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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining 7*f JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 6
Miami. Florida, Friday. February 7, 1958
32 Pages Two Sections
Price 20*
RITUAL SLAUGHTER HANGING IN BALANCE
House Passes Humane Slaughter
as Religious Leaders Voice
Opposition Despite Shechita OK
lauqural conference for Israel Bonds, meeting
,d at FontaineWeau hotel, is bringing together
leaders from United States, Canada and Latin
3 ether with representatives of State of Israel, to
fe for $75,000,000 in Israel Bonds sates durinq 1958.
planning meeting here are (left to right) Dr. Joseph
vice president of Israel Bond organization; Gen.
head of Central Command of Israel Army; and
khberg, national chairman for trustees.
\ference Launches
Million Bond Push;
>0 Leaders Gather
XI SUPPLEMENT G!NN!N PC. 5 A
l inaugural conference for Israel Bonds, now mooting at
b!"au hotel, has set a 9al $10 million in Israel Bond
knd of the conference.
ir-nce will launch the drivo to soil a minimum of $75 mil-
JBonds during 1958 to provide resources far the economic
|of Israel.
+ More than 1.700 men and women
are taking part in the sessions
which run from Tmtrday through
Saturday evening. The three-day
conference also constitutes a cele-
bration of the tenth anniversary of
Is statehood.
Among the outstanding personal-
ities taking part in the conference
are Israel's Ambassador and Mrs.
Abba Eban; Dr. Abba Hillel Silver,
chairman of the board of governors
of the Israel Bond drive; Abraham
Feinberg, Us president; Samuel
Rothberg, national chairman of
trustees; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartx.
Israel Bond vice president; Law-
rence G. Laskey, distinguished
Boston leader who is chairman of
the international conference; Mrs.
Ruth Cherner. of Washington, DC,
national Women's Division chair-
man.
A special guest ot the conference
is Gen. Meir Amit. head of the Cen-
tral Command of the Israel Army.
CAPITOL ON GUARD
low Sees
f on Fast
- an writer who broke
munists, was denoun-
iviet press last week-
lit.mt Zionist."
rya Gazeta. leading lit-
Itoscew, said that
o-> behind Mr. Fast's
ke Communists was his
SEt 'MIAMI RABBI HAPS,1 PC. 7J-A
JTA/ Direct Taletypa Wire
WASHINGTONThe House of Representatives Tuesday passed by
a voice vote a humane slaughter bill including an amendment recogniz-
ing the Jewish method of animal slaughter as humane.
. But Rep. Leonard Farbstein (N.Y.-Dem.), speaking on behalf of the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis, opposed both the bill and the amendment.
The amendment, introduced by Rep. Victor L. Anfuso (N.Y.-Dem.),
was described hy Rep. Anfuso as "acceptable to a vast majority of the
Jewish community and its religious leaders."
However, Rep. Farbstein on the House floor, pointed out differing
views held by Orthodox, Conservative and Reform factions of Jewry.
He voiced opposition to the bill "regardless of any amendment."
+--------------
Rep. Farbstein told the House
the Orthodox rabbis asked him to
emphasize that "from in histori-
cal viewpoint the American Jew-
ish community has cause for
deep concern over such legisla-
tion, for experience demonstrates
that it leads in time to agitation
against Shechita itself. Moreover,
except Shechita, the methods pre-
scribed in the bill as human* are
highly dubious.
"This demonstrates that further
study and research are necessary
liefore any legislation is proposed."
The Anfuso amendment incorpor-
ated into the bill by a voice vote
before the bill was passed by the
House Tuesday referred specific-
ally to Jewish ritual slaughtering.
The amendment said that slaugh-
tering is humane if it is in ac-
cordance "with the ritual require-
ments of the Jewish faith or any
other religious faith that prescribes
method of slaughter whereby the
ar.'inal suffers loss of consciousness
by anemia of the brain caused by
the simultaneous and instantaneous
severance of the carotid arteries
with a sharp instrument."
GUNS SILENT
indignant at the sharp-
rnin to Israel," the
"But he did not get
the fact that Israel
Iggression. The truth
Fast is not a Marx-
|intemationalist, but a
list who camouflages
preaching of national
with platonic words
lity."
Dag Watches
Merger Effect
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department Tuesday contin-
ued studying reports of the devel-
oping "United Arab Republic" of
Syria and Egypt while official
sources reported it difficult to pre-
dict the direction the new Arab
move will take.
One official speculated that per-
haps too much was being made of
the united Arab movement. In his
view, it might be nothing more than
an attempt to start a revitalized
Arab League.
It was thought here that there
is no substance to reports of Jor-
dan seeking organization of Arab
counter-bloc. It is known, however,
that Jordan is in consultation with
Continued on Page 13 A
Police Resume
Mine Clearing
Under UN Eye
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIVIsraeli police under
heavy military guard resumed
work Tuesday on clearing mines
from a 6,000-sq. yd. demilitarized
area along the Israel-Syrian bor-
der.
It was in this area that Syrian
troops last week unleashed a sav-
age attack which killed two police-
men and wounded six others, all en-
gaged in clearing the land which
belongs to the Jewish National
Fund.
Before startini Tuesday's op-
eration, the Israeli author.ties
notified United Nations head-
quarters of their intentions, and
official UN observers were sent
to study the activity. Syrian gun
positions were silent Tuesday in
the face of the escort protecting
the policemen.
In Jerusalem, a Foreign Ministry
spjkesman expressed the hope that
the presence of UN observers
would be sufficient to prevent a re-
currence of Syrian violence.
He denied out of hand Syrian
charges that Israel had concentra-
ted troops, armor and jet planes
over the area. Mine clearance
work began three months ago to
make more land available for cul-
tiva'ion.
[Kicks Off
$927,000
by an electrifying mes-
i Carlos P. Romulo at
ral dinner of the Com-
> Appeal, some 500
Jers pledged a whop-
to successfully kick
h annual fund drive in
n' biggest amount ever
?n opening CJA dinner.
Inued on Pago II A
A special highlight of the con-
ference will be an Israel Inde-
pendence Ball Saturday evening.
Feb. t. with Ambassador Eban
and Mrs. Eban as honor guests.
Eddie Cantor is serving as chair-
man of the program committee for
the Israel Independence Ball. Top
personalities of the entertainment
world are participating in the Ball,
including the Andrews Sisters of
the Carillon hotel; Cab Calloway of
the Cotton Club; Anthony Francio-
sa; Liberace of the Fontainebleau
hotel; Dick Shawn of the Cafe de
Paris; Shelley Winters; and Shai K.
Ophir. Isreal's leading pantominist
Admission to the Ball will be limit
Continued on Page 3 A
TROOPS MASSING (!)
Syria Raps
'Air Strike'
JTASy Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTON Syria charged
Tuesday that Israeli planes and
troops violated Syrian territory and
air space, allegedly penetrating the
demilitarized rone Tuesday morn-
ing, it was reported here from Da-
mascus.
An official Foreign Ministry
spokesman announced in Damas-
cus that Israeli Army units sup-
ported by armor and jet aircrait
entered a sector of no man's land
between Syria and Israel. It was
charged that other troop forma
tions were being massed and thai
a fight of four Israeli jets flew
over another sector of frontier.
Syria demanded through the Uni-
ted Nations Mixed Armistice Com-
mission immediate withdrawal. It
also cabled the Syrian delegation
to the United Nations the details
of the alleged incursion.
Arab Propaganda in U.S.
Analyzed at Experts' Talk
PHILADELPHIA -(JTA)- De-
tails of Arab propaganda in the
United States were made public
this week by Prof. James B. Shel-
don, administrative chairman of
the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi Lea-
gue, addressing a conference of
Middle East experts held at the
University of Pennsylvania here
under the auspices of the Zionist
Organization of America.
The conference was also ad-
dressed by two members of the
Israel delegation to the United
Nations. Arthur C. A. Liveran.
one of these members, reviewed
Israel's foreign policy against the
background of the latest develop-
ments in the East-West struggle.
He said that as long as the cold
war between East and West con-
tinues, existing animosity be-
tween the Arab states and Israel
will be exploited by the bloc in-
terested in using instability any-
where to gain domination.
Those intent on blocking such
a spread of anti- Western influ-
ence in the Middle East must
be ready therefore to take coun-
termeasures before it is too
late, Liveran stated. "Common
sense dictates that the first step
to that end is to recognize clear-
ly who in that mr* mr* the
friends and who are the actual
or potential enemies of Western
democracies. Tho next step is
1 to realise that in order to
Continued on P*ege 2A

Laskov Takes Over
JERUSALEM (JTA) Gen.
Moshe Dayan relinquished his
post as Chief of Staff of the Israel
Defense Army in an impressive
ceremony here at which his
successor. Maj. Gen. Chaim Laskov
was invested with his new com-
mand. The ceremony took place in
the office of Premier David Ben
Gurion. who is also Minister of De-
ftnsc.


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+Jeistfkri Experts Analyze Arab Propaganda
Continued from P? 1 A
streno!hn '">* Western position,
the West must aid i*s supporters
end re; co-'-'oti .'i e^e n;s. it
certainiy c** not afford to try
to appease tSe latter by sarn-
ficino 'He --Crests o.' th* for-
mer," Se addict.
Arieh Elian, the
of the Israel delegation ta the
ed Nations, reoonod Ml Is-
rael"s relations r *"
Asia I He ?tr
"he conception of Afro-Asia does
...< a political real;
in fact the co. i and
Africa have 2 different historical
grand and a different
problems to cope with tOOaj H
.-iy in the Uattad Nationi
where sometimes, and only setae-
times. Asian countries and -
African stales vote on a CtSBaTaon
1
Prof Sheldon eharead that
propasania agents of the Arab
rtain dor
arganintwaa that follow their
TaTcTTiPtCifVutfiT.i speflel
of doubletalk designed to make it
I -pear thai the "Arab
Story** is being kept out of the
American press because of some
this
Arab
kind of presumably "sinister con-
trol" exercise I by the Israelis.
The facts are exactly the re-
iv declared "Each one
of the Arab governmenti has
own propa- UP in
countr>and besides, the
maintains an el
press relati represent-
ing the grod^'as s whole There
Money**
Me who has heard about the
o,| rich m lands km m
"ln addition, an e-genizatian
ca'led the Arab Refugee Co.ti-
mitts* rnaHtahn eW*ei H New
Israelite Center Men's Cub
fleets Gilbert Prss'rdent
Bernard 1. Gelbert has been
. ::l of the 1st
1 lf< 1 Club.
Other officers elected at a re-
cent meeting are Percy Senitt.
vice president: lrviru PlJaUn, sec-
retary: and Dr. Philap Saw.
treasurer.
Board of directors are Samuel
SB, Morris Berma-
lev and Maurice Ki
oofco*
Vtsuittsnc
*oa eoors and wans
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Reform Judaism
Debate Sunday
First in s series of tl ree pro-
prams dealing with aspects ol Re-
form Judaism will 1 < pi
Sundaj ew el ol
Greater Miami.
Rabbi Dr. David P Evan:
ston. II. co-au bor ol I Gui
nn Je will ts
firmative f the question, "Does
Reform Ju i Need 1 Ritual
Guide?"
Dr. Joseph R. Narat, of Tenv
p'e Israel, will take th negative
ir. the deoale, winch will be njid
in the Tempts auditorium.
The deb
R
1 >. since it is pres<
n-.\aluating its
1 to ritual, Karl More hi tonal vice
I chairman ol the executive board of
the Union oi American Hebrew
Congregations, will .> i..e
Morse will be introduced by
Henry E Wolff, president ol the
South Florida Council of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.
LAHC. which founded the Brat
seminary for the training ol Re-
form rabbis in America in 1875.
hold- that the performance ol rit-
ual is not mandatory in Judaism.
York, as an esoncv of four of
these government*. This outfit
does not hesitate fo direct por-
tonal and vindictive attacks
gainst respected public fig-
ures, even including former
President Harry S. Truman,
who have dared to act in accord
with true American interests In
the Middle Eastern araa," Prof.
Sheldon said.
Other speakers at the c infer-
ence included Dr. Nasrollah S.
Fatemi. former member of the
^^~*
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsky
f4S MICHIGAN AVEKVt, MLAASJ MAO
fcea* it MSH
Iranian Parliament ,nd a,.
i-n delegation to the UnttLa
tioos, who reviewed the a
cent developments in th* '
world, and Harold P fc
executive vice chairmi/J
ZOA Department of Pnbhc J
mation.
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Palm Beach Philanthropist to Receive
first Finstein College Service Award
rjAfJfi host
Charles Frost, noted industrialist
and philanthropist of Palm Beach
and Westport, will receive the first
annual Albert Einstein College of
Medicine Service Award Feb. 16 at
a national reception in behalf of the
medical school at the Fontaine
bleau hotel.
Announcement was made late
Wednesday by Nathaniel L. Gold-
stein, former New York State at-
torney genera) and chairman of the
board of overseers of the Albert
Einstein Collage of Medicine.
Frost is a member of the board
of overseers, vice chairman of the
rational Workshop Moves to New
Site as Plans Revealed for Building
national Workshop of Jewish
,y Service is moving to larger
rtere at 3901 NE 2nd ave., di-
Donald Block announced this
he move from its former site
[ 1051 Briikell ave. has been
essitated by the increased load
Vocational Workshop is now
purpose of the organization is to
)loy people with physical handi-
ids Launch $75
pillion Campaign
Centinutd from Papa 1 A
|to purchasers of $1,000 or more
ael Bonds for 1958.
Friday, conference delegates
witness the world premiere of
ael's Tenth Anniversary Fashion
^tival. The unprecedented show-
of the Israel Fashion Festival
be held under the leadership
| Mrs Cherner and Shelley Win-
s. who is serving as Fashion
ktival program chairman.
Participating as special guests at
Fashion Festival will be Mrs.
an, Mrs Moshe Dayan, wife of
ael's former Chief of Staff, and
uren Batall, noted motion pic-
star.
Ira. Dayan. who founded the
skit Weaving industries to util-
tne skills of Yemenite immi-
knb. ha.- helped to bring new va-
and design to textile manu-
ring in Israel.
caps, who would otherwise be de-
pendent upon local welfare agen-
cies.
"We currently have about a doz-
en people with us," Block said Wed-
nesday, "but pur load has run as
high as 26. These ^people are doing
a fine job. More important, they
are confident in their indepen-
dence." .
In mast cat**, Vocational
Workshop personnel find it hard
to set jobs elsewhere not because
their handicaps make them unfit
for employment hut because of
emplo/er prejudice or failure to
understand the nature of the
handicap end the heat way to fit
him into the job market far max-
imum use of Ms abilities.
Vocational Workshop workers
are referred by Jewish Family Ser-
vice. Their jobs range -from sub-
contract non-skilled tasks such as
assembly, sewing, collating and
packaging to the manufacture of
complete products.
Vocational Workshop has been
assured a grant from United Help
to enlarge and Improve its present
setup, A new building will shortly
be constructed on the grounds of
the Jewish Home for the Aged to
house the organization. Jewish
Family Service will continue to
operate the workshop there, with
Home residents, an additional
source of employee possibility.
The building is expected to be
ready for use at the end of the
year. :
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta
proudly announces a
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tendered in honor oi
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Relnhard
A Founder of Torah Vodaath
at Victor Hotel
1144 Ocean Drive
SUNDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY the 23rd
Friends oi Torah Vodaath
and admirers oi Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard
are asked to call JE 1-7995 lor reservations
SAM WAIDMAN, Chairman
SAM DROPKIN ANDREW MILLER
an Co-Chairman
' CoChalnn
development fund and national
chairman of the Society of Found-
ers of the nation's first medical
school under Jewish auspices.
One of the American business
community's principal support-
ers of higher education, both in
the United States and Israel,
Frast is vice president of the
American Technion Society and
chairman of the beard of Bright
Star Industries, National Pneu-
matic Co., Inc., end Redmond
Co., Inc.
The award will be the Highlight
of a program which will feature the
presentation of "A Doctor's View-
point on Heart and Mind" by three
of the world's foremost physicians
and surgeons.
Dr. Leo M. Davidoff. world-famed
neurosurgeon who heads the de-
partments of surgery at the Albert
Einstein College and at the Bronx
Municipal Hospital Center; Dr.
Samuel A. Levine, brilliant heart
specialist from Boston; and Dr.
Marcus D. Kogel, dean of the' Al-
bert Einstein College, comprise the
panel for the program.
Dr. Levine, clinical professor
of medicine at Harvard Univer-
sity, will give "A Heart to Heart
Talk." Dr. Davidoff will talk on
the "Outlook for Tomorrow," and
Dr. Kogel, n authority on public
health, will speak on "Meeting
the Challenge."
A breakfast meeting at the Eden
Roc hotel, hosted by builder and
humanitarian Abraham Levitt,
Wednesday mapped plans for the
Feb. 16 meeting.
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Volume 32 nco Numbr 6
Friday, February 7, 1958
17Shevat S718
Bond Leaders Tackle Pressing Problems
Leaders from throughout the United States
and Canada are gathering in Miami Beach this
weekend lor an international Israel Bond con-
ference. They are setting into motion the 1958
Israel Bond drive in the many communities they
represent.
As in the past, the keynote of the confer-
ence is developmentthe industrial and eco-
nomic development of the State of Israel.
Since its inception in 1951 with the first
S500 million isue, the bond drive has sought to
give Israel the capacity of achieving a relative
degree of self-reliance based on her own man-
ufacturing capabilities.
This has been a task dedicated to the pro-
position that the freedom Israel won on the bai-
Thorn in Side of Peace
The federation that Egypt and Syria an-
nounced last week contributes nothing to West-
ern hopes for peace in the Middle East, and
offers a direct threat to Israel in the near future.
This is a federation of two Arab countries
that have thus far done more than demonstrate
increasing economic ties with the Soviet Union.
Through his September, 1955 arms deel
with Russia. Egypt's President Nasser offered
the Communists their first successful power
penetration of the Near East. In a series of
army and governmental upheavals late last
year, Syria virtually assured her allegiance to
the Kremlin.
These two countries are now presumably
united, with Nasser as chief. Egypt's leader
is an avowed enemy of the West, he has shown
this ever since his internationalization of the
Suez Canal in the summer of 1956, when he ad-
vised the U.S. particularly: "May you choke on
your fury."
The slap to the West is pehaps the feder-
ation's greatest "achievement." Emerging in
all its aweiul foreboding is the utter bankruptcy
of U.S. foreign policy in the area. Nasser, in
conjunction with Syria's less colorfal Kuwatly.
has told off Mr. Dulles and his State Depart-
ment.
President Eisenhower and Mr. Dulles,
through our delegation at the United Nations, in
November, 1956 in no uncertain terms saved
Nasser from death, brought him out of his
refuge in a Cairo cellar, and reinstalled him as
leader of a conguered Egyptian people.
Now this Arab leader, who owes his life,
politically and otherwise, to Western "diplom-
acy," has brought off the most potent anti-West-
ern move in the area thusfar.
The federation is a thorn in the side of those
whose principal ambition is peace for the Mid-
dle East. Not too hopefully, we pray it will be
no more than that.
Baghdad Style 'Defense'
The Baghdad Pact is the greatest piece of
expedient diplomacy John Foster Dulles ever
dreamed up.
The pact, a kind of NATO for the Middle
East, has the spiritual backing of the United
States; yet we are not a member.
The Baghdad Pact conference at Ankara
last week shows that expedient diplomacy
never yields intelligent results. In thi; case,
there is the crystal clear deduction that mem-
ber nations are not now and won't in the for-
seeable future constitute either a militarily
viable or ideologically trustworthy opponent to
Soviet ambitions in the Middle East.
Despite Mr. Dulles' presence at the con-
ference, Arab leader Nuri es Said opened the
Ankara deliberations with a torrid attack
against Israel as a tool of Western imperialism,
repeated the favorite Soviet line that "interna-
tional Zionism" is a greater "threat" to Arab na-
tions than Communism, and stomped for a re-
turn to the principles of the by now defunct 1947
UN partition plan.
Not only did our ubiguitous Secretary of
State unwisely maintain his counsel, but he did
little more than commit the U.S. to an additional
loan of some ten millions for improved com-
munication lines among Middle East nations.
tlefield in 1948 must be r; interred by a U
iently independent economy to withstand the
grievous effects of the war of intimidation Still
waged against her at the hands of a hostile
Arab world.
The outcome of the task thusfar speaks for
itsslf. Through Israel Bond investment dollars,
the Jewish State has made vast strides in the
inauguration cf new enterprises.
Israel Bond dollars have keen centrally im-
portant in the exploitation of the potential of
the Neqev, the vast desert waste in Israel's
south, which through capable end energetic
prospecting is yielding a heietofore unbeliev-
able wealth of riches in minerals and ores.
These dollars play a pivotal role in the
building of roads and highwaysthe newest
opened last month and leading from the port of
Elath.
Although private investment capital has
been most significant in the search for oil, Israel
Bond funds were initially the motivating force
behind the successfully concluded realization
that Isael can be a profitable source of this stra-
tegic product.
Despite the already existing industrial or-
ganizations in a great variety of manufacturing
fields, bond dollars have given a shot in the
arm to them by encouraging expansion of this
variety, as well as increase in their potential.
All in all, Israel Bond funds have gone a
long way toward marking up Israel as a com-
petitor in the world trading market; by helping
hej in the drive toward self-sufficiency, these
funds have contributed to the cutback in the
nation's import needs and the advancement in
her export goods.
This year, the Israel Bond campaian is
widening its horizons to accept its share of the
responsibility directly involved in maintaining
the Jewish State's open door policy. With the
vast number cf inmiqrants to Israel continuing
unabated, the country's housing needs remai"
as critical as ever.
Long will be remembered the shame and
heartache of the temporary housinn settlements
in 1951, where tens of thousands of newcomers,
looking forward to freedom from economic and
religious persecution in the lands they fled,
found moments of disillusion and despair in the
tents and guonset huts of the maaborat.
Israel Bond dollars are today being poured
into a tremendous housing operation, trans-
forming the maaborat into homes and apart-
ments, end making additional new guarters for
the latest flow of immigrants.
Thus, the value of Israel Bonds speaks for
itself: those who purchase Israel Bonas are in-
vesting in tits Jewish State's future. The con-
ference in Miami Beach this weekend is map-
ping ways and means of widening the corps
of Israel Bond holders throuqhout the United
States and Canada. We welcome the dehgatos
here. We wish them successful deliberations
during the wemk
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
ftiM. KOMULO's ^_
^^ the Combined Jt^T1;
pesl inaugural dinner |LJ
nisjht was most notable'*!?
it did not ssv tk 'J*'
1 WaJfeb
VSw.'*/l
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41, TO IriTlMS
CfKrW

J^' '"'"SToYarVMNy
did not say The
statesman opened his
with a warning that
divulge a good deal ing information. What "ill
vealed may have been depressing, but it was neither secret nor,
guarded, as he had implied. Any careful reader of an intelligent i
par* r experienced in Gen. Romulo's talk a well-documented ne-
( events since the conclusion of World War II, with particular
phasla on Soviet Union expansion. '
In chronological order, the General traced the rape bv the I
sians of the East European nations, declaring that the Is
poweiless to put a halt to the annexation of Latvia. Lithuania^ pt\i ]
Chechoslovakia ami others because of what he implied was irmr.,"
our undue hasle to demobilize; while the Soviet, h chided. contin-
ue "unchanging, changeless, unchangeable primordial ohjecthw
world conquest
Hut of all the nations the Communists coveted, Gen R;>mu!oi
ce as the principal one in.Europe. For Greece could be'
cow's gateway t i the Mediterranean and the Near Ea&tan obii
sought by the Russians over a period of at least 200 years. Thati
lerillas" who infiltrated Greece from a host of Rv>d satellite i
I..... did not succeed in reducing her to the status ol M!o-puB
was totally due both to the vision and leadership of Washington.
In this instance, the Philippine Ambassador declare,!, the
did n t stand helplessly by. Heavy consignments of war mi
tieketed lor the beseiged nation followed on the heels of Gen,;
Van Elect, who left for the continent to train Greek tro<
fought the Communist enemy, Romulo observed, with the samt |
age their ancestors showed at Thermopolae. With American jia\|
indicated, the Russian design on the Middle East was frustrate!i
the first real victory in the Cold War achieved.
.*. :- : .:.
MAJOR CHANGt IN WOULD WAR II POLICY
THE COMMUNISTS NEVER give up. Foiled on the contineatgj
turned to the East The engagement in Korea was the af
of the Keel success in China. But Korea is the focal point of the Cl
Pacific perimeter of defense, with the Aleutians in the North:
Philippines in the South. "You must know the meaning of KsVL
Gen. Romulo declared, arguing for the American decision in Jit,]
1930 to take a stand against the Communist invasion, as if the decMa]
still needed defense today.
What in elfect he did was to praise the Truman Adminis
at the outset. Aid to Greece was President Truman's first sbarSJ
parture from the policies that had been his Roosevelt legacy, fc I
tainly Truman came to many difficult conclusions on his own bSM
this The A bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were among t*k|
but they had been formulated in the name of FDR's unconditio
lender motto.
In Greece, President Truman was called upon to wrestle'
of the first tangible results of his predecessor's excessive tr
Russian pledge, as well as in Roosevelt's belief in himself as ^H
of destiny" who could solve, on a personal basis with Stalin, the wath
major difficulties. Thus, the decision to stop the RussiaO^^H
prox> of the European continent, brought Truman to tlie^a^^
individual perhaps for the first time.
This decisi n, backed by the .Marshall Plan, secured f
what was left of the continent.
riff anonikijy or amiricah will
gUT NSITHER IN the cave of Greece nor the Marshall Plan _
Romulo in. ntion names. For our role in Greece he gave praisfl
i diplomatic insight, With regard to the Marshall Plan, he
' In 1948. when mj wife and I were in Europe, I b*c*iD*'.a
eaniag_Bl your economic aid and statesmanship in bar
[rating the advance ol Communism against Italy, Belgium, the Nets*
lands and Franc e
Similarly, returning to Korea, and clearly sensing the stiU pre]
valent division of U.S. opinion over the "police action" there. G|
.mill,, repeated: "You must know the meaning of it. You must knw.L
that the American boys who (ought and died in Korea fought to protettJ
then- bosses here in Miami." -';'
Eor the Pacific perimeter of defense, be said, is Miami'***
cioor neighbor todaj Modern technology has virtually annihilate*"**!
protection ol "vast" distances. To have ignored the Communist *]
gresston against Korea would have been to invite such aggressions!
tar closer and more vulnerable range.
This anonymous praise, attributed merely to "foresight". *U
11 atesmanship." would. I believe, tickle the man whose name *H
en unsaid lor just one year ago, President Truman told me: "Thj
', ,'L? as'a *Truma" Doctrine.' American foreign policy ,
.continuing phenomenon. American action is a collective acting b) Iheir leaders of the will of the American people."
TU mitNT DOtS NOj'sTASD IM UilW IIMt""
|N ?q MPE 'mmod'te lime Gen. Romulo saw the Scpwafier.
of re ,.?. ,'w,Pl,,n "' dt'al with the Soviet Union as a continiiatW
Fi .sir t,'mmunisl Pursuit of its drive towsrd world dominahss.
th v^f in T and Korea- Moscow broke through directly
ventinn tk "' Wherp for ""'"ries before she had failed by ciras*
maP. nf w ,WaS a" "** unfortunate victory because the A*
it m, T ,nvi"t,bil"y on the battlefield kept this vast fstli-
?":M'em ,or *"* JPan had the U.S. on the run for*
- centuries. j>
I;;,l,::n:r..r;.d"['ng WTM U. Id. over a three yesr pig,
J >;'-- "r. ^: it "-;- lL*ya. eem
**&. '. ..' ^^^^I
iii the *-.m """ "' ar u; wnihs over a tnree year p
th s !To"* came c,ose ,0 dusting the combined forcel
LA. brent Britain. France and the Netherlands
leredI ima* VV I" Europe and far East reinforced the *
: ened h "'"" '^'^^.Uty. and the U.S. stand in W
ulo he Fa ^'ma8e even more Nevertheless, warned Gen. B^
is a Sum ,0darV 8ees K,,r '"rough Communist eyes, and WW
humihauon a > 7 a"' a defea at Add l0 ,h,s ,he ^2
S.a et n ,' lenphu' ,oge,her *''" corrosive influence of
' '"anon ,o lhe Middle East, and Westera invincibility"
Now ,s '? eyw "' ,ne Reeducated Oriental.
nd M sn ''r,befrt'- (;,'n Romul P'esded. we need foresigM
-amu be ^cultivated and nursed." he declared. For
ical moments before n3W^
rr...... ,. univaieii ana

resident
Continued on Page 13A
of the mightiest,
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day, February 7, 1958
+Je*lstofk)rkte*n
\K
Israel Bond Leaders Here for Confab
HjewiisltUEIliOiciidliiaun
Flordo. Friday. February 7, 1958
Supplement

New 143-mile asphalt highway from Elalh
to Beersheba was officially opened in Jan-
uary at special ceremonies in Yotvata,
about 40 miles from Elath. at which leaders
of Israel Government and Israel Bond Or-
ganization were present. New road, finan-
ced with Israel Bond assistance, cost $1,-
940,000 and is expected to cut trucking costs
by 30 percent in bulk cargoes bound for
port of Elath, gateway to increasing trade
with Asia and Africa. Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, who officially, is shown cutting
ribbon opening highway to traffic (left) and
speaking at ceremony (above).. Right of
Ben-Gurion are Mordecai Namin. Labor
Minister; Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign Minister;
and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, Israel Bend vice
president, who flew to Israel to participate
in ceremonies and to discuss plans for 1958
campaign to sell $75 million in Stats of Israel
Development Bends.
wtastic Rate in Negev Growth
ymbolizes State's Future Possibility
If the development of basic in- s'atehood, the development of
dusty and agriculuu-e was the the Negev, the southern half of
[key economic tasks facing Israel Israel, can fairly be said to be
during her first ten years of the key task during the country's
lsrcp RIrwlna s,eel industry, which was established with
nearl investment capital in 1954. already produces
natio' "Je",hird Irael's steel needs and will meet all of
hem"8 dome8,ic reauiremento by 1960. Steel billets shown
el b made u 0n"* *" Ioreground. Additional new equipment,
I-Pkuu du?i* ,hrough I"a#I Bond Pachas**' wU1 "19
second decade.
Both tasks assume importance
in the framework of immigrant
absoption. which is central in the
thinking of Israel's planners at
any time. Approximately 1,000,000
newcomers were received during
the first decade. The population
will increase by another 1,000.000
during the second decade. In
both cases, large-scale economic
expansion is vital if these new
citizens are to be absorbed and
and given poductive bves.
Israel's program of economic
development has already result-
ed in unprecedented advances in
many sectors. One of the major
guiding forces of this dynamic
program has been the State of
Israel Bond campaign, which
rince 1851 has provided more
than $320 million in investment
capital to strengthen every facet
ot Israel's economic framework.
The 1858 campaign to sell $75
million in Israel Bonds is being
formally launched at an interna-
tional inaugural conference held
through Saturday evening at the
Kontainebleau hotel on Miami
Beach.
In Beersheba, for instance, a
new industrial city has arisen out
of the desert as a result of Israel
Bond investments. In the next
Continued en Paie 7A
Economic Development Key
To Major Deliberations;
Sales Figures Listed for' 57
A total of $49,833,950 in State
of Israel Bonds were sold during
1957, bringing to S320.501.150 the
amount sold since the inception
of the Israel Bond drive in May,
1951, according to Abraham Fein-
berg, president of the Stale of
Israel Bond Organization, which
is holding its international con-
ference at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel Feb. 6 to 8.
These funds, Feinberg said,
were allocated for irrigation; ex-
pansion of export and industrial
crops; the establishment of new
agricultural settlements; the de-
velopment of manufacturing, food
processing, electric power, min-
ing, and a basic chemical indus-
try; expansion of transportation
and communications facilities,
and the construction of low cost
housing.
"Israel needs peace to main-
tain her role of asylum and home-
land for hundreds of thousands of
Jews still in depressed areas of
the world," Feinberg declared.
"As Israel celebrates her tenth
anniversary this year," he added,
"she needs Israel Bond invest-
ments to launch the second ten
years as a decade of economic in-
dependence. There can he no real
political independence without
economic independence.
"Israel has had ten glorious
years of accomplishment but not
ten years of completion. She has
built an historic record of work,
but is still short of the full attain-
ment of her goal. She has won a
truce through heroic measures,
but the dangers to peace remain
real and large. We must not for-
get that the Communists have
gained a menacing foothold in the
Middle East and that Egypt and
Syria are still receiving arms
from the Soviet bloc. This is one
of the major reasons why our pur-
chases of Israel Bonds, and the
program far 1958 which we will
set forth at this conference, are
so critically important."
Emphasizing the key inipor-
tam of economic development.
Ambassador Abba Eban stated
that Israel will not permit the
tensions in the international arena
and in the Middle East "to para-
lyze her into inertia."
"It is the resolve of the people
of Israel, despite regional and
world tensions, to use every op-
ABBA tBAN
. pilot plant
ABKAHAM FtlHBitG
. prtiidtmt
portunity for the fulfilment of its
chief task," Eban said. "That
task is to grow stronger, and the
opportunities for consolidation
are manifold."
Declaring that Israel would not
be able to impress world opinion
with her permanence and stabil-
ity, if she showed economic weak-
ness. Ambassador Eban stressed
the central significance of the Is-
Continued on Pafle A
DKM QUARTOS jgg ISKAU'S MfWCOWtK
What Housing Can Mean
When Immigration Continues
As Israel enters her tenth year
and passes the two million mark
in population, one of the coun-
try's most pressing economic
problems is housing. The need
for homes Is not merely a facet
of the young nation's growing
pains. It is a much more urgent
and direct need, brought about
by the fact that more than 80.000
immigrants entered during 1957,
and at least an additional 70,000
are expected during 1958.
Not since the early years of
statehood has Israel experienced
so large a scale of immigration
as at present. In the process of
integrating close to a million im-
migrants who have entered the
country in the past nine years,
some valuable lessons have been
learned. In a country the size of
Israel, comprising some 8.000
miles and possessing a limited
supply of natural resources, the
rapid absorption of new citizens
must take a high order of prior-
ity. Thus, first and foremost, tho
immigrants must be able to find
suitable housing and jobs, so that
they may become productive citi-
zens as quickly as possible, mak-
in, their labor and skills avail-
able to the continued progress
of the nation.
Since 1851. the Israel Bond
drive has been in the forefront
in providing large-scale funds
fur all phases of Israel's economic
development. It is significant that
approximately 15 percent of Is-
rael Bond funds have been allo-
Continutd en Pas* 7A

1


B-A
+Jewtsi>rk)r*Mt>n
Friday, February?
Laskey Named Chief
Of Bond Conference
Second Successive Year
Lawrence G. Laskey of Boston,
v ho has h"en ranted chairman
of the international confei
lor isia i the Foil
blcau hotel this week*
distinguished national Je
leader and chairman of the
. confercncj chairman
GIH. MM 4*tlT
. prefers fitli
SAM KOlHBiRG
frejtee
n for the State of
Isra i Boi
His appointment was an-
Abraham Fatal
- ael Bond
sanitation, who ai the -
tune rei rted that Eddie Cantor,
natu of the Build-
ers I : i ri i. Will ser\e B]
tort inmenl pr '-ram committee
chain lai Israel [nd<
I Bad which will be the ell"
max of tiie conference.
An outstanding leader of the
Israel Bona drive since it! in-
ception in 19.M. Laskey served
as chairman of las', years na-
tional Eddie Cantor 65th birthday
celebration held in Miami.
A< chairman of the Israel Bond
international conference, which
will officially inaugurate the 1958
drive for trie sale of $75,000,000
in Israel Bonds. Laskey is in
charge cf preparations for all
jns of the three-day meet-
ing.
In outlinin" plans for the con-
ference. Laskey emphasized Is-
rael's immediate need for invest-
ment capital to accelerate her
historic program of economic ex-
pansion and immigrant absorp-
tion, and called for an intensified
effort for the 1958 enlistment
and re-enrollment of Trustees,
Builders of Israel, Guardians of
Israel and National Sponsors be-
tween now and Feb. 6.
Trustees are purchasers of
$10 000-or more in Israel Bonds
each year: Builders of Israel are
men and women who purchase
one or more S3.000 Israel Hous-
ing Bonds each year; Guardians
of Israel are men and National
Sponsors are women who pur-
chase $1,000 or more in Israel
Bonds each year.
The Israel Independence Ball
climaxing the conference will
be held Saturday evening at the
Fontamebleau. Israel Ambassa-
dor and Mrs. Abba Eban will be
guests of honor at this historic
event, which will be attended by
prominent personalities on the
American and Israeli scenes.
Participating in the event will
be many of the foremost stars of
the entertainment world. Admis-
sion to the Ball will be limited
to purchasers of $1,000 or more in
Israel Bonds for 1958.
As part of the conference, the
world premiere of Israel's tenth
anniversary fashion festival will
take place in the Grand Ballroom
of the Fontainebleau hotel Fri-
day, sponsored by the Israel
Bond Women's Division.
The Fashion Festival will be
held under the leadership of Mrs.
Continued on Pag* 7A
Highlighting three-day international confer-
ence for State of Israel Bonds at Fontainebleau
hotel this weekend are these Made in Israel
creations: Left is "Tappuz," orange wool-cotton
jacket with mosaic buttons and zippered hood, wno are aiso pruxiuiag iuv., ,Cw,
matching skirt and striped turtle-neck jersey plement this outstanding collection.
blouse in white, black and orange. Right is
"Celebration," turquoise satin strapless she
with turquoise and black brocade evening)
and turquoise satin lininq. Israel Fasl
Festival will be coordinated by Jordan-Ma
who are also providing lavish jewelry to i
LAUREN BACAtl, SHEiliY WINTERS, NANCY BBG FOR VIEWING PUASURE
Glamour
Gale
Distinguished Speakers Scheduled
For Plenary Sessions on Friday
Turn Ihlli --* --_________ .. *
Shelley Winters, program chairman for world premiere of
Israel 8 Tenth Anniversary Fashion Festival, models strikinq
Z ZwaZ?{?n! hv in their field. Festival, a major event of Israel Bond interna-
tional conference, is a dazzling collection of new styles and
manufactured fashions direct from Israel. Special guest will
be glamourous screen star Lauren Bacall. Shown with Miss
Winters is daughter Victoria Gassman.
But Fashions
Steal the Shot
An Israel Fashion Festmlt
be part of the program of I
rael Bond international (
ence at the Fontainebleau
this weekend.
Glamour galore at the
function will include lovely'
star Lauren Bacall. whose I
death of her husband last
the late Mr. Humphrey
has kept Miss Bacall In
personal and professional
sion until now.
Also to participate, withn*
al pride in their eyes, will bti
bassador and Mrs. Abba E
well as noted dramatic
Shelley Winters, who is ser
Fashion Festival program
man.
Fashions will be staged by)
dan Marsh of Miami and"
dinated by Phyllis Carr, fi
fashion authority.
Nationally known model
television star Nancy BcrgH
scheduled to participate in
event.
But the Israeli fashions,
selves, will be the featured
tractions, and here are M
be unveiled Friday.
Two disti-^fiished persons were
to be guest speakers at the plen-
ary session inaugurating the Is-
rael Bond conference's interna-
tional meeting at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel Feb. 6.
They are Gon. Meir Amit. one
of Israel's brilliant young mili-
tary officers who is Chief of the
Army's "G Branch, and Samuel
Rothber^, chairman for trustees
of the Israel Bond drive.
Prior to assuming his present
post for the second time in July,
1956. Gen Amit served as Chief
of Israel's Southern Command
with headquarters at Beersheba.
During the Smai Peninsula cam-
paign, he was responsible for the
final version of all operational
battle plans.
Tall, gaunt faced Gen. Amit in-
sists he prefers a field command
to his present key position on
Israel's General Staff because
"there are less headaches." How-
ever. Israel Army leaders believe
Gen. Amit is more valuable in his
present post, even though he has
achieved outstanding success as a
combat officer.
Gen. Amit was bom in Tiberias
on the shores of the Sea of Gali-
lee, began bis military career at
the age of 15. when be joined the
Haganah (Israel's pre-state under-
ground armyi. In 1940, he at-
tended a secret course for squad
commanders, while a member of
an agricultural settlement called
Kibbutz Alonim, near Haifa. Four
years later, after completing the
equivalent
school, he
commander.
of officer candidate
as made a platoon
Rothberg. of peoria. III. who
,,nn *, 3 C> rIe a' ,he '"<*nu.
uona inaugural conference for
Israel Bonds, b of,e of American
Jewry s most distinguished lead-
He has been a dr.v.ng force in
work for brssl SU)ce leg M
* State of Israel was e.UbE
oftn,ern,2f,,Cha,rn,nfor^
of the Lnited Jewish Appeal he
mobilued man ynuilions 0f dol.
Urs f0r ^^ Usfa m ^^ ^
other lands.
As national chairman of the Is-
"f;^ddri^^ emulated the
* <* Bonds at a reen. .-^,
L

i
Mrs. Jan Peerce, wife of famed Metropolitan Opera **'
cusses Israel Fashion Festival with Mrs. Dave LwvW*
timers hotel


rtdoy. February 7, 1958
Glittering Array
Of Entertainers
Spotlights Mime
+JmistinuriMmi?
7-A
lM libcrect intllty Wimfrs
A glittering array of talent will
, presented to guests at the
dependence Bell which wtHtJtl-"'-
nax the three-day international
Werencc of the State of Israel
bonds Organization at the Pon-
binebleau hotel Feb. 8.
Eddie Cantor, famed comedian
|nd humanitarian-, who was also
aluted by the organization on his
ath birthday in the same locale
Lst year, is chairman of the en-
trtainment committee but for
tawns of health will be unable
i attend the conference.
Headlining the talent will be
med showman Lee Liberace;
omedian Joe E. Lewis, whose
lie story was dramatized in the
Jicture "The Joker is Wild," star-
ing Frank Sinatra; and corne-
lian Betty Mutton. Anthony Fran-
|io>a and Shelley Winters.
A feature presentation will be
he premiere appearance in Mi-
ami of Shai K. Ophir, Israel's
bailing mime and actor. He was
lorn in Jerusalem in 1928, a
JDurth generation sabra. A past
wnander in the ITaianah and
ember of the Falmath, Ophir
c ireer l>\ helping to
Israeli ^rmy theatrical
|how units in 1948.
iskey Named Chief
|! Bond Conference
Continued from Pagt 6A
losep1! (hrner of Washington,
j).C, national Women's Division
Biairman. and Shelley Winters,
Med actress, who is serving as
fashion Festival program chair-
nan. The fashions will be staged
ky Jordan Marsh-Miami and co-
ordinated by Phyllis Carr, tamed
fashion authority, with the par-
ticipation of Nancy Berg, nation-
ally known model and television
ktar.
In 1990. Ophir studied in Paris
under the great master of mime,
*15flenne-Deeroux, returning to Is-
rael to establish a school and
group of mime in the Camery
Theatre. He has appeared in
many Israeli films and has per-
formed throughout Europe and
North Africa both as actor and
mime. Following the Sinai Pe-
ninsula campaign, he entertained
troops in the battle area.
Former member of the Marcel
Marceau Company, Ophir was the
only artist to appear in Edward
Murrow's TV presentation of
Danny Kaye's life on "See it
Now."
Ophir made a national TV ap-
pearance in the role of Rumpel-
stilUkin on the Shirley Temple
program Sunday.
Ambassador and Mrs. Abba
Eban will be guests of honor at
the Independence Ball.
Idii, Cnl.r
Laurtm Bmcmll
Anthony francioia
ISRAH BONDS BUILD MEW QUARTERS
SNA! K. OPHIff
. Itading
Israel's extensive program of immigrant housing, made pos-
sible by Israel Bonds, is changing appearance of many cities
and rural areas. Shown is new apartment building in Jeru-
salem. Most such housing units will be built in Israel's Negev
expected to absorb some 500,000 immigrants during next few
years.
[asteland yields to sweat and imagination with bond backing
'Bntastic Rate in Negev Growth
Symbolizes State's Future Possibility
Continued from Page 5 A
Jew years Beersheba will become
|ne central terminus for proces-
Ng and distributing the com-
PnodiUes grown, mined and made
fnrouihout the Negev.
Nw Industrial City Ariwi
To the north, in and around
"a'ta, the impact of Israel Bonds
F"" readily be seen. New indus-
pes have sprung up, harbor fa-
riines have been expanded to
I"* the huge increase in ex-
port trade, and the oil refinery.
Fwenuy inactive, once again is
F operation.
[The Negev region, unproduc-
fci V*" cenlures. now produces
tnm^0Spha,es- P**"""- 'ron ore.
F"Wer, and other vital minerals.
E2MIB5areas ** ^'"K irri"
F**. and are producing various
E\ ,rthor south- El*to is
"*" built up as a major sea-
"n and industrial center.
Agricultural development is
*'ng place everywhere. New
BrriMrCnU.havo been '"unded,
&^t,onPipelines extended and
jJe self-sufficient in dairy
>ucu. eggs and fowl.
Gr*8t ares of formerly arid
land are now producing dozens
of crops, including such new
items as bananas, coffee, pea-
nuts, cotton sisal, soya beans,
Vireinia-type tobaccos, date-
palms and sugar-beets.
In these agricultural achieve-
ments, as in so many others,
Israel Bond investors play a sig-
nificant part. Without them, t.V
hundreds of miles of water pipe-
lines that were necessary to irri-
gate the land could not have
been provided.
Israel's 2,000.000 citizens, in-
cluding some 1,000.000 immi-
grants, during the past ten years
have built their state by unpar-
alleled heroism and devotion.
They have created an Army
which is second to none in the
Middle East, defended the coun-
try's borders, cultivated her
fields, built her factories, manned
her navy and merchant fleet,
constructed new highways, rail-
roads an dairstrips, mined th"
ores and minerals so essential for
industry and defense, maintain-
ed the power stations and com-
munication centers which pump
energy into her economy.
And while Israel's citizens
were building a nation and pre-
serving democracy, Israel Bond
capital was being utilized to con-
struct permanent homes for them
and to create new jobs which
would keep pace with the coun-
try's expansion and enable future
immigrants to become self-sup-
porting individuals in the short-
est time possible.
Israel Bend Capital Utilhed
What of the next decade?
Where does Israel gowhat sew
road must she travel to strength-
en and expand her economy?
How will she finance the accel-
erated development of the coun-
try?
Israel's current challenge lies
in conquering new frontiers of
economic achievement in the
Negev, the heartland of Israel's
future progress. The beginnings
made in the development and set-
tlement of the Negev with the
assistance of Israel Bond funds
have made this vast area, most
of it still desert, a great poten-
tial for large-scale progress. It
is a region on which the very
foundation of Israel's future may
Israel hopes to increase her
Continued on Page S A
What Housing Can Mean
When Immigration Continues
Continued from Page SA
cated to housing construction.
Thus the Israel Bond campaign
has maintained an active and
leading role in providing housing
for immigrants, in addition to
its indispensable task of infusing
investment capital into the in-
dustrial and agricultural develop-
ment of the country.
The 1958 campaign to sell $75
million in Israel Bends is being
formally launched at an interna-
tional inaugural conference, held
from Thursday, Feb. 6, through
Saturday evening, Feb. 8, at the
Fontainebleau hotel on Miami
Beach. A highlight of the confer-
ence will be an Israel Indepen-
dence Ball on Saturday evening,
for which Eddie Cantor, national
chairman of the Builders of Is-
rael, is entertainment committee
chairman. Another unique fea-
ture of the conference will be the
world premiere Feb. 7 of an Is-
rael fashion festival, presentin:
garments flown to the United
States for this occasion.
To Stress Housing
The overwhelming wave of im-
migration that confronts Israel
today calls for unprecedented
measures to cope with the pres-
sure for new housing units. That
is why special emphasis is being
placed on housing in this year's
Israel Bond campaign. Israel
must build 30.000 immigrant
housing units per year for the
next few years, at a cost of $3,000
each. Since a lar proportion of
these funds must be derived
from Israel Bonds, a new Israel
Housing Bond has been issued
in a $3,000 denomination, repre-
senting the cost of one family
housing unit.
Israel does not want a repeti-
tion of the immigrant housing
conditions that marred the first
years following her establish-
ment as a state. Because her
economy in those days was in-
capable of providing permanent
homes for the 250,000 immigrants
who entered between 1949 and
1951. they had to be sheltered,
for an extended period of time,
in sub-standard, makeshift dwell-
ings mostly tin huts, wooden
shacks and even tents. These
temporary quarters lacked prop-
er sanitary facilities, heating and
other conveniences and offered
little protection against rain-
storms. Surrounded by mud and
debris, these temporary housing
areas tended to become slums,
breeding disease and hopeless-
ness among many of the early
immigrants.
To Build 10,0M Units
Although the situation has im-
proved in recent years, large por-
tions of the population still have
no appropriate housing. Some
20,000 immigrant families still
live in temporary dwellm.-
About 165.000 families are accom-
modated at the rate of three to
six persons per room under con-
ditions considerably below the
minimum housing standards.
Israel is determined to correct
th.s situation so that proper
!mNaiad is made available to all
immigrants. This determination
is reflected in a comprehensive
immigrant housing program to
cover Ihe veais from now until
1961. For a lari.e share of the cost
of this major enterprise. Israel
looks to the Israel Bond cam-
paign.
Of the homes to be built in the
next few yeaTS, approximately
15.000 will be in existing settle-
ments all over the country. An-
other 25.000 will rise in the coast-
al area, with the strip between
Tel Aviv and Haifa designated to
receive the largest share of this
group. Thc lar.est proportion,
numbering 60.000 housing units,
will be erected at new sites, in
the so-called "development
areas," most of them in Galilee
and in the Negev. Each housing
unit will consist of an entrance
hall and two rooms, including
kitchen, living room and bath-
room. Concrete blocks will be
used for outside walls and interi-
or partitions. The housing units
are being built as individual
dwellings in rural areas and as
part of multiple dwellings and
apartment houses in more popu-
lated sections. Each housing unit,
costing approximately $3,000. will
be sold on a long-term install-
ment basis, or rented, to immi-
grant families.
Since the Negev is the fastest
growing section of the country.
Continued en Page S A
Israel Bond dollars are making possible development of sub-
stantial industry in Elath, southern most point of Negev, as
well cub housing and expansion of harbor facilities there. Elath
is Israel's gateway to Asia and Africa.


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Jewisti tfhrkfrm
KHBrr****.,
Abba Hil/el Silver to be Among
Principal Speakers at Bond Confab
n
- 11
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, out-
standing American Jewish lead-
er, and Ambassador Abba Eban
will be principal speakers at the
Independence Ball to be held un-
der the auspices of the State of
Israel Bonds Organization at the
Fontainebleau hotel Saturday.
The Ball will be the climax of
the three-day conference, which
was. to si art with a plenary ses-
sion of the 1,700 delegates Thurs-
day.
Mrs. Eban will accompany the
Ambassador and is honorary
chairman of the Fashion Festival
Friday.
Dr. Silver is chairman of the
board of governors of the Israel
Bond Organization and, as such,
heads the planning body for the
State of Israel Bond drive in com-
munities throughout the United
States, Canada, Latin America
and Western European countries.
One of the foremost leaders of
the American Zionist movement.
Dr. Silver is past president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
DR. ABBA HUM SUVtR
. among foremost leaders
ica and former chairman of the
American Section of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine. As chair-
Fantastic Negev Growth
Sign of Future Possibility
Continued from Page 7A
population from 2,000.000 todav
to 3.000.000 by 1968. At least
70.000 immigrant* are expected
during 1958. If this goal is to be
reached, the Neev must pro-
vide the homes and the centers
of economic sustenance for half
of the newcomers. This mi
that Israel Bonds must help ex-
pand irrigation programs, estab-
lish new settlements, build new
construct bousing (I. .
ments and new fact-
roads. The minerals and
which are asMiming a significant
place in Israel's economy must
be exploited on a wider scale
through the aid of Israel Bond
dollars.
Must Enlarge Harbor
The harbor of Elath must be
enlarged to maintain an expand-
ing flow of trade between Israel
and the countries of the Far East.
This project is of extreme im-
portance to Israel, if she is to
continue to narrow the trade gap
between her exports and imports.
Moreover, the settlement of
the Ne;ev. which constitutes
more than .half of the total area
of Israel, represents a huge eco-
nomic enterprise which is vital
to the country's capacity to grow
as a free and independent na-
tion.
The great instrument of Israel
Bonds, born out of the capacity
of the people of Israel, and Jew-
ry's faith in their ability to suc-
ceed, symbolizes a partnership
that is indispensable to the fu-
ture of Israel. This partnership
must be strengthened to ensure
Israel's economic security.
Barring unforeseen circum-
stances caused by outside forces,
such as the necessary but costly
military' defensive campaign un-
dertaken in Sinai in October. 1356.
Israel should be able to meet her
new challenge and speed up the
develooment of the country and
its natural resources. How well
she can be expected to complete
her task can be measured by the
results she has achieved to date.
Let us examine her progress.
500 New Settlements
Since 1948, nearly 500 new set-
tlements have been founded, in-
cluding 70 villages in the Ney>v
Agricultural production rose
from a total value of $75 million
in 1948 to $320 million in 1957
During this period, Israel's cul-
tivated area increased from
412.500 acres to almost 1,000.000
while the area under irrigation
quadrupled, from 72.000 acres to
approximately 280,000.
In industry, Israel has been
man of the Zionist Emergency
Council, he was in the forefront of
the American Zionist effort in the
Initod Nations which played such
a vital part in the establishment
of the State of Israel.
In addition to his prominent
role in the establishment and up-
building of Israel, Dr. Silver has
a distinguished reputation as a
scholar and spiritual leader.
Dr. Silver has held numerous
important posts, including Dl
tional chairman of the United Pal-
estine Appeal; national chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal:
Dudleian lecturer at Harvard Uni-
versity 1939-40; member of the
Near East Relief Committee;
member of the executive board
of the Larger Regional Govern-
ment of Cleveland; and member
of the Consumers League of Ohio.
President of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis from
1945 to 1947. Dr. Silver holds hon-
orary degrees from Western Re-
serve University and the Hebrew
Union College. He is the author
of "Messianic Speculations in Is-
rael." "World Crisis and Jewish
Survival." and numerous pamph-
lets and monographs.
able to maintain an encouraging
rate of growth. During the past
year, industrial production in-
creased in value to almost S710
million as compared with S226
million in 1949. The industrial
labor force increased to 130.000
in 1967 as compared with 67.000
in 1948. Today, there are some
10 industrial enterprises and
workshops in operation in Israel;
only 9.000 were in existence when
the State of Israel was establish-
ed. Total sales oi electric power
have almost quadrupled since
from 329.000.000 kilowatt-
hours to 1.300,000,000 kilowatt-
hours.
Significant strides have also
been made in the diversification
of industry. With Israel Bond aid,
new domestic and export mar-
kets were established for the use
Of Israeli steel, pipes, tires and
rubber *,oods. electrical appli-
ances, paper products, textiles,
fertilizers, refrigerators, radio
sets, Diesel engines, light tools
an i motor cars. Many of the in-
dustries in Israel use local raw
materials to a considerable ex-
tent, and some use them exclu-
sively.
Oil Production Upped
Israels chemical and mining
industries, which earned -
S20 million in hard currency in
1957. are receiving great impetus
from Israel Bond proceeds. They
were of minor importance ten
years ago. By the end of 1958
savings are expected to reach $25
million as a result of stepped-up
production in the oil fields of
Heletz. the copper mines of Tim-
na near Elath. the iron mines of
Galilee in the north and of the
Negev in the south, the phos-
phate deposits near Kurnub and
the basic chemical plant* near
the Dead Sea, which are operat-
ed with the aid of Israel Bond
funds.
As a result of Israel's improved
production in agriculture and its
advances in mineral develop-
ment, Israels exports of yx>ds
and services increased to $200
million for 1957. With the excep-
tion of citrus products, Israel
scarcely did any exporting before
1948.
Among Israel's leading custo-
mers for her products during the
Past ten years have been Great
Britain, the United States, Bel-
gium, Finland, Turkey, West
Germany, Switzerland, France
Sweden. Holland, Denmark Nor-
way, Cyprus, Canada. Italy,
Greece, Burma and Japan.
The economic project that has
Zany comedians. The Rizt Brother", congratulate Miami L
Councilman Marcie Liberman for his purchase oi S15JJ
Israel Bonds.
Economic Development K<
To Major Deliberations;
Sales Figures Listed for '5'
Only a few years ago. Elath
consisted oi one battered
mud hut. Today it is being
developed into a port city.
Israel Bond purchases are
playing a major role in ex-
pansion of this important city
to Israel's future relations
with Asia and Africa.
Continued from Page 5 A
rael Bond campaign in increasing
Israel's economic strength
"Israel B tnda are no!
lary element in Israel's struggle
for survival and progress. They
are central and indispensable to
everything that we hold dear," he
said.
"There is nothing in the pres-
ent tension which prevents us
from increasing the strength of
our population; integrating our
immigrants, reviving the Negev,
developing our cultural and scien-
tific potentialities, consolidating
our defenses, reinforcing our in-
ternational status in the opinion
of the world. Opportunities for
consolidation exist in a vast and
challenging scope. While keeping
calm nerve and vlgilent eye fixed
upon the surrounding internation-
al tension, our country wiDi
paralyzed into inertia,"
sador Eban declared.
"These ten years of
progress," he said have
their profourH impact not
within its own boundaries I
through "it the worl I Foil
as it did the tra
Hi'.lerism, the establishment]
the State of Js-.-i! I has altered!
tatus of the .lews from a vl
people to a growth p-ople.
transformation has been of i
cisive importance to us Jews.|
to JewUh communities is-
lands. At the same time.
ban of major importance i
nations at a time whoa thej
world is seeking to holster]
growth of under-dev cl-incd
tries as an added ph
aemocracy.
"Can thee new nation* s
in the complex and dif
ond half of the twentieth cesti
Can the energies of these i
countries Israel. Burma. C
and others he channeled
tively to be a decisive farce ill
struggle for world freedom'
a very real sense. Israel is I
'pilot plant,' and its success I
established an inspiring patf
of progress for all young
racies."
!5ft5^ ~ o. W** Jewry's
chases of 1957 when it L ??JZ ZL}0* U,ael ^"d pui-
dinnerinh.communitv m"9 S250'00 '" bnds at *"
Goldmcnn pSTdll3'v%Sz??n ^ ^ Nahum
quest speaker a. dinner 0r9ani2u,in- who was
had an enormous influence on
the country's economic outlook
has been the 190-mUe oil ptpclme
from Elatii ,o Asbdod on t^
Mediterranean coast, which was
completed during i7 with the
aid of Israel Bond fund*.
Budt at a cost of fl.100.OUi of
which 15.500.000 was dan'ved
from Israel Bonds, a. %
Housing Means
Much to Immigrant
Continued from P9 M
expected to absorb some 500-*
immigrants in the nex
yers many of the new I
will be constructed there.
is the area, too, where I
Bonds have been particular!
s'rtimrn'al in developing
era' roourc-s such as
phates. copper, kaolin.
sand, iron and ethers, oua
amon* the achieve.*
made possible with I-1""'"
dollars have been th- reconsw
t.on of Beersbeba from a ""
itsttstl
desert town to a modern
line has a capacity of 1.000 000
tons a year. Israel expects to
save about $12 milhon annually
m ml transportation charges as
a result.
One of the major factor, in
e success of the pipeline project
wa. the. baity of Israel to team.-
factor* ita own steel pipes.
humming with industry
commerce and the en
of Elath a. l^'^H
Gulf of Aqaba. Israel Bon
also buiH the new oUP
from Elath to Beewbrt^
vital investment funds
thermewe. created ttsv
ty for farming the lawj^
land of the Negev by
tha hsiaflatfaBB rfwaterl
and Irrifflrtise, note**
fmerjsajl
pipHVl
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, February 7. 19S
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'ourt Clean Kastner
)f Quisling Charges
SAIEM-(JTA)-The Is-!
(pron- C3iirt posthumously,
j Dr. Nrael Kastner by a 4
L0(e of collaboration with the
3, hi- negotiations to save
aGer-ianocfupied Hungary
w the 1'te World War. The)
hy opinion was folbwed by
Inonty reports.
20(i p.i; (locis on. written
Lid hv Justice Simon Ara-
trmr Kcn'iicky attorney.
i a tVoycaroM decision of
Cem Putrid Judge Benja-
|alevv -ho in a libel case
E r >t pamphleteer Mal-
IruenbciJ. held that the lat-
in Su .cit at"d charves of
tuon a gains'. Dr. Kastner.
Halew assessed a no
I fine aoainst Gruanbarq on
[round that ha had wrttton
j proved that Dr. Kastnar
Lnally profited from his daal-
Iwitti Adolf Eichmaim, Naii
Irish expert."
appal against the decision
jrried hj the government
[tad prosecuted GruenberR
grounds that he maligned
fecial oi tbe government. Dr.
fr. asvissinated last March
orisN who reportedly fear-
[would be cleared by the Su-
1 Court had the official sta-
ll wiim m the original trial.
] 300 ]K'-!! verdict the district
repeatedly castigated Dr.
\s, ass i -' he had "sold his
(he i tvil."
|n!;r.-) I'i't Dr. Kastnar's
liatiors wi'h Eiehmann for
elease of 100,000 Hungarian
againt the payment of $2
n was "patently immoral,"
ce Agi mat held that it was
easora^le to adopt a tech-
attitute toward such an act
i so mu S was at slake."
rsaicl !h r court had the
i hi information
I Dr. K -i under tha exist-
' Actressis or* Past
}n film Series
eat Actresses of the Past"
l Ihemc for the Feb. 14 mem-
ilm program, 8 p.m., at tne
nd Emiv Lowe Art Gallery,
Ml] i.i Miami.
gram v ill include Gabriell-
in an excerpt from "Ma-
Sans-Gsnc." 1911; Sarah
ardt. excerpt from "La
aux CameliM," 1912; Min-
Jaddern Fiake, exceipt from
lt> Fair." 1915; Eleanora
I excerpt from "Cenere," 1916.
p arc trom the Museum of
m Art. New York.
ing circumstances and in the at-
mosphere of hopelessness of Hun-
"ar*n Jewry, could not have
known.
ine Supreme Court held that col-
laboration required intent and that
an a'aysis of the Gruenwald trial
record did not support the conten-
lon tha Dr. Kastner's acts were
part of a d -liberate plot. It called
Tud?e Halevy's reasoning and con
elusions "unfounded."
M. Dsde Group
To Hon> Sunday
North Dade Jewish Center pre
een boys and girls groups, under
he dircc ion of Robert Linof and
Mrs. Daniel Abramowitz. will host
a similar croup from Temple Si-
nai of Hollywood on Sunday.
An all-day program is planned,
inc'udin-* a Temple service lunch-
eon and debate between two teams 1
on a topic on Jewish history.
The groups will also engage in
sports competition at JKortu Miami
Recreation Cantor. -A party held!
at the North Dade Jewish Center.
will climax the.day' activities.
S. Herbert Hariri, T*mpie Sinai;
youth director.-, has 'extended1 an
invitation for the North Daders to
be present at a similar program at
Temple Sinai tha fallowing month.
Irvin Katz, principal of Miami
Leach High School, has been
named "Man cf the Year" by
Miami Beach Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce in recogni-
tion of hi* "Thought for a
Day" community service pro-
gram.
ner annum
Resources
Ovar
$112,000,000.00
ederal
Savings
n Association
IAMT OJMJ OLDMT IN MIAMI HAOM
Liitcoln Rood of Washington Avetwe
s- Washington Ave. 71 si ami Harding Ave.
26t) Sonny bios Blvd.
- YOUR NEAREST MAILBOX!
THE EYES
OF ISRAEL
ARE ON YOU
The whole world is looking to Florida and not because
it is the place where the warmth of the sun dissolves the
worries and anxieties off our fast paced life. Today as the
world stands on the threshold off life or destruction, two
points in Florida Cape Canaveral and Miami Beach
represent in dramatic fashion Hie hope for the defense off
everything we hold dear.
In Cape Canaveral our armed forces have succeeded in
launching a great new missile off defense. In Miami
Beach there are many people working to perfect a "missile"
off hope and survival for Hie State off Israel.
The launching pads of this "missile" for Israel's future
are the hotels and resort areas where warm-hearted friends
are seeking to shape a great weapon for Israel's economic
reconstruction. The count-down has begun. There are only a
few days left before this missile will be "fired." It will be re-
leased at the International Anniversary Conference and
Israel Independence Ball at the Fontainbleau Hotel during
the period from Thursday, February 6th through Saturday,
February 8th.
The mechanism is in good working order. It has been
tested by the devotion and support of men and women who
realize the decisive role of Israel not only for the Jewish
people, but for the preservation of the ideals and principals
off human freedom.
The scientists and experts in Cape Canaveral have our
admiration and wishes for continued success. As private
citizens, we are elated and hopefulthat is about all you and
I can do on that front. But in the case off Israel you can
do much more because you are at the "launching pad,"
you are at Hie firing line and you, through your work and
your active participation, can assure the resounding success
off our "missile" off peace and concrete economic support for
Israel.
I am proud to be associated with the great three-day cele-
bration off Israel's tenth anniversary. Israel has given the
world a shining example of courage and self-sacrifice. The
miracle of its rebirth in the face of great hardship has won
our deepest admiration. We can be proud, truly and wonder-
fully proud, off what we have helped Isroel accomplish in the
past ten years.
Last year you celebrated my 65th birthday. This year
you will be celebrating a much more important birthday
Israel's tenth birthday off freedom. It is a time of rejoicing.
It is a time to be happy. But be happy with a purpose. Moke
sure the celebration will be so successful that it will reach
all the way to Israel as a powerful "missile" off encouragement
and solid support for the future. Celebrate Israel's political
independence by laying the groundwork for her economic
independence. Remember the eyes off the world are on Florida.
The eyes off Israel are on you.
On to success from Canaveral to Miami Beach.
Qanioj
ISRAEL ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE AND BALL COMMITTEE
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Religious Zionist Organization of America is spearheading
national campaign to present new settlements in Israel with
Scroll of Law. Mr and Mrs. Harry Chafetz (left) are cooperat-
ing with Rabbi Tibor Stern in Beth Jacob Congregation's Torch
presentation, which will take place Saturday. 10 a.m. Accept-
ing Torah will be Leon Gellman, president of World Religious
Zionist Organization, and Rabbi Isaac Stollman. president of
Religious Zionist Organization of America. Cantor Samuel
^Rosenblatt, son of late famed Yossele Rosenblatt, will par-
ticipate in Saturday's ceremonies.
Religious Zionists Form Quarters
Here to Mark Israel's Anniversary
Grade to Speck
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Temple Emanu-El Forty-Nmers
I will hold a social meeting Sunday
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pi esident.
The event will feature Nathan
Ratner in a film showing, and a
talk on -progress m the State of
Israel."
Mrs. Miriam Pell Solkoff will
lead the group in a songlest of
Israeli and Hebrew songs.
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I Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky as spir-
| itual leader, will present a Torah
at a later date.
National Relirlous Zionist Or-
ganization of America has pro-
claimed Feb. 8 through 15 as "Re-
ligious Israel Week." The observ-
ance will begin Saturday with "Re-
ligious Israel Sabbath." executive
director Rabbi Isaac B. EtOS i
vealed here.
The organization also announced
the establishment of quarters in,
Miami Beach to launch a series1
of festivities commemorating the!
tenth anniversary of the Slate of,
Israel.
A Religious Zionist meeting
will be held Wednesday evening
at Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Participating will be Leon Gell-
man, president, and Rabbi Beta-
lei Cohen, chairman of the edu-
cation department, of the World I
Religious Zionist Organization.
Musical program will include
Cantors Abraham Seif, Kneserh Is-1
rael; Maurice Mamches. Beth Ja-
cob; and Berele Kelemer, Miami
Hebrew Congregation.
Conference committee includes1
Rabbi Morris Horowitz, chairman,
Rev. J. Krantz and Israel Levin-
son. Rabbi Shmaryahu Sw irsky
heads the rabbinic committee, as-
sisted by presidents of all Ortho-
dox cohgregtttOOS in the Greater
Miami area.
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rael Week"' will be the presenta-
Uon by Beth Jacob congregation
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CJA Kicks Off With $927,000 Figure
vn at banquet honoring Louis Dublin, president of Kneseth
fefConcregation. Sunday, 6 p.m., at 1415 Euclid are., are
ho right) Rabbi David LehrfJeld. Joseph Nadler, banquet
ja, Dublin, and Cantor Abraham SeH. Synagogue
large wa? burned at dinner affair.
Continued from Page 1 A
campaign chairman Dr. Morris
Goodman said Wednesday.
The dynamic Philippine Amhns
sador lauded the American people
or "cartel for th.'ir s-ck. ihe a".r '.
and the human discard* and shar-
ing their substance wttfa the under-
privileged and need>." A capacity
attendance of some 700 persons
filled lnV VouV.WllV* rr*4i .TTs
Grand Ballroom Sunday to hear
him.
1Vor.ii Today' to b* Viatel
'The World Today" will be th-
topic of a discussion at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum, 124 11th it, Miami
Beach. Saturday at 8 p.m.
Speakers will be Dr. Abraham
Wo'fson, founder of the Spinoza
Forum, and Leslie Balough Bain,
newspaper correspondent.
Also scheduled is Dr. Jacqups
Fresco in an address on "Science
in the World Today."
This is the highest form of spirit-
uality, he'declared, and com nen !
ed the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity for us generoua outpouring
of mods in behalf of the worid-w.de
causes encompassed by the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Bounding a warning that Russia's
primordial objective: Is world co.i-
quesl, he urged America to make
Intensive campaigning will be-
gin this week in .some 8j divisions
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ish- Appeal, who fl-w bei fi m
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\iami Rabbi Raps Shecbita Bill
ibbi Tibor Stern, of Beth
i'on upon Greater Miami
to write Sen. George
ihers Sen. Spessard Holland
|Rep. Dante Fascell in an cf-
|to kill Bill lilt 8308 "and to
legislation which may be
I first anti-Jewish law in the
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for the killing of art animal by
an authorised Shocht with a
quick thrust of a knife.
Rabbi Stern declared his call
here is a relay of an urgent mes-
sage disseminated amoiy Jewish
communities throughout the
United States by the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
Slates and Canada.
The message, signed by exec-
utive director Rabbi Meyer Co-
hen, is on record aa opposing HR
8308 because "it may be detri-
mental to the practice of She-
chitah, even though the wording
of the legislation contains a pro-
vision which exempts Shechitah
or declares it humane."
The message continues: "Our
accumulated experience as a
people teaches us that laws con-
cerning methods of slaughtering
animals, though exempting She-
chitah from any restriction, ul-
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against Shechitah itself, if not
to the very prohibition thereof."
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animals, exempting Shechitah
from its provision. But about
two years ago, after an inten-
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Parliament sponsored a bill to
apply to Shachitah the restric-
tions of the old law, which if
adopted would have made the
practice of Shechitah impossi-
ble."
! The Union of Orthodox Rabbis
fc.rees that the bill recognizes
that "slaughtering in conformity
with the practices and require-
ments of any established religious
faith (is) declared to be
humane within the meaning of
this Act." But the Union lashes
out against what it calls "the in-
ference that can be drawn from
the language of the bill .
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is not in reality a humane meth-
od, and is only considered as
humane within the meaning of
the law."
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"such an inference misrepre-
sents Shechitah, the religious
Jewish method of slaughtering
animals, which is in fact the most
humane method."
Warning that the passing into
law of HR 8908 might, result in
"the probable rise in the prices
of Kosher slaughtered animals,"
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recommit the bill for further
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IJewish Appeal i Drun Division, headed by Sam Gold-
s=ated center). Left are Morris Green and Tom Segal.
no (left to rght) are Fred Ellis, Sidney Simkowi'z, Ray
[and ten Groen. Division held recent cocktail party at
lan's home to launch campaign.
IIHE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Pag* 4 A
|p Csidenl i t one of the smallest nationsVietnam."
fiswas : pithy but withal pathetic picture, as was the General's
Cal o( Mi r.isenhower's attendance last year at the Pan-Amer-
KesicienS Conference "talking to all. his arms around every-
|For Midi was the best the Ambassador could say oi our fore-
id state-"ianship today, harking back bitterly to one' of our
Meats in the Cold War, the Egyptian arms deal with ttia Soviet
Imakiny oi Russia what she never was beforea power with
|o reck n in the Middle East.
pr"---.: Administration, it is true, warned Chou En-lai against
Ion Formosa, fenced with him in a frenetic brinksmanship over
land Quemoyand partially brought it off. But this could, not
}e favorably, with our losses in Egypt and Syria, our tragic
' at Sue* Nor could the record stand comparison with Greece.
r.-li.ill Plan anJ Korea. Hence. Gen. Romulo's anonymities
a Combined Jewish Appeal audience it was perhaps too
lots. With only two brief references to Israeleach .fpcompe-
the 'inly before himthe Philippine Ambassador somehow
[the bout on a trip he seemed to take alone along-the"anadowy
of history, nonetheless brilliantly conceived and strikingly
U.S., Dag
Eye Effect
Of Merger
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
(In Israel, th* press predicted
that President Master's pxt
move would be t'-e nationaliia-
Wo/Tof biT alolir-i t*rmin*ti-n
in Syria, th* Egyptian ruling
military junta has boasted open-
ly that b*tw**n the Suez Canal
and the trans-Syrian pipelines,
the fee-rated state will control
the movement of 90 percent of
Europe's oil. There hive been
hints that this situation will be
i-.jd to pressure the West.
Meanwhile, at the United Nations.
Secretary General Dau Hammarsk
jold's office has adopted a "wait-
and-see" attitude toward the an-
nounced federation of Egypt and
Syria.
Contrary to reports, the highest
lev i I in the United Nations has
made no statement about the mean-
ing of the federation and its rela-
tions to the ON and is not going to
issue any such statement unt'l
there is a constitution, single flag
and general set-up for the new
"United Arab Republic," it was es-
tablished.
There is no indication here yet
whether the new Arab state will at-
tempt to retain both UN votes now-
held by Egypt and Syria through
the adoption of a commonwealth
arrangement rather than single na-
tion status.
Top officialdom at the UN be-
lieves a long time will elapse be-
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HILARY MIXBUX
Comment on Talmudic Commentary...New Gastric Compendt
THE LIVING TALMUD The Wis4m> of !? Father* ad
rt, CUswc*i C*-w*ans. SiIslW a-S> TraswUted
with mi Essay bv J** &*. a*7..'^. "** V*^
The Mew Ajocmi L*r*ry: A Muani .eJiaisvs
Omc. S-5e
JUDAM GOCOm deas of the StMM? Calleg* o
jewtsh Theoiweiral gesniairy of
h* h^w twUm af Pet* AM (the W
M gfta
_riud
cad. Deaa
irad. aad jraraeewas the
For th.s indeed is what the Rabbis
LrrLTod bVd that they could supply the exercises
iVS woSTbecome second nature in the World to-Come
What in the final analysis, is the Talmud .f not the
choreocrapkv far We in the Medianic Age' _.
C^T^Sewhat staccato rhythm of Abot is not typical of
other s.xtv4uo Talmud* treats. which ebb back and
the author says, .n dialect* and debate. ttl
Wisdom of the Fat. er* i* m the form of masims tod epi
grams, "a kind of T.lmud.c Book of Proverbv Inter
iersed between the traditional paragraph*, of MishaayoL
are the classical commentaries The publ.sher notes thai
th: is the first translation of them into English
Released simultaneously with the book was a Mentor
MiLToy rmiEBMA*
U.S. Continues to Support Saudi Prejudice
A si- r- rs ;.. =
- Cswo has re
. .-. ----- ;
s I -' --,s '-'
i- fcaaanawjl
The ACU' i the per
fMITiTtf vJMMK "-Se
ported by scares af
shsp b open only M>
is stneere and nat
-r; : jrpi-c. :c -_ae
ha : serial augsai -
tCBU by ACU. sad
_an caapioytes
to hare jomt
DtfUttMBl
Anaencaas of Jewish fanh frost ihe
la tins ittujti. ACU," a-w ay*
pk:e freedom of
dares the? wish
the ACU' remains -waalterahty
:.-. e act.on by the Unned Sutes
vohres uurinpesaeat af the C
aricrieas: i.:.z?zi
An attearpt is sail beset
ministration that it is
SAIL CAJtSO.Y
American Federal discrimination against IS citizens.
The ACLL" i-dded its voice to others in the recent out-
-at persuaded the government to drop a plan for the
ersus to require answers as to religious affiliation
a the comin-. I960 census. At first the ACLl" thought the
question reasonable. But after further study, the organ
uatwo reversed its stand It took a position similar to
that of the American Jewish Congress.
>evere penalties would have been exacted for refusal
-,e one'; lehgion ACLC thought this a breach of
the traditional American wall of separation between
church and state. In ACLl's opinion "it is not the HM
or usefulness of replies about individual belief or church
wdy membership which is the heart of the matter, but
the nghi of the government to inquire for however good
a purpose."'
Devotion of ACLL' to basic freedom is such that it
support- the evil liberties even of groups and individuals
whose ideologies are abhorred by ACLU members. The
Iwilhi i n Caliiunua ACLC actually supported a mH
against the state by the notorious anti-Semite. Gerald L.
hi Sauih The Smith suit claimed that present laws im-
posed restrictions that made it too difficult for small polit-
ical parties to jet on the state ballot.
Pamphlet* distributed by the Seaboard White Citizens
a Charlottesville. Va., contained "venomous
But despite the "un-savory character of
ACLC thought police restrictions on their
ation of freedom of speech.
Do Dag's World Travels Have Any Effects?
IS OUl PEIIPATETK >*.--.j_-y
* 3rt :ae earth. flyxng
yemi was rwhxwd la a miad aena. that aav he faces has
real ippiafj.j as a peaeeaacer far the world Be b
proriac the correctaess of that fttw
As Haaiaursc be retxzaed fraai Cairo, thex taaftmd wah Seeretar* of
IVfft S4HW
The Ubiquitous Phot
THOSE ISRAELI GIKLS bmbi la hare vfel h takes I
daa! know wha; a rakes hat whatever a does, they
srrm to have. Take Jaef Faheaseac She is 23-yearvead.
aad a nadiiai af the Pthtia L'arrerscr ai luaiaiii
la is the great place where aae ex
vaoas to tee West, defead theauehea froea tadu
tacks, raceaar.er perOaas daasers la Afocaa
0 eacape tteaa aaarder deas la Saatapare. They ex-
Perieace all of these adulaiea while saary eaueand ta
a ceaafanabJe studio. The adieaiare is all syathetK.
paste, amfaaal.
JaeJ Fiaketaesa. the Hebrew Lanersoy rtaihl does
1 aeed HaBywaad. irtaaai she frpfrwaitj the real ad-
Skate IhiUes. all the matters he discusses w:ih the various
fareiga office chiefs around the world are interrelate atxediif purpose of a visit to London .or to Moscow or to
aught be disarmament and how to get the Russians
back zato talks on that all important subject. But disarma-
aarat is part of the cold war And the Middle East is part
of ^e cold war
**<' e aid to underdeveloped countries
is Asia and Africa are tools in the cold war And that
taree-acale aic -ungton ha- at last icknowledged,
Mrhaies delivery del.\er>. not mere promise of $250
"K*** -' : I Pius a minimum of $100 million
af arras to S>na Interrelated' That's an understatement,
e arming of Egypt and Syria by the Soviet bloc is not
rely related to the cold warit is part of Its w:
Jure.
Ka-n-arsfcioM h cenainly aware of the implications
I the !>rael > two outstanding enemies, under
the tutelage of Moscow, have received at least $350 million
i of arms He is certainly aware of the r Hential dan-
irr that such arming pases :<> I>rael.
(* the other hand. Hammarskjold ai-* knows ih-
i of -.. Nraels ex-Chief of Staf' M*he
ft;;\ ?*/dav Dayan a,ed-,n 'n^
has never had it >o good. Fed.yeen raids hav,. m,.
tually ceased although uuh.n hours after this is wr.tten
' -L-Tr^,- V ^ >n*n SUch frwdom {Tom attack
rael frontiers us stable. How lung |J Uu. quie.u.
HORIS SMOLAB
Record of readings by Praf. Goldin of excerpt, m
Abut and its commentaries, as well as parts ol k
and a discussion, on the second side, of the
the Talmud as distinguished from the more aacw
Hebrew, plus readings in Hebrew. University g
Press is due to publish a higher-priced, hardhousii
of the book.
THE JEWISH COOK BOOK. By Mildr* Or.
444 pp. New York: Bloc* Pwblishin, C.
rIS IS A newly refised and ealitgH editwi
book of Jewish cookery. Subtitled "ii^
Cooking According to the Jewish Dietary Laws," j
sii'-cessor of the Aufk Babette Cook Book wMrk a
first Jewish cook boof in English. Mrs. Bellin it j |
ally known dietician.
Thousands of kosher recipes are. of course, i
attraction. In addrtton. special features include a]
o\er section, traditional holiday dishes, and full f
on dietary laws, food laws and custom- of the1
meal planning and helpful information.
The many recipes from abroad are par
triguing. but unfortunately they are a little di.
find in the index The little introductory notes I
food section balance this small flaw, however, kJ
\.i:uable tips and information.
There are now several excellent Jewish coat |
he market; this column alone has taken note of I
five in the past few years. This one ranks. I shoulij
among the best.
ELMAHU SALPETER
Eventful Year Ahead
Je
IT LOOKS LIKE 1938 is going to be an eventful|
Israel. It will be the tenth year of existence of |
born Jewish State, and it is scheduled to be a yean
bration. Israelis fervently hope that some
events of internal and foreign affairs will not
spirit of rejoicing.
No les- than 22 international conferences am
uled for the anniversary year. These events rsnjel
farmers convention and an international
ference to a world Jewish choir festival, the ioti
Bible quiz finals and an international film festival^
local events will include such diverse entertainmestsf
Israel folk dance festival, the masquerade ball at I
Hod artists' village, the Bedouin harvest festivdl
Nagav and carnal raoss in the |
Though at the moment it looks like the cabinet!,
is -about-to be patched -up. their are many obsma
pradiot that even if there is a reunion of Mipii
leftist coalition partners, the honeymoon 1- not
last too long, and 1958 may yet see elections to the 1
normally not due until a year later. Yet. if Premierl,
iiirmn manages to keep his new coalition log
another three to four months, election would be i
only toward the end of the next year it takes abeatjj
-i\ months to compile the voters lists, publish
(me tin- < \pected large number of rogue*is for csj
make the corrections and publish the final lists.
Israol being a country with a constant high
immigration has a very' high mobility of populati
stream of newcomers keeping the entire pool in a*
To a considerable extent, the chances of a V*\
tion crisis may depend on the international deveje
While it is conceivable that the leftists padi*i
acceed to Ben-Guriofl'a policy of seeking arms fr1
i\>r source including Germany, and to the defartaj
meal of Israel with the West, any developments r
or requiring Israels formal contractual a-sociaW
i Western defense framework would, most likely. l
let new leftist objections
Much depends, of course, on what are Moscow
die Fast plans for 1958 There have been some st>'
frni the Soviet capital to the effect that while
a year of international victories for Russia. 1958 sha
a year of internal economic consolidation If th '",
there is some hope that Russia will satisfy itself UM
year with consolidating its hold on Egypt ad s-vn,J
ek new ventures in the Middle East. Israel if"
Communist party reportedly shares this estimate
This, however, is not a guarantee in Use" **
trouble- ,n this area.
I was reading ahaat her the other day :a the Israeli
paper It reused that whea Adla. Ste\eesea was za U
-i'. :* ;*-.*<: : x* -j*. Megan H* b&artt-: pgssM get
On the way over he looked oat The desolate fields
"c*v* drew ass aueanaa far a while, then he gaaed at the
craggy racks hadsag the pkirfhilti which Israel hopes to
* wceJah. Far off he coasd see a PlIi_l an his
Sana he gave ap arv-ganag aad VrakH
aa the plane Could n be possible'
Yes. there could be ao sjaertiea ahaat M. The Pile
af the piaae he was ridaag in was a gui-
lt was JaH Psakelsteia. a student of the Hebrew Lao-
Tersaty bat a heeaaed asr pelat af Israel.
Yiddishists Dont Have to be Downcast
^(S'^r* C0NT,MUALL^ Pl.n that Y,d-
J!f ^ oppressed m Israel. preference to
^hSwork ELTi* LI SC"ng a nonunTentai^ve
wahxaae work in \sadish published in Israel a^d mst ~-
SfL;?"" "r ^ Treasuo!" *""
to great erudition and fundamental Jewish scholar*
g-iher and select all the material which the five w
contain
Mr Yeusrohn. who was popular with mill"** *
' dish daily newspapers us pre-war Warsaw, o'**"1^
ti this task. It certainly is interesting to /
work was publidied not in New York, or in any
wlwr Viddishms usaplain about Israel, but u '^
Incidentally, the son of the author was for
nuw
the1'*
years press attache of the Israel delegation to a*.
Nations. He is now ia this coontry as the Am"~7J
respondent of Maariv." the newspaper with *
circulation in Israel.


-Jewlsti fBcrkUar
1S-A
immigrant from Iraq,
ti 60,000 whose transfer
jel is being carried out,
to Israel Bond dollars
jrce of industrial devel-
nt. For in commerce and-
_y, immigrants find rul-
Lni ot their true future.
lomers want peace and
Jity in knowledge that
[are contributing to Iav
i upbuilding.
LftOM. NOTICt
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED CHAPTER S0722 ACTS
OF 1S41 File A-1SS7,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Dim
Nathaniel W. Sleael, holder of Coun-
ty Tux Hale Certificates numbered in
and .".ixs issued the lal Baj of June,
A l !'.l. ha* filed narm- In my office,
and has made application lot a n\
ill-. 'I in be Issued thareoa BAM certifi-
cates embrace the following deacril>e<|
property, in the County of liade Slue
\V III l-i of S', of Tr 7 same as
lta II \ 1". Vanderhtlt I'k Amd
!! Hat Book 2. I'agc 40, contain-
ing .23 Acres more or less In the
i ounlv of Dade, Stale hi Florida,
as embraced in Certificate No
Ttie> assessment of said property
tender the said certificate i
vv.is In the name of W. P, Hialg-
,kiiw S.VVi^Luu-lun, .
LurnlM 3 Lincoln Pity Sec. A..
Plat Hook 4 Page containing
.17 Acre* more ar less In the Coun-
ty of Hade", State of Kim Ida. as
embraced In Certificate No MS*.
The assessment of .-aid properly
under the said certificate leaned
was in the name of Airport (idns
Hnmel.l-I*
I'nless said cartlfleases shall In- n -
teemed according to law, the property
described herein will ba sold to the
htghest bidder nt the Court ftouaa
i the flrat Monday in the month
of March. AD. lr,H. which la the 3rd
day of March. A.I) 19-".8.
Dated this tilth day of January, AD.
H II. LEATHHKMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Coort. Pade Couaty, Flnr:.l-i
(seul) By H. M. I.KEPEH. D.C.
1/31,2/7-14-21.
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK; IH HlvREHY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng t,, engage in
be f|, tit Ions name of
1 EN I R ILOENERATOH I \i II \m;i
N V\ 7th Avenue. M arm. Flor
Ida Intends to rexlster sal.I name u.tb
rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
cu...r... BERNARD MARKS
EHRICH A ZUCKERMAN
2/i-M .
_ NOTICE UNDER
v /'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'.....i- is HEREBY tJIVRN that
'!'-!' ina i euai
bus neaa under the rictltlous nam ..f
MALI MAN FIND at .hi, Beybold
IKill'llnK. alia I, Florida In tan .'. to
l*(l.-tei (Bid ii Hlif. with the Cerk of
!; i '"i Coui i of Dad* County,
Florida.
ARTHI U s FRIEDMAN
FRIEDMAN A BHAPIRO
Attorney* for Arthur S. Friedman
2/7-14-
ricn Branch
Is Officers
fcurmn Branch of Karband
(eet Thursday evening, Feb.
Beth El Cumn'enation.
L Sachs will be installed
Fnt cf the organization.
rs to be installed are Sam
kel. vice president; Abraham
|n. financial secretary; Sam
rcasurcr.
| Mrs. Miriam Halperin, re-
; secretary; Mrs. Anna Sor-
COjrresponding secretary,
\. A. J. Ishlun, cultural chair-
tam will include a discus-
! current events by Manuel
tin, and a musical perform-
ly Cantor Berele Kelemer, of
1 Hebrew Congregation, and
Milstone.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE HEREBY <;1VKN that
the nndeiaaiini, desiring to miiiK In
business under the fictitious unw ol
RayHII Tube FKtlng Ko. at M17 N.E
2nd Avenua. MUtlM. Florida Intends t..
.register said, nam-- with the Clerk of
ti.e Circuit Omit of liaile CotiBty,
Florida.
RAYMWfD BIL.VER
RKICEL A TElTkLifftN
Attorneys for AppAft'dt
it hIm.hu. ,i1: "*
I 7-14-21-2S
LftGAL NOTICE
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V'P. I- "I IIKIIY lilVKN thai
"'' desiring to ennag.- In
" "P"'' .'Iiiiiiim a.ien of
I Dr. NT At. LABORATORY at
V" I4uh Si MU.nl intend to
r Mul n.i ii.. with the cierh of
pnult cniit f i>ade County.
At.HKRT IfAYFt.ICK
^I^II.HNHEK,;
JfV fi.r \. ,-nll,
IbuM Bids
,J T-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRERf OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, dasl lo encaxe in
buslneaa under t^. hctltlnua nama <
FLORIDA SCHOOL Of UEAI. ES-
I \ rE hi sni formless Bid*.. Intend lo
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
KAY HERMAN
MARY I'.KftNSTFIW
Equal i'artners.
1/21-gl. 2/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
the undersicned. desiring to engaga In
lie flctltloua ti.iiii' of
HI'PER KEKVICH l>HV CI.EANERrt
AND I.AI NI'ltY iit M>90 Bird Road.
Miami. Florida Intends H> rexlsi-
name with the Clerk Court of Iadc County, Kl.
AI-BURT IIOTH
QEOROR J. TAl.lAN'OFF. Alty
4L'" Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla.
2/7-14-21-2S
NOTICE
Nu'l'li-i: is in-.l;i;,JY C.IVEN that
in \ I'aitus. who na
eloted Ii, the i rlininal Court of Rat.....I
Court or Dad* Couatr, Florida, at the
Octobar lerm tinreof. aii i:.4. of
the offenses of Orand Larceny and
entencad thaeafoi to ataapandad front
day to day and tei in to term until
further order of this court, sill apply
for i leniency to the Btat* Board ol
Pardons. Tallahaasa*, F'lorlda. at Us
lost lexular meetinn
JOSEPH W CARTCS
.A|i|..i.an;i
LEGAL NOTICK
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LW
NOTYCB is HEREBY OIVEN that
the uiturrslRiieri. desirlnx to engage in
business under the flctltloua name of
''.AI.A LOCNOE iit 2100 Collins Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Fkirlda, intends to
tegiater said name with the Clark of
Die Circuit Court of Pede County.
Florida.
l/17->.11.,/TOALALOl:KOE-INC-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tha-
the underslaned. desiring to engage In
i under t'ie flctltloua n
l.o\|...\ <;cilii i.i
intends to register sald> name
with the t'lfik of tlv ii. t ol
Dade County. Flot |
ALEXANDER SMITH
I'*.! > 7-'
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
_ Jen 1st Meridian
solicits four legal nutlcN.
Wo approclat* your
patronage and guarants*
accurate service at legal
rales
Phone FR 4-4366
lor eager service
,.M THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IOA. IN PROBATE. No. 42S1S-A
In He: ESTATE OF
HARRY TIKCHI.F.K
rsi I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Al Creditors and All Paraoni Hav-
ing Claiina or Demands Against 8ald
Estate:
You, and each of you are herein n..-
tlfled and reouireil to piesent aa|
claims and demands which yott
either tif >- eatata of Harry Tlachler deceaaed late
..I i Mil.- County, Florida, to tha n n
in.iiii. County Judges of Dada County,
ami fib- tha aama in their ofl
tha County Courtbouaa In Dnde Co
w. Florida, within elxht calendar
months from the diit..... i first uuD-
llcatloB hereof Nald claims or da-
inamis to contain tin- lagjal addraaa of
. man I nd to '. swot n to and
preaentetl as aforesaid, 01 name l I be
barred. See Bactlon 7SI i1', of tb. r.ii.',
lYnliate Act.
Date Janunry 2!', A l> 195S.
E8TEI-LK TISCH LF.lt.
A. RICHAl:l> TI8CHI.ER
As Executors of the l.a-1 Will and
Testament of llnn> Tlschler, de-
i "<>d.
II IIERNHTEIN. Attorney for
the estate of Harry Tlaahler.
2/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 42%33-B
In I: E E t te ..f
svi.ly BBMDHEIM
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREOITOR8
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herehv notified and renotred
to piesent any claims and demands |
which you may have against the es-
tate of sai.i.y BBNDHEIM dei
late of Hade County, FktaMa, to I ID
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
County Courthouse In Hale cuntv.
Florida, within eight calendar months
fiom the date of the first puhili ntlon
hereof, or the same \* III |... barn I
HELEN HEAR, as Executrix of -he
Eatafa of sally bendheim. Da-
ceased
l.K'i.N A. EP8TEIN, Attyr
120 I Incoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
l/M-tt. 2'7-M.
I EGAW NOTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKBY OIVEN that
the underalaned. desiring to eiigags* in
business under the fictitious name of
MOBILE TV SERVICE at **ll H.J.
Sth Street Intends to regleter said
nawie with tha Clerk of the Circuit
Court of l>ade County. Florida.
IXl IS WETTER. Bole Owner
KKSSLLIt OARS
Attorners fur Applicant
ISM S.W. 1st St.
' M.___________
? .N0T,CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I1' B IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Nlerslgneil. deairing In engage in
undri the fictitious name of
'.?-1T'- '""'EtHH-ASS COM-
| 6" I'aim Avenue. Hialeah.
int.iiii- | regiater said name
JJ lei ,.. ,,. circuit Court of
|lountv. Florida.
MCRRAY BAKER
I24W KevstoM a.reer
North Miami, Florida
Kr |, Rosen
" "bin iv Maker
Jjow R vi:,., Kaach. Fla.
r.r-ST,CE UNDER
FCTITIOUS NAME LAW
lii.r'! S ;"'"'"' OIVEN thai
lerslxn-il, desiring to enrage In
BNi tmdr M .. flctltlou. name of
BN'.K 1>KTKCTI\ H BUREAl' si
t:s R""'llii Miami Intend
t n i .. it|, th,. ,., K ,,
l'""i I'ourl of Dude c,inij.
ANllh INCORPORATED
WEI iiscii, Baaulre
I1.' .'" v"" < lint-rated
I' ':"<' liulMIng
a Rlnrld,
I
Ifict^?7JCE under
rri -J ,TJ,y,s N,VMF- l*w
Llr "'"'-"V nrVEN that
r'erslgn.,1 ,ie-t,(nit rn,BK^ |
fcsrt vi .. "' li'1" na"'..- '
lit it, MtTMENTR si ......
Kine ,""',' '"",| '" sS tel
Ke' ;;;:;' '" n-^m
lorssVi1-1- '"'"' "AM and
I l;V,i,M.'vWITZ'.....
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NOT CE UNOfcr.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NUTK-E IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
the undersigned, daslrlna to engaae In
.nslness under the flctltloua njme if
IF.OROE APARTMeTNTn at 16M-1S14
l>rexel Avenue. Miami Beach Intend
to reirlster said name with tha Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
GEORUE SIMON
CLARA SIMON
KoVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Oeorge A Clara Simon.
l'24-tl. Z/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FtCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the iiudei signed, desiring to enajaae In
boatiiesH unifc-r the fictitious name of
RENDIX LACNDBRETTE at 1S
S.W. J2nd St i eet Intend to rajtlster
.aid name with tke Clerk of the; Cir-
cuit Court .( Dade County, Florida.
ISAlMiltK BERNSTEIN aasl
LIUelaVM BERNSTEIN, Itta Wife.
Hole ownara.
1/31. 2/7-14-21.
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NOTtCE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter aoraa-Acta af 1*41
File A-194SS
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
Hen is. .skin holder of County Tax Sale
Certificate No. 4132 Issued the Slst
day of Mar, A.D. ISM. has fltad same
in m) office, and has made application
for a tax deed to lie Issued thereon.
Said Certificate ,-mb.aces the follow-
ing described property in the County
ni I'.ide. Slate ol Florida, to-wlt:
l-i 7 Block it Boulevard Add..
,*e >x In the County
of I Vile. State of Florl.la
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was In the
name of. B. A. Hughes.
I'nle-s said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the pruiierty
described herein will lie aoM U> the
highest bidder at the Conn
n the ii. hi Momiat In the month
of March, B'SH, which is the 3rd 'lay
of Man h
I >al< il Ihl of .Isniiar
E H I EATHERMAN. Clerk l
rt, I'll.le follim I
B) R, M LBBl'ER, D f.
' I-?!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOP
IDA. IN PROBATE. No, 42609-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
I.OCIS DINITZ
Deceased
NOTICK TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or l-emands Against S.iid
Estate:
You. and each of you are herehv no-
tified and lequlred to present an)
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have again-t the
estate of l.ouia IHnltx deceased late of
Dade County. Florida, to the Honor-
able County Judges of Dade County,
and file the name In their offices In
the Couaty Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida. within eight calendar
month* from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to he sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. Bee Section 733.16 of the
IMS Probate Act.
Hate February 4. A I), in:.*
OI.AHYS DINITZ. As Executrix
of the Laat Will and Testament
of Louie Dlnitx, Deceased.
ELRY STONE
1910 Cotigrene. Hhut.. Miami. Ma.
Attorney for Executrix
S/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNOCR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna t<> engage In
buauMaa under the fictitious name of
I.Ol'-RORE SHIRT CO.. at 13013 N.W.
7th Avenue. Miami. Intends to register
aafd name with the cierk of the Ctr-
cuK Court 9t Dade County. Florida
l>OIT STAI.LINU8
MEYER M. BRILLIANT
Artornevs for Applicant
Sboielend Bld.
r/rT-2-J1. t/7_______________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that
leiianed. ilesiilng to engage in
huwlne name of
i j K RBEH COM!" N^ (not lac i
Miami lieu, h la-
tends to i s:i Id name u it h tha
curt of Dade
( oillil
1 N#T1C UNOCR
FICTITIOUS NAM4v LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalaaed. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PENNY HOMER at MO N.E 178th St .
N. Miami Beach Intend te register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade fount v. Florida.
Kt'RT WAI.I.ACII
BARBARA WALLACH
STANLEY M PRBD
Attorney for Applicants
tit rtryboM Bias.
1/24-31.2/7-14.________;_______________
NOTICE UNDER
FtCTITIOUS NAMEV LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY DIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring" to eawaae In
business under the fictitious name of
STEERS RESTAURANT at JSSO Col-
lins Ave Miami Reach Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit t\urt of Dade County.
" LBEBAR. INC., a Florida Corp.
owner
UEINKI.H A KESSI.EK
\itorne\- for .\|iillcant
14 S.vb.,1.1 Bldg
2/7-14._________________________
-----------Notice under
fictitious name law
NOTICE IS HEREI iN that
the iinderslg Irlne to envaa-e In
s under the flctltloua nam- of
LESI.II SHOP at 6101
fi.llln-- Am line. Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to n ild name with 'he
i -brk Ol the i 'ii' Ull I "ou I of I inn
C.,unt>. Fto _
Miami Bea. h Ibaida. this
'" *
l.l.-'l.li: I'RINCZ
R \H
ni" for \|i|>licant
I I
1/24-11.2/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the flctRlou* name ol
ROBBY'8 OUTLET CO. al 1
Krone Avenue. Homestead. I
intends to register -aid ItaBM with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
'oont<
RANDY'S INC n rVfida aorporatlon
Ki IVNER *. MANMll l.ll.l:
\ttorii.
1 21-31. 2/7-14^_____________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna I
bualneaa under the fictitious name ol
REYNOLDr." It. u >K COMPANY at :.m
Qfralda AvantM, Coral Qal>lea Florida
mt.nds t Clerk of the Clrclut Court of Dade
County, Florida
HARRY REYNOLDS.
I ni m-r.
KIIIT WEI.l.tSCH
1414-17 Congress Bldg., Miami. Fia.
Attorney for Harry neynolda
I, : 7-14.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUrt I OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 5SC21S
FLORA !> SCI'WOI'.TH.
Plaintiff,
JAMES ELBERT ORR. and
JULIE .MAE oltR. his wife.
and ALL IMRI'OSE loan COM-
PANT, i Florida corporation.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: J 1MEH ELBERT olllt
Address unknown
JULIE MAE ORR, his wife
Addri ss unknown
YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Com-
plaint to Kir,- lose Lien has been filed
against \on and otbet pertlea in the
lad c.i.it oa or about Jan-
uan '". IsaS.
That the Forecloaura of Lien la
nat the UUowlag daacrlhod prop-
Lot Bloeli v of |'.ini-hk PARK,
irdlng to the Flat there".', re-
, i led in P'at Book SO, at Page
I ii,, p ibllc Re oi.N of Dade
County, Florida, together with?
furniture an I fui nlahlnga tl
null improvamenta thot
y,,, \..' EACH OF TOU ARE
HEREBY N< 'ill': El i to aei > a
,,t \..... Anawet or an> other pleading
to 'tb. Complaint of the Plaintiff on
BEIOEL A TBITELMAN. Attorai >
for the Pl.iintiff. '"il Bl uld-
lnv. M I, I la, and file the
original the i f i tke nth
,ia, of Febi "! y, 11
DATED, at Miami, h'.'uida. this Huh
day of January.
E B LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court Dade County. Florida.
B] WM. W. BTOCKINO.
Deputy Clerk.
l l7-t4-n,t/T
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the iinderslgaeil. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SANDYS & COMPANY at L'.', South
Krone Avenue. Homestead. Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SANDY S INC.. a Florida corporation
KOVNER a MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Sandy's Inc.
1/34-31. 2/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bulsness under the fictitious mm
METRO CABS. METROPOLITAN-
CABS: METRO TAXIS METROPOL-
ITAN TAXIS at 2SM0 N.W. 3rd Ter-
SaOS, Miami. Intends to register aaid
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Count v. Florida.
RICHARD KENNEDY
1/17-24-31,1/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DIXIE sandwich shop al :'-' N.E
1st Avenue. Miami. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
STEAK, IHd.LAR NINEiEHN. INC.
LEWIS. iN A FREED
Attorney for Applicant
W Fuigl.r St.
1.17-24-31.2 7_________________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
.LUCKY NINE STORES; LUKT
NINE at lM N.W 7th Avenue. Mi-
ami, Intends to regiater said namea
with the Ctork of the Circuit Coui t of
Dade County, Florida __
LUCKY NINE, INC., a Fl... ( "ri>.
B) Harry B. Park. President
MICHAEL M. ISENP.ERO
Attorney for Apple ant
1412 Alnsley Bldg.
1/17-24-31, %n _______.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tha undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
LESLIE HOMES at 3232 S.W. 17th
8treet. Miami. Florida Intend to rcg
lntei said name with the Clerk of Ibe
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flotilla
MILTON FINKLE .'- Partner
NATALIE PINKIJ-: -"% Partner
OOl.DMAN A OOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrants
Mat v Ftavter St.. Miami. Fla.
1/31. 2/7-14-21.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
BUDDY S MKT. at 16:1* N W, "id Av.v.
Miami. Florida Intend to regls'.
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
BERN \RD I" TliRAi'K
and PBOOY TOBACK
1/21-31.2/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name of
THE LEONARD COMPANY at 311
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile
Countv, Florida.
Dated this 2th day of January, l*..v
Miste inc a Florida corporattoa
1 'Si. 1T-14-J1.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY NO. SSC3S5
JAP.oKI.AVA S1MKOW.
Plaintiff,
vs.
BM1L SIMKOW,
'noticVby PUBLICATION
TO: EMI I. SIMKOW
2J0 East S3rd Street
New York City. New Vork
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a couv of vour answer to tl'f
Complaint In the above cause Tor di-
vorce on the naintlffs attorney and
file th* original In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or be-
fore the 24th dav of February !:'.
otherwise said Complaint will be taken
as confessed by you
DATED, this lth day of January.
' "'e B LEATHERMAN Clerk of the
Circuit Court, lbide County. Florida
(seal) Bj It H RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
LEON A EPSTEIN
Alt......> t"i Plaintiff
l.'n Linn itlt Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
1/21-31.2-7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
,.f I'ARK AVE COFFEE SHOP at
2220 Park Avenue. Miami Beach In-
reml to register said name with the
ci.uk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JAMES A. HAM. and
JAMES W. DONALDSON
1 '31. 2'7-tt-:-'
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Civic League Will
Fete Beach C of C
The Civ:c Leap* of ***<" **
has adopted reflation calling
for aeiroowJedferr.ent of th con-
tr-but: V.t,! Beach
Chamber of Commerce officers
and staff members.
The re-oluuon was introduced b>
- Ji> Perlmutter. League past
president
A c f hetaj form
ed to arrange a testimo:
to the Oiamber
Marr? **ft- *"* "
appointed Perlmu'.ter chairman of
thi- a.rjrigements c-rr-.-r.it :e<- No*
is formation. ( mben
include
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; vi..t J.rw. H Kuby. Jack AltfT^u. J*WfHrrf Onii**
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FIRE INSURANCE up to 30% DISCOUNT
ON HAHCt *PATNTS MOTELS
AUTO INSURANCE AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE
PANG1A INSURANCE AGENCY
mt S.V.. IMi ST. Life Insurance S^Mialhtt p. Hi
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Discuss Their Fofher's Book
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preside**. I
er=rv _k z
_rric Leacue testimonial to Miccn;
aaaeroe arc Julius lay Ptrhnuner. past
l^t. zressdeitt. and Caxi Gardner, hon-
Rumor Clinic Demonstration
f mm or efcax aiaaaa i'i it iav fa
casing atteetaoo oc Brotaeraaoi
e*t -iU highlight the Ben aaeet
tag of Shalt m Lodge of f
10,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HHrHWAT
at $100 per Acre
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTb
24M First Street
FORT MTSRS. FLA
EatSON S-44I1
Tuesday evening
auditorhaa.
Rabr.. Abrdtiarr, Heraoa. of Tif
ereth brad Northside Center, and
Rabbi David Herson. of Beth
Emeth Congregation, will appear
______________ over the chapel program of ch 7
WCKT. Friday. 9:30 am to dis-
the book". Derech Emunah."'
at Beth David by their late father. Chaim Zvi
'!Srr&
A. David Rayvis, Florida State
eSeirmen of the Anti-Detamation
L'>9ue and program chairman
or Shoiem Led9C "ill present
the clinic, using slices to illus-
trate the presentation.
The effect of run upon
,-i:vKJiiaLs ar.d groups will be
shewn. AucLtnce <-
UtOam.
B .-.n sa portion
v. ill feature a report of the r
con.mntee on officers pro-
c-ming year.
FLORIDA'S LARGEST JEWISH CHAPEL
HELLMAN
FUNERAL CHAPELS, Inc.
"CARING FOR THOSE YOU CARE FOR"
E. AL HELLMAN Secretary
OFFICIAL AMBULANCE SERVICE OF MIAMI BEACH
SWING ALL Of DAD? COUNT/
CUWfl'
Statfeat 7,
ierv* rv:
1743SATIOAD
MT. SINAI KOSP.
$T. Ft AMOS MOST ]
l23S.W.IthST.
25 YEARS AGO
When Mercantile Notional *
Bank received its charter f
as a national bank, offices
wart in this modest struc- #
tore at 701 Washington
Avenue. Present than at W
now, wart a will to serve ^
ad a thorouah.geina *
faith in the future of Miami
Beach and this area we
call -homt.' m
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
1743 Bay Road nr. Dcde Boulevard
JEfferson 8-5333
MIAMI. FLORIDA
1923 S.W. 8th Street
FRanklin 4-6149
mutt ommu SEtrmc
NEW YORK CITY LONG ISLAND
WESTCHESTER PUTNAM -ORANGE
DUTCHESS ROCKLAND COUNTIES
tAMUn CAUNOAMS nil VPOM BtOUlST
HARRY W. BEYER F. D.
TO DAY* Dvring the posl pA
both deposits aed resources ioueaieH by ntere-
than 15 percent the blyaeet year of gro*
ever recorded by Meimwala. ed the best
record of any or this eecNon't loroer bonb...
Your continued use of oer e'eer-epo"d",a
banking fociUties h eppradatad.
fauUMu* Sdm famm* TiupUf dm*t tie HiMtudHbvd jgj/
Mercantile
OF MIAMI BEACH
UNCOIM I0AD AT WASHINGTON AVENUE
none JEfferson i-7t31
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...SOCIALITE
Birth Date Mr. and Mrs. HareM Katx, of
Katz's Kosher restaurant, have a little kitten .
Esther Lee weighed in Jan. 24 at seven pounds, six
ounces Big brothers Ronald, 11, and Jeffrey, 7,
were telling all their classmates at the Hebrew
Academy Also delighted are grandparents,
David Keti, of Alton rd., and Mr. and Mrs. William
/New York City .
It was a boy at Mt. Sinai Hospital Jan. 31 for Mr. end Mrs.
Bill Giick__he's the well-known public relations man Joseph
j tipped the, ifjlf **"" W"P** ounces.. The bris. is
hij Fridav at Mt. Sinai .
A new Granddaughter for HarNe and Sem Friedland and Mr.
Ld Mrs. Joseph Cohen, of Pinetree dr., arrived Feb. 1 at Mt. Sinai
Uospital l-i"le Debra Jaan is a first child for parents Irving
,nd Mrjorie Cohen.
Presiding at the CJA Inaugural Cocktail Party and Reception
st Sunday were 23 hostesses, all of whom could have taken honors
i the be-' dressed lists Beaming in the midst of the excite-
it of the traditional kick-off affair were Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs.
. Chsikin and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Together with
Ustess chairman Mrs. Arnold Seeder were Myra (Mrs. Aaron) Parr,
,ri. Stanley Frehling and Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin .
jtnnie Grossinger's friendly greeting charmed everyone, in-
cluding the guests of honor. Gen. Carlos P. Romulo and IMA chair-
nan Sol Luekman Dazzling fashions on Mrs. Sam Lipton, Mrs.
im J. Heiman, Mrs. Aaron M. Kanrter and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis
catrh.nn all eyes Mrs. Sam H. Rest, Mrs. Oulda Rubin,
drs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Max Werti and Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien
led to the color and gaiety .
Boss (Mrs. Louis) Glasser chose an exotic and original gown.
unhased in the Orient on her recent globe-girdling trip "Im-
orts" with that indefinable Parisian look included smart ensem-
; worn by Mrs. John Serbin, Mrs. Loo Robinson, Mrs. Carl Wein-
ili and Mrs. Harry Simonheff .
Over 5 hi people attended the opening dinner of the CJA cam-
paign in Ihc Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel and the pre-
ceding reception Sorely missed at this year's affair were pres-
rjent of th>' Women's Division Lillian Simorhoff and her Sam, and
Airth* and Stanley Myers Sam and Stanloy were both ill at
If the many wishes expressed for their speedy recovery
karry any weight with the powers-that-be, they should both be up
fend around before you read this.
Busy Jennie Grossinoer, after hostessing at the CJA dinner
^unday niaht. gave a reception at her home at 5041 Pinetree dr.
r Israeli Gen. Meir Amit, here to address the plenary sessions
the Israel Bond campaign .
Wednesday evening, Feb. 5, Jennie's home was open again, as
Ihe extended her inimitable brand of huauitaiuy lo community
carters cathering to honor Rabbi Irving Millar, national chairman
the Amenc; n Zionist Council and past president of the Zionist
Organization of America Rabbi Miller discussed confidential
natters affecting Israel today. '
Meyer nrl Ida Keilson, of 1559 Meridian, are bark home after
their visil it, S< bring. Fla., where they stayed at Harder Hall .
Mule there they rendezvoused with their oldest son. Jack, h s wife
Phyllis I'd their children Also meeting them there was Mrs.
(eilson's brother. William Rothschild, of New York .
The Koilsans' daughter. Florence, is the wife of Lawrence
ranenbaum, who is president of Harder Hall.
Movim back to Miami after four yea*s in Baltimore li Sa~i
Luby's daughter B*ty, and her husband. Dr. Frank S. Cola, and
children, ten year-old Stephen, Shelly, who is 8, and six-year-old
|Nncy .
The Coles will make their home with the Lubys, at 630 SW 29th
|rn\. for the present Frank, by the way, is in charge of the new
IFiat agency here.
Esther Gordon, of Rosedale Delicatessen, went to New York
[with her gnnd friend, Mrs. Leonard Paul They spent ten days
[in the Big City .
Miami psychiatrist Dr. George Jacobson welcomed his parents.
[Mr. end Mrs. Joseph Jacobean Here for a visit from Shreve-
iPort. La., they are staying with him at his Bayfront Manor resi-
lience.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hammer, of 2200 Country Club Pr-do.
It oral Gables, entertained guests at a cocktail reception Sunday,
h" u6 'rnc recePtion honored th* en^afement of their nephew,
[LH Herris Adalson, to Hormine Lillian Robinson.
Reservations for the Heart Fund's Jewel Ball on Va'entine's
a>\.Feb 14. are rolling in Arranging sizable parties of friends
e *" Uui* E. Wolfson and Mrs. Jack Ross among others .
I Ball J,,ck R,w,w,heh, who is actively working for the Jewel
im comi,,ee- has alo reserved a table for ten. as have commit-
ACi airmen' Mrv Pl^enco Pick and Mrs. Eddie Boardman .
[Attendance goal is 800 people.
I of A*^,.,Throu',,, *r* Glasses ... At th Miami Baeh nremiere
lm. Wednesday night. Jan. 29. music lovers turned out en
| Hattio and Sam Friedland, Mr. and Mrs. David fc*HW
taffei Par"n,s- ,he > "yer ScWne Boss fMaeear in blue
and rt wThe R,fVin Party-Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rlfkin, their son
t'i M U r"ln'3W- Mr" *nd Mr- Avron "Hkln, Mr. Rrfkln's sls-
Effi..el B*rn,n eh of New York. Mrs. William Segal, and Mrs.
I "" php'ro, of New York .
inA Mr ,nd Mr*- Williams Apte ... The Leonard Wiens
A"d Mr. ,nd Mrk ArnoW Uyy
marked th* Mr*' M,m** *""' of ,63 s Bayshore dr.. this week
I and friend r 2Sth weddin* nniverse.ry at a dinner with family
oman s
IUoM
^ItewviislbJEIIiDiciidlilQun
Miami, Florida. Friday, February 7, 1958
Section B
Jubilant at success of Temple Beth Sholom Sis- orrangem:n!s. Rose Marie Reid *w:m suit
terhood luncheon at Alqieis are Mrs. Norman show helped attract overflow crowd and net-
Russ (left), Mrs. Een Berlin, Mrs. Sol Pin*, pres- ted considerable sum lor Sisteihood's building
ident, and Mi3. Murray Sonn3tt, wh.^ handled and education program.
They're to Heed
Beach Luncheons
Mrs. Jerry Blank and Mrs. Sam-
uel Z. Sakrais will head the big
"Beach Luncheon Unlimited.''
next fund-raising function to be
scheduled by the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Women's Division.
In naming the corha>rmen, <*?n-
cral campaign chairman Mrs.
Aaron Farr Wednesday announced
that the traditional event is ex-
pected to attract nearly 1,000 wom-
en.
Scene of the luncheon will be
the Grand Ballroom of the Deau-
ville hotel Tuesday, Feb .18.
Mrs. Sakrais and Mrs. Blank
appointed Mrs. Larry Friedland
and Mrs. Harry PlatoH to head
the reservations committee.
"Due to the overwhelming re-
sponse by the women of Miami
Beach to bur Luncheon Unlimited
last year, reservations for this
year's function will close Feb. 13,"
the chairmen said.
All women's organizations In
Dade county are expected to have
full representation at the affair.
nuts, nnr BLANK
HEUM GAHAGAN DOUGLAS
Helen Gahagan Douglas to be Guest
Speaker at 'Beach Luncheon Unlimited'
MKS. SAMUH SAKRAIS
Music Workshop Wednesday
Percussion and brass instru-
ments of the orchestra will be dis-
cussed by Mme. Hilda Steuerman
at a Music Workshop class which
meets at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, in
the auditorium of the Miami Pub-
lic Library.
Noted actress and former con-
gresswoman, Mrs. Helen Gahagan
Douglas, will head Ihe exciting
program of the annual "Beach
Luncheon Unlimited" Feb. 18 at
the Deauville hotel.
In announcing Mrs. Douglas' ac-
ceptance to speak at the Combined
Jewish Appeal's third Women's Di-
vision function, general chairman
Mrs. Aaron Farr declared Wednes-
day that the noon-dav program
will also feature a full array of
outstanding entertainment, includ-
in; many well-known night club
stars.
Th attractive aunt speaker,
who was named one of the "1-
rmartast women In tht world"
ir a recent noil of editors, has
visited Israel with her husband,
*ie wfll-known actor, Molvyn
Douglas.
She observed all aspects of the
ie.it immigration and housing
problem on her trip, and has since
continued to keep in close touch
with Israel's social and economic-
needs.
Mrs. Douglas has successfully
conducted two careers, one on the
stage, and one in political affairs.
As Helen Gahagan. prior to her
marriage, she had leading roles in
a large number of hit shows, in-
cludin "Mary, Queen of Scot-
land." "The Cat and the Fiddle."
and David Belasco's last produc-
tion "Tonight or Never."
On the political scene, Mrs.
Douglas achieved widespread rec-
ognition for her statesmanlike ap-
proach to the problems of public
life.
She has bsen prominent in
sponsorship ef social legislation,
and worked actively in behalf of
measures designed to strenarh-
en the position of democracy,
both at homo and abroad.
Members of the "Beach Lunch-
eon Unlimited" arrangements
committee nave been called to-
ier lor a big firval meeting
Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Madrid
room of the Seville hotel.
Co-chairmen Mrs. Jerry Blank
and Mrs. Samuel Sakrais announc-
ed thjt the committee will see a
restricted film recently photo-
graphed in Poland and other Iron
Curtain countries called "A Sec-
ond Chance."
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhaid will be honored by friends of
Tcrah Vodaath. Brooklyn. N.Y. ai c dinner criaon. ion S
cay evening. Feb. 23. a: Victor hotel. Sc: ii cr.au-
Tncn. and co-chaumen ere Sam Dcokin "._
Reinhard :s a Torah Vodaaih founder.
International Set At S. r)ace Dance
Beach Hadassah
In Varied Affairs
Stephen Wise group Of Ha.l
| meet the Crown hotel Men-
dav MM Mr. Arnold 1'earlstein.
mrmer chapter and ree.onal |
dent. wiU be guest speakrr J(
Mu Will lend ill-
group in communry singing.
Hannah Senesch grouo of II
sah ill mevt a: the Saxony
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Lcjit O. Brana?i yovo 0)
a will ':ave a mc
bc n Mood ;
tainebleau hotel
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has th '
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Henrietta StoH or: jp '' Hada
i sah will see the movie, "1 0
will be guest speaker.
Shicma oroup of Hadassah w ill
Monday. 12:30 p.m.. at the
Kus Masonic Auditor;, im.
lewisB Mask Month will be ob-
i ad.
Harry Oberst. pro tain
rman. will present Jack Fish
man and Dl Morton Robhins.
Hersl 9"U of Hhn
present a panel discussion on. cur-
rent affair- Monday noon at th.-
iogiers hotel M'^ Morr- Hi
baum is moderator.
Mn Rudy Mum 'il speak on
American iff-ir*. Mrs. Lnu Bi-
derman on the UN. andJIr^San-
rridoTr. February'
ford Jacobson on the Near B i
There will be a question aalfl
swer period following the^H
sion.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Helen Clark, of
the Florida Power and Light Com-
pany, will be main speaker at a
North Dade Jewish Center Sister-
hood meeting Monday at 8:15 p.m.,
Mrs. Fred Blank, Sisterhood presi-
dent, announced.
Mr*. Clark will speak on "The
Us* and Techniques *f the Horn*
PMOMI'" and provide refresh-
mants and a gift for each lady
present.
Mrs. Henry Gilbert, donor lunch-
eon chairman, has arranged for
| round robin card parties to be held
at members' homes in order to
help memoers earn tneir donor
pledges.

Carrying torch for Heart Fund drive this month is Mrs. Rocky
IPomercnce, with Mrs. Phil Pecullan and Mrs. Joe Tashman.
iThey ere vclnieers in drive against heart disease, which cul-
Irninates in heart Sunday collection Feb. 23. All are part of
iMiaini Beech Hotel Division, chaired by Mrs. Jack Ross, who
loutlined plans at an Alaiers luncheon here. Some 300 women
Ihave already volunteered for hotel drive._______________________
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Pioneer Women
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Max Wolf man will
i hosts to Pioneer Women Club II
celebration of their 32nd anni-
,.ary to be held at Kneseth Is-1
lei Congregation Feb. 10. Mrs.
jirah Sin.'er will speak on Jewish
National Fund, and Mrs. Minnie
hubov will entertain with recita-
lons.
Mrs. Oscar Zeiizer, president of
Golda Meir Club, announces
r^ next regular meeting will be
|itld Feb. 11. 8 p.m., in the Betb
1 Auditorium.
Tht program will be dedicated
I to Tu B'Shevat. Rabbi David
Lthrfield, ci Knesatn iareol, writ
I bt suest speakar. Mrs. Alice
Lrfcev, JNF chairman, will be
[ in charga ot the program.
Pioneer Women Club I gave
Iheir thiee members leaving for
(Israel Feb. 8 a rousing send off at
Bon Voyag< part) Monday at
phe AlfiiTi. ho.el. 'ine piogram, in
charge ot Mrs Henry Sei.lin. con-
-ted of Jewish lolksonjl sung by
Mrs. Frances Packer, accompa-
ucd at l, | ,duo uy Anyuia Meli-
:qv.
Mrs. Philip Kunin sponsored a
llunehebn *| the I'aUo to raise
money for Cud 1, Ciuld Rescue
fund. Mrs fcsiher Kune gave a
Icanl partj for the same purpose.
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Befit Israel Sisterhood
Will Hoar Book Review
Beth Israel Sisterhood will meet
Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Murray, 2909 Sheridan ave.
Louis Schwartzman will review-
Gerald Green's book, "The Last
Angry Man."
He is executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
Torah Fund Group
Meets on Beach
Home of Mrs. Samuel Zaager,
2191 Prairie ave., Miami Beach,
was to be the site Thursday eve-
ning of a meeting of Torah Fund
chairman and Sisterhood presi-
dents affiliated with vhe National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America.
To be discussed ware plans
far a Torah Fund afternoon at
the Fontalnablaau hotel Mar. 13.
The event is presented annually
by Conservative Sisterhoods in
Dade and Broward counties.
Mrs. Harry Kaplan, of Holly-
wood's Temple Sinai, was to pre-
side. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Henry
B. Wernick and Mrs. Zaager.
'Junket' Desserts
For Festive Meals
Purim is approaching, and If
eating is a joy in your family as
it should be. you will want to pre-
pare a really festive dessert to top
your holiday meals with. So here's
a recipe for a delicious dessert
which will delight everyone, espe-
cially because it's made with "Jun-
ket" Rennet Powder. Here's how:
Set out 4 or 5 dessert glasses.
Warm slowly two cups of fresh
milk until lukewarm, stirring
constantly. Whan the milk is 110
degrees (you can test it by put-
ting a drop of milk on the inside
of your wrist, and whan it foals
just comfortable it is the right
temperature) remove from fir*.
Stir in entire contents of a "Jun-
ket" Rennet Powder package at
one time. Mix until powder is
completely dissolved. This
should take not more than on*
minute. Pour while still liquid
into glasses. Do not disturb while
the milk i* settinq, for about ton
minutes, than chill.
See how easy? And when you
taste it. you will say how de-
licious it is. Try all seven "Jun-
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la, lemon, orange, raspberry,
strawberry, maple and chocolate.
All are strictly Kosher and have
rabbinical certification.
Enjoy desserts made from "Jun-
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Purim but during the entire year,
anytime you want a truly festive
dessert. "Junket" Rennet-Custards
are good for the entire family,
from the infant in the cradle to the
grandmother in the easy chair.
They are highly nutritious, con-
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5ir_ik'u>a will formulate a.
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finalue plans for the IKS i
1 eonveatiea. hear mid year reports
from district president and t-
oatmitee chairmen, and
new proe'.-ams lor the coa-
itg year
A highLgto. of the mee'.ir.g will
be a luncheon conference St I
Patrick V. McNamara D Mich I,
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meet lor luncheon Tuesday at
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22nd Anniversary
Twenty second annual celebra-
tion bt the founding of Beth El
Congregation will be held Sunday
evening, Feb. 16. at tho Di Lido
hotel.
The 6:30 p.m. affair will include
a Kosher dinner. Sidney H. Pal-
mer, president, declared.
Palmer will be toastmaster, and
spiri ual leader.Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will address the gather-
ing. j%
Officers, directors and mem-
bers of beth El will be honored
ciurir.j Hie proiqam.
Irving Pietrack and his orches-
tra will he-d a iist of variety show
entertainers.
Albert Zism.-n is cnairman of
the dinner committee, assisted by
Philip Bcxkowitz, Hyman Chabner, i
Abraham Pepper, Snm Miller, Sam
Sie.tel and Sam Phillips.
Also the Mesrlames Jack Sha-
Mra, Sis'erhood president, Max
Rappaport, S. T. Swirsky, Sol Wc-
ger, Sam Siegel and Carrie Hoff-
man.
Congess Sponsors
Tour of Israel
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg,
chairman of Smith Florida Coun-
cil of the American Jewish Con-
gress, announced Wednesday that
the o:*.anizaiion is sponsoring a
special 30-day tour by air to Israel
in celebration of Israel's 10th an-
niversary.
The tour, which begins July 16.
will leave New York via El Al Is-
rael Airlines aboard th New Bris-
tol Britannia and.arriye in Tel
Aviv July U.
Special arrangements have
been made through the offices
of Hit World Jewish Congress for
en unusual eerie* of events which
Include meeting* -rlth govern-
ment officials and prominent Is-
raelis. A stay at a kibbutz, and
visit to Israel's important insti-
tution*, plus special sightseeing
tours, will b> conducted.
Travelers who take advantage of
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provided*with the opportunity efv
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communities of each city visited.
In addition to Israel's, these in-
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London.
Additional information-can be
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at 9U6 Congress bldg. Applications
for membership in the tour are
currently being received.
Brotherhood Meeting
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will hold a Brotherhood program
for its evening meeting Wednesday,
Feb. 19, at the Algiers hotel, lodge
president Jack M. Fink announced.
PiesioVent-elect Edwin Marger is
planning (he meeting, and is being
assisted by Herbert Hcikcn.
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Women to Honor
Mrs. Gross Here
Hebrew Academy Women will
honor Mrs. Alexander S. Gross,
vice president of the group, at a
donor luncheon Feb. 19 in the Na-
poleon room of the Deauville hotel.
The luncheon is being sponsored
by the Hebrew Academy Women's
year book committee.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel. president,
said that the afternoon will be high-
lighted by a special program pre-
sented by first, second and third
grade students of the Academy.
A Hebrew playlet, "Torah and
Education," will portray a class-
room scene, showing the school
day experience of Academy stu-
dents. The playlet was written
by Mrs. Perach-Kwilney, third
grade instructor.
Guest speaker will be Dr. David
S. Andron. honorary president of
the Academy.
Mrs. Irving Firtel, chairman,
and Mrs. David Andron. co-chair-
man of the donor luncheon, will
be assisted by Mrs. Benjamin Ap-
pel, Mrs. Isadore Spolter, Mrs. M.
H. Koscnhouse and Mrs. William
Kesselman, members of the ar-
rangements committee.
Mrs. Gross is a graduate of Hun-
ter College, New York, and an
authority in education.
MRS. ALEXAWW CROSS
Ceremony Marks
Institute's End
Adult Institute of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center has
completed its first course in ele-
mentary Hebrew.
In honor of the students, the
weekend of Feb. 7 through 9 has
been set aside as "Adult Institute
Sabbath."
Friday night services, conducted
by Rabbi Leo Heim and assisted
by Cantor Samuel Levine, will be
dedicated in honor of the gradu-
ates, who will read a selection of
the Hebrew portion.
Each student will receive a di-
ploma issued by the Bureau of
Jewish Education in cooperation
with the Rabbinical Assn. of Great-
er Miami. The Temple choir, un-
der the direction of Morris Rach-
lin. will assist in the chanting of
the liturgy.
Tu B'Shevat Party
Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz. president
of Dov chapter. Mizrachi Women,
announces a Tu B'Shevat party
Sunday evening at the Jewish
Community Center, 450 SW 16th
ave.
Children to Get Toys
West Miami Jewish War Vet-
erans Auxiliary will hold a Valen-
tine party at the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home Feb. 15.
Children will be given stuffed toy
animals made by auxiliary mem-
bers.
DPhiE Alums Plan
Escort Sapper
Greater Miami Alumnae Assn.
of Delta Phi Epsilon will hold a
monthly meeting Monday evening
at the home of Mrs. Marvin Ros-
enberg, 6210 Maynada, Coral Ga-
btea. Co-hostess is Mrs. Na'ftan
Zwitman.
They will plan an "alum and es-
cort supper party" at the home
of Mrs. Seymour Sommerstein, 70
N. Shore dr.. Bay Heights, slated
Saturday evening. Feb. 15.
Co-hostesses for this affair with
Mrs. Sommers'ein will be Mrs. Nat
Strauss and Mrs. A. Edward Co-
hen.
Miami Hadassah
In Weekly Meetings
Next meeting cf the Naomi group
of Hadassah is Monda* evenlM at
the Bed Road Sunset cafeteria
6901 SW 57th ave Lee J. tobb
will narrate a film on Jewish Na-
tional Fund.

Mt. Scopes group of Hacb-[<
will accent it- next meeting with
a program devoted to "A Decade
of Vocational Education injsrael."
Mrs. A l.cvitan is chairman.
Assisting chairmen Mrs. Meyer
Colub and Mrs. Joel Belov an-
nounce that the meeting is at 1
p.m. Monday in Coral Gables Ma-
sonic Hall, 41 Valencia.

Toreh group of Hadassa1! will
hold its regular monthly meetinc
Monday at the Coliseum in Coral
Gables at 12:30 p.m.
The program will highlight trees
and the Jewish National Fund.
*
A guest speaker will be at the
meeting of the Chai group.
David Goodwin will discuss lat-
est events in Israel and show
slides. The meeting is scheduled
Monday, 8:30 p.m.. at the Dunes
motel.

This month's meeting of the
Aviva group will be held at the
home of Mrs. Allan Michaelson.
6200 SW 118th tcr., Monday at
12:30 p.m.
Seymour Samet, director of t.he
Southeast region of the American
JM9S
Icwish Committee, will conduct a I day at 8:30 p.m. Chiim w
buzz' -e.on on "Securing Our group of Harfas ah will hig
Children Against Prejudice. Jewish National Fund and tw
|Th-. roue wil participate *
Abe Aronovitz will speak to the reading of the plan ing ceretoJ
Mensrah growo of Hadassah on I tie for treea in I
controversial issues pertaining to
the Metro Amenim-nt.
The talk, followed by discussion
and questions, will be heard at a
regular neeUng of the group at
the University of Miami's
Monday at 1 p.m.
Pro Tarn will include Cantor
Unman Cottlieb, of Temple Judea,
who will be accojnj>amed_byJWrs.
[who will be ^>mjianied_by_Mrs1 ^opi __
TWhor TflhTeTr"""" causes, will pr>vi
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe is president1 er. aocortfn"
Of M'^nrnh i-roun. and Mrs. Har-
old Abbott is program chairman.
*
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will take place a! 250 NW No
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meeting of the Albert I
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The Combined Jewish Apntfi
Greater Miami, currenl^^E
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At the next regular meeting Mon-
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Schwartz, publicity chairman
The I p.m. meotin will be
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Erjward, con of M' toH Mr-..
Morton Reizen. 9309 Byron
av=., M:Tmi B^ach. f^d De-
troit will become Ear Mitzvah
Saturday morning. Fb. 8. at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will ori'cialf. Edward i a
student in leloious school of
Center and atten&j Nor-
mandy Scrocl.
Darid. son of Mr. and Mrs.
L-onard t.orwitz, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Saturday
morning errices of Temple
Emanu-El. Dr. Irvinq Lehrman
will officiate. David is a
seventh grade student at
Nautilus School and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Gross, will become car
Mitzvah at Saturday morning
services o; Tempi, manu-El.
Dr. Irvino Lehrman will offi-
ciate. Steven, a seventh grade
student ot M'.ami Baach Jun-
ior High, :; c collector of rcro
coins. He attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
?Vesf Miami Women Meet
Brotherh.'o,! liou n m ,.,e gob.
Jtct of a program Wednesday evt
beg B'nai Erith Women of
WM Miatnj met at West Miami
Town Hall. Judge Milton Fr.e.l-
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nwed "Relision in the Public
^nnols." Mrs. Bernard Supworth.
DNnct 5 ADL chairman, spoke
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Geoffrey, son of Mr. cad Mrs.
George Wtirbaum, 5243 NE
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vah Saiurday. Feb. 8, at Tem-
pi 3 Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kroni-h will ofheiate.
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Masingtons Say
Vows on Beach
At the Algiers hotel on Tuesday,
Feb. 4, at 7 p.m.. Miss Carole
Sherry Fine was wed to Richard
Stephen Masington. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman performed the ceremony,
which was followed by a reception
and dinner in the hotel's Rubaiyat
rjom.
The bride is the dauehter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack W. Fine. 4465 N.
Bay rd. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Masington.
8501 Hawthorne ave.
Mrs. Ronald L. Fine was matron
of honor, and maid of honor was
Miss Myrna Sue Ross. Bridesmaids
were Miss Renee Herman and Miss
Sandra Rubenstein. Sharon Dale
Masington was junior bridesmaid.
Ronald L. Fine acted as best
man. and Michael Segal. James
Kaufman. Barry Taran. Peter Mula
were ushers. Ringbearer was
Stephen Goldstein.
The bride's gown was silk peau
de soie fashioned with a portrait
neckline and appliques of alencon
lace and pearls. The full skirt had
a cathedral train and was caueht
in back with two bows. Her illu-
sion veil was held in place by a
matching headpiece.
The bride attended Miami Beach
Senior High, University of Ala-
bama and the University of Miami,
where she received a degree in ed-
ucation. She is a member of Delta
Ph' Epsilon sorority.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, Univer-
sity of Florida, and is now attend-
ing the University of Miami law
school. He is a member of Pi
Lambda Phi. Florida Blue Key.
and Phi Kappa Phi fraternity.
While atlendin1.' Miami Beach
High, he was president of the
senior class and national debating
champion. At the University of
Florida, he was president of Pi
Lambda Phi fraternitv.
Wemer-Kaon
MRS. RICHARD MASINGTON
Schecters to Live
En North Miami
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony Saturday evening, Feb
1. at Temple Emanu-El, Miss
Edith Mudrick. daugh'er of Mr.
ard Mrs. Morris Mudrick. 4321
Post ave., became the bride of
Arnold cchechler. son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Schechter. 12555 NW
15th ave. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated.
Maid of honor was Sandra Mud-
rick. sister of the bride. Brides-
matrons were Mrs. Joseph Kap-
lan and Mrs. Julius Ser. Sandra
Garfinkel was bridesmaid, and
flower girl was Sheryl Lynn Mud-
rick, sister of the bride.
Best man was Howard Schech-
ter. Ushers were Kenneth Abrams.
Julius Ser and Joseph Kaplan.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School. Schechter is a
graduate of Edison High School
and attended the University of Mi-
ami School of Engineering.
The bride selected a floor-length
gown of imported chantilly lace
over while taffeta with fitted bod-
ice, Queen Anne Collar, illusion
Ar4more
MRS. ARN010 SCHECTER
neckline and long sleeves to a
wrist-point. The bodice and collar
j were reembroidered with seed
I pearls and iridescent sequins. Her
I floor-length bouttant skirt extend-
ed into a chapel train. The bride's
skirt featured tiers of lace down
the train. She carried an arrange-
ment of white orchids, stephanotis,
and lily-of-the-valley.
Reception ard buffet dinner fol-
lowed in Sirkin Hall. After an ex-
tended honeymoon, the couple will
make their home at 735 NW 128th
St., N. Miami.
Hyman Ser, of Miami, and Mr.
and Mrs, Charles Mudrick, of New
York, the tr.de's grandparents, at-
tended the wedding.
Rabbi SamueS Acril Win Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holober,,
of Lakeland, Fla., announce the
ent-agement of their daughter, Ju- j
dith Edwina. to Rabbi Samuel!
April, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon i
April, of Miami.
While attendinc Lakeland High!
School, Miss Holober was a mem- j
ber of the Lionettes, Classical and \
Spanish Clubs and had leading,
parts in both the junior and senior
class plays.
She graduated with honor in
June, 1955. She is in her junior
ytr at he University of Florida,
where she is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority, and has tak-
en an active part in Florida Play-
ers, the Florida Union Social
Board and Religion and Life Week
programs.
Rabbi April, a native of Butler.
Pa., graduated from Miami Senior
High School and received his Bach-
elor of Arts de-ree from Yeshiva
University in New York City and
his Master of Arts de.ree from
Columbia University in the field of
i tcatkma] psychology.
He was awarded a scholarship
to study and travel in Israel, where
he was ordjined by Rabbi Isaac
Herz-.g, chief rabbi of the Holy
Land.
Rabbi April has occupied the pul-
pit at Congregajiou. Temple Eman-
uel, Lakeland.'rfor the past year
and a half, is a member of the
Lakeland Ministerial Assn. and
has actively participated in com-
munity affairs there.
Puder, Siegel
Will Live Here
Sunday. Jan. 26. 4 p.m.. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kar-
den DiLido Island. Miss Sandra
Siegel was wed to Bernard Puder.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz per-
formed the ceremony, which was
held in the garden and followed by
a reception.
Th.e_briae is tne aaugnter of Mrs.
Harold Jackson. 4766 Alton rd. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Puder. 9316 Bay dr.
Matron ot nonor was the groom's
sister, Mrs. Bea Slade, and Steven
Siegel, brother of the bride, was
best man.
The bridal gown had bodice and
sleeves of alencon lace. The skirt
had ruffles of nylon illusion edged
with alencon lace.
The bridegroom attended Rut-
gers University in Newark, N.J.,
and the University of Miami. He
is a builder.
After a honeymoon trip to the
Virgin Islands, the couple will re-
side at Miami Beach.
Werner-Katw
PRS. BERNARD PUDER
Steins Reveal Helen's Betrothal
man are graduates of Miami Senior
Hi School and now attend the
Miss Helen Betty Stein and Dr.
Aaron Medow are engaged. He is a
resident in internal medicine at
Mt. Sinai Hospital where Miss
Stein is on the nursing staff.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Stein. Harrisburg, Pa.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Medow, Philadelphia, Pa.
Miss Stein is a graduate of the
Albert Einstein Medical Center
School of Nursing in Philadelphia.
Dr. Medow graduated from the
University of Pennsylvania and
the Hahnemann Medical College
in Philadelphia.
*
Glaser Goldsmith
Mr. and Mrs. David Glaser, 1240
11th st., Miami Beach, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Elaine, to Warren William Gold-
smith. He is the son of Mrs. Harold
Rothstein of New York City and
the late Mr. Goldsmith.
Miss Glaser is a graduate of the
University of Miami where she
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority.
Mr. Goldsmith is a graduate of
UM. and attended UM law school
and is a past president of Phi Epsi-
lon Pi fraternity. He is now serv-
ing with the U.S. Army at Gover-
nor's Island, N.Y.
Barship Goldman
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice M. Bar-
ship, 12880 NE 10th ave., announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Clementine, to Sander Jay Gold-
man. He is the son of Mr. Harry A.
Goldman, 1050 98th St., Bay Har-
bor Islands, and the late Mrs.
Goldman.
Miss Barship is a graduate of
the University of Maryland and is
a member of Phi Sigma Sigma so-
rority.
Mr. Goldman graduated from
Ohio State University College of
Engineering.

Brower Hirsch
Miss Norma Rachelle Brower
and Carl Hirsch are engaged.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Jack Brower. 700 E. 14th st.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Hirsch of Columbus, Ohio.
The wedding will be Aug. 24.
Miss Brower, a graduate of Mi-
ami High School, attends the Fash-
ion Institute of Technology in Now
York. Mr. Hirsch graduated from
Ohio State University law school
He is a member of Sigma Alpha
Mu social fraternity and Tau Ep-
silon Rho legal fraternity.

Kottloman Newman
JH\nl.?n- M0ITis Ket"c"'an.
asai sw 6Ui t., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Shir-
ley May, to Robert Lee Newman
the son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Newman. 4,4 Seville ave.. Cora.
Miss Kettleman and Mr. New-
University of Miami.
She is a senator of the Student
Body Government. Hillel social
chairman secretary of Alpha
Lambda Delta, women's scholastic
honorary, and has been on the
dean's list for two years.
Mr. Newman is a member of
Alpha Phi Omega, -crvice frater-
nity. Before serving with the Army
Signal Corps in Japan, he attend-
ed school on a music scholarship
with the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra.
Recent births at Mt s
pital include the following^
Daughter born to Mr M
Harold Katz Jan. 24 V
Son born to Mr. and M|i
Perlman Jan. 23.
Daughter born to Mr.
Abraham Kallnsky Jan. 22. j
Daughter bom to Mr. tail
Samuel S. Green Jan. 22.
Daughter born to Mr.
Stanley Silber Jan. 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs.
Klein Jan. 20.
Daughter born to Mr. an
Max Stark Jan. 19.
i Son borp to Mr. and Mrs.!
ley G. Friedman Jan. 17
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Da
O. Bemberg Jan. 14.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Rubin Axler Jan. 14.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Arthur Cohen Jan. 13.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs.
Levitt Jan. 12.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Je
P. Kadison Jan. 11.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. I
Tatarsky Jan. 11.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Melvin Darvin Jan. 10.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Charles Glickstein Jan. 9.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Julian R. Aberman Jan. 8.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. j
H. Green Jan. 2.
Daughter born to Mr. and :
David Fingerhut Jan. 1.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. |
Cohen Dec. 31.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs.
Draizin Dec. 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Marshall Goldblatt Dec. 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Elliott Rosen Dec. 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Burt Haft Dec. 29.
Sin born' to Mr. and Mrs. Ii
Fcldman Dec. 23.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Pi
Shiekman Dec. 28.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Da
L. Perl Dec. 27.
Daughter born to Mr. and
Abe A Stein Dec. 26,
Son born to Mr. and Mrs.
ard Jacobs Dec. 26.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Me
Saltzman Dec. 24.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs.
G. Wolf man Dec. 24.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs.,
Morrison 5<>ifld
M M Joanne Gertrude Gould and
Albert R. Morrison Jr. were mar-
ried Sunday, Feb. 2 in the Hotel
Carillon The reception followed at
the hotel.
After a honeymoon in Havana. | rj Brodie Dec 23
they will live at 1000 E. Ponce de son ,,. t0 Mr. and Mrs.
Leon blvd ('oral Gables. Galitz Dec. 22.
The br.de. daughter of Mr. and ^ bom to Mr d Mrs. M
Mrs. Joseph Gould of (.olden M Cohen Dec 22.
Beach attended Miami Beach j Daugnler born to Mr. and
!?* cu a"l!he Un>vers,ty of, Bernard Epstein Nov. 21.
Miami. She is affiliated with Alpha
Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Morrison is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Morrison, 110 Wal-
lace st.. Coral Gables. He attended
Coral Gables High School, the Uni-
versity of Florida and the Univer-
sity of Miami. His fraternity is-
Tau Epsilon Phi. He is an account-
ant.
Silbert Kurtz
Miaa Judith Rita Kurtz and Jay
J. Silbert were married Sunday,
Feb. 2 at the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
tel. The reception was held inahe
Starlight Roof room of the h del.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi social I
ternity.

Lanza Goldenbero
Miss Maria jean Lanza and R* j
ert Edwin Goldenber,," are [
gaged.
Miss Lanza, who lives at
SW 8th st.. is the daughter of I
James Lanza, Buffalo, N.Y..
the late Mr. Lanza. Mr.
berg is the son of Mr. and
Ferdinand E. Goldenberg. 43J
8th ter.
Miss Lanza attended Alfred Ua
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Mrs. Al Kurtz. 2251 SW 27th st. versity in Jamestown, N.I., *J
He is the son of Myer Silbert, 200' graduated from the University
Mrs.
N. Miami ave., and the late
Thelma Silbert
The counle are honeymooning in
Nassau, They will live in Gaines-
ville.
Mr: Silbert attends the Univer-
sity of Florida where he is a mem-
Buffalo school of nursing.
Mr. Goldenberg Js a Miaai
Beach High School graduate
is attending the University of *>!
ami after four years in the Air
Force, stationed at UN headquar-J
ters in Japan.
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Lefkowiti,, Smith
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs.' Philip Lcftarwitz.
of 4501 N. Jefferson ave., Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Louise,-to Ger-
ald Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Smith, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Bride-elect is a registered nurse.
She graduated from the University
of Miami and was awarded a fel-
lowship for graduate work in psy-
chiatric nursing.
She was a sponsor member of
Alpha Mu chapter, Sigma Delta
Tau social sorority.
Her fiance, a marketing consul-
tant, received his Bachelor's de-
gree at Wilkes College, Pa. He
completed graduate work at Tem-
ple University, where he was elect-
ed to Alpha Delta Sigma, national
honorary marketing fraternity.
(Sbelove in Talk
aia Miami Lay Diabetes
met Monday evening; at the
junity Service bldg. Guest
fer as Dr- William A. Abe-
fin a talk on "New Concept of
!tes." A question and answer
I followed.
f-h Dade Kids
irk Arbor Day
nitl school of North Dade
_i Center will hold its annual
['Shevat assembly Sunday in
r of Jewish Arbor Day.
PTA, under the leadership
|rs. Maurice Neu, will fete the
en with the traditional fruits
Irael. Highlight of the assem-
krogram will be a mass mail-
If letters to pen-pals in Israel,
I inied children of the Cen-
ith sir's of pressed flowers
J their countrj
pre than 300 of these gifts,
include an Israeli stamp,
I bectt rcc(-i\ ed bv the Popiel
r
p. Arthur Jack Brown, educa-
jcommiliec chairman, also an-
iced (hat the students contrib.-
tn a ipi lion in the
rican children's forest in Is-
Sholem Names
Awards Group
Judge Milton Friedman, past
Florida State president of B'nai
B'rith, has been appointed chair-
man of the awards committee for
the 33rd anniversary ball of Sho-
lem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, to be
held Feb. 23 at the Deauville hotel.
Serving wHti hrm on tha com-
mittee are Nathan Perimutter,
Florida State director of the
Anti-Defamation League; Bar-
nard Newmarfc, State member-
ship chairman; Sidney Arorto-
vti oast Florida State president
of B'nai B'rith; and E. Albert
*- allot, pt evident of District
Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith.
Awards will be mafle for serv-
ices rendered during the last year
by members of Sholem Lodge in
the fields of ;overnment, commu-
nity service, journalism, humani-
tananism, and B'nai B'rith activi-
ties.
Names of the recipients will not
be disclosed until the presentation
of the awards by Judge Friedman
on the night of the ball.
Her Tamid hUm Meet
Men's CUtb of Temple Ner Tamid
will hold a breakfast meeting Sun-
day morning, 9:30 a.m., at Arthur
Maisel's restaurant.
Rabbi Miller
Sounds Warning
A warning that Israel faces Its
most severe dangers since inde-
pendence was proclaimed in 1948
was sounded Tuesday night by
Rabbi Irving Miller, president of
the American Zionist Council and
past president of the American Zi-
onist Organization of America.
Speaking before the executive
committee and board of directors
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, Rabbi Miller said the prob-
lems confront Israel on many
fronts.
He cautioned American Jews,
and especially Zionists, from al-
lowing "ourselves to drift into a
estive mood because of the truly
21 eat achievement of the loth
year. Instead, we must utilize the
anniversary as a rallying point for
all frienus of Israel, Jewish and
non-Jewish as well."
Mortimer May, Immediate past
president of the ZOA, and Dr. Mor-
ton Robbins, national vice presi-
dent, also spoke. They announced
the annual American Zionist Fund
dinner, slated for the Deauville
hotel, will be held Mar. 30 with
S. E. Schwartz as chairman.
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Cabaret Dance Saturday
Jerry Mechlowitz has been
named chairman of a Parisian
cabaret dance to be sponsored by
; the North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
i terhood Saturday evening at the
Center. Hy Fried and his orchestra
I will be featured.
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They're Co-Chairmen
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold a social Saturday eve-
ning at the Alcazar hotel. Co-chair-
men are Miss Helen Block, Miss
Helen Abrashkin and Miss Betty
i eigen.
THE THRIFT SHOP
of the
Jewish Home for the Aged
offers yo'.i th opportunity to ae-
iot its fine o4d man and wo-non
witnout coot to you:
SEND lift ARTICLES WHICH
,OU CANNUI U OR bcLL
. such as Furniture -- Linens
Rugs LampsCostume Jewelry.
Bring to us at
524* HE 2ad Ave.
or call Mr. b"verman at PL 1-3M9
tor pick-up. V are open aaiij
I to 4 30. Closed aturda>s only.
Surf side Group
Elects Gold Chief
The Surf side Civic Assn. held its
annual election meeting recently at
the Biltmore Terrace hotel.
Louis J. Gold, former Surfsidc
councilman, was elected president.
Other officers elected were Alex
Dellerson. first vice president; Alex
Ross, second vice president; I .mi is
Hirsh. treasurer; Mrs. Jack Kling-
er, secretary; Freda Liberman,
corresponding secretary.
Attorney George S. Okell, Sr..
has been retained by members of
the association, and other residents
of Surfside, to oppose the rezonina
of Harding ave. below 94th st. for
stores and apartment houses.
Gold said Okell will appear as
a "friend of the court," to argue
against the passage of any re-
zoning legislation.
Chosen to head committees of
the executive board are Dr. H.
Ausubcl. program; Mrs. Martin
Bloch. recreation; Dr. H. L. Brown,
health and sanitation; Dr. I. D.
Bernstein, parks and buildings;
Mrs. Anita Crown, law, finance and
bulletin; Morton A. Grant, zoning
and building restrictions; Louis B.
Hoberman, public relations and
publicity: Mrs. Milton Levinson,
membership; Mrs. Abraham Min-
des. town beautiflcation; Nathan
Vlock, police and fire.
Widely read and even more widely discussed novel by French
girl writer Francoise Sagan, "Bonjour Tristesse" ha been
fashioned by producer-director Otto Preminqer into Cinema-
Scope-Technicolor motion picture. David Niven, Deborah
Keir and Jean Seberq are starred. Miss Seberg will be in
Miami this weekend to make personal appearances at Jordan
Marsh and at Carib, Miami. Miracle and Gateway Theatres
Monday evening, where film is now showinq. Miss Seberg is
Preminger's "find" after screen-testing ovsr 18,000 young
actresses in a search for new, fresh talent.
UJA Conference Maps Program
NEW YORKDetails of an in
spiring program of special
events for attendees at the UJA's
20th anniversary conference to be
held in Jerusalem on June 24 to
26 were made public this week by
the United Jewish Appeal.
Morris W. Barinstein, general
chairman of the Appeal, alto an-
nounced that "an exciting itin-
erary has been prepared" for the
extended tour of Israel thai will
be available optionally to those
participating iit taa conference.
The UJA general chairman said
that a special UJA anniversary
conference committee h-i been at
up to handle preparations for the
June event in Israel anJ that, n
cooperation with the El Al Israel
Airlines, the committee has al-
ready arranged "a 15-day, all ex-
pense tour from New York whiefl
offers a lull sightseeing program
in Israel of 14 days and 13 nights,
including the conference in Jeru-
salem."
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At Scout Sabbath services, to be
held this weekend. Boy Scouts of
the Greater Miami area will re-
ceive the distinguished Ner Tamid
(Eternal Light) Medal for rever-
ence.
The award, a bronze medal worn
suspended from a blue and white
ribbon, is presented to outstand-
ing Scouts who fulfilled the re-
ligious requirement* as developed
by the National Jewish Committee
on Scouting. The.se include a gen-
c-al knowled&e of the Bible, Jew-
ish history and religion, faithful
attendance at synagogue, and
service to the community.
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A retired >i""'i winker, In- eanie hen
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MRS. LILLIAN L'SHNER
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sister and a brother, s.. > '
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MRS. GERTRUDE DIM/A'.
49. of 4:.;. MB sfth i alee Feb. *
resident here four >.-a -'
vlved bv a son, Allen, an i '
Feb 4 at EUverstae-Hea. n Mi
Chapel, with burial In .l Nel.o > u
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land two iranfohlMren. 3m
Feb. i at -River,-! l.-l'earlr Mel.
Chapel. with burial in at. *<- "
etery.
ALEX WE SBERO
.is. of IJSi I'd '*' ',.......'
. i here IS >-e, l" / ,
,.. h;S wife, Kethei ihree
t brother nnd ->- rrit
M were al New .nn-Oi r.....*
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70, of r.43 MW-hlaan av....... I-el.. 1.
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are his wife, Kaante: ...
Mrs. Rose Morse. Ser\k-e> an.l l.ui.al
,.,,. |n New York, with Hellman
Funeral Home In charge of local ar-
rangements. ^^^^^
JACOB FRIEDMAN
71, of 111 Kuril.1 eve., died Jan. 31. A
resident her.- two years, he leaves h'-
wife, Bertha. Bsrvloas end burial were
In New York, with Riverside-Beacn
Memorial Chapel in chart* locally.
HARRY M. GOODMAN
si. of IOJ45 Colllneave., died las! weeh
A retired rand) compan) executive, he
. am.' (o Mian layi ar ago. Ma was >
member of B'nal B'rlth. the Masons,
and was World \\ at 1 \ vine an his >. If< i Hlv< iwo daugh-
li i~, including Mra CaroU K il n ol
N Miami Beuch: and a sUtel Services
with Hellman Funeral
of HI
CARL LUDWIG
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II 6th i v
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MAURICE MOSES
70. of 173 NB l-'tli >i '1 "I -I .'I ''1 A
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sui vlved bj hla wlt< I ol a)
*ht< i. Mrs Bun >
. Mil.-, brother*, thiee sisters.
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THEODORE BAUMAN
3i, of 4455 Jeffenon ..' died Jan a
In Havana. A wholM- j.-.i. In
. resident here Sight 'i al > '
viving are his wlie Jeanette; h mo
ther Mrs. Maria K. Itaiiinaii and I
daughter. Berei..... ware Jan. II n
Sewman-Oordon Funeral Home, wltl
burial in 1-ik.sl.le Memorial Pur*.
JEROME COHEN
-,9. of 41* .Mean.ii a. dll d in '' *
inanufa. I Brer Of kn, lien i
came here 11 years ago rronj I. -
v ii, Sui vivo Include iii- '" m ,v
ine: iwn dsughtei -. Mr- Jean
and Mr-. James Hertaman
,, In other nd i n' am hl'd
were r\ b
with burial In Oraci Ian I I
PHILIP LERCH
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I wife. Am '
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w'|1'irio,^'ar,anr.ementsl.v Rlv.
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MRS. ANNA K. AMSTERDAM
-. uihi BW and tei died J
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BARNEY BURNSTEIN
>. ,.r .." BV Mtll Inn.
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mini- locally.______
MRS. HATTIE SCHWARTZ
<7 (ass s loth t*s-ekw.l Jan
a lesiii.-ni lore mx yean, -lie i- -in
1 .lll!lt rs Ml" llalel
Per' an.l Mr- Ci ice Rash and *
,,r s.'.i'- and b ii.'i were i Ni
V-.ik. with Hi-."-' -''"' 'i Meiiii.rl.'ii
Chiipel In i ally
ISADORE SILKOVITCH
ir, mi i' .i <* 6'rd dt#d Ian
fa The oparator of a dry lemilnii
business, h* i im he I "" ',''"
from N. Haven, Conn Burvr*..... -
line In- Wife, Sail' a ilsushle'.
i:.,i. i brother Harrv fill
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VICTOR PACKER
; ,^ lour heie with the Workmen s
T ,,,,,, .;,...i|.. rtle.1 Jan. *i
. I proi.....nl wrtora ..n-r-
, ,. man '"- and ha
. I tie IS. Canada and Kuropt
ltido',.1. RchlWhraut. U wat
... I J, ... the Jewish Actor s rnlo,
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SAMUEL HORN
7J ( 1*1.175 Collins ave.. died Jan. 27.
nWV.,e'n*r,^^--h^f|t
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Merele a son, a daughter, a broths.
.. three si-ters. Including Mrs Hei-
ihs Si-"in. Miami Beach, and Mrs
\nnn Rl-b .l.icksonvl I. Services wan
Ian :'s at Hellman Funeral Home
with burn! In F.agler Memorial l'arn.
MAX GOLD
7' of O-ean dr.. died Jan. 10. A
winter i.-ldeni heie for ninny years
h< was a retired building eontractor
He was a member of the Workman'
Ofcle. Surviving are his wife, Kelana
,;,ri. l,,,|h. Hair' l ('in*, .surviving are nm win-. .-.,.
M>- 1. fa-ns.. Sun''- ,| |v, daughters. Mrs Sarp> "
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ijBch. Branch
tban cnmpa. n headquar-
fL Ibe OHiihi.i-'.l Jewish Ap
1 ,|l be <>Pcncd soon '" N I
.XSuippri CJA branch
353 1206 NW 163 St..
.proximity to the 163rd st.
\t Cern.
Etftftg the continuous ex-
w hmisinu developments and,
mm manieipalitics. Judge Ar-
il* Snydcr, N. Miami Beach
un. Wedn< of the campaign office in
Jfa a 'jin indication of a
*y intere>t in the work of
Liuntoers in our city asked
lit anJ we are sure th-a local
L'aian will bt greatly aeeel-
by this novel feature,"
Ivor of N. Miami Beach Dan
iibach has been invited to
iate at the rand openina.
twill also be greetiilp by -Dr.
Goodman and George 3.
recently named CM.
-I chairman.
lined by Jude Snyder to or-
( (he branch opening pro-
is Murray Greene, special
[duirmin. and Howaid Ral-
tiirman of general aolicita-
TMrs. Rose Dow, campai n co-
ator, will also help with ar-
ements.
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Belkin, Fine, Shade] Will Participate
0*. HMJAMIH HNl
till SHADtl
Brotherhood Dinner to Present
Awards to Outstanding Leaders
irt Assn. Chief
Speck Monday
bme A. Betts. executive direc-
pf the American Heart Assn.,
kes in Miami this week to con-
[ with officers and members of
Heart Assn. of Greater Miami.
will be principal speaker at
[board of directors' meeting
day at Dade County Medical
i..2SE 13th st.
who assumed hi* pest
American Haart on Jon. 1,
, whan it was reorganise*] aw
itional voluntary health or-
Ration, is making a tour of
a, visiting Heart affiliate*.
r*ttrs and councils.
his guidance, American
t has grown until today it has
filiates and 50 chapters In the
1 States. Alaska. Hawaii, and
rto Rico.
i has been a driving force in
national group's expanded com
Tity service, educational pro-
as, and support of long-range
?arch in the cardiovascalar
Prior to joining AHA, Betts
i for seven years general secre-
' of the American BrMe Soctety.
Awards recognizing outstanding
contributions to -better human re-
lations in Florrtra will be given at
the sixth annual Brotherhood Din-
ner sponsored by the Florida chap-
tor of the Natinal Conference of
Christians and Jewa Feb. 18 at the
Fontainoklcau hotel.
James M. LoGate. chairman of
the board of tht Florida NCCJ. has
announced that a national citation
and three regional awards will be
given.
The national honor has been
granted to Carl Weinkie. 16 Island
ave.. Belle Island. Miami Beach,
co-chairman of the Florida group
and a former member of the na-
tional board of directors of the Bro-
therhood organization.
Ho was singled out for the
honor by a national awards com-
mi thro in recognition of his ser-
vice as a director of the netion-
wide enterprise in human rela-
tions education.
Weinkle's award will be confer-
red by Dr. Sterling vV, Brown, New
York, executive vice president of
the National Conference of Chris-
tiana and Jews, dinner in Miami.
Three regional awards will also!
be granted during the program. Se-1
tected as recipients of the silver j
medallion for service to the cau*e I
of brotherhood are Baron deHirsch |
Meyer, 407 Lincoln rd., Miami
Beach, leading philanthropist and
financier; Judge Ray Pearson, 840
NE 53rd St., Miami, of the Dade
County Circuit Court; and Ralph
Renick, WTVJ's vice president in
[charge) of news.
The regional honor* will he con-
Herri'd by tfw bead of the Florida
awards committee. Dr. C. D.
Tharp, vice prjsident of the Uni-
versity of Miami and a co-chairman
of NCCJ in Florida.
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held since the United States sent
Explorer in'> orbit will be held at
the Dauvi!le hotel's Napoleon
room Feb. 20.
v hiva Uiiversitv will present
a dinner forum on "Sputnik: Chal-
tn American Higher Educa-
tion" with Dr. Samuel Belkin. Dr.
benja-mrh" Fine'VndTfflfShadel par-
ticipating.
Max J. Etra. chairman of the
board of trustees of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, the nation's first university
n-rW Jewish auspices, will be
chairman of the meeting.
Dr. Belkin, w o was o -e of six
college presidents selected by the
United States government to tell
the Russian people the aims of
Amrriean e- jcatien recently, will
a'rve here rtxi w*ek to confer
with na*:onal loaders of Yeshiva
University.
Dr. Fine, whose brilliant rapo-t
I ing of the Little Rock story as edu
I cation editor of The New York
'Times woo him even greater fame.
i wi'l arrive here this week.
Shadel, whj served for four
-years as chairman of'the radio-TV
j dinner f >r the President of the Uni-
j ted States, jumoed to national
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i came a CBS war correspondent in
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Friday, F*jj
Left to richt are J. Myer Schine, Mrs. Albert installation of
Pick, Herman B'nder, Mana-Zucca, Dr. Bertha League.
Foster and Irwin Cassel at Saturday evening
Concer> Series
Booked for 1959
Community C >ncert Asi. this
week anrwnreH its schedule for
the 1958-59 season.
Theodore F. Gannon, president,
said that four of the five concerts
next season have already been
booked.
World famed mezzo-soprano
Rise Stevens will open the sea-
son Feb. 7, 1959. Also scheduled
is American baritone George
London, Apr. 11, 1959.
In addition to the singers, two
major symphony orchestras will
appear here under the association s
sponsorship. Gannon said their
identity must be withheld as of'
now, "because we have not yet re-
eeived releases from their manage-
ments."
But the da'es are f;ved at Feb.
"ebekah Lodge Games Party
Sunshine Kebckah Lodge 9 will
meet Tuesday evening at the Work
men's Circle. 25 Washington ave.
A Games party will be held by
Adelaide Sherman, district deputy
president. Proceeds are for the Old
Age Home for Odd Fellows and
Rcbikahs in Gaine.-ville. Fla.
,',o\d Membership Tea
Tziona chapter ot Mizrach Wom-
en's Organization held a member-
ship tea in honor of Tu B'Shevat
at the home of Mrs. Kal Taxon.
4425 Alton rd.. Wednesday after-
noon. Chairman of the committee
was Mrs. Claire Landesman. 2924
Prairie ave.
21 and Mar. 7. 1959.
Violin virtuoso Michael Rabin
will appear as soloist with one of
the orchestras
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Miami Beach Music and Arts
Binder in Third
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Herman A Binder was in-t'>l,'*'l
[ti a third term as president of the
Miami Beach .Music and Arts Lea-
gue \a>i week at the Ri.ncy Plaza
hotel.
Others named were A'e\ Deller-
i son. Daniel Broad, and Marry l.
Webb, vice presidents; l.ouis B.
Hoberman. executive secretary:
I Gustavo Freeman, treasurer; Le-
: nore ilauer. corrospondin; -cere
tary: Ruth Freeman recording sec-
[retary; and Roberta Zaager. finan-
ci."J secretary.
Directors elected were Lillian
Bloch, Jennie Grossinger, Jackie
C. Hall, Albert Hauer, Conni
Gordon, Bertha E. King, Joseph
Mooney, Robert Strassberg and
Aida Yaslo.
Seated at the head table were
honorary life members Mrs. Albert
Pick. Mana-Zucca. Dr. Bortha Fos-
ter. Mr-. .1. Myer Schine, who re-
ceived the League's annual citation
fur her Cultural contribution^ to
Greater Miami, and Theodore Can-
non, J. Myer Schine. Gus Trau,
Jennie Grossinger, Irwin Cassel
and Rev and Mrs. If. J. Karl.
Musical program included Mr.
and Mr> Buns Kitain, violin and
piano team; Ancil Davis, tenor:
Gladys Romney, soprano; and Hiss
Anyuta Melicov, pianist.
Mrs, Marry Webb (rat chairman
of the installation event
Silk Stockings'
At Music Theatre
The rollicking yarn of how three
Russian renegafles delect to the
rail freedom in gay ole
Paree with the aid oi American
"lorces." and Scotch booze, is
told In "Silk StocKings,"
the new musical production which
opened at the Miami Music Theatre
Tuesday for a one-week engage-
ment.
In the important role, as "Ni-
notchka. Rae Allen fails prey to
euotions and. the insidious
ore.- ui love and romance to join
imists she was sent to
investigate and return to Russia.
The Soviet Commissar is "sc-
duced by democratic dainties"in-
luctive stackings, pan-
ties bras (capitalistic propaganda)
to become a new convert to de-
icy.
In the "fenune fatale" role is the
talented Sherry O'Neill. Norwood
Smith, who reel
Sara Dillon in "Paja'n,^
turns to the thcatre-in-ti
play the featui
1 L"rfieW' to rjmp thrl
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February
7. 1958
-JelstiFh>rHton
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Menuhin. Rose Team with Bitter
To Perform Three Major Works
mCHAUD NICKM
sea' in Three
[wings Here
from a p'cirrl-shattering
lion ol "Aida" lasl week,
inn Opera Guild will pre-
Iree performances of Pucci-
Joica" Feb 17. 19 and 22.
|g poroth) Kirsten, Richard
Cesare Bardelli and Law-
vid-on. of the Metropoli-
era Company.
Guild direclor Dr. ArUiro
bpi revculi'd Wednesday that
[than 10.000 persons saw
last week, sotting a record
fcratic attrmlutice in Florida.
"Tosca" ill be just as
1 to Laugh, You'll Lo
>. V.i tfr V. -irhll of t*li*
ftjMOy ils- hit w;th the
(*i Vark Company that
ltni*i*ly lor l..o SOlid
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leants
Coming fo
BADE COUNTY
AUDITORIUM
01 WIST fUGlER STREET
fEB. 7 8-910-1112
m BOX OFFKFS:
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}*e Highland 8-9173 er
Thsotrt Ticktt Agency
Two world-renowned artists will,
be featured with the University of I
Miami Sv-mphony Orchestra Sun-
day and Monday evenings. Feb. 9
and 10. at the Miami Beach and
Dade County Auditoriums.
Conductor John Bitter will be
joined hy violinist Y.ihudi Menuhin.
and eelliai Leonard Rose in a per-1
formanoe of Brahms' Double Con-'
ccrto in A minor, op. 102
Scheduled to open the concert is
Vittorlo Giannini's transcription.
"Fr>M bakliana from Throe Organ
Pieces."
Me:-1 Mr will than be heard in
Concerto in E minor, op. 64, by
MerdclsscSn, to be followed by
Rest in a performance of Varia-
t mi oi a Thame Rococo, op. 33,
by Tscheikowsky.
T'i.' Brahms Concerto will con-
clude the concert.
Menuhin's interpretation of the
Mendelssohn Concerto is always a
noteworthy performance because
he was the first violinist to play
it in Paris immediately following
its liberation..
It was alto largely through his
initiative that the graat Russian
violinist David Oistrakh finally
came to tha U.S. in a concert
tour. Last year, whan most Amer-
ican artists were appearing in
th* Soviet Union at part of a
cultural exchange program, Men-
uhin chose to play in Hungary.
Leonard Rose, like the late Wil-
liam Kapell. is a Miami product. He
last performed here with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Orch-
estra as part ot a Jewish Music
Month Festival, his program in-
c'uding Ernest Bloch's "Shelonin
for Cello .-ind_Ordie>tra, and the
CtJUPrTlo !flT CelliiTy CamilTe Saint
Saens.
For a lone time first cellist with
the Now York Philharmonic Sym-
phony Orchestra, Rose subsequent-
ly gave up this post to devote him-
self to concertizing.
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food." continued the Maestro.
Mist Kirsten, star of television
and motion pictures, as well as
opera, recently made a success-
ful night club debut at lh* TrOpi-
cana in Las Vegas. She will sing
the title role of 'Tosca" in her
Miami appearance.
Tenor Richard Tucker has been
compared with Enrico Caruso
more than any tenor of modern
times. Tucker, already this year,
has made successful debuts at the
Vienna Opera House and at Lon-
don's Covent Garden, singing the
role of "Cavaradossi" in Tosca.
whtcit,he will portssty here
Joining Miss Kirsten and Tucker
are baritone Cesare Bardelli. who
will sing the role cf the dread
"Scarjaia," and bass baritone Law-
rence Davidson, as the comical
Sactfertan."
Tickets for Tosca are on sale at
Burdines' third floor ticket booth,
at both the Dade County and Mi-
ami Beach auditoriums and at the
Onera Guild office at 625 SW 29fh
rd.
'Simon and Laura'
Eyes Final Week
",cimon and Laura," the comedy
hit holding forih at the Coconut
Gn ve Playhouse, starts its second
and final week Monday. Starring
Lyr.n Bari. Orson Bean and Mur-
ray Matheson, the play provides
an amusing glimpse behind the
scene in the never-never land of
television.
Portraying a temperamental act-
ing couple who have just about
had it in the legitimate theatre,
Miss Bari and Matheson, as Laura
and Simon Foster, are catapulted
to nation-wide fame, when their
agent turns their normally rau-
cous home life into a nightly tele-
vision show.
But the .train of pretending that
all is sweetness and light proves
too great, and when they crack,
the blow-up occurs in front of mil-
lions of viewers.
Following the closing of "Simon
and Laura" Feb. 15. the Coconut
Grove Playhouse will present two
of the American theatre's most
! distinguished stars, Judith Ander-
I sen and Cathleen Nesbitt, in "The
; Chalk Garden."
Rummage Safe Thursday
Sisterhood of Hi a loan Miami
Springs Jewish Center will have
ts rummage sale Thursday. Feb.
13, from 8 a.m. at Steven's Market,
62nd st. and 27th ave.. Miami.
Miss Mae Goldman is chairman
of rummage pickup.
music theatre
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Tickets en Sale at Synagogue Prices $2.50, $1.50, $1.00

GUILD OP GREATER MIAMI
Announces 1958 Season
irucciNi)
with leading stars of the
METROPOLITAN OPERA
Dorothy Kirsten
isToscs
Richard Tucker
s Cavaradossi
Cesare Bardelli |
ts Scarpn
Lawrence Davidson
ts Sacristan
Robed Madirias ss Angelotti
Virilnlt Assandrl as Sitltttt
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
MONDAY, FttRUARY 17* ond SATURDAY, FHRUARY 22nd
Ticktt. (non-imtmbar) $3.50 and J7.00
NOW ON SALE AT.
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MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE TOSCA, February 19th
"A RICH AND RARE TREAT!
Nothing remotely like it hat bean tean in that* ports
before It it all forthright and simple in spirit, vital,
passionate in the true sense of that ward, and won-
derfully creative. A breath of revivifying froth air
teems to have swept into the Martin Sock
MARTIN. N. Y. Times
SUPERB THEATREI Sara levi-
Tanai, the founder, has accomplished
the incredibly difficult task of trans-
forming folk dance into theotricol
dance with form, pacing, variety and
impact. All of the performers are splen-
did (their vitality alone is enough to
moke one jump out of hit seat). An
exciting evening wos generated by Inbal os it communicated to
another age the oncient ecstasy ol doneing.'-TtRRY, N. Y Her.-Trie
"A MUST FOR ALL DANCE FANS I The dancer* stir up ax-
citing rhythms with gourd-like hand drums, shepherds' reeds,
hardware that resembles dish pans of varying siies and their
own ululan. singing." -**"
"GOOD THE ATREI Inbol uses singing,
dialogue and dramatic movement as
well os music and dance to achieve its
effects. Their unbounded energy the sheer
joy with which they move ond their warm
communication with each other is almost
unique -HERRIDOt. N. Y. fort
"JOYOUS I THEATRE IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD.
Along with thoir dancing, they sing and chant and daclaim
In unison, they play native Instruments and drums and they
engage In highly expressive pantomime. The otmosphare
pulses with the warmth and color of the Middle last."
-IIANCOLLI. H. Y. WorW-Toloentm
"A t ASCINATING SHOW I Dynamic and compelling. So gen
uine ond olive it the performonce mat each number appears
created on the spot. The whole show has been produced with an
eye far color and natural showmanship. From the opening shep-
herd dances to the 'Queen of
Shaba' adaptation, there runt
a basic folk impulse thot proves
irresistible -KASTfNDISCK.
N. X. Jeoroel-Ameeiceo
S.HUROK
presents
under the auspices of
the Greater Miami Committee
far the Celebration of
hrVi Teat* Anniversary
Israel's Unique Dance Tbettre
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM, FEB. 26,1951 at 8:30 P.M.
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM. FEB. 27,1958 at 8:30 P.M.
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Dade League Chief Urges 'Yes' Vote
"We must put the brakes on the
County Commission majority in
their wild spending of the taxpay-
ers' money and their grab for pow-
er," declared Dean Claussen, pres-
ident of the Dade County League
of Municipalities, this week.
"The Metro Amendmentto be
voted on Tuesdaywill help slow
them down and guarantee that our
cities won't be wiped out," he said.
Claussen charged the County
Commissioners with:
Awarding fat contract! and
political "plum" appointments to
their friend*:
Attempting to destroy the
cities by passing ordinances fiat
would hamper local tovernments
and take away income producing
services.
e Irresponsible spending of the
taxpayers' money.
"The County "Commissioners be-
?an th-ir terms of office by re-
warding their f-'Is wHh lucrative
,.:, .,, |he 1:iNi-.yn-s' expense,
"i ur*e ewryone to go to the
.. ;K m -i 11 i ij and lake their
friends and neighhoreso that thi^
I assecl. Vote Yes '"
passed. Vote Vex" Claussen con-
I eluded.
PULL LEVER 5-A
Jaycee Chief Calls For W Tuesday
Edward P. Swan, president of i would not mean fairer distribution
the Miami Junior Chamber of Com- jol the tax burden," he declared
ee, this week called on Dade "Under Metro, each municipality
countians to vote "no" to the Metro | or unincorporated area will pay for
__ ...._____- a **.L. ~ W W 11*1 it lit
Amendment election on Tuesday.
"Passage of the amendment
CJA to be Discussed
Labor Zionist Assembly will
meet Wednesday evening at Tem-
ple Emartu-El religious school.
The program will include a dis-
cussion of the Combined Jewish
Appeal. J. Z. StadJan will preside
any improvements which benefit
only residents of that municipality
or area. The county will pay for
improvements benefiting the whole
county.
"Metro, if it isn't crippled by the
amendment." he said, "will pro-
vide a fairer distribution of the tax
load and make possible for Dade
county to achieve progress and
prosperity instead of stagnation
and strangulation."
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
r- it. Baturday y 10 .i m
"Waa the World inn
b> Hi- .ii.iii .nn nil-'.'"

ANSHE F.MES. 2'35 W 19th ava. Can-
tor Morria Zimmerman.

BETH OAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ava Coo-
ltive. Rabbi Vaakov Roaenberg.
Cantor William W. Lipaon.
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nogegue Art
[hibit Showing
he Union of American Hebrew
.arcnl body of over
pReform an.! Liberal congrega-
throuchoiH I he country, is
nUy sponsoring an exhibit
L Feb. 13 of synagogue art
[architecture row on display in
lobby of the auditorium of Tem-
Jsrael of Greater Miami.
Mfflnia*' Keb, 14. the exhibit
\0 Temple Beth Sholom,
(reit will remain until Mar. 9.
jiony the more beautiful works
In which tN present in photo-
Bh iorm ii tbe cast bronze "Ja-
|s Dream.' created by Max Si-
1. and presently in the Teaneck
psh Community tenter, N.J.
particular beajty it the
me and sfained-glaii totemic
plpture and Bimah and Ark for
npl* Beth Abraham, Tarry
New York, which it the
Ition of artist Sidney Simon.
lets of Nathaniel Kaz, Bernard
nthal, and Ilya Schor are also
rsenleii. An Ark lashioned in
[unusual material, hammered
er, created by Louis G. Red-
i for Congregation Beth Aaron,
oit, Mich., is among the many
Iwhich are presented in pieture
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17 Shevat 5:54 p.m.
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BETH EL. 5CO SW 17th ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swiraky.
Frlils) ". r. p.rri Saturday K:30 a.m.
i 'On I'tuiit iiiii a s.--ii In 111--

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conaervative Rabbi David W. Har-
aon. Cantor Hyman Fein.

BETH ISRAEL. 4003 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louie Rottman.
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BETH JACOB. 301 311 Waahington
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stem.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
'l.n 5:1 ".in. BajtuBda)
:.i.....n: "The Ten Comma nitraaota
.hi i i ii- Tenth Annl

BFTH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
PYtdaj I a.m.
s. n ..M i "I..- ..ml Life."
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BETH TFII AH. 9*5 Euclid ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rackovaky.
. I i.i Satnrda 1:30 m
s-i i.urn "Wi ekl] i i Ion

OAOE HE.CHTS JEWISH CENTER.
18160 NW 2nd ave. Conaervative
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.

FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51a* pi.
Conservative. Rabbi Murray A.
Alatet.

HEDREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951 Pla-
in n-o Way. Conaervative. Rabbi Leo
Maim.
Reading material in vocalhed Easy Hebrew, and also materul for
advanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
Organization or by writing to. Brit lint Olamit, P.O.B. 7111.
Jerusalem, Israel. ..,
' Published by Brit Nnl Olamit
Temple Zion Votes Rabbi Waxman
Life Contract, Teitter Reveals Here
LEGAL NOTICES
rirTN0T|CE UNDER
. CT,Tl0b NAME LAW
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Rabbi Alfred Wa,man. of Tem-
ple Zion. has bean voted a life
tenure contract by his congrega-
tion.
Jesse T-itler, Temple Zion pres-
ident, in announcing th contract,
said Wednesday that Rabbi Wax-
man "is loved and respected by all
our members.
"During the seven years he has
been our rabbi, he has given of
himself freely and willingly to all
who need his services and guid-
ance."
Coming from England in 1951,
Rabbi Waxman became piritual
leavdeV otwhat was then the West
Miami Jewish Center.
The original 30 family member-
ships have grown to a congregation
of 400 families today. The original
shell of the then Center's auditor-
ium has been extended to seat
1,000 worshippers today.
Rabbi Waxman is a graduate of
Cardiff and Swansea Universities
u? England and also of the Liver-
pool Theological Seminary- His
post-graduate work was done in
Jews' College. London. For his
work in the Department of Semitic
Languages at the University Col-
lege of South Wales, he was award-
ed the Theodore Rooinson Prize. '
He 1% past teerotary-treaurar
f the Rabbinical An. of Great-
er Miami. In 1M3. Ha wii ap-
pointed honorary chaplain to tha
Department of Florioa of the-
Jewish War Veterans of America,
and ha* held traa post ever since.
In 1*So. he was appointed Jtwuh
chaptain to the Veteran* Admin-
istratien Hospital at Coral Gable*.
In 1954 he was elected to the
Rabbinical Assembly of America,
and is a member ol tho South Flor-
ISRAELITE CENTER. 31?8 SW 24th
ter. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky.
KYIila) I l". and 8 15 p.m. Sermon;
"VarloiH Korina ol Silence.' Baturdaj
San i. r eon ol
,i: .in i .. Samuel Btv hbergi I
a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrlield.
Cantor Abraham Seit.
I ,.ui v so p ni Bermon Do
v.,:, i, ve fo !-.!( Batnrda
., i Irll ..ii hHitfei K.iiiW
rather of Rabl.l
pavld Lehrfleld, Kneaeth Israel.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONOREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
I ,,.],,, su ,, m. ,\t 1:18 pi" jn'ii'i'
eonKretatlon 111 i-onluct w
Howard Kaplan. Jnaeua
v.-ii-t.in Howai 'i i >ui hon and i......
s:itiinl:iv s::i" a.m.

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave Conaervative. Rabbi
laaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob Goldtarb.
i:ni.i\ s pni. Bermon: "laneTa Hei
ItiiK^Rlernn! S. -i\ i. I" '
dueled by atudenta t the r<
M-huni. Ones Bhabhal boata Hi and
Mi* Hymtui Eckstein ami Mr "'"
Mi- Nathan Cottoa in imnw "f ineli
mini. Satuxlny B h hi. Mar Mltav.ih:
David Keksteln: Alan t'olton.
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W
Dixie hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Neu.
PHdau I IS p.m. Barrlca lo aaaao* Boa
Semi r.....p under th^ direction "i
Irvine Jieobaan ami tiuuMey Union.
Saturday 9 a.m.

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 TSth
at. Conservative, "labbi Mayer
AbramowlU." Cantor Edward Klein
Krlilav |:1S p.m. PalIH' "A Tree In
the \.x.\ ?alur.la>- x 1'. am H.ir
flntfvatr RtTWard, son "f VfV. and StVa.
Morton ReUen Bermon: "waek.y
Portion."
a
SOUTH DADE JBWISH CENTSR.
Room 315, Merrick blda-. U. of M.
campua. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
e
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER 6428
i. ,J etn it. conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Levitan.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 414'-Chase
ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing.
ton ave. Conservative. R.-bbi Irving]
Lehrman. Cantor larael Reich.
. .. ..ml h:% i p in Sei mon. "The
Mi aninfi l l*i a) : in < Mi: i
s, rn ii 'Weekly I 'or-
lion Bar Mlts\ ih; Bt< ven, on ol
Mr- Pauline (IrnaM. I'ailil. .-mi i. Mr.
Leonard Ho.wlta
e
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER M
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi,
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Born-T
stein.
Kriii..% 1:16 p.ro Bermon: "The Rabbi
.-ml tin i o Ii
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 330 Palermo ave. .
Liberal. Ribbi Morria Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday I IS p.m. Ooeari apeaki
,i i RaldM .ii ploi pr In ,ii..n Topic: "The BtrueTle u,r
,i rtlKhm > i rdas lo a m.
s. i mon "All Ihe
e
TEMPLE NER TAMID. (To be erect-
rd at PCth st and Tatum Waterway.)
Surfside Town Hall. Modern Tradi-
tional.
e
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
131st st. and NE 6th ave. Reform.
Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
h;l
AUGUST BROS RT/
IAMI AlflfO WAXMAN
ida Rabbinical Assembly Commit
tee.
In November. 1956. Rabbi Wax-
man, together with his wife and
daughter. Faith, became cituens of
the United States. A second_daugh-
ter. Martha, was born here in 1953.
He's Named CtfspomUnt
Peter F. Heller, local publicist
and former newspaperman, has
been named Greater Miami corres-
pondent for the Brooklyn Daily, the
only newspaper now being publish-
ed in the Borough of Brooklyn,
New York City. Heller will ser-
vice the South Florida area with
news and photographs. His office
is at 1101 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach.
AMtKICAM fMAf U
RELIGIOUS STORE
1SS7 WASHINGTON AVI.
MIAMI BEACH Jtl 1-772*
A BIO SELECTION OF BAR
MITZVAH OUTFITS and
SYNAGOGUE SUPPLIES
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
FMdaj I P '.......": '"n"' ,'' ".
i-h i'..in epl ( Serv* Bawrday I
u.in.
e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave Conaervative. Rabbi Abraham
Herson Cantor Albert Glantx.
p idaw H p ir s- n on: "The l lan-
ajr "f spiritual Bnalavi met
,.,. ., ., Bermon Fundamental
prlnclpraa of Judgment."
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
0R0VI71 UNVEILING
Dedication of a Monument
lo the Mcmorv of (he Idle
JENNIE OS0VITZ
/urmerlv cif MM Cullms Ai-e.
Will Ta^e Place
Sunday, Feb. 9, 2p.m.
at the Jewish Section of
WiH'.tlauii CemeteTv.
U'lth Rabbi Irving Lehrman
of/iciatmR.
Mrs. Oroviti i survived by two
sons Mas and Maurice, ol Mi-
ami Beach: two daughters. Mr*
David Bass, of Miami Beach,
and Mrs. Myer BlumberE, of
Dothan. Ala.: a sister. 10 prand
children anJ three great-grand-
children Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer Miami Monu-
ment Co.
f iirml- and Relatives
Are Asljed to Attend.
Miami Htbrtw Book Store
1585 Waahington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-3*40
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