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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 JEWISH MUTT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 32 Number 4
Miami. Florida, Friday, January 24, 1958
Price 20*
r#W Worrf/f' Koivffo Want Jews, Negroes Ousted from US
YORK (JTA) Seven youths, members of a
rhich organized itself under the name "United Nor-
i" 4er the penysae ot emulating 'fitter's
theoriesand whose leader preached the deporta-
all American Jews to Israel and all Negroes to
-were in jail here this week unable to raise bail and
(heavy prison sentences on a variety of charges.
ere arrested after it was established that they plan-
[ rob a New York bank to raise a $40,000 treasury.
Mice were hunting for "hundreds" of other alleged
rr- of the two-month-old organization formed to
and purify all the Nordic peoples of the race."
George Lcggett, 21 year-old leader of the gang, boasted
that there were more members at large and that they
would carry on Leggett used the Prussian alias ot George
von Lichter in the organization which be commanded.
When police rounded up the nine gang members dur-
ing the weekend thoy also picked up an arsenal of three
22 caliber rifles end It knifes, bayonets and daggers, in-
cluding ene official Nazi dagger with a swastika on me
hilt. They also found a detailed map of the Keiw Gardens
branch of the Chase National Bank which the gang was
planning to held up. The money was to bt used to open
a Nazi-like camp "upstate ssmawhoeo."
Ay the -time 4he seven older members of the United
Nordic Confederation were arraigned here, they were fac-
ing a variety of charges including violation of the Sullivan
Law for possession of the weapons, burglary charges for
breaking into an apartment which they used as head-
quarters, felonious assault of several members who. broke
away from the gang and conspiracy to rob the bank.
In tbe absence of $2,000 to $9,000 in' bail, the seven
were sent to jail. Twi 15-year-olds were to be arraigned
Continued on Page 4 A
ten. Romulo to Kick Off CJA Drive
DONT DO WHAT THEY SAY
-G Note to Bulganin
fill Stress Soviets
\tand Against Israel
IRUSALEM (JTA) The contents of Premier David Ben-
's reply to Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin's note to Israel on
rid peace issue were forecast in the press here Tuesday. The
vas approved by tbe cabinet Monday and will be handed to the
Ambassador in Israel within tbe week.
tarn Leftists
rom Contact
fith Embassy
lU.'SALEM(JTA> Leaders
leftist parties in Israel were
notice Wednesday that it
(contacts with the Soviet Em-
go beyond the usual courle-
thcy will not be absolved of
Dnsibility."
warning was voiced by Is-
Foreign Minister Gold a Meir
Knesset in answer to a ques-
n contact which Soviet Em-
people here are making
public figures, particularly
leaders of the leftist groups.
Meir said that the Israel
rnment places no limitations
m h contacts. She emphasized^
is the regular practice in
rratic countries to permit
^< i with foreign embassies.
vever, ahe expressed the
mat these contacts would
[go beyond the usual courte-
Continwed en Page 2A
The seta was ene of a tones
sent by the Soviet Union to West-
ern and pro-West governments on
the eve of the North Atlantic
Treaty conference in Paris as a
means of capturing the NATO
peace offensive.
According to reports in the Is-
raeli press, the Ben-Gurion reply
will express its "constructive atti-
tude" toward the Soviet Premier's
world peace suggestions and sup
port of his lofty principles. It will,
however, stress the wide ^iifer-
ence between the principles of the
USSR and Arab statss friendly to
it, and their actions in the past in
the Middle East.
Among other points, the Ben-
Gurion letter will underline that
while the USSR expresses sup-
pert of the territorial integrity
of all nations, Israel's Arab
neighbors deny Israel's vary
ot existence.
Philippine Ambassador Will
Be Speaker at Inaugural
Dinner Fete Here Feb. 2
Philippine Ambassador to the United States Sen. Carlos P. Romulo
will be guest of honor at an inaugural dinn-r launching the 1958 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Joining Ambassador Ro.nulo on the Honor ros-
trum will be national United Jewish Appeal chairman Sol Luckman.
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign chairman Dr. Morris Goodman
said this week that a capacity attendance is expected at the inaugural
rcheduled for Sunday evening, Feb. 2, at the Fontainebleau hotel.
-------
The inaugural dinner will set
0fN. CAMOS P. MOMULO
. key role
oti the opening gun for a full
month's intensive activity on all
fronts in an effort to scbieve a $2
While the Soviet Union calls for
abandonment of force as an in-
strument for settling international
disputes, the Israeli note will state,
the Arab countries have for the
past ten years been using force
against Israel, openly declaring
that they intend to use the arms
they receive to make war on Is-
rael.
UN Airs Jordan Complaint
Against Forest Project
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONS The long-standing Jordanian complaint
against Israel's afforestation project in the Jerusalem area was to be
taken up by the United Nations Security Council Wednesday. Mean-
while, the British and United States delegations Tuesday presented a
joint resolution for Wednesday's meeting, calling for the following steps:
o The afforestation work should* -
be suspended until the Jordan-
Israel Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion has made a survey limited
to two months of civilian ac-
tivities in the zone.
o The chief of the United Na-
tions Truce Organization should
be directed by the Securiv r0nn-
cil to regulate activities within the
zone embracing Israel's alforesla-
tion area.
o The chief of the UN truce
body should also be instructed to
direct Israel not to use Arab-
Conttnwed en
2A
}NE DESECRATED MEUGQUS tDtHWICATION SQUASHED .
wish Leaders Testify Before UN
JNITED NATIONS -^
presentatives of major world
fish organizations testified
week on anti-Jewish discrim-
Uon in a number of countries
[hearings now being held here
a subcommission of the Unit-
Nations Commission on Hu-
fn Rights, which is discussing
study on religious rights and
^ctices.
lie Jewish representatives
charged that 20.000 Jewish or-
phans, survivors of families an-
nihilated by the Nssis, are being
brought up as Christians. They
also referred to the suppression
of Jewish culture in certain
states, but without naming the
Soviet Union directly. They
charged that Jordan has dese-
crated Jewish shrines. They de-
manded that the United Nations
take immediate positive steps to
eliminate such persecutions.
Appearing before the UN
body were Moses Moskowiti,
representing the Comdtative
Council of Jewish Organiiatiom
_ a group composed Jf the
American Jewish Committee,
Alliance Israelite Universesle
end the Anglo-Jewish Ann
end Dr. Isaac Lewin, represen-
Continued en Page A
Extradition OK:
Supreme Court
WASHINGTON(JTA)The Su-
preme Court Monday ordered an.
extradition hearing for Andrija
Artukovic, Yugoslavian Nazi col-
laborator, to determine if he
should be deported to Yugoslavia
to face trials for responsibility in
the murder of many thousands of
Jews and other people. The Su-
preme Court vote was seven to
two.
Artukovic, ss Minister of Interi-
or of the Nezi puppet stste of Cro-
atis, implemented the Hitler ex-
termination program to the degree
that he was listed as a war crim-
inal. After World War II, he was
found to have escaped and had
taken up residence in California.
He won a ruling in that state
against deportation on the grounds
that his crimes were political and
therefore not extraditable under
the treaty.
Yugoslavia appealed for a re-
view by the Supreme Court. The
Monday ruling indicates accept-
ance of a Justice Department
Continued en Page 6 A
million plus goal for Greater Mi-
ami's six local CJA affiliates, as
well as for 30 national and over-
seas causes and the State of Is-
rael.
One of the leading statesmen of
the free world and an outstanding
orator. Gen. Romulo was president
cf the UN General Assembly 1949-
1950. He has played a key role in
the great international conferenc-
es of the postwar era, including
many involving the relief and re-
habilitation of rcfu.ees throughout
the globe. In 1952 and 1953. he was
nominated for the Nobel Peaco
Prize.
Gen. Romulo, who has been
a leader of his people for more
than 2fl years, served as Philip-
pine Secretary for Foreign Af-
fairs, 1SSS-52. He was in the Phil-
ippine War Cabinet, served as
Continued on Page 6 A
Israel Army Chief of Staff
Maj. Gen. Moshe Dayan left
Paris Monday alter a five-
day "private stay" in French
capital. During visit, Gen.
Dayan met unofficially with
Gen. P. Ely, French Chief of
Staff," and Maurice Bourgee
Manoury, former Premier and
Defense Minister.(JTA)


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UN Views Jordan Afforestation Complaint;
U.S. and Britain Offer Joint Resolution
Continued from Page 1 A
owned properties, while Arabs
re not to be permitted to jse
Israel-owned properties. He
should also be authorized to
make a survey of property rec-
ords in the area to determine
ownership.
Both Jordan and Israel should
be ordered "to remove or destroy
all their respective military facili-
ties and installations in the zone."
Immediately after Britain and
the U.S. presented tiheir resolution
Tuesday Secretary General Das
Hammarskjold at a general press
conference previously scheduled
said that the afforestation dispute
between Israel and Jordan belongs
properly in the Security Council
rather than in the sphere of "quiet
diplomacy." Mr. Hammarskjold
had been asked whether the tree
dispute would not nave been han-
dled better in private talks liko
those in which Dr. Francisco Ur-
rutia, of Colombia, held between
Israel and Jordan regarding the
Mt. Scopus issue.
"The cases are not similar,"
Hammarskjold stated. "In the
Mt. Scopus case there is the
1948 agreement between the two
governments, and when I was re-
cently in the Middle East, I ob-
tained consent of both govern-
ments to revert to that agree-
ment. In instances such as this,
there is plenty of scope for quiet
diolomacy. The other c a s e is
controversy involving dirfjring
legal views on both sides. There-
fore this issue between Jordan
and Israel is rne for arbitration
rathir than mediation."
The Jordan eomplaial rt gardin ,
Israel's afforestation project had
been bracketed m the Sectirit)
Council with an Israeli grievance
against Jordan's failure to imple-
ment three important articli
lite Israel-Jordan armisti
ment of 1949. Now that it seems
likely that the Security Council
may adopt the L'.S.-Bntish resolu-
tion, it is up to Israel to press for
Council debate on its complaint.
That complaint involves de-!
mands for basic step- to transform
the armistice agreemtnl into
peace talks on a fac*to*<* J
Hammarskjold was ask.
er the present quiet starts the H
raeli-Arab borders mt-.'w not be
Iber hostilities
Her
randt ',u' r,in
.,,:, i. ihining. i cannot ui
stand why there should be
feai bom Gen MosIh D
has spoken ol quietness
.. ra i, is .,, i to hear such
, (pregfii n, ami it i- ''
pleasant to receive confirmation
of one's ""ii Imi ress
Hammarskjold denied in answer
to another question (hat there is
any basis to rumors fiat efforts
are b.iiu made to get Israel and
Jordan to afree on a rectifk
of their borders "hire villi
have l>ecn cut asunder by the 194U
armistice agreement.
Morlh Shore JWV Psf
Jo Hear Hypnotist Spook
.t Patrick Bussey, Jr. will be
. ,M-s.t speaker at a joint meeting ot
North Shore Post 677. Jewish War
and Auxiliary Tuewlay
evening at the North Shore Jewish
uncement of Bussey's ap-
made this week by
Milton Khrenreich. post comman-
der and Mrs Milton Ehrenreich.
auxili ;ent.
ey will offer a demonstra-
\ question and
anrer i riod will follow.
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Against Red Friendship
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Continued from Page 1 A
sies and would not constitute in-
tervention in Israel's internal af-
fairs. If they go further tnan the
accepted usage, she stressed, the
Uraelis will be held responsible
for their actions.
Mrs. Meir was also asked wheth-
er she had moved against llapai
deputies Meir Ar.nv and David
Hacohen for statments they bad
made abroad while members ol a
Parliamentary delegation. Mr. Ar-
got said that Israel would consider
establishing diplomatic relations
with Spain. 'Pus remark, Mrs
Meir said, was not censurable
within the context of Israel's an-
nounced readiness to extend n- re-
lations to all countries regardless
of their internal regimes.
Mr. Hacohen's statement in Lon-
don that Israel could not rely on
Kr. nee as an ally had no ri
ions in the three DMOlhs
be made il the Foreign Minisu.
noted, except in the Israeli press.
Though the mi ol tha Par-
liamentary di legation had
brii fed bj 11 n .. M n itry per-
sonal I before Ihej wem ab i
she said, their remarks in public
ui declarations ol Israel policy,
Games Might Wednesday
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January 24. 1958
Jlar/sf, ncrkJian
3-A
toting Hell' Makes Egypt's Nazi Scene Real
Ftflt f'i intiallmtnl in
Weo-"ii infilfrefioe of
to* mIRfry ond gtrn-
ciei.
fless Lt. Col. Ben Salem
modest man. While en-
his young East-German
r declared that "I never
aiform, because it makes
|more important than one
This is a matter of dis-
Luse in addition to all his
Id unknown tasks, humble
pf^Jf^tie SBC-
lion Center, better known
lyptians and to the Egyp-
m particular as "The
[Hell."
Moating Hall it an eld, 12,-
cargo-vestel, the former
"Marinaie Rosso" which
converted into a float-
of 80 calls, wharo, ac-
to Bon Salem, "only
cases of special interest are be-
ing trotted." The solo "practical
device for bringing out the truth"
which he was prepared to exhibit
was the recording center in the
vetsel's former radio-cabin, from
which a network of hidden micro-
phones reaches all cells. Thus
every word uttered during the in-
terregetione, or at intervals while
prisoners are together, can be
recorded.
The, recording center is operated.
by two men only. Eergei Klinikin
of Oedessa and his subordinate
Alexei Morganoff. a Moscovite with
an enchanting smile, huge feet,
and a Swiss watch. Both have ser-
ved under Ben Salem ever since
General Vlassov changed flags.
The Floating Hell inspired Ben
Salem to compile a work entitled:
The Final Solution of the Jewish-
Zionist Problem within Territories
of Sovereign Egypt." This was em-
m-Age Council Formed in Miami
Ceyserhng will be quest
a at annual Israel
folders' report meeting
ly, 8 p.m., at Deauville
Some 5,000 bondhold-
Greater Miami area
[been invited to attend.
lent economist Keyser-
is former Truman ad-
A new Tween-Age Council of rep-
resentatives from the junior high
clubs in the joint program of the
Sisterhood of Temple Judea and
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center has been formed
here.
Elected as representatives are
Barbara Toback and Cynthia
Grossman from Theta Tau, Dave
Richmart and Richard Krefetz
from Alpha Sigma Tau, Leslie
Halpert and Fred Cemrter from
Gammia Phi Eptilon, Judy Levi-
ton end Bobby Jean Oelber from
Sigma Pi Epsilon, and Fran
Bloom and Rita Biegel from Tri-
Tikvah.
The Council had its first meet-
ing Tuesday at Temple Judea. One
of the major items on the agenda
was the formation of a new month-
ly tween-age lounge, which will be
for social activities between the
tween-age clubs.
bodied in an act drafted long ago,
but only implemented by the Egyp-
tian Ministry of Interior on Jan.
28. 1956, ten days after the first
reading of Egypt's new Constitu-
tion.
The issuing of yellow-colored
cards for Jews born in Egypt, the
mass arrests carried out at night
on the lines of the. infamous "Nacht
Und Nebel," the classification of
those arrested into categories "A,
B and.C," their detention on.no
charges whatsoever, the engage-
ment of Jewish brokers on a non-
remunerative basis for the SSC-
Purchase section and the seizure of
hostages in order to secure loyalty
in the performance of all property
of persons interned and deported
and the methods by which they
were forced to sign the forms con-
firming that they have no claim on
their property all these are the
raisins.
The peaches and plums of Ben
Salem's "Solution" are the five re-
cently established concentration
camps: The Heliopolis Fortress,
the Gizeb Barracks, two former
army training camps, the Mustaffa
Hanun-Pasha Barracks near Alma-
za City, and the Borg al Aral) Bar-
racks, near Alexandria.
The grimmest of all, however,
is the fifth concentration camp,
the Samarra Barracks in the Su-
heilla region of the desert, 200
miles west of Cairo.
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This camp, recently vacated by
the 3rd Rgt. of the Egyptian "Lib-
eration Army" (the unit which, com-
manded in 1948 by Col. Nasser,
had withstood the Israeli attacks on
Faluja) is now being converted
at the cost of 17.000 Egyptian
pounds and on the lines of photo-
copies of the original plan of the
infamous Nazi "Mediunishces Ver-
sucbslagcr Mannerheime" other-
wise known as "Block 10," where
hundreds of Jewish girls were
sterilized.
The photocopies of the original
plan of this camp were supplied
to the SSC by SS-Hauptstabsarzt
H e i n r i c h Willerman, presently
"arabized" into Lt. Col. Naam
Fahum. He is in charge of oper-
ations in converting the Samarra
Barracks.
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cliche: yet in this unfortunate in-
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us hate to admit it. Hitler once
declared that he was going to make
history, and he made it indeed;
even though it was drenched in
blood. In a conversation with one
of his fellow-officers (who, by the
way. is now a major in the Israeli
Army) durin? the second World
War, Nasser also said that he
would make history.
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FRED K. SHOCHET..............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN..............................Executive Editor
00 Number 4
Volume 32
Friday, January 24, I3oo
3 Shevat S11S
They Won't Upset the Apple Cart Now
--" !Si^SriK^^Ti Many will see in the Senate Foreign Rela-
^i&2^*^":&^^^^&$\ tions Committee's dec.s.on .0 probe U.S. foreign
policy in the Middle East a hopeful sign of bet-
ter things to come.
This, we fear, is a vain expectation. The
new Democrat-controlled Congress will do lit-
tle to depart from the policies set down by Sec-
retary of State John Foster Dulles. Broad
changes in policy would be as disrupting to
peaceful interest of the West today as Mr.
Dulles' approach to foreign affairs has been
disastrous to these interests in the past.
This is the decision Congress, and particu-
larly the Senate, will inevitably reach. Right
or wrong, this is the decision on which our gov-
ernment will act.
In the face of Soviet scientifc successes,
Congress will insist it is imperative for us to
show a united front, and a united front for our
legislators can mean nothinq less than uncon-
tested continuation of the policies we long ago
adopted as this nation's international posture.
Certainly, President Eisenhower oflers no
friendly encouragement to the Senate's pro-
posed foreign policy probe. He is not convinced
that there is anything wrong with U.S. foreign
policy. Neither is he impressed with the sharp
disregard in which his Secretary of State is held
here and in Europe.
At his first press conference in over two
months, held in the White House some ten days
ago. the President in fierce anger admonished
a newsman for asking him about Mr. Dulles'
rumored resignation. On that occasion, Mr.
Eisenhower repeated what he has frequently
said before: "Mr. Dulles is the wisest man in the
world I know-and certainly the wisest and
ablest man in his field today."
The Secretary of State, taking advantage
vnivt endorsemenl- laid down the law to
NATO s recalcitrant foreign ministers some two
days later, when he ruled out as "impossible"
direct disarmament talks with Russia on the
3'! le.v1- ^ch talks. Mr. Dulles opined,
could lead to a hot war.
This kind of minority foreign affairs man-
agement puts the skids on any Senate ingui^
into U.S. policies in the Middle East. With the
theeCvSy ******> out against change
he veto .s scored across the board, whateve
L?!?OCrfCOn,r0lled Con9r* may ulU
mately do about acting out such an inquiry
Don't Start Trouble in Middle East
A Decade of Education
The Hebrew Academy's annual dinner this
weekend marks the tenth anniversary of the
school's existence.
Since its founding, the Hebrew Academy
has exemplified to a high degree of excellence
the day school movement, and thoee who are
in the forefront of this movement may well be
proud of the Academy's accomplishments.
The school's students are consistently
among the top percentile in Dade county. They
cue notable in achievement tests for general
age groupings, and have won scholarships all
out of proportion to their numbers.
Jewish leaders in education and govern-
ment throughout the nation and in Israel have
been, during the course of visiting here, sinqu-
lar in their praise of the Hebrew Academy
Since its formation a decade ago, the de-
mand on its facilities has given rise to the estab-
lishment of a branch in Miami; while the main
school continues to contemplate a modern ex-
pansion program for the future, with adequate
room to accommodate twice the number of
students enrolled today.
.vAdu!;ateS <* ,he dQy schI movement see
!h1i r T A/rcademy a realization of their
Kleal. Greater Miami in general considers the
Hebrew Academy a noteworthy contribution
to the area s educational institutions.
Totalitarian Propaganda
FrJ" the Hungarian newspaper. "Hadiu '
Buhan. received in Vienna via Budapest
comes word that anti-Semitism is still ramLni
m Hungary. Blame is placed on the govern-
ments preceding the present Kadar regime
which never effectively combatted person
of the nation's Jewish minority.
At the same time, Endfe Sos, Dreaiden* r>*
the National Office of Hungarian IsmeTiS hal
been awarded a top "People's Republic^ dec
oration as part of the Kadar regimePs campaign
to woo religious institutions in Hungary 9
All of which does not show a qenuine anv
a people divided by their ageold hatreds con
fusions and fears. n
TM..,T1!e conium*lona"d the fear include the
Jews .00 or Mr. Sos would have rigorously
Z ^J^V:? ,he deCeP,ion- The^ora7.
hor. a symbol of democracy in action, is really
a vicious bit of totalitarian propaganda. Y
Temple's
congratulated. Careful consideration, with an eye towirL
responsibility, tipped the balance in favor of a -first thing, dm
rept. Expansion may have been uppermost in the minds of &[.
Sellers, hm it seemed secondary at a more scrutinizm*, -2S
glance tempered by the needs of CJA. This kind of unielfirtS
should serve as a model for other organizations in the area t!S
bined Jewish Appeal is Miami Jewry's single, unified fund dm2
., ,, is beneficiaries are such that the drive rates -^
priority Fact is, howevar, that CJA finds it repeatedly m_
compete with philanthropic projects of far lesser significance^
No one will doubt that each individual's pet "charity"^
cipal importance to him. This is easily demonstrated: nun!
bined Jewish Appeal leaders, and others who pay lip senicTfclj
sumc positions of prominence in a wide variety of fundrijsM-i
paigni running concurrently with CJA. There is more here iky
evil of contradiction; manifestly, there is the evil of flattery I
any "prominent civic personality" chairman, and most likely i_
off at the sound of the word "go." without attention to thevihegl
drive he champions in relation to the larger needs of the comasJ
!i is when the individual or the organization sublimates fc
v-ate demand for gratification to the public necessity of ared
planning that maturity emerges. Temple Emanu El's dennal
suspend its drive for the present is an example of this baj
maturity.
: :
yuHERE ARE THOSE who would Mlow Temple EmanuffJ
" ample" Last Sunday. Temple Ner Tatnid broke ground M
new Imili'inc on 80th st and Tatum Waterway. This conKreg.QsiJ
1 ml moiiihs ayo severely criticized by the L'nited SynapcJ
\mcriia for its decision to erect a Conservative house of
within bloi ks of thr already existing North Shore Jewish Center.,
'mm what tin- I SA considered to be spiritual planlessness1 [
ol beh quently denoting factionalism in its rankest forti
: e\ei a whil id concern for the total need of the community-
the m Mental consideration of tapping the North Shorei
philanthro tial at a time when Greater Miami Jewry 1
to launch its biggest CJA campaign thusfar
while. Hi, Hi brew Academy holds another of its :
this Sunday. Taking the Academy s statisticsftj
.in expected to attend the $10u per plait 1
icing them by half, a fair sum of some $40.0001
involvi ting $40,000 from the community just one
before the Feb 2 official inaugural of the Combined Jewiia
1- more than significant in terms of the limited fund potential af|
area at largl
No "in argues the value of the Hebrew Academy On its I
anniversary, the scholastic achievements of its students spe*i|
themselves; while its cultural and educational contributions to I
ire universally applauded. Nor does anyone question the
budgetary requirements. The issue here, once'more, is first I
first How do the Academy's deficit needs relate to those, for 1
ample, of Ml Sinai Hospital? Is it not also conceivable that)
$40,000 may very well mean an equivalent sum deducted from Gn
Miami's contribution to the State of Israel in 10S8?
Multiply this by the ten top Jewish communities across the I
Miami is approximately tenthand certainly more than haHil
lion dollars have been deleted from the total effort in behalf of I
-s-
ate
Goal Must be Achieved
face a staggering sum. PP~' 's on "s
rtatr^'^-'S^^B
While CJA continued to hnlH ;.
activities m abeyance in dewi camPm
completed Un.ted Fund 6 ,0 ,he )"
structure is by now well -. r(3anizational
to go. Y W Wel1 maPPd out and ready
bassador ,0 the US 2 ^5 Am"
Jewish Appeal funct on K rl' ^ned
*ve as the official. "aW^ \ ^ W'U
M drive to support Gre Jewish agencies*^ nSonai^' 'S 8'X local
rael's pressing needs Cau3e" Qnd Is-
-2; :s^i^' s? com.
-an effort including dK mmun"ywid. effort
\ What i, come.^"10 a"d volunteer
ind,v,dual resident. "uZ Si'8 yU-y he
n to ,his ..CTed Pyhiraioi;yam,an-re,pond-
be aSLv^ T^;, T^Z ^ I can
JHESE OBSERVATIONS ARI to be construed less as cnunaj
the organizations involved than as a means of raising the ox
of responsible community planning and the dilemmas facing*.
tainly. for example, leaders of the Hebrew Academy are weDi
in Combined Jewish Appeal intent; many of them assume
of prominence in both. Recognizing the duality of their in
or contrarily arpuing the interdependence of the twosome of
leaders call for CJA support of the Academy.
They use as basis of their plea the example of other connw
which offer Federation assistance to similar Hebrew iwtai
1 ointing to the scholarship program of the Bureau of Jewish fc
lion here. th. y consider discriminatory the Academy's isoUmtl
scholarships at $50 each; while the individual congregational td
"re operates on a meager $6,000 annual budget. This m*m\
'imiarships at $50 ,ach. wUe ^ individua, congregational s*
''"": 'In fatuity" must add an additional $60 of their o*
' th< roughly $110 the student represenU as average pert
nuin cost to them.
DuJ : 1857, there were 243 requests for scholarships to
Pationa ichools here l),.Sp,te the increased need, the $6,000
uoge has conunued unadv.nced. Can the Combined Jewish A|
11 "Pun t accept the specialized Hebrew Academy deficjM
; '"' face f ,h(. Iargl.r commumty need_no matter how icce*
' )' ;' '> educational orientation may be? .
rem^n '"" '"r ,he Acdemy's Sunday function apart, w^
Zunu\TU'rMl' PT0C^' lr ">e annual dinner rep^l
,' l"r I1"0"- 'ractionaiiy significant if not total. fromt*H
iae tJA campaign in Greater Miami.
--
0"A ORGANIZATIONS IN competition with the Combul
rtictorv .rh"?'1 ,bound- Many P leadership from tM
v u?o f.h CM' il*->u, gaining unintentional sU<*
Rented bv r0rCer*h'P of men to wl%nt immunity pUruuof"
Sadder il Piumably of major importance. ,
nationa1 .n/^11 the" *"tlu is that some-pn^,
the uncon's'lii,**"" U,at ** ">" *** """"jUSl
Ph.lan,Tn1pTefKr,^Wi,iOD ^ diWrViCe ,0 **
Yeshivar,Bnrd.'Hfr0UP!i and "^"P**"" <* oUble j^SSfi
' the ioTmS? 'I- Hebrew Universities all come m forjjf
*'ve nan^es-J^-yuC,Upter o>anlUb out West, with W^
^^^l* tt- *-"
PW.ealon?,i,ir ,Or,0t, PHor. of ad JoW*
inr"Hent ,rt.? .n'Ver,,ry ""! published all roi ^
upirZ ha? i MCh We*rin ^n doU-r by d^ui<
AU of these^8;frir*1 ^""""ity planing and fum^!--
win**. promin-rT. "" ,nrl OX "cnariiy'"
Emanu-eKcuT^ ft ***"" who ought to to
"d 'rue conceriTr J ^r"**- to A ""^
ern lor Jewih community welfare.
look
of


merry 24, 19S8_______________________________
Men's Division Plans Dinner;
(th Directs Fund Committee Action
by the recent reports of the new flood of Polish refugees
(to free countries, CJA volunteers moved forward on several
I week.
"oung Men's Divisiin headed by Martin Fine immediately set
its annual dinner Feb. 6 at the Seville hotel.
Wednesday named Em an
kith to direct the program
ml raising committee. Ac-
(o advance plans, the an-
per event will honor past
is of the Greater Miami
federation.
+-Jeli*nar*fr>f7
rhile, the Apartment
Irvit iorV under the la<*#r-
>aniel M. Broad and 0-
imber has announced a
^f
tMAHUU SMITH
1 a big workers rally Tues-
tning at the Seville hotel.
ering committee of 1958
era mot last week to work
jram plans and to develop
nsving solicitation drive
kg all apartment houses on
! Beach. Cooperating with
Vision is Irving Schatiman,
knt of the Miami Beach
pent Assn.
|g the more than 50 bus!-
profession! divisions now
lanized is the the Insurance
in Miami headed by
)uuiiund. He has called a
meeting of a group of
ice men for Wednesday
Rosedale restaurant. 170
si.
Kurman, general chairman
Business and Professions
has announced that Leo
em. Miami Beach realtor,
Irve as Council vice chair-

They're the First
To Get Going
Two suburban communities are
among the first of 28 municipali-
ties to announce their plans to join
in the 1938 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
First to get under way is the
North Miami Beach Division, with
Judge Arthur I. Snyder as chair-
man and Murray Greene head of
the special gifts committee.
A cocktail party will be hosted
by the Snyders at their home, 800
NE 156th ter., Sunday evening.
Howard Ralby heads the gen-
eral solicitation unit, and Nathan
Glazier is chairmen of commer-
cial and real estate sections. Or.
Marvin Choos will top the health
and medical division, and Mrs.
Rose Dow is coordinator.
Members of the important spe-
cial gifts committee include Irving
Beyda, Mrs. Marvin B. Choos. Mor-
ris Drapkin, Mr. and Mrs. Al Fine.
Mrs. Murray Greene, Seymour. Ka-
gan, Jules Klion, Norton Leff, Rab-
bi Isaac Lerer, Mrs. Howard Ral-
by, Newton Greene, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Tucker and Clayton Wild-
stein.
Second community is Hialeah,
-
MARTIN FINE
CJA Sabbath
Planned Jan. 31
Synagogues throughout Dadc
county Wednesday joined forces in
a drive to provide volunteers for
the Combined Jewish Appeal's life-
saving and life-giving campaign.
Dr. Morris Goodman, CJA chair-
man, announced that synagogue
presidents have appealed directly
to their members "to enroll in the
ranks of the Combined Jewish Ap-
pealto insure Israel's future and
to vitalize Jewish life every
where."
To implement the push for re-
cruitment, all synagogues will con-
duct "Combined Jewish Appeal
- -""SSMJirTh'" FfiaayVJan. sir*
Dr. Joseph Narot. president of
the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater
Miami, has issued a call to the
community to join in special
prayers on the occasion.
___________________ *A
Post to See Film
North Shore Post of Jewish War
Veterans will see a film, "This is
Hialeah," at a post meeting Feb.
5 at North Shore Jewish Center.
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1423 Pence Corel Gables
where all organized groups arc
presently busy enrolling workers
for the CJA campaign.
Assuming volunteer-recruitment
responsibilities in B'nai B'rith
there is president of Flamingo
Lodge Dr. Stanley Wallman. Di-
recting a similar program in the
women's chapter is president Mrs.
David Sherper.
In the Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center, president Herbert
Buxbaum of the Men's Club is en-
listing workers. Mr. and Mrs.
Loon Silverman, commander and
president of the Jewish War Vet-
erans PO|t and Auxiliary, are se-
curing CJA enlistees among their
members.
President Nathan Becker of the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Cen-
ter recently issued a call to all Jew-
ish residents to join the workers'
Wildlife Oilicer to
On Audubon Society Program
Tom Shirley, wildlife officer
with the Florida Fish and Game
Commission, will address the Trop-
ical Audubon Society at the Miami
Public Library Tuesday.
The 8 p.m. program is another in
toe monthly series co-sponsored by
the local Audubon Society and the
Miami Public Library.
Dade Thornton, tropical Audu-
bon president, announced that a
film on wildlife will also be shown.
Library director Dr. Frank B. Ses-
sa said that admission to the pro-
gram is free.
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post of area chairman.
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Jewish Leaders Testify Before UN
Continued from Pag* 1 A
tative of the World Agodas Is-
rael Organiiation. Representa-
tives of other world Jewish or-
ganizations fighting for human
right and against religious dis-
crimination are also expected
to appear before the subcom-
mittee.
Dr. Lewin. who voiced the
complaint that Jewish orphan*
arc being brought up as Chris-
tiana, requested the United Na-
tions to W6k tnto this situation!
He called upon the United Na-
tions to reco nize "fri e lom of
children to maintain the religion
01 ther deceased parents."
Dr. Lewin also reported in de-
tail to the iuhcommisaion on the
desecrations in Jordan. Tfc
he charged, are being practiced
systematically al the grave ol
Rachel, near Bethlehem "The
entrant to the shrine." he stat-
ed "has been d< .troyed On
walls one can rea I bl
In the Arab ai
es. Signs of the Nai "*
junk and
. mroiltcc
that^hdlserlmlMUoiitgitaJ
the Jewish rein** call* tohea<
,n for an .mm.-lKite remedy.
M, UoskowiU urged tat I
to condemn not oni>
all direct anti religious d. ruM,..
aVions but th<......' wJJ
type u well. He insisted that,
tout the world, "the police
power ol the Male must b,
ps which
*> ""' '""
,1 their victims even when
"" I. "c
viet li
-antagonism to religioa stems.
not onl> from the occasional
l(i,>nlifirafion of relipon with
former rulers, but from the de-
rtjte to subordinate
all spheres ,f h^
central conirot^J
all free xpn-sIMi|j||
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'Nordic1 Youths
Wan.' Jews Out
Continued from Page 1 A
members
. idents a| Forest Hills
\ Y
All members of the United Nor-
dic Conferedation were required
to sign an oath dedicating their
lives to racial purification and
the restoration of the "moral
strength, spiritual greatness and
physical perfection which make
up the true Nordic." The mem-
bers pledged to "be superior in
II things beginning with Chris-
tianity, humanity, philosophy and
science." Leggett also had
stamps printed with such slo-
gans as "The Nordics Over All"
and "For the Cause."
ity nf the
i
ted Nordics Confederation" was
undi: iiurn ;,. it became
known thai in addition to the youths
led-up here, Ihi
on >v limn i ho police have dif-
ficult) finding because somi
them are service men and ei
students s< attend across thii
In Mexico and Canada
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Gen. Romulo Will
Kick Off Drive
Continued from Page 1 A
aide-de-camp to Gen. Douglas
MacArthur on Bataan, Corregi-
dor and Australia, and partici-
pated in the re-capture of Man
Ha. H? was awarded the Con-
gressional Medal of Honor of
the Philippines, the Silver Star,
Distinguishsd Service Cross and
Purpls Heart.
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Nazi's Extradition
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24. 1958
-Jenisti ncrkfiam
in Chiefs
Treated at
Hospital
CM Mamo Malcon-
rear-old son of Ethio-
pninister, Ato Makon-
is now in Hadassah
lerusalem for treat
bible brain ailment.
Km' of five children in
linister's family. Re-
jme a victim of Asian
n to have epileplic-
the lack of medical
treat this case in
js decided to send the
lassah in Jerusalem,
9r Haile Selassie and
spent some, time in
IV orld War II and had
liar with the work of
medical organiza
w under the car* of
I. Beller, neurosur-
th* Hadassah Medi-
Ition. In 1946, Dr.
[the first number of
[ medical staff to re-
owship for post-grad-
in the United Stales
pavly Memorial Fund.
pian minister's child
inied on the ten-hour
Vddis Abbaba to Lyd-
ther; Prof. R. Manner-
ric cardiologist of the
[Hospital, Stockholm,
lie Swedish Hospital in
Da. the child's uncle,
i head of the municipal-
[Abbaba; Mrs. Fortune
Df Israel's Consul-Gen-
Abbaba; and a nurse.
7-A
100 Club Gets Naff. Treatment
Prof. Arthur Kaplcn points to desert area where Dead Sea
Scrolls were found. Prof. Kaplan, Greek and Latin authority,
will begin a series of lectures on "Dead Sea Scrolls in History"
at adult study groups sponsored by North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter under chairmanship of Nathaniel Glickman (left). Lecture
series will begin Monday evening, and will be open to public.
Rally Launches
Member Drive
in to Discuss
it luncheon Moot
eader of Temple
Irving Lehrman will
eaker at the weekly
eating of the Israel
Jinmittee Monday.
Ig is scheduled for 12
titz Plaza hotel on Mi-
Dr. Lehrman will dis-
Jrm's Role Before-and
uation of the State of
"Israel has abandoned any all-
out attempt at neutrality in the
cold war, and is now firmly on the
side of the United States and the
West," Dr. Morton Robbins told the
community-wide membership as-
sembly of the Miami Beach Zion-
ist district last week at Temple
Beth Sholom auditorium.
Dr. Robbins, national vice presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization of
America, said that was his under-
standing of the recent cabinet
shake-up in Israel. "Prime Min-
ister Ben-Gurion's firm action per-
mits Israel to enter its historic 10th
anniversary year of 1958 in a
stronger position, economically,
politically and militarily, than at
any time since her independence."
The rally launched an intensive
membership campaign for the dis-
trict, of which Dr. David S. Andron
is president. Saul Genet and Gerald
Schwartz are co-chairmen of tne
membership drive. They announ-
ced a "Z-Day" program for Feb. 12
as a highlight of the campaign.
<-.-;,
SAVE OUR CITY I
The Autonomy Amendment Will
1. .. strengthen Metre government by making dear the
intent of the Charter retoMng the self-determination and
autonomy of the munkipatities!
2. ... not destroy Metro; tut will prevent further confusion
as to the separation of powers between the county and
t'ty governments!
3. guarantee, in a legal "lilt of Rights" form, that
there shall be no infringement upon the rights of lecol munici-
palities to conduct their own local affairs as long as minimum
standards ore met! .
4. ... slow down the majority of the County Commissioners
in their irresponsible spending of taxpayers' money, "political
plum" appointments, and attempts at the awording of lucra-
tive concessions to the lowest bidder!
3. ... give the kind of government recommended by the
Chorter Board and other experts on governmenta mere
democratic form of government that is dose to the citizen end
provides o higher standard of service let Ike taxpayer!
VOTE
Dad* County league of Munlclptliliei
!N.|.2net^..aa-y.WMM, Ft7-1311
'World of Sholom Aleichem'
To bo Presented Feb. 15-16
The first production in the Great-
er Miami area of "The World of
Sholom Aleichem," widely acclaim-
ed in New York City several years
ago, will be presented by the Mi-
ami "Y" Players of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
Saturday and Sunday nights, Feb.
15 and 16.
The production will be staged in
the auditorium of the YMHA at
450 SW 16th ave.
The local production is directed
by Willard Schlesinger, who has
been associated in previous years
with the Community Players and
with Studio M.
Story of the 100 Club of Dade
County is a spotlighted feature in
the national magazine, "Success
Unlimited," this month.
Page-proofs from the publisher
carry photos of several prominent
business and professional men in
this area. Singled out are architect
Leonard H. Glasser and Maxwell
J. Mangold.
Mangold, winter resident, found-
ed the first 100 Club in New York
almost 20 years ago.
The 100 Clubs admit only one
picked representative from n
area's business, trade and pro-
fessional fields.
The current story was written by
Helen Alpert, who was recently re-
elected to her fifth term with the
Dade county group.
Others mentioned in the story
are Ben Zion Ginsburg, Tony
Friend, Sidney Davidson, Leonard
Coleman and Renee Newman.
President is Dr. Seymour G.
Schneider. .He was installed last
week at a dinner dance in the
Crown hotel. He succeeds Lew E.
Braverman.
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IVERY0HE SHOULD JOIN -
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Contact Financial Secretary: Clara Eckhaus
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Statement of (Sonditi
JANUARY 10, 1958
ion
ASSETS
Ceeh mt Due free* ether Ranks ........f 1,410.147.41
U.I. Oevof-o* Securities ..............._ f.701,1S2.7
Irate, County A Municipal tea* ------- 93,307.90
Other Investment* ............................- 15,000.00
Leant A- Discount* ................................ 2,774,412.37
L.asthold Furniture t> Fixture* ........ 119,800.34
Income Earned or Accru.d ............ 32,774.71
Other Asset* ............................................ 35,538.07
Tetel Roourct*............$10,272,313.66
LIABILITIES
Deposits ................................................* 9,334,181.17
Untamed Discounts................................ 20,698.36
Other Liabilities ...................................... 17,277.22
Cental Stack ............650,000.00
Surplus ....................130,000.00
Undivided profits ........119,11 I.St
Reeervee .................. 1.108.32
900,219.91
Tetel Liabilities............$10,272,383.66
BANKof MIAM BEACH
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Friday,]
Zalis to Head
Free Loan Group
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Assn., held its eight annual
election last week. Named to of-
fice were:
Joe Zalis, president: Simon
Seiden. first vice president; Ilyman
Kam. second vice president; Meyer
Red lien, third vice president;
Harry Goldberg, treasurer: Clara
Eckhaus. financial secretary: Zelda
Kunst. recording secretary; Ger-
trude Phillips, recording secretary.
Board of directors are Anna
Black. Morris Kckhaus. Gladys
Fended Isidore Fcndel, Herman
Fischer. Sam Goldstein, j>ina Kam,
Ralph Krieger, Sam Phillips. Max
Rappaport. Jacob Robbins. Rachel
Sakowitz. David Singer. Sam Sic-
gel. Louis Weintraub. Rose Zalis.
Morris Zimmerman.
Hebrew Free Loan was organiz-
ed in 1950 with 30 members. Pur-
pose of the organization is to lend
money to people in need without
charge.
Hebrew Kree Loan's present
membership is near 200. and max-
imum loans have been set at S250.
Zalis declared. Wednesday that
"loans may be increased to S500 in
1958."
JOE ZALIS
Rabbi Swinky on Television
Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swirsky, of
Beth El Congregation, will bi
'lured on The Still Small Vi
weekly television program ol the
Rabbinical Assn of Greater Miami,
Sunday. 10:90 a.m.. ch. T H
Swirsky's subject will be "Man in
Search of His Soul."
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Federal rf Miami. vicejreWent
Bob. eth. of Coral C
Federal, secretary-treaiurer.
Members of the board of direc-
tors ire Edward A. Heep, of At-
lantic Federal Savings in Ff.
Lauderdale; John Causey, of
Hollywood Federal; W. Bentley
Glass, of Citiiens Federal of Hi-
aleah; and Frank C. Chief*. Jr.,
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Woody Kepner, of W<
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W. Arthur Fielden. of I
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24, 1958
*Jenistftorkflan
'-Polish Relations 'Satisfactory'
9-A
|ct TeUtype Wlr
Satisfaction was
kern merit circles
ver Uie fact that
provement has tak-
kent weeks in Tela-
koland and Israel.
Government circles were well
pleased with the first official
pronouncement by an Eastern
Kuropean diplomat in many years
that his government recognized
the right of Jews to immigrate
to Israel.
Such tatamant was mad* by
th mw Polish Minister to Is-
rael, Antony Bid*, whon ho pro-
sontod his credentials to Presi-
dent Irzhak Bon-Zvi here.
The Polish cultural delegation
which Just left Israel signed an
agreement for the exchange of
books and newspapers between the
two countries. A Polish medical
team is now in Israel studying
mother and child care. Israel and
Poland recently signed a trade
pact expanding trade, and Israeli
vessels are scheduled to call at
Polish ports.
Cantor Grossberg Named
Cantor Ben Grossberg has been
named director of the Miami "Y"
Choraleers meeting at the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
450 SW 16th ave., Tuesday eve-
nings at 8:15. The group special-
izes in Israeli and Hebrew folk
music.
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An Invitation to You to
Rejoice in Jerusalem
AT THE UJA 20th ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE
JUNE 24, 25 and 26, 1958
*HB year a great double anniversary is being cele-
>rated: Israel's 10th year of statehood; the United
lewish Appeal's 20th year.
Both are symbols of monumental achievements:
ie United Jewish Appealthe greatest instrument
>f relief, rescue and resettlement in Jewish history;
[the State of Israelthe climax of centuries of prayer
[and generations of struggle and sacrifice.
So that American Jews may celebrate this glori-
as double anniversary in Israel, the United Jewish
appeal will hold its traditional mid-year conference
[in the city of Jerusalem, next June 24th, 25th and 26th
-at the height of Israel's own year-long festival of
freedom.
To permit maximum participation in this historic
Jerusalem Conference, the United Jewish Appeal
anniversary Conference Committee is offering a
15-day, all expense tour for 1998.
The price you pay for your UJA package tour
$998 r- pays for:
1. \bur round trip airline ticket, via El Al Airlines,
with many stopover privileges in Europe, on your re-
turn home.
2. Accommodations in Israel's first class hotels.
3. All meals enroute and in Israel.
4. A fully-guided sightseeing program of 14 days
and 13 nights (including the conference in Jerusalem)
which covers the important places of current, historic
and religious interest in Israel, and the UJA-supported
programs.
5. Tips, taxes and entrance fees.
Arrangements also can be made for a shorter stay
in Israel.
Act now to insure your attendance at this history-
making UJA Anniversary Conference, as-the number
of reservations, necessarily must be limited.
QaAsMid
UNITBD ISRAEL ArTBAL, JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMtTTBB
NEW YORE ASSOCIATION FOE NEW AMERICANS
United Jewish Appeal
Far
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
420 Lincoln Rood
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Of writt AvWrartary Onftfwct Conmittaa
Ma 1403. 165 Wast 40 Stow*, few Yard 3S. N. Y.
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Friday,
10- A











HILARY MiXDLiX
Her Letters Show the Kind of Sensitivity She lauds m 0t
IIUI LUUGIJ *Jiissw9 ........ thcn.fore jnterc,Ungi Mrs (
LETTERS FROM JERUSALEM. By Mary Clawson. Wilh
an introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt. 244 pp. Lon-
don and New York: Abelard-Schuman. S3.75.
very un
isl Marion, ind moppets I > "
economisl Marion, ana ..,.,- .
,,...,...... .^-.. "'-1;:,1 .,:h,!, iviM
siblo tin- author "'V'\ ,'". t in mt-m modern,
was brought up wilh a Jewish prejudice." writes much ides of how wraeni u ...... b |(i|1(iw
eptotolariu Mary Clawson. -only mine it the ordin- well-equipped apartment hou> "'* ^ ^ ;(nH
uv one in reverse. 1 was taught by my mother ... all Americans eonflne ones u,
Jews are sensitive, imaginative, highly Intelligent, eager make only occasional e
for education ... all Jews are clean they will do any-
thing on earth for their own or other people's children.
Jews have beautiful sensitive hands and eyes, and many
of them have lovely hair ... All Jewish women arc won-
derful cooks, and all Jewish men arc extreme!) good to
their wives. 1 could go on ."
Whether for this unusual reason, or limply because
she is herself "sensitive, imaginative and eager for educa-
tion.'* Mrs. Clawson's letters from Jerusalem arc better
than a friend's personal account of Israelunless one has
SAUL CARSOX
:'"" Mr, Clawson would have none of this she lived
amons the Israelis, shopped as thej da struggled with
: r^Mhe E......i.....n, of Israeli I JjJ
sen, her children to Hebrewspeai She.
brated all the Israeli holidays will
well as her own Ch. I ,:"1
certainly all the Israelis with whom thej came into con
lad were enriched imn :- "' Ih' '" '
thai in Israel she was a minority, i new experience to her
UN Must Recognize the Existence of Bigotry
United Nations
THE FOES OF bigotry are in session here againand
many Jews are participating, as one might expect
A United Nations group devoted specifically to the
anti-bigotry fight may seem like a unit formed for the
purpose of gilding the lily. After all. the entire UN is
against discriminations and prejudices and superstitions
of all kindsand for freedoms of all fronts, be Ihey polit-
ical, social, or economic. But there i- a special group
here to fight bigotry. Its official title is the Subcommis-
sion on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection ol
Minorities, It is a subsidiary body of the Commission on
Human Rights.
Each year, the subcommittee meets for three weeks
It is in session now. It is composed of eleven experts from
as many countries. The experts function in the group as
individuals: but they are chosen and assigned bj their
governments. The expert assigned by the United Suites is,
again. Judge Philip Halpern, of Buffalo, a man known i ir
many important activities in the Jewish field.
There is a number of Jews among representatives ol
nongovernmental organizations that have consultative
status before the subcommission. These representatives
BEN 6AUOB
an entitled i" a voice bul not I i vol Hi ver, their
voices are heard frequentlj and always on the si,i,
tolerance toward all peoples
A mere listing of the re| Jew ish oi
izations having such consultative status indicates the
ousness with which organized Jewrj takes the work of this
subcommission The Agudas 1st i vVi Id Oi inizatkm is
represented b) Dr I- ai Lew Cons iltal ......ncil of
zations by Moses Moskowiti Saul E .1 I
represents the Coordinating Board ol Jewish 0
lions Pi Gerhai I wish
Congress; and the World Unioi I i Pr ressive Judaism
i- on the list, represented bj Mrs E S Pi stein
The agenda ol the subcomn issiot includes studie
such important topics .,- discrimination in education, in
employment, and in political rights Special attention is
given to discrimination in the matter ol religious n
and practices How to protect minorities i- anothei topic.
Then there is on.' item dealing with mi
should take to halt the type ol propaganda thai contributes
to national, r. i hostility, or tli.it in. I
people to violent mnds.
and therefore interesting. Mrs ( law**
reminded again of the tolerance and kindata
tiveness of Jews toward a minority race. \m
dies do benefit by being among people ^"jT
ummation and are determined that w* JfJ
i; from them at least There is certainly oJil
always tell our boys ... so they will ncvttl|i
Ihe sin of tolerance: 'We were Mranters ,, Jl
i e/pt' ."
Mrs Clawson's observations on human
i Litumships with tl\em are as keen as uWj
external aspects of life in Jerusalem. Hii
v clous, especially when she swings into sevrni]
roiints of mishaps and errorsgetting a dr-iat
for example, is somehow funny, but never isg
I i i, I Best of all. she writes wellvery ^
, ( toward the accumulation of small, pointed
a heart lor the humanity in them Where fcl
in her "Israel to Me" reviewed her* na
I in Israel definitely as a visitor, with hejT
standards worn somewhat belligerently on bt\
Mrs Clawson was truly at home If Israeli
up against Americanisms, they did so with i,
noise and everyone either laughed or learned.
It is not only that Mrs. Clawson is so ga
i-iaei and apparently also of Jews, or tan
things like. "In other Middle Eastern cou
excited about poverty or alleged mun_
dirt: it is the will of AUah. The Jews bio* thee]
I laugh and admire and respect them for it."
ins is a tremendously valuable book, in u>i
that Mrs Clawson is a tremendously valuaakjl
being, and for the same reasons.
MILTON FKIEPM t\ ,
Our Biblical Sleuth
A Crisis Highlights Israel's Religion Dilemma
Jerusalem
JHE CABINET CRISIS created in Nrael by an indiscre
lion of the leftof-ccnter Achdut Avodah party may
well hold political attention lor some tune. Attempts
be made to replace Achdut Avodah in the government
coalition by the Orthodox religious parties Premier David
Ben-Gurion often finds it easier to make a deal !>> inakin
concessions In religious question- than in questions ol
foreign policy,
However, basically the gulf between Map... and the
other non-religious parties and the Orthodox group
much deeper and a more fundamental one, and ultin
the big showdown in Israel's internal life is likely to be
on matters of religion than on matters ol political oi
nomic ideology.
EIAAHU SALPETER --
Zangwill's Laughter
I SEE WHERE Joseph I.eftvvich has written a biography
of Israel Zangwill. Ah. Zangwill, how we miss you'
Zangwil la one of the few who will be read even 100
years from today. His -Children of the chett,, remains
a C13SS1C.
h, ule tf*. 3 f at in,erPreter of the ghetto Somehow
he brought laughter even in the sadness of the ghetto M
Christian name is Israel." once said Zangwill
, if Wau ,hinkln,K baek t0 the time when he wrote the
works Wh,ch made him famous. The United States al
that time was in the position of Israel as far as Jewish
immigration Is concerned. Hundreds of thousands of Jews
from Russia and East Europe were savin- Sk.u
Aleichem to the Statue of ,,ber! and^rePa |?SS
low,, under the benign gaze of Shmuel
People didn't make much money those days but then
vu didn't need much. The saloons offered free ,, ,
and even if you couldn't buy a beer, you .,,,,1,1 p ,
have bought a beer, wipe your mouth and approach the
lunch counter and fill up. "ll
There were few automobiles, but there wire hone*
and carnages. Today only the Queen of F.n,lan. ,,
a carnage, but in those days anybody could ride in,,
fiVe block, to get a dollar changed InTqSrteA .nTou,
a com the slot to get the gas back on. Meanwhile v ,
had your daily exercise. If you didn't h-,v 1i,
you ,.,ta the dark: you didn't nunt r*' J^S
do, with all that daisling electric light
Nobody went to psychoanalysts in those davs u-h,
I;;' couch? ,f you had one, i, was occupied^
BORJSSMOLAR-.

I
This showdown is not imminent if overwhelming ex-
ternal dangers threaten Israel in years I "elie-
lOlSlss,,,.,,,^,,,., 5mouldei -
i inv
But ithe issue is there, becomin nd more a,
"thegap between unyielding Orthodoxy and th.
ol modern life in Israel wi
......
s of marriage. d,v.
o' itX'ts,8;:;; :;:;:,;;:
KM "'......' 'e esta.
p'fstin' restriction nl in m ,' l"";:' '"'' '"
to buy land, etc ThnV J i '""" "' '
Ihe jurisd
d
raporun.
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
dearer picture of Jewish life 1:1 Biblical
Each year, as archaeologists spa ipaddl
from tombs, temples, and buried citu of laal
more is learned about Jewish history For
in today's world, accord,n. to the
Sotiety, "Palestinian archaeolo > i- one of I
that can challenge the record ol nuclear|
l'i fact, the Bible story of mam., being.
the Israelites is now buttressed by scientific (a
ier in Sinai, scale insects secrete white i
.. sweet and nourishing substance that seetai|
mysteriously on bushes. This and similar I
being reported in the findings of scientii
l>r G. Ernest Wright, a noted scholar fj
ormick Theological Seminary, has
duction from artifacts and fragments of history J
rale some of the Bible's most stirring run
In our time archaeologists have redu
ir East,'' said Dr. Wright. His report!
such Biblical sites as Jericho. Harur Tinah.!
Cibeon are giving up their Old Ti .tarns*
l ist summer Dr. Wright direct) the Dr
M.< ormick excavations at the remai >if th*<
city, shechem. north of Jerusalem This will
encan expedition to the Holy Land in 30]
findings may establish a firm chronolo
settlement associated with Abraham and/
Hut it was at Bethel, under the directiooi
ham F. Albright of Johns Hopkin- I mversa>j
Wright got his first insight into Ihe birth
ious heritage. Information uncoveredatj
ing the 1(130 s. offered a vital clue to a
of Jewish historythe conquests of Joshua.
\>< >rding to the Bible. Joshua's next rs
Jericho was at Ai, a city near Bethel in the r
Jerusalem.
Ai's remains, however, placed il in the I
al>out 3250-2400 B.C.). It would have i
doned when the Israelites attacked, as saw]
e. during the 13th Century B.C. Bethel.r
bind, revealed some provocative facts.
stripping away layer after layer of ru*'
Wright, "we encountered evidence of a ragn*r
ng fire Someone in the 13th Century B*
full) burned and demolished the city.
%*!!*?* SHHtM to SaJ
JWENTY JEWISH COMMUNIT.ES
'-"-^ The| ,.,,
suburbs maj lhl.
fact then m the c ,
;:!;""; -"'
Ihe i.....- el
re no, reflect, I .
1
munlty atiil remai. .-,,.
^uburbsi, .,,,vv ,
city Newcomers also tend to settle in **
les. San Francisco, Miami *tM
within the
dt*
relative depoptilation of areas
In the Lawndale aection of Chicago, f* *
estiniat.-d that of the 75.000 Jews who <
''30 and 24.300 in 1991 practic.il> """fjfj
I" I let roit there is a gradual reduction "r^M
reductions are reported from *
nd Tor..
Angeles, however, is one romin"jJ|
number of Jewish people living m a *
Westside, has grown along with the new
I he reports from all the 20 eitic -> '"^
to the suburbs are usually y""^
children They are of middle
mic status, advancing in hP,r.Jj|
many of them have the economic burdea
aged homes.



24. 1956
-Je*ls)ncrkflan
11-A
Glass, advertis-
iblic relations di-
Citizens Federal
id Loan Assn. of
is been appointed
it National Adver-
for Advertising
eater Miami. Ad-
reek is Feb. 9 to 15.
jr Medical Center
sup of Hadassah will
> and card party
at the Deauville ho-
will go to the Hadas-
IContor in Israel. Mrs.
nat is chairman.
>AL NOTICE
r.CE UNOER
|OOS NAME LAW
HKRKHY OIVBN that
j((l. dealring to engage In
I : loua 'I I ill-- "I
II IJ al
. i nauv
of Hi. "llrt o:
ih.
|.i:.\ w; !: smith
r.c. LNOEH
JUS NAME LAW
\' I ha I
III ii- II
8m iK ii MPAN*
UaMea, Florida
name lUi tiu
[I'll. I II I'..Ill t .if | \o|,
uiiiv REYNOLDS,
(> nr.
IS- II
.-s Hid. Miami. Fla.
iiaii. hi)n
NTY JUDGE'S COURT
?OR OAOE COUNTY.
PROBATE NO. 42*33-B
f
HEXDHEIal
TO CREDITORS
i and Mi r-i ann* 11 -
I'.in.i nils Anainft Salil
abi n led .mil rc<|iiir<-d
11 lima and demand-
|a\ h.i\. aga:nal th<
LY liKNDHEIM raw
'ounty, Kliaiida, ti> tin
"i I lade iVuntx, .inil
n Ihell oflli n
lli"jm- in I >a ie i 'mini) .
i i* lit calendar iii"iit M-
"I II"- ., *, ,iu)mU .1,1..11
-inn.- will i.. bai i ad
CSS. trig of the
u.i.y i:;:.\iiiii:i.\i. i.,
I'-TKIX. Ally.
V Miami Beach, Ma.
LtOAL NOTIC1
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DAOE COUNTY. FLOR.OA
No. 40085-B
ItE: ESTATK OK
FRIEDA ROSENBERG,
1 ( ifii -,.,1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NiiTici-: la hereby given thai l have
rued .i rin.ii report and petition for
final I>li h.nn,. a Administratrix wf
the estaii- of FRIEDA ROSUNBKHn
!.,,.,,.. and that on the mth dav of
February. 1.,K, I ||| H|l,,|v ,,, ,,,..
Honorabli Fi ink B I-Awflng. <*"iiiu\
Judge of Dade I'minly. Florida, for ap-
proval of raid final report .....I for
rinal discharge im Administratrix of
the Katate of FRIEDA RUSKNBERU
dacea Had.
"Thl _?th dMjt"bT'TWr.-hili-r T*:,7 '-
KOVNEU I MANN^M?***
H.v: Walter C. Kuvner
Attorneys for Admlnlatratrlx.
l'S-IB-lT-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
tin uii'l) rnisned. desiring to engage in
Im-diieaa under the flrtltloua n
FLOIIIA SCHOOL OK REAL BhTATE
I Ml Ooasreaa Rldg. Intend i" r.-.:
Mar "aid name with the rjerK of the
Circuit Court of Pade Count), Florida
KAY HERMAN,
MARY BKHNSTEIN,
Equal Partners.
1/Z4-J1. 2/7-14.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underai. ,,, to ,n
under the- fl.titloua n -
QILBERT JAY APARTMENTS at Win
Lenox Avenue. Miami Baach, Fla., In-
tan l i" i. rlati r mid ni...... a iih the
leik of tha circuit Court of Bade
' ounty. Florida
FRANCES NOVICK
mjurt k.,m;''is -n"vi,k
,\''" '"'v for Applicant*
}* Jn,'-l" Rd- Ml'""l Beach.-Fla.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
fOTIOE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the i.i,derHiii.-,i. di tiring I,, engaga ,
^Vi"/.'S". '.""'"' "" ',,^>a name of
l.\M APARTMBNT8 at WTO Pine
Tree Drive, Mlaini-Beaeh. Fla., iniend
lo MSMtar aald name with the i'l,., k
or the i'Ii, ,! i ,,, f pa(le o,unty
Forlda. '
MAX .1. I.AXC. ;. Inicrwl
CF.I.i: B. l.ANi;. i Intereat
W.I.UAM I MRFANKnSfl"',,"r"'
Attorney for Apoll.-anta
420 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach. Fla.
1 I "-1, -_'! -:;i.
NOT CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XoiH'h; in IIKKKIIV OIVBN that
the unil, i-Kisiied. denlrlnK to eniraRe In
liu.-iiiees under the flrtlll.rtis n.i.i,, of
l'\Vll> RR.VTAI. LABORATORY at
710 N.W. 140th St.. Miami Intend to
realater mild name with the Clerk of
C'e circuit Court of Bade County.
Florida.
ALBERT HATFI.ICK
PAVID FINBERQ
M \x i: SILVER
Attornev for Anidlcantn
922 Seyhold Bldg.
1/24-31. 2/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
he undersigned, devliinjr to cmraac In
aa under the flrtlttoui nam I (
MOBILE TV KERVICB ni 17! SW
Mil Btreet Inii-mN to re*lFti
nanie with the 1'ieik ,,f ihc Circuit
Court of Bade County, Florida
LoriH ui:tti;u. sole Owner
K'lSSI.Fi; ,v i; v|(
M',.1 n s for AopHcant
I it.
NOT CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'i in is HEREBY OIVBN thai
i ha ii.i. r i:. ned, di "Hinf t" ani
i ii I. fictitious II
I) \f Mli'MKNI'S a! II
I iue. Miami Baach Intend
to ratrhrtei aald name with th,- iM.-ri.
>f I he Circuit Court of I'ade County,
Florida.
OEOROE SIMON
I'l, A It A SIMON
KOVNER MANN RBI MER
Viioin. > for Heorca Clam Simon.
:-i4.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 5SC3S6
I \I'"SHV \ SIMKOW,
Plaintiff,
vs.
C.MII. SIMKOW.
I fen lain.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MM. SIMKOW
I.-.O Ba-t '..Ird Street
Xt w York City. New York
vnr aim: herbiiy iibqciRbTD to
erve a copy of your anxwer to M'r
Contidatal In the abova cauae for dl-
n the I'l ilntlff'a attorney, and
file the oilgl-ial In the office of the
.'l.-'k of ih. I'ir.-uit Court, on or be-
fore Ua :nh iia> of February, l*M,
otborwlaa aald Complaint will he taken
at* con', ned h) yoti.
DATBD, this nith day of Januarv.
i: B l.i: \ I'll IMI.M \ N" Clerk "f tl"
nt Coin 1. I 'ad,- i 'ounty, I
B) it. II. KICK, .lit .
Deputy Clerk.
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
iclii ltd.. Miami Bench* Fla.
1/14-31. J 7-14..
PER ANNIIV
Resources
Over
$112,000,000.00
E
i. M
deral
Savings and Loan Association
LARGEST and OLDEST IN MIAMI BBACH
Lincoln Road at Washington Avenue
Washington Ave. 71st and Harding Ave.
260 Sunny Isles Blvd.
VOIK M \I ST 31 AllJUrX!
NOTICE UNOER
..NOT'' 1-,'S HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalftned. deslrlna; to enKaae In
huHlneaa undei the fictitious n
MARTHA'S MANOR at 2630 S W 19th
Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to rcjciiiter
wild name with the Ciai k of tha Cir-
cuit Court of Hade Count v. Florida
CHARLES II FULLER, a aliiel-
man. and MARTHA V. DETH-
I.OFK. hia naliual mother, a* a
Joint aatate with the rlnht of own-
n.^i.",h.!T ln ,h* ">"Alvor thereof.
BARWBTT IKI.TZ
Attorney for Applicants
914 Concreaa Blda.. Miami 32. Fla.
1/10-17-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42017-A
In RE: Batata of
MORRIH I.ASTKIt
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Atalnst Bald
Bntate:
Yon are hereby notified and requir-
ed lo presi lit an> c aim- an-l il-
which you nut) have naalnal the ,---
late (of MORRIS I.ASTKIt deceaaed
int.- ',1 la.le County. Florida, to tip-
County Judces of Dade County, and
file the -nine In their offices in the
County Courthouse In Dad,- County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first puldicatlon
hereof, or the same will be barred.
OE< >RGE .1 ALBOL'M
PMii.ip ii i.\ ROSALIND SIKCKI.MAX
Bjceculoi s
OEORCK 3 ALBOL'M, Mtv
MS I.im.,In ltd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
I ln-17-24-31.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDLR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBJtEHY fil\ BN that
the iinirerslgned,'ilespiiiK to en;
in- rictitiouM n
ALNEY LETTER AND PRINTING
SERVICE al ISM Alton Road. Miami
Beach ', Fla-, Intanda to realater
said name wild the Clerk of II
cult Court "i Dade County, Florida
. _- __ MILTON BALSAM
I I'l7-21-SI.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
Ills undelalxiied. deelriliK I" 11.;. 11;, n
i* under the fictitious name ol
'A II.si >.\ H TRAILER PARK at >MI
n \\ -Til. Avenue, Miami. Fla., In-
tend* lo r.lnlsiei said ii ime with the
(Jerk of ih- Circuit Court Dada
r"uui>, Florida.
._______ UrTTIB M'HiM.HAX
MAX K SILVER
Attoiri.y f..r Appll, ,,ut
tit Saybold Bldr. Miami,
1/IO-17-24-3J.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Mth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 207117
11KKM \x COHEN,
Plaintiff.
BERNARD M. BHOTKIN and
Hoard OF TRADE, Florida
Corporation.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, KKItXAltD M BHOTKIN anil
BOARD OF TRADE, I Florida c.,r-
Iioratlon. all u hose resldencea aie un-
:nnwn. are required to file vour an-
swer to tin- ii,,lii"i-s bill with tin-
Clerk of the above Court and serve
a Copy thereof up.m Herman Colon
Attornev. ijoi Cottflraaa Bulldlnc, Ml
"..... ( ii- on or Before February
I I. II' .V !-, i re ii:,,i I,ill i|| |
taken as confessed. Dated Januarv
, II.18.
M. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
L. A. CLBARE, Deputy Clerk
I/10-17-I4-I1.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTfCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, d. siring to engage in
buslnesa under the iictitious name of
COLONIAL Wdal.LPAPKR A ORBKT-
rNO r\lin CO al SI Blarayne
Blvd.. Miami. 11a., Intends to register
aid nfcme with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida
DONALD K COMBBN, Sole Owner.
OBOROB J. ALBOI'M
Attorney for Applicant
60J Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla.
1/10-17-34-81.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NONCE IS HBRKRY OIVEN that
the iindcrslcned, dealring to engage In
milsnesa under the fktitlnus names ,,f
METRO CABS; METROPOIJTAN
CA11S: MKTRO TAXIS METROPOL-
ITAN TAXIS at 2300 N.W. s:',id Ter-
race. .Miami, intends to reKister aald
name- with the Clerk of the ClroUll
Court of l>ade County. Klori.la.
RICHARD KENNEDY
1/17-21-31. 2/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the under.-luned. desiring I" engage In
hi inder the fictltloua name "i
LOv-RORE SHIRT CO., al 1*011 N w
Jth Vveaue, Miami, Intenda to reglater
i lo- i';, i k of the Cir-
cuit Court < Dad.- County, Florida.
l.i III BTALLINUS
MEYER M HUM l.i \XT
|)| VS for ,\pp||. .1111
ShiH-cland Hldg.
NOT'CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
JtOTICK is HKRKHY OIVBN that
the un,i, r-i-ue-l. desiring to engage.In
hu*lnei ie f lit >
PENNY HOMES al ilffN E 178th >'i
N. Miami lie oh Intend loi'i
a iih the < 'lerk of i'"- i 'ii. ii it
i oin t of 11."'.- i 'nine Florida.
K" if: r W M.i.Acii
BARBARA WALLACH
FT VXI i:v M I IM n
Attorney for Amilli ante
Ml Seyhold Hid*.
1/21-Si. I 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th:
Hi, underalaned, lo engage In
hiialneaa un tit loua n
STEERS RES'I Vl'RANT at !* ""ol-
lln Av.. Miuni Reach Intenda !
I name with the Clei k of
t -nit Court o County,
Florida
LBBTJ KH INC Florida Corp.
Owner
KLB KKSSLFR
V '.....
Ml Sell."Id Hldg.
,14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IIV (JIVBN that
ii, on i nir to enenge In
I ESI ll-r s H VRBKR SHOI"
i '.,Uin- \l ia ml It.- o Ii. l-'loi Ida
io reglsti ime with the
clerk of u
i Ida.
l.i, this
16th day of Jai
i.i:.-i.ii' PRINCZ
Fill DKitlCK N
Xttol-nev '
l,lg.
1/14-11,2/7-14.
.N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42287-B
lu RE: Katate "f
hay PHILLIPS
1 lecea.-ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All C editors an.I All Peraoau II v-
Ing ciM|,B or Demanda Agalnal Bald
i:-i.,i,
you are hereby nuiified and
ed lo pie-ent any claims an I demauida
which you ma) have against the
.stale ,,f RAY PHILLIPS d<
i ii .-( Dada County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dada cbunt]
Mil Ihl lie ,n III. : in the
County Courthouse In Dad.- County*.
Florida, within eight calendai month*
from the ii...... I i. fn-i publ
hereof, or th< aaina will be barred.
SAMUEL I HBIMA.N
ALBERT E. LICHTEN8TE1N
itora of the Bntate "f RAI
PHILLIPS, Deceaaed
MTERS. IIKIMAX ,L- KAPLAN
Attorneya Eleven Flft) Huiiiiing
- W. 1st St., Miami. Fla.
17-24
mammmum
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
_+3eisl thridlicin
solicits towt legal notlcs*.
Ws appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Phone FR 4-4366
lor messenger service)
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ISA)KREBY MIVKN that
the uuderaig'iiedT desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the flctltloui name ,,:
MAI.A I.IHMil. 'oilliis Am
nue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intenda i"
reglatel aald name with (he Clerk of
the Circuit Com t pi Hade County,
Florida
GAI.A LOUNGE, INC.
1/17-24-11.2/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgrned, dealring lo en:.
luisineaa under (he fictltloua name of
-.....V FASHION8 at ISO Xormandy
Drive, Miami lleach. Intends to ie-
, id name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt of Dade County, Flu-Ida
.IOSBPII DENKER, Sole owner
KKSSi.KR OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
I99S B.W. 1st St.
l/S-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVBN that
the uaderatgned, dealring to engage in
i,-i '. i',, i;, i loua name of
ANTOINETT1 s BKAl'TY SALON at
.11 B.W, Kh Avenue. Miami, l-'la.. In-
tends i" i gl rlth the
..... i iii ol i lade
County, Fl .
JOSBPHINH WHITE
1/3-1"-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HKKKHY (SIVHN that
ned, de.-ii Ing l
I- lie 'lie "I
Hilil-Ys MKT at K
' I
name with the Clerk of
. Flo Ida.
It KAN vl.'l K Ti'H M'K
PEGGY I'liHACK
It.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 58C 21S
I l.i IRA D 8UPWORTH,
Plaintiff.
JAMBS BLBERT oRR. and
JULIE MAK 'Hit, his wife,
and ALL PI'IM'uSI-; MIAN COM-
PANY, a Florida corporation,
Defendants
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: JAMBS BLBBRT ORK
Allllle-s uukiiov. II
JULIE MAB ORK. his wife
Addreaa unl.nown
TOU, AND BACH OF YOU, AHB
HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a -
plain) to Forectosa 1-len has been fil4J|
agalnal you and other parlies in tlta
.,l,\. ityled Court on or about Jan-
uary I". IMS.
Thai the Foreclosure of Lien la
agalnal the following deecribed pi
Let R. hi.. ', v of BUNCHH PARK,
acoording to the Plat tbereol
crd.d iii Plal Hook .'.". al H --
M of th.- PubhV Records of I
County, Florida, together ih
tiir-nit in and furnishings Mi-
ami Imp ro v amenta thereon.
TOU AND BACH (>F VuC AHB
HEREBY NOTIFIED to aerve a -
of your Anewer or any other
I,, thj i'"npl.iltit of the Hlalntiff on
BBKiBL TBITELMAN, Attorneya
for the Plaintiff, I(M Blacayna Build-
ing, Miami U, Florida, ani file the
original thereof on or before the llth
da' "i Fein nan I
DATED, al Mlai Florida, this lOtfc
das "t Januao. ISM
E B LBATHBRM \\. Cli
Or. ult Com i. I '.ol.- i '.cmi.
By \V.\l. W 8TOCKINO,
l>e|.
1/I7-2I-".!. 2 7____ .________^_^^
NOTICE UNDER
* FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY (3IVBN that
ihe undersigned. ,l,-ir ng lo engage tat
l.usln, ; the fictitious ngnie of
DIXIE 8ANDW nil SHOP at
i-i Avenue, fcllaml, Intenda i.....-.
.i .1 nam, with ih, Cl.-i-k ot ihe Cir-
cuit Court of I'."le Count] I'
STEAK, DOLLAR NINETEEN, INC.
LEW1HON .V- FREW
Attorneya foi Applicant
'.'-. W Final, r Si.
l/17-24-::i, 2'7
________________________________________ ii*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY OIVBN that
the uadaralgnad, deairing to eiagaga in
bualneaa under the tic titloua name- M
LUCKY NINE STOREB; I.CCKT
NINE at ZS4W N.W. 7th Avenue, Mi-
anil. Intends to reglater said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Com t et
I >,nie I 'onnl Florida.
LUCKY NINE, INC I'l H>.
By Man I H Park, l'n-
MICHAEL M ISKNBERO
Attorney for Applicant
1412 Ain-I.i I'.ldg.
1 IT-I4-S1,
NOTICE UNDER
. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NfJTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iinil.i-lu-ned. desiring to engage In
huslness under Ihe fictltloua nam. | f
CENTRAL DRY CIJCANERS at H'ltl
Central Blvd., Miami Fla. Intenda to
Clei of
.ii,mi Conn of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL KAPLAN, Sole Oarw r
I It
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NI I'lic IS HBRKm HIV1 IN 'hat
the un -in
liualn,-.- i,n I, i i Ii.
I' s SLICIN ; MACHINES \M\M1
,i -i; \ Ml I Av, Miami Fla In-
tenda i" regleter said name v.llh tbe
clerk "f ihe circuit Court of D
clIARl BS V. SPINGARN
MIl.TiiX \ FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Vpol-cant
B llding.
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...SOCIALITE
tL
W
ovnan s
ewja
Inheriting Miami's cold winds recently arc
Julius and Birdie Habar, from New York City, cur-
rently at the James hotel Juliut is the author
of "Odyssey of an American Zionist," the very
readable and interesting saga of his participation
in Zionist activities over the years The Habers
will spend another two weeks in this sunless clime,
|h they will go on to Israel to visit their children and
ren.
Israel Haifa, to be exact ivMm Bella
ps spending her vacation visiting with her uncle and aunt,
lents Bernard and Ren** Forgan, of 7301 Harding ave.
also spending time with other relatives, year-rounders
retta Solomon, of 601 85th St. .
fill and attractive Bella was formerly on the staff of
nous Dan hotel, of the Miami combine of Dan Ruskin,
ricdland and Max Orovitz Like many Israeli girls,
prved in the Israel Army.
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, of 2952 SW 15th St., are
joying the visit here of their daughter, Naomi, and her
a year, Irving Abramowitx Naomi and Irving, who
from New York, went first to Havana They'll be
(Jan. 27 .
ct is a member of the staff of the Dade County Tax
office His Ethel is director of nursery schools tor
ami Jewish Community Center.
winter visitors Jack and Anna Levine are down from
. They're at the Revere hotel Biggest attraction
|ther sea nor surf, but their children, Morris and Pearl
331 SW 18th st. Morris is on the staff of Mt. Nebo...
ps even a bigger attraction are their grandchildren. 1V
irmm and seven-year-old Flora, who will have a birth-
Jack and Anne, who will stay through the beginning
[are also getting a look, for the first time*, at their chil-
\-completed new home.
greater Miami Hebrew Academy will hold their tenth
dinner this Sunday night a the Fnntain-*blo-u hotel
Cohen is dinner chairman, with gracious Jennie Gross-
co-chairman ... A large attendance is anticipated.
Miitico, a composition for viola by Joel Bolov, chair-
University of Miami school of music string department,
iy performed in Charlottesville, Va., by noted violist
. Mr. Doktor has been soloist for many years at the
Bstival Critics went overboard in their praise of him
in the United States and Europe -
Wor also gave the first radio performance of the corn-
winter in New York, during station WNYC's annual
Music Festival .
audiences have had the opportunity to hear this and
r. Belov's viola works played in concert here by Victor
of the music school faculty, and Joseph Tarpley, asso-
of the school of music.
Is are offering best wishes and congratulations to Dr.
|hi, who was installed recently as president of the Dade
Jical Asmi. ... Dr. Zivitz is a member of Temple
(neon and miscellaneous shower was given for bride-to-be
n, of Coral Gables, in the Algiers hotel on Jan. 18 .
.s Mrs. Arthur AppUbeum, of 1491 Lincoln ter.. who is
friend of the groom-to-be, Joseph L. Ginsberg, of Miami
I Judy and Joe will be wed Jan. 26. also at the Algiers ...
'out-of-town came guests Mrs. John R. Merrier, Mr*. J.
Saul Bernstein, Mrs. Bertie Tames, and Mrs. Michael
(.New Yorkers ill Judy's mother, Mrs. Dan Loviton,
tr. Mrs. Sam Ginsberg, his grandmother, Mr*. Seme Bresv
[aunt, Mrs. Joseph Rote, were present ... All the way
, North Dakota, came Mrs. Bertha Paper .
were decorated with pastel-colored parasols and pink
pink and silver candles.
e
grandson has arrived for the Joseph Linns Little
n ... His parents are Mr. end Mrs. Leonard Jacobs.
ge announced ... Mr. end Mrs. Philip Kermer, of 4430
have announced the marriage of their daughter,
[and Sidney Herman Sidney is the son of Mrs. Fannie
[ Jamaica, Long Island, and the late Jeremiah Norman ...
ding was held Jan. 13 at the Algiers hotel ... The
pie will live in New York City.
lorrit Rubin, of 4494 Adams ave.. had several of her
or luncheon and cards Jan. 18 at the Algiers Special
decor were the "old gold" candles in large silver
are about 25 neighbors in the Bayside Apartments who
things together Latest in their group parties was
[given by Mrs. Nathan Adler, of 910 Bay dr., in the
Je room The gossamer butterfles clinging to the
pink gladioli on the tables were a conversation piece
nybody ever needs a conversation piece, when women
.millem Siegel, of 1100 Venetian way, entertained for her
kt- Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg of Chicago, at a brunch at the
el last week Mrs. Rosenberg was introduced to Mrs.
ends, including Mrs. Tod Guterman, Mrs. Sam Sch-
i M. Mayper, Mrs. Yale Levemon, Mrs. M. Berelihelmor
Mvin Opponhelmer Also on hand to meet her were
*l. Mrs. Harry Goodman, Mrs. B. Gladstone and Mrs.
Istein .
up joined the Hadassah Book Review meeting in the
their brunch.
Thr Jewish Floridiqun
Miami. Florida, Friday. January 24, 1958
Section B
MKS. BIKNAKD SJtVtNS
Academy Dinner
Reception Group
Announced Here
Reception committee for Sun-
day night's tenth anniversary din-
ner of the Hebrew Academy at the
Fontainebleau hotel was announced
Wednesday by Wolfie Cohen and
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. co-chair-
men of the function .
Mrs. Benjamin Appel. president
of the Hebrew Academy Women,
is chairman of hostesses for the
wife of the school's honorary pres-
ident, and Mrs. Harry Genet, scr-
uff air, with Mrs. David Andron,
ving as her co-chairmen.
Members <>r the coramtRee Inrluda
Mr. ml Mr- Knman l.una. Mi. and
Mrs. Charles Km. in nan. Mr. and Mra.
Ilnn> I evil I. I'liiiiK'Mrii.in Marcle l.i-
bormaji, Mr. ami M a. Jaefc Satin, Mi
an I Mr- Samuel Rclnharri, Mr. and
Mii. Herman Beach, Mr. and Mra
i:.>. in.. 'i Rubin, Mr. and Mra. Jac .'i
Kaufman. Mr un>l Mr- Daniel Broad.
Mi. anil Mrs. Max Sili.ili.-ri:. Mr .mil
Mra trvlnj I-ii Ii-I. Mr. an.. .Hi., .\la.v
K;iini.l. Mr anil Mrs. I...in- Merwli-
xer. Mr. and Mm. M<.--. GrUltOWerg,
Mr. and Mia Joseph laaaoi, Mr ami
Mra. Joaeph Coken, Mr. anil Mra. lai-
dure Spoiler, Mr and Mra. Hoi floM.
man and Mr. ami Mra. Sidney Rubln.i-
wUs.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ap|ie1, Mr.
and Mr.-, Charles Render. VI. and Mra.
Adolf Blank. Oftl I>. Kudley Rrodte.
Mr. and Mrs. Juda ln.-ini. Ml an.i
Mra. Morrli Hunter, Mr. anil Mia
Harry r'lelda. Mr. and Mra. Martin
(iene't. Mr. and Mia Raid ilenet. Mr.
and Mia. lieu Boa i.lnaliunt. slid Mr.
and Mr-. Maurice QoMriae,.
Others liulude Mr. and Mia Jnaeph
Donahi.r, Mr. and Mra. Herald (ir-.-n-
I" ix. Mr. and Mra. Maurice ilni-mnim.
Mr. and Mra. Hyman Jabkm. Mr. MM
Mrs. Harry Knretxky. Mr. and Mrs.
William Kesfdenian. Mr. and Mrs. lai-
d.u Kramer. Mr. and Mra. C.eorne Klm-
mel. I'r. and Mrs. Roliert l.lt.mlix. Mi
and Mra. Oscar Mainher. Mr and Mrs.
Alex Miller. Mr. and Mra. Morris H
Miller. Mr. Hnd Mra Abniliam Mii-lm
and Mr. and Mra. Ilenrv IVnrtuuirkv.
Ala... Mr. and Mrs. Mux llnlua. Mr.
and Mrs. Mow. II l:-.enhouae. Mr.
and Mra. Julius RosenMeln. Mr and
Mra. Sam Rosner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Kakola. Mr and Mra. Hyman Sand-
ier. Rev. and Mra. .Ii.-ei.h Shanlr.. Mr
and Mrs. MorrN W. Welnhent. Rabbi
nnd Mra. Ilenrv WVrnli-k. Mr. and
Mra. Nat Wolf and Mi. and Mrs. Jo*
ZaIN.
Trustees Inr'ode Mr. and Mra ll -
man Berman. Mr. and Mra. !.> '!-
van. Mr. and Mrs Morris norton, Mr
and Mra. I. B. J.ieidsion, and Mr. and
Mrs. Al Kevelaon.
Play's the Thing
At Chapter Meet
The play will be the thing when
North Shore chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, meets Monday noon at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Highlight of the short business
session will be a vote of thanks to
Miss Aids Yaslow. noted concert
pianist, for her performance at
the chapter's annual luncheon and
fashion show.
A skit sot to music, written by
Presidents Cup' Tourney at Westview;
Resnicks, Meyer to be Honored Sunday
A two-day golf tournament this weekend at Westview Country Club
will precede an informal buffet dinner dance and cocktail party Sun-
day evening.
The tournament begins Saturday morning for men only and has
been designated as the "President's Cup"
Main feature of the Sunday evening informal will be to honor Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Resnick and Ferde Meyer for their "outstanding efforts"
in behalf of the renovation and beautification of Westview Country Club.
They will be awarded special plaques by the club in brief cere-
monies.
'New Horizons' Tea Chairmen Told;
Town/Beach Luncheons Unlimited Eyed
Mrs. Bernard Stevens, chairman
of the Miami campaign in behalf
of the big Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. Wednesday announced the
name of hotesses for the unique
CJA "New Horizon" Tea.
The second fund-raising function
of the CJA Women's Division will
be held Tuesday. Feb. 4. at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Sok-
oloff. 717 N. Greenway dr.. Coral
Gables.
Hostesses were appointed by New
Horizon chairman Mrs. George
Graham, and include the Mes-
dames Arthur Sokoloff. Meyer A.
Baskin. Aaron K a n n e r, Moe
Feingold. Joel Meyer, Emanuel
Smith, and Sam Weissel.
The steering committee include*
the Mesdames Jack Amazon. Mel-
vin L. Becker, Louis Coverman.
Daniel Cravitt, Jack Emmer, Mil-
ton A. Friedman, Elliot Gordon,
Charles Gottlieb. Allan Greenber^,
Aaron Kravitz, Lee Lebow, Ralph
Leidner, Sam Lubin. S'anley C.
Myers. Sidney Pozen, Marvin Rau-
zin. Howard Rosen. Israel Shapoff,
Peritz Scheinberg, Benedict Silver-
man, Lawrence Singer, Harold
Thurman. William Weintraub and
Melvin Weinkle.
Mrs. Aaron Farr, Women's Div-
ision campaign chairman, said
Wednesday plans are Uking shape
for the Town and Beach Lunch-
eons Unlimited. These will be fol-
lowed by Women's Division part-
icipation in a county-wide door-
to-door solicitation effort to help
bring the 1958 CJA drive to its goal.
Mrs. Epstein Will
Be Guest Speaker
Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, of New
York, member of the Zionist Act-
ions Committee and former chair-
man of the American affairs pro-
gra mof Hadassah. will be prin-
cipal speaker at the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal -New Horizons" Tea
Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sokoloff. 717
N. Greenway dr., Coral Gables.
Mrs. Epstein has just returned
from a visit to Israel, where she
assessed the numerous programs
Una need by the United Jewish Ap-
peal in rescue and resettlement of
refugees.
A former national president of
Hadassah. she has traveled
throu .Soul the United States for
more than three decades to inter-
pret to the American people the
aims and aspirations, first of the
Jewish community in Palestine,
and in more recent years, of the
State of Israel.
Mrs. FrarvV Currier and Mrs. Ed-
ward Dwchin, and directed by
Mrs. Cuttler, will be presented.
The amateur cast will include
the Mesdames Charles Barlly,
Max Benkowitz, S. David Cohen,
urns, mosis tpsrtm
Busy Hadassah
Schedule Planned
A busy day's schedule lies in
store for Mrs. Moses P. Epstein,
former national president of Hadas-
sah. upon h.T arrival in Miami.
Monday. Feb. 3. she will serve
as guest speaker at separate mem-
bership functions to be given both
by the Miami and Miami Beach
chapters of Hadassah.
First on her agenda is a chap-
ter-wide coffee to bo held at Mi-
ami chapter at 9:30 a.m. in the
Louis Wolfson auditorium of
Temple Israel.
The program will include an
original musical comedy skit, and
the honoring of both new and life
members of all groups comprising
the Miami chapter.
Mrs. Epstein will then cross the
bay to attend the Miami Beach an-
nual "Queen for a Day" member-
ship celebration at Miami Beach
auditorium at 12:30 p.m.
The afternoon's festivities will
include crowning of the "Queen,"
the woman who has brought in the
most new members, and her ladies-
in-waiting.
There will also be a salute to
life members and an Israeli fashion
show in honor of Israel's tenth an-
niversary, featuring 21 creations
from the Hadassah-sponsored Alice
Seligburg High School, to be shown
here for the first time.
Harry Dickert, Morris Goodman,
William Horowitz, Michael Kahn.
Aaron Kapit, Maurice Kaufman,
Ann Lazarus.
The Mesdames Jerome Marshak.
Al Mechlowitz, Frank Menkes, Ab-
raham Newmark, Arthur Rose,
Richard Schwartz, Al Schwartz
and Michael Wilder.
Card games are scheduled for
the remainder of the afternoon.
Mrs. Lester Arkin is president of
the chapter.




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kuary 24. 1959
3-B
tall Committee in High Gear;
tairmen OK Posts for Feb. 14 Fete
Reynolds was named
j the 1958 Jewel Ball to
plteart Fund drive, and
Miami Beachite prom-
a heart-dinger."
fb. H at the Eden Roc's
)in, the annual dinner-
spectacular is shooting
School
ation Listed
pmester registration for
ptursery schools of the
imi Jewish Community
announced this week
Solomon Kann, county
Cho.il committee chair-
Iren can be enrolled at
450 SW 16th ave.. Mi-
[Bay rd., Miami Beach;
th ave., N. Miami.
tation service to home
available at all schools
Lain geographical limits.
Southwest and Beach
cause of the added pres-
jis time of the year creat-
(employment of working
Idditional facilities are
l)lc for a full-day pro-
Kann said. This all-day
Deludes the preparation
pd lunch for the child,
jrmation can be obtain-
ig nursery school super-
Maurice Grossman.
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NOW
You Can Drink
AllTho
Iced Tea You
Want
WITHOUT
Gaining A Single
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Mains rood Store*
Kesner oiid is Aa*r*ve*
Union of Orth*de>
lish Ceaarcaetiees.
for a capacity turnout and a glit-
tering representation of South Flor-
idians "for maximum fun and fund-
raising," the new chairman said.
"Of course, there'll be no fund-
raising at the affair, but all monies
derived from ticket contributions
will go towards meeting this year's
Heart goal."
-
Mrs. Albert Pick and Mrs. Id-
die Boardman accoptod co-chair-
manship of the Valentin* Day
. function *t ahawfieet^Jewel ball
committee meeting over the
weekend, while Mrs. Robert Id-
wards end Mrs. William Husted
volunteered to head the sub-com-
mittee on "Jewels."
Assured of Joe E. Lewis and the
beauteous Marie MacDonald as
headliners of the Eden Roc show,
Mrs. Reynolds immediately started
work on getting additional acts "so
that the show will outdazzle the
brilliance of the mult-million dollar
gem display." She mentioned Bing
Crosby and Frank Sinatra as pos-
sible "Heart Ambassadors" to the
ball.
Committee volunteers and work-
ers already include the Mesdames
Sam Belcher. Bess Canavan, John-
son Davis. Robert Z. Greene, John
Haynsworth, Richard K. Lackey,
Abe Lincoln, Leo F. Mahan, Spratt
Mangus, Margaret Belcher Mc-
Cleod. Charles Morehead. Claude
Pepper, Jean Jones Perdue. Ralph
Smith, Julio Sanchez. Roy Schech-
ter. P. L. Snyder, Ed Parker, Sara
Holland, Curtis Haggard, James
Leybourne and Prentice Mangus.
Ladies Elect
Mrs. Eisenstein
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein has been
elected president of Kneseth Israel
Congregation.
Other officers elected at a recent
meeting include the Mesdames
Laura Weinstock, Louis Dublin,
Gizella Weiss, Toby Jaffe and Sadie
Kellison, vice presidents.
The Mesdames Frances Ullian,
-treasurer; Lena Popkin, financial
secretary; Regina Basil, recording
secretary; Ida Finestone, j;orres-
ponding secretary; and Celia Rup-
pert and Fanny Sirot, chairmen of
affairs.
and Mrs. Jonah ('apian and Rev.
and Mrs. Jacob Kfltz.
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Travelers to Israel
To be Honored Here
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami will honor Isaac
Hamlin at a meeting Wednesday
evening at the Seville hotel.
Ehiel Lesowoder, president, said
the following will be honored dur-
ing the meeting on the eve of their
departure to Israel:
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Powell,
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilensky,
Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Krantz, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Mintzes. Mrs. Lena
Notkin, and Dr. and Mrs. Isaac
I'Merman.
Mr. and Mrs. Lesowoder are also
leaving for a trip to the Jewish
State.
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Judeans Wondering
"Do we or don't we like the
chemisethe new fashions?"
Sisterhood members of Temple
Judea will make that decision when
they view their own members
modeling them at a coffee and
fashion show Wednesday from 11
to 2.
They will gather at the home of
Mrs Sidney Langer, 4209 Granada
blvd Coral Gables, for a style re-
view by Minna Lee. Mrs. Jack
Thaler will be commentator.
The shew is being planned by
Mrs. Charles Rosa meld as chair-
man mnd Mrs. Henry Hammer*
smith as co-chairman
Sisterhood members who will
brave the scrutiny and critical eye
of their friends and members are
Mrs. Allen Benjamin. Mrs. Ira
Goedfriend, Mrs. Charles Green-
berg, Mrs. Herbert Katz, Mrs. Jos-
eph Krevitz. Mrs. Jay Mellow. Mrs.
Martin Nash. Mrs Al Sokall. Mrs.
Jack Somberg, Mrs. Ralph Novak,
Mrs. Max Temchin, Mrs. Warren
Zundell.
Tickets will be sold at the door
or through Mrs. Benjamin Trup-
kin, chairman of fund raising. Mrs.
Ben Kazan is Sisterhood president.
Hapoel Hamizrachi Chapter
To Meet Saturday Evening
Local chapter of Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi will meet Saturday evening
at Beth Israel Congregation.
Program will feature news from
the Jewish world by Rabbi Morris
Horovitz.
Herbert Berger will speak on
Revitalizing of Jewish Tradition
in Hapoel Hamizrachi Settle-!
ments." The film, "Israel 1957,"
will also be shown.
Hosts for the evening are Rabbi
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mm MM March of Dimes Seeks
local polio
k. in
and mil continue
"Oar hi,
'hSS c7n retinue IU work, to tation of' looWfeiJ*
M camp
; under way. and will continue Urns .till on the acthj
Jan 31, Robert Ptln1. NaUonal Founds *
manager. Mid this here. We must help thr
of Dimes fund-, to rtsttjj
ih. 1958 climes fund- being sell n, .
,!..,-> not have a citizens," deary stti~
&\ Dance Group
Vatuwal Foundation _
r Infantile Paralysis marking is
. b service. 1 know tha
- uiil ,-i_te-*">< vssrete^n^'nHo -
*n r ^
;; By Mask Festh
Beth Rcohael Congregation Sisterhood recent-
ly installed following otiicers: Seated .left to
right! ere Mesdamei Julius Scpero, Arie Beck-
er, Perl Kneoer and Harry Corenield. S"
inq ere Mesdcmes Sam Botfen Ado
ml, Ethel Bei
. Sarah Levin.
MISS SANDK FtOCEl
Zion Sisterhood
In 'Bazaarniva!1
Temple Zion S.sterhood is plan-
ning a family fun day for every-
Sunday, Fib. 2. nith a "Bj-
zaarnivaL"
The fund-raising project will be
at the femi ..-. 5720 SVY 17th
Kick-off for the combination car-
nival and bazaar will -
day evening, Fi in con-
junction v ith the "Bazaarniva!"
Day will
be c
ony.
Miss Froge! Hosts
Young Adult Groups
last weekend to M
ig adult groups in Gn
Miami
cfficer* and their dates of the
your.- "laI
they might be. r acquaint-
ed v. ith each other on a social '
Hiss Frogi I is pn si lent oi the
Jewish Young Adult Counci
South Florida All
Council also attended.
Council i~ now stai I work
on its annual project for thr I
bined Jewish Appeal. Volunl
will soon be working with < J
solicitation in : i
For the third year, Council will
form the Young Adult Division of
CJA to solicit funds from mem-
bers of the area's Young Adult
organizations. Mar. 2 will be the
highlight of the Council's drive.
On that evening, the Presidents
Ball will be held iur the third yeai
The president of each young aduit
iroup will vie fur the title ol "Pres
dent of the Year." M.- I
SI president ol the Miami group ol
Junior Us n lh till)
year
1 are vice
Irwin S temple
\ sduHs Mere
tery, Elinor Bogish, i;
Vi'i.. and Harriett
Iman, M.. :p 0|
Junior Hadassah.
'
from
Community Center.
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. i m w. inste n i- book
:
.'airmanship of
v. i intraiib. and
Pentland
A. J. "Jack" Cleary, local polio
chapter chairman, also appealed
for support, pointing out that
during ItSI th chapter paid Hf
15 post-pelia operations and fur-
nished over 4 <** physical ther-
apy treatments for patients
stricken in former years; cared
for sin completely immobile pa-
tients; and paid for 39.0M Salk
polio vaccini shots given free te
yourg adults who could not af-
ford to pay a doctor.
posej
' "'<
annual
' ar
Cr r WVsssI
program eeordinalei
The festival will Ukei
day night. Fen 23. i\ T
rael under th aiispjen.
Greater Ifianti Jewish
Center.
Dancers w o will be i,
tinfl this presentation
Jaanatta Hunt, Dolores
Ada Glasser and John I
inal dance in'
music at the
val.
* 'ek bv
Mrs. Schein. hon|a3
year* director ol modern
Hunter College is now ool^
.llk_^ ulty of the I im TSitJ of Mag]
r> id that, although overj-1<|o {^^ d-nce etf"
TOO.txm Salk vaccine shots have GMJCC.
iven here in the pa-4 two, rhf lirf)(] moU| wu
re still over 100.000 this year in keeping with tail
people in Dade county eligible for of the festival concert.
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January 24. 1958
+Jmlsl>fhrM>n
5-B
Monticello Women to Meet
Mollie Kahancr Ladies' Auxiliary
of Monticcllo Park Jewish Center
will meet Feb. 5 at the Center. Jan-
uary meeting of the auxiliary fea-
tured "Catalina Cuties," with 14
members acting as models.
Rvmmrje Sols Friday
8 -tcrhood of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center will hold a
runniUiP .sale Friday from 8 a.m.,
at Steven's market, 62nd st. and
27th ave. In charge ot pick up is
Miss Mae Goldman.
California Fashions To Invade Miami
-.:*.

Ambas3cdor and Mrs. Abba Eban will be guests o!
Independence Ball, which will climax Israel Bond
nee at Fontainebleau hotel Feb. 6 to 8.
al
is to be Guests of Honor When
Israel Bonds Convene Here Feb. 8
isador Abba Eban and Mrs
be guests of honor at an
lence Ball to be held in the
ballroom of the Fontaine-
Eel Saturday, Feb. 8, un-
kuspices of the State of Is-
pds Organization.
Ill will climax the three-
rnatioDal conference that
together 1,700 delegates
ir cities in Canada, the
pt tcs and Latin America.
have also been receiv'ed
Idie Cantor, chairman of
trtainment committee, in-
fthat an outstanding list of
ers will be present at the
itor will be unable to at-
luse of his health.
is also announced from
Iry headquarters of tho
ree, which havo boon sot
Washington avo., that
fir Amit, chiof of tho It-
ny's "0" Branch, and Dr.
tSheba, personal physician
and confidant of Promior David
Ben-Gurion, era also flying horo
for tho conforonco.
They will address the plenary
session which will open the confer-
eqce Thursday,. Feb. 6.
A man who has spent almost 21
years of his life ia the military ser-
vice of Palestine and Israel, Gen.
Amit formerly commanded Israel's
Southern Sector, and is a veteran
of the War of Liberation and of the
Haganah. He was'responsible for
the final version of all operational
bailie plans used by Israel during
the Sinai campaign.
In 1948. Dr. Sheba effected the
escape to Israel of scores of people
from Cyprus, where thousands of
Jews had been interned by the
British as "illegal" immigrants.
Diroctor since 1953 of tho Tol
Has. omer Hospital, which cares
for military, civilian and UN
roods. Dr. Shaba is well known
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to many Americans as a result of
his appearance on tho Drew
Pearson television show which
was filmed in Israel. Ho has
treated and remained close
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v-li a-vt Dan-y Kaye, among
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An exhibition of ten years of Is-
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.ille htel Sunday night, also under
the auspices of the State of Israel
Bond Organization. The exhibit
will reiiect development of Israeli
irts and crafts during the past ten
years.
The entire conference has been
designed as a salute to the State
of Israel, which next month cele-
brates its 10th anniversary.
"Florida! Here Comes Califor-
nia!" is the theme of an unusual
and provocative Sisterhood day
luncheon planned by Temple Beth
Sholom for Wednesday, at the Al-
giers hotel.
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Marie Reid. dis'ineuished swim
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Miami Beach to be guest of honor
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Off to Atlanta for the Conference
of th3 Southeast Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods (bis w
are seven dele ates oi toe Temple
Israel Sisterhood.
Mrs. Aaron Kanner president oi
the Sisterhood, will attend a!on;
with Mesdames Joseph Ruilner.
Joseph Williamson, and Jack Lev-
Icjtf, vice presidents.
Membsrs of the national board
Mrs. Leopold Schwartz, Mrs.
JVur.am KJbley, a"d Mrs. Jaclc
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Mn Ben amin l Ka u'"1
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Hiss Vniik., Ii ector of
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Haskell Lazere newly
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American Jewish Congress, will be
luced 11 the combined groups.
tor and member
VVhitehouse Coafc,
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vice president of H
Miami. Howard iwj
ei discussion on numan n-....... legal panel. Amer^j?,'
issues today was. presented by ties Union; Re, SJ^
, i.nti Deiamation league coin- director, Wcstmbassal
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Meeting oi Tziona chapter, Mis-
rachi Women's Organization of
America, was held Tuesday at the
home el Mrs. Kal Taxon. of 442">
Alton rd, Miami Beach.
Officer- elected for the J
1957-1898 art' Mrs. Murray Bsffco-
wMz, president; Mrs. Ted Laadec
man, first vice president, Mrs.
Kai Taxon, second vice president;
Mrs. Morris Waldnian. correspond-i
in seenl.iry; Mrs Joseph Mur
ray. recortlin': secretary; and
Mrs. Sam Waldman. financial sec-
rerary and treasurer.
Basic program of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America
is the building of a traditionally re
ligious Israel, religious guidance,
social adjustment, physical tare
and academic and vocational
training of youth in Israel.
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the five residence districts, with
board members and school admin
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discussions and answer questions
'Dade countians who wish 10
discuss any phase of the school
program or curriculum are invtod
to attend," according to Dr C K.v-
mond Van Dusen, chairman of the
board.
The series of meetings Sis intti
tutid upon ihe netnaeaBdatioa of
Mi-. Helen.. Vosloh. Mu..
board member. h''b
It is anlicipated that such mat-
NTS OS us. of school grounds for
public recreation program,
course requirements, *nd the 12
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WILLIAM WHNTKAUB
Instruction Slated
lasso* jt i.atin American
Ind bridge instruction are
f>rmed at the Beach
the Grciter Mnmi Jew-
1 unity Center, 1538 Bay
cs are open to both mem-
members of the Cen-
feft Speaker
Op w-'lians. of the
nit of Records of Dade
' sneak on "Youth Ver-
at the monthly brunch
lf the Men's Club of Tem-
Sholom Sunday, 10:30
Drding to Dr. Meyer Egg-
n.lrnt. David Drucker is
of the program commit-
club. which sponsors the
rtivities program of the
Mystery Guests Wilt
rise Attendees
At Fashion Show
B*th Divid ?isrho'v',< | and fashion show Wednesday at
Westview Country Club will feature
three w irld renowned mystery
guestsrenowned as zanies of the
stage, screen and television.
But the wood's not out who they
are, according to Mrs. William A.
Weintraub, chairman, "or rather,
we won't say who they are. We
want everyone to be pleasantly sur-
| pitsetf:-"'------ ~
And "everyene" I to bt a
large number of woman, because
Westview't facilities are already
over subscribed to the affair,
which will feature fashions by
Hartley'* with Coronet models.
Music will be by the Eddie Green
Trio. Air France and Hartley's will
supply the settings, with emphasis
accenting the Parisian theme.
Honored guests will include
noted hotelwoman and philanthro
pist Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. and
Rabbi and Mrs. Yaakov Rosenberg.
French Consular Agent Philip W.
Moore and Henri Lesieur, Air
France general manager, will also
be among honored guests.
Serving as co-chairmen of the
affair are Mrs. Louis Lemberg,
Mrs. George Feller and Mrs. Mel
Crane.
Committee members are the
Mesdames Edward Goldbers, Louis
Spector, Herbert Scher, John Fel-
ler, Morris Rabinowitz, Sidney
Kaplan. Richard Herald and Mar-
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Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish
Center, will sponsor a Dutch sup-
per and card party Saturday night
at the Center. Mrs. Irving Davidow
is chairman.
Card Party Sponsored
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
J munity Center Women's Group will
sponsor a card party for men and
women at the Center Wednesday.
Feb. 5.
TETLEY
Husband-cnd-wife team holding top level positions in this
year's Combined Jewish Appeal are Dr. and Mrs. George
Graham. He is chairman of Dentist's Division. Rae heads
"New Horizons" Tea to be held Feb. 4.
Beach UN Division
To Meet Tuesday
Miami Beach Division of the
United Nations Asan. of Greater
Miami will meet under the leader-
ship of Dr. Edward Fox Tuesday
evening at the Lincoln Lane res-
taurant.
Prof. George K. Smart, presi-
dent, will speak on "Disarma-
ment."
Mrs. Louis M. Biderman, hon-
orary chairmen of the Beach
Division, will give a report on
the recent UN state conference
at Tampa.
Election of officers will also be
held.
Voyagers Will
Be Honored by
Pioneer Women
Three members of Pioneer Wo-
men, Club I, will visit Israel in
March and participate in the
State's tenth anniversary celebra-
tions.
They will be honor guests at a
bon voyage party sponsored by
Club I Monday evening, Feb. 3, at
the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Sam Wilensky, Mrs. Jos-
eph Krants, and Mrs. Leah Not-
kin, accompanied by Dr. Wilen-
sky and Rev. Joseph Kranti, will
see first-hand the results of Pio-
neer Women's efforts on behalf of
their sister organisation in Is-
rael, the Working Women's Coun-
cil, which operates vocational
training schools and farms, nur-
series *n4 kindergartens, reha-
bilitation centers and youth vil-
lages.
Pioneer Women's Child Rescue
Fund will benefit from the card
party Mrs. Jacob Cosow, president
of Uie newly-formed Beba Idelson
Club, will give at her home, 7222
Tiouville Esplanade, Feo. 12, at 1
p.m. Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden will
be acting chairman for the after-
noon.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, president,
this week announced that Golda
Mi'.r Club will hold its next regular
meeting, Tuesday afternoon in Beth
El auditorium. Mrs. Abe Seltzer,
Hurricanes A1A Elect
Irwin Siegel Aleph Godot
Irwin Siegel has been elected
aleph godol of Hurricane AZA.
Other officers named at a Jan. 9
meeting in Beth David Synagogue
were:
Donald Biergan, aleph s'gan; Ar-
nold Shcii, aleph maskir; Charles
Greenberg. aleph gizbor; Allen j
Foodman and Mike Feinberg, aleph
.-hotarc; David Steinberg and Fred
Chekanow, aleph sopher; Robert |
Altman and Warren Binder, aleph
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A night of fun is planned by
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the Alcazar hotel. Mrs. Fred Black-
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North Shore Sisterhood
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Sn tL VcJm of Society
Brandeis Women's Cemmittet
Hear University Dean Clarence
Miss Donna Makovsky Becomes
Bride of Rabbi Arthur Schneier
The Riverside Plata hotel in
New York City eras the -
Sunday afternoon. Jan. 12. for the
:3e o. Miss Donna Frar.ce*
Makewsky. daughter of Dr sad
!r*-. H M-kovskr of M:anu
Rabc; a .-Jeter.
? Union F.at*L>
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r. D. Bur at k. professor o< Tal-
mud Yeh:\a L r..vers.:y. Rabb.
Milton Fuxst. associate director of
community Wiiu of V
rcrsMj; Rabbi Herbert S Gold-
stein. West Side Institucor.a -
fo^ot: and Dean Saanaal L Sar,
I Yeebiva Di performed
the ceremony which was followed
by a reception and dinner
Escorted by her nwber and
father, the bride more a gowc of
bne silk velvet, reembrotdered
*nh alencon lace, tashioned in
princess style. She wore a seed
pearl mm with a foar-tJen
rescS illusion and earned a
cascade of phalaenopsis orchids
Tweaty-five rabota-c leaders, col-
ts of the groom. ."
anoaaL V
-of honor.
Ophra Cr.
honor

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termed as train bearers.
Bernard Bergrr.
Kau
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rome K. R*-~ v "e
Jtr anc Dr Jack I
Ri bro-herofthe
bnde. i- ir^
Amotu gvests *ere .or-
.ae Francis E D-ro Km*
County District Af.orr.ey Ed
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rabb; -oes=oe Jasana..
Hungary
Ai-.er a areddi J>e rospie
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bi Schne:.- eiier t
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of a
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Barger reeeireil
I Hartaii^
as tutur in wkl
ved
Annual open meeting and mem-
bcrsMp tra of the C.reaier Miami
chapter of the National Woeneaa
Committee of Brandeis University
will be held Friday. 1 p.m.. in the
Charlemagne room of the Deauviile a member <,f the I
hotel 00r *' Hlrvrd
of the meeting will be the book Time;
a talk b> clarence Q. Berger. dean | Behavior. wit*
Before aisuaj
To Meet Tuesday \tSm exen
Homo Auxiliary >&r *-
Function of tt*
men'* Cetnmmet bi
of the i
h* gr*MiH
from 1,000 H mart)
veJtmws.
Greater Miami ".omen's Au*il-
r>. Jewish r the Aged. |
will meet Tuesday noon in the Ru-.
bai>ai room of the Algiers hotel.
I... Makovsky. program |
man will introduce colortura I
Moxander Delereon. 1
be accompanied by Olga I An int<
.. the piano. Ithe present
Silverman, Auxiliary rMtrr Mnmi
II discuss plans for I ** **>*'* l,'jdw*<
,.xilian. bert Jacobs m nreajj
Serving oa the mean
mittee with Mrs. h
Mesdamcs Leon Jtcjk
Turk. Ben Zion Gtcs^ettf
Margolis. I,>un Mi
Demos Will Hear
Fascell, Roqers
Rep< Dante Fascell and Paul' rl*ao!- Charles Raatt
HIS AMIHVt JCMW'ff
Schwar+z, Bush Betrothal Told

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mns ttfowci auss tciiwun
Poet Schwartz
To Speak Here
I. i. Sebwir; :-:-,.
artr *ill ciscuss the He-
r-oet Saul ChernochoTskT
some of T.fmse wt^r be recently
In add*
Sehwaru u noted : ansla-:
taons into Yiddish oi Biahk. as
el as U the U of the Spanish !

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SW Mr Gei-
erataa
Mr Isidore is the sot of w-
"d Mrs. Fraa* idore. U-
ed
Home*.
Morn Csh*n
- Cohen, pun a
of edu< :
S !-r.jr-i
I Mi-
Roger- have been added to
speak' "!'! a patrons corn-
has been formed for the
Democratic part\ Jefferson Jack
lianar Saturday.
1! Miami Conreman.
Weat Palm Beach.
t the cunt fund-raisin1!
at the Americana hotel,
featured speaker Gov.
v>"h < arottaa.
Sea Spessard
orge Smatb-rs.
o Dai Is, chair-
'.ur
-red that the
haa been set up
with the mem-
i community
underwritten
x per person."
RJcJktrd C.er-
Rvana an I Rob
chairmen of
ma affair and J. Edwin
v chairman of the
Davia said.
Holland. Bernard Treat^
'Green.
Mr*. Aleiandtr Kajt]
charaw e4 the t^m|
arlaiiMwi. PmiMil|
r Miami chaptar it Hn.i
M. Schwart
Pouring tea that ifa
be the Mesdames I Lm|
Charles G. Idcer* H
Heller, mothers of tawj
giris who are menb
year's freshman dasial
l'niverMt\
Israelite Center
Elects Sec-al

Ex-Hies leader
To Speak Here
K ;! hth will be
muling of the
' 1431 Wash
| < venmg.
I l.-cturer and
leader, will dis
lataaag Duiing
H* *!;c icS^y*^ address
* kh kmehaon m***iNaj ae the
Miami Bch Zionist District
Wedne*j,v "^ "e Rita
fan hotel w**r Ha will mhi
*' Sa American Zianitls
Malpleijv-
Dl Komblith was
campaign chairman oi the Hebrew
,jm Aid Known ;o.
ted Hits Service

ClltfKl
Cortf Party and
Hanna Seal -eh gnafj
Beach chapt r of Ha*a>f
ning a car : part) andJ
the Deam.iie hotel n
Preeeeds go to Hid
Oreamiati"' l"luunaii|
, Ben Marouit Mra Josepw
'er is preside.!.

and HalevL
- -
iabbi Lemrmn to Install
Temple Emanu-Ei Young Aduhs
will present their aaantal -Iaaag-
uration Ball" Sunday. 9 p m in
tie Temple social hall Rabbi Lehr-
maa will install new officers of the
paaav
"ded the Isi.
-
atnuj ui Jane. i$
* raaaai Qakaa
. -uvaaam T oiMii
M Helen Bengu and Mar%
Goodman are engaged. **rv-Ii
-
: 'ha JW*V\ *"
oral hotel y CBi,u Bal.|
"> Tempi. iL U Tu**day
Dn^ereaces^ ~!iunjUnt* and
Sjj; W Be^toxd NwwmcHk. CoL ***&
t^T^ L ,WlK3n ><>cHrmwn of 33rd anm^Kf
nSSV2rl a!?*B,nai rrith lod9# o^s!fl
w>. Sholem today incorporatee a mattberii* *


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lemy Anniversary Fete Sunday
|AM BAKT
Will
'Salute1
will pay tribute to
10th anniversary with
1 entertainment head-
t, well known singer
ker will be Rabbi
former chief rabbi
to Israel" will take
tan Front autiorium
pening. There will be
charge.
Center fleets
w President
Brown was elected
|he North Dade Jew-
meeting last week.
him on the execu-
will be Dr. William
president; Henry
rial secretary; and
tp. treasurer.
Iiairman of the board
ras Jack August. In
cutive members, the
lude Isidore Michael,
Samuel Zacharia,
mon. Eli Thaw, Rob-
laurice Corenblum,
i-yinour Rsbin, John
[Fred Blank, Dr. ft
Labell, and Tobin
ho will act as coordin-
nnistrator.
\IVE DIRECTOR
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More than 800 leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish community
will mark the 10th anniversary of
the Hebrew Academy Sunday night
t the Fontainebieau hotel. Rabbi
Isaac Swift, former chief rabbi of
Sydney, Australia, will be prin-
cipal speaker at the $100 a -couple
dinner for the scholarship fund.
Sunday's function will mark the
growth of the Hebrew Academy
from a single school in 1948 with
a Modargartaa, (o tWf> scho|, to-
day in Miami Beach and Coral
Gables, including a kindergarten
and first through eighth grades.
More than 300 students attend the
two schools.
B. I. Binder, president, and Dr.
David S. Andron, former pres-
ident and currently honorary
president, Wednesday praised
the "untiring efforts" of Worfie
Cohen, chairman, and Mrs. Jen-
r; Grotsinger, co-chairman of
the 10th annual dinner.
They spoke at a Wednesday
night report meeting at Cohen's-
home at which Harry Genet, chair-
man of the executive committee,
said "a record attendance for this
year's dinner is now assurred."
Genet praised the work of Samuel
Reinhard, Jack Satin and "the
scores of our other devoted officers,
directors and committee mem-
bers."
An original musical cantata
written by Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal, and by Jacques
Donnet, of the Carillon hotel, will
feature 60 Academy students in a
presentation of "Leadership in the
Making." Mrs. Jack Donnerstag,
musical director, will stage the
production.
Two, all-expenses paid tours to
Israel will be awarded at the din-
ner, for which tickets are still
available. Herman Eisenberg. exe-
cutive director, said the 10th anni-
versary of the independence of the
State of Israel will be the theme of
the function.
rVOt/IE COHEN
I. I. BINDt
Okell. Paul Will
Air Amendment
George Okell, of the Dade Coun-
ty League of Municipalities, will
speak for the Charter Amendment
at a meeting of the Abe Horowitz
Post, Jewish War Veterans, Thurs-
day evening at Monticello Park
Jewish Center.
Speaking against the amend-
ment will be Don Paul, chairman
of the Metropolitan Charter Board.
Dade countians will cast their
ballots on this Issue in a special
election here Feb. 11.
membership Campaign Closes
At Community-Wide Assembly
Community-wide assembly to
close the month-long membership
campaign of the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District will be held at the new
Shelborne hotel Feb. 19, Dr. David
S. Andron, president, announced.
A leading national speaker will
talk at the meeting, which will cli-
max a drive to enroll 2,000 mem-
bers for 1958.
Z-Day, slated for Feb. 12 through-
out Miami Beach, will precede the
assembly, part of the Zionists' cele-
oration of Israel's 10th anniver-
sary.
Sen. Humphrey Will
Address Committee
Sen. Hubert II. Humphrey of
, Minnesota will be guest speaker at
the second annual benefit dinner of
the International R.-scue Commit-
tee Jan. 30 at the Fontainebieau
hotel.
Gabriel Heatter, nationally known
news analyst and commentator,
will be toastmaster.
The $50-a-plate dinnsr raises
funds for the rehabilitation of refu-
gees from Iron Curtain countries.
Other out-cf-town guests at-
tending will bo Anaier Biddlo
Duko, IRC national president and
former ambassador to El Salva-
dor, mi Leo Chorne, IRC nation-
al chairman and executive direc-
tor of the Research Institute of
America.
The IRC committee is made up
of 41 men and women appointed by
Gov. LeRoy Collins. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer is local chairman.
More than 300 are expected to
attend the dinner.
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In response to a personal re-
quest by former New York Sen.
Herbert A. Lehman t organize a
community-wide observance of Is-
rael's tenth anniversary in Miami,
a group of representatives will
meet next week to lay preliminary
plans for the celebration.
Stanley C. Myers, temporary
chairman of the organizing com-
mittee, has announced that the
overall committee will include or-
ganizational representatives as well
as other leading Jews and non-
Jews from various fields here.
First meeting will be held
Tuesday evening in the rhepel of
Temple Israel, 137 NE 19th St.
The tenth anniversary occurs
Apr. 24. and it will be celebrated
in Israel for a one year period. In
the United States, plans call for a
series of functions which will
reach a climax in April and May
of this year.
"The celebration will be a trib-
ute of the American community to
the role which Israel has played
both as a refuge for the dispos-
sessed and as a bastion of democ-
racy in the Middle East," Myers
said.
The celebration will be one of Mi-
ami's outstanding communal un-
dertakings for 1958, Myers pre-
dicted.
South Dade Sisterhood
'Getting to Know You1
"Getting to know you" will be
emphasized at the hispitality party
to be given by South Dade Sister-
hood Wednesday from 10:30 a.m.,
at the South Miami Community
House. 6130 Sunset dr.
A warm reception for MWi'WMn
and friends in the community are
planned by Mrs. Manuel Flubman
and Mrs. Paul Low, co-chairmen of
the affair. Brunch will be serveJ
with cards and eames t- follow.
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Women Barkers
Charles McKee, auditor of the
First National Bank of Miami, was
guest speaker at a January meet-
ing of the National Assn. of Bante
Women, held at the McAllister ho-
t*:.
McKee based his talk on "Defal-
cationsCause and Effect," point-
ing out that the reasons given for
defalcations had not changed ir
the past 30 years.
Principal reasons given by
women for defalcations are liv-
ing beyond their moans, family
expenses, previous criminal rec-
ord and being duped by men who
had received most of the mon-
ey, McKee declared.
Mrs. Myrtle Engel. assistant
cashier, Metropolitan Bank of Mi-
ami, presided over the meeting.
The local chapter now has 51 mem-
bers composed of women bank
officers in I>ade county.
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Choice of Ships, Cruise Make
Vacation to Caribbean Islands'
Bronze memoral tablet will be dedicated dur-
ing Friday evening services of Flaqler- Gra-
nada Jewish Community Center. Rabbi Mur-
ray Alstet will oiiiciate a! ceremony, with
Cantor Leo Urlich rend:rin7 musical portion
of program. Tablet is aift of Harry Wexler in
memory of his wife, late Mrs. Rose Wexler.
Presentation will be made by Robert Brown.
Accepting gifl will be relioiou activities com-
mittee chairman Sam Goldstein and Flaqler
president Louis Bush.
Of a ln stay.
to an announcement
, Batten Shipping Corp-
neral Kent* for the de-
|UX,. Sister ahipe, SS Kvangeline
,nd S> Yarmouth. Jamaica. British
Waal IndiM > an ideal vacation
pot
The ships sail weekly from Mi-
an- i on Tuesdays.
There is a complete 10-day
cruise, with a choice of portsPort
io and Kingston. Jamaica^
Ciudad Trujillo^ Dominican Re-
publlc; San Juan. Puerto Rico; and
Si Thomas. Virgin Islandi. aboard
the SS Evangehne; Port-au-Prince.
Haiti: t'uidad Trujillo; Curacao,
Netheilands West Indies: Kingston,
Jamaica, aboard the SS Yarmouth;
a "goon-one ship and return on
I the Otbar," if a Jamaica vacation
is 'and the other by ship." for thoae
who do not have too much time.
A combination cruiM and Ja-
maica vacation, all in two weeks'
Hint, can b had by 90109 to Ja-
maica on th* SS Evan**lin* and
returning on tho SS Yarmouth.
There it tho double opportunity
of gaiety and relaxation aboard
these deliqhttul ship*, with a full
program of ntortainmant plan-
red by an experienced cruise di-
rector and staff.
9 derful m.-als and excellent I
service, every facility to suit every ,
-v miming pool, sun
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quiet corners. ,nlwn^
eaLv* acc^oaa. t*l
In Jamaica, there <
accommodation tad
sports and entertain,
tive calypao musitTI
imported talent, and
mint and sun bathm"]
down the Rio GruZ.
produced bamboo rafts.
The Ishnd of jM
nowned for iu
i*n*, for its ben
for unsurpassed' g^
bathing in the tropical ml
uperb. whether nati^el
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Port Antonio it a *),
dis*. Montego lay k ,
w*nef*rfvl swimming ad
bathing at Doctor 1 Ct|
Kingaten it me hub *
and Historic bad^rtaal]
Rio*' climate cannot sth
with toft breeiet of ikjL
boan wafting through tA
dew* of hotels Urge taj,
Exotic native enterti.^
he long remembered, frwj
dances to the calypwa,,
and new ones made up t^
For less than two wtttl
tion. there is te cos
cruise by ship one way.L
the other, with pleat) dj
enjoy Jamaica thoroujhtj.
All information can act
from Eastern Shippinf
tion. Pier 3. Miami.
Greeting Israeli Ccl. Aharon Yariv are Bay Harbour Islands
Mayor Shepard Bread (left) and Dr. Morris Goodman (right).
Combined Jewish Appeol campaign chairman. Col. Yariv
was giust of honor at initial gift*, function last week at Seville
hotel. Function attracted 150 local leaders. Dinner vice chair-
men were Sam Blank. Jack Corner, A. J. Harris, Sam C. Leven-
son and Carl Weinkle.
Elks in Tribute
To Beach Gov't.
County Commissioners F a r i s
Cowart and Charles Hall. Dr.
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-EI, Rev. Mitchell
Taylor, and Msgr. William Barry
were to attend a special meeting of
the Miami Beach Elks honoring the
City of Miami Beach government
Thursday evening at the Miami
Beach Elks Clubhouse on West tve
and 6th ft
Judge Dubbin fo Speak
Israelite Center Men's Club will
meet Sunday morning ;a th;> Cen-
i r Jurl^e Albert Dubbin will dis-
cuss -The City 01 Miami and ,ts
Traffic Courts." Dr. Phillip Sawel-
son. club president, will introduce
the speaker.
Claude A. Renshaw. city mann-
ger. Mayor Kenneth Oka. heads of
various city departments, council-
men and former cour.cilmen were
to receive special awards for their
contribution "toward the pros-
perity and progress of v
Beach."'
Baron deHirsch Meyer. Miami
1 financier, headed the ar-
meot commit-1 j ,
I po-i McAskill. president f ,",.
Beach Chamber ol Com-
merce, Marvin Ki.nrm!
state attorney, ana dutnet deputy
I exalted ruler Jamea V
Uyor of Surf side, and Arthur
baum.
"i G ildberg, exalted r
was to make the welcom-
ing addrei
Floridian Offers
Top Living Quarters
For Older Persons
The constantly growing percent-
age of oliler people in this country
is worrying the people whose busi-
ness it is to worry about such
things the sociologist!
No! that the oldsters are a prob-
lem, hut their waj of life li taj
the statisticians We are becoming
a nation of older people, at the
; same time that we are drifting
1 away from the former pattern ol
,nr" What
will he the new pattern?
One of th people who it doing
something about it instead of
worrying is Gaorge J Btrtman
of Miami Beach, on* of the owrv
rs of the Floridian Residence
Club. He has special interest in
oldstars, because his hotel caters
to them.
J "Living with relatives is ON
Union," says Bertman. "but the
j old time three generation house,
hold is vamsh-ns pretty rapidly
from the American social scene
Retirement vDJagea art tpriaging
up There are old folks' homes.
There are also the independent
oub *. i,ve by umiuelvei
M.met.mes 10 the worriment of
'heir children
There is aho fw ^^
r-rt PrinR,n UP m various
Parts of the country que |ux.
urioua year-round hotel hvng for
older people at a modest DHL"
er*tJ!* I a"**1"*" h
terms, become n,f ,
But Bertman lt one of the dar-
ing enfrepr.,, WB8 nayt
proved that it can be provided
inexpensively on a sound busi-
ness basis.
Take the Floridian as an exam-
ple A 250-nM>m hotel operated ex-
clusively for an older clientele, it
offers a double room with private
bath, and three meals a day for
two neople, tor as little as S24ft
month on a year-round basis. And
a smgle personwidow, widower,
bachelor, sp'nster can share a
double room at the Floridian. with
three meals a day. for $120 a
month.
All this plus landscaped grounds
right on Biscayne Bay, complete
with Olympic size swimming pool,
cabana, and solaria.
How can this be done? "By cut-
it the frills." says Bertman,
himself a lively 67. "We offer
comfortable, most pleasant
surround ngs, but dispense with
extras like bell boys, car hopa.
daily maid service. We have a sta-
ble clientele and a profitable op-
'ii "
ally, it would seem that the
Meridian dona offer quite a few
frills fr,.(. parking, elevator and
front desk service, registered
liurm on duty 24 hours a day,
l-eauly parlor, coffee shop, health
liar, games and movies, and even
y sets m the lounges, so that
sports and the soap operas can
be watched by separate audiences.
But Bertman maintains that the
- of such an operation is aa
simple as onr. two. th
you need a large hotel fg
operation at least Ml
Obviously you can't
rates at a spanking new I
up at current construcaal
so secret number two ill
with a fine old hotel shaai
kept in tip-top conditicaj
you cut down on eosUji
and your guest- gladly
difference in price.
"If* ana very
twer to the problem ef atj
ing population of oidslerv'f
man says. "Whan yaw I
in MM there ware onl| l|
aver Hire* million
15 in this country, and I
mar* than 14 million, r*<
that the housing ef
tana must continue te 1
far more and more
Mm* goes on."
He quotes government I
to back up his claim that I
of eaay hotel living 's qtnfl
the financial reach of r"
people. "About 30 per t*l
families whose head* t
older have income of
$2 000 a year" he n"'""'
But people don't have 1H
tired to enjoy such a pi*j
Floridian, he adds VanJi
residents are still art"*!
ployed, but prefer U> Ur
congenial group ther *]
and be relieved of boawr
bihtiea."
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i litoi. ii-
- .Mid Loan
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I oi the American insti-
ified Public Account-
is a graduate of the Un-
oi Miami, where he ha->
iching accounting for tho
\iars in the university's
Kimoii.
affiliations include mom-
Bn Florida State Institute
|fic I Public Accountants,
anty chapter of Florida In-
pi ( I'A's and the Account-
tty of Miami.
keel. Kmard and his wife.
Ire two children, Kathleen,
btrick. 11.
MS Drive Under
Way in Dade
The 1058 Multiple Sclerosis cam-
paign ef Ihe Dude county chapter
was officially launched this week
with February designated as MS
campaign month.
Tho campaign ecks to raise
j $23,000 as the Dale county chap-
ter'- share to implement a pro-
gram oi research, clinics, and re-
Mercl A\. Duir, executive di-
rector of t e Greater Miami
chapter, said t^jt "this year w
have fu.l M^MKtUlWM that th
American pas? c will respond
C'.ncriuily to our appaal."
I i addition to the chapter's re,-
aler p'c .<, rn ee to the pa
tient. Dade's MS proup is thi
. at the Univer-
sity o! Miami school of medicine
u:> I! in.- guidance of Dr. Peritz
Scncinherg. chairman of the medi-
co advisory board,
habtlitation fcr some ouar'cr of a
million victims of multiple scler-
osis.
- '58 Calendar
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rs of The Jewish Floridian
jure absolutely free of
1958 calendar which gives
i of Jewish holidays plus
Uveek listing of candle-
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as well.
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Two fiM-mer Northern business-
men, now residing in South Flor-
ida have formed a partnership
specializing in industrial invest-
ments, reorganizations, mergers
and the formalion of commercial |
and industrial syndicates.
They are Martin Blum, of Miami I
Shone, and Joseph Sugarman. of |
Belle Isle, Miami Beach. They
have opened offices in the Miami
Beach Federal bldg., 407 Lincoln
rd.
Blum is a director and executive
of the Florida Window Co., West
Hollywood; New York Twist Drill
Co., New York and Chicago; Ban-
ner Shirt Co., N.Y.; and tho Blum
Folding Paper Box Co., Valley
Stream, N.Y.
Sugarman is chairman of the
board of the Avnal Shoe Corp., op-
erating a chain of 30 stores in
Israel, and he is a director of the
Laura May Co., of Quebec, Can-
ada.
Freak'ng ground for new S120 000 T>mnlo Ner
Tamid at 80th 9t. and Tatum Waterway, Miami
Beach, are (left to riant) Benjamin Martin, Loui3
Cohen. William J. Karris, president, Sam
Sklar, Jacob Saperstrin Irving Carey and r*a-
dor Btovti. Ceremony was Sunday before
crowd of 500 person3. Guests included Miar..
Beach Mayor Kenneth Okc and popular son:;
stylist Vic Damone.
SpHtual Leader Says Unify Needed for Unde'takhvs
"More convalescent homes such
as the Bikur Cholim Kosher Con-
valescent Home of Greater "Miami
are needed throughout the coun-
try," was the thought left this fMMk
with members of the Bikur Cholim
Home at Miami Beach hy abbi
Max Shapiro.
He addressed a mcmV ship
rally of Bikur Cholim in the Algiers
ho'el Jan. 15. Mrs. Isidor Cohen i
presided.
"The way to get these fcDM,"
the rabbi sai.I. "is thfOUgn a pol-
icy of togetherness. You must
work together in everything you
undertake to do," he said, stressing
the need for unity.
Beach Optical Has
New Branch Office
Beach Optical Service has open-
ed a new branch office at 728 Lin-
coln rd. The prescription opticians
also maintain offices at 350 Lin-
coln rd.
Beach Optical, under the man-
agement of Walter P. Vollweiler,
had its beginnings here over ten
years ago.
Its clientele includes noted busi-
nessmen, local government leaders
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ranch of Beach Optical Service at 728 Lincoln rd. Owner
| Vollweiler ako maintains otficea at 350 Lincoln rd.
and prominent entertainers and
rwrt stars.
Beach Optical Service offers
a wKt variety of attractive eye-
gtess styles, and Vollweilor Is
known as "the optician with tha
personal touch."
On display at the firm's new of-
fice is an array of frame imports
from France, Italy, Spain, Switzer-
land, Germany, Israel, England
and Mexico, as well as all top fa-
vorites throughout the United
States.
Many of these include designs
never seen before and exclusive
with Beach Optical. Vollweiler's
special service offers advice as to
a client's best selection for in-
dividual style, thus assuring eye-
glasses that flatter.
Beach Optical Ssrvico tvma
out only the bast in eye aweacMp-
tion work. With a background of
many ysars of experience and
long known for outstanding work-
manship and efficiency, Beach
Optical not only fills proscrip-
tions minutely, but can also dup-
licate proscriptions or plain lens-
es and frames if they are broken.
With its own laboratory on the
premises, the optical firm is equip-
ped to offer its clientele immediate
emergency service.
In addition, Beach Optical offers
a complete line of sun glasses, fold-
ing spectacles, lorgnettes and bin-
oculars, and also specializes in con-
tact lenses with a separate depart-
ment and skilled technician in
charge.
[ Television, Radio Sen/ice
Moves to larger Quarters
Eddie Wysong has moved his
television and radio service to new
ami iar*re^iarters at 4901 N W .7th
avo. Miami.
Wysong has serviced thousands
of homes tor their television and
home and auto radio needs since
1038.
In announcing the move. Wysong
also revealed that his firm is
taking en a full line of new tele-
vision and radio sets. This depart-
ment will be in addition to his re
pair service known over the years
in the Miami area.
Lufoy Slqr.s Long
Term Lease Here
A long-term lease on the building
at 2190 SW 8th st.. has been signed
by Sem Luby, Jr., general manager
of Luby Chevrolet, 1055 W. Fiagler
st. The building, on a triangular
area with streets on each of the
three sides, is owned by the Minne-
sota Mining Co.
It will be used for service and
sates oi the Italian Fiat automo-
biles for which Luby recently be-
came the Miami dealer.
Seal Sole Figures
Rapidly Rising
$130,021 was contributed through
last week by Dade countians in tnej
J857 Tuberculosis Christmas Seal
Sale, according to Chester M.
Wright, Seal Sale chairman.
An addi'ional $4,000 in contri-
butions was reported Wednesday
by Wri ht.
The figure represents some 78
Haber to Speak;
Alter cs Honored
Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon
Club will meet at the Ritz Plaza
hotel Wednesday noon.
Julius 'labcr, author of "Odyssey
of an American Zionist," will be
guest speaker.
Haber who has made IS trips
to tha Jewish Stata, will disauss
Internal and External Prob-
lems of Israel."
Joseph Alter, co-chairman of the
club, will be guest of honor at this
meeting.
Jacob Fishman will lead the
group in community singiag. end
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will present
the news. Chairman is Herbert
Hciken. co-chairman is Lawrence
Bau, in addition to Alter.
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The King and I' Will Open Tuesday;
Music Theatre Stars Cibelli. Nelson

Brotherhood Dinner Due Here ftj]
Shepard Broad Named ChairmaiJ
back-
pound. HisAmerj. t
homa!" which he played for'
throughou
,,,,. i niied Stale*,
ngland
'The King and I." a unique
of an En nan and Kins
Mongkut of Siam is a gripping and
human drama told against a bril-
liant background of the Siamese
court. It !hc 1860s Siam was feel-
eral reforms thai until then hadn'l Canada *----.....nnyt
. .l-..n>MI.ll Jit
even been dreamed of.
It is o.-i th:s fascinating histori-
cal tale th,t Rodqers and Ham-
rr.erstein have fashioned their
thrilling musical play, opening at
he impact ill Western imPf rial-1 .a -na Mwsic Theatre Toes
ism ana Western knwleage. its ^^ for a c.
king was a contradictory combina-
tion ot charm and cruelty, of feudal
instincts 3nd a desire to progress
Into this barbaric court came
Anna Lconouvns with a mind of
her own. Bed re she left she had
the king's multitudinous children
king excellent English, and
she also had the Siamese govern-
ment well on i'.N way to many lil>-
y tor a one-week engagement
through ?eb- 2.
Many of the
rune,
S
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v.,
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New York
!""- '" MU*
on room
,; tin Pl< '"'' "'
I on rv
with Milton Berk?, John Conte and
on the Spcidel Hour
Girl with a problem is Jane Powell who manages to become
engaged to three men at once, Tommy Noonan, Cliff Robert-
son end Keith Andes, in Technicolor musical "The Girl Most
Likely." Brilliant and colorlul dances are staged by Gower
Champion to music by Nelson Riddle. Film opens Tuesday at
Wometco's Carib, Miami, Miracle and Gateway Thectres.
Beaumont Concert
Slates Woodwinds
University of Miami school of
music will present its fourth Beau-
mont Hall conceit ot the season
Thursday even
Julien Balogh, member of the
faculty and teacher of oboe, has
prepared the program to be per-
formed by his woodwind ensemble
class,
Scheduled a<-e the Beethoven
Trio, op. 87. for Two Oboes and
English Horn; Woodwind Quartet,
by Paul Zonn. clarinet student at
the school of music: Darius Mil-
haud. Woe inti t, "La
mir.ee du Roi Rene." forObo
soon, Flute, Clarinet and 1
Horn: ami ;.. \., 1:>
in (.' minor. K.388.
Performers will include Barbara
Brower and Pa ll Zonn. clarinet;
Dor>ald Hu Maxine Kurtz-
man, bass in; H irrl I Naftulin,
(lute: Nanette Ratner and Bunny
i. French horn; Wilma Za-
pora. Edward Parise and Leo'
Mack. oboe.
Studio M Playhouse
BIRD ROAD at PONCE
"THE CRUCIBLE"
by ARTHUR MILLER
OWEN PHILLIPS, Direr'or
Ploying Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:30 p.m.
Indefinite Baa
R. Seat, <2.35 Tax Inc. ^ M ^
Studants $1.25 Tax Inc.
Special Saturday Matinees 2:30 p m
"CINDERELLA11
Reservations Phone: HI 3-6098 or M0 5-5884
Beglcv Hit Begins
Final Week Hero
he Coconul Gr
rt its I

Ti rmed
\, f Yoi*
: ill for
ron I
memben ol his
rtine cast
rid William
, directed Ibis
terans ol the
inies
Begley, who created the part
of Matlhew Harrison Brac*y (Wil-
liam Jennings Bryan), now play-
ed by Leon Stevens, replaced the
ailing Paul Muni in the Clarence
Darrow role several months be-
fore the play ended its New York
run.
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Based i n the
Scopes "monkey
"Inherit the \\ itld
lerome Lawrence
headline making
trial" of IMS,
v ritten bj
and Robert E
Lee, who have more recently been
represented on Broadway liy the
comedy hit Auntie .Maine "
\e\t attraction at Ihe Coconul
Grove Playhouse will be S
land Laura," s comedy starring
Lynn Bai ol I m*s "Anni-
versarj Waltz," Murray Math, von
and Orson Bean 'Simon and
Laura," whii h was (he laugh en
i tm llir
will open Keh 3.
Ragged John Wayne and sul-
try Sophia Loren are t.
in romantc adventuro story
o! search for treasures oi lost
civilization in Schara in
"Legend oi the Lost." Ross-
ano Brczzi co-stais in Cine-
maScope, color production
now showing at Wometco's
Town and Cameo theatres.
3 Major Works
Slated Saturday
Quartette di Roma will perform
r v 11
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here Saturdaj evening, 8 30

School auditorium, SW 19th
and Kith tir.
ijor works rtel No
1 for Piano and Strut t in G minor
K 47'i by Mozart, and Quart
Piano and Strings ii
Brahms,
I The contemp ring will
1 Drammal ninor
op 35, bj Ennio Porrino pro!
hi Rome,
, ,'"'T-'!" n" written chamber
music symphonies operas, ballets
and flm Mrv m
pbon
Sardinia,' m .
Hall in 1952.
Kr.eseth Israel
Elects Dublsn
has been elected
Kl -' :!i Israel oiiKrc-
i i ients at a
were Max Lipp-
Tian, Samuel Lerner and Hy Sam-
un.
Others ire Milton Kahn. Ireas-
.1 Werner, financial sec-
imual Goldberg, record-
tecn i >
Mom- Levy, publicity; Jacob
achs chairman oi the board of
lion; and I. B. Eisenstein and
Abraham Selevan, life gabbai.
Installation will be during Frf-
laj evening services of Kneseth Is-
ael with Kabbi David Lehrfield
ind Cantor Arbraham Seif officia-
mg.
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Show of Shows'
For Variety Hospital
Annual "Show of Shows," star-
names of stage, radio
and television, will be produced by
he Variety Club of Greater Miami
' the Miami Beach auditorium
In announcing the production.
Luther Evans chief barker of Tent
33, said the three hour show is ex-
bnng in more than $20,-
i the operation of Variety
< hildrei Hospital
Edward J. Malnickar, one of
the local Variety pioneers and
past chief barker, has ben
named general chairman.
' ""' nimy Walsh will
l'r"h how and team with
Oick Stern in acquiring the talent.
y Ashmann, ticket chair-
is ,|| be put on
"" : restaurants and
Jh-w place throughout Greater
Miami, a. well as the Beach audi-
'"" "' ai i lanetj Club
Appointment of
u general chairman
nuai Brotherhood pJ
was MMHinced this <
M. LeGate chaino*,"
of the Florida region, j
ference of Christfaj.,"
Dade County (
Charles F Hall lnd
gany were appointed"ta
co-chairmen of the daJ
tee.
The function will be 1
Fontainehleau hotel Sta
be Dr. John Flak* u
Ontario.
Annual Brother!**"
will be given at t.i ,
three leading chitem^
who have demonstritu- a
adarship in the hvmMl
field.
In accepting the
Broad announced *wat7]
tee of leading citiretaajl
Miami has been en'istei]
on the dinner project
have alread> aireptHi
on th'> committee indiafcl
L. Abess. Sydney All
F.dword H Am Kr. (\
Dr. J. I. Bass, WalterRI
Jr.. Mrs. George Bbe.j
Beverley. B. II. Blake\
AI B. Block. Mrs Diiidl
Hon. Alan S Boyd, Kn,
zi, Benjamin K Bronstatl
Brunstetter. Andrew J.
Leo A. Chaikin.
Rev. Fred E Cole, Ca
N. Cowart. Irving Cyjeaj
Davis, Col. James AdleJ
Lee EgRert. Mrs. Mane I
line, Martin Fine, Hymaaj
bach, t'omm Ralph A.J
Richard E (lerstem.
tleman. Mrs Lovh Gla
James Gndard Charles L(
Mrs. Robert /. Great,I
Hall. David P. Haxton.
man, II B. Hooper, Betji
len, Thomas \ Keirns.lJ
ard. Robert E Kin'riey.l
Landfield. James M.
Irving Lehrman, Mrs.
Levey.
Ritter Levinson, JosgJJ
ton. Samuel M Magid.
wiU. Hoke T Maroos.'
Csjka, Mrs I. J. He
Meyer. Ray H Monsdlj
Morris, Mrs Stanley C.
Joseph R. Narot. Hsf
Judge and Mrs Ray Pe
Michael Pelle Hal SW
Arthur C. Prison. Attretl
William F. Reed. Richidt
erts. George B RomO. |
Parks Rusk Dan B
Harry Sands. Mrs U
wartz. Hon. Victor H
Serbin. Fred B. Snile, 1
Edward P. Swan, Dr ll
Tharp. John B. Turner, r
kle, Julian Weinkle. Jr
traub. S. D. Weissbucil
Wien. Richard F V.oifsf,J
Yarned.
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, Mn Hilda Steuerman ,n con
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7 Ehrlich
ifzvah
avid Ehrlich will be-
lli/, ah during Saturday
}rvices, 5 p.m., of Tem-
rria Skop will officiate,
Herman Gottlieb ren-
n >i< .i! portions of the
Ithe son of Mr. and Mrs.
In. 711 Tiziano ave.,
t- He attends eighth
fonce de Leon Junior
is will be hosts in Jeff-
at the Oneg Shabbat
hday evening services,
Saturday Kiddush.
Mrs. Murray Hoffman,
Roy Jackson, Mr. and
fjalkower and Mr. and
.lalkower, uncles and
Bar Mitzvah, all from
NY., will attend the
I Af ifzvah
i. son of Mr. and Mrs.
nine, 2615 Columbus
Gables, will become
Saturday morning,
Hagler Granada Jewish
tenter. Rabbi Murray
officiate. The Lavincs
Kiddush at the conclu-
morning worship and
at the Oneg Shabbat
pmg.
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larflait hotel with 2500
lith bath and free radio
| many. Meditation Chapel
I falthi. Midtown location.
Mce to Pennsylvania Sta.
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Israel, son of Mrs. Regina
Diner, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Emanu-El Sat-
urday morning. Dr. Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Israel
is an eighth grade student at
Miami Beach High School
and attends Temple Emanu-
Ll religious school.
Suzanne-, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max L. Cohen, will
become Bas Mitzvah at Sat-
urday morning services of
Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Sandy
is eighth grade ptudent at
Nautilus School and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
Posner in Second
Term as President
Of M.B. Hotel Assn.
Reelection of Charles (Chuck)
Posner, Alriefi hotel co-owner, as
president of the Miami Beach Hotel
Assn. was announced this week
after a meetint; of the association's
board of directors.
Others elected at officers were
Jack (Sea Isle) Lear. Saul (DiLido)
Cohen nd T^mmy Thompson (rep-
resenting Schine hotels) as vice
presidents; Her* iCarillon) Rob-
bins, secretary; Leonard (Del Pra-
do) Platt. treasurer.
Six new members were added to
the present board of directors,
which continues in office for an-
other year. They are Martin Mol-
doff. Abe I.'bman, David Brown,
Herbert Fisher, Irving Smelson
and Platt.
The 34-veor dd Posner. who
lives at 4585 Adams ave., with his
wife, Gerri, and their two daugh-
ters. Lois and Ilene. is a Columbia
University graduate, after three
years at Carnegie Tech. where he
majored in architecture. He moved
from New York to Miami Beach
in 1051. and has been actively en-
gaged in operation of the Algiers
since its construction five years
ago.
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka (right) congratulates Irving
Schatzman, who was installed president of Miami Beach
Apartment A3sn. at ceremonies Sunday eveninq at Seville
hotel. Others installed by Mayor Oka were Eugene J.
Weiss, board chairman; Sidney Ribinowitz, first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Thomas Whit?, second vice president; Scott M. Lip-
ner, treasurer; and Mrs. Helen Sanders, recording secretary.
Dade Commissioner Charles ("Chuck") Hell wa3 presented
with a certificate of honorary lifetime board membership.
Cogan fo be Bar Mitzvah
James Morgan, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Michael A. Cogan. 450 W.
62nd st., Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at
Congregation Beth Jacob. Rabbi
Tibor Stern will officiate, and Can-
tor Maurice Mamches will chant
the Sabbath liturgy. James, vice
president of his class, is an eighth
grade student at Nautilus.
Dade Federal Lists New Appointments
Reception in His Honor
Michael Konter will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Jan. 25, during
morning services of Temple Zion.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offici-
ate. Kiddush will follow the Bar
Mitzvah ceremony, with Michael's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kon-
t*r, as hosts. Reception in his hon-
or will be held at the Konter home,
6120 SW 13th ter Sunday.
Todd Reisner Bar Mitzvah
Todd Keisner. son of Mrs. Myra
Reisner. 1956 Marseilles dr., will
become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Jan. 25 at the North
ibora Jewish Center. Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz will conduct the
services. Todd is a student in tr.ie
religious school of the Center and
attends Nautilus Junior High
School.
August bros rV/
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ouseph M. Lipton, president of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Assn. of Miami, announced last
week the election of George A.
Price, a director of the association,
to the position of vice president.
Price will retain his directorship.
Lipton also announced the eleva-
tion of Milford L. Clements to vice
president and secretary; Albert C.
Elkins to vice president and cash-
ier; and Erwin Allen to vice presi-
dent and comptroller.
James A. Holderman, Tod
Werlheimer and Crarles J. Sum-
mers were elevated to assistant
vico presidents, and Do* Atwood,
George Fuller, Frank Kavulia
and Norman Hodgos to assistant
secretaries.
Rita Butcher was elected an as-
sistant cashier. All other officers
were reelected to their present
posts.
Dade Federal, with resources ex-
ceeding $115 million, and four of-
fices serving Dade county, is
among the nation's top 30 largest
such institutions and the area's
second largest. Its directors are
Joseph M. Lipton. Charles Beatty,
Leo Robinson, Gus Feuer. George
A. Price, Samuel Lipton and Leon-
ard Barr.
Ronald A. Lipton is assistant
to tho president. Other officers
includo Hoko McDonald and
Leah G. Steinhauer as assistant
secretaries.
Assistant cashiers are Robert J.
Connelly. Lucille B. Ferris, Rose
W. Gilbert. Helen T. Hessel. John
A. Laws. Harry Lundgren, George
N. Mickwee, Berniece J. Mott and
Elynn A. Pauley.
Besides Joseph Lipton and Price,
two other board members are also
officers of the association. Ttiey
are Beatty and Robinson.

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sn. Cantor Hyman Fein

UETH ISRAEL 0O3 Prairie ave.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 71i
Washington aye.
SOUTH OADE JEWISH CENTER.
Room 31S. Merr.e* "' JJ
cimput. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Uaumaard. ,__
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rTH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd ave
Vlhodo.. Rabbi Ar.e Becker.
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JemjaJtUi, Itnul,
Published b/ B;it Ivril OUmit
One More Week To File Address
der 14 years of age.
BETH TFILAH 3S Euclid ave O'tho-
do. Rabb. Joteph E. Rackov.ky.
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 7525
Coral Way. WHl Miami Jun.or M.jn
School. Coniervative.
DAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
18'60 NW 2nd ave Con.ervat.ve
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman
13 ,,., o .. -i peker: Mr*
H ruti
Mi.in l I ..-... Ii !m|il.->
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m s>wl) ii.-t .!'..I :
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 ChaM
ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kionnh.
Cantor David Conviatr.
l-'ri.i... Ii 1 u.m .- : I....I. Thdi i>n-
I ill l!i .....ni !>. -
..i.l in .. -.;!- --I i*.....i KeltuMiua
.1 .1- tlM '.'' IM I'"
k-.Mli Rtchtn.l S..iiii.I.i> I" .i.' Hi
Miliv. I Mi .iiul Mr
II...

TEMPLE EMANU EL. 1701 Waahinej-
ton ave. .onaervative. Rabbi Irving
Lehiman. Cantor larael Heich.
ducal -|K-.ik<-i
lUbbl >.....n..... I MuaMoa, >if I i i.-
liurpjh >!......i "Thre* (Je-iwraUnnii
S.ltlllll.H 4 111 S.'Mill.II \\*. ."klV
r in.ii Bar aUtavak laraat. ioa o4
Mi It. sin I 'iii^- Uaa Mltst .1. su-
i;l.:.., i.l M' .ill.I Ml M. \
FLAOLER-GRANADA. SO NW S1t pi. U C.h. I,
Conservative. Rabb. Murray A. -
I ,., Olll
and in '
Joseph Savoretti. district direc-
tor of the Immigration and Nat
urchzation Service at Miami, laid
Wednesday aliens in the state have
one more week in which to
comply with the Federal law re-
quiring that aliens report their ad-
Savoretti said the address report
ojiired each year from all
i aliens txcipi thoae in diplomatic
!>iatu-. representatives ol certain
I international oryamz.iiions and
- to the government during!Person,s ad,m,!:' :-inl> M
January of each year.
agricultural laborers
Aittet.
Si ; i. I
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,blrl ll < Harrj W
N" ^
. ., in Bui MltS-
,:,i, ... : Mi and Hi
-

FT LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 110'
S Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale.
Reform. Rabbi Manui Ranaon.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 1 6th it
Orthodoi. Rabbi Alenander Gro.

HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS. S1 Fla-
mingo Way Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Hum.
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HOMESTEAD CENTER '83 NE 8th
. Homestead Conservative.
Gertz officiate,!.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH BL
Hollywood. Refomi
Rabbi Mmard K
a
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEV
Monroe 5t. Hollywood. Con-r .
Rabbi S-muei Ll
AaWANAM WU
Panic Was Here!
Before Sputnik
"Russian orbiting of Sputnikij
not necessary for leaders of j
ican higher education to imu
panic campaign for additional]
cilities." the national exe
rector of the Albert F.insttaj
lege of medicine said here 1
nesday.
Speaking to leaders of the|
non-sectarian medical school |
sored by the American
community at a Miami
meeting. Abraham Zeitz sui<
96 students of 1.500 applyitjj
year were accepted by the.
Einstein college.
He also anrtaurtcarl i
featuring three ef Ihe
Wading physicians and
will he head Pah. 16 at Ni
taineblaau hot*I.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE ISth at. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Bom-
stein.
. "j......-i Th "tilth |
i'.iiuii-l .i .r.....n in
anil ii
I ll ..II. I Mil
The immigration official urged' He pointed out wil'.lul failure to Hollywood temple S'NA
TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo ave
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
- i oa 11 ad tie
Fill) Sal : ., in ", |, ii.
II i il / .. il: \ I i.i \ i,|.
.: m Rbrtk I.

TEMPLE NER TAMID (To be erect-
ed at 80th at. and Tatum Waterway i
Surfside Town Hall. Modern Tradi-
tional.
. I, i.

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI,
t st and NE *th ave. Reform
Rabb, Bruno M, Wjllach.
TEMPLE ZION 5720 Sw 17th st. Con.
' Mfrad Wanrian.

Zeiti said a minimum of S|
lion is needed by the college i
next year to complete and i
training and research labon
He said some $15 million i
$25 million needed by the i
ment committee already hail
.subscribed.
comply carries penalites inclining
a-1 al.ens ho have not yet eom- g^ lnd deporUtkm.
plied to go as soon a- po>sible to I ,. ,
.. .___. __ Tne official said only an estima-
te nearest post office or Immigra- ,,, Km Mgna |n M> Ma,(. hav),
tion Service office to file the re- already complied with the ad
pom.
Parents or guardians must file
the report for alien children un-
ywood Conse'v 1 .-
Rnhbi David Shap.io. Cantor Vetlu-
dah Heilbraun.
ISPAEL'TE CENTER 3'"8 SW 2 ter Conservat.ve Rabbi Morton
Maiavsky

report requirement-, compared to
71.508 who filed I
ear.
"_____________________________seth ISRAEL. '4-s Euclid ave
Orthodo. Rabbi David Le'<
Cantor AtJ'.lha.i
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGRF&*' ON
1101 SW 2th av- OMhodoa. Rabbi
on April Cantor Berele Kr
TiFFRr.TM ,SRAEL. 6SO0 N. Miami
it -' Rabbi Abranarr
-tor A'bert Oianta.
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Beth David U!
To Host Chap.
Ileth David I'SY will
Sunday morning in Beta
auditorium to ISY chapters I
Creater Miami area.
Service will be condurtetl
Zamora USY. Brunch ill bej
ved by member of Beth l>*std'
Rabbi Yaakov Rose>nbsrt,
itual leader Beth David I
gragation, will aHtend 91*
Ronald Friedman, of BeUL
wnl lead a discussion on IbM
ol the synagogue in the 11
gram.
The conclave will concluott
the singing of UraeH sonpj
dances led by Mis- Shulan
tieman. of the Belli l'avid fa
TORAH TEMPLE I2 W.t a v.
cTsse'|Cin Jud",m- R*bb< Abraham
RA JEWISH CENTER. 44 2a.
nservativa. Rabb. a
Leon Hirwil, (--- b..^.. _
Leon HurwIU C.intor Rudolph Brill

CELLO PARK -64th St. and
Conservative R
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AMHKAN HKAUI
RELIGIOUS STORE
13S7 WASHINGTON AVE
MIAMI BEACH jE rTM
A.B,IG "LECTION Or BAR
IHA.1 OUTFITS and

pTw.itiSw^ai
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. $>
311 Washington Ava,*1
Phones: Jl B-2M5 M
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||.

Checking invitees to cocktail party at his home in behali of
CJA is Judge Arthur I Snyder (right), chairman of North M=ami
Beach Division. Pleased with reservation list are Murray
Greene, vice chairman, and Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Monticello
Park Jewish Center spiritual leader. Greene headi special
gifts committee, whose efforts will open K>licitcraons in this fast-
growing community Guest speaker is veteran foreinn corres-
pondent Leo Lania, one ol few men alive who interviewed
Adolph Hitler.
\OR-H DADE CENTFR 13M0 w I
Dn.it hw. Center** .-. \ K
He.,,0.
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NORTH SHORE CENTER. .20 7Sth
t Conservative Rabb, Ma..
Ab-amow,,, cantor EdwVrdK^';
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1M. Washm9ton Avt.
QOXVON
Miami Beach
IE 1-3040
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC G.FTS

... the distinguished nama
in funeral service ...
Harry G***
Pt*fdf*
1333 Doda Boulevord Mloml Beoch
Jifferson 1-7677
Edward T. Newman
Funtrol Director
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I lonuary 24, 1956
-Jmlstnoridkvi
15-B
OL
ituarics
tnoMIE BELLE ADELSKY
??.. |7r M,r.ln Halle. Miami
Ian II A r
-he In alao aurvlvjjl by
lnctu.llng Mra. Helen
"*,.> lirh Servlrea and
Surviving ar. his wife, Minna: two
brothers and two alatera. arvtcei and
*ltml llrtirh.
y m ulanta.
IthaHLES M. MOWN
LCr, -I o>d J.n I" A win-
... li. bad
in IJnkvllte. S.T.
TT ,, Ha.11*; Mi.d his
*" .- In Nrw
bh Riri l:'' '' M'
., looal arrange
IH
i'l.
Urthur s. kahn
imih .-i "I*
wM!'w,.,"',i
he me'ii-
,il v i lub of Mi-
......ii. his wife. Mar-
i in* -'>" tser-
, in llllnniK.
SAMUEL BOOEN
. ii.,. i.i.r in dlefl .in.
!,rtK-f l truck rental huat-
. resident here 10 year*.
L- hi- W"i Irvine: (IhukI'
111 and iwii hriilhris.
Itlii inn iii '. in Brookb n.
Beach Memorial Cna-
, local arrangement*.
(. BFRTRAM CROMER
til \\i 2nd st.. died Jan. 17.
tr:i- in salesman, he was a
. 1,. neven yeari He was a
[i.f the llrdei nl KYee Masons.
I his wife, Sarah: t"
Tidiaril B. and Alan II.: a
M Barbara Kahn: three
Charles ami Harold!
i., ii indinc Mrs. EXheley
L ,. Mrs Bather Sher; nn.l
Irani! hlldren. Bervlcai were
liordon Funeral Mome.
MRS RIZA KNAPP
| \ jnii iir.. died Jan l
|ni !,, art, she Is sin -
hei husband, Kmll: a sin,
Hlllflti i'. a daugntor. Mrs.
-ii alattra and four
k| i |< a/eta Jan. I1*
|.i i .il Home, with Initial
liuilitl were In Si John, with Hell-
man Funeral Home in charge of ar-
rangements locally.
MISS UIAH ORtENBLAT
47. of l>7 Trlonfo at.. Coral Cables,
died Jan. 17 a!ter a heart ..iteration
She came to Miami seven \ears hrm
from Jersey C'lt.v. N.I A MM at
the Haili- County Health In-im. t mem
Mls Crr-nhlat was a member of B'nal
ll'rlth Women and the American
.Sursine Aaan. Surviving are four bro-
thera ami *> 'r -Isters. l",-'"tlr "
Hannah Klelachman, Coral Cables
N*r\ Ii es and burial lie la
City, with (Jordon F*iinerl Home li,
charge of local arranernients
MRS. FANNIE MOSKOWITZ
(2. of 74S Mth at illed Jan. 14. She
waa an annual winter visitor from
New York for the naat ten years. Sur-
viving ale two daughter*. Mr a. Dor-
othy \Velnhr* and Mrs Rosly n c,uld.
anil one sister. BarVtce* vrera In
Brooklyn. NY. with RiveraMe Beach
Memorial Chapal '" charge of local ar-
langeineiita.
LOUIS SPBCTOR
If, of 2R42 NW 6^n.l si., dle-l Jan II
He came to Miami 13 years ago lion
New York Surviving are hi- wife
Krancea, a son. daughter and brothei.
Services were Jan. 1". at Blveralda
Beach Memorial Chaiwd, piagu-i st.,
with burial In Mt. Hlnal Cemetery.
DAYCIW
BY HENRY IEONARI
I RUDOLF LAURENS
i Ha II.nl'" l-lmd dr..
i. ,\ reildent here in yaara,
k# hi I ma Serv Icat
I Itlvi i.-lile-lieach Me-
1
PAULINE REISNER
i i .... I J.,n. IK. A
. .;,. lea'
Illan A napscta Bet
. nan-i : don Funeral
in New York.
[JACOB N. BRAOER
|l. r. iinsy i\ anla ave.. died -Ian
and ret
I Hi., I iriiltu e Store In S.
i-u lirnnsu Ick, Cag Ida, ha
foi man) years
' Iber of Jhi- Srmare)
Canadian club
/...mt Organliatlor
I ktren'a Aid Mulct
MRS. FRIEDA COHEN
5*. of 34211 Collins ave., died Jan. II. A
life member of the jjewlah Horn.- RM
the Aged, she waa nlao .. im-mbaf ol
Temple Kinann-KI. Iladassah anil
Mlxinchl She r.ime to Miami 13 year
ago from l.akewood. N.J. BOTVlvIng'
are her husband. Hgrryi -"". H.r
bert: daiiKbter. Mrs. Selma 1'arer. and
three sisters Serv I-es wei e Ian IS at
New man-Cordon h"uneral Home, with
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
w nggd mort filing room. Con I movi this
W. so ildom uh it.*' .._ __.
Ca-pl-'I-' W ***** *'*''*
Um Physics Profs Will
Appear in H.Y. Program
Representing the University of
Miami at the annual meeting of
the American Physical Society in
New York City Jan. 29 to Feb. 1
will be four members of the UM
prysics department.
Dr. Harry A. Brown, Dr. Joseph
Callaway and Dr. Arnold Perlmirt-
ter, all assistant professors, will
I present papers at the meeting.
1 Also representing UM will be Dr.
] John C. Ward, an associate pro-
fessor^_________________________
REAL ESTATE SAUSMAN
NEEDED. Good Commission.
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.\fc. 7th Ave. MO 1 1440
10,000 ACRE RANCH
OH A HIGHWAY
at $100 aer Acre
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 First Street
FOtT MYEBS, HA
ID1S0N 5-4421

JACOB WEXLER
I",-', former owner of a retail |>alnt
business In Brooklyn, N.V.. died Jan
II II, ..mie to Miami ten yea'- ago
from Hrooklyn, and lived at MS Col.
llns ave. Suivivlng are his arlfe, Anna,
a slater and brothei Services wen
Jan. 1 at Klverslde-ileach Memorla!
Chapel, Washington ave.. "ith builal
In Mt. Net.,. Cemetery.
MRS. EVA YAPCHANKA
72. of lL'M Stillw.itei ilr. Me.I Jan. 13
Sin came to Miami s'x yeais aco from
li n< l land City. N V she is aun
,1., i 'i,i Mm Mae i Mi man. Ser-
vices wore Jan. IS t Normandy Isle
Ciaiiel. with burial In Flagtar Memo] -
Chapel, iih lonlal Iii Maeler llaMor-
ial I aik
BENJAMIN QRAOINCER
.'.2. of 18R0 I'lne Trei 'li., died Jan 111
11, waa an annual winter visitor In'.
f..r the paal IS rears, surviving are
his Wife. Fannie: daughter. Arlene
and son. Sanford. i nd burial
in Huffalo. N V v.lth Kivenade-
h Memorliil Chapel In charge of
...si arrangemeati
[FLORIDA'S LARGEST JEWISH CHAPEL
HELLMAN
UNERAL CHAPELS, Inc.
CARING FOR THOSE YOU CARE FOR"
E. AL HELLMAN Sacratary
). FICIAL AMBULANCE SERVICE OF MIAMI BEACH
StWIMG ALL Of DADE COUNTY
Station! To
Serve Yaw:
1743 BAY ROAD
MT. SINAI HOSP.
ST. FRANCIS HOSP.
123 S.W. tth ST.
MRS. ANNA LANOER
71. of 210 1st st.. died Jan. 11. She
came here fl\e years aao iiom Brooa-
lyn. N.Y. There ale no local survivors
Services were Jan. 14 at River;side
Keach Memorial Chapel, Waahlngtor
ave.. with burial in Ml. Nets, Ceme-
tery. ___________
LEOPOLD ROSS
71. of 107 Michlaan ave died Jan. 13.
He came here L'l faan ago trotn Nea
York. SurviviiiK are his wife. Rae,
and two hi others Services were Jan.
15 at Klverslde-lleaeh Memorial Cha-
ih'I. Waahlngton ava, with burial in
Mt. NODO Cemetel v
MRS. CLARA OeKOVEN
7 of 1878 .lame.- aVO., who came to
Miami Beach '-'1 wars aao from Chi-
cago, III died Jan 11 in a local hOa
pllal. She was a member of Temple
Kmanu-I and Is survived b] all aons,
all out of town, and a daughter. Mr-.
in.n. HI near Uao surviving ara n na
grandchlldraa nd three grent-gmad-
children. Seivli es and burial I n in
Chloago, with N w in a n c o r d o n
Funeral Home in charge Of local ar-
rangements.
Northeast Adds
To Coach Service
More non-stop "Sunliner" sir
coach service to New York gnd
Boston was inauti"-ated last week
by Northeast Airlines, it is an-
nounced by NEA area manager
William R. Armstrong.
Armstrong said two new non-
stop flights are scheduled to depart
Northeast's Miami terminal, 20th
at., daily at :30 a.m. (Flight 810)
and 4 p.m. (Flight 822) for Marine
terminal at LaGuardia field, N.Y.
Twa mora sowthbaund "Son-
linar flights alto beoan daily non-
htop oparation from Boston and
Naw York to Miami," Armstrong
said.
The New York-Miami non-stop
will depart LaGuardia at 9 a.m.
daily (Flight 829). The Boston-
Miami non-stop "Sunliner" will de-
part Logan International airport at
3:45 p.m. daily (Flight 811).
Addition of the four new "Sun-
liner" air coach flights Sunday
boosts NEA's East Coast schedules
,to 20 daily, serving Miami. Wash-
ington, Philadelphia, New York
and Boston.
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