The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Combining THE iVNISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
32 Number 2
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 10, 1958
Price 20*
mbined Appeal Campaign Names Leaders
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Prepares to Launch Maximum Effort
ir Pressing Demands Here and Overseas
Combined Jewish Appeal's gigantic 1958 campaign to rescue and resettle refugees throughout
! and also to support Miami and nation wide health and welfare agencies will be directed by a corps
tinguished civic, business and philanthropic leaders.
tese are the men and women heading up the major campaign divisions who havi been hard at
recent weeks enlisting volunteers for Uie "biggest fund-raising job in Miami's history."
"Our campaign is now nearly 100
percent organized," said Dr. Morris
Goodman Wednesday. He is CJA
campaign chairman.
"We are particularly gretifitd
with the calibre of top-echelen
leadership. They are experien-
ced, dedicated community lead-
ers whose support of CJA's hu-
manitarian cautes has not waver-
ed in 20 years," he declared.
B-G Rehashes Cabinet;
Lists Compromise Vows
On State Secret Laws
jta -By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMPremier David Ben-Gurion submitted to Parliament
Tuesday his reconstituted five-party coalition government, and after a
lengthy debate won a vote of confidence.
The new cabinet held no surprises. The same parties Mapai,
Mapam, Achdut Avoda. Progressive and Religious will have 15 min-
isters, includine Mapai's Peretz Naphtali. who holds no portfolio, and
Mr. Ben-Gurion, who holds two Premier and Defense Minister.
The only minister not present in*---------------------------------------------
the House was Moshe Shapira, re-
named Minister for Religon, who
recuperating from severe
lortant Confab Sunday
fill Orient Drive Chiefs
hundred Combined Jewish Appeal Division chairmen and other
trs will convene Sunday at the McAllister hotel to train their
I the biggest campaign target In a decade, and to whip '.nio
i corps of commanders who will impel their 1941 drive to victory.
Mil Hirman, vice consul of Israel and director of the Israel
Information in Mew York City, will be guest speaker.
is
wounds suffered when a madman
hurled a bomb in the Knesset last
Nov. 29.
Five-party coalition musters
a safe 75 vote total in the 120-
member House. Included among
its supporters are five Arab dep-
uties elected on three slates af-
filiated with the Mapai party.
The opposition includes the He-
rut and General Zionists on the
right, the Conservative, Ortho-
dox, Agudas Israel parties and
I Communists on the left.
In a brief address to Parliament,
Ben-Gurion said that the five part-
I ners had agreed on the following
platform:
DAG AIDE PVmVFD
Jewish Life
Red Capital,
mist Observes
7N (JTA)Fred Monos-
Inational Zionist leader, has
ed here from a visit to Rus-
|th a report that there is no
life in Russia. Everywhere
Hit, he said, he looked for
places but only in the syna-
was he absolutely certain
those present were Jews.
nee no books are published
[Irtish and all Jewish cultural
iitions have been closed down
[do not function, there is no
h life," he reported.
said that in a theater in
he found 700 Jews who
to tee a play in Yiddish,
png that ho found that they
led to be together and to be
itg Jaws "even though many
them did not understand a
of Yiddish and parts of the
had to he translated."
program for the play was
ed in Russian, not Yiddish, he
his visits to synagogues he
Continued on Page 7 A
Starting promptly at 9 a.m., top-
level representatives of some 70
CJA divisions will commence reg-
istration for the campaign leader-
ship conference in the Flagler
room.
Sam J. Heirnan, 1955 and '56 CJA
campaign chairman, will chair one
event.
Among CJA leaders who will re
port on their pre-campaign organ-
ization during the morning session
will be Shepard Broad, chairman
of Initial Gilts Division; Mrs.
Aaron Farr, chairman of Women's
Division; Joe Rose, chairman, Hot-
Continued on Page 7A
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Pacesetter's chairman will be u*s t0 v<*f *or decisions of the
Samuel N. Friedland. outstanding government and laws proposed by
Dulles Schedules
Moves Affecting
Israel and Jordan
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles was reported here Tuesday
planning several steps affecting
the Jordan-Israel situation and in-
volving not only the United Na-
tions but also the member coun-
tries of the Bagdad Pact.
One of the steps is said to be a
plan to set up a Bagdad Pact re-
Collective responsibility bind- gional fund which would be sup-
ing all ministers and coalition par-: ported largely by American money
philanthropic leader who has head-
ed this traditional pre-campaign
unit for many years.
Initial gifts chairman is Shepard
Continued on Page A
the povernment to mrliament.
The government may permit
a party to abstain from voting un-
der certain circumstances and a
party may also allow one or sev-
Continued on Page 12A
Negro Anti-Semitism Falls;
Note Southern Jewry Stand
NEW YORK-(JTA)-Negroes
in both the North and South
despite past tensions and the
threat of future ones have a
"new, more positive apprecia-
tion" of Jews in general, and
particularly of the role played by
American Jews in common efforts
for better human relations, two
leading Negro authorities said
this week.
James II. Robinson and Ken-
neth B. Clark, in analyses pre-
pared for the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, establish-
ed that Southern Negroes "are
not permitting themselves the
luxury or the diversion of anti-
Semitism" in their present strug-
gles.
Both men agree that Southern
Negroes generally understand
but would lake over from the
United States t.he task of support-
ing Jordan. Thus Jordan would
be receiving its minimum of
$30,000 000 a year and possibly
more from a fund which, on the
surface, would be controlled by
Pakistan, Iraq and Turkey as
members of the Bagdad group.
Another Dulles plan is report-
edly to hava the Security Coun-
cil reconvene this week er next
week on the Jordanian com-
plaint against Israel's afforesta-
tion project in the no man's land
area south of Jerusalem.
The plan is to let Dr. Francisco
Urrutia, Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold's personal repre-
sentative, continue his negotia-
tions with Jordan and Israel re-
that the Southern Jew, in the
desegregation crisis, is placed in
a delicate position in his com-
munity and is exposed to "subtle
pressures and threats of the more' garding ML Scopus. However, hero
vocal, aggressive segregationist
groups."
Dr. Clark, associate professor
of psychology at the College of
the City of New York and direc-
tor of research at the Northside
Center for Child Development,
finds that NegroJewish relation-
ships are now in a stage of "posi-
tive" -transition.
"The most obvious forms of
verbal anti-Semitism among Ne-
groes, common 15 years ago,
seem to have been substantial-
ly ameliorated. Today, there
Continued on Page 2A
the Council would be offered a res-
olution co-sponsored by Britain
and the United States ordering Is-
rael to halt its afforestation proj-
ect in the disputed area until there
is a final determination as to who
actually owns the land involved.
At the Secretariat here work is
reported under way by British and
American experts on the Middle
East to re-draw the Israel-Jordan
demarcation lines affecting certain
frontier villages which found
themselves cut off from their
water supplies, grazing areas and
farmlands by the armistice lines
established in 1949.
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Iddress CJA Stag Affair Wednesday
j Aharon Yariv, military, i at the Command School in 1949-50.
jnd air attache of the Em- After a brilliant career as staff offi-
|of Israel in Washington, | cer in the Jewish Brigade during
|11 be guest of honor at the, World War II, Col. Yariv left the
lilts Division dinner of the British Army in 1946 with the rank
of captain.
Jewish Appeal Wednes-
ling at the Seville hotel.
n chairman is Mayor
Broad, of Bay Harbor Is-
during.
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ttalion commander
of Independence,
also served as an instructor
ich Zionists
lonor Appel;
is Speaker
Beach Zionist Luncheon
fal honor Benjamin Appel, a
f line* 1939, at a weekly
m meeting next week. The
k are held regularly Wed-
12:15 p.m., at the Ritz
Ltd.
er will be Leslie Balough
nreiun news correspondent
of the world's most widely-
people.
rs. Bain was a syndicated
mnist and radio broad-
Bid he still is a feature wri-
Eook and Reporter inaga-
COl. AHAKOH YAKIV
He attended the Jtwish Agen-
cy foreign service cowrM in
1947, ni subsequently became
aide-de-camp to the chief of staff
of the Hafeanan.''
He completed his studies at the
Ecole d'Etat Major in Paris in
1951, and went on to become offi-
cer in charge of planning for the
Israel Defense Forces Staff and
Command School. From 1954 to
1956, he was commandant of the
school.
A BwwneiMinM f v'rp fha'^^on
was named last week by Initial
Gifts chairman Broad to complete, Jgfo Over '58 PoSiS
final arrangements for the impor-
tant stag dinner event All are
prominent business leaders in the
area with distinguished records of; """* Serv.ces bldg.
service in behalf of local and na-| Newly elected officer?
tional philanthropy. Named vice
chairmen were Sam Blank. Jack
Carner, A. J. Harris, Sam C. Lev-
enson and Carl Weinkle.
Rabbis Due on TV
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
Beth David Synagogue, will be
guest on "Noon Chapel" over ch.
10 Friday. Rabbi Alfred Waxman,
of Temple Zion, will appear on ch.
7 at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, in the
program, "The Still Small Voice."
Both are sponsored by the Rabbin-
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Annual installation of Miami He-
brew Congregation officers will
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Marseilles hotel.
Officers to be installed are Char-
les Hablow, president; William D.
Cootner, first vice president; Her-
bert Feldan, second vice presi-
dent: Robert Schweitzer, treasur-
er; Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, finan-
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er, recording secretary: Mrs. Na-
than Coulton, corresponding secre-
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April, spiritual leader, will be main
speaker.
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Number 2
Volume 21 .0
F'idav. January 10. liwo
18 Teveth 5718 _
The Evils of Multiple Party Democracy
The fall of 1%. Ber.-Gurlon's cabinet last
week ccrme as a blow to most observers inter-
ested i.-. c stable Israel today. Over the years.
Mr. Ben-Gurioc demonstrated his singular abil-
ity to exact a masimum oi effort from his people
in the icce of a ::-=".: threat of annihilation
posed by the Arab world in whose very midst
they i;ve.
He has been able to call upon them for
singular military and economic sacrifice, and
they have responded. From time to time, he
ha* chided the Israelis, urging them out of the
crowded cities and into the country's desert
wastes. When they failed to react, he went to
the desert wastes, himself, and like a modern
A Need for Volunteers
As the Combined Jewish Appeal prepares
"its 1953 inaugural here, a major need emerges:
volunteers to carry out CJA's fund-raising pro-
gram.
A large corps of workers will be centrally
important to the Appeal once it gets under way
in Greater Miami.
The ideal thing would be for the area's resi-
ffcmh personally to contact CJA, make, and
redeem their pledges.
But innumerable philanthropies have dis-
covered that the best-intentioned need solicita-
tion.
The finest solicitors are the givers them-
selvesthe men and women who have an in-
telligent familiarity with the Combined Jewish
Appeal, who actively participate in its cam-
paigns, who experience its benefits.
To know the Combined Jewish Appeal is
to want to sell it. CJA is the Jewish commun-
ity's single planning and fund-raising agency.
CJA is the source from which springs such
splendid Miami services as Mt. Sinai Hospital,
Jewish Home for the Aged, Bureau of Jewish
Education, Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center and Jewish Family Service.
CJA is a principal source of assistance to
the Jewish needy in Europe and North Africa.
CJA helps the State of Israel.
This is the laudable program of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. This is the story you, as
a CJA volunteer worker, will be telling your
neighbors during the upcoming campaign.
CJA needs your dollars in 1958. CJA needs
your pledges of former years redeemed. But
CJA also needs you.
The Surrealist's Journalism
Moscow absolutely does not at this time
support the Arabs in their attempt to roll back
Israel's borders to those set forth by the 1947
United Nations partition plan.
Only the United States and Great Britain,
in addition to the Arabs themselves, are active^
ly seeking to truncate the Jewish State's terri-
tories in accordance with the '47 UN plan.
These statements come from no less an
authority than the "Dairy Worker." official
organ of the Communist Party in America,
scheduled shortly to suspend publication.
Considering the source, we therefore rec-
ommend that everyone concerned with Israel's
future sit back and worry twice as hard about
future Soviet diplomacy in the Middle East
British Prime Minister MacMillan's recent
mournings of Sir Anthony Eden's Guildhall
proposal have met tuff opposition from his own
Conservative Party, as well as from hot-headed
Gatokell Bevan and Laborite Hugh
Similarly, President Eisenhower's stem re-
fusal to discuss the Middle East during his de-
liberations a. the NATO conference in Paris in-
dicates the Administration's present disinclin-
ation to entertain either the Guildhall proposal
or proposals similar to it. for a return to Israel's
borders prior to the War of Liberation.
mtH^0 D0\Kei ,,heSe con*iaerations as a
M^V* A^American intention, in
the Middle East. This would be absurd But
equally absurd would be the portrcJT which
paints *e Soviet Union as the n^moIluyuS
force in the Middle East ^
Pied Piper. Ben-Gurion piped the tune whose
essential theme was "back to the land.
When they still failed to followthis
singular man with the hoary head of a biblical
elder returned to the city to chide his Israelis
once more.
Most of all, Mr. BenGurion has been a
symbola contemporary sign of prophetic ful-
fillment, around whom rallied the faithful
yearning to be free.
It is typical of the man that his coalition
government should have been victim of the
very disease against which he previously
brought his political guns again and again
the crushing number of parties in Israel.
If France is an extreme example of a multi-
party system that makes effective democratic
government virtually impossible, Israel is an
example of a similiar system that sold out its
best interests in the name of democracy.
Whatever Achdut Avodah's reasons for
making public the secret cabinet deliberations
in which its leaders participated, there was no
conceivable excuse for itunless the party's
purpose was deliberately to stymie military
negotiations with West Germany before they
had even begun.
If the latter is the case, then Achdut Avo-
dah's actions were typical of many extreme
left wing and Communist groups that seek
nothing less than to destroy the democratic
framework within which they function.
II, cs an outside possibility. Achdut Avo-
dah was honorably intentioned, then we can
only ask: What price democracy? Certainly
democracy means freedom of expression,
among other things. But this presupposes re-
sponsible freedom of expression; and respon-
sibility should begin in the halls of a people's
government.
Be that as it may, the final breaking point
came last week when Achdut Avodah manipu-
lated negotiations for continuing the coalition
so that Mr. Ben-Gunon could no longer accept
the restrictions placed upon him in his search
for a formula to enforce Israel's future security.
The manipulation was based on Achdut
Avodah multi-party consideration. Shortly af-
ter Mr. Ben-Gurion's return from retirement, he
succeeded in whittling down Israel's cumber-
some pohtical organization to more workable
size. Apparently he was not permitted to
whittle enough. That the breech has since
been healed does not minimize the dancer in
which Israel was placed last week at a time
when danger produced in her own midst seems
nothing less than ludicrous. For peril to Israel's
security lurks aplenty in the hostile world sur-
rounding her.
Friday, knoary irj jjJ
RIPLICTtONS: On *..
the Combined Jew,*
pesl campaign, Miami fc
synagogue is announcing
$730,000 expansion fund ai!
CJA officials have baT
months instructing u^
munity through the columnT
this newspaper. u we|j\M
Utrmigfa the daily pre. on the evils of multiple appeal, Wl J
Itttebegrlintoll of last summer CJA went on record. along a^J
Erf Fund in condemning such practices. Their negatee 1$p^
arefullv an-lvrcd and repudiated, professional and lay leader, ln u
organization- ptadfad themselves to a new horizon in future raaj
raising techniques here
The Initcd Fund and Combined Jewish Appeal pledge gaaJ
be a polite vow for the sake of appearance; this was to be a |aw
nromi*e of rigid control for the sake of the community and the poU,
*hosr funds IK and CJA presumably dispense on the basu of int
gent planning.
What has happened' Why the decision to launch a S75O.O00eA
pan,Mn drive n the eve of the Combined Jewish Appeal campaip.
,ld ha\e been wrong for the drive to begin in the heat of ^
earlv davs of IT it is no less ill conceived to kick off almost sin*
lancou-h with CJA ( "incidental though the choice of dates mik
>hown i> a complete disregard for the planning the community
large seemed to underwrite in its adoption of the United Fund on*
ration and the Jewish community long craved in its consistent rep*
ation of multiple appeal campaigns.
UADMJHfP mm COM fKOM TM0SI WHO IfAft
SADDER YET IS the fait that the Miami Beach synagogue indaajl
among its leaders men high in the ranks both of United FinduM
Combined Jewish Appeal activity. It is difficult to see how they if,
Battle their congregation s decision. One excuse is that the dm]
-.'\ the lynagoguc'i membership: in this sense, it is an "inside'
campaign, without overall community coverage. But expansion fi|
noel explain their move on the basis of community wide need.
More important are these considerations: Excluding the Ulj
Emtrgenc] Rescue Fund, the synagogue's $750,000 drive for its q. I
n requirements represents approximately fifty percent of ta
sum raited bj Greater Miami Jewry last year for six Frrlrrmnaifg I
tad local agencic i and mmm fifty-five national and overseas orgaaa]
tiuns Such a rich undertaking, no matter how well explained, senouajl
questioni the first-ttungs-first concept of united giving to which tk]
area's entire civic leadership is presumably dedicated.
Perhaps i second excuse for the timing of the drive is that otkf
local congregations are also in the process of expansion or constnictai
and that it would he improper from a total viewpoint to single as I
as the erring culprit. Sad fact of the matter is that/
ogues .ire not lone violators of the sound community pUaaf
principle From clei of things to come, the Combined Jena
Appeal will have tn deal with many multiple appeal efforts destin*
for launching lure, surreptitiously or otherwise during the height (I
the 1958 season
Iom not mean that one of the largest and most inflaeBtal
'ins in the are., vhould serve as an example for ofleaasi
to emulate. It- r. ifx i ti d leadership, long in the forefront of Jena
philanthropic and n :iairs here, as well as In the area's t

for which preeminence in these affairs and endeavors uxkd
stands.
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GW/NG THf MCTS iltAICHT ON ClHSUiTAKHt*
MRE "^"'ONS: The New York Assn. of Rabbis on Dec.11
Sad nconsidemtion by the United states Census Bureau of*
decision to omit all reference to religious identity in its quest.onnaiW
during the 1960 census. In more positive fashion, the association at*
on record as approving, "the taking of information coocenunj reup*
aff.lutions of Americans by the IS. Census Bureau."
'us organization: "We believe thai the reUgioino*|
tty and spiritual life of an individual .re too vital and sacred a portal
be ignored or silenced in ascertaining ,
ermng Amencas population Here." continues*
ation* rrsomtion, -every American has an inherent moral*'
right to be open and articulate about his religion."
he sden/!!nV r> American have the rujfcthl
"- In short, it ,s none of the government*!
, 1 religious principle, the todmdual cm*.
Burea. .r f V"rk Am"' of Rbbls supports the Cens*
ureTon h,Tl "T* becu **"< H h-v* exact ft
^STSJL'i "*SS "* .e the tme me.snre rf
recording ourT.il *" "CfUr',e "CtU"' n"tioMl Hff *
'filiation e a s,j[L?" ^ Ueadi ta reUi0B a0d ^t
not const.t.rte the wSe l aSpeCt <* "***< *" certauu,
v ,JT>?f-,hr? ,ar d"^ *** thm
A^'. enoost, 1 ilWU,d h,ve u ***** today. The New Y
means^^,^*?*" "^PtTrt** of Chwrtk flBd State
twnof fact. oc,r>s the organisations complete misrepresap
+*T2!!Z i 2S2,"- *+ "> -,h>n ?irt
the(>nv.uM. """> "aiaaple.- Within the framee-tt."'
the Censui Bureau k. .
icwever ,hc ,sWilon!l exp|anatton of ihu pr
Were the I ft CaH*
I. to seek bajan
Clitics here ,dd^ *'naUl reasorring brmrght to P0"lW
Uon. fnT .T'?.'n""> .'""nded.To "seek infoVmatTon' on"r.
lent would be the reward of ciua*
Ww o/ America. Jewry *
195.
iU"n line ..oduJ, i ^ ,0 ***k i''i'rmaUon on relii
*h" rrf,,^ u, ZJ!!r,lm^>tonmnx woula r",rd
realities here .m Eccl*'s'*ical reasorring brought
"ere add up 0 nothing more ,hM mumbo jumbo.
* Zh^Z IT JcwUh orni"tion. these days nniortua.t*j
'ope Mr..z., ,n,,h* quam,re* -" *-A,eu^
' n*e,s 'ear ts tread."


!, January 10, 1958
AmUtifhricMan
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MAKE WAY FOR CJA!
.i**i. ''* *i i .M,h mm i i*"i* !
Once again our Jewish Community is
about to launch its regular Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign, plus an extraordinary
Rescue Fund.
Now is the time for organizations to
clear their programs, to turn their full atten-
tion to the MAJOR CAMPAIGN OF THE
YEAR!
And because your Combined Jewish
Appeal serves you a*d your neighbor
through more than 50 agencies because
CJA contributes to your health and happi-
ness every day because it strengthens
Jewish life on all fronts, locally, nationally
and overseas and in Israelit deserves your
top priority.
CJA must take precedence NOW.
So it has been for 20 years, so it must
emphatically be in 1958 as our community
rededicates itself to our people.
We in Greater Miami must raise our
sights and accept our historic responsibility.
We must giveand work. The time is NOW.
This is CJA time!
Make way for CJA!

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10. 1958
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Jab Will Orient CJA Leaders
from Pane 1A
Aaron Kravltz, chair-
Division, i
nan, chairman of the >
|d Professions Division; I
Her, chairman of Miami j
Dents Division; and Leo
I vice chairman of Build-
ed Trades.
[bring to the conference
[word on volunteer-re-
atl campaign Divis-
iber of workers signed
ut Dade county, with
fence to manpower still
bring all units to maxi-
th.
first time in history
drive, wo expect to
in advance exactly
ncontrato our train-
said Dr. Morris
NA campaign chair-
trence will supply the
to set off our open
our volunteer! will
ledwith all the CJA
ur leaders are con-
in almost insurmount-
of surpassing what
1957. With their full
\oi the continuing tm-
lergency, the call for
growing local and
rementsthese chair-
lure up to the chal-
Blared.
Ughlieht will be pro-
tan. He is scheduled
demonstration of
iiques-1958 style."
and audio method
by Alvin Cassel
human services of
agencies as seen
yes ot a teen-ager,
Hungarian escapee
|a new life in Miami,
brew school teacher.
executive director
rPiooonoorej will re*
lonal and overseas
ted by the CJA,
m made by A. J.
[Or. Goodman in Is-
ir will be shown
[time.
lairman will give an
progress of the cam-
li/.jtion and announce
the official 1938 goal
Members of the Women's Divis-
ion, headed by president Mrs. Sam-
uel Simonhoff, will also be repre-
sented Sunday. A new slant on the
subject "What is Plus-Giving?" is
to be presented by Mrs. Aaron
Farr, women's campaign chair-
rish Life
if Capital
from Page 1 A
(elderly folks, from 65
j>, no younger genera-
fwhether he found evi-
tussian Jews wanted,
fel, he said: 'The elder-
But when it comes
Ut generation, who for
ire absorbed and lived
ler the spell of So-
It do they know about
new life and happi-
rish nation could bring
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MINOHS AOMITTfO
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thro January /6
man.
Federation president Aaron M.
Kanner will open the conference
promptly at 9:30 a.m.. following
registration. There will be a pause
for brunch, then a final session
which will clase the conference at
1:30 p.m.
Don't Get Your Dates Mixed: Here's How
This is the' CJA Campaign Calendar. "It Is a oood example'o*
community planning and date clearance to avoid conflicts and
to guarantee a successful unified fund-raising effort:
Miami Beach Residents' Breakfast Felix Youngs
Initial Gifts Parbr Meeting Aaron M. Kanner Home
Coral Gables Initial Gifts Dinner Wm. D. Singer Home
Automotive Division Meeting Wm. Lehman Home
Initial Gifts Parlor Meeting A. J. Harris Home
Lawyers' Division Federation Office
Pace-Setters' Dinner Sam Friedland Home
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Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan. 10
Jan. 12
Jan. 12
Jan. 14
Jan. 15
Jan. 16
Jan. 17
Jan. 21
Jan. 26
Jan. 28
Jan. 29
Feb. 2
Feb. 4
Feb. 5
Feb. 6
Feb. 18
Feb. 25
Coffee Meet-PremiereLunch'n.. Mrs. Geo. Goldberg Home
Lawyers' Division Luncheon____ Biscayne Terrace Hotel
Town Luncheon Meeting......... Mrs. Moe Feingold Home
Campaign Leadership Conference._.......... McAllister Hotel
Coral Gables Leadership Reception Louis Goldman Home
Drug Division Luncheon_______Betty's Restaurant, Miami
Initial Gifts Dinner______............._......... Seville Hotel
Young Men's Division Meeting _........ Martin Fine Home
Town Luncheon Meeting ....._____Mrs. Albert Green Home
Premiere Luncheon ______________Fontainebleau Hotel
N. Miami Beach Cocktail Party Judge Arthur Snyder Home
Drug Division Cocktail Party ..........Sam Goldman Home
Lawyers* Division Cocktail Party Gus Feuer Home
Campaign Inaugural Dinner Deauville Hotel
Women's Div. New Horizons Tea Dr. Arthur Sokoloff Home
Paints, Hdwe., & Chemical Cocktail Party To be decided
Young Men's Division Dinner ..... Seville Hotel
Women's Division Beach Luncheon ........Deauville Hotel
Unlimited
Women's Division Town Luncheon Miami Springs Villas
I'm limited
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Rabbi Maurice N. Lisendiath,
president of Union of Amer-
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representing over one million
Reform Jews -n Western
Hemisphere, leaves on a five-
month world "Peace Orbit"
to explore possibilities for set-
ting up a world-wide relig-
ious peace conference. Dr.
Eisendrath will talk with re-
ligious leaders in Far and
Near East, Australia and
South Africa. He will return
to this country in June.
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It). 1958
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9-A
ia is Not the Only Invader of the Troubled Mid-East;
Former Cadre Play Leading Role in Egypt Today
report, first reveal
Veteran, gives an
|o/ Infiltration into
fazi elements that
br in a Germany M
scrupulous Demo-
I Adenauer. Trouble-
nd tcale in the MiJ-
jt gives cause fur
iihat the Heo-hlazis
\thcy ever return in
mistake about it:
ruled by an entour-
gbized" Nazis pres-
They hold most of
sitions of his State
(SSC.) the mili-
rceful arm which
i policy and actions
extent than is gen-
Egyptian equiva-
|6chutz Staffel, the
has likewise an
of some 70,000
lire is almost the
of the SS.
he SSC-Executive
Regular Army
rained and main-
tained as shock-troopsa modern
ized version of the Waffen-SS Ein-
satz Truppen.
Another third consists of muni-
cipal police units, on the lines of
Nazi Germany's brown sleeved
Schupo (Schutz Polizei).
The last and most dangerous
-Ihjtd ot Jhe -SSC-Ex.curiv* .Force
it fhe equivalent of the former
Nazi Sondorrflensr and consists
solely of plain-clothes men.
The duties of the military sec-
tion of the Executive Force are the
same as were those of the Waffen-
SS Einsatz Truppen: to deal with
difficult situations in the front-line
or in the rear, withdraw and rest
until summoned again.
The duties of the municipal
police units are the same as were
those of the former German "Schu-
po": to maintain order in the rear
and to stand by as reinforcements
for large-scale actions similar to
those of the mass-arrests of Egyp-
tian Jewry on Nov. 2, 11 and 24,
1956.
The PC-men are a special breed
of security people, trained accord-
ing to the totalitarian police meth-
Oan M hoehm, the first Commander
of the S.A. whom (in the early
thirties) Hitler had shot for an at-
tempt to take over.
His legacy, however.- ous "Rochms Methode." a codex of
Nazi prison and interrogation
methods, was studied by Heinrich
Himmler, who liked it immensely
and improved and used it during
the u'ivo M^orl-soaked years of
the Third Reich.
In 1951 the Roehm codex was
translated into Arabic and is now
being used In all Egyptian pris-
ons, which are under the com-
plete control of the SSC.
The plan for the SSC was drawn
up by "several technical advisors
of German origin." Approved by
the Ministry of Interior, the Cadre
IIQ was set up in Cairo's Liberty
Square and its administration hand-
ed over to those Nazis who already
had previous and considerable ex-
perience in such matters.
The Commander in Chief of the
SSC is Lt. Col. Al Nacher, formerly
SS-Grossaktionsleiter Leopold
Gleim, who used to be C.o.C. of Hit-
ler's Generalgouvernament SD-Ge-
heimgarde.
Addressing a luncheon given in
his honor at the Cairo Victoria
Hall, by representatives of the Lea-
tiut for (East) German-Arab Bro-
therhood, Gleim described the SSC
"f^'tlHi bill t I-"rf VflkPt "t jim
tective apparatus against the ag-
gressive elements of Zionism and
imperialism." According to Gleim,
his unit spreads into the following:
Public Relations Department
The PR-Dept. is headed by SS-
Gruppenleiter Moscr. a Sudeten
German who has now assumed the
name Hussa Nalisman. His right-
hand man is SA-Gruppcnlciter
Buble now arabized into Amman.
The executive positions in this sec-
tion are" entirely manned by Ger-
mans who hold Arab passports.
The propaganda machine oper-
ates with German precision ac-
cording to the Goebbels-Stuermer
patternits main target for at-
tacks, being of course, Jews. Its
glibly worded incitement of
Egyptian youth evokes an enthu-
siastic response.
The Department has branches in
Berlin (East and West), Vienna,
Stockholm, Helsinki. Istanbul, Mi-
Ian and Rome. It commands spe-
cial squads of vans with loudspeak-
ers which cruise throughout Egypt
and constantly incite the population
against American. British. French,
Imperialistic or Zionist Jews the
adjective changing with the broad-
caster's mood; the Department also
owns an independent broadcasting
station "Saut al Arab" (The Voice
of fhc-Arra*9*~
rttXT miK; tayptinn MMMfcaf
Ntzi Styh
Philip Wylie to Appear
In Miami Library Series
Philip Wylie, noted American
novelist, will speak at the Miami
Public Library Jan. 16 on "The
Writer's Duty to His Community."
Among Wylie's books are "Gen-
eration of Vipers," "Opus 21,"
"Tomorrow," and his latest best-
selling "Innocent Ambassadors."
Dr. Frank B. Sessa. director of
the Miami Public Library, will
serve as chairman of this first
"Florida Author Night" of the sea-
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
tteers through
Iback in action
BIO still to c<
mx drive for 55
Hkndrr a single
in Dade count>
^pnpaign chair-
are expect-
il gains this
ind the cam-
close Jan.
alsy Assn., a
Fund, will
onWCKT
y, Jan. 18
ii will be a
Bmp drive.
Prior to that. United Fund work
en will attempt to contact all those
who have not yet given to the Unit-
ed Fund to wind up the campaign
successfully.
LfctsAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FTTIT OUS NAME L*.W
NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVKN thai
iii. mi .. -iiing
1.1, in. .- .11... r th< i I ii
iH.iiNIai WALLPAPER ft OREET-
INO CARP I'O. ;.t ll-J H
Htxrt.. Minn ntend* to reglatei
eiild imnM with the Clark of I
out! "nun "f I '.i l County, t orld .
ii. in tl,n I" i -iiMIm N, Sole Own< l
.y. iRljk l. Al.r.'irM
\iti>i *> for Applicant
. I.lnool ltd Miami Reach, Fla.
!'- 7 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
del 'Imied, iii .ii ink Ui ngage In
i he ri. tltlo
ri.HEKT JA v \r.\i; imknt
ivenje, Miami Bi ach, Fla In-
tend to iaai i name with the
Cl .-!< of the '" riuii Com i of Bade
>> mi; K.oi Ma.
PRANCES NOVICE
l.ol'ls NOVICE
RfRVETT ROTrl
Vlt IIP) \p|i|l( .UltM
i In oln i:.l. Mi.inn Beai b, l-'i.i.
l'3-11-l~-4___________
NOTICE. UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HEREBY OIVEN that
the I, ili-vli in i"- n< under thi rictitioua name of
HOMES BY JEWEL. !n Hade Co'.intv.
Florida, Intend! to register .ail name
with in c'l, ik of the Circuit I'ourt o|,
jjw/i.-rf- ien(yy khh'w*!..
M ft H CONSTRUCTION CORP
B) Herbert Kiavitz, Pri
ItiL'T Alton llnail
. Miami ll.-a.-h, Florida
KAT7. ANH ROUEN
Attorneys for M ft II CoiiHtruitlnn
i < rp.
HO Lincoln Rd., Miami Heaih. Kla.
'T. i :i-lo
.N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND t-OeJ DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 42287-B
in BE: Batata of
' \ v pHILUPfl
I i .!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Persona Hav-
ing I'laima or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified anil reiiulr-
ed lo pi >< nt any etnlffia and demand*
nhlrh yon may have .ik.iIii-i the
eatate of RAY PHIl.I.H'S n.
late of I lade County, Flo, Ida. to the
County Judgea of Dade County, and
I!. Pie name In their offices In the
County Courthouse la Pads County,
Florida, within eight calendar month a
from the date of the flrat publication
hereof, or the name will be haned.
RAMCEL .1 HEIMAN
ALBERT B, LICHTEN8TEIN
utors of the Estate K.W
PHILLIPS, Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN $t KAIM.AN
AttorneysEleven Plfty linilding
1 I ifl S.W. lm St., Miami. Kl.i.
IT-.'4
and Dependable Title Service
IAMI TITLE
& Gkttact Co.
OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Title Insuronce Policies af
Kansas dry Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus A Reserves
ficeed SS.000,000
REIAND ARCADE TIUPHONE PR 9-1M1
At 124 and 129 Security Trust Company Bldg.)
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IJIVKN thar
lerahj ned, desiring to em.
1 s under the fictitious nan.....'
BARRINOTON HOTEL POR WOMEN
at 11 H .\ W Ind Btreet, Miami, Plor
end to ii" later >.i 11 na me sj| ti
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM Ol iLOSTEIN
HUSK 'lOLDSTEIN
;t a GENET. At'ys. .,
ISO rJncoTn ltd.. Miami Reach, Fla.
7. I 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FIOTITXH>S- NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEM thai
jUo uu.ti-i:j.i.| di sirlnu to vintage ill
under the i
M \IITH \ S MANOR al MM S.W. 19th
Ave., Miami, Kla.. Intend lo register
, ,i BBjni lyllh, th--. '"' lbs Clr.
i nil Court of Pane Countv, Plorlda
IIAItl.KS II. KCI.I.KR. a Sfngl-
' Wfd an' MtRTIlA V Kl-mi-
LOFK. hla natural mother, as a
form estate with the right of own-
ership In the snrvivor thereof.
l VHNKTT MM TZ
Attorney for Applicant*
II i-imsrerx Bldg., Miami 32. Kla.
-.. 17.ei.ei
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY FLOR.DA.
No. M7911
LOIH\ T>R<> AM.MiiiK,
Plaintiff,
VI.
EDMONH \M aim Ht.
I l| lendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Von. EOMOND A MA DOR, 103 West
tlth Sue. t. New York, New Yoik. are
1 to file your anxwci to the
romplalnl for divorce with the Clara
of the above Court and s.
thereof upon Herman Cuban, Attor-
ney, r: Building, Miami,
Florida, on or before January 13. I95S,
r elxe complain) wi 1 be taken
.1 I ,1.1 Dei -iiher 12, 1957.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
1. A. CLEARS, Deputy Clerk
l-lti
'i- NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
the undersigned, dexlrins to rncum- in
business under the flitltioun name of
TERMINAL-FRorOK at Homestead,
Fla.. Intend to reelater aald name with
. 1 k of the Circuit I'.iiii 1 of Dade
County, Kioti h
TKRMINAL I < iVSTIt II TH IN
CORPORATION
(A New Jernci Corporation I
FROIVSE CON8TRCCTION CO., IN''
1 A 1 "otinei liiut Coipnration)
MTER8, HEIMAN .- KAPLAN
Attorneys for IteKlatr.inis
1110 S.W. First St Miami. Kla.
12/20-27. 1/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. AT LAW.
No. -10819 (Pearson)
MAISONETTE HuLIINi; CO.,
a Florida corporation
Plaintiff.
LOUIS EAT?, ROBERT I LEWI8ON
and STANFORD FREED, Jointly and
illy,
I f. ml..' Is
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: l.i HIS KATE
Defendant
160 Beach I37th Btreel
Belle Hai boi '.!, Long lull nd,
New York.
YOU ARE HESEBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint ha* been filed
again.-t you and other parties ri the
ahove-siy'.ed Court, on October -'*.
It'. '. and you are all e< ted '
copy of your Answei or any othet
is t" the Plaintiff* Complaint,
upon OENET & <; EN ET, all......
Pis In t If, t ''J" Lin. oln Ri ad,
Miami Beach 3". t loi Ida.....I
.1 thereof on or bel..... ihc Ust
da] ..f .1.1 .1 "
DATED, Miami, Florida, thla ISth
da\ of I 'e. ellllie'-, IV" 7
B. K. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ot
(seal) the Circuit Court
By R II RICE IR., Deput) Clerk
OENET .: flENET
At lot ni y for I'lalntiff
I] *n-:'7. 1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
_+jnl*i> Meridian
golicita your legal notlc.
W* appreciale your
patronage and guaranl**
accurate sacricB at ksgal
ratea
Phone FR 4-4366
lot masaanqnr aarvtcw
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UF Tr\
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA,
No. 20S026
ROSE MAT KOMANELL1
Plaintiff
I'ETKH K 11- fendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
vi ii'. PETER ROMANELU, Catlo
Club, Atlantic Avenue \- Rbckaway
Boulevard, W........WKN. NEW
VflPK. are renuiiei >n fP y..-e an-
swer (O the Complaint for Divorce
with the Cl.-ik ol t.ie suove Court and
i a c-opy thereof upon QINfl P.
NKCiKKTTI. Attorney. 11U9 Pacific
BillhMng, Miami. Florida, on or before
Jantian 'Tih. ISS1 or else complaint
will I taken a* eonfi
Dated. Deeemher 17. lr,7.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
ixeali the Circuit Court
By L. A. CLEARB, Dsputy Clark.
r,
PFR ANNUM
lami
Resources
Over
$112,000,000X0
let
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42017-A
In RE: Eatate of
MtiHRIS LAKTER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* II iv
lima "i I 'ciii.iii'Is Auain.-t Saul
H'ta-te:
Vou are berebv notified and requir-
ed t" pi. -.in mi* .mi and demands
uhi. h you nu< have agalnsl the es-
tate of MORRIS l.ASTKIt deceased
late "f I'nie County, Florida, to UN
i'.....u\ i idgea of Dads CoBnM '"'
file the same In their offices in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida. Within Slghl ..'.ii'la' "i..n'h~
fr-.m the date of the first publication
hereof, or ln< name in be i.
CKOROE .1 ALrfOCM
I 111.11 H l \sti-i:
ROSALIND BIEtlELM N
Batecutoi
OEl -ROE J M-l'1 'I'M, I '
,oln lid.. Mi..i Kla.
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTIT OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
..h. ca-*. i Irlni to
im-liie** under the rictitioua name ol
i w.; w >::t.\ii:nts at JS7D P "
Tree l'\", MtorrH Hen, h. Fla., Intend
to | I na.Me With the i
,it Court of i lade I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
lined, desu g to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CENTRAL DRY CLEANERS al I0MI
I Rl> ,1 Miami. Ma intend* to
reglatei I i will the I He ^ of
th< Clri II I "in I "f li.ide i 'ounty,
Plorlda
s \\iri:i. KAPLAN, s.ie Owner
17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to image in
business tinder the fictitious name of
THE llnisi: OF BIBLES at 5410
s \v. "iii T. raci Intend* to regittei
said name th the Clei k of ''
cult Court of Made County, Florida.
* WARREN FITZGERALD,
s,,ie Owner
12:'n-27. 1 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that*
the under*lRii. d. desiring to nguge In
business unTler the flctitiou* name of
JODY FASHIONS at : o Normand)
Drive, Miami Rcni'h, Intend* to reg-
.i.i name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Ptarida
JOSEPH DENKBR, Sole Owner
KESSLER A- <:A R*
Attorney for Applicant
IS1X SW 1st SI.
1/1-10-17-14
Kolida
^t KX I L tNO
i.i: r. i. \n.:.
In', i
m
Sole I l II. I ~
vu.'.i \.\t i i:i:iv -Nri:
i.\ f..i- Vpp'lcai I-
Ita l Incoln lid.. Miami B.
7-1-11
P
ederal
Savings and Loan Association
kAKOIST and OLOBBT IN MIAMI BBACH
>ln Road at Washington Avenue
ihington Ave. # 71st and Harding Ave.
260 Sonny Isles Blvd.
IK NEAREST MAILBOX!
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN
NEEDED. Good Commission.
Norman 6. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.Vt. 7th Ava. MO M44C
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBY OIVEN that
the urn! desiring to engage i"
business under the flctltlou* name ol
DOLL HOUSE SALON >i BEAUTY
at L'T'd S.W rttl Ive., Miami Intends
itei -aid name with the Clerk
.. the III .an Co ii t of Dade County,
Plorlda. _
iMAlil.KS POST
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the and. .i. -'t In* to etiaajse In
na.....'
ANTOINF-TTF/S BEAUTY. EALON at
ill K,W. Sth Avet 'a In-
tends lo r.vl-i-i said name with the
C. nit ..( I '.i.U-
r.i.ini
JOSEPHINE WHITK
1 !-i i 1T--I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. linage n
liuain- p I the fl. III of
I S. SI.U'lN'i; MACHINES MIAMI
\ Mia \ve. Miami. I
tends lo n ln"
.nit Of Dado
CHARI E8 '/. BPINOARN
M1LTI >N A I RIEI >M \N
\M.,.|.,\ fO! \;.oli. ant
i.o'd Building.
1-17-24 _____^.^^_
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 40085. B
RE KST V'l"K OF
PRIEDA RI ISENBERO,
11.. .-, .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby jtlvcn that 1 haTo
Hied .. final reiiorl and petition for
Final Discharge as Admlnlatratrlx of
,l. FRIEDA ROSENBERO
deceased: and that on th.- imli day of
Kein, I, I will apply t" the
Honorable Prank B n-.wllng. 'ounty
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for ap-
proval of *ald final .....11 "'I '"f
final discharge .<- Administratrix of
the K-mi.' of FRIEDA ROSBNBEBO.
*ed.
Thi* :'7tli day of December. !' .
BI SIE BENSKY
KOVNbTB \ MANNHEIMER
i : Wsltei P Kovt
Attorneys for Administratrix
: 1-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 42354
In HF Estate ..(
v. iltM w KA V i IIB* iN,
1 i. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All C'edltol s and All Pel
Ing Claims or Demands Against B
i and requlr-
ed I.. Ut ""I dl
which vo i may have again*! the es-
, ,i.. .' NI IF MAN I \1 HIB80N
< Pk
ladies ,,f ',:l 'a '' "'
and file II '"
the o' Court in 1 Mtde ''
ij i ,"., elghl ilendar
.. .,< thi fn -i i
licMtl'in hereof, .a the sama "ill I'O
I \i:v B1EMINSKI OIBBON
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FORT MYERS, Fl A
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m ~*.. Hjt **"* llhlM ch -CTK. UI to *-
cnl or its ** to abtuia. tot
iairri unow which they ar*
penaBMd mil be determined by
tbr go^eraacBt;
11 oae or more inis*er* feel
compeDed to aoeum vittout tor-
.-- "
awatrevgB:
A vote by a party against a
government decision will be re-
garded a* LIli ilf < bstioa
by a ulill'l wtout gre
at the government;
The ministers b.nd them-
HfaH o preserve complete se-
cretr ir> m*tii o: s i :
veahng and "yj**?
Intuit* "ch eeret will be
. U ,be covemmen. derl that on behalf of Ito eo.h
Kil anolv to deliberation* 110fl parlies.
rSr !". the m-sters ^^ ^ Henit^nd _tW G.
to* to made pubUtf.
ctot Aroda had bafc^
mt with Bow, for 2.1
* *t he w^P
m caafitoace m the
wtortl to could I
My under
len ol Menu i~ Murray Sotomo*
chaU also be bound by secreo Zlonl>ts immediately Jumpto t^dtoV ^j^
mee ihe re- on BenGunon. scolding him rorimeeun for the eleJ;
. !n order to guarantee the re on^r* ^ ^ ^ ^^ ...'^^^ ^ ik_
qulred secrecy, the State >ec ^ coallUon partne-r. DoHflas rd.
La applying to -r.yperxw re- ere------------ ---------
B ased upon the following statement of
condition, its strength, liquidity, reserves
and reEection of confidence, Dade Federal
cordially invites everyone to join its
family of more than 75 thousand savings
and home loan members who share in a safe
and profitable savings program or an
economical home ownership plan.
iafa. cl Mcond, look
fcatoL in. Safety
"One or trie Nc.1
Old'- '
i
]0ade Federal
i/avings and Loan Assc v *

STATEMENT OF CONDITION
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1957

Resources .
CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS....................
COLLECTIONS IN TRANSIT ...............
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONDS ............
STOCK IN FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK .......
INTEREST RECFTVARTX ACCRUED ON BONDS
AND INVESTMENTS .......
DADE FEDERAL FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS.........
FHA INSURED FTRST MORTGAGE LOANS
VETERAN GUARANTEED FTRST MORTGAGE LOANS
SECTTFED LOANS TO MEMBERS
DADF FFDFPAT. RTTTT DTNGS OTHER PEAL ESTATE,
nTPNTTURE. ETXTTmES AND EQUIPMENT
"NCTUDTNa BRANCHES)
DEFERRED CHARGES AND OTHER ASSETS
Total Resources ............
Liabilities and Reserves .
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
ADVANCES FROM FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK
LOANS IN PROCESS
ADVANCE PAYMENTS BY BORROWERS FOR
TAXES AND INSURANCE
OTHER LIABILITIES
SURPLUS AND RESERVES
Total Liabilities and Reserves
FOR A FUll SIX MONTHS' EARNINGS NEXT
JUNE 30th, OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR DADE
FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT BY JANUARY 10th
; 5.941.776JW
182,960.37
6.500.000.00
1.610.000.00
69.019.13
75.063.020.12
4.767.051.70
16.482.465.13
754.092.45
3,541.728.78
169.672.86
$115,081,786.61
$104J1.039.81
2.000.000-00
746.901.24
196.267.98
157.777J1
7.889,789.77
$115,081,786.61
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS EARN DIVIDENDS TWICi
A YEAR AT the CURRENT RATE OF.....
... and are INSURED TO Si0.000 by the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation. Washington. D.C.
"On.
Of,
l/2%
pr oanum
Bade Federal
I
* amrmmuT offices
MAIN OFRCE ALLAPATTAH 8RANCH TL "" ""
45 n.e. *, Av.nu. 1400 N w 3Mh TAMIAMI BRANCH EDISOM CENTlt ItANCM
fl.memoe, ...fof rtd* |M,.rf, m ... '901 S.W. |th Str, -
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- SBCIALIlt
Birth Daze Rejoining the ranks of the up-
in the middle of the nightcrs are Derit and MiHon
Sadoff, whose little Rebecca bowed in Dec. 24 .
The Sodoffs are old hands at the wee-hour shift.
having welcomed Jonirme two years ago Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasew
(he's the builder) of 2100 SW 21st at. and Mr. and
D. Sadoff, of 2378 SW 18th st.
tr. and Mrs. Arthur Roth, of 7950 SW 21st St.. announce
' their son, Jesse William, who was one month old Jan. 5.
nd Mrs. Albert Weinberg, of 3174 Elizabeth st., Coconut
II be celebrating their silver Wedding Anniversary Jan.
dinner at the Lincoln Manor restaurant .
the friends and relatives joining them will be Mrs. Ban
of West New York (which is in New Jersey) and her
Leon Geld, of Floral Park, Long Island Also down
| Jersey for the special occasion is Mrs. Lionel Kantrewitz,
|rken From Warnerville, NY., will come Mrs. Albert
They are both nieces.
for the holidays ffrom the University of Alabama wm
kt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Marks, of 3140
rd. Suzan had as her houseguest her roommate,
[Morris The girls spent their vacation niMlng iw.ici
sum and visiting with friends.
\lf
W
oman s
IUoM
borne, even as their lovely Israeli postcards were bsing
By friends, were Councilman Harold Shapiro and his
I They'd been away for the summer on an extended trip
there Sylvia was born.
Rubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rubin, of 1755
[came down from the University of Florida for the holi-
ig face this week belonged to Anti-Defamation League
(rector Nate Perlmutter, who was "baching" it while
flew to New York for Israel Bonds Also awaiting
rere young ones Deanie and Nine .
Mrs. Sam Graubart, of 8901 Irving ave. entertained
lor cocktails and a buffet supper in honor of Mr. and
Hoffman recently.
news this week was the opening of the brand new
intry Club, in Hollywood Beach President is Sam-
chairman of the board of Food Fair Stores .
guests at the opening Sunday were Gov. Theadore Mc-
Etryland. and Maryland State Comptroller Millerd Taus,
iidate for the governorship.
>
Gloria Goodman, tall, blonde and lively, was hon-
cheon and linen shower Jan. 4 at the Algiers Life-
I Mrs. M. L. Shapiro and her daughter, Beverly, of 1861
, were the hostesses .
of Gloria's friends were seated at the tables, which
rated with deep pink gladioli, pink angels and dainty
Also attending were her mother, Mrs. Jerome Good-
ie groom's mother. Mrs. Irving Scharlin Gloria will
Howard Scharlin on Feb. 11.
tine talked about is the Dec. 29 Open House at Barbara
srdon'i Palm Island home More than 500 people
fish each other a happy new year and drink eggnog and
punch .
|oning here from Reseda Calif., are Mr. and Mrs. David
are visiting their daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs.
| of 1049 W. 47th st. They don't mind that our weather
irily running a poor second to California's, with grand-
larry, Judith and Janice to delight them.
Ig here from Mamaroneck (and trying to shake a nasty
. Annalce (Mrs. Harry) Simon, and her parents, Mr. and
lr. They were at the Poinciana Annelee was one
|'s brighter lights She used to do the "Times" cross-
9e in ink, if that's a clue .
Great Neck Estates, Long Island, have come Mr. and
Shumsky and their daughters, Judy and Janie Last
se honeymoon in 1946, they are being shown the town
ter and brother-in-law, Beverly and Michael Miller, of
rd. .
them are Dr. and Mrs. Max Simon and their two boys,
Paul, from Woodmere, L.I., and the Jack-Slmens and
Iren, Berry and Linda, from Jackson Heights They're
Club.
c
rhcon shower for bride-elect Carole Fine, of 4465 N. Bay
Jiven last week by Myrna Ross, Renee Herman and Mrs.
. Scene was the Algiers, where Carole's mother.
Fine, and the groom's mother, Mrs. John Masington, and
iron, and grandmother, Mrs. Sam Goldstein, were among
j partying were Mrs. Ronald Fine, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Jean
[Mildred Falk and Deris Solomon And Joan Leader,
Iman and Marilyn Miller .
will become the bride of Richard Masington the first
Tebruary.
[and Mrs. Benjamin Vinegar, of 1358 Pennsylvania ave.,
55 years of marriage last Sunday They were hon-
cocktail buffet at the Byron ave. home of their daughter
i-law Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Greenberg Granddaughter
helped welcome guests, among whom were Dr. and Mrs.
eor and the Daniel Wincers, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bern-
|r. and Mrs. Louis Herzlich. and Dr. Leon N. Green .
attending were Miss Lois Pollack, the Max Greenes, Mr.
| David Brewer, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koltnow And
tlman, the Sonyy Olivers and the Bill Zimmermans.
|ind Mrs. Jamet Hmigbaum and their daughter are visit-
lr iwestern medical school, where be is a senior .
enjoying dinner at Gray's Inn were the William Segals,
ills and Richard erstelns, along with Beach Council-
tie Liber man and Bernard Frank.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, January 10, 1958
Section B
She Envisions Beach Little Theater
A noted Yiddish actress has come to this area
to make Miami Beach her home. She is Henrietta
Schnitzcr. and her ambition today is to establish a
kind of off-Broadway theater for a Yiddish-speaking
audience.
Miss Schnitzer and her husband, the late Louis
Schnitzcr. founded the Yiddish Art Theater in New
York back in 1919.
Born in Bessarabia, she had come to the U.S.
at l/e age of nine. The inevitable for the career
of en actress followed: dramatic clubs and the
Americen Academy of Dramatic Art. It was at
one of these drematic clubs that she met her hus-
band.
"At first, we performed in the Madison Square
Garden Theater," she explained. "Our premiere
produclion was David Pinski's "Gabry and His Wo-
men.' Then my husband brought the great Emanuel
Reicher from Germany to direct Pinski's 'The Silent
Messiah'."
In succession, and over the next few years, the
Yiddish Art Theater featured Ben-Ami. and Rudolph
Schildkraut later performed in Shakespeare's "Mer-
chant of Venice," with Miss Schnitzer principally
play ins (he ingenue roles in all.
Miss Schnitzer in one oi her many television
roles over CBS and NBC-TV.
Lorber Fashions
Off to the Moon
You don't have to go to Paris or
Rome, or take off for the moon
to see original fashions. Board a
rocket with Lorber chapter. Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren, to the Carillon hotel Jan. 22.
1 p.m., where fashions and acces-
sories by Martha's of Miami Beach
will lake you "out of this world."
All tunas dcr.ved Irom the sale
of tickets will go directly to the
Home in Denver tj aid its child
program. "To make this possiolc,
we have been very fortunate in
having everything donated," Wed-
nesday announced Mrs. Eugene
lleiman. chairman, and Mrs. Leo
Polinor, co-chairman.
Coronet Model Agency will pro-
duce the show, and in charge of
reservations are Mrs. Fred Dia-
mond and Mrs. Herman Silverman.
The Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children is a free,
non-sectarian "Haven of Hope"
for children who are sufterinj
with chronic intractable asthma.
Children are accepted at the
Home on the basis of severity of
their asthma and regerdless of
race, color or creed.
The Home currently has 14 chil-
dren from Florida, 11 of whom are
from Dade county.
In addition to aiding these chil-
dren, the Home has embarked up-
on a research program hoping to
find the basic causes that trigger
asthma, and possibly all allergies.
Branching
Paris, Vienna,
Jewish Music Sets
Theme for Meeting
"Cavalcade of Jewish Music"
will be the theme of the next meet-
ing of the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en Wednesday noon at the Algiers
hotel.
According to Mrs. Benjamin Ao-
pel, president, reports will be ren-
dered by chairmen of projects.
Mrs. M. II. Rosenhouse, member-
ship chairman, will report on the
annual membership coffee held at
the Fontainebieau hotel Dec. 18.
Mrs. Henry Wernick, program
chairman, will present "The Cav-
alcade of Jewish Music." This skit
will depict the history and develop-
ment of Jewish music throughout
the *es. Narrators will be Mrs.
Wernick and Mrs. Isidore Dick-
mn.
. and out of costume.
Off-Broadway in Miami is her
ambition.
family Life' Talks
To Begin Monday
Lindsey Hopkins Education Cen-
ter will present a series of talks
on "Conflict in Family Life" at
the Miami Senior High School Eve-
ning Center, 2450 SW 1st st.
The series of telks, to be given
by Laura H. Ron, psychietrlc
social worker here, is sleted to
begin Monday evening.
J. S. Diem, registrar of the Adult
Education Center at Miami High,
said that the talks will be held reg-
ularly Monday evenings from 7:30
to 9:30 for the next eight weeks.
Topics to be discussed include
"Living Together," "Areas of Ten-
sion," and "Communication Be-
tween People."
out. Miss Schnitzer appeared in
London and Warsaw. Returning
from a five-year four of Europe,
she ployed opposite Maurice Sch-
wartz, who had meanwhile taken
over the Yiddish Art Theeter.
During recen: years, sue iias ap-
peared over NBC and CBS televis-
ion, filling up her "spare" time
with some Yiddish radio work over
New York's station WEVD.
Miss Schnitzer's decision to make
Miami Beach her home is the after-
math of a personal tragedywhich
sliil brings tears to her expressive
eyes. She was here with her hus-
band three years ago for his health.
Mr. Schnitzer passed away shortly
after the couple's return North.
But the Miami area eppeels to
the noted actress, whose repe-
toire has included such greet
plays as "Green Fields" end
"Life for a Life," by Peretz
Hirshbein, as well as most of the
major works of Jacob Gordon.
At the Neptune apts. at 1632
Meridian ave., she hopes that her
offBioadway theater idea will
catch fire. Meanwhile, recently
back from Mexico. Miss Schnitzcr
is preparing her arranacments of
one-man shows in Yiddish and
English for performance before
local clubs and organizations.
Dramatic art is in her bloodhas
been for many years and. al-
though her life-long friend and pro-
ducer, husband Louis Schnitzer,
has passed on. Miss Schnitzer still
carries on in the classic tradition of
the theater.
Dr. Narot Will
Speak to Women
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of Temple
Israel, will be guest speaker at
Beth David Sisterhood meeting
Wednesday, 1 p.m., at the congre-
gation.
!>r Mi-"''* tnoie will be "Our
Common Heritage."
A unique display of Jewish cere-
monial objects will be a feature
of the meeting. Stories and histo-
ries of the unusual antiques will
be told by Mrs. Louis Spector and
Mrs. Yaakov G. Rosenberg.
Pioneer Women
Honor Members
Pioneer Women's Club I honored
three members and their husbands
at a recent banquet sponsored by
Mrs. Leah Notkin and honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Mayshie Frieberg on
their return from Israel.
Kanot builder's certificates were
presented to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Frieberg, and
Mi. and Mrs. Sam Wilensky, by
Mrs. Henry Seitlin.
Mrs. Notkin was presented with
a JNF Golden Book certificate
by the club's president, Mrs. Sam
Wilensky.
Club Tikva's newly installed of-
ficers are Mrs. Morris Seeman,
president: Mrs. Ruth Uliss, first
vice president; Mrs. B. Goodman,
second vice president; Mrs. F. A.
Brown recording secretary.
Installation was held in the home
of Mrs. lliss with Jacob Rearson,
president of the Bialik Branch of
Farband, as installing officer.


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tenth year birthday. Celebration
with Israel's tenth Independence
Pictured are (left to right) Mrs.
Isaac Pushkin, Mrs. Jack Robbins, Mrs. Sam
Sorin Bild, Mrs. Oscar Zellzer, acting president,
and Mrs. Abe Seltzer.
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rossinger Named Co-Chairman
irew Academy's Annual Dinner
Me Grossinger, nation-
Ihotelwoman and civic
I been named co-chair-'
10th annual dinner of
Miami Hebrew Acad-|
Grossinger's accept-;
with chairman Wol-
announced by B. I.
lent,
need that "present
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|>les chapter of Women's
fORT met Wednesday
[the home of Mrs. Mor-
Cremona. The film,
ras feature of the pro-
indications are that more than 800
persons will attend the Jan. 28
function at the Fontainbleau hotel.
We have a goal of 1,000 which must
be attained if the Hebrew Acad-
emy is to meet its obligations for
the year."
Mr*. Grossinger served at co-
chairman of the highly success-
ful Hebrew Academy dinner in
1954. She holds key national posi-
tions in the United Jewish Ap-
peal, Israel Bond Organization,
Hadassah, Jewish Theological
Seminary of Amenta, Yeshiva
University and several other or-
ganizations.
A year-round resident of Miami
Beach for many years, Mrs. Gros-
singer annually turns over facili-j
ties of her New York resort hotel
to numerous welfare agencies.
She takes special pride in her work
in establishing educational institu-
tions, both in the United States and
Israel.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel. president
of the Hebrew Academy Women,
announced a list of 25 sponsors for
the gala social function. Admission
is by donation of $100 a couple.
This year's dinner will utilize the
10th anniversary of Israel's inde-
pendence as a theme, with two
all-expenses-paid trips to Israel
listed as special awards.
Hostesses will include the
Metdomes Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, Alexander S. Kogan, B. I.
Binder, Harry Genet, David S.
Andron, Chariot Fruehtman.
Jack Satin, Alexander S. Gross,
Herman Eitonborg, Irving Fir-
tel, Isidore Spelter, Max Silver-
berg, Samuel Reinhard, Herman
Batch, Raymond Rubin, Daniel
Broad, Wolfie Cohen, Henry Pen-
chantky, Harry Fields, Louis
Merwitzer, Sol Goldman, Sidney
Rubinowitz, Harry Kerotzky,
Chalet Bender and M. H. Rosen-
house.
Cohen announced that a musical
cantata, "If We Will ItIt Is Not
a Lc0'end," will be presented by
some 60 students of the Hebrew
Academy, which is headquartered
in Miami Beach and operates a
Coral Gables division. It will be
dedicated to the need for a new
building, the chairman asserted.
Written by Jack Donnerstag and
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Acad-
emy principal, the cantata will be
conducted by Mrs. Donnerstag,
musical director of the Souths
largest Hebrew day school.
Among guests who have already
made reservations for the dinner
are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cantor, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Robinson, Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Lipton. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lip-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Hal
perin, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Or-
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Of Hadassah Plans
Varied Programs [
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M Kaazer who recently retnrnae
Israel Sea member* anil
a special aataetioa ceremony.

Hannah Senesc" re** < i;
,-jfl hotel.

Her.'*a SreW croup af Had
- member-
Mooday noon at the:
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lRane w... be presented I
Deters* arm*.
PaceSetters Co^hainnefl Hamed
For Women's Premiere Luncheon
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.ecfcrugaes of the CIA '
Mr- Aa:oc Parr this
" --rr r-? worrer. Pare-'
-men to open their
official campaign.
Mrs Jack A. Ablin and Mi
Clem Myersoc have been appotat-
jj* BMtS. Pacr-Setters tnnt
tf y neton campaigners'
will finable ail arrangements for
the upcoming Premiere Luncheon
CIA Women's Division Jan.
21 a* Ike FontameWean hotel.
e of the large--
- irtees to sohrnteer for the big
oar fund-raisasg eveat baa
enrolled this year
Campaign chairman Mrs. Fit
said Wednesday that 41 volun-
teers will comprise the Proeaiare
Luncheon committee, headed by
the Mesdames Carl Weinkte and
Samuel Lipton.
Preatatre Lancbeon will replace
fan Patrons and Sponsors Tea of
former year* Mrs. Fair explain-
ed, and will help materially to
.-rein-line the Women's Division
campaign.
Other tap -- mmaemeti
this weekreservations. Mrs Mor-
r.- Gaaaa Kg. Ml
-er: atter. orge
Goldberg, decorations. Mrs. Jos-
eph Doatov: hostesses. Mesdames
Sam Blank. Abe L Cassett. Joseph
M Liptor. Arnold Seeder, com-
mmee contact. M.-- Sat Berko-
and the M itnin
: the 1
kin. John S Serbin. and Morti-
aaer E. Wien.
aaaatiaf the PaceSetters co-
chairmen will be Mrs. Leonard
- and Mrs Samuei Fnedland.
Araagerr.er.-.- are under the direc-
Uoa of Mrs Joseph Bermarj and
Hn La urd A Wtea
Full membership of the Pace-
setter for the Pre-
miere Luncheon includes the Mes-
dames Sam Blank. Charles Block.
Brant* Abe Cassett. Stan-
ley Frehling. Mania Goodman.
Loins Glasser. Saiiur. Gurr.-
samuei J Halper.r. A J. Hams.
Seyrr >..-.- Samoa] Upton.
Harry Mafan, Max Orovitz. Lee
HatBff. Sam H Rost.
Simonhoff. Carl Weinkle
and Leonard Wien.
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Tje-day 'a- :4 '- :.ear School
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Louis Brandeis group :
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Shaloma grot;
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will present Balfona
Gilad. iTaeli sineer. ho iU pre
sent a rroup of Israeli
Melicov will be at
Plans for the Jar El heon
and care take place at
the new Deauulle hotel ill be
:^*ed Proceeds of IbB meetine
ill go to the Hadassah Medical

Israeli group ef Hadassah ail
have a regular meeting in the
Aladdin room of the Algiers hotel
Monday noon Mrs Louis Schwartz-
*ill give a book review.
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lassah Meeting as Other Groups
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lie M* orah group of Ha-
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A satire on the $64,000 Question,
:h the ca'e ucation in Israel," will highlight
Fredtrirk. S~Bfcb.nl ,De J".n 13 mee,'"f f ,h? A,b#rt
v. it! 'apiMk o:i iIU-rn '"'" ""* of Hadassah.
. .Mjr_.SyH#tftn.wilU)e..master 41
ceremonies, and Mrs. Bernard
Goldstein will be the girl helper.
Mrs. Gerald Martin will act as
vice president of the bank. Panel
of experts will be the Mesdames
Sol Goldie, Louis Caine and David
Rrowman.
Ail attractive box lunch will be
served at the 1 p.m. meeting to
be held at the First Federal Sav-
ags and Loan Bank bldg. at 900
JE 129th st.. No. Miami.

At the next regular meeting date,
'an. 13, at 8 p.m.. the Chaim Weii-
monn group will present Miss San-
bay wili be a variety of
Ifor the home that have
|le in Israt-1.
[products borrow? 1 from
Icoopcr.Ttir dialers, as
rom the h 'fries ot local
will include unusual
|pottcry. metal work, fine
and furniture.
J group of Hadassah will
Iregular momnly meetim
light at the R^i Road Sun-
ia, 6!K>1 SW 57th ave.

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She has recently returned from
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The meeting w.ll take place at
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Pioneer Club.

Members of ML Scopus group
of Hadassah will feature "Medical
Center" as the topic for their meet-
ing
Mrs. Louis Goldman, regional
Medical Center chairman, will be
guest speaker.
Mrs. George Lillian is medical
center chairman for Mt. Scopus.
Meeting is at 1 p.m. Monday in
Coral Gables Masonic Hall, 41 Va-
lencia.

Aviva group of Hadassah will
have their monthly meeting at
the home of Mrs. Max Singer,
6291 SW 63rd ct. Mrs. Dorothy
Krieger Fink will speak on "Youth
Aliyah." The meeting is scheduled
for Monday at 1 p.m.

A regular meeeting will be held
Monday at the Coliseum Bowling
Alley honoring new members of
Torah group.
Mrs. S. Rubin will highlight the
meaning and purpose of Eyebanks.

Meeting of the newly-formed
Tikvah group of Hadassah, busi-
ness and professional organization,
was to take place Thursday eve-
ning at Howard Johnson, 1100 Bis-
cayne blvd.
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1141 Washington Ave. Opposite City Hall Miami Beach
Opt* Daily 11 a.m. te 9 p.m. Seterdey 5 a.m. to 9 a.m.
fxauisni catered MHH weddings, bar amtzvanj
At Nome or in lour Female
e
7-AeTOREVLIN HOTEL
YOU'RE CORDIALLY INVITED TODAY TO
WICK & ANTOINETTES
RESTAURANT
Cucina Casalinga
"Real Italian Nome Cooking"
[WINE and BEER FE PARKING
first Social of Year
North Shore Social Club was to
hold its first dance of the year
'Thursday evening for single men
and women at the North Shore
Jewish Center.
, ftnetr wMm
for nlaerlmlnnHnt
KOSHER OnWItS ROOM MOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
DELUXE DINNERS from $1.65
trader Rahbbilcol S.oarJioa ef the Orthodox Vena Hokojhrafh
Rabbi Or. I. M. Eeer
COLLINS AVE. at 13th ST. MIAMI
TELEPHONE JE 1-7685
n
ethroth
BEACH
ft N.E. 1st Court
Phone FR 1-9375
peopU
h N.E. let Ave. A 2nd Ave.. North of Itth St.)
IQ DAILY tram 5 p.m. SUN, from 4 p.m.
"Tfce Talk of the Town"
AIR CONDITIONED
LYANIA CAFETERIA
5910 S. W. 8th Street M0 5-3311
Free Parking Lota
OPEN EVERY DAY
OUR SPECIALTY
K0ICE RIBS of BEEF
NICK <
ARTHUR'S
RESTAURANT
RARE or WEIL ROME Eeor Evealae
COFFEE WITH FRESH CREAM
SECOND CUP WITH US
"Food fo Piso All tfce family"
Your Hosts
NICK 4 ARTHUR
1 Succulent choreool iteaki done te
fonder turn dalectobla
dlshas to tampt the mott compered
palate .
Nf Reeervotioas Phone
\jN 6-9759
1401 79th St. Coutexway
The STRATH -HAVEN Hotel
THE ONLY STRICTLY KOSHER HOTEL
WITH PRIVATE BEACH AMD SWIMMING POOL
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
NEWLY REDECORATED and FULLY AIR CONDITIONED
OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND AMERICAN A EUROPEAN PLAN
Introductory Offer December let 'til January 15th
$55.00 per week, per person, double occupancy, American Plan
20 rooms of a 100
NEW MANAGEMENT
RABBI ABRAHAM I. TWERSKY and JOSEPH HOFFMAN
Writt or Phone tor Reserrofions
411 Ocean Drive JE 4-4691 Miami leach
ENJOY A TRADITIONAL fRIDAY MIGHT DINNER
SACRAMENTAL WINE and SELTZER GEFILTE FISH
MATEOH BALL SOUP KREPLACH ROAST CHICKEN
ROAST DUCKLING CHICKEN OR BEEF IN POT KUGEL
STUFFED DERMA TZ1MMES STRUDEL DESSERT
TEA OR COFFEE
mti eemoeoi urrnmsie*
_
STAR RESTAURANT
SERVING DAIRY, VEGETARIAN and flSH
IREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER AI*o a la Carte
Year. Suceoa.ful Manaffemont the B,rm'JVB/**.h*r* .,
WASHINGTON AVE. Alr-Ceneltlene. PHONE JE 1-1I
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING
of the EXOTIC NEW
ALOHA
Reitueront, lac. Soacio.'iiiaa in
CANTONESE POLYNESIAN fOODS
Out Experience if Year Gaorontee al Authentic,
Unutual and Tasty Diha at Reasonable Price*
Omar
Khayyam
RESTAURANT
Specializing in Variety of
Noor-Eastorn Diskos
end
OUT OF THIS WORLD
SHISH-KEBAB
DINNERS from $1.95
ALSO ALA CARTE
534 Arthyr QocHrey Rd.
(41t Street)
Phone JE 2-4091
IO-COURCE
DINNER
STRICTLY KOSHER
395
MSCavATIONS
Hi-mi
.,< I'jikinK Dl'tC'I 00
Dc+i 11.171
computut
tie
COMDITlONIO
ALOHA RESTAURANT, INC.
17 S.W. 8th STREET
"ON T1W TRAIL"
Phone HI 4-9375
PME PARKING
ER FOR UJNCN FROM 11:30 te It* OtMRS TO TAKE OUT
CHIONS from 75e up DINNIRS from 1.35 up
SIFTER'S
ill

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HOTEL
CATBHNS TO IMWVieVAtS *
StOWPS FOR All OCCASIONS
w.H .. Frleav Night
TRADITIONAL EHNNERS
I'ndei Snp*rvllon of DaitoA
PnlabaUm Vaart Hekaohrath
Completely Air Conditioned
mil nAWKtHo
Oa The Ocean 1741 Callia$
JOHN FR1GGI RESTAURANT
Formerly of Andre'e end Mother Kelly'e
FRENCH ITALIAN CUISINE
Open Daily t 5 P.M. Cloted Tueedave
140 N.E. 17th St. FR 9-7311 FOR RESERVATIONS

PHONE JE l-SM*
OR
STRICTLY iBo
LINCOLN MANOR S!^
"On Ike Oceoa"
SERVING 7 COURSE KOSHER DINNER from $1.65
i attrina Fmr Ail Occasions
ail cLmTMMU WWBT POSSIRIE PRICES
Vn4*7RenMnicel Saoerelsioa of the Orthodaa Vane' Neewhroth
,^ *~k* ~ Proenff" '' "' ^ttKoKl ROAO. MUM. BEACH




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the.r
Ferris, Hcas
United in Vows
Haa

Fkfcigy. kmiaary jjj
Afternoon RH
ChWaq,
to :
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uon of Ni
per and the late Mr
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MS. *0TC* $:
Beth David Groups
Honor Louis Gadon
Candlelight Rites
For Pelenbergs
In 2 I iere"

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Mehlingers Will
Live in California
ame
of Bl
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1451
The ; Mr
H>man.
im the 1 -
" A reception and uner I
-.moon
p to HavL
and waj formeriji ..t.r mi ,,< honor :
Richards Departmenl
Louis Gador.
PTA and S tterbood of Beth
20 year- lami.
Pub"e accoun-ant in I.
gele^

aught
pre-
r 400 bojri for Bar Mitz-
H attended the Teacher's
Seminary of Yeshive University
and the Hebrew Theological Col-
lege in Chicago.

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Miss Birnbcum's
Betrothal Told
Mr.
nt of the local He- of hi
in., on the Board B-
Jack Birnbaurn
of the Bureau of J<
! ii ation, and active in all educa-
. rogranu here
UNien 1-8441
RALPH HAYES, florist
There h No Substitute for Quality
1156 NORMANDY" DRIVE
Next fa Dovis Cofeteria
He u
owiti late Mi
rd.

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Mr
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IS nth
OPERA GUILD OF GREATER
A[M
MIAMI
IY VERDI
I
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*tis. v.Krnn minim
pie aaatfe aWem m "
Weataeadey. Dec 25. __
rial* Mia* Acnes ChJBat mi
ael H. Rons. ^
The? bride is the daughter*
Margaret Chilla? 1027 Hi
hlvd.. and the la1- !,,
The groom's parent- irf
Mrs. Rave Ross.
Rabija Samuel Lerer _
Ul(a Bibor Stem v-as vtaaj
man was George Peter
br other of the groom.
ven m marriage by ,
the bode chose white
own* taifeta. the skin a
bouffant -gather, -,i -caUop, ,
place by a narrow hand at 1
extending from waisUast to I
po.nno hand sleet and
neckline
A princess coronet aaeal I
fingertip veil, and she tan-
modified colonul bouqaet d{
light rones and biyeM
Her only jew elry was a .
pearls, gift of the groom
Maid of honor was causa t.
bride Miette Veronica Kanhj
flowers were desuned 05
stone Flower Shops
A reception and bnfht L
j dance followed at the boeati
bride's aunt and untie. Mr 1
Mrs. Anthony Kor ,.. 15381.
Judy Fmnkle too* chart* al
guestbook.
Among out-of-town gueoji
Mr. and Mrs. F.mery
Mexico City; Mr and Mai
Frankle. Mr. and Mr*. Nuthfl
Mr. and Mrs Jerome Fjsg
and Sidney Kes-ler. Net
ity; Mr. and Mr NicbaiaH
ihuagf. Ill : and Many
stein. Malverne. L I
The bnde is a craduate 1
ard High School and the
of Miami. She i a
Delta Phi Epsilon soronflj
taught nt Hallandale
School. The groom graduated
Franklin Marshall College a|
caster. Pa where hetaiaj
Nclogy. He is a member'
Lambda Phi fraternity aadisH
active as a research fehrB
Bellevue Hospital in New YatB
I'pon completion of a Isval
trip by motor through the Sswj
states, the newlyeds *&M
in Bayside. l/>ng Island, UM
3M
Rothmans Tell Anita's Betrothal
Kothman and Miami Senior Ugh *****f
r ensiged. Tended the IMvcrstQ of
!>e married vihere she was a memb
Epnieoa Phi iteoi
daughter Her fiance fxaduattd frsd
Rothmaa, ami Beach High Sihool.anaT
": Miami The iriiversity of Miami Ada*
Iiernard .0n and is a meml>er ol TaaJ
ave^ >hi fratemitv He is
Wad Jell and Reed
ded from Trust Co
if.r. Ll^;,b CLUB OF MIAMI" pt*n
BEXIFIT C0?:CERT lIGrfTHOUSI FOR THE BtW
THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
Euqeno Oimandy. Conducting
Dinner Key AjrJitoiiwm Tuesday, Jan. IS. 8:30j
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with leading j/ori 0/ ihm
METROPOLITAN
OPERA ASSOCIATION
MM AWJA I0THMAN
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$.00 $3
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DADE COUNTY AUDITOIIUM
Monday, Jon. 27 Saturday Feb. 1
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Wednesday, Jan. 2*
TICKETS ON SALE
.,. n,t(,-0 man mi 0-1991; ^
Fed. Saving) a\ Loan JE 8-5511 C
munity Nat. Bank UN 8-7641
KURT BAUM U Still Available in Both
S Ssaaet Auditohumt for Aida A Toaca
with JEAN MADEIRA. EDWARD DOE. NICOLA
MOSCONA, GEORGE LONDON. LUCINE AMARA
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FR a+Mf OPERA GUILD OFFICE FR 1-5153
625 S.W. 29th Rd., Miami. Fla.
FABIEN SEVITZKY
Coett Coadoctor
JAN PEERCE
T.n#,, ,i ,fec mrttuflitmm Opera Ceaas^T
PI0IAM
ROMAN CRN VAL
loveelhm:i *"0"
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JAN P
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wary 10, 1958
*.kmlsii ftcrkfian
7-B
Sparkling Rings Mean New Bridal Things for Them
of F. and was a member of Phi
Lambda Phi. He attends the Uni-
versity of Maryland school of med-
icine and is a member of Phi Delta
Epsilon medical fraternity.
riN
MISS CRKMWAID
MiSS IANGU
Expected at Miami Beach
rid ZOA Rally Tuesday Evening
expected to attend
jiity assembly of the
Lionist District Tues-
arete campaign* to re-enroll ta-
mer immbtri and sign op new
persons will be staged, Genet
aid.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Langel,
1270 NE 174th st., N. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Geraldine Miriam, to
Jerry J. Burke.
He is the son of Mrs. Rose Span-
over, Miami Beach, and the late
Harry Berkowitz.
Miss Langel and her fiance are
graduates of Miami Beach High
School and she attended the Uni
versity of Alabama.

Greenwald-Miller
Miami Beach High School grad-
uates Miss Barbara Ann Green-
wald and Stanford Philip Miller
are engaged.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Jer-
|ome Greenwald, 8221 Crcspi blvd.,
and the late Mr. Greenwald.
Mr. Miller is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard M.ller, 800 83rd St.,
Miami Reach.
Mr. Miller attended the Univer-
sity of Maryland and the Univer-
sity of Miami.
mand Brown, 543 NE 78th st.
Miss Lustgarten attended
University of Florida where
was a member of Delta Phi
silon sorority.
the
she
Ep-
summer wedding is planned.
I at which there will \
Ition of funds,
is
A Z-day program will be held
I""" ----- later in the month, Schwartz as-
fcl5 p.m. at Temple I 8ertedi wjth vice president Al Os-
144 Chase ave.. Dr. j sLp coordinating the one-day drive
' throughout the city. Benjamin Ap-
pel. Jack Fishman, Daniel Broad
and several other veteran Zionist
leaders will serve as Z-Day co-
chairmen, Ossip said.
president of the
Mayor Kenneth
Robbins, national
! the Zionist Organ-
ca. and Dr. Andron i
meeting.
kick off the final | new year
i-lorigi membership mous.
by Saul Genet,
the district, and
a member of
irs and execu-
The vote was unani-
"11
members has
and Schwartz
largest Zt-
the South. Sep-
Lustgarten-Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lustgarten,
1080 NE 151st st., N. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Barbara, to Fred David
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
lim Home
ration
Kosher Convales-
_reater Miami was
operation Wednes-
h City Council
r_J-profit institution
fcrst meeting of the
Specialiting
in
Bridal Altirt
Fortnals
and
Cocktail Gowns
HOPPING CENTIR
ay end Friday
Til
Councilman Harold Shapiro,
ex-mayor, pointed out the move
"will prove a benefit for not only
the entire community but the
Jewish people everywhere. Bikur
Chelim is as old as religion it-
self. Ifs a way of life in Israel
and in other parts of Europe.
Ifs a necessity for people m
need.
"The Bikur Cholim home here
will fulfill that need, and there
never should have been any doubt
as to its being a necessary insti-
tution." Shapiro said he can think
of no other city "more entitled to
set up a home of this kind in our
sunshine."
Mrs. Victoria Roe is director of
the home at 310 Collins ave., site
of the former Boston hotel. Alfred
A. Lesser is chairman of the board
of trustees, and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
is presidenL
IKK YIODlSHEK HMCUM
Meat* Ivary Sntardey, 8 P.M.
KNESETH ISRAEl CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid **., Miami Beech
SATURDAY, JAN. 11
Speaker: JACOB LESCHINSKT
Subject: "Tha Hew Tendencies hi
His Celhirol Deeeleei-eert m Israal"
IVr VlddlM>iT hi.iuin .1
Weekb Kemurr <>f th. Greater
-KTDJ tH7it1 n,TO7TDs
yxnm V
USTEH TO THE
TALMUDIC SEMINAR
OF THE AIR
By RABBI PINCHAS M. TE1TZ
f Eliiaberii, NJ.
Over Bedie Station
WMIE-l 140 On Your Dial
EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
10:30 A.M.
Joint Rites Will
Fete Fred Jonas
North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'rith will hold a combined initia-
tion of members with Miami
Beach Lodge Tuesday evening at
the Crown hotel.
North Shore's new member class
will be named in honor of Fred Jo-
nas, the lodge's vice pesident and
membership campaign chairman,
who is responsible for some 80 of
the 150 of North Shore's new en-
rollees.
Initiation team of North Shore
Lodge will conduct the rites. The
team includes Nate Glickman, Mil-
ton Mannheimer, George Baltucn,
George Berkley and Jules Israel.
Melvin Richard and Irving
Schatzman, vice presidents of
North Shore Lodge, and Miami
Beach Lodge, respectively, are
chairmen of the affair.
Popular stars oi "Written on the Wind" are reunited in a new
CinemaScope production, "The Tarnished Angela." starting
Saturday at Wometco's Carib, Miami. Miracle and Gateway-
Theatres. Rock Hudson stars with Dorothy Malone and Rob-
ert Stack (shown above) in a scene bom candidly adult drama
based on William Faulkner's controversial novel. Pylon.
Also appearing are Jack Carson and Robert Middleton in sup-
porting roles. ^_^^____________________
see it fot r*i k
Cardiac Chapter Slates Review
Miami chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
hear a book review of "The Scape-
goat," by Daphne DuMaurier.
The review will be offered by
Mrs. Robert Underwood at the
chapter's meeting Tuesday, 1 p.m.,
at Melvin Cohen Hall. 4250 W.
Flagler st.
14STZDAVS
Top Cont&nd&i F Perton
'Break the Bank1 Coffee
Sisterhood of North Dade Jewish
Center will hold a "Break the
Bank" coffee Wednesday, 10 a.m.,
at the Center. Mrs. Fred Blank,
president, announced this week.
. Sisterhood is also planning a smor-
; gasbord luncheon Jan. 22 noon at
the Center, 13630 W. Dixie hwy.
Ha Okesudum HOWl
roa
D0NT GO GLENN FORD
NEAR THE WATER
S2fc
. MICKEY
ROONEY
the FBI* PwMc Enemy
Sisterhood Party
Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish
Center held a membership party
Wednesday evening at the Center.
fORMAL RENTAL SERVICE
Men's Bey's Taxeaees I White
Dmn.r Jacket*. Special Rates
far Creeps. 540A 41st St. M.B.
J| I 2666
Do You Know...
You Can Have Your
ijbgAjapkuL flohihait
done by
\1 Each Print in Group of 3
["HUH GODFREY ROAD AT ALTON
ill for Appointment JE 2-2351
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ntismj
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NAC'GHTV
AGAIN.
'tw* r oei ec ram e)
lOlLOUfiOlO* I
THAT is i y
ClaMevfeir -d $-W-"BBOTHtS^M.tAW
THE THRIFT SHOP
of tha
Jewish Home for the Aged
offers yo" the opportunity to ae-
let ite fine old men and women
without toit to you!
SEND US ARTICLES WHICH
\OU CANNOT USE OR SELL
. euch as Furniture Linen
Ruge LampeCoetume Jewelry.
Bring to ue at
5246 MI 2nd Ave.
or call Mr. Silverman at Pt- 1-3Sf
pick-up. We are open daily
to 4:S. Cloeed Frie. A Seta
6 blackstono
flower shops
to serve yea
14 hoars
paeee JE B-1SM
flie home or
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
U.S. pet. off.
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+Je*lsiinerMton
Friday
Dade Federal Chief Views Assn.'s
Growth Since Charter 23 Years Ago
Leo Robinson, vice president
and diractor, has been a
member of Dade Federal's
board for many years. Orig-
inally from New York where
he attended Laurence Uni-
versity and New York "Law
School, Robinson has been a
Miamian since 1932. From
1936 through 1940, he was
president of American Bank
and Trust Company of Mi-
ami. He has been a vice pres-
ident of Dania Bank since
1954. His business life has
been divided between res-
taurant and hotel operation
and field of banking and
finance.





"i WANT MY MILK"
Cstab.
and be sure it's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOCtWUD
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Docro Protected
TIL FR 4-2627
Greater Miami Delivery
"Just a little over i3 years ago
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
A^sn. ot Miami was chartered by
the Federal Home Loan Bank
Board and pernvtted to open its
doors for business. We began busi-
ness in giound floor rented quar-
ters in the Congress bld&.," Joseph
Lipton. Dade Federal president,
recalled this week following the
opening of the institution's new
Edison Center branch.
"I recall well our first Tflonth's
activity. We obtaned about 175
savings account holders and three
home loan borrowers that month.
We founders of the association
little dreamed that some 23 years
later that family would keep out-
growing its successive homes. To-
day, the Dade Federal family of
; savers exceeds 60,000 and Borrow-
i ers 15,000.
"Total resources have grown
from about $75,000 at the end of
our first year of operations to a
| total of $115,000,000, and through
I this amazing growth Dade Federal
has reached a pos'tion as the 27th,
largest such institution in the na-
' lion.
"I think it's quit* a record,
end all of us here are proud of
the achievement. Of course, we
don't forget that it is due to our
own members who bring others
into our offices to open savings
accounts or borrow to buy, build,
refinance, repair or remodel
homes, that keeps us growing,"
Few businesses can point to such
amazing growth in such relatively
short period of time, "particularly
a conservative business such ns
ours must be," Lipton declared.
"And while I am extremely grate-
ful for the efforts of our efficient
personnel toward the success of
Dade Federal, I am just as positive
that it is the principle upon which
all Federal savings and loan asso-
ciations are founded, whidi is di-
rectly responsible for the long
strides we and many other associa-
tions have made."
Federal savings and loan associ-
ations have filled a definite need
of the American public. Ttiey have
made loans for home construction
easier and less expensi,v\ The
system has eliminated the red
tape, dupl'cate loans and delays
thnt formerly harassed the home
builder and thereby lowered the
cist of the loan transaction as
well, accordirr, to the Dade Fed-
eral president.
"The other need we filled was
the demand for a profitable but
safe haven for systematic savers.
As to earnings, Dade Federal
has paid its savers the highest
possible dividends, consistent
with sound, conservative pohcM.1
of safety, it can. These div.dends
have always been liberal, and us-
ually higher than those paid by
ether types of financial institu-
1 lions."
Dade Federal has paid semi-an-;
nual dividends *'nce organization^
The dividend payable Dec. 31. 1957
,is the 47th consecutive dividend
i paid bv the association. As to safe-,,
tv. the savings of every saver is
Insured up to $10,000 by the Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Insurance-
Corporation, an instrumentality of
the government of the Cnited
States. But, this protection is also
liberal. A husband and wife or a
family with children may secure
protection for savings in much
greater amounts than $10,000.
"I reiterate my opinion that, be-
cause of the services available
through our association, econom-
ical home loan policies and attrac-
tive dividend policiesour organi-,
zation can't help but outgrow its
facilities as the years go by." Lip-
ton declared.
"In the new home for our Edison
Center branch office at 5800 NW
7th ave. we have made allowances
for further growth and progress.
We have incorporated everything
necessary to provide safety, con-
venience, efficiency and comfort
to the folks we serve in that area.
And we have endeavored to make
our newest building as handsome
and as distinctive as possible. We
like Edison Center, its adjacent
communities and the people who
live there. We want them to like
us."
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CREAMY KERNELS
l OKfcwhoat Octra) -
I are protestvrtch. lets tenoning Zettfui
I nutlike nevoi Of 100% real buckwtiMt.
I For tempting, delightful ways to serve this
I Old Wodd favorite, writ* foi my ft new
Buckwheat Cook Book to
Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yen. New torti
i omciouj nutritious netim i_
I Altoenloy WOLFF'S BROWN BUCKWHtAl CROATS
i protein-rtcti Kasha with roasted nuWke fleve*
ON SALE AT
STEVENS MARKET
LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES. Exclueivo Diitnbutar,
1050 E. 17h STREET. HIALEAH, FLA. PHONE TU 7.1571
MHOUS HUllllt

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SINAI kOSIlfP 1TAI COB*
IT'S Mot bet* DAY
IN MIAMI!
SNACKS SUPREME FOR
YOUNG /? .
Jmm
>vith HOLSUM
SERVE HOLSUM PREMIUM
QUALITY* Bread for quick,
lasting energy. Full of vita-
mins, minerals and good
taste. ServeHolstun today.
Enjoy a holiday evtry day-whh Mother's
quality foods-ready to urv* for quick,
mouth-watering mea/j.
/Mother^
OLD-FASHIONED KOSHER. PAREVE
GEFILTE FISH
QWAiitf (omiouii.
l-IOt A.O.. Hi,,,.
k'IOMll
SERVE
IT WITH
Holsum Bread
I HOLSUM UNtfKO lAKBS
OLD-FASHIONED KOSHER. PAREVE
BOR8CHT
rpAREVE KOSHER ( /7
MARGARINE
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It's the reof thing ...
a delicious old-world
taste treat, high in
proteins, low in
calories. In golden
JELLED broth for those
who like it aspic-style.
Alto in golden
LIQUID broth for
the "chalah dippers."
On* mothar 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 Another's
cheerful green and
yellow label.
At lastl A fine, smooth
pareve margarine
that's strictly Kosher
for BOTH meat or dairy
dishes. Perfect for
baking, frying, broiling
... for basting meats
and poultry... for
spreading on bread,
toast, baked potatoes,
corn-on-the-cob.
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)ar
JHi
' r,
I
IKK KABM
les. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Guberman. 8351 SW
ler.. will become Bar
ih Saturday morninq.
1. at Coral Way Jewish
Moms Newraark will
le. Charles will con-
Friday nigh! services at
1 Miami Junior High
Ft Touch' Goes
Final Week
lonng the magic touch of
I director George Abbott, "A
fich, starring Loring Smith
an Stapleton, goes into the
wk of its world premiere
l\ G*oy* Playhouse engage-
Monday. Written by Claude
and Mac Edwards, the
nmcdy is set in a hospital
I Maff is frequently undisting-
"c* from tt looniest patients.
r9e S. Eocjle, ownar of the
K"1*- '" brin many I
??* o hi. thaatr. within '
rthcoming months, with tho
t,0n sbHtliJn, the Coco-
frov* ''"yhoos. of
lountry, important try-out
J n,xl n(,w Play on the Play-
agenda is Herschel Williams'
? *? cndy." scheduled
"-ntation in March.
Hebrew High Boy
Is Bar Mitzvah
At Beth David
RaiaM^Mi
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services, Jan. 11, of Beth David
CongreRation. Rabbi Yaakov Ros
enberg will officiate, with Cantor
Wiliwm^upwn-reiidcring the mus-
ical portions of the liturgy.
_ JackJS,,he son of Mr a"d Mrs.
Saul Rabin.. 1258 SW 13th m
Miami. Mr Rabin is education di-
rector of the Beth David religious
school.
The Bar Mitzvah attends eighth
grade at Shenandoah Junior High
and is a student at Hebrew High
School here.
Mr. and Mrs. Rabin will be hosts
t Kiddush in honor of their son
at the conclusion of the Bar Mitz-
vah ceremony.
Out-of-town guests will include
Jack s paternal grandmother, Mrs
Anna Rabin, of the Bronx, N.Y.
Opera Tickets
Now Available
Main ticket office for the Miami
Opera Guilds productions of
Aids" and "TWa"' are now open
on the third floor of Burdincs
i Guild director Dr. Arturo di FiliD-
pi said.
Tickets for three performances
of Aida starring George London.
Lucine Amsra, Kurt Baum and
Jean Madeira, of the Metropolitan
Opera, may be purchased there.
Aida will be presented in Dad*
County auditorium Jan. 27 and
Feb. l, n4 at the Miami teach
auditorium Jan. 2t.
"We have a number of opening
night seats available in the bal-
cony where dress is optional," di
Filippi said.
"There are some good seats left
on the main floor and a lew seats
in the mezzanine sod orchestra
section for the second and third
perform a noes," he added.
The ticket booth will remain
open every day through Feb. 22.
Barry Slotkin
Bar Mitzvah
Barry Elliot Slotkin will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Jan. 11, at Beth El Congregation.
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will of-
ficiate.
Barry is the son of Mr and Mrs.
Samuel Slotkin, of Miami. He is
a ninth grade siu^ent at Shenan-
doah Junior High ami has attended
Beth El religious school for the
past three years.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Knaiger. of
Manchester. Nil., and Mrs. Leah
Slotkin. of Philadelphia. Pa., are
his grandparents, who will attend
the Bar Mitzvah.
9-B
Mcnaker Bar Mitzvah
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Menaker, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Saturday morning ser-
vices cf Temple Emanu-EI. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will officiate. Rob-
ert is an eighth grade student at
Miami Beach Junior High School
and at'ends the Temple Emanu-EI
relieious school.
PRACTICAL NURSE
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BAKKY SLOTKIM
Carolyn, daughter of Mrs.
Natalie Gray, will become
Bas Mitzvah al Temple
Emanu-EI at Saturday morn-
ing service*. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Carolyn
is an eighth grade student at
Miami Beach Junior High
and attend* Temple Emarru-
El religious school.
Junior Hadassah Meeting
Miami Beach chapter of Junior
Hadassah was to hold a meeting
at Temple manu-El religious
school Thursday. Miss Mildred
Sendel is membership chairman.
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consultant to SAC, one of 14 men
selected from throughout the Uni-
ted States. He was publicity di-
rector ol the Tmru ax.u) 4ttu CJ1J.
ted States Constabulary in Europe
in 1946 and 1947. He is a member
rf the Miami public relations lirm
of Schwartz and Rundcll.
Hialeah Sisterhood Plans
Monthly Luncheon Tuesday
Monthly luncheon of the Sister-
hood of Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center will be held at the
Center Tuesday noon. Mrs. David
Ziperson is chairman. In charge of
reservations is Mrs. Jack Brower.
Cancer Unit to Mt
Royal Palm Unit Woman's Corps
of the Cancer Institute of Miami
will meet Tuesday noon at the Sea
Gull hotel.
Middleaded Woman
WANTS JOB
to take cm-* of costal*. Kosher. LWt
n. ReasenoeR Alto Boby Sitting.
Colt JE 1-2309
PRACTICAL NURSK
Will hove oat patient in her home.
| Privet* room, special core and diet.
Call between IS-12 or 5 7.
Jt 2-2208
1 <-aaBe*]
Business Woman
WILL SHARE
her bedroom apartment with lady
for the season. JEffersoa 8-0675.
Trained Medical Attendant
WILL PROVIDE CONSTANT CARE
. companionship for elderly gentle-
man or invalid. Live in or out.
Rhone Morris. NE 3-23*8.
"Broadumy'i Bet Musical, Under A Tent'
Don'l Mia. Miami! New Musical Treat
"THE
PA*AMA GAME"
Imodwoy't Gayest Musical Comedy
itb a brilliant New Y*rk Cost
JAN. 16 THRU JAN. 26
PREMIERE PERFORMANCE
Thursdoy, January 16
KM". VAIfETY CHILDREN'S HOSrVlAl FUND
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Friday. January 10, I9$j
Religious Directory
.
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
Orthodox. Rbbi Isaac Ever.
:>

m
ANSHE EMES. HM SW 19th
ave. Cantor Morris Zimmerman.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
brg. Cantor William W, Lioson.
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CANDLELIGHMG TIM
18 Teveth 5:28 pjn.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
BETH EL. S:* SW 17th eve. Or-
fhodoa. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky.
-
HOLLYWOOD
1725 Monroe sf.,
ervative. Rabbi
BETH SHOLEM
Hollywood. Con-
Samual Laror.
.Mr ai
'
M. DAVID ANDI0H
BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
ie. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
He'on. Cantor Hyman Fain.


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.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott
nan.



BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurica Mamches.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Consarv-
ativa. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yahudah Hailbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. J198 SW
24th tar. Consarvativa. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
FYMa
. -

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lahr-
field. Cantor Abraham Saif.
. r-1
Thr 1 II-
-
Dr. Andron Opens
Luncheon Series
Israel Histadrul ittee of
Greater Miami will h-ld the first
in a ;. luncheon
r.oon at the Ra-
year thai I
being
lie! Lews
president, said this
Principal speaker at the 1951
season opener will be Dr. David
Andron, noted hoteiman here,
long prominent in Miami civic,
religious and educational affairs.
Founder of the Hebrew Academy ... MONTICELLO PARK. 164th it.
and its r for seven COtuec- -. *nd NE "*n ov*" C8n*ervetive.
utive years. Dr Andron is cur TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava. Rabbi Isaac Larar. Cantor Jacob
rentljf prt-ident of the Miami r1ho6c*- ** Joseph E. Rackov- Goldfarb.
Beach Zionist District. lky-
I-rael Hii Committee ex- -
ecutive director Mohe Berman
said the lunebeon series will con-
tinue each Monday noon at the Ra Consarvativa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ava. Liberal. **>! Leon
Krenish. Center David Cenviser.
'
.hSK-n ..I l.!.
i .tit- :i ;
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ava. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Raich.
i i.

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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREAT-
ER MIAMI. 137 NE 19th st. Re-
form. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Cantor
Jarob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
The A


:
M Sylvia
erected at 80th st. and Tetun,,
wav.
Friday t:tl p.m. at -,,
Hall HiMt >plrltii.il .
.ih\ Shiipiio tu-rm.in
a I m II
a
TEMPLE SINAI of North Mi,
131st St. end N.E. 6th
form. Rabbi tonne M. Walleta,
y i id
"' ""' i'S'
Max
Pound, r
-..n ..f Mr mill Mv.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd
iva. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Backer.
rr.. -.
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...
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Betele
Kelemer.
Km!.

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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
leigh thro winter season 'r
____________
New Members
To be Installed
More than 50 new members of
m Lodge of B'nai B'nth srill
be inducted at a mass initiation
evening at Beth
David auditorium.
Bernard Kewmark, membership
chairman, i, in charge of the even-
ing '> isted in the initi-
ation by officers of the lodge.
Details of the Sholem Lodge 33rd
anniversary ball arranzed for Feb.
23 at the Deauville hotel will be
revealed by to chairmen Sidnev
Palmer. Robert .1. Lewison. and
Bernard Newmark.
.. s. h
> i .m K..r
nan
a e
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 18160 NW 2nd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwit-
man.

"

FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Mur
ray A. A Met.
Irv.
nj-H
" -
tin li|.-k
a &
Unveiling Services
in Memory of
RABBI
JOSEPH WALDMAN
will be held on
JANUARY 12th
at 2:00 p.m.
"t MT. SINAI
MEMORIAL CEMETERY
1125 N.W. 137th St.
FT. L/UDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
Me. Reform. Rabbi Maries Ran-
son. <

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th LiSffTfi! C=NT-
st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander V ,L {.8,h Con*"vative. Rab-
Srosa. Dl Abraham Lev.ten.
Wdaj .;............ | ,.
Mindlm -v. live i .ii.. i of Tl
I-h rToridlnn Tonl. : "Tlii
in.-x Shabb \|..
l'-.|>h Labell .-n.l M rrnti
lav ti uni. .-'.:, U.-.kh
Pi rtion
a a
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi '
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice1
New.
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NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
frMajr.8:13 p.m Ren on Patch In 1
" '^ Wee* Portion "
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER, i
715 Washington ave.
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN !
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M. '
Baumgard.
I-Vi.i;,- i is ,, m. al Merrli h
.-h-ni Tn iplr.i '
HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Leo Heim.
WThi i I.
O
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Ith St., Homestead. Conservative.
r~'s Garti officiates.
I Miami Hebrew Book Store
15S5 W.ahmgton Av.
Miami Beach je S-3S40
Hebr.w Rel.g.ou, Suppl,et ,0P
synegogu.,. Sch00li Klse;ftfo;
ISRAEL. 4 DOMEST.C GIFTS
--........,.____
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
311 Washington Ave., M B.
Rhone.: JE 82205 JE ,.,W
MuncM. mum "
RELIGIOUS STORE
-.a'5 b":schh,ngton *vf
TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17
st. Conservative. Rabbi AM
Wexmen.
Ir|.l.i> :JO p.m. Oasillim ...
If Saturrtey a.m. It, -
van: KHMt. win of jlr. unit
ih.irl.-i. Mldwrxxl.
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TIFERETH 'ISRAEL. 6500
Miami ave. Conservative R,
Abraham Harson. Cantor AN
Giants.
KrM b m. Berniue
ina a N.-w vrorli Sniiir.i., ,
PI u>iiy Tons
i loughta.*1
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 1
ave. American Judaism.
Abraham Cassal.
e e
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER.
Zamora ave. Conservative. Ra
B. Leon Hurwits. Cantor Rue
Brill.
KrMav >.!:. p.m. *rm..n
mi I II..h HatiinUx
. M / .h llarr). nun
n S. Inter.
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FLORIDA'S LARGEST JEWISH CHAPEL
HELLMAN
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SERVING ALL OP DADE COUNTY
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MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
1743 By Rad nr. Dade Boulevard
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ot
ititarics
JrsjjAMIN J. *.TR"ET
\! ii-.illi-i dr., filed Jan. 3.
. 1i.1lfl.Mi Num.. I Mi
> he w a roaldenl h
. ore In dude mi- If. .
inI his eon. Mm ml Reach at-
.. Stieel, hiiii (u grand-
were Jan n| RJv-
Memorlal Chapel, with
'hlladrlphla.
REQINA BAUMOARTEN
All. I Ik..II MV..........hi 4
nt here ''i VeiW. ahe Ib Hur-
her himhand. Max. Mi ,
J.. ii. !... and Main Ire; anil
lighters, Mm Gertrude War-
li \ nn Telcher and I
lobelia. Service! wore In Chl-
th \|.wtiian-l*>r.l..ri ;-..
bate of loi-al a ri anffemeota
(EVMOUR EMRINS
'ilia a\f riled Iaji. 4.
,.f the I. Miller Shoe <" aa i i.--i ..em ,i, 11
rilvina; aie hl I li Mrs. Bather Kay and
Maria throe brothers]
.... u and Hohert: and sla-
in.l.n Kskln. Barvloea were
lOnrdon Funeral Home, nlih
I.Ml Nebo iVni. I. i |
SOPHIA ROSENTHAL
' i h nctoa ii v.-. i..i jHn :.
ii >mub, ilia la Hnr-
"I1S. Ia>ll It'lSH. Ill'll
Ron and Haul Roaenthal;
yen grandchildren and iwu
III. 'iil.li S. n I.-cm ....
Rlveralda-Beach Memorial
liih hurial In Alt. Nebo <>m-
hla mother. Ann; and three l.r.ih .
^oludlni T. .,nd Chart
St <.f^!l8-.LNA DAQOTINO
m.n i.-. ,i|^| ,.,_ ..
rnnK':::i!;r""-h"- -'.-
IRS. ROSE HONIQ
Meridian ivt,, died Jan i.
' Iwo run, she la nnr-
r husband, Abraham, and
lanuel s.rvl.e* rara Jen. :,
Id* Reach Memorial Chapel,
I' Ml. Nebo ffmit
MRS. LLA DICHMAN
winter vfaltor her.- f,,r M ,, ,.,. hA
I.....'""vad by her huabnndTVramV
Ira Batella Mavis; twn slaters and a
wl'th^' A2JS "'" '" Y -k
rr-n'M^'n^^gH-'rb> '"-
MRS. RAULINE SCHARFF
j.of HI WRr ftd at., died j i A
re.ldent here |l years, she had n o to.
oal .u.vluii,. Service, were Jai
BENJAMIN KAUFFMAN
*i;1*L1? We"' V*.. died Jan 1. A
[tired sheet metal worker, h.- ivas ,
raaldenl her- a|, ,,, srV|viK rp
I aul. Seil... and burUJ *.,-, | ,..
m'r.,,'i'':-i *".'', ""-..Ide-Remh Me-
morl.il Oiai-el |n ohre of local ar-
ranm-mentB. "* Mr
M of 4|Ri CLARA SOLOMON
l>" hi, hand ,. U"lvl,,a an
awnsairt
1 IB
HRMAN ROSENBERG
'.:.,,v.,.':;h:"1;""- '"V.
'"MmonTaeV/r'siS:
Beoc^i Federal Opens New Building;
Features Modern Design. Services
Open for bussiness last wm.i> .^no _____ .
, ..... rui
local rrana-e mantii
T:...r^,?^;^viMr^D, !
Open for bussiness last week was
the new South Shore Branch of
Miami Beach Federal Savings
and Loan Assn. at 6th st.and Wash-
ington ave.
The building is the particular
pride of manager Marcus O. Saro-
kin, who six years ago opened the
association's branch in its former
quarters, 665 Washington ave.
Tha new JlM,00.p|ot bwlW-
tha Writ am, btnirmt
srroctura built on Miami Beech's
3EOROE NORRIS
\ Shore dr ill, ,1 .|.in -i
f e 41 yeai. h.- wa* ,i
I I us with the fllv
J K.H t. n inn
W "> l.lKhthouae for
beaob .m hl.~ dayi
rei h lt
M i Hea.h Police llenev-
lie la JnrvKe.1 b] his
a rtnna-hter. Pelo \i ,.
MRS. ANNA MILLER
::.. of MOO CMMm v..., CM Jan. t a
rormer re.ld.nt of Miami for 1* ..,,-
S'ri,"" va,j,|lnlnc here fr.., \,
R:Hth 11, !',' "2" Hl'"v* ,n B'""
,,.',"?. an*' '" "' Roae Sl.ovll.h lt.--
iief Hpclaty. sumlvora Include t ...
?{"""h!rrr,-. Mra Roaiily,, Mill, r ., ,l
Mra. Mlth l^ind: three Meter* ami
our h.i.the.a. Servhe, am.
WSL^JiV .Taff- w,,h Hellman
mem?LHa?ir '" *"*" "'
JOSEPH PERLSTEIN
It, ..f MS 71th m dtad .Ian |. \ .|.
deni ben rive roar- h- Ib survived
vice. ,,, 1.,,, t ,| hk ,n Briajkl n
,wl," Memorial.ha-
pel In .hara. of local armnaen,.-.,,,
Dan Holel
Aviv, Israel
Arcadia Holel
Accadia Beoch, Israel
FOLKS.
fe--^, v!2,th* DAN.HOTEL to *wntown T.1
[fl, i"***"* r~t at thB na^w ACCADIA HOTEL
U enjoyed the wondawful .uruhlriB and bathina and
Jytm itaute. from Tel Ariv. Th. s^Tand
if JorTth H 5 ,HOTELS TOPS! AU Tou" 1^
[y from th. Hbtob so U Is ysry conronlant for us.
^Avi^. rhM* 79,m f0" n^yin City Lite
^AviT. is a grand place for meeting your American
^DlA*f!or>U raak* TUr '**rTatIon DAN or
Best Regards,
Rose and Harry
'. or. .irK^rt/,.^ SM pflHS. ^ ^ ^ ^
^S ^'i?.terhl^ev
nd .la, lwr.. In New V..II, \ h
Rlvandd. -ii.,, i, Memorial ',,...
Bkarsa of local ajftnsanSwta. .....
......, -NfA,1iHAN BRICKSTE.N
"'. "f ..G II.I, R| ,h,,, ,,,., ,,,
cnt hen- yeara. he leay- two
S"-'1"; *n. in........., m;\"
i', v. y ,Sf-'V''-M,i buriaj u,.,,r
in Vw York, with RJvervlde-Reach
Memorial Phapel hi >h..re ..f r
niriK. in. in- |.ally ar-
MRS. ROSE GROSS
, of tt BucMd m., dlidDac. 10 -x
ed ,'y h ,'"," ",""' -"-'-
H ) bar hii.l..i,]. .loaeuli; ;1 KO
brother, iwo alatera .....i ....,.,,
JTandehUdren. Service" u.,. !"/',"
at kim-i.i.-i:...,, i, Memorial Chapel.
MRS. JEAN F. WINER
j*. ..f mi Ra< dr., died Be
vu"Jr".'vhrr" [iv", vnn *
v "' laband, Morrta: thrf*
...... Irwln. R..i, ,d Melvln: thr.."
- 'i I ., Mater S...VK..S u..,..
; York, with Newman-a .rdo
HARRY FINKEL
- of IM i"..iiin ave., died Dm "l \
. JLvi. V"'"" "" w "- he waa
a r. iirad tranaportal........
^rvi^T ?fv""' .,."'K'"' Tranaimrtatlon
S.TMr,.f v.. ,.,,,,, r,, ,,, V->> Vrk
i its ..ml was itiemlM ..f lh. w .. k
ftlUfc-ilTl* s,"v|v' r- hi. wire,
liertha. fout i..n .'.re, da
three l.rothera and one Mater, S.
Hellman Knnorai Home in cnarca ol
MRS. ANNIE K~WARNER
p. of III |-.,h at died I.-,-. 14 A wln-
ler Maltor hara for II v.,,r,. ,. Ieilve,
iT,.^ w" r'~ ",rt J*pn: tw.,
i\ Vf. ^-?', ^,,!- K-,hrr A"n "'l Mr
Hetty Hteinberr: and three h.othera.
Servi.se. were In Newark, with New-
man-i.o.don Mmeril Mom. charre
of local arranitcnienta.
BeHrs ra'aarnDTance^ ttVit't
pararrt boildlrva, the main Miami
esen Federal office at Lincoln
and Wash ins ton.
A storyand a-half hfch. the
structure, fronting for 100 feet
along Washineton a"., has iacarlc
of glass panels alternating with
panels of aqua-colored glazed tile.
The structural columns are cover-
ed with black ceramic mosaic tile
The interior of the building has
an open arrangement designed to
make it easy for inconvng custom-
ers to know just where to go to
transact their business. There is a
15 minute free parking for cus-
tomers at the Washington ave. en-
trance Directly across from this
entrance, at the rear of the build-
ing, is a canopied entrance from
the landscaped customers' parking
A desk is located in front of
aithnr entrance, where the cus-
tomar can stop to fill out his
withdrawal or addition $lip, after
which a faw (taps take him to
one of the 12 tellers' cages. Thero
n not only stand-up desks, but
also sit-down desks, or tables,
for the customers who prefer
them. The safe deposit area,
which opens off tha public area,
contains seven comfortable
booths.
This des'gn-for-customer^ease is
the particular pride of manager
Sarokin, a vice president of the
association. He and his staff make
it a point (o maintain personal,
friendly relationships with all cus
nyr less than 100 a monthin
several languages.
He hopes that the handsome new
structure will be the forerunner of
a burst of new construction in the
area, and points out that the area
south of 12th st. has been gaining
momentum in the last five years.
look Review Heard
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein reviewed
Mr. Baruch," by Margaret Coit,
Seuth Shore In ek. i.- *T Ddrucn- W Margaret Coit,
^UnT^UUL? Miami.Beach
napfeT or HaflaTsah Monday after-
loon at the Algiers hotel. Proceeds
ire for vocational education and
raining in Israel. Mrs. Meyer
Golden was in charge of the event.
LEGAL NOTICE
lr,^,N2TICE UNDER
v.i-im ?,T,TlOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRHBY fJIVKN tha
i...inn"'"""*:"'' dealrlns lo ..,.
V v'.'^v ','","' l,, "' '".....- i"m. of
r> "U1-"4 a""" ,:'""'. M'""i
Ha. Inteada ... ,
nId nam- with th.- f|. ik of the
ult t ourl of Dade rountj, Klorlda
i/ie.,T-M.fi. MILTON "AISAM
:;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMe LAW
N'Ti.-i: is HERF.BY fJIVKN that
the underaMned, dealrina to em
l.iisin. -s iin.ie, ihe fl.tltlour name ..f
U I.>.,,.. TRAIUCR PARK at isol
. '',l ** In-
tend, to rellatei -., ,, ,,, aril
CoU?,y?frArkU,P*.....'..... '' '
MAX R HtUVuT"* HOOMJIAN
Atto net for Applicant

IT'S
FUN
EXCITING
REWARDING!
and
YOU ARE INVITED -
OMET RICE QUIZ"
[DAT, JANUARY 10th, at 10 A.M.
B- Thrifty Market
1753 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
LOUIS WOLFSON
. of Mi ppjp is/, M ,,,,.,, ,1(.(. .,,
a victim of the lv,.. || ac.-ldeii't "in
downtown Miami A retired carpenter,
he Is survived by hla wife, t.llllan: two
aneu. Brie and Stephen: five brother!
anil a ai.t.-r Rafvlcea were In Roeton
Wftb i^rdon r"nneral Home In rharae
of local arranaenienta.
LYMAN JACOBS
<. of IN s Blaoayne Hiy.-r dr. died
lv. a. A reaMent here eluht veara,
he la aun-lved hy a niece, Mrs Relle
Kamlna. Services were H.. ^!l at
Rtvi-ralrte I'ea.-h .', ,,.|
with burial In ML sin.,i Oamatery,
MRS. SARAH SHERMAN
Tn. of Ml Perinaylvanla ave., died Dor
3J. A wlnt.i vlaltor here for mam
veera, ahe leave, i, h labaml,
Harvleaa and burial were In Itrooklvn
with local nrraneiii.-iiis In Hellnian
runer.it Home
JACOB COHEN
, of M14 \t. ni .in ave., died I
A resident here -'" ..;.r-, h.- leavei two
"""' Hen-% an I I ...;,
a rramlchlld Rervlcea wer I >.. 'i at
Rlreralde Iteaoh Memorial rhi.....I
with burial in Ml > .,
',N.^THECIRC0IT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
CHANCAEREV.COUNTY- FLONrjo;,i}
HAN r.....:\ '"""
ilf.
RKRNARIl M SHOTKIN and
HOARD OP TRADE .
' ... |..,i al on
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
Tou, BERNARD .M HHOTKIN I
I-1 m:I' "I- TH \i.k I lot d
lion. ..II wh i.i.ii..., I,,,.
requh .! ... file >...ir an -
lo the credltoi bill Ith tha
Clark ol tha ,.i.>.. fourl and
' '" n ..' i|m ii ii.-i man I 'ohi
Attornaj ISes ("oni..... Hulldlna Mi-
ami .:; I......la, on 01 i>. mrv
' : i,,|| |||
[' '- ..nf..ss..d Dat.-d I. mu. ii v-
tomers: In factV they do as" 'much (J,|? ,; ,: VT,,1,ht,M,^
I. A rLBARE, Deputi Clerk
of the actual work for them as
possible filling out forms, offer-
ing notary public services, free
bank money orders, payments of
electric and gas bills, free postage
both ways In mail transactions
even free letter writing.
Sarokin says that his staff of
?our girls writes several hun-
dred letters a month for the pa-
trons in the busiest season, and
1 l-i;-.'i-ii.
and
>ADCAST EVERY SATURDAY
9:30 A.M.
on
10
WGBS
RADIO
23 Sophs Named
For Hurricane Race
Twcnlylhree three-year olds, in
eluding the winners of both divis-
ions of the Allij-ator Handicap, have
been nominated for the $20,000
added Hurricane Handicap which
will feature the closing day pro-
gram at Tropical Park Thursday,
Jan. 16.
Heading Ihe list announced this
.week by racing secretary Francis
P. Dunne u-c Willow Brook Stable's
| First Fair and J S. Kroeses Sir
i Robby, winners of their respective
divisions of last month's Alligator.
the final two-year old stakes event
of 157. Like the Alligator, the
Hurricane is at 1 1 16 miles.
DELICIOUS REFRESHING
SO GOOD WITH FOOD I
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO A I.I. TO WHOM THBHK PRKS.
K.NTH MIAI.I I'OMK, fJREKTIXflS:
whereai PRANf'RH HERDER Ml-
VMI REACH. KM.Itll.A. \v i: ih:k-
lER. MIWII REACH, n.< >l!l|.v
sAMI EL HERDER, Ml VMI REACH.
KLORIDA did ,.n th.- Ith dav of IV-
leinher. A l> IS5S, i tuna lo I., iii ... -
poiated under the provlalona of Chap-
"' "' st itutes i'.::,-r.x",
CAUAM DRIVE. INC porp.
with its principal place <>f buain.
MIAMI BEACH DADE COO
I In tha Stall of not ii. and a hi
the etorkbolderi of .uoh rori>orutlon
did .,.i fhe isi dai of Jan i i
... he filed In the offli ..f
the ,,r
Hoi Ida. Onnaenl ..r all the -
holder, undi i the provb>lona ...
i |ui|.i. r .'."v. El n,, nc
i solution of -" h .... i.... .in..n
\..- therefore, the ,.f
Stall
and i'mi i .- i- -:,!.si...| ii..,i
' law ha
ll.-.l w i- I,
IN WITNKss w HCItrXll I
. hand an
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of KloridH. al Tallahass,..., ||,
ihis il...
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BUY A LOT MOW Only $199
$f) DOWN $5 A MONTH
(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
NO INTEREST OR TAXES DURING
UFE OF C0CTRACT. ACT NOW!
10% Off For Cash Title Insurance
Prudential
Land Company
RM. 807 01YMPIA BIOG., MIAMI, FIA.
THIS PRICE Will BE $299 AFTER JAN. 15th



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