATZ A.ND Ros'kn"" **** bM'
Attorneyi for M R Construction
Corp
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NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
tn. iinderstgned. desiring to engage in
imslne-s under the fletrtloui name of
HOLIDAY MFX1. CO. (not it,. ) t
3101 S.W. th Court. Miami. Florida,
intend to register snld name with the
County. Floilda.
PET CHFMI'AI.S. INC.,
a Florida corporation
Namuel Llchtensteln
, n ,. .^^^ Chairman of the Board
I. R. MATERS
At'..ine> rbi Pat Chemical*, inc.,
a Florida corporation.
12/13-20-27, 1/3.
i ..... _M eaahnaaB
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 4K8..B
In RE; Estate of
RAY PH1LL4PB
I', .cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci.dlt.irsi.nl All Persons Hav-
ing I lalms or Demands Again
Yihi are hereby notified and raqtrir-
ed to iiiesent any claims and .1
which yo.i may have agai-d the
estate of RAY PHI I.Ill's i,
late of Dade County, Florida, t" th.-
County Judsm .f Dade Counl
lie ilia Hum in thalr offlrea in the
Countv Courthouse in Dade County,
I-lot Ida, within elsht calendai months
from the due of the flral ptihllcatlon
heieof. or the same will he harred.
S \ M I"KI. J, HEIMAN
ALBERT i: LICHTBN8TBIN
MYERS, HEIMAN ^ KAPLAN
AttornaraEleven Fiftv itulldlns
ir.n s W 1st .-.., .Miami, l-'li.
1 1-10-17-tl
IN COUNTY JUDOFS' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA
No. 40086-8
RE: ESTATE OF
FRIEDA ROSEN HERO,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
AFPfclCATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is h. i.liv given that have
filed a final* ret.ort and petition for
FlnMl Discharge as Admlnlslrat'iv hi
the estate of FRIEDA ROSENBERU
deceased; and that on the 10th day of
Februarv, IMS. I will annly to'"the
Hpnorahle Frank IS Howling. Coiino
ludae of Dade County. Florida, for ai>-
proval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
th- Estate of FRIEDA ROKBNBBRG,
deceased.
Thla 27th day of IW-mbci, lS7,
Kl.sn- RBN8KY
KOVNKR MANNHEIMBR
By: Walter C. Kovner
Attornayi for Administratrix.
i/J-ia-17-H
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IH HI l;i:i;.' GIVEN that
iderslSBed, daallina to engage In
busl ... ,ier the flctliloua name of
K /- WAY Ml. c... (not I,,,-., ,,
3101 B.W 39th Court, Ml.
Intend t. registi -ail n mi. l| ,i tl:.
1 'lei li .,1 l!i. Circuit "ii t of I iHil.
' 'ou"nty, II. i .la
PET CHEMICALS. INC.,
a Florida i i oration
Ham it l i
. ,. .. .. .Chairman of the Board
I i: MAYER*
At torn, v for Pet Chemlcala, Inc.,
a Floi Ida corporation.
i-' :- ________________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOiCIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA.
No. 207911
LOID \ T il;o A.M.\|n m,
Plaintiff,
M'Wi'NI. AH*.....I: < ... ...
i Mffendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. BDMONU A maim it. in., w.st
Hth Street. New Yo. k. \. York, are
re|iiired to fl!e your answer To the
.omplalnt for dlvcr.e with th- "'leik
of the ahoy.- court and serve a copy
thereof ui,,i Herman Chen, vl
ney lias Conareaa Bolldlns, Miami,
Florida, on or before Januaiv II. 1*51
or else complaint will be taken as con-
fessed. Dated December It, |fS7
fe. B. LEATHBBMAN, clerk of
(aeal) the circuit I
Bv l A. PLEA RE, Deputy Clerh
12'20-27. l'S-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HKRKHY (1IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to em
business under the fictitious name !
AITOMATK ORANOB JCICRR CO
"F FLORIDA at *0n NW JTth .v.-.-
ntie. Mlati'l Intends to reglsi.
name with the Clerk of the I
Court of Dad) County. Florida.
THKi IDORB HOSKDA1.E
itnt-n-n. it
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN (hat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
s uiul.r the fictitious name r)T
TERMINAL-FROIOE at Horn.
Fla.. Intend to register shIiI num. i
the cl.rk of the Circuit Court >.i D l<
County, Florida.
TERMINAL CONSTRt'CTIoN
" 'i IRPORATII IN
A New Jerai
PROL'OB CONBTRl'CTION Co., INC
v i "onn<. .. atl.Mi i
MTER8, HEIMAN f. K M'LAN
Attorneys foi i: i
IIVI s W Fleat s, .Miami. Fla.
27. 1/3-10
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
_*-*?#*# n rrinr
solicit* your iecjal uotjca*.
W appreriata your
patronage and guaranta*
accurate service at legaJ
rales ...
Phone FR 4-4366
tor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAVlf
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
Ihe undersigned, desirinr to encage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA VETERINARY LABORA-
TORIES co. (not Inc.) at 31"l B.W
Mth Court. Miami. Fl irlda, Intend t"
register said name with the c
the circuit Court Of Dade County.
Florida.
PET CHEMICALS, INC
a FToi i'la c' i
I nstelfl
Chairman the I
I n MATERS
\it,,i ii. v for Pel i 'hemlcala, Inc.,
.. Florida ."in*.ration.
I! IS-Jfl :'7. 1 '1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. AT LAW.
No. 40*19 (Pearson)
MAISONETTE Hoi.DIN,; CO.,
a Kloi ida corporation
I'tainI iff?
\ -
LOCIS KATZ. ROItFRT J I.EWISON
and KANPORD FREED, Jointly and
. llv,
Defendants.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO: Lor I a KATZ
1 '.-f. nd.uit
16" Reach 137th Street
Bella Harbor vi. Long Island,
New York.
TOU ARE HKIU:i:Y NOTIFIED
thai a Compta!nl has baeo filed
against you aid ether part lea In the
above-atyled Court, on October
1",7. anil you are dlie.te.l tn serve a
copy of your Answer or any other
pleading to the PtalntlfTa Complaint,
upon (tt'NKT OENET, attorn. \s f.n
the Plaintiff, at t'-'u Lincoln R.*d.
Miami Reach SS. Florida, and file tha
orlainal iheteof on or before the 21st
.ii of January. IWJ
DATED, at Miami, llorlda, this 16th
day of December. !!"."
E. B. LEATHBRMAN. clerk nl
(Seal) the Circuit Cunt
Bv it. H rice, jr.. Deputy ci. o
OENET OBNBT
etttnrneVs fur Plaintiff
l? :'n-:'7. 1 i-in
IN THE COUNTY jUDlifcb' uOuRT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE. No 42203A
in iu: Batata HIR8CH L. KATZ
11. c.-ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All P. i-on- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agaln-t Said
Yo i are hereby notified and requir-
ed to |ii. sent any claims and d. nanda
which yo i may have axainst the es-
tate of HlRscii l. KATZ de eased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade Count>. and
til,- the same in their offices in tha
Count] Courthouse in Made County,
Florida, within eight calendar months)
the date of the Brat publication
hereof, or the paane will be ba
RAB FELDBACM
Administratrix.
Kt'RT WKI.l.lSl'll. AID
1414-17 Coacreea Hldg.. Miami, y\.
12 lt-W-27 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAC COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 20S026
Rl IS....... Rl vlANKI.I.I
P .uiitlff
\ I
PETER It' IMANELLI
11, f. nd.i nt
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU. PETER ROMANBLLI I I
Atlantic A .ii A Rockaway
levard WO mil VEN, S E W
YORK IP "' i .-
war to 'he Complaint for Divorce
I a lib the Cle k ol I aoove Cou i and
., cop) thereof upon GINO P.
N EORBTTi, At' ii- I l I"I P
Building, Mian
January 17th, l!'*.,' or alae comptslnt
ii as confessed..
Dated, December '7. II
B B LEATHBRMAN Pit rk of
the Circuit Court
B l. A CLEARS, Deput) cieik.
IS .- fl '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKItKHY OIVBN that
id. :-lulled, desiring to engage ,n
business under the fictitious name of
i MM PHAH.U.M EITICAI.S I not In. >
a BVwrhwest 17th Street, Miami,
Florida intends to register aaid name
with th- Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of
Dad.- County. Plorlitn
< MALI, A RAMIREZ
I It. HATER*
M!i.rn.\ for Rafael A. Ramlre*
12 i I-J0-17, i :t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
liu-lii.s under the fictitious name of
KAA Rotntirani nappe) ,\ Bqu |,roent
at 1S34 N. Miami Avenue, Miami in-
tends to register said name with tha
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
AAA Trading. In
Sole i Hi ner.
LEONARD J KALJSH
attorne) \pplk-ant
114 laiponl Kklg Miami. Fla.
t '3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK I-; HERI I;* UVKN th "
the undersign- !. desiring t<> engage i*i
mil. i he Mine ..'
!\i;ton in i:i iii; w
at lV.ii N W. Jnd Street, Mm |, FTnr
Ida liuend to ret
i k of the Circuit Cou I
Count), Fl.
WILJ I \M cot DAT BIN
ROSE OOI I 'STEIN
IENET a i IBNET I" i
'7, 1 .1-1 it
VVEINBERG and FELD
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
announce rip'snlution ol" their partnership effectivo Dec 31, l-57.
They will each tontinue the practice of accounting individually.
j MORRIS. W. WEINBERG. C.P.A. MAX P. FELD. C.P.A.
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...SOCIALITE
tL
W/<
ontan s
lUorU
Cocktailers at the Dr. and Mrt. Morrii Good-
man party Sunday filled their 118 W. DiLido dr.
home and combined to form a gay assemblage of
guests. Hostess Mrs. Goodman featured a stun-
ning white and silver hand-knit dress. Contrasted
with this were the smart blacks of Mrs. Aaron Farr,
Mrs. Anna Bronnar Mayors, Mrt. Isidore Simko-
r*. Larry Singer, Mrs. Alvln Catsel, and Mrs. Loon Bison-
alder coverings varied from the sequin-trimmed Italian
of Mrs. Sam Rost, Mrs. Maurico Furman, and Mrs. David
the beautiful minks of all hues and blends the pastel
Mrs. Loo Robinson, the Ren mutation blend of Mrs. Shop-
bad, the elegant white of Mrs. Carl Woinkloand the white
(of Miss Sue Berkowiti .
liant prints were worn by Mrs. Jack Carnor and Mrs. Harry
Evidence of European trips was seen in the imported crea-
| Mrs. Louis Glassor and Mrs. Carl Woinklo. Mrs. William A.
id> was very attractive in her brilliant green creation trim-
white fox by Dorothea. Bright reds were worn by Mrs.
Cirsh and Mrs. Francos Bauer .
[ tints and shades of blue were in evidencefrom the pale ice
cade worn by Mrt. David Lovinson, Mrs. Sam Blank's delph
the full length mink-trimmed leather coat of Mrs. Baron
Moyor to the rich turquoise blue of Mrs. Sncpard Broad
breeze, incidentally, made the fur jacket of Mrs. Arnold
welcome addition to her attractive black and white print
Iths anAjfull skirts shared equal prominence. The colors
" ing sia wert resplendent, matched only by the brilliant
fcnder: Host Dr. Goodman is 1958 chairman of the Com-
pwish Appeal here .
: -: : :
big dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
SO Allison rd., Dec. 25 honored the couple on the occasion
[39th wedding anniversary .
Rimort were married in Russia. Their son is Dr. Harry
ind his wife is the former Joyco Shabbat. They were at
ly, of course, along with Joyco's mother, Mrt. Dorothy
attending were the Robert Krinzmant, Robert Bargt,
Liebermans, Eugene Woinot, Mac Dionort, Thomas Bargt,
I Woitt, Morrit Barg, and Kiva Handoliman .
[if one anniversary weren't enough, you've messed it by
Thomas Bargt were also celebrating their 49th.
iking of wedding anniversaries. New Year's eve Tuesday
lie 55th for Mr. and Mrt. S. M. Kalin, of Aycr. Mass., annual
residents here, now staying at the Casa Granada .
Hired merchant. Mr. Kalin and his wife are active In Ayer
(airs. They were married in Worcester, Mass., and boast
liildren: Son, Max. of Pittsburgh; and daughters Mr. and
illiam Begun, Gardner, Mass., and Mr. and Mrt. Irving
r, of Ayer .
le of the Kalint' eye are their two grandsons.
Gotham Town, Borto and Jack Toppoll postcard cd it Ii
"All five of us are having a marvelous time. Even the
cooperated Stopped at Jamestown and W.Iliams-
|Va., on the way up .
to and Jock are luckysince the weather hasn't been too
Itive for us. Is New York to be Miami's sunshine rival?
i. Leonard Van Wyo. of 6415 Pine Tree dr., and Cedarhurst.
|ve a luncheon last Friday at the Fontainebleau hotel, honor-
Je-elect Gaylo Bovorloo Bolkin, of the Oasis motel, and for
Df Lawrence, L.I. .
Lyle became the bride of Dr. Morton Speck, of Brooklinr.
[on New Year's day in ceremonies at the Fontainebleau's
room .
luncheon party was shared by bride-elect Andrea Rutkin,
tr of Mr. and Mrt. Dan B. Rutkin, of 5480 N. Bay rd.....
t's betrothed to Robert Magoon, and the couple are planning
wedding.
on the pre-nuptial front: The shower Thursday, the day
New Year's at the Victor hotel for Mist Donna Frances
,tky .
Dstesses were to be the bride-elect's aunt, Mrt. Louis Makov-
Dd her daughter, Mrt. Rotomarie ChaleV .
me 100 guests were expected at the 1:30 p.m. affair, when
la! dots to "i's" and bars on "t's" were made earlier in the
mna will be married in New York Jan. 12 to Rabbi Arthur
|er, who is working on a PhD at Columbia University. She
daughter of Dr. and Mrt. Irwin H. Makovtky, 3414 Prairie

lirthdaze: Born to Cantor and Mrt. Ernott Stoinor, of Bridge-
j.J., their first daughter .
ilicia Ren* arrived Dec. 11. Her mother is the former Sylvia
itt. daughter of Mr. and Mrt. Sam Zolkowiti, of 2125 SW
er., Miami.
Tohrner is letting friends know she is finally getting aet-
her new home in Denver. Colo. .
lie recently moved from Rivo Alto Island, following the pass-
her mother, Mrt. Bella Kugolman .
lajor happiness these days is that Denver also happens to be
for Suo't daughter Marion (Mrt. Robert) Eichborg and the
t' lovely three children.
im Fox. of 2131 Bay avt.. Sunset Itland 4, was recent boat
cousin, Mrt. Lillian Fried, of Palm Beach, at a Jamaica Inn
im't a music publisher for Broadway and Hollywood films
tage plays. __________,
it^J^wiislb-IEIIiOiPiidlilaun
Miami. Florida, Friday, January 3, 1958
Section B
Pausing for coffee are these Combined Jewish
Appeal leaders who will direct glamourous
"Premiere Luncheon" Jan. 21 at Fontainebleau
hotel. Shown during "coffee break" at first
organization meeting to get big fund-raising
event rolling are (left to right) Mrs. Aaron Farr,
campaign chairman; Mr>. Carl Weinkle,
luncheon co-chairman; Mrs. Samuel Simon-
hoff, Women's Division ^resident; and Mrs.
Samuel Lipton, luncheon co-chairman.
Mrs. Lipton, Mrs. Weinkle to Head
Women's Division Premiere Luncheon
Mrs. Ben Singer, ways and
means vice president of Geat-
er Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, is
pleased with financial suc-
cess of recent Council-spon-
sored musical show, "Guys
and Gals."
Fhgler-Granada Offers New
Jewelry, Clothing Courses
The Flagler Granada Jew'sh
Community Center, in cooperation
with the Board of Public Instruc-
tion of Dade County, will sponsor
a clothing-making and jewelry-
making course at the Center be-
ginning Thursday and Friday
morning, Jan. 9 and 10.
The course will be open to all
free of charge except for a $1 reg-
istration fee.
The clothing-making course will
offer the fundamental principles of
selection and construction, applied
to cotton, linen, silks, woolens, and
synthetic fabrics, the use of com-
mercial patterns and principles of
fitting garments.
The jewelry-making course will
have the art of hand-manufacture
of costume jewelry using various
metals and semi-precious stones.
Mrs. Samuel Lipton and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle have been named to head
the Women's Division "Premiere
Luncheon" launching women's ac-
tivities locally in behalf of the 1958
Combined Jewish Appeal.
In announcing appointment of
the co-chairmen, campaign chair-
man Mrs. Aaron Farr Tuesday
pointed out that the two women
leaders have been in the forefront
for many years in local and nation-
al Jewish affairs.
The initial big gifts luncheon
event will be held Tuesday, Jan. 21
at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Mrt. Woinklo it vice pretident
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and hat hold important
offices in Hadatsah, B'nai B'rith
Women, Greater Miami Jewish
Mrs. Friedberg
Installed Chief
Installation ceremonies of Roose-
velt Temple 33. Pythian Sisters,
were to take place Thursday eve-
ning at Dora August hall, 500 SW
17th ave.
Mrs Murray Friedherc was to
be installed as most excellent chief.
Her predecessor. Mrs. Arthur Ro-
binson is new sitting past chief.
Installing officer was to be Mrs.
Jesse Berney.
Other officers installed include
the Mesdames Bernard Michelson.
excellent senior; Abe Krantz, ex-
cellent junior; Ralph Grossman,
manager; Pincus Bach, secretary;
Sam Schoychid. treasurer; Nat Mil-
ler, protector; Bernard Kaplan,
guard: Harold Robin, pianist; Irv-
ing Dunkel, threc-year-trustee; Mil-
ton Blunicnthal. two-year-trustee;
George Goldberg, press correspon-
dent; George Goldberg, captain of
degree staff.
Highlight of the installation was
to be the presentalion to the Tem-
ple of an altar doth made by
Mrt. Robinson.
The new cloth will replace the
one made by her six years ago,
when she was elected guard of the
Temple.
Community Center, and the Ne-
fonal Council of Jewish Women.
She wat co-chairman of the P-
tron't Toa in 1957 and hat boon
active on the Women's Division
board of directors since itt in-
ception.
Mrs. Lipton is also a member of
the board and. for the past two
years was co-chairman of the CJA
Sponsor's Tea. She has a Ion? rec-
ord of service in local philanthropic
and welfare agencies.
"We are proud to announce a
unique 'first' in planning our Pre-
miere Luncheon," the co-chairmen
said. "Every sinele dollar raised at
this important kickoff function will
go directly to the CJA. There will
be no luncheon charge."
A special Committee of Thirty
hat volunteered to underwrite all
costs of the glamour function,
to that no expenses will accrue
to CJA.
The newly appointed chairmen
held their first organization meet-
ing at the hame of Mrs. Weinkle
last week, attended by near'y 100
\olunteers who will participate in
the luncheon arrangements.
Birthday Party
At Home of Aged
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will sponsor the first birthday
party of the new year Sunday, at
Douglas Gardens.
All January birthdays of resi-
dents will be honoreJ at that occa-
sion.
Mrt. Mary Hirtchhorn, of 20t
SW 20th ave., Miami it netting
the party in honor of her own
birthday.
Her two daughters. Mrs. Lester
Rosenberg and Mrs. Murray Rosen-
berg, have honored their mother
with a Life Membership in the
Women's Auxiliary.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, said Irving Pietrack and
his orchestra will entertain.




h January 3, 1958
+Jewish fhrkltori
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You don't have to ho overweight f i
BROWN KASHA
id get it! Mt. Sinai Hospital executive
SamueJ Gertner and trustee Sam A.
enjoy their roles as chef> at hos-
nual holiday party for employees
and their families last week on hospital
grounds. Party was given by board ol trustees
for some 1,500.
II Honors
k Couple
lard Powell this week
I that Pioneer Women's
honor Mr. and Mrs.
re on their golden wed-
iry with a dinner at
hotel, Sunday at 6 p.m.
es have been active in
(omen's work and many
nin-ty projects.
iva bn reiicUnts in
18 yaars. Originally
la from Lawrenca, Mmi.
Ire three children and
children.
Hiam Malmuth will be
for the evening1.
Idel.-mn Club, newest
ipter of Pioneer Women
is in Greater Miami,
Bngaeed in a membership
Club president is Mrs.
iw.
\dult Dance
Crystal Bali dance was
by Temple Emanu-FJ
|ul!s Sunday in the Tem-
B Hall.
Annual Winter Carnival
The annual winter carnival for
teen-agers sponsored by Phi Sigma
Tcu. of the Miami YM and YWHA
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, was to be
held Thursday evening at 450 SW
16th ave.
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A new Mr. and Mrs. Club group
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)uncil Sections Plan Joint Meetings
. Jean C. Leh-njo. p->sirtnt this week announced that several
Greater Miami Section, Na- il Council divisions will join to-
rYomea, j nether for their first meetings of
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the new year.
The four .niami Beach divisions.
Bay, Indian Creek. Lincoln, and
Islands groups, will meet tor i
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1 p.m., at the Sea Guil hotel.
Speaker will be Dr. Lowtll J. !
Carr, of the sociology depart-
ment at t e University of Miami,
1 who will speak on "Juvenile
Delinquency in t.-.e Middle Class."
Two Miami divisions, Biscayne'
and Sunset, will also join for a
meeting Jan. 8. They will meet at
the Biscayne Terrace hotel at 11:30
a.m. A fashion show will feature
Wyatt's new collection, with com-
mentary by Charm Modeling Agen-
cy. General chairman for the meet-
ing is Mrs. Robert Schwartz.
The Shores division will meet
Jan. 8, 1 p.m., at Temple Israel.
Members will see a color movie,
"Tuesday's Child." Discussion will |
be moderated by Mrs. Frank M
Kahn, president ol the Retarded'
Children's Society.
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Retired Lawyer's
Paintings Showing
Maurice Survis of 2054 Prairie
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of M ait land. Florida, that 13 of his
paintings have been accepted for
exhibition.
Survis, a graduate of Harvard
law school, practiced law and
served as a tax expert in Miami
| until his recent retirement. He is
1 chairman of the Zionist Council of
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Greater Miami and has worked
overseas for UNRRA.
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Ml Berg. Tom
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- a. Ira Bregman.
to bnde
rted princes styled
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- and chapel train. The
bnde t ma- box bat caught
a km tiered veil of walloped silk
Jhjr She earned orchids on a
Tbe bride graduated from Miami
Beach High School and ta attend-
B| the UatMHitj tt Miami The
bridegroom graduated from Edison
ind the I'mvcnat) of Florida
K rcption and seated dinner in
Ait followed the
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xico the couple ill live at
IMS Marseilles dr Miami Beach
- included Mr
i- Mrs Mai Naomi
-f^nsberg.
Mn Joseph
ieturd Ribiat.
Mr .: r Knedmaa.
and Mr*.
and Mr*.
Mich;
Mr> Marlene
K Maui Kranti \e
: Mr and Mrs Sam
Nattaa
In Harold
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Mt Sinai Ho-
Soo bom to Mr ar | Mr- Mane
Dec 20
Son borr i Mr* Myron
J Nathan Dec 20
Son born to Mr and Mr* Robert
- Dk 19
t Mr and Mrs. Jemr
Schechur Dec 19.
dt*r born to Mr and Mr*.
Jo^ph Jordan Dec 19
Dau^iT born to Mr and Mr*.
Lee Brody De<
Sm born to Mr and Mrs. Sidney
a**era:an Dec IS.
Son borr. v. Mr and Mr*. Leo-
Bird Turkei Dec 1
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Miss Rosoff Eyes;
August Wedding
Mr. and Mr*. George Ea|
2630 SM' 23th ave Mum
nounce the etigagc-ment of
daughter. Sheila, to Sanfort I
sem. of Shaker Heights. 0.
Misa BmotT it on a
*t the UMMTSitT of
plans to giMJMt in June,!
She is a feraer membert
lambda Deha and a .-nemberi
uraea PL
Mr. Lmmm is *er- ing ia I
Navy aad *iD attend the (S
sjr of Miami in Si :cmbcr.]
August mjmSmj is planned

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Daughter born to Mr.
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January 3. 1958
"vJgw tti ftorkikm
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?rmans Tel
'$ Troth
. Mrs. George Sugermtn,
kens ave.. Miami Beach,
the engagement of their
Roberta Judith, to Joel
Kaiser, son of Mr. and
r Did Kaiser, Bronx, N.Y.
rule elect is a graduate of
each High School and the
of Alabama. She was
of Delta Phi Epsilon so-
ity,
liser attends the Usivcr-
klabama.
jple plan a June wedding
^ork City.

Kuthntr Sirota
lilt-en Kaye Kushner and
Sirota are planning to be
Teb. 8.
ide-elect is the daughter
Ind Mrs. David Kushner,
Notre Dame, Miami
jie graduated from Miami
|h School and is employed
fork City.
Bta, who lives in Spring
JY., attended the City Col-
York, lie is the son of
Dta, Brooklyn.

sicson Langer
Wk Mrs. Milton Isicson,
Kaon rd.. Coral Gables,
Hie engagement of their
farlene Kuth, to David
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W. Langer, 4209 Gra
Coral Gables.
}le attend the Univer-
limi- Miss Isicson, a
Miami High, also at-
liard School of Music,
is a graduate of Coral
School.
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tr, English
ml Told
| Mrs. Louis Richter, of
st., announce the en
f their daughter, Mar-
[to Richard English, son
Mrs. Herman English,
13th st.
chter attended Miami
School and is a grad-
irron Williams Business
be is now employed by
vertising agency.
lish is attending the Uni-
[Florida where he is mi-
lentistry.
aw s. srucii
She Becomes
Mrs. Spiegel
Miss Phyllis hinder and Marvin
Howard Spiegel of McKeesport,
Pa., exchanged wedding vows Mon-
day, Dec. 23, in the Penn-Sheraton
hotel in Pittsburgh, Pa.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Max Spiegel, 4275 Prairie
ave., Miami Beach.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry David Linder of
Pittsburgh.
The couple will honeymoon in
New Orleans, Mexico and Acapul-
co.

Lovitx Rom
Miss Judith Sue Rose and Don-
ald Lovitz were married Sunday,
Dec. 29, in Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami. The reception also was
held there.
The bride is the daughter of Mi
and Mrs. Frank C. Rose, 1891 SW
14th st. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lovitz.
Jacksonville, are the bridegroom's
parents.
The couple will make their home
in Miami. Mr. Lovitz attends the
University of Florida and is a
member of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
ternity. The bride graduated from
Miami Senior High School and at-
tended UF.

Polur- Roth
Temple Beth El was the setting
for the wedding and reception of
Miss Ruth Roth and Sam Polur
Sunday afternoon, Dec. 29.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Roth, 1036 SW 3rd
st. The groom is the son of Mrs.
Ruben Epstein and Morris Polur,
both of New York City.
Mrs. Polur will graduate from
the University of Miami school of
law evening division in June. She
MK. POLUK
is a teacher in the Dade County
Public Schools.
Mr. Polur is on the February
graduating list of the University of
Miami's school of law. He is a
member of Sigma Delta Chi, a pro-
fessional journalism fraternity, and
Tau Epsilon Rho legal fraternity.
He is founding-editor of Parent-
Age, a university publication.
The couple will live in Miami.
Lavish Aida Here Includes Menagerie
Five Metropolitan Opera 'stars
and two ballet soloists formerly
with the Paris Opera Company
will head a cast of 281 people, two
elephants, two camels and two
horses, in the Miami Opera Guild's
production of Aida here Jan. 27,
29 and Feb. 1.
It is expected to be the largest
theatrical production ever present-
Cost of the production it placed
at SC5.0M, making it tho most
expensive production in tho 17-
year-history of tho Miami Opera
Guild. In addition, scenery and
props aro valued a* $14,RM and
ccilumti at $25,000.
In addition to Aida, the Miami
Opera Guild will present three per-
17, 19 and 22, in celebration of the
100th anniversary of the compos-
er's birth.
ed on an indoor stage in the State i frmances of Puccini's Tosca, Feb.
of Florida.
"So far as I know, this will bo
tho first time camols, elephants
and horses tvor have boon used
together for an indoor stag* pro-
duction in tho United States,"
said Dr. Arturo DiFilippi, Opera
Guild diroctor.
Heading the cast will be Met
stars George London, Nicola Mos-
cona, Lucine Amara, Kurt Baum
and Jean Madeira. The ballet stars
are Lydia Arlova and Lucien PrT-~
deaux. *
There will be 150 voices in the
singing chorus and 16 performers
in the ballet chorus. Others in the
cast include five support-rig play-
ers, 44 musicians and 62 extras as
senators, imperial guards and
slaves.
LEGAL NOTICI IIKIM AMAKA

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MOTII'B IS HJSRBBT (1IVEM thai the undersigned, . the livult Court of l>.ulr Conn: Kloil.li,. BAMUBL KAPLAN, Sole Owner t/S-10-17-14 ^^
WILL OLD M0D2N CAMPERS PHONE ME AT JE 8-7231 or JE 1-6574

Hibiscus Lodge
Elects Newman
Miami Beach attorney Joel P.
Newman was elected master of
Hibiscus Lodge 275 KAH for the
coming year. He succeeds Sam W.
Shapiro.
Other officers are senior warden.
Waiter S. Falk; junior warden,
Norton S. Pa Hot; secretary. Dr.
Frederick Bergman; treasurer, Na-
thaniel G. Kirsch.
Senior deacon, Jerome S. Mer-
lin; junior deacon, Louis Gillman,
senior steward, Charles "Chuck"
Hall; junior steward. Stuart K. Ja-
cobs; honorary marshal, Maurice
deH. College man; marshal.!
George Gallander; assistant mar-,
shal, Sheldon Dearr; assistant mar-1
shal, Howard Katzen; tyler emeri-1
tus. Sol Goldstrom.
Tyler, Melvin B. Frumkes; as-
sistant tyler, Bernard Rosenblatt;
chaplain Samuel Green; and organ-
ist, Milton Perlberger.
Installation was at Hibiscus audi-
torium Saturday evening. Install-
ing officer was past master Dr.
Herman R. Mechlowitz and grand
marshall was past master Herbert
Gutman.
The Children of the Late MARY SILBERSTEIN
wish to express their deep appreciation for the many
kind expressions of sympathy received during their
recent bereavement.
mike siibert
MRS. MtDRED SIEPIAN
MRS. ESSiE SCHAFFER
MRS. SADYE PEPPER
The family of the late "WILUt" 0BERMAN
wishes to express their deep oasreciition el the mony kind expressions
of iympothy received in their recast bereovement.
HO 0SERMAN (MRS. WilLIAM OBERMAN)
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KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
ANNOUNCES THE BEGINNING OF
Late Friday Night Services
JANUARY 3rd at 8:33 O'clock
Oaea Shabbol Refreshments After Services
RABBI D. LEHRFIELD CAKTOR ABRAHAM SEIF
HARFENIST CATERERS
Back Homo Again at tho TROCADERO Kosher Restaurant
301 23rd Street Miami Besch
S/M0RG/SB0RD APPE TIZFR TABU EVERT NIGHT
Catering At Your Own Temple or the Basque Ballroom
i me BARCELONA HOTEL stikw kosher
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Luncheon Party Thursday
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will hoM a luncheon and
games party Thursday noon, Jan.
9, at the Republican Club, 1947 W.
Hn oi Mrs. Jean Ha-
Become Bar Mitzvah
ft Emanu-El Satur
tag. Dr. Irving Lehr-
cffifciate. David is
grade student at
Junior High,
is a Library Club
He is recipient of
Sports awards and
lple Emanu-El re-
W 9ia
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Edward, son oi Dr. and Mrs.
Herman A. Phillips, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday morning.
Dr. Irving Lohrmcm will offi-
ciate. Edward is a member
of All-Star Little League Base-
ball team, attends eighth
grade at Miami Beach Junior
High and is a student at Tem-
ple Emanu-El religious
school.
Mr. Jess A. Bram-
s. Selma Besund-
8035 Cecil si.
Bar Mitzvah
[morning, Jan. 4, at
Jewish Center.
layer Abramowitz
ite. Seth is a stu-
iligious school of
attends Nautilus
fch.
Stephen Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Andrews,
5911 SW 5th ter.. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Jan. 4,
at Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center. Stephen
is a student at Kinloch Park
Junior High. Reception and
diner will be given in his
honor at Lincoln Manor.
lalpert Bar Mitzvah
titzvah Saturday morn-
fat Temple Judea. Rab-
pop and Cantor Herman
officiate,
in honor roll student at
n Junior High, where
eighth grade, member
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AMI'S
faith and
Welfare
igencies
:ED CM
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[NOW
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fledge!
of the marching band, and pres-
ident of Gamma Phi Epsilon.
He is in his fifth year of Hebrew
school at Temple Judea. and on the
honor roll there.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Halpert, Temple charter members,
will entertain relatives and friends
in his honor at their Coral Gables
home Sunday evening.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Feinberg,
Dover, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Simon, Clifton, N.J.; Mrs. Rose
Bokor, Tampa, Fla.; and Stanton
Halpert, New York City.
USUf NAIPERT
Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Lurie, 7500 Abbott
ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning, Jan.
4, at North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz will officiate. Stephen is
a student in religious school
of Center and attends Nauti-
lus Junior High.
Rabbi Abramowiti Scheduled
"The Still Small Voice." tele-
vision program sponsored by the
Rabbinical Assn. ot Greater Miami,
will feature Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wizt this week. The program is
seen Sunday, 10:30 a.m., over ch. 7.
Flagler at Hostesses will be the
Mesdames Anna Block, Israel
Coopersmith, Frank Hoffman, Sig-
mond E. Hirsch and Ray Russack.
SERVED
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HOMES
ft SINCE 1837
Yes. (here's Yon Tov spirit in
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for fullest strength and stimu-
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snilchies aad between meal
refreshment...
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and HOME PRIVILEGES.
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Large Corner Room
Private Both, StOefcl* far 2 People
Call UN 6-4470
Will SHARE BEDROOM APT.
with congenial middle aeed nstm
(cempanienship) $10 per month,
year-revnd. Kitchen priv., TV, patio.
Call Harry Ketzea PI 4-1064
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Oft COMfMUNITY CENTER.
Experience with leisure time eetrv-
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tea 2973, Miami II, Fla.
TxjGUST BROS nV|
STAND UP & BE COUNTED
IN YOUR COMMUNITY
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0fdq\H MIAMI!
fnrsy a nofiefsty every day-with Mother's
quality foods-reody to strvs for quick,
mouth-watering mea/i.
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OLD-FASHIONED KOSHER PAREVI
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taste treot, high in
proteins, low in
calories. In golden
JELLED broth for those
who like it aspic-style.
Also in golden
LIQUID broth for
the "chalah dippers."
One mother tells
anotherMother's beet
borscht can't be beat!
A refreshing, wholesome
dish, served hot or chilled
or a cooling, thirst-
quenching beverage. In a
handsome, handy
decanter, with Mother's
cheerful green and
yellow label.
At fasti A fleav srsoarb
pareve margarine
Ihdft strfctfy Kosher
for BOTrt meXjr or dairy
d'ahex Perfect for
baking,, frying, broiling
... tor Dcnetng rnefrts
and powftfy... for
spreading on bread,
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^Jewisti Fh>rkHnri
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wanes
|ARK LIGHT
died D<
* li.ili lil.
mm. ,i victim
iili\ He in sun Ivi i
| .in Mrs. Oeont*
ii Btstel Mm Ih n Her
Oordon Funeral
Iniri i! in i >i .(...! i Mi
[MINNIE BOBYS
iiu St., ell' 'I I '
kslflenl here, two >
! uere In WhnIiIiiu-
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Ci- nf local .11 miiKeni'Mit
TEL WAINER
rrtti 11 died 11
R fwti* a realdenl hei e four
llnv *'-r M- wif.-f Mill..;
Iiih ir. Ilyman Kll
i K Irsner; and two
Other.* and eight ruinl-
11, i were I 'ei- :!n at
..i I *l',i|n'l. anil
.Ml Nnal 1 '.meter) .
\M ARONOWITZ
RhiiiKton inf.. died Dec
ii vi'i .ii months *<
)X Service* nnil I.in i.il
tiivtn. Conn., wlih local
f) is. Hellman Funeral
flD BECKER
Bin.i.- .1 iluil !>. L's
Ben i.n. he vvhh a hl||
rears. Survi\ inn an-
red' a dnuKhter. Mrs
,b brother, ix>m
ri \ i. a .1 I i.e. 30 al
I la] Chapel, .i nd
tk. Hide Memorial Park
SEINFELD
|lie hlvd., illed Dec. 2S.
if soda fountain
rk City, he ha.I I.. n
Ii. fol I iiH. He
|ls ne. Minnie: three
l > othy Antei. \ti n
a- d Mi Anna Sli.i -
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DELIVERY
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tsoppiae.
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Certified a
K.th.t.
Wet** far H
&&
- were Dec 2* at lllverslde-
Beach Memorial Chattel, lth lunlal
In Ml. Slnal I'uinel.i
DR. HUGO FREUNDLICH
I "I I kiucild B> hi. i| i.. 2. A
i.ti .-I i enei ..i i i id itlonet I
are his nil.-, K)-..-, and a daustiter
Mi- Bllen Rlttersnoon. Kervlo
I.hi i.il w. n In NVw V.."k. will
Ide-Beach Mi......lal i 'hapi
.il lm.il ;i
MEYER RUFF
it. '( 700 i ii.- n .ii died i 2".. II.
wan in tin- ai ,ih al ii in.l win
member ..f the Miami Bm>*......'
A*an and a veteran of W.. :.; VVai Ii
II. leaves hi 'nliif-r. I.....le, t'v
ters anil a Inutile S.
in at II. I idnn f i .-v .1 I I
.l*WlW'll In SoihereV.Mwii..riai4hjiJfc>,
LT. MATTHEW LEVY
died Dec. t. m Wi, -,1..ui, ii 11,
an the result of lriJi. lined In
plane cnah while he awa on dut'
with the Tnotlcal Air Pore*. Ha Ii
survived by Mi wif.- uf three month*.
Kliilne: hfa parents. Ml and Mi-
Main ice K. f.ex ..' |8(l i: Ind ivi
and a brother, in Charles Ix-vv
Hurlal rites were in Arlington National
Ceniet. i x
MRS. KATIE TATEL
SX. Of .'.Mil S\V tti i,.i .. .Ii, ,i I .,
ii ii.".- ill years, she is sur-
\tviil l.\ a son. Herman K. a brother.
a slater, a grandchild and four great-
Kranil.hllilr.il. Services were I'. T
al Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel,
nilli IiiiiihI in Slur.'' l":i\i.l C-.....t.i \
HARRY KRESNER
71. ..f tlie Suma\ Convalescent Home,
died Dee, 26 A luggage salesman foi
nun. than .a years, he wa* one "f Ihe
'nunders of the Natlnnnl l.-irgag*
Salesman's Assn. Sinviving are his
if. Mimi.i. inn sons, Btanle) and
\l..il..n. a brother, William; a sister.
Mrs, Deborah Morris; and throe fraud-
hllili.i, Service.- ami lniii.il wets in
rk. If. riordon FD*r i II..m.
In charge of local arrangements.
JCK HARTSTEIN
dei Idlan ave died I Wc. 2".
i lie was a ineiii-
b( I of the Wni km.n in. |. Hr |a
i : by his wif,. rvices
I al ll.-llm n I
- th further services and burial
in the itu.nx
survived by a daughter. Mrs. Perle
i.ranut, a inoiliei ..iiii a sister Mai
.Ices rar in-. 27 at Riverside-Beaadl
Memorial cimiiel, with builal in Ml.
Kinai Oinetery.
' OUIS FEINBERG
.."., ..r 7is Cai lyie ai.-. died 11
He ca< n i .I'll s. \. y,,ik iiln
nd Ii s rvlved bj his wife Mayi
si.n. M.nv., |l; dauffhtl \l s, Rita
-i\ i rothen. Im udlna Re iben
Etsoa. s.i i
Idi I h Mem.ii ;.i| i "tii |. I \i.r-
Isle. x-llli l.in'al Jn l.akt.ille
Memorial I'sil,
MRS JOHANNA OOLDSTROM
rn. i.r i\ i. rrerson eve died I '. 14
A resident here is yesrs. she Is sur-
lv. I I. i ., HeOr) i',.i.l..n. and
a daiurhter, Mrs Anne-Marie Meyer.
s. i vi., v>, e i '. I..... Rivi
Chanel, with burial
in Mt sinai Cemeter>
I8IOOR HIRSCH
<;. a Miami reaidenl for seven
(lied Dec -'I A lint designer, he was
a World vvai i veteran, membei ..f
the American l^eglon and th. \'.-t-
erans ..f K.nelun Wain II.
on, Herbert daughter, Mi- Mil-
dred Sii.lunan. and four grandchil-
dren, s. i\ Ices were Dec It at .;..r-
.,... IHmeml Home, with Inn ml in Mt.
N'.-l... C.iiietei y.
MRS- MARY SILBERSTEIN
77. ... 17 N\V ,'l2nd |.| dle.l He, 21 A
sun, Meyer; and three daughters, Mi
Mrs. Mildred Bleplan
and M I'eppi t a broth) i.
ndi I Ifdren and nil s great-
grandcbildi. n Hei rices were 1
don i uneral Home, with burial
III \\'."..lla Wll I 'elllet. I
ARTHUR LEHMAN
, of ......:i SW Sth st., died Dec. 21. A
liquor salesman. h< Is survived bj his
wife, Lena. s'ervlics were in New
v..ik. with Cordon I'niii- al Home in
charge of arrangements locally.
MRS. LILLIAN STEWART
U. .; ) .-ai h. -N. ii irvived
b) her husband. Walter A.; two sons,
Roy and Rvan: her motheri sfn Anna
Tarlofsky; two brothers, Mori m Tar-
lofaky and Albert Tarlofskj and
Mi I .\ mi Marks
were Dec. tt, Hh burial in Mt Sin,i
i Vnn t .
MORR'S I. KLeiN
It, ,f I no| MB lnth st.. died Dec. J4.
formerly from Wichita.. Kan., he Is
Compfefe and Dependable Title Service
M
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a Qtetvact Co,
34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Title Insurance Policies of
KantM City Title Ins-trance Co.
Copifo,, Svrplvt t (etcrves
ceed $5fiO0fiO0
124 Mtw 129 SHOtKAMD ARCADE
TELEPHONE FR 9 1891
(Also Known As 124 and 129 Security Truat Cnrnpmy Bldq )

Now! For Your Convenien
DADE FEDERAL
SAVINGS
ANNOUNCES A CHANGE IN
BUSINESS HOURS
Effective January 2nd, 1958, all offices
of Dade Federal Savings will observe the
following business hours ...
MAIN OFFICE: 45 N.E. First Avenue
Mondav 9 A.M. to 8 P.M
Tuesday thru Friday 9 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
BRANCH OFFICES
Allapattah Branch: 1400 N.W. .36th Street
Tamiami Branch: 1901 S.W. 8th Street
Edison Center Branch: 5800 N.W. 7th Avenue
Monday thru Thursday 9 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Friday 9 A.M. to 8 P.M.
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THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH of FLORIDA
Rbt>. Or. Imc Kjrsh Ever. Director
FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS ***** to
you a most heorty wish for a HAPPY and HEALTHY NEW YEAR, on be-
half of the entire FOOD FAIR family. We pledge our future efforts to-
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ability to bring you the very finest in KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY at
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