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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH TJNITY andTHE JEWISH WEEKLY
/CLUME 27Number 41
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1953
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Igypl, Syria Unite in Squeeze Play on Israel
By The Jewish Takgraphic Agency
NEW YORKThe Arab Slates this week attempted a
oliiical squeeze play on Israel and threatened military
lion to prevent "aggression" by the beleaguered Israelis.
a two pronged politico-strategic offensive against the
Jewish State, Syria and Egypt concerted their attack*
kd mustered support in Washington, London and the
Irited Nations. %
[ In one phase of the diplomatic onslaught, Syria pro-
ested that the Huleh drainage project jeopardized the
bitter supply of a large Syrian area and persuaded UN
ruce chief Major General Vagn Bennike to ask Israel
cease work on the drainage canal until the issue could
-lurtied. When Israel rejected General Benrrike's re
De3. the United States Department of State and the
fetish Foreign Office interceded to put pressure on
iracl to force .compliance.
j The second prong of the attack came from Egypt which
urged that Israeli troops have occupied an area near El
laja in violation of. the armistice. In Washington, the
Egyptian Embassy disclosed that Egypt will seek action
ry the I nited Nations Security Council against Israel's
aggression" on El Auja village.
Dr. Ahmed Hussein, Ambassador of Egypt, made a
call at the State Department to protest what he
sajd was Israel "aggression" in "occupying" the village of
El Auja in the demilitarized zone. He demanded that the
United States take immediate action "to force IssfteL to,
withdraw its troops from.the area." Egypt, said,Dr*,^^
sein, "takes a very serious view of the situation."
In Cairo, Egyptian Minister for National Guidance Belch
Salem asserted that Israeli armed forces had occufffced
parts of the demilitarized area. The Minister added that
"we know what to do" about the alleged Israeli move.
He announced that Lieutenant General Abdel Hakim
Amer, commander-in-chief of the Egyptian Army, had
been summoned back to Cairo for consultations with the
government.
In Tel" Aviv, the Egyptian charges were branded as
'malicious propaganda devoid of any substance."
Israel spokesmen pointed out that there were no Israel
troop movements in the demilitarized zone. With the com-
plete knowledge of UN truce supervivors and of the
Egyptians, Israelis have been cultivating lands on the
Israel side of the demilitarized zone for some smonths
past. This is entirely in accordance with the Israel-Egypt
armistice agreement, and the legality of this work has, in
fact, been completely unchallenged.
Oberservers here see a great significance in the fact
that Syrian threats against..Israel's development work
in the north Mere followed,so soon by the Egyptian out-
break, and point out thatvbeth sets of accusations are
(equally unfounded. In both cases, Israel is working on its
own side of the frontier, conducting normal economic
development work in full accord with the armistice agree-
ments
In both cases, the UN authorities concerned were kept
of tale canal from the Jordan in the North, discussions
have been maintained between the Israel Foreign Minis-
try and General Bennike, and it is understood that these
discussions are to continue in the near future.
The immediate recourse both of Syria and Egypt to
sabre rattling is itself described by Israel authorities as a
direct contradiction of the spirit and letter of the armis-
tice agreements which call for the cessation of all hostile
activities. Correspondents who visited the area in ques-
tion recently saw nothing of military movements. The
border areas in question were entirely quiet, and there
was nothing remotely resembling 'border friction." There
have been no troop movements. The current fall maneu-
vers of the Israel armed forces were scheduled months
ago and did norr in fact, take place anywhere near the
areas affected.
Israel invited the American chairman of the Israel-
Egyptian Mixed Armistice Commission to visit the Auja
et Hafir area to see for himself the falsity of the Egyptian
Continued on Page 12
ction Urged
.gainst Zion
In Near East
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israel
Irubassador Abba Eban this week
fccussed the present situation re-
tarding the drainage of Huleh
narshes and Syrian protests with
Lnder Secretary of. State Walter
Bf ell Smith and Robert Murpbjr,
slant Secretary of State for
Dnited Nations Affairs. Details of
he discussion were not\ made
|n< \vn.
Meanwhile, State Department of-
Pcials studied the Arab threats
gainst Israel, as expressed in the
Irab press, in connection with Is-
hel's refusal to be intimidated in-
P halting work on the Huleh proj-
The Lebanese newspaper Al-
Iharq published a long article un-
fcr the headline: "forward To Ac-
tion, Shishakli. All Arabs support
fdu. The time has Arrived jo put
In end to feiohisnv" In Iraq, the
publication AlSaa.said: "Iraq is
prepared to support Syria and to
end its troops at the first signal
p alarm in order to destroy the
[el Aviv Government*? .
The official organ of Premier
iohammed Naguib, Al-Tahrir, said
n Cairo that "the time is now past
When Shertok (Israel Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Sharett) was able to
hreaten every Arab state sepa-
rately. He now has to talk- to all
irabs together. In this position, he
fesembles an ant threatening to
pverwhelm a mountain."
Egypt's most important news-
Per, Al-Ahram, expressed the
that "the Tel Aviv Govern-
ner.t has recently become very in-
ole.it. which compels the Arabs to
Continued on Page 12
Eban Calls Arab Charges
'Unfounded;' Flays Egypt
A major contribution to medical science is being made by-
young research workers patiently probing into nature's secrets
in their fight to free mankind from the evils of disease in
Israel's anti-biotic plants. An appropriation of nearly $1,500,-
000 has been made by State of Israel Bonds to further re-
search work and the production of anti-biotic preparations
through the establishment of new and the expansion of exist-
ing plants.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Am-
bassador AUba" Eban' this week
charged the Arab states, and par-
ticularly Egypt, with propagating
"completely unfounded accusa-
tions" about Israel breaking the
armistice agreements. Addressing
a press conference, he said that a
series of "trumped up charges,
based on fantasy, have found their
way into the world press and have
allowed an impression to gain
ground that Israel has aggressive
designs."
He spoke of this as "not an iso-
lated incident" but part of an Arab
policy of "hit and run propa-
ganda." The Israeli representative
added that his government took a
serious view of these false charges.
Mr. Eban predicted that the Egyp-
tian authorities would never bring
their claim that Israel forces had
occupied an area in the demili-
tarized zone along the southern
frontier to the official attention
of the United Nations.
The Israel diplomat referred to
State Department Asked Not to Divert
Mutual Security Aid Funds to Iran
WASHINGTON^ (JTA) Senator
Hubert H. Humphrey told Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
this week that it would be a "ser-
ious mistake" to divert to Iran
portion of Mutual Security aid in-
tended by Congress for Israel. He
said in a letter that such action
was not in accord with testimony
by the Administration at the time
the funds were voted.
"While the figures were not
Morgenthau On Histadruth's Role
JERUSALEM (JTA) Lcvi Esh-
'. Israel Minister of Finance.
<* issue this week with Henry
orgeuthau, Jr., chairman of the
"'I of Governors of the Israel
I Organization in the United
1 ho had suggested that the
1 "" in Israel "get out of
Private business." Mr. Morgenthau
fP<^e at the National Economic
conference for Israel in Washing
ton.
. "The remarks made by my
friend Henry Morgenthau at the
third State of Israel Independence
Bond Conference in Washington in
connection with the function and
role of the Histadrut in the Israel
economy as reported in the press
have aroused considerable aston-
ishment.'' Mr. Eshkol's statement
Continotd on Paa 12
made public," said Senator Hum-
phrey, "the testimony presented by
the Administration to our Senate
Foreign Relations Committee led
me and my colleagues to believe
that you fully intended to continue
our program for Israel along the
fines and level of 1952-53, when the
Israel appropriation totalled $70,-
000,000."
The Senator referred to informa-
tion released by the Foreign Oper-
ations Administration indicating
that approximately $15,000,000 are
being slashed from funds voted Is-
rael so that it may be given to Iran.
While agreeing that it was desir-
able to aid Iran, he expressed con-
cern that such assistance was
being given Israel and stressed
that the Administration had au-
thority under the Mutual Security
Act to help Iran without hurting
Israel. This could be done by us-
ing certain funds available for
such contingencies.
Senator Humphrey said: "A
sharp reduction in the Israel aid
program might gravely retard the
agricultural and industrial devel-
opment which is how under way
and which must be pressed if Is-
rael is to put its .new immigrants
to work. Inasmuch as it will take
several years before Israel becomes
economically s e 1 f-sufficient, it
would seem in our interest to main-
tain the program at the present
level and thus shorten rather than
prolong the period of Israel's eco-
nomic dependency."
Noting that the aid cuts would
also affect the Arab states, Sena-
tor Humphrey said "the low stan-
dards of living that prevails in
Arab countries suggests that we
have just made a beginning in that
region. It had been my impression
that the Administration intended
to extend our Interest in the entire
Near East rather than to diminish
it. Accordingly, a retrenchment at
this time is dangerous."
the disagreement over the canal
project in the demilitarized zone
on the Syrian border and said that
Israel had asked General Vagn
Bennike, UN Truce Chief, to re-
consider the work suspension or-
der he had given. He declared
that as proof of Israel's sincerity
in this matter it was willing to
submit the whole issue to the Se-
curity Council.
Mr. Eban emphasized that such
a course of action as the Israel
Government had followed was "not
open to any criticism from any-
one." He added that the whole
incident had not been helped by
what he described as the "sabre
rattling of the Arabs across the
border."
Analyzes UN Report
Ambassador Eban also had some
comments to make on the recent
report of the director of the UN
Relief and Works Agency for Pal-
estine Refugees. He said that the
position described in the report
was "disquieting." He referred
particularly to the table on the
number of refugees in the various
countries.
Mr. Eban said- that this table
showed that the Arab governments
had not cooperated in the United
Nations policy of "reintegration"
of the refugees. However, he .did
not believe that the situation with
regard to these refugees was hope-
less. He added there were many
ways in which the problem could
be solved if the Arab governments
would cooperate.
The Israeli representative re-
ferred particularly to the question
of "movement of refugees," an
important one because if they were
allowed to travel they could go
to Arab areas.
German Writer Tells
On Former Nazi Pals
BONN (JTA) In a letter to
Federal Chancellor Adenauer, the
well-known young journalist Mich-
ael Heinze-Mansfeld, during the
last'war a much-decorated and fre-
quently wounded junior officer of
the German Army, exposes a num-
ber of senior officials of the pres-
ent Federal Government as key
men in carrying out the Nazi pro-
gram of extermination directed
against the Jews of Europe.

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craeli Consular Representatives To
fttend Tucker Concert October 22nd
1rgrcCj)tlivs,i Consular T^esenityve*,^ *
eater Miami area, as well as
e members of the Israeli Par-
ent, will Kive an international
)r to the Richard Tucker con-
honoring the 3,000th anniver-
of Jerusalem, it was an-
need here this week,
he concert, under the auspices
State of Israel Bonds, will be
[Id in the tifarai Beach Auditor-
at 8:30 p.m." on Thursday, Oc-
*r 22nd. T^.free tickets are
ng given away for every pur-
se of an Israel Bond, and fur-
r information can be obtained
the Concert Committee at
Collins Avenue, telephone
B64 and 98-6567.
he consuls will bring greetings
m their respective countries to
event. The names of the Knes-
delegation will be announced
week when arrangements
e been completed.
lUl Ashkenazy, of Miami, who
returned from Israel, told
oncert Committee meeting held
week in the Algiers Hotel that
el today is passing through its
dhood illnesses and that the
y remedy was financial support
the American community.
ipeaking to the representatives
the various organizations who
cooperating in making this a
wide event, Ashkenazy de-
red that he was "truly amazed"
the great progress in the young
locracy and what had been ac-
plished during the past five
"despite all the problems and
lenities" facing the citizens.
!e praised the "financial pulley"
Israel Bonds, "doing yeomen
rk in helping agriculture, indus-
and transportation."
Irs. Manuel Burstein, Hadassah
irman for Bonds, reported on
recent National Economic Con-
nce for Israel held in Wash-
n and declared that she was
rilled" by the welcome and
ibute to women delegates. Mrs.
iuis Glasser, Greater Miami chair-
in for Bonds, gave further de-
on the conference and stated:
'Bringing a drowning man to
e beach is not enough. You must
) revive him. Similarly with
immigrants in Israel; they must
eive the aid and training possi-
only through the sale of State
Israel Bonds."
More than $100,000 were raised
ugh the sale of Bonds in syna-
les during the High Holy Days,
Glasser reported.
Sets of $1,000 tickets were won
the following committee mem-
s: Mrs. Sophie Krantz, Jacob
hman, Miss Lillian Goodman,
Donald Rubin, Mrs. Sophie
man, Mrs. M. Schwartzman,
ul Ashkenazy, Mrs. Eva Kahn
id Mr. M. Friedberg.
Other delegates who attended
initial concert committee meet-
included:
Mrs. Elsie Alexander, Herman
der, Miss Molly Cohn, Mrs. Sy-
11 Cohen, Mrs. Clara Denner, M.
khaus, Mrs. William Feuer, Mrs.
ha Kaye, Mrs. Jacob Fishman,
s. Rose Friedberg, Mrs. Fanny
Idberg, Mrs. Bernard Hoffman,
s. Frieda Kalstein, Sam Karp,
ildred Roseman, Seymour Lieb-
Henry Nadelman, Mrs. Leah Nat-
kin, Mrs. Harry Platoff, Mrs. Mi-
nani'H-efs) Mrs. Bailie Rosen, Mrs.
-Lillian Rosenblatt, Irving Saal, Mrs.
Charlotte 'Shalom, Mrs. Janet
Shawmut, MM.Abe.Shejdroff, Mrs.
Jack Silverfnarf! Mrs. "Ida Spivack,
Mrs. Betty Surkin and Miss Elaine
Wolfson. .*
Frederic Concert To
Advance Study Of
Music In Schools
Dr. BerthVFpster this week call-
ed upon music lovers o&t|i Great-
er Miami area and persdhs inter-
ested in extending the study of
music in the Dade County School
System to participate in the piano
recital by Jerold Frederic sched-
uled for the Dade County Auditor-
ium on Sunday, October 18th, at
3:30 p.m.
Dr. Foster-is chairman of the
Youth Music Appreciation Com-
mittee with Howard A. Doolin, sup-
ervisor of music education in the
public schools here. She indicated
to residents that the response to
Mr. Frederic's October 18th con-
cert may likely spotlight future
public recitals in which Dade
youngsters will participate to
bring their talents forward.
Mr. Frederic is a noted Ameri-
can pianist who has performed
on many university campuses
throughout the nation. His pro-
gram here will include Symphonic
Etudes by Robert Schumann; Pre-
lude and Fugue by Johann Sebas-
tian Bach arranged by Busoni; pi-
ano pieces by Schubert and Cho-
pin; Children's Country Scenes by
Titchener; and works by Franz
Liszt.
On local committess for the con-
cert are David Hochberg, auditor-
ium; Mrs. Warren Freeman and
Leo Robinson, Dade County
Schools; Mrs. Albert Pick, recep-
tion; G. A. Price, program; Mrs.
Alice Hailparn Kolb, invitations;
and the Mesdames I. Daniel Shor-
ell, Alexander Kogan, Philip Ru-
din, Alex Youngerman and Max
Drossin, patron sponsors.
Beach Group Of Council
Studies Psychology
The psychology of women will be*
the subject of study this year for .il
the Human Relations Group of the
Miami Beach Division, Natlona '
n^Wflft ofJe.iw^haWomtoiD >>. .iftnoi
First discussion group this year
will hear Dr. Florence Wechsberg.. '.
psychologist, on the subject: F<
male versus Feminine, Or Doe^
The Biological Woman Imply A
Feminine One.
The meeting will be held in the
Delano Hotel on October 15th, at
1 p.m. In charge of information i-
Mrs. Sam Berlin, chairman.
DiHc^isai^iiti^^fcWhcCiinin^^rUWidfrd'^freftir1 concert October
22nd inthe'Nfiahil Be<^Aucatwixiifrvu^br4e' auspices of
State of Israel Borida are (left to ri^t.y'MrW, rLduis Glasser,
Greater Miami chairman; Saul Ashkenazy, ^ho recently re-
turned from Israel; and Mrs. Manuel Burstein, Hadassah
chairman for Bonds.
Miami Chapter Of
Children's Hospital
To Meet Tuesday
First meeting of the season of
the Miami Chapter, National Child-
ren's Cardiac Hospital, will be
held in Melvin Cohen Hall, 42nd
Avenue and West. Flagler Street,
on Tuesday, October 13th, at 1
p.m.
According to Miss Ethel Cohen,
program chairman, purpose of the
Games Party At Empress
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
weekly menorah game at the- Em-
press Hotel on Wednesday, Octob-
er 14th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs
is in charge.
meeting will be to outline the Mi-
ami Chapter's schedule of activi-
ties during the coming months.
Bob Ruben stein, of Interior De-
sign, will speak on interior decor-
ation.

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A special program of entertain-
ment will be featured at the meet-
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on Sunday, October 11th, 2:30 p.m.
Featured in the program will be
Misses Peggy Mendenhall and
Stephanee Lee who will present
various dance selections. Miss
Pamela While will present popular
songs.
The program is being provided
by Masque and Wig Productions
which is directed by Miss May
belle Smith.
The Golden Age Friendship
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lar Thursday evening gefctogeth-
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Floridian at ISC N. E. Sith Street. Miami It. Florida
Entered at eecond-claea ma*ter July 4. 1S30, at the Poet
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LEO MINDLIN
News Editor
Friday. October 9. 1953
Volume 27 Number 41
Tishri 30. 5714
Are Changes In Order?
Henry Morgenthau. Jr., chairman of the
Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Drive*.
is to be commended for the forthright and hon-
est manner in which he expressed his opinions
about Histadruth at the recent bond conference,
held in Washington. D.C.
"I would like to see the Histadruth get oat
of private business." Mr. Morgenthau said, of
course, thin reflects the chairman's personal
attitudes. But it seems significant for us to note
Jiat other observers and investors, who ax
well informed in economic and financial mat-
ters and among whom are included some of
our local residents, have previously made simi-
lar remarks about Histadruth.
Like Mr. Morgenthau. they have felt that the
organization discourages the influx of Ameri-
can investment capital into Israel and that it
ought to take upon itself the duty of making
more attractive the possibilities of further US
industrial development there.
The role of Histadruth is a venerable one. Its
activities brought flourishing economic enter-
prise to the Jewish State years before the War
of Liberation. Under the British mandate. His-
tadruth was already developing the basis for
Israel's future financial and industrial struc-
ture.
But as progress is made, the blueprint of the
Jewish State's financial structure may need
change. And it would seem to us that a care-
ful survey should be made by the Government
of Israel to determine Histadruth's influence on
foreign investors. If it is true that American
industrialists are discouraged from entering in-
to private enterprise there by virtue of preva-
lent restrictions, then such changes must be in
order.
Mr. Morgenthau's opinions were expressed
at a moment when the Jewish State's needs
are greatest and when industrial development
can best alleviate its difficulties. We think it
dangerous for foreign aid. in the form of pri-
vate initiative, to be choked off from Israel.
Histadruth may very well have nothing to do
with the situation; the Board of Governors
chairman might have placed the wrong empha-
sis at the Washington conference on current
investment difficulties. Only the most impar-
tial study can tell the full story.
Richard Tneker Coneert
Richard Tucker comes to the Miami Beach
Auditorium for a concert appearance under
the auspices of the Israel Bond organization
here on October 22nd.
The famed Jewish tenor began his musical
career as a cantor, performing the musical
portions of the liturgy in the synagogue. To-
day, he is a Metropolitan Opera star. Mr.
Tucker's rise in his chosen profession, and his
continued success in both the cantonal and
operatic fields, are symbolic of the organization
under whose auspices he will sing here.
Perseverance and change are the chief char-
acteristics of the State of Israel. From the bat-
tlefield on which it solidified its newfound
independence in 1948, it turned to the problems
of upbuilding an ancient land and. it seems
to us. that much has been accomplished by
Israel's pioneers in this regard.
But much still remains to be done, and the
Israel Bond is our proof that we are partici-
pating in the vast venture of creating a new
nation. Let us add our names to the ever-
growing roster of Israel's supporters through
the bond drive. One way is to be present at
Mr. Tucker's.concert on October 22nd. His
repertoire of cantorial and operatic melodies
will emphasize his own perseverance and
change am an artist while reminding us of the
flexibility and progress now being made in
the Jewish State.
Off UHlJS
The "Small** Oft Power
Almost unnoticed in the press has been Is-
rael's election to one of the seven vice presi-
dencies of the United Nations General Assem-
bly. Israel will thus have a seat in the General
Committee of the Assembly which fixes the
agenda of the Assembly and determines the
assignment of agenda items.
It seems to us that this emphasizes the im-
portance of the "small" UN member nations.
We are all too prone to envision the world
organization as a debate center for major
global powers and to minimize the significance
of other governments in the UN design. ,
The function of the United Nations is to main-
tain world peace and harmony, and in this
regard its activities run the gamut of sponsor-
ing such organizations like UNICEF, which
deals with the needs of underprivileged chil-
dren, to UNESCO, which aims at spreading
cultural and scientific information among back-
ward states.
Certainly, the "small" UN members nations
are as important to the purposes and horizons
of the world organization as are the United
States. Russia or Britain. The election of Israel
to one of the seven vice presidencies under-
scores this fact It is to be hoped that other
governments like Israel will in the near future
also be given their fair share of responsibility
in the tremendous tasks of the United Nations.
akea Them Remember
The great Jewish philosopher. Professor Mar
tin Buber. has accepted an award from the
German Booksellers' Federation. For this
reason, he travelled recently to the land from
which he became an exile some twenty years
Many observers have chided Professor
Buber for his acceptance of the award. But
hue to his beloved philosophical methods, he
turned up at the German Booksellers' affair to
deliver a lecture on ethics and morality.
thait^ Bub*r H- ^ ,0rnw countrymen
that no action could atone for the sins com-
mitted at Auschwitz and Treblinka. His talk
ZLZdfiS ?d ,0 P0*1- He is to be com-
mended for turning a celebration in hi, honor
into an object lesson that not even a German
mtellectual could fail to understand U*"nan

Captol Spotlil
By MILTON FRIEDMAN "
, JtwW. TeNpr^hi, A9MK,
WASHINGTON Ambassador
Loy Henderson, in recommenda-
tions from Iran to the State De-
partment that economic aid be
rushed to the new anti-Communist
government of Premier Zahedl, has
pointed out that a portion of Mut-
ual Security funds voted by Con-
gress for Israel might serve Amer-
ican interests better if diverted to
Iran.
Mr. Henderson was the architect
of the anti-Israel plan to scrap par-
tition in 1948. He supported the
Arab League and collaborated in
efforts to keep favorable mention
of Zionist aspirations out of the
Republican Platform.
An estimated $15,000,000 has al-
ready been diverted to Iran from
MSA allocations voted Israel for
the fiscal year of 1954. Matters are
of 1953 anc JfiSasaSM.
*i year oi 1952.
Government offcj
Wmg that neither fa-,1
Arabs should have Z!aj
definite sum. They
the Near Eastern loU] (
*um" subject to
states in the Near Es"
to the latest develops**?
hg security agakut
Iran, they now say km
the trouble spot in mo* j
need of assistance. The ton
pressions about the (wi
the funds do not winddei
expressions of Contrenil
ed the monies fnr ,
stated purposes. -
Administration |gJB
declined to comment on"
further sums may go fci
elsewhere at the exonmJL
further complicated by anti-Israel Nor will they tell whXJi
potentiahues latent in the make-up j divjsjon will be made t
of the Zabedi Government which
has been greeted with so much
pleasure by Mr. Henderson. Pre-
mier Zahedi was interned by the
British during World War n be-
cause be plotted to aid a German
attempt against the Persian oil-
fields and worked closely with the
Nazi high command in the Cau-
casus. An outstanding supporter of
the new Premier, Moslem extrem-
which remains apparent]
sion between the Arjb
Israel
Secretary of Commem
Weeks and big busmen
meanwhile, openly
position to the whole
economic assistance to
tions. A 17 member
named by President
surveying the issue to an
1st Ayatullah Kashani was the only a pr0gram should be
important Iranian leader to de
These developments
anxiously observed by
well as others interested*
ing Communism by
standards.
mand that his country join the
Arab states in fighting Israel. Mr.
Kashani has taken a leading role
in inciting violent anti-Jewish pas-
sions among the Iranian people.
President Eisenhower and Secre-
tary of State Dulles are pleased
with the Zahedi coup because Gen-
eral Zahedi is taking strong action
against Iranian Communists' and
dissident elements. No heed has
been paid to warnings of Fascism
in Iran. US funds are being poured
into the country. Ironically, a por-
tion of this economic support is be-
ing taken at the expense of Israelis
including some who fled from Iran
to Israel to escape men like the
new Iranian leaders. Nor is Iran gov. who is currently <
satisfied. General Zahedi bestnade 1 ain during a Europe* <
Israel Seeks
Friendship Wit
US And Soi
LONDON .JTAl-tadJj]
er" for friendly relations!
Soviet bloc, as well is
United States Meir .Kit*,]
man of Israel's Parkin
eign Affairs Committee, 1
at Manchester this week I
highly-emotional demands for even
more aid.
An inquiry addressed to Harold
Stassen's Foreign- Operations Ad-
ministration revealed that grants
to Iran announced by President
fined Israels foreig*
terms of the world powoi
identification "
trality.
Mr. Argov accused tbtl
States. Britain and Frmtej
Eisenhower on September 5th ing failed to carry od
would be taken from funds Israel
expected to share with the Arab
states. A spojesman for the FOA
said the S25.0O0.000 would ceroc
from the $147,090,000 total pro-
vided in the aew Mutual Security
Act for economic aid to Israel, the
Arab states. Iran and certain Afri-
can territories.
The exact amounts for Israel and
the Arab states were never pub-
licly specified. It had been prom-
ised by the Administration that
they would share what was left
after Iran and the African terri-
tories were given a limited portion.
Israel wfU also be adversely af .,
fected by another grant, made Sep-1 Knesset leader e^P"*""
tember *d. of $*3.400.000 in tech-1 that this developm*
nical assistance *o Iran. An estl-! "make possible talM *.
mated $10,000,000 of this amount touch on both emignuoi
would come from the $147,000,000 ] sian Jews' and on-
total Near Eastern appropriation.
Therefore, these two deductions in
favor of Iran, pins the amount fer
Africa, would leave Israel and the
Arab stetes about $100,000,000 to
share. A breakdown on the basis
of the sum which- would appear to
be left would jjay gjfve Israel ap-
proximately $50jOOO.OOO about
$15jM0,000 lesa than promised and
ticipated uociiuuK -
A defintte sblessent about the burden of abserkrt^,
amount Ir%el could expect was I of thousands d
made by t he House Foreign Af-' pointed out
fairs Committee when it reported problem was-
out the MSA Bill The Committee fact that
will be used to assist Israel to find I "certain lmf
heanes and useful work for its peo-i the job ei<*r
pie and provide for modest capital' been expected.
1950 declaration
borders of Israel. a
other Middle East <
the failure to gaanotKl
borders and in vieiH
ing of the Arab
Israel must ret) nih
ing that Israel is
time for a roauJUelH
on the problems of tkej
Mr. Argov warned C
shall repel any
shall not ive ap^s
land-
In a reference to
diplomatic relations
USSR and Israel this
Hebrew-at present w
Russia." He added.I
woujd so kindle tB
and enthusiasm of w*j*
a movement of R*
Israel. :a.,,
Commenting oa Ufltn
balance of trade., .ffl
. on frwhtfur er
-not so frtfhtfgF1
sidered the costs
of*'
Liberation and the bfr/
development for the purpose of
helping Israel to move toward es-
tablishing a self-sustaining econ-
omy. The content of the program
" ill be the same as it has been for
the (we prcvknw years." Israel re-
ceives $70.30040$ in the fiscal year
Mr. Arsov
ing that onej
Jhe Zionist
vtnee world
Jewish nations^
achieved, th
in building


bAY. OCTOBER 9. 1953
-Jenist)fkrkknr,
r... j'i Auxiliary Library Committee
Mount Sinai Seeks Additional Books
PAGE 5
Library Committee of tHeVflehts'6f"the School of
nil AuxUitryrtef MomftnSiiihNr84iijf;'i -I ;vi'
al will holders' f*f6^W^rt>|,",'M.nBiJVhov saW that
ktal .
book review for replenish-
Patients' Library on Tues-
October 134h, at 1 p.m., .in
(Memorial Room of the hos-
i
sill be o novel type of func-
LccordiDg to Mrs. Joseph Dun-
Vhairmnn of the Library Com-
L. Price of admission will be
published in 1953.
Irving Lehrman, Board
er of the Women's Auxiliary,
eview Carl Sandburg's auto-
Eajihy. Always The Young
ers. Board member Mrs.
Id Turk, and member of the
Committee Mrs. Sam Ber-
n-ill give readings of Sand-
jpoetry.
I library is one of the volun-
ervice.s of the Women's Aux-
Every day, a volunteer li-
kn wheels the book-wagon to
pt.. beds, according to Mrs.
bv. Twice a week, the library
jsn to employees of the hos-
i internees, nurses and stu-
ff! Week Aims At
fing 300 Persons
i placement of some 300 per-
l jobs here who are physical-
kdicapped will be the goal of
er Miami during the area's
Employ the Physically
(rapped Week observance.
. HcArthur. president of the
Chamber of Commerce and
I chairman of the campaign,
lat NEPH committee mem-
re conducting the "most con-
d" drive in' the history of
" to fin the goal.
irdinfj t L. A. Daniel, ex-
secretary, a record 250 per-
^ere placed during last year's
drive.
Pratical
?./ N
the Pa-
tients' Library needs more receht
books, modern poetry arid short
stories and also new books of hu-
mor.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be volunteers who have been' on
the Library Committee since be-
fore the hospital opened. They are
the Mesdames Aaron Kanner, Sam-
uel Mayser, N. Doug Raff, Ben
Rosenthal, Alexander Libow and
Harold Zeeman.
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet is presi-
dent of the Women's Auxiliary.
To Set Up Vt Program
The Veterans Committee of the
Metropolitan Council of B'nai
B'rith Men and Women will meet
to set up a fall and winter pro-
gram at the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital in Coral Gables.
North Dado Meetings Slated
The Sisterhood 'of the North
Dade Jewish Center will meet at
the Center on Monday, October
12th, 8 p.m. According to an an-
nouncement this week, a general
membership meeting is also slated
for Wednesday, October 14th, at 8
p.m.
Sunday Morning Gym Group
The Sunday morning business
and professional men's gymna-
sium group resumes its activity at
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Town Branch, on
October 11th, 10 a.m.
Miami Sisterhood Luncheon
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation Sisterhood will hold
its first luncheon of the season on
Wednesday, October 14th, at 12:30
p.m., it has been announced by
Mrs. Irving Sirkin,.chairman.
| j IWV Poet Install. Officers
Jewish War "veterans of the
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day evening at the North Shore
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| \ was 1M..Bender, iTOfltW^tWO^
i men* State Commander of thj
JWV. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
was principal speaker.
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the Beth David Synagogue auditor-
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Installation of officers for the
I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah
will take place in the Monte Carlo
Hotel on Wednesday:-evening,- Oc-
tober Mth, at 8 p.m. An interest-
ing program has been planned.
To be installed are Lillian Good-
man, president; Evel/ft Brown, Lil-
lian Marx and Jean Brown, vice
presidents: Molly Katz, treasurer;
Mrs. Benjamin Rappaport, corre-
sponding secretary; Rose Lawson,
financial secretary; Marguerite
Marx, parliamentarian; and Mrs.
Herman Pfeffer, recording secre-
tary.
Miss Goodman is honorary presi-
dent of the group, having served
as president from 1947 to 1950.
She is also corresponding secre-
tary of the Zionist Council of
South Florida, recording secretary
of the Greater Miami. St. Louis
Club, Board Member jof Brandeis
University Women's Auxiliary and
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sis-
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Morris Jacobs, 69, for many
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lived at 1243 SW 6th Street.
Funeral services were held in
the Workmen's Circle Lyceum,
1545 SW 3rd Street, Tuesday, with
Gordon Funeral Home in charge of
arrangements.
Mr. Jacobs came to Miami from
West Palm Beach 18 years ago. He
was a retired grocer. He was one
of. the organizers of Branch 692,
Workmen's Circle, and a member
of the Arbeiter Farband, the So-
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was active in the Jewish Federa-
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Besides his wife, Mrs. Sarah
Jacobs, he leaves two sons, Joseph,
of Atlanta, and Alex, of Washing-
tgn; five daughters, Mrs. Evelyn
Weiaer and Mrs. Kitty Layton.
I both of Miami; Mrs. Annie Wacks-
1 man, Washington; Mrs. Henrietta
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Friedlcmd Tp Be
Installed As Vice
Chairman In N.Y.
Samuel Fnetfland, Miami Beach
communal leader, will be installed*
hs vice chairman of the Campaign
Committee of the National Plan-
ning C o mmittee ~
f the Jewish
Theological Sem-
.nary, the Rabbi-
nical Assembly |
_nd the United
i

Friedland
it
Synagogue, at the
Seminary"s Octo-
ber 4th Convoca-
lion, part of the
Jubilee celebra-
tion of its incor
poration marking
ihe opening of
the academic year 19531954.
vas announced here this week by
Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor.
Friedland. a member of the
?<>ard of Overseers of the Semi-;
nary, is founder and chairman of
he Board of Food Fair Stores. Inc.
\ctive in civic and philanthropic
jffairs. Friedland. a fellow of Bran- j
ieis University. Waltham. Massa-
chusetts, is president of the Miami
-Jeach Jewish Center and vice
resident of Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal of Oreater Miami.
The Main address at the convo-
cation will be delivered by Paul ;
G. Hoffman, former administrator ,
f the Economic Cooperation Ad-.
linistration. past president of the !
Ford Foundation and chairman of]
1 he Board of the Studcbaker Cor-
oration.
n American DeposItsSetMUL^
i American Bank of Miami ToU1 deposJts ^
to W5.754.197, an *
Pa
Pan
came up with all-time records in
total resources and deposits on
September* 30th, according to The-
odore A. Davis, Jr., president.
The bank's report in response
to the call of the comptroller
shows total resources of $37,711.-
$8,419,352 over the
ocrta*
Jported a year ago. ^"^M
Loans and discoiUo!
bet *<0th totaled $7,8441*1
crease of $1.627,057' ^jj
971, an increase of $8,07,077 over ,$6^17.109 reported to h.
,.he,i0otal rePOrted n ^Ptember ing on September 5 **
.: ^,
^HOROlTZ-lRGllffl
PORULOO NOODli"
The Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom will hold its annual
dinner dance and installation of officers on Sunday, October
25th, 7 p.m., at the Saxony Hotel. Bill Masur (left) and Eman-
uel Goldstrich are seen checking the growing list gt reserva-
tions and arranging the program of entertainment and danc-
ing.
IT THE IAKEIS OF "OVEN CUSP'' (U H S A IT E D| MUZO
Young Israel Has
Member Meeting
Young Israel Synagogue of Mi-
ami Beach opened its 1953-1954
\ear with a general membership
neeting on Wednesday evening.
Presiding in the absence of Presi-
ien Solomon Lobel was Jacob
Kaufman, vice president.
According to Kaufman, the
{ends for the meeting included
. review of activities and projects
1 Youna Israel Synagogue during
the past year. Albert Broad pre-
pared and submitted a complete
linancial report. Of major interest
(0 the membership was an outline
t the proposed building and ex-
pansion program of Young Israel
-ynagogue for the forthcoming
>ear by David Goldstein, chairman
:f the Building Committee.
A Nominations Committee was
appointed to prepare a slate for
election of officers and directors.
Rabbi Kronish In North
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
flew to New York Sunday to attend
the Executive Board meeting of
the Central Conference of Ameri-
can Rabbis. The CCAR is the na-
tional body of the Liberal Rab-
binate in America. At its national
annual convention last June. Rabbi
Kronish was elected to serve on
the Executive Board.
Israelite Center Men To Elect
The Men's Club of the Israelite
(enter will hold election of offi-
cers at its meeting on Wednesday,
October 14th, 8:30 p.m.
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GMJCC Plans
Parent Education
A program of parent education
for the coming year, involving'the
parents of nursery school children
at the three branches of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, has been announced by Mrs.
Max Gettinger, county nursery
nursery chairman.
A series of Institutes has been
planned for discussions of every
phase of the pre-echool child's
physical, mental and emotional de-
velopment These discussions will
be led by pediatricians, psycho-
analysts, dentists, clergymen, edu-
cators and psychiatrists. New films
from the Mental Health Association
will also be shown. The meetings
will be open to the public as a
community service.
The first meeting at the Beach
Branch Will be held Monday eve-
ning, October 12th, at 1336 Bay
Road. The Town Branch will meet
Tuesday evening, October 13th, at
450 SW 16th Avenue, and the Flag-
ler-Granada Branch on Wednesday,
October 14th, at SO NW 51st Place,
all at 8 p.m.
Theme of the opening get-to-
gether will be: What Is This Nur-
sery School Like? What Can It Do
For My Child. A special film of
center activities will also be
shown. Informal discussions with
teachers and a social hour will fol-
low.
Food Fair Stores
Win Oscar Award
Food Fair Stores, Inc., has won
an Oscar of Industry trophy for
the best annual report in the gro-
cery chain stores industry for the
fourth year.
Chairman of the Board of Food
Fair is Samuel Friedland, of Mi-
ami Beach. Announcement was
made of the award by Financial
World Magazine which conducted
the competition. Some 5.000 an-
nual reports were reviewed.
Louis Stein, president of the
company, will be presented the
Oscar trophy at an annual ban-
quet in the grand ballroom of the
Hotel Statler, New York City, on
October 26th.
Food Fair operates 169 marke
which span the eastern seaboiri
from New York to Florida.
Greenberg Pledges To Keep
Politics Out Of Teaching
Melville N. Greenberg, of 260
SW 64th, Avenue, will be a candi-
date for, .school trustee oi. the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction from District No. 3.
President of the Court Paper
Company, Miami.
ie was a student
>f business ad-
I ninistrati on at
>t. John's Uni-
/ersity. Green-
>erg is a veteran
)f World War II.
laving served for
ive years. Enlist-,
ng as a Private,
years of the war
in Europe as a
Medical Supply Officer and Post
Quartermaster with the rank of
Captain.
Greenberg also served on the
Governing Board at Oxford, Eng-
land, under the auspices of the
Armed Forces Institute.
The candidate pledges to keep
politics out of the selection of
teacher personnel in Dade County,
to encourage teacher promotions
on the basis of ability, professional
qualifications and seniority and
to recommend and encourage the
establishment of a kindergarten in
every elementary school.
Greenberg's supporters also in-
dicated this, week that he hopes to
urge a closer cooperation between
the Dade County Board of Public
Instruction and the University of
Miami teacher training program,
and to cooperate with the groups
working for the betterment of
teaching conditions here.
Harry T. Madison, of Detroit,
Michigan, newly elected na-
tional commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the Unit-
ed States, has pledged "an
intensive effort this year to
achieve enactment on Feder-
al and State levels of civil
rights and anti-discrimination
legislation and revision of
the McCarran-Walter immi-
gration law."
Hebrew Academy Board Meeting
Opening Board of Directors, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
meeting of the Hebrew Academy cipal, and Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky.
for the 1953-54 season took place chairman of the Board of Educa-
Thursday. Presiding was Harry J (ion.
Genet, vice president and chair- Herman Fisenbere newlv ao-
man of the Executive Committee.! Herman wsenoerg, newly ap
The meeting ^rmLM a round Pin,ed executive director of the
up of all committie^rarmen Who Hebrew Academy was officially
presented their reports of accomp- welcomed. He discussed an out-
lishment during the summer
months. Reports submitted by
chairmen were Appeals, Jack Sat-
in; Admissions Board, Daniel M.
Broad; Synagogue Committee, Jos-
eph Gonshor; House and Building
Committee, Morris Cohen and Na-
than Ginsburg; and Education,
line of projected activities and
events for the forthcoming year.
Rabbi Gross reported on all
phases of the educational program,
as well as on new developments,
including recent new additions to
the faculty of both the Hebrew and
English departments.
Routh Discusses UN
Frederick B. Routh, Assistant
Professor of Human Relations at
the University of Miami and imme-
diate past president of the United
Nations Association of Greater Mi-
ami, began a series of lectures to
the West Palm Beach League of
Women Voters last week. On
two consecutive Thursday eve-
nings, October 15th and 22nd,
Routh will discuss the UN and its
specialized agencies and the United
States' Role in the UN.
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Sunday, has been "very satisfac-
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general chairman of a citizens'
committee cooperating with the
Miami Fire Department to stress
the hazards and preventability of
fire.
More than one-third of the 85,000
questionnaires distributed to stu-
dents have already been returned.
The forms asked pupils to be jun-
ior fire wardens and inspect their
own homes. Twenty questions
were asked about wiring, rubbish,
smoking and other hazardous con-
ditions.
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PAGE 8
Dorris Jane's Troth
To Dr. Drexel Told
By David Haasus
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Dorris Jane, to Dr. Gustave L.
Drexel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
Drexel. 1676 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach, is announced by Mr
and Mrs. David Haas. Santa Mon-
ica, California.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the Jewish Hospital School of
Nursing. Cincinnati. Ohio. She at
tended the University of Califor-
Barbara Ann Gross,
Saul Genet Set Date
For November 3rd
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L, Gross.
Forest Hills. Long Island, New
York, announce the engagement of
rheir daughter. Barbara Ann. to
Mr. Saul Genet, son of Mr. and
I Mrs. Harry Genet. 5101 Lakeview
j Drive. Miami Beach.
Miss Gross and Mr. Genet met
| early in September of this year,
while both were vacationing at
! Grossingers in New York.
Miss Gross is a graduate of Stella
Elkins Tyler School of Fine Arts.
Temple University. Mr. Genet is
' a graduate of the University of
, Miami and is a member of the law
firm of Genel & Genet He is a
member of the Florida Bar Asso-
ciation. Dade County Bar Associa-
tion. Miami Beach Bar Association,
the Housing Authority of the City
! of Miami Beach, member and re-
cently an officer of the Exchange
Club of Miami Beach and other
civic and religious organizations
The wedding has been set for
November 3rd. at the Plaza in
New York City
gUkcrs XVecU^l
Miami Caniea HjiJ
Dr. and Mrs David a^1
her were wed in a ^T1
jnoWjgaturday "
hoye of the bride's SL\
**rt*h Rabbi Max Bun^f
fidated at the r.rornonT -.
The bride is th.- for,-,. '
Mae Leeper. daughter TV"!
Mrs. Louis Leeper. 310 SW 51
Court. Dr. Bittker s p^?, **<
Mr. and Mrs. Irving BmtepJ j
ester, New York. *P
Newlywed Mrs Bittker Wfc &.
en marriage by h,r paf,nls JJ
David Brown was her only JS
ant. The brides brother. m
Miss Barbara Ana Crou
Miss Dorris J. Haas
nia at Los Angeles and graduated
from the School of Public Health
Nursing at the University of Ha-
waii.
During World War II. she serv-
ed in the Army Nurse Corps.
Dr. Drexel graduated from the
University of Miami, where he re-
ceived the BS degree. He was
franted the PhD degree from
Northern University. He is now
principal of the Drexel Private
School of Miami Beach.
Dr. Drexel held the Southern
United States chess championship
three times.
LocalJMtssah Groups Open Season
With Whirl Of Social, Member Affairs
Miss Dweres Plans
Wedding October 31
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Shirley, to Mr Stanley Druker
i< announced by Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Dweres. 800 82nd Street.
Miami Beach
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the University of South Carolina.
Mr. Druker. of Montreal, gradu
ated from the Strathcona Academy
there. He is the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Druker.
The couple are planning an Oc-
tober 31st wedding in New York.
Jeanne Gillson Weds
In Informal Setting
In an informal setting at 935
Fairway Drive. Miami Beach. Miss
Jeanne Gillson. daughter of Mrs.
Hilda Gillson. 1016 Biarritz Drive,
i and Port Jervi>. New York, be-
came the bride of Gerald J. Green.
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Greenberg. 2213 Calais Drive, on
September 26th. Judge Kenneth
Oka officiated.
The bride was given in marriage | The Stephen S. '.Vise- Group of
by Dr. Stanley Frehling^ Matron j Hadassah wi"mwt on October
of honor was Mrs. H. V. Green who .. ._ ...*, UMl,. ~.
wore a light blue linen sheath ,2,h l23 P m at ,ne Monte Car"
lo Hotel. Presented will be a skit
entitled. A Date With Hadassah.

Menorah Group
Annual membership tea and in-
stallation of Menorah Group of Ha
dassah will be held at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center on Monday,
October 12th, 1 p.m.
After her installation, Mrs. Dan-
iel Cravitt. new president, will wel-
come members and all prospective
members. Vice pntwdent in charge
of membersWUP Mi* Seymour
Schulner, will award silver pins to
those who have brought in the
greatest number of new members.
Mrs. Sol Weinkle will be honored
as a life member.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Irwin
Weinstein, who will report on Ha-
dassahs relationship to Israel.
Feature of the afternoon is Spe-
cial Edition, a musical comedy
skit directed by Mrs. Joel Meyer,
program chairman. The cast will
be accompanied at the piano by
Mrs. Saul Von Zamft.

Mount Scopus Group
Mrs. Irwin Liss will wield the
gavel for the second term at Mount
Scopus Group of Hadassah during
an installation luncheon to be held
at the San Juan Restaurant. 2436
SW 8th Street, 12:30 p.m.. on Oc
tober 12th
A skit, Jenny Makes Up Her
Mind, directed by Jack M Cohen,
will be presented. Mrs David Ser-
naker is program chairman.

Hanna Senesch Group
Hanna Senesch Group will hold
its first meeting at the Sagamore
Hotel on October 12th. 115 p.m.
The new president, Mrs. William
Feuer. will preside.
Hadassah's program to aid HMO.
the medical project in Israel, and
Youth Aliyah. child rescue and
rehabilitation, will be presented to
members.
A Sukkah Playlet will be ren-
dered by the Hanna Senesch The-
atrical Troupe.
OfaW /. vrooa
Pfcato by Arrtmor*
j dress with orchid corsage. Mr. H
I V. Green, brother of the groom,
was best man
The bride selected a sapphire
blue silk taffeta ballerina-length
dress and carried a Bible covered
with white orchids.
A catered reception followed the
ceremony for family and friends.
The couple are motoring through
Florida and upon their return will
make their home at 1016 Biarritz
Drive.
Louis Pokress and his bride
from New York, the former
Blanche Morganstern, were
married in the Roney Plaza
Hotel on October 2nd. with
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiat-
ing. Mr. Pokress is a Miami
Beach realtor. Upon their re-
turn from a honeymoon in
Cuba, the couple will live at
4900 Lakeview Drive.
Hoscnstein, Solomon
Betrothal Revealed
Mr and Mrs Samuel Rosen-
stein, of 687 SW 19th Road. Miami,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Teri, to Marvin Solo-
mon, son of Mrs. Esther Solomon.
780 NW 42nd Avenue, and the
late Benjamin Solomon.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Technical High School and
Charron-Williams. Mr. Solomon,
formerly of Pittsburgh, Pennsyl-
vania, graduated from Westing
house High School and served in
the Army He is now attending
Charron-Williams.
The couple has not yet announc
ed a date for their wedding.
Shalom* Group
Details of the November bazaar
to be staged by Shaloma. Herzl
and Stephen S. Wise Groups of
Hadassah will be discussed at the
regular meeting of the Shaloma
Group on October 12th, 1 p m. in
the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium.
Mrs Samuel Lepow is bazaar chair-
man for the Shaloma Group.
Funds raised are earmarked for
of Education Chairman Mrs. Philip
the medical and child welfare pro-
jects maintained by Hadassah in
Israel.
Members will be invited to at-
tend discussion group meetings to
be conducted under the leadership |
Geller. First meeting is scheduled
for October 26th.

Deborah Group
Deborah Group of Hadassah this
week invited members to This Is
Hadassah, produced and directed
by Mary Wynn, on Monday, Octob-
er 12Ui, 1 p.m., at the Sherry
Frontenac Hotel.

Hard Group
Herzl Group. of Hadassah wtlf
hold its annual membership tea'
for members and prospective new
members in the home of Mrs. Sam-
uel Oritt, 810 Lakeview Drive, on|
Monday, October 12th, at 1 p.m.'
Mrs. J. H. Witt, membership
chairman, Mrs.. Aaron Newman,'
co-chairman, and Mrs. Barney
Weinkle, life membership chair-
man, are in charge of arrange-
ments. Mrs. Sidney Ross is in
charge of the program, Mrs. Louis
Adler will assist.
H.nri.Ma Siold Group '
The Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah resumed its weekly card
parties on Thursday afternoons at
the Algiers Hotel.

Israeli Group
Officers and Board members of
the Israeli Group of Hadassah will
be hostesses at an installation
luncheon in Temple Beth Sholom
on Monday. October 12th, 12:30
p.m.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, past
president of the Miami Beach
Group of Hadassah. will be install-
ing officer Chairman for the af-
ternoon is Mrs Irving Westin.
Officers to be installed are the
Mesdames Harry M. Kaplan, presi-
dent; Ben Hammerman, David
Koch and Irwin Stein, vice presi-
dents; Louis Shapiro, financial sec-
retary; Nan Bernstein, recording
secretary; Ira Krivitzen. corre-
sponding secretary; and David Jos-
eph, treasurer.
I
i
Mrs. Dtvid A. Billku
Leeper, was bc-t man. A rectM
tion in the garden followed tarj
marriage vows.
The bride is a resident of CMtfl
land, Ohio, having just graduated]
from Cleveland's Mount Sinai Hit]
pital School of Nursing.
tended Cleveland College fo:j
years.
Dr. Bittker came to Clevelaifl
from Rochester t<> work as a n>5
search chemist at the Lewis I
Propulsion Laboratories. He,
deived his undergraduate dej
ifrom Cornell University
PhD degree from the UnKifc$|
of Rochester.
Lieberman Mai*
Mitzvah
Michael Lieberman. son o.
and Mrs. J. Lieberman, will berif!
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday'
October 10th. P 30 am.
Zamora Jewish Center Rabbi M*tj
M. Landman will officiate,/ff^
Cantor David Bag'-ey ana ieffa
Rudolph K. Brill assisting? WT
Bar Matsvah will be honored duN
ing Friday evening service* I
night
/inner Bar Mitzvah -
Friday evening services at the
Zamora Jewish Center will be
dedicated to Howard Zinner. son
of Mr and Mrs. S. Zinner. whose
Bar Mitzvah at the Center will
take place on, Saturday morning.
October 10th. 080 am Rabbi
Max M. Landman will officiate,
with Cantor David Bagley and Rev-
erend Rudolf E. Brill o(fidatlng
Aaron Kann* jj*
Mr*. .
dent of the Gteam
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Section of the NationalW^
cU of Jewish Won*^JP
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Council
klected president of the
lh Young Adult Council
i B'rith Youth Organiza-
li.-s Barbara Greetjaij?i it
{need by Mrs. A. Frank
hairman of the Greater
a: B'rith Youth Commit-
Jeene is from New York
Bias been a resident of
I three years. A member
Chapter BBYO, she is
student at the Univer-
kmi, where she is study-
Sr decorating.
iGlantz. of Sharet BBYO,
W vice president. Miss
formerly vice presi-
fctrict No. 5. B'nai B'rith
kn and Women. Secre-
er Is Dorothy Balber,
nber of the Star BBYO.
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Jack Packar, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Packar. 4600
Prairie A.T e n u e Miami
Beach, wiH become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday, October
10th, at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will of-
ficiate. Jack is a seventh
grade student at Nautilus
Junior High School.
Kron en go Id s Leave
On European Tour
Mr. and Mrs. George Kronen-
gold, of the George Kronengold
Travel Service, Miami and New
York, left on Thursday for Europe
and plan to visit Spain, Italy,
France and Israel.
Kronengold will complete ar-
rangements for his special 1954
European and Holy Land tour pro-
gram.
. They will also attend the Con-
vention of the American Society
of Travel Agents in Rome. Mr.
Kronengold is a member of the
Board and national membership
chairman.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs. Many Smith an-
nounce the birth of their daughter,
Ellen Leigh, last week. The new
arrival joins her sister, Francine,
and brother, Allen. Mrs Smith is
the former Frances Cohen.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Efraim Gale and
children, Diane and Michael, have
moved into their new home at
1526 Ancona Avenue, Coral Gab-
les. Mr. Gale is executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler are
at home at 1233 10th Street, Mi-
ami Beach, after spending the sum-
mer in Hendersonville, North Caro-
lina.
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At home at 561 NE 68th Street,
ilamf,- after siwnding the summer
i Avon Like, OMo; is Mrfc Sim-
el GuVss.
Cr -Cr ft
Pansy Flaum is on a tour of Mex-
ico. She was last heard from in
San Jose, a Mexican mountain spa.
ft -Cr -Cr
I Joe Lankay will be welcomed
home from Korea during Friday
evening services of the North
Dade Jewish Center.
ft ft ft
Mrs. Saul Herman is recuperat-
ing at home following surgery at
Mount Sinai Hospital last week.
Mr. Herman is dining room man-
ager at the Shelborne Hotel.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, o*
318 21st Street, have returned
home after an extended vacation
spent in Hendersonville, North
Carolina, and Flushing, Long Is-
land, where Mrs. Hoffman visited
her sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Goldstein.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tokaycr
have moved into their new home
at 6160 SW 16th Terrace. Mrs.
Tokayer is active in B'nai B'rith
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Rabbi and Mrs. Harry Ettinger,
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold late services Friday at 8:30
p.m., with Rabbi Max M. Land-
man officiating and assisted by
Cantor David Bagley and Rever-
end Rudolf E. Brill. The Rabbi
will speak on: The Personalities
Of Noah. The service will be dedi-
cated to Michael Lieberman and
Howard Zinner. Bar Mitzvah sons
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lieberman and
Mr. and Mrs. S. Zinner. The par-
ents will sponsor the Oneg Shab-
bat and Kiddush following. Sab-
bath Rosh Chodesh services will
be held Saturday af 9 a.m., when
the Bar Mitzvoth of Michael Lieb-
erman and Howard Zinner will
take place. Subject of the Rabbi's
sermon will be: Hills To Clynb.
The Study Group will meet at 6
p.m. Their subject will be: The
Life Of Rabbi Akkiba. Mincha is
scheduled for 6:30 p.m., with Maar-
iv at 6:45 p.m.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Dr. Shmary-
ahu T. Swirsky will officiate and
discuss: Facing A New World. A
class in Talmud is scheduled for
4:15 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:15
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Junior Congregation services are
at 10 a.m., and conducted by Sid-
ney Indfiin and Reverend George
Goldberg.
*
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at 6 (
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Cantor Maurice Mamches will
officiate. During the service, the
Rabbi will interpret the Weekly
Portion of the Law Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Frida>
evening services at 5:45 p.m. Sat-
urday mornina services are at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic:
Leader In Our Generation. Cantor
Berele Kelemer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy. A
class in MLshna is scheduled" for
4:45 p.m.. followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold late Fri
day evening services at 8:30 p.m.,;
with Rabbi Louis Cassel officiating:
and preaching on the subject: The i
Pause That Refreshes. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow. Saturday'
morning services are at 9 a.m.,'
with Mincha scheduled for 6 p.m. I

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 5:45 p.m., with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman and Cantor -Philip
H. Brummer officiating. Saturday
morning services will be at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Daily services are
in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:45
p.m. A late service is scheduled
for 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton
Malavsky officiating and preaching
on the topic: Happiness In Life.
The Oneg Shabbat following will
be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Fidelman. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m., when
Rabbi Malavsky will preach on the
Weekly Portion of the Law.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will
officiate and preach on the topic:
Welcome, Dr. Glueck. Cantor Jac-
ob Bornstein will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will bold Friday evening service!
at 8fW p.m., with Rabbi Harry
Ettinger officiating and discussing:
The Flood And Our Children,

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kron
ish officiating and preaching on
the topic: A Blessing For Colum-
bus. Saturday morning services
will be at 10:45 a.m., at which
time Jack Packar, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Packar, will become
Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services, are at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassei and Can-
tor Abraham Self will officiate.
Daily services are at 8 a.m. and
5:30 p.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating and initiating
the first in a series of sermon lec-
tures on: The Liberal View In
American Jewish Liife. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow the blessing
of the New Moon. Saturday morn-
ing services pre at 9 a.m.. followed
by the Torah reading at 10:45 a.m.
Cantor Irving Robinson will chant
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Kiddush will follow under the
sponsorship of Mrs. Sam Barish.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 6 p.m.. with Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man officiating. Saturday morn-
ing services will be at 9 a.m.. with
Kiddush following. Mincha is
scheduled for 6 p.m., followed by
Maariv.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services*1
at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will officiate
and dhjeasn Will There Be Peace.
Cantor Aaron Weingarten will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy. Junior congregation serv-
ices are scheduled for the David
Whitman Hall under the direction
of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush
will follow under the auspices of
the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Abraham
Bergman as hostess. Mincha will
be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will dis-
cuss the Weekly Potttoti.
i -:
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 5:45 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m..
with Rabbi Isaac H. Ever officiat-
ing and discussing: Praise And
Blame. Kiddush will follow, with
Charles Hadad as host. Mincha
will be at 5 p.m., with Maariv con-
cluding the Sabbath observance.
Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and
5:45 p.m.

TEMPLE SINAI will hold late
Friday evening services at 8:30
p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro will of-
ficiate and consecrate children of
the Religious School. Subject of
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
Miami Beach I'..il.M Irrlnr Lebrman,
Conservative. 1701 Waiih. Ave., M.Ii.
Miami Hebrew School-Kafcbl Hlmon
April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 11th Ave..
Miami.
Monticello Park Rabbi norla Back-
ovaky, Conservative, l4th Btraet
ami NK 11th Avenue. North Miami
Heach.
North Dade Conservative, 1SS30 W.
Dixie) Highway. North Miami.
way. North Miami.
Nerth ShoreRabbi Mayer Abramo-
wlta. Conservative. *Z0 7Sth St.,
Miml Boach
Tempi* larvalDr. Joseph Narot, Re-
form. 1ST NK l*th SL, Miami.
Temle S.i. The Jewish Community
Center of HoHywood, Rnbbl David
Shapiro. Conservative, SOSO Tolk 8t.,
Hollywood.
Tiferoth Israel RaDbl Louis Cassel,
:.*K> N. Miami Ave., Miami.
Wast MiamiRabbi Alfred Waxman,
Conservative. 170 SW 17th St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox. 4*01 Chase
Avo.. Miami Reach
Zamora Rabbi Max M. Landmin,
Conservative. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Oablaa.
AfMSaoji foot Rabbi Isaac Ever. Or-
thodox. 52a" Tilth St.. Miami Boaeft.
Both Dev.d Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Conservative. SSIi SW M Avo..
Beh*j?lDr. flhmirf yehu SwtraVJ-, Or-
Mfetolv ,ao. f)W inth Avkv'iMlaml.
Beta JacobRabbi -Mosea Mescheloff,
Orthodox, 101-311 Wash'. Ave.. MR.
Both SholomRabbi Leon Kronlsh,
Liberal, 4144 Chase Ave.. M.B.
Both TfflahRabM Joseph Rackov-
sky. Orthodox. Ml Euclid Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Coral GablesRabbi Morris Skop. IJb-
eral. M0 Palermo Ave.. C Qablea
Downtown Synagogue Rnbbl Aryah
Keeker, Orthodox, 135 NW 3rd Ave.,
Miami.
Flagler.GranadaReverend Leo Helm.
Cmiiwrvatlve, 50 NW 51st Place,
Miami.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
dross, Orthodox. $11 6th St.. M.B.
Hialeah. Miami Springs Rnbbl Harry
Kttlnaer. CoBaarvatlVS, |S1 K. 4th
Ave Hialaah.
Israelite Center Rabbi Morton
M.ilavxky. Conservative, S19S 8W
21th Tor., Miami.
Kneseth Israel liabhl Abraham Cas-
sel. Orthodox, 1415 Euclid Avo.,
Miami l<-.<-h
44 Candidates Vie
For Trusteeships
Forty-four candidates qualified
by deadline time last Monday for
the November 3rd school trustee
and millage election. Observers
said here that the number is prob-
ably an all-time high for any Dade
County race.
The slate of candidates approxi-
mates an average of 14 contenders
for each trustee Job. District No.
3 listed 12 persons qualified. Dis-
trict No. 1, with 10 candidate*,
ran second. Others are District
No. 5, with eight candidates, and
District No. 2 and 4, with seven
each.
Among those seeking posts are:
John G. Kennedy, H. Ladd Mc
Linden and Oscar J. Gagon, Jr.,
District No. 1; William E. Cole,
Paul E. Butler and Dr. Lester N.
Gordon, District No. 2; James M.
Crawford, Fane H. Westberry,
Ernest C. Allen and Louis B. Bush,
District No. 3.
Ralph A. Fossey and Charles F.
Harvey, District No. 4; Henry L.
Balaban. Jules P. Channing and
Alexander Rubin, District No. 5.
his srninn is scheduled as: In The
Beginning. Cantor Joseph W. Mal-
ek will chant the liturgy, assisted
by the Temple Choir under the
direction of Reverend Mordechai
Haalman. The Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing will be under the sponsor-
ship of Mr. and Mrs. Max Eichner,
in honor of their son. Dr. Arthur
Eichner. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m.. with Junior serv-
ices slated for 10 a.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER wiH bold Friday evening serv-
ices, if >b.U> p.m. Thf tfcieg Shab-
bat following will be sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. William Groman in
honor of their wedding anniver-
sary.

MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m.. with R^ibi
Boris Rackovsky officiating. Sub-
ject of his discourse is scheduled
as: Water, Water Everywhere.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m., when the Rabbi will discuss
the Weekly Portion.
see
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Mincha will
be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Annual Sunday School Seminar,
Beach Jewish Center October w
Annual seminar of Sundnv srhnnl rwtnr \f ik. *%_j\
Annual seminar of Sunday school
teachers, sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Education and the Jew-
ish schools of Greater Miami, will
be initiated this Sunday -at a
luncheon to be held at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, at 12:30 p.m.
The luncheon will feature a for-
um discussion on: Changing Con-
ceptions Of Sunday School Organ-
ization In Greater Miami. Fornm
speakers will include Sydney J.
Greenberg. educational director of
Temple Beth Sholom; Jerome Gor-
don, educational director of the
Beth David Congregation; Philip
Chaiton, educational director of the
North Shore Jewish Center; and
Jack Bornstein, educational direc-
tor at Temple Israel.
Louis SchWartzman, executive di-
Miami Boach Officials
Attend Mayors' Confab
MONTREAL Miami Beach at-
tendants at the International May-
ors' Convention, held here Septem-
ber 20th through 27th, included
Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro,
Vice Mayor Harold Spaet and
Councilman Burnett Roth. Also at-
tending was Miss Ruth Brotman,
president of the Miami Beaeh Mu-
sic and Arts League.
The officials were subsequent in-
vited guests of the Montreal Is-
raeli Counsel to attend the cock-
tail reception in honor of Michael
Comay, new Israel Minister to
Canada. The reception took place
at the RiU Carlton Hotel here.
Degree Team Initiates
A degree team from Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, left for Palm
Beach Tuesday to initiate mem-
bers of the new B'nai B'rith lodge
there. On the team were Sanford
Swerdlin, Robert Lewison, Joseph
Rayvis, William Pallot and Milton
A. Friedman.
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moderator. Rabbi fcjTi
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Jewish Youth. ^
The luncheon will be
by five Monday sessions mil
shops as an in-training J
for all Sunday school teach
Greater Miami. Subjects
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Prophets, Teaching Later fa.
and Teaching Jewish a^'
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with audio visual aids, te,
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tival units.
The faculty will conn-;,
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Kron ish, Temple Beth
selected demonstration
from Beth David Cong..
Temple Israel, and Conl'
Jewish Center; and Schwa
The session of Noveu
will be highlighted by the i
of Dr. Azriel Eisenberg,
director of the Jewish
Committee of New York Cil
ish educator and writer.
enberg will discuss: T
Post-Bible Literature In
ish school.
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iLOBAL SHORTS
itain Asked To Prevent
-rtwals Of Israel-Arab War
EoNPON (JTA>-Clement R. At
former Prime Minister of
huin and head of the Ubor
rtv presented to the party con-
gee at Margate this week a
Jolution urging the "exertion of
am'.' influence to prevent any
hhi! o hostilities or a rearma-
rts race between Israel and the
hVstates.- The resolution, pre-
fcied on behalf of the executive
the party- also called for a peace
ttiement between the Arab states
Id brae! on which a structure of
Instructive cooperation could be
lilt.__________
istrian Counter-Proposals
_j Claims Stall Settlement
fvTENNA (JTA)No early settle-
lent of the claims presented by
brld Jewish organizations to the
kitfrians was foreseen here this
lek following presentation of
Lnter-proposals by members of
It- Austrian Cabinet to Moses
Kckaiman. European director of
L Joint Distribution Committee,
to heads the group of Jewish ex-
Srts engaged in reparations talks
Lh the Austrian!. The Austrian
kternment's counter-proposals of-
r the Jewish organizations a re-
ared lump sum for heirless Jew-
i property.
American Mizrachi To Hold
Convention In Atlantic City
NEW YORK (JTA) The Miz-
rachi Organization of America has
announced it will hold its 33rd an-
nual national convention* Novem-
ber 4th through 8th in Atlantic
City. More than 800 delegates from
all parts of the United States, rep-
resenting 70,000 members in 300
chapters, will attend the five-day
conclave at the Breakers Hotel. In
announcing the convention, Rabbi
M o r d e cai Kirshblum, national
president, declared that a major
goal Would be that of presenting to
the delegates a comprehensive
analysis "of the Unabated difficul-
ties" which the State of Israel faces
at present, .jjjafi hu~iM
1 hristmati FUes
To Run In City
Commission Race
Randall N. "Randy" Christmas.
Miami attorney, this week announc-
ed his candidacy for the Miami
city commission.
Active in the Junior Chamber of
Commerce, Christmas is state di
rector, member of the Board of
Directors and former first vice
president of the organization.
A Miamian since 1926, he grad-
uated from Little River Junior
High, Miami Edison a6d the Uni-
versity of Miami. At the Univer-
sity of Miami, he received degrees
in Business Administration and
Law.
Christmas entered the Naval Re-
serve in 1940 as a seaman, second
class, and came out of World War
; II as a first ljeuteijant in the Ma-
rimi f'AMi,< t w;._..t._____i_ _
1 A *!**_-* A'* ,
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Emigration From
Greater Than Immigration
WASHINGTON (JTA) Emigra-
tion from Israel now exceeds im-
migration entering the country,-}
David Horowitz, Governor of the
Central Bank of Israel, told dele-
gates at the closing session of the
National Economic Conference for
Israel. The way to check this trend,
Mr. Horowitz said, was to improve
economic conditions through sup-
port of the State of Israel Bond Is-
sue. The last sessions of the con-
ference were devoted to the in-
auguration of the final phase of the
first Israel Bond Drive.
! rine Corps.*.-* bfeJrelease in Jan
WWw4%&vWfhfficoi_J9cJ#dMl 44
Mornbe*. "Mks1IMs"onot>iu. rW
Kandall N. Christmas
He has been secretary of the
Junior Bar Association and vice
president and director of the
Young Democrats of Dade County.
He is also a member of the Amer-
ican Legion, WOW, Dade County
Bar Association, Florida Bar As-
sociation and the Methodist
Church.
When he filed for the city com-
mission, Christmas said that he
was an independent candidate for
Jarold Goldenberg Denies He
rifficized Morgenthau's Talk
INEW YORK (JTA) Harold J.
loldenberg. one of the speakers at
le National Economic Conference
Ir Israel in Washington, issued a
|atement denying that in his
ch he took issue with Henry
lorgenthau over the latter's re-
mark on the Histadrut. "I was
blled upon to report on general
vestment activities in the coun-
fy,"' Mr. Goldenberg said. "In the
^iurse of my address, I referred
i the work being done by Hista-
Irut organizations."
the position, "not connected with
any other candfitfeW3'A either an-
nounced <>r pn1c4ttof!'"
He is cuvreiitly 'fnfeaT?ed in the
practice of laW'tn the Pan Amer-
ican Bank Building.
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Roosevelt Chapter Dance
M*ftie*;fcW*Hor Roosevelt Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a
membership dance at the Nautilus
Hotel on Sunday evening, October
18th, 9 p.m. Mrs. Marshall Chern
is in charge of the affair.
Announce New
Art Courses Here
Artists Anonymous announces
the forming of new art-hobby
courses for the 1953-54 season. Art-
hobby sessions began October 1st
at Soned Art Studios, 208 Biscayne
Street, Miami Beach.
Offered are hobby courses in
drawing, painting, sculpture and
crafts on beginners and advanced
levels. The crafts group will in-
clude projects in metal, leather
and wood.
A Saturday morning childrens'
group will again function. ASun-
day group combining beginners
and advanced students offers out-
door sketching and painting trips.
A Workshop Course in commercial
art as formerly taught by Soned
at the University of Miami will be
offered if warranted by demand.
Groups will meet from Tuesday
through Thursday weekly, 7:30 -
10:30 p.m. The childrens' class will
leave the studio at 10 a.m. on Sat-
urdays.
All Hobby Courses will be con-
ducted under the personal guid-
ance of Warren Soned. muralist,
artist and former instructor of art
at the University of Miami. Son-
ed's work is featured in the new
edition of Who's Who In American
Art.
ATLANTIC T V
Ex-Nazi Sentenced To
Nine Months In Jail
FRANKFORT (JTA)A German
court at Marburg imposed a nine-
month prison sentence upon Karl
Zacharias, 48-year-old former
storm trooper at Gladenbach, for
having been the ringleader in num-
erous outrages inflicted upon Jew-
ish residents in the early years of
the Nazi regime. For having car-
ried on the work of the League of
Young Germans, a prohibited neo-
Nazi and anti-Semitic organization,
11 Germans were sentenced in
West Berlin to terms ranging from
nine months in prison to fines.
srael Army On Maneuvers;
oreign Militarists Present
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Israel
Irmy carried out Fall maneuvers
iris week with live ammunition
nd high explosives being used in
he first large-scale combined op-
stions war games carried out by
Jewish State's Army of De-
mise. In one operation named for
son. Biblical giant hero of the
lews, which was carried out in the
lills around Jerusalem near the
lirthplace of Samson, Israeli Spit-
Ire and Mosquito bombers used
apalm and high explosive bombs
1 "soften up" the "enemy."
r Accepts Honor Given
N By German Federation
I PRANKFl RT < JTA) -r Professor
r'artin Buber, world renowned
Nhor, has accepted the 1953
mm Prize of the German Book-
piers Federation" of West Ger-
P"y al a Public ceremony at t.
fwl Church here, a secularized
Fanonal shrine. The Minister-Presi-
P>t of Hesse. Dr. A. Zinn, and Dr.
rneodor Dehler, Hesse Minister of
[Mice, attended the ceremony. In
S^eeh "f atc*Ptance, Professor
TOrnaki that those Germans who
*a murdered millions of his fel-
Cardtnal Spellman Donates
To $1,500,000 Jewish Clinic
NEW YORK (JTA)The Charles
H. Silver Clinic of Beth Israel Hos-
pital here was dedicated in a cere-
mony attended by over 1,000 per-
sons yesterday. The $1,500,000 six-
story structure was named in hon-
or of Charles Silver, president of
the hospital and well known phil-
anthropist.'James J. Lynch, execu-
tive director of the New York
Catholic Charities, brought greet-
ings from Cardinal Spellman and a
$10,000 check from the Cardinal
and the Alfred E. Smith Founda-
tion.
1954
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United Israel Appeal Reports
Lag In Contributions
NEW YORK (JTA) Expendi-
ewish philosopher, teacher and. twes of United Israel Appeal agen-
LiT*l.n- i ___ r.._^ iL.i. '----* t-nVioKilitu-
W'tevs had removed themselves^ t *using projects," Mr. Sonne-
** humanity.to the "sphere of born said.
nonsjrous inhumanity." "Who am
C?* *<* HeMme to 'for-
r>h Je added.
wmaiiy Promulgates Law
stelnMrt ^ victl""
"WN HTM-The West German
*Ti ln*kmnification of in-
?J .victims of Nazism,adopted
ariianunt eight weeks ago.
SDftv Kn______. .
"w been promulgated through
ion of the text in the Offi-
|^wette. Although the law en-
effect on October 1st,
' implementation regula-
w administrative directive has
ttn issued.
Cies for their immigrant rehabilita-
tion and resettlement program are
almost one-thirAor about $22,-
000,000 behind the budgetary
needs for the first eight months of
this year, Rudolf G. Sonneborn,
UIA national chairman, said here
this week. "This lag has been one
of the primary causes in the slow-
ing down of immigrant resettle-
ment, in the protein:poor diet for
newcomers and in the curtailment
Israel Named Vice President
In United Nations Activity
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Is-
rael was elected, .recently as one
of the seven vice presidents of the
United Nations General Assembly,
the first time since Israel's- admis-
sion to the United Nations that it
has been elected to a post in the
plenary Assembly. Israel will thus
have a seat in the General Com-
mittee of the Assembly which fixes
the agenda of the Assembly and de-
termines the assignment of agenda
items to the seven committees of
the Assembly.
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9. 1953
Epsiton Phi
_jn* Convention,
Mapped *t 8Pecial meetln* thl
Lk were final plans for the 42nd
nnual convention of Tau Epsilon
M Fraternity, with Miami Beach
L Councilman Burnett Roth act-
L as general chairman.
ISidney S. Suntag, national ex-
tutive secretary of the fraternity,
guest speaker at the meeting
edUlcd at' Bath's office here.
University of Miami under-
rate chapter, Tau XI, will be
I jhe groups playing host to
convent^. Greater Miami's
jmni cluV-is making the prep-
itions.
v
Mechlowita Is Hostess
?'Miami Beach Center PTA
Herman Mechlowitz w
qh to the Room Mothers of
Miami Beach Jewish Center
nt-Tcachers' Association at a
fa her home, 4545 Adams Ave-
on Tuesday.
FAssisting the hostess were Mrs.
fcnry Waitzkin and Mrs. Henry
Jtoian. Mrs. Benjamin N.
vene, president of the PTA, gave
welcoming message.
*Jsfd3tfkd0aij
PAGE 13
rber Chapter Will Hear
jch Pediatrician
jLorbcr Chapter, National Home
Jewish Children at Denver, will
Did it.- monthly discussion group
etins on Wednesday evening,
ctober 14th. 8:30 p.m., at the
pmc of Mrs; Herbert Wilensky,
SW 5th Street, Miami.
18peaker will be Dr. Leo Gross-
ban, Miami Beacb pediatrician. He
(ill discuss: Behavior Problems
Children. Chairman of the af-
ir is Mrs. Martin Wasserman.
I'nai B'rith Women Bowl
The Miami Chapter of B'nai
}'rith Women bowl Monday nights
the Brunswick Alleys, according
-an announcement this week by
intte Coulton.
LEGAL NOTICE
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No. 0M44-4I;,..?
IK: ESTATE OF'
'l.Vt.K JONES. Deceased
I0TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
jXOTIil-: is hereby given that I have
Ued in) final it'iiui't and petition for
final l>is.'liarge a Ancillary Admin-
|ir.,:n, f ,hl. eatate of I.YI.K
JINKS, deceased; and tHht on the
Ith day of November, 1SS1, will ap-
(y to the Honorable County Judge*
Dad.- I'ounty, Florida, for approval
said final report and for final dla-
Mite -is Ancillary Administrator of
M *UI, f 1.YI.E JONES, deceased.
[ThU 6th -lay of October. 19SS.
t.'._ '"' t"RTON ROTHENBERG
lOKToN KnTHKNBERG
p. I.lncin ltad. Miami Beach. Fla.
Ihclltary Administrator
l/1-n-a-io
Hill>ITB,li Hoim At IJofF
GAINESVttEThe B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation will dedicate its
new, $70,00 "Jjome at the Univer
sity of Florida campus here on
Sunday afternoon, October 11th.
Heading the list'of dignitaries
who are expected to attend the
affair will be Rabbi Arthur Lely-
veld, national head of the Hillel
Foundation. Also participating on
the program will be Ed Cutler,
state president ot B'nai 'B'rith
lodges.
Among Miami dignitaries at-
tending wfTI be Sidney Aronqvjtz,
president of.lhe Hillel Advisory
Council and .fin} vice president of
the State Federation pf B'nai B'rith
Lodges; MiKon Fffedman, national
B'nai B'rith Youth Camrnissioner;
Steinmin/vice president of
B'nai B'rit"
Florida; and Di
director of the
on the Univ
pus.
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Plans Mud** To
Mark I llav
Plans for the observance of UN
Day and UN Week were announced
at a Board meeting last week of
the United Nations Association of
Greater Miami, the local chapter
of the American Association for
the United Nations.
United Nations Week opens Oc-
tober 18th and concludes with the
observance of the international
holiday, United Nations Day, on
October 24th. Purpose of UN
Week is to concentrate attention
upon the major problems confront-
ing the UN which will be in ses-
sion then, to serve as a period of
rededication to the principles of
the United Nations and to encour-
age the US: Government to give
leadership to the UN.
United Nations Week will also
provide the educational back-
ground for the observance of UN
Day, according to J. Deets, presi-f
dent.
Mrs. L. J. McCaffery is program
service chairman. John B. Olm-
sted is Speakers Bureau chairman.
and Mrs. Manus Berman, execu-
tive fcliaiHnari,'^B in cWfee of
posters, flag sets and general in-
formation.
BBYO College Slated
For Weekend Here
A BBYO College will be spon-
sored by the B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization on Saturday and Sun-
day, October 10th and 11th, it was
announced this week by George
Lefcoe, president of the BBYO
Council consisting of 18 youth
chapters of the Junior Order of
B'nai B'rith.
Purpose of the two-day session
will be to give local B'nai B'rith
youth an opportunity to become
better acquainted with their or-
ganisation and to discuss in small
groups aspects of leadership and
programming.
Chairman for the conclave is
Susan Lamm, president of the
Belle Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls.
The weekend will commence Satur-
day evening with a splash party
at the Blaks.tQM Hotel on Miami
BVach'nSrt)reS*fast will be held
>8h.Way<>*ittWm#''->lf. rtfi osjeach.
*rfemh tftf fhl*rr*tt" Mramr'iFew-
teh Community Center, and the
opening seminars will begin at
10:30 a.m., with a session on lead-
ership.
- A panel discussion entitled,
What Is The Responsibility of B'Hal
B'rith To BBYO And What Is The
Responsibility Of BBYO To B'nai
B'rith, will take place in the early
afternoon. Both the adult and
youth leadership will share in the
discussion.
Afternoon sessions will be con-
cerned with programming and will
emphasize the seven-fold activity
of BBYO with respect to commu-
nity service, cultural, religious, so-
cial, athletic, interfaith and B'nai
B'rith cooperation. The weekend
will close with a prom at the Na-
tional Hotel on Sunday evening for
which the theme will be: BBYO
Goes Israeli.
Jewish Museum Opens For Season At
Center; Ancient Art Objects Shown
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The Jewish Museum of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, the only per-
manent branch of the museum con-
ducted by the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America in New York
City, entered its fourth season by
officially opening a winter sched-
ule of guided tours last Sunday,
announced Samuel Fried land.
president of the Center.
Visitors to the Jewish Museum
find ranged about the wall in dis-
play cases beautiful ceremonial art
objects, old prints, ancient manu-
scripts, books from the earliest
stages of printing and rarities sel-
dom seen in large city museums.
An old silver lamp, which for
centuries hung over an altar in a
Hungarian1 ^nagegne, was re-
claimed iron>ithe rNazis and hangs
now in the Muafiujni of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. One display
case contains ceremonial objects of
rare beauty tted on the eve of the
Sabbath, including candlesticks,
pitchers, layers, engraved Kiddush
cups of many sizes and a silver
plate with its symbolic bunch of
grapes and plaited golden loaves
of bread.
Visitors will also find one case
of silver containers made of deli-
cate filigree work used in the tra-
ditional Havdalah ceremony which
ends the Sabbath day.
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M6stHhighiy prized objects in
the collection are the books includ-
ing a first edition of the Penta-
teuch printed in Bologna in 1482.
There is an ancient Torah scroll
meticulously written by hand and
Torah pointers set with rare
stones.
The Chanukah Menorahs range
front Peruvian to Polish and from
the 18th to the 20th centuries. One.
made by a homesick soldier out of
a large gun case and polished to
the color of brass, is a high point
of interest, as are the marriage
contract made in 1635 in Verona.
Italy, a 14th century bit of stained
glass and ancient circumcision sets.
At its inception, the Center
Parent-Teacher Association adop-
ted the museum as one of its out-
standing projects. Mrs. Silvio Ser-
moneta, curator of the museum,
conducts tours for visitors each
Sunday morning from 10 a.m. until
noon, and throughout the season
arranges tours by appointment for
various school and club groups.
The first group to visit the museum
this year was the Sunday School
class of the Miami Beach Commu-
nity Church. The tour was con-
ducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Saul Rabin, educational director of
the Center Religious School, and
Mrs. Sermoneta.
EVERYBODY. EVERYWHERE
[MANISCHEWITZ
AMERICAN MATZ0S
Great Books Group
Announces Meeting
At Bayfront Library
. The Great Books Foundation, in
cooperation with the Miami Public
Memorial Library. Bayfront Park,
has announced the formation of a
Great Books discussion group. The
first meeting will be held on Mon-
day, October 12th, from 7:30 to
9 p.m.
The Great Books discussion pro
gram is designed to make the
benefits of a liberal education
available to all adults, according
to Frances Downing, field repre-
sentative here. A group of 20 to
30 adults will meet around a table
every other week in the evening
to discuss the Issues raised in one
of the Great Books they have read
in advance. '
In the first year of 18 readings
are works1 by Plato, Aristotle,
Machiavelli, Shakespeare and oth-
ers, concerned With such funda-
mental problems as God, justice,
happiness, the nature of man, and
government.
The only requirements for join-
ing a group are willingness to
read, to express opinions and listen
to new ideas, Mrs. Downing said.
Dromedary Mixes
Prove Short-Cut
To Expert Baking
The woman who used to do all
in-, the
hen-ojaft^kiw.-vs
news again, and ev"~
women wrffSl^e?
turning out fine kosher cakes
with expert skill these days, thanks
to the ease and quick convenience
of Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes
made with the choicest of kosher
ingredients by pioneers in the
cake mix field
With the full assortment of
Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes on
hand in the kitchen pantry, it's
the simplest thing in the world to
prepare literally hundreds of de-
lightful kosher cake and cookie re-
cipes at a moment's notice and in
just a matter "of minutes.
High, light and luscious white
cake, gingerbread, devil's food
cake or yellow cake, rich, fragrant
fruit cake, tempting cupcakes and
corn or date muffins take no more
than four minutes from package
to pan. And the results surpass
anything tasted when made with
Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes
the only mixes on- the national
market today that carry the Kosh-
er "U" endorsement" of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America.
In addition to the above basic
recipes, provided* in easy-to-follow
fashion on the Dromedary package,
there are countless other ways to
prepare these fine mixes with
equally fine results. Some of the
more unusual of these Dromedary
Kosher recipes, many of them par-
ticularly suited to party and holi-
day serving, may be obtained by
writing to Dromedary, 180 Broad-
way, Room 1212, New York, New
York.
An ancient Seder plate used in the traditional Passover ob-
servance and on display in the Jewish Museum of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center is admired by Mrs. Silvio Sermoneta
(left), curator of the museum, and Mrs. Benjamin B. Greene,
president of the Center's Parent-Teacher Association. The
Jewish Museum, the only permanent branch of the museum
conducted by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in
New York City, is a PTA project. _______ 5
Sisterhoods To Attend
Seminar In November
Representatives of six sister-
hood; affiliated with the South-
east Branch of the National Wom-
en's League of the United Syna-
gogue of America met last week
at the Miami Beach Jewish Center
to make plans for the coming semi-
nar to be held in Miami Beach on
November 16th and 17th.
Branch President Mrs. Henry
Wernick, of Tampa, presided at
the meeting and sisterhoods repre-
sented were from Beth David Syn-
agogue, Zamora Jewish Center, Is-
raelite Center, Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, North Shore Jewish
Center and Temple Sinai of Hol-
lywood.
The November seminar will con-
sist of workshops on Leadership
Training, Membership, Judaism in
1 the Home and Youth Activities.
KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS 8 AM. TILL NOON
SPRINGERS BROILERS _______.............. 45c lb.
HEMS ~......................- 45c lb.
CAP0NETTES..................... 49c lb.
PULLETS ...... 55c lb.
PIUS Iff M* CMCKEfr MHt KILLING
Sunny Acres Poultry & Fish Market
3215 GRAND AVE.. COCONUT GROVE
PH. 4-2021
New Jewish Chorus To Metf
Monday At Beach GMKC s
A new Jewish chorus, under the
direction of Ben Yomen and Mar-
garet Yomen, will meet on Monday
evening, October 12th, &30 p.m.,
at the Beach Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
1536 Bay Road.
Some 50 persons are expected
to attend the first rehearsal of the
new musical organization, accord-
ing to the Yomens. Invited to at-
tend are those interested in choral
singing and folk music.
Popkin Attends Zionist
Youth Meeting Here
Herman Popkin, director of the
Southern Region of the Zionist
Youth Commission, attended a
meeting of the Greater Miami Zi-
onist Youth Commission Thursday
at the home of Mrs. Bertram Mil-
ler, 54S3 North Bay Road.
On Sunday, Popkin will meet
with members of the Florida Zion-
ist Youth Commission at the Al-
giers Hotelv according to Joe Par-
do, president of the local group.
Open Israel Bond Drive
TORONTO The Jewish com-
munity here this week opened its
campaign for the sale of State of
Israel Bends with subscriptions to-
talling $1,464,000. the largest
amount for Jewish purposes ever
obtained in this community at any
single function.
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Talianoff, Baffin To Attend Annual.
Regional Meeting Of Southern AM.
Ceorge J IHMML AM*IV6k- T^>wt. and! Wdfcw
mat ion League eftMnu* .< th* wthtH-rdhr X
tnct No 5. bSCm W- ^ chair- *r t*ar-apriw*o
mb t' the Florida ADt Rbecw- acOr* m M
liw Committee, aad GJbtrt 1 ">!'*
Batkm. FVn* AIM. dMreeatr wm P*j *"
he in Atlanta Georgia, thcs wve*
n$ra*m
ad attending the sath mmuS *Wfc v"" ^
meeting oi the Southern M*Nma>. "*-*** **=> f*^ *dy t
AOL Board M heal there *- uahdMi* **wm
I^ "A -----------"
"T A^s^.yiyf.e* r Lee Enters Mkhtii
mag to v*s* Dajtani Beach -brfe
* ? ^^^'^r^^^^J*,***' Commissioa toce
Lodge. B"nai BYtth. on Tw**da> .
October ISA Also Mmav the _** ** ",d^!*^
Southern AOL Board meet-.ag m* <*? -"**"w<^
fee Frank C KlewfeKL af Ss FV k l*"****!
ersbarg. Florida State AOL chaax- '
D /- k Con*t>r PTA I Solomon Unveiling
oeacnuenrern The deAU:M 6 reakf aSt SlCI+eS to the memory of the late Florence
u _. D-^-.., B. Solomon, iorraerly of 1301 Len-
VaneO rrOgram M Avenue, Miami Beach, will take
taken for! place Sunday. October 11th. 3 p.m.,
sebed ; m the Jewish Section of Wood-
-- Aso-U* Park "Cemetery, with Rabbi
* the ^tT'c,*rA^!Mx shapiro Shouting. Mrs. Sol-
al the Miami Beach Jewish, g^ u SUrvived by her husband.
oa WtJBtiiiiy morning. Or i Frank B., and a sob. Berel: also
lh. iiiidmf o Mrs. Hen a daughter. Mrs. Arlene Goodman.
of San Antonio, Texas. Arrange-
ment* are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
r<
for PTA
prospective members
wt feature a
for an ex
accord-
ag w Mrs. Samael Lane, program, Grossman Unveiling
Featured speaker at the meeting
will be Hear. E. Schuttx. Nn
York attorney aad aatioaal chair-
maa of the AaU-Defamatioa i
League of B'nai BTuk PretMhag
at the Board sessions will be WaVf
ham P. Bloom, of Tuscaloos*. V*
kamnaa af the Souther*
AOL Board.
af the iwertmg wsl h*
the primatatwa of a citatMa a
Fraak Carson, of Atlanta, for has
at a nanoait AOL eaav
far the past
Ih i i > of the wmnir af
Service
a- he made duriag
Last year's reap*
Horace
the Tabor CXy.
Obitaar.es
wo S SOKOCIK
as* ww>awi v> naaai v^..
>. IM. A -:=^rJ owr tt af
^rUac par in St LaNia. ktj
:* Huu IV*,'a H.i vv^r, ^...
So iaag -* ka wiJik Mr. rWrv
J* 1 !v km, Xarv x*4 IXw.
aB 4( WW1 Ami s<-^, *>
au at im ima-i hhiibi c
m -
Featured will be a talk
IrvtBg LehrmaB and mu-
setectioBs by Cantor Philip
Rjbin. educational director
af the Center Relagious School, will
gme a report *<*n new devices .now
k eaaaknad Jh aahool to facili-
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Saul Gross-
man, formerly of 419 Espanola
Drive. Miami Beach, which was
postponed on October 4th due to
inclement weather, will take plage
Sondaj. OctobeK. Hth. 2 p.m., in
Mt BBsti Bftmoyial r*ark Cemetery".
itata teaching. Mrs. BeJSataSTSL?*fl
April official
h ta--ee
M^r. cai
was. r*s\ c vASLOw
i* Uue> im v.-. Banal
Oc. 1m. 9Wnia>B an* rxr ..
iw' rr^av* F*r^ .u. w efts,
*." < i*,~ iw *--n X Tr
i?fca*t
wiaiil :taawi.
years stnw oa. the
Ptianiag award.
The 4>rrarsaht dnaggast aad
realtor, aha caaar a> Maaau aa UfM
froat has rhMhfisa1 hnaar at TlSa-
to the pi aw lag
aad served as its
far the year i aihig July.
an
Le is named to the faramr
Paula Wirth aad they hare a rww
yaarahi niaghnr. Ltada. Their
hoaae is at 35*> BV 9tk Court.
He is a member of Central Bap-
tist Church
The hwaBMwamaB has been active
us emc aad fiilnaal groups. He
a weaker af kxaL state and
airwBiil Boards af Realtors. He
is a 33ad degree Mason aad be-
longs to Scottish Rite and Shrine
He is a Tmhir of Acacia Club.
WoedBwa. Odd Fellows. Air Force
AssaoatMB aad Harvey Seeds
Post. Aaaencaa LegMa.
A graduat* of Ftooda Military
Acadeaty. Lee also attended
George Washiagtaa I'-arversjty and
the iBiversaty af Miami la World
War 0. he served at the Combat
P*" Corps and aba a the
Amy Medaral Oepartmeal
Lee reportedly waa laTnial recog-
a ttrtifkaat in
the
> aacsahar af the "lawman Sanety
' Greewe. president, wdl give an-ae-1 tag- GroasaaaB is survived by
hi wife. Rase, a son. Bernard, and
two daughters. Mrs. Janet Miller.
Our fteoders Oef}
Www Cofador
All Hebrew tD^ ^..
Por24Year3.m,l08\JM
Hit and B^r MiUnhhJJ
A Glance!

of the plans, made by the
PTA for the coming year.
Heading the groups planning the'. of Miami Beach, and Shirley Sleip
atair are co^hatrnun. Mrs. Erwin, in. of New Ynrk. Arrangements
Kance hostesses. Mrs. Lewis M. f in charga of Palmer's Miami
KSeon. decoratwas. Mrs. Morris Monument Company. Friends and
Medaf and Mrs. Herbert Cohen; relatives are asked to attend.
ratirmg. Mrs. Harold Hirshfield; -------------------------~~
aad Wtephoee Mrs. Herman Mecb- Hannah Senesch GfOUp
tow*, and Mrs. Beary Hillman Fun The Hannah Senesch Group of
Hadassah will hold a dessert card
far City CaaagUlM OrrVe [party at the Algiers Hotel oat!
Lome BandeL Miami attorney Thursday. October 15th. 1 p.m..
who is once agnia a candidate'for| Mrs. Rose Coen. chairman, said;
the csty rnmaaianna, has appoint- that Mrs. Henry J. Nelson is in!
ed three managers to direct his, charge of reservations. j
r ampiign m the forthcomiag elee- Hostesses will be the Mesdames
kv> Jennie Appleruth, Abe Singer.1
Named as Bandel's ^-pip Maurice Schwartaman. Julius Selig-
managers were Kenneth Gow. a: biab and Max May. Proceeds will
medical supply salesman. Art Cash- j be used for Hadassah supplies
on. insurance agent, and Louis Israel.
Mitchell, retired businessman.
The former esty commissioner
aad ex-municipal judge met with
his pahrymakmg committee this
week and will
farm later
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PAGE 15
Sal wotice
l
LEGAL NOTICE
fop APPLICATION
BTAX DEED
lV&n tha, BEN
El,.- of City of Hlaleah
7rtlfirate Numbered 71.
(day of June. A.D.1951,
(Certificate In my office.
Idr application Tor tax
\ thereon In accordance
Cm Certificate embrace"
[described proi>erty, sltu-
fCounty, Morlda. to-wlt:
lock S7 Fifth Addition
[h. Hat Book 7. Page
[city of Hlaleah, Coun-
Lriv SUte of Florida.
EmeM of aald property
nertifiote laaued wa in
Unknown. Unless aald
hall be redeemed accord-
K deed will laaue thereon
Iday of November, A.D.
17th day of October. A.D.
; |T LEATHERMAN.'
jerk of Circuit Ceurt.
so> County, Florida'
, X. 8. STERRETT,
Deputy Clerk
11/6
JNDER FICTITIOUS
(AME LAW____.
j HKUKHY GIVEN that
fed, desiring to engage in
er the flctltloua. name of
> at 1527 W. Flagler St..
to register aald name
Irk of the Circuit Court
intv. Florida.
L'fiKNK I HCHMALE
IYMOND REDDY
CAHS
Applicant*
tier St
IVNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
pi-,], desiring to engage In
er the fictitious name of
BJCOLN. at 525 Lincoln
i Heui-h, intenda to regls-
wltti the Clerk of the
! of Hade County. Florida.
.1 AX S 1IAKERT
A Florida Corporation
It NELSON
int
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1SM12-J
ELAINE RABER, Plaintiff.
VS.
RICHARD RABER, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: RICHARD RAKER
38 Ft. Washington Avenue
New York. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
Has been filed against you and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your Answer to said Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney and file
the original Answer In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before October 19, 1953; otherwise, the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be. taken as confessed against
you.
Dated this lath day of September,
1953.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: R. H. RICE. JR..
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
GEORGE 1. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
4M IJneoln Haul. Miami Beach. Fla
yit-ii 10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LaWI'I'i
-V: i>i i' ii
(UNDER FICTITIOUS
tlAME LAW
|S HEREBY CIVEN that
d desiring to engage In
Br ili,' fictitious name of
fTK CREAM CO.. at 2301
Miami Intends to
name with the Clerk of
[ Com t "f i >iuie County,
WES EN EL INC.
A Florida Corporation
1! NELSON
Applies**,
SUNDER FICTITl6uS
[NAME LAW
Is iikkkcy ciVEN that
Mm mi i"i- ici engage In
ket t. fictitious name of
% at :: i.!noiM|u> , Florida. inteis|flP|sM:-
nc with Hi.' Clerk of the
I or Dade ("ounty, Florida.
A R TIES, INC.
Owner of mo*
KLEIN, LEHKMAN,
FKIN t, KLINE
A & 1! Ties, Inc.
Dad, Miami Beach, FlA.
b/2-9
NOTICE IS HEKBItY,
the undersigned, desiring
buslm-aa under the fictitious rlaMlS-'of
PAINT PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTOR*,
at 1119 S.W. First Street, Miami. In-
tend to register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LOUIS SILVERMAN
SAM SILVERMAN
PETE SILVERMAN
ALBERT BLBICH
Owners
9/25 10,'2-9-lS
LEGAL NOTICE
IT? Jtl\.S,RCU,T coURT OF THE
^EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*9111
ABRAHAM ALTMAN, Plaintiff
vs.
MAE ALTMAN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOL ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
!*rve a copy of your nawer to the
bill of complaint for divorce filed
herein on plaintiff's attorney, RICH-
5 K,!"K',iEK "NK. 412 Congress
BIdg.. Miami, Florida, and to file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the above Court on or before the 9th
day of November. 1953. or a default
will be entered against you.
DATED this 2nd day of October,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade Countv, Florida
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
10/9-1J-2J-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE BEST EMPLOYMENT SERV-
ICE, at 1159 N.W. Third Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, Intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ALICE HESS, Sole Owner
IRVING H. PROPPER
Attorney for Alice Hess, Owner
10/9-16-23-30
NOTTCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
baseness under the fictitious name of
ROS WOODCKAFTKR8. at 1119
Northeast 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida,
Intends to register aaid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit. Court of Dade
County, Florida.^ v^-
ilrii.l ") jporlANfJBX aOM/.ol
lOBOF >
" ;-iiijui *'i iuuiuuuviiv ssv/SJ
IIV Cowgrass Building
9/ar, To/2.9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ARMORY SDNOCO SERVICE STA-
TION, at 2797 N.W. 7th Avenue. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY ALTMAN
ALEX WEINSTOCK
CHARLES J. BODNER
Attorney for Harry Altman
and Alex Welnstock
10/9-16-23-30_____________________________
NOTICE UNOIR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VARSITY LOUNOE, BAR. PACKAGE
STORE, at 93 N.W. 1st St.. Miami,
Fla., Intenda to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
CIVIC BAR INC.
A Florida Corporation
10/9-16-23-30_____________
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKUKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACMiKMY I !l'SIN ESS BROKERS, lit
soil Professional Building, Miami. Fla..
lands to register atkl name- itli the
eft of theClrcult Court of Dade
jumty, FIu#Mb
i 'HAFlf.ES JL'LTrS- (Swle-Owner)
9/25 10/2-9-16
[UNDER FICTITIOUS
ME STATUTE
| notice of tii.ii-
under the
of
BtVIEW FARMS
JM Bom Miami Beau h,
1 Id and Int,.ml to
me with the
dr. ull Coutl of Dade
|l CHARI>:s ZK.VIKI.
ATIIUIIAM ZEMEL
1 ANN IK ZEMEL
JOSEPH ZEMEL
lUNOER FICTITIOUS
&ME STATUTE
Weil five notice of their
J_ '""'"ess under the
|nie of
.EN:iNEERINa OF
IIAMI, LTD.
f. 53rd Street. Hlaleah.
TV ..','(la- nd Intend to
I fictitious name with the
? Circuit Court of Dade
iV"ol"'r 52.
BERNARD DIENER
|. j- ROWLAND
pMRL D'ENER
jBoad, Miami Beach. Fla.
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fcLH15R??T <"VKN that
in...i .desiring to engage in
(it, ('.?t'"ou n,un of
l- ,T KltY <"<">MPANY
let.iios N.Wi 27th Avf
m intendi to register said
"'t A,,li,.anl
HiiiMIng
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HECTOR'S BAR A GRILL, at 721
N.E. 1st Ave.. Miami, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
pat roooi
KE88LER CARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flagler St.
: l'.', l" .'--ll______________________
Statement re<|ulred by the Art of
August L'4. IMS, as Amended by the
Acts of March :t, 1933, and July -',
1946 (Title 39. I'nlted States t:ode.
Section 233) showing the ownership.
management, and circulation of THK
JEWISH FLORIDIAN. published
weekly at Miami Florida, for Oct. 5th.
I9S3.
The names and addresses of the
publisher and editor are: Editor-
PublisherFred K. Shochet. P. O.
Box 2973. Miami Is, Fla.
The owner Is: The Jewish Floridlan,
Not Inc., Ethel Shochet, l-*ed K.
Shochet, P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18,
Fla. ,
The average number of copies of
each issue of this publication sold or
distributed, through the malls or
otherwise, to pjld nubacrlbers during
the 12 months v-.'r *u>' tne date
shown above was: j:S5.
FRED K. SHOCHET,
Editor-Publisher
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 5th day of October, 1963.
SELMA M. THOMPSON
(My commission expires September
. 15>
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
The undersigned give notice of their
Intention to do business under the
fictitious name of ...,,
HENDERSON RANCH
at 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Dade County, Florida, and Intend to
register said fictitious name with the
Clerk .if Jit* Circuit Court ot^ Dade
(County, Florid
1O/9-16-2S-30
da. October f, l->3.
CHARLES JSEMEL
ABRAHAM 7.E.MKI-
I tNNIB ZEMKI.
JOSEPH /.E.MEL
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HALEY'S BAR. at 1104 8.W. 8th St.,
Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK D. HALEY
MARTHA tV HALEY
KE8SLER dt OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1782 West Flagler St.
10/2-9-11-23
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
.: DISSOLUTION
IN THE MAME'AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
'toiTS SHALL COMIC, WREETINGS:
tfri*i,.ls to_ certltrrithabahlhereas.
sta
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTV JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COONTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31128B
In Re: ESTATE OF no
ROSE SINGER, Deceased
To Aircredltors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ROSE SINGER, deceased
late of Washington, District of Colum-
bia, to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same
In their offices in the County Court-
house In Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will be barred.
Date September 27, A.D. 1953.
THELMA SILVERMAN,
As Ancillary Executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of
ROSE SINGER, Deceased.
GEORGE CHERTKOF >
Attorney for Executrix
10/2^1-16-23
Sydney G.,
Eugene W. Drody, Msnmi, _
did on the 2nd day of. July, A.D. 1*51,
cause to be Incorporated under the
provisions of Chapter 10091. Laws of
Florida, Acts of 1926, GENERAL EX-
PORT COMPANY. INCORPORATED.
* corporation, with Its' principal place
of., busitiMM *at.,jCofal OsMes, Dade
CoiHity/Tn the OTfT ofTOrTda. and
whereas the stockholders of said cor-
iH.rutlon did on the 2ith day of Sep-
tember, A.D. 1952, cause to be filed
In the office of the Secretary of State
of the State of Florida, a consent of
all the stockholders under the pro-
visions of said Chapter 10098, Laws of
Florida. Acts of 1925, requesting the
dissolution of said corporation, there-
fore the Secretary of State Is satisfied
that said corporation has complied
with the requirements of law.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the twenty-eighth day of
September, A.D. 1953.
R. A. GRAY.
Secretary of State.
(SEAL)
10/9/33
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AKLENE OP MIAMI, at Miami, Flor-
ida; Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
SAML'EL SOMMERS
A UeMtwMKpHo-
congSsf JrMT *
inv-n&ty < "_______
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. No. 2S49
BETTY HARRIS, Plaintiff,
Vs.
SAML'BL A. LEWIS. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: SAMUEL A. LEWIS
c/o Gert N. Wexler
3230 Pasadena, Detroit, Michigan
YOU ARR HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Common Law action has been
filed against you In the Small Claims
Court In and for Dade County, Flor-
ida by BETTY HARRIS and you are
required to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or pleadings to the Complaint
upon the Plaintiff's attorney. Oeorge
J. Tallanoff. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or pleadings In the office of
the Clerk of the Small Claims Court,
Miami, Florida, or appear to defend
the action, on or before the 2nd day
of November, 1953, at 9:00 a.m.; said
date being the date of trial in the
above entitled cause: otherwise, Judg-
ment by default win be taken against
ybu for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
Darted this 28th day *- September.
1953.
Clerk of Small Claims Court
' B. W. GREESON. Deputy
(Seal)
QEDROE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla,
19/2-9-H-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hf:rf:by GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VENECUB. at Dade County, Fla., In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JUAN RIOS MONTENEGRO
9/18-25 10/2-9___________________
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
M & M H I A W
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOTHAL, at P. O. Box 801, Miami
Beach 39, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
PETER SOBEL
8ELWYN LEVENTHAL
9/18-25 10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEUEBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of,
TOWN HOUSE, at ISO 20th Street.
Miami Beach. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
II A. R. Inc.
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
IMJ Lincoln Rd.
9/25 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Ui
business under the fictitious name of
l'EGiiY'S ORIGINALS', at 211 5th
St., Miami Reach, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PFX1GY SOLOMON (Sole Owner)
10/9-16-23-30_____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DIXON'8 GROVE RADIO SERVICE,
at 3488 Main Highway. Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ^^
M. D1XON
10/2-9-K-23 _________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKUKHY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOINELL ORIGINAL at 5 S.W. 2nd
Avenue, Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
GAKY HI'' MIAMI, INC.
Sole Owner
STANLEY RICHARD
Attorney for Applicant
60.1 Lincoln Road
a/25 10/2-9-ia
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, N. 1SMSS
WII.LUAM VAN MANEN. Jr.
Plaintiff,
ELIZABETH VAN MANEN.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ELIZABETH VAN MANEN,
106 Eleventh Avenue,
Hawthorne. New Jersey
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed asi'lnst you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorneys, MTER8.
Ill'IMAN & KAPI.AN. 6..0 Seybold
Building, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
n or before the 19th day of O"
1U.-.3 If vou fail to do so. Judgment
hv default will be taken against roll
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint. .... ,
This notice shall be published once
,sli week f>r four consecutlY* weeks
In THK JEWISH FLORIDlJK.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Honda, this Sth day of September,
A.D. 1963. [( I-|.:AT,n.:,.MAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
re County. Florida.
M. C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
150 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
9/18-25 10/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY,
FLA. No. 162473-D
BF:TTY KILMER. Plaintiff
vs.
LARRY KILMER. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. Pvt. Larry Kilmer, 1193832.
July Repl. Draft ,M.C-A.S., S.S. Air
I" M K Pac, F:i Toro, Santa Ana. Cali-
fornia are required to file your ans-
wer to the BUI of Complaint for di-
vorce with the clerk of the abeve
rt Bad .aerVe a copy thereof upon
man Cohe/I.. AAUMHMV. 1*05 CnnT
i BIdg., Miami, Florida oii.wr be-
Oetuber '20, 79511 or else coiViplalnt
be taken as confessed.
Dated September 13. 1933.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By V. B. MbcLARF:N,
Deputy Clerk
(Sett)
/I-2S 10/2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 90676
In Re: ESTATE OF
EUGENE FINE, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of yor, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of EUGENE FINE, deceased
late of Hamilton County. Ohio, to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
fices In the County Courthouse hi
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date Septteinber 18. A.D. 1953.
JEAN FINE,
As Ancillary- F:xecutrlx of the
iJtst Will and Testament of
EL'GENF: KINK, Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Ancillary Executrix
9>r> 10/2-9-16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31053A
In Re: 'ESTATE OF"
CHARLES WASSER, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
S'.il.l Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of CHARJ.E8 WASSER. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demsnds to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date September 25, A.D. 1952.
NETTIE H. WASSER and
STANLEY H. WASSER
As Executors of the Last Will
and Testament of
CHARLES WASSER.
Deceased.
LEONARD J. KALISH
Attorney for Executors
10/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF2BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALPINE CIGAHETTK SERVICE
COMPANT, at 3154 S.W. 23rd St.,
.Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Hlorlda.
MI'RHAY TOISTF:R
9,'lt-25 1
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI SHELL FACTORY, at 10548
Miami. Intuid to
register aald name -with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GLORIA ROMERO MOLINA
F'RED T. WALSH
9/18-25 10/2-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BONDED MORTGAGE COMPANY, at
207-9 Pan American Bank Building,
Miami. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, F'lorlda.
WILLIAM H. GRONKR
ALEX YOl'NGERMAN
NoRMA MINSKY
MYERS. HEIMAN and KAPLAN
Attorneys for Owners
650 Seybold Building
9/25 10/2-9-16__________
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51156
Notice Is hereby given that NA-
THANIEL W. SIEGEL holder of City
of Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate Num-
bered 301, dated the 4th day of June,
A.D. 1951. has filed said Certificate
In my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to Issue thereon In
accordance with law. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property, situated in Dade County,
Florida, to-wlt: ,
Lot IS, Block 53, Studio Addi-
tion to Hlaleah. Plat Book 9.
Page 5, In the City of Hlaleah,
County of Dade, State of Flor-
id*.
The assessment of said property
Under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of UNKNOWN. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 28th day of October, A.D. 193.
Dated this 8th day of September.
A.D. 1953. e b LEATHERMAN,
A Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By N. C. Sterrett,
Circuit Court Seal Deputy Cleric
9/25 10/2-9-16-23
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Week Aims At fing 300 Persons i placement of some 300 perl jobs here who are physicalkdicapped will be the goal of er Miami during the area's Employ the Physically (rapped Week observance. HcArthur. president of the Chamber of Commerce and I chairman of the campaign, lat NEPH committee memre conducting the "most cond" drive in' the history of to fin the goal. irdinfj t L. A. Daniel, ex%  secretary, a record 250 per^ere placed during last year's drive. Pratical ?./ N the Patients' Library needs more receht books, modern poetry arid short stories and also new books of humor. Hostesses for the afternoon will be volunteers who have been' on the Library Committee since before the hospital opened. They are the Mesdames Aaron Kanner, Samuel Mayser, N. Doug Raff, Ben Rosenthal, Alexander Libow and Harold Zeeman. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet is president of the Women's Auxiliary. To Set Up Vt Program The Veterans Committee of the Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith Men and Women will meet to set up a fall and winter program at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Coral Gables. North Dado Meetings Slated The Sisterhood 'of the North Dade Jewish Center will meet at the Center on Monday, October 12th, 8 p.m. According to an announcement this week, a general membership meeting is also slated for Wednesday, October 14th, at 8 p.m. Sunday Morning Gym Group The Sunday morning business and professional men's gymnasium group resumes its activity at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch, on October 11th, 10 a.m. Miami Sisterhood Luncheon The Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sisterhood will hold its first luncheon of the season on Wednesday, October 14th, at 12:30 p.m., it has been announced by Mrs. Irving Sirkin,.chairman. | j IWV Poet Install. 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To be installed are Lillian Goodman, president; Evel/ft Brown, Lillian Marx and Jean Brown, vice presidents: Molly Katz, treasurer; Mrs. Benjamin Rappaport, corresponding secretary; Rose Lawson, financial secretary; Marguerite Marx, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Herman Pfeffer, recording secretary. Miss Goodman is honorary president of the group, having served as president from 1947 to 1950. She is also corresponding secretary of the Zionist Council of South Florida, recording secretary of the Greater Miami. St. Louis Club, Board Member jof Brandeis University Women's Auxiliary and Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood, former vice president of the Florida Region of Hadassah, member of North Shore B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter and past matron of St. Louis Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. welt you CAN! JOIN OUR VACATION CLUB NOW Start iaving now for that daydream holiday, tut away a certain amount each %  week. Then, when you're ready, just scoop up your money and go.... 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JAY, OCTOBER 9, 1953 *JewistFlaridFiann %  PAGE 3 craeli Consular Representatives To fttend Tucker Concert October 22nd 1 rgrc£Cj)t§liv£s,i>. .iftnoi First discussion group this year will hear Dr. Florence Wechsberg.. '. psychologist, on the subject: F< male versus Feminine, Or Doe^ The Biological Woman Imply A Feminine One. The meeting will be held in the Delano Hotel on October 15th, at 1 p.m. In charge of information iMrs. Sam Berlin, chairman. DiHc^isai^iiti^^fcWhcCiinin^^rUWidfrd'^freftir 1 concert October 22nd inthe'Nfiahil Be<^Aucatwixiifr v u^br4e' auspices of State of Israel Borida are (left to ri^t.y'MrW, r Lduis Glasser, Greater Miami chairman; Saul Ashkenazy, ^ho recently returned from Israel; and Mrs. Manuel Burstein, Hadassah chairman for Bonds. Miami Chapter Of Children's Hospital To Meet Tuesday First meeting of the season of the Miami Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Hospital, will be held in Melvin Cohen Hall, 42nd Avenue and West. Flagler Street, on Tuesday, October 13th, at 1 p.m. According to Miss Ethel Cohen, program chairman, purpose of the Games Party At Empress The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its weekly menorah game at theEmpress Hotel on Wednesday, October 14th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs is in charge. meeting will be to outline the Miami Chapter's schedule of activities during the coming months. Bob Ruben stein, of Interior Design, will speak on interior decoration. %  • Sugflrine !$# NOW |P Th. T %  Pertret 1 %  SUGAR Ij 1 rUvor 1 Yon Can Drlnb All The Iced Tea Voe Want WITHOUT Galnlnr A SlnjU Ounce. • JJOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGARINE FOR DIABETICS, OVERWEIGHTS 1 AND LOW CALORIE DUSTS Par* • Harnriet. Economical Guaranteed Non-Fattening CM It on the Uble—ue It for cookinf 4-Oz. Size Bottle..Only 75c AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE ied) Golden Agers Slate Musical Afternoon A special program of entertainment will be featured at the meeting of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Sunday, October 11th, 2:30 p.m. Featured in the program will be Misses Peggy Mendenhall and Stephanee Lee who will present various dance selections. Miss Pamela While will present popular songs. The program is being provided by Masque and Wig Productions which is directed by Miss May belle Smith. The Golden Age Friendship group will also resume tttfflr regular Thursday evening gefctogethers. Chairman for the program is Miss Minnie Rubenstein.ti tempting beans as ever... FREE... Thi* Steam Iron Preto automatic vapor steam iron for a new $2500 account or an addition of $2500 f. your proiont account. Other gifti for now accounts from $500 up V/t art celebrating our 20th Annivtrtary BEACH MIAMI FEDERAL fir 6 N.tWMMaUM favlap ft 71st St. ft Noraan AM. [ BEANS HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS ALSO AVAILABLE NOW! fhe big economy fomily itxe con of/ point Kosher Baktd Baons. A^Jor.U.'. ,tf t ,# The new label, of course, has the (Q) seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX" JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.



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C:',B Combining THE JEWISH TJNITY andTHE JEWISH WEEKLY /CLUME 27—Number 41 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1953 PRICE: TEN CENTS Igypl, Syria Unite in Squeeze Play on Israel By The Jewish Takgraphic Agency NEW YORK—The Arab Slates this week attempted a oliiical squeeze play on Israel and threatened military lion to prevent "aggression" by the beleaguered Israelis. a two pronged politico-strategic offensive against the Jewish State, Syria and Egypt concerted their attack* kd mustered support in Washington, London and the Irited Nations. % [ In one phase of the diplomatic onslaught, Syria proested that the Huleh drainage project jeopardized the bitter supply of a large Syrian area and persuaded UN ruce chief Major General Vagn Bennike to ask Israel cease work on the drainage canal until the issue could -lurtied. When Israel rejected General Benrrike's re De3. the United States Department of State and the fetish Foreign Office interceded to put pressure on iracl to force .compliance. j The second prong of the attack came from Egypt which %  urged that Israeli troops have occupied an area near El laja in violation of. the armistice. In Washington, the Egyptian Embassy disclosed that Egypt will seek action ry the I nited Nations Security Council against Israel's %  aggression" on El Auja village. Dr. Ahmed Hussein, Ambassador of Egypt, made a call at the State Department to protest what he sajd was Israel "aggression" in "occupying" the village of El Auja in the demilitarized zone. He demanded that the United States take immediate action "to force IssfteL to, withdraw its troops from.the area." Egypt, said,Dr*,^^ sein, "takes a very serious view of the situation." In Cairo, Egyptian Minister for National Guidance Belch Salem asserted that Israeli armed forces had occufffced parts of the demilitarized area. The Minister added that "we know what to do" about the alleged Israeli move. He announced that Lieutenant General Abdel Hakim Amer, commander-in-chief of the Egyptian Army, had been summoned back to Cairo for consultations with the government. In Tel" Aviv, the Egyptian charges were branded as 'malicious propaganda devoid of any substance." Israel spokesmen pointed out that there were no Israel troop movements in the demilitarized zone. With the complete knowledge of UN truce supervivors and of the Egyptians, Israelis have been cultivating lands on the Israel side of the demilitarized zone for some smonths past. This is entirely in accordance with the Israel-Egypt armistice agreement, and the legality of this work has, in fact, been completely unchallenged. Oberservers here see a great significance in the fact that Syrian threats against..Israel's development work in the north Mere followed,so soon by the Egyptian outbreak, and point out thatvbeth sets of accusations are (equally unfounded. In both cases, Israel is working on its own side of the frontier, conducting normal economic development work in full accord with the armistice agreements In both cases, the UN authorities concerned were kept


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"TOBEB 9. 19S3"JmishtikrMlnri PAGE 15 SAL WOTICE l LEGAL NOTICE fop APPLICATION B T AX DEED l£V&n tha, BEN El,.of City of Hlaleah 7rtlfirate Numbered 71. (day of June. A.D.1951, (Certificate In my office. Idr application Tor tax \ thereon In accordance CM Certificate embrace" [described proi>erty, sltufCounty, Morlda. to-wlt: lock S7 Fifth Addition [h. Hat Book 7. Page [city of Hlaleah, CounLriv SUte of Florida. EmeM of aald property nertifiote laaued wa in Unknown. Unless aald hall be redeemed accordK deed will laaue thereon Iday of November, A.D. 17th day of October. A.D. ; |T LEATHERMAN.' jerk of Circuit Ceurt. so> County, Flo rida' X. 8. STERRETT, %  Deputy Clerk • 11/6 JNDER FICTITIOUS (AME LAW j HKUKHY GIVEN that fed, desiring to engage in er the flctltloua. name of > at 1527 W. Flagler St.. to register aald name Irk of the Circuit Court intv. Florida. L'fiKNK I HCHMALE IYMOND REDDY CAHS Applicant* tier St IVNOER FICTITIOUS %  NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that pi-,], desiring to engage In er the fictitious name of BJCOLN. at 525 Lincoln i Heui-h, intenda to reglswltti the Clerk of the of Hade County. Florida. .1 AX S 1IAKERT A Florida Corporation It NELSON int IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1SM12-J ELAINE RABER, Plaintiff. VS. RICHARD RABER, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: RICHARD RAKER 38 Ft. Washington Avenue New York. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce Has been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to said Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before October 19, 1953; otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be. taken as confessed against you. Dated this lath day of September, 1953. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By: R. H. RICE. JR.. (Seal) Deputy Clerk GEORGE 1. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 4M IJneoln Haul. Miami Beach. Fla •yit-ii — 10/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAWI'I'I -V: i>i i' %  ii (UNDER FICTITIOUS tlAME LAW |S HEREBY CIVEN that d desiring to engage In Br ili,' fictitious name of fTK CREAM CO.. at 2301 Miami Intends to name with the Clerk of [ Com t "f i >iuie County, WES EN EL INC. A Florida Corporation 1! NELSON Applies**, SUNDER FICTITl6uS [NAME LAW Is IIKKKCY ciVEN that Mm MI i"iici engage In ket t. fictitious name of % at %  :: %  • i.!noiM|u> "• ;-iiijui *'i iuuiuuuviiv ssv/SJ IIV Cowgrass Building 9/ar, —To/2.9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ARMORY SDNOCO SERVICE STATION, at 2797 N.W. 7th Avenue. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY ALTMAN ALEX WEINSTOCK CHARLES J. BODNER Attorney for Harry Altman and Alex Welnstock 10/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNOIR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VARSITY LOUNOE, BAR. PACKAGE STORE, at 93 N.W. 1st St.. Miami, Fla., Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CIVIC BAR INC. A Florida Corporation 1 0/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKUKHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ACMiKMY I !l'SIN ESS BROKERS, lit soil Professional Building, Miami. Fla.. lands to register atkl nameitli the eft of theClrcult Court of Dade jumty, FIU#MB I 'HAFlf.ES JL'LTrS (Swle-Owner) 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 [UNDER FICTITIOUS ME STATUTE | notice of tii.iiunder the of BtVIEW FARMS JM Bom Miami Beau h, • 1 Id and Int,. ml to • me with the dr. ull Coutl of Dade |l:s ZK.VIKI. ATIIUIIAM ZEMEL 1 ANN IK ZEMEL JOSEPH ZEMEL lUNOER FICTITIOUS &ME STATUTE Weil five notice of their J_ '""•'"ess under the |nie of .EN:iNEERINa OF IIAMI, LTD. f. 53rd Street. Hlaleah. TV ..',' (la nd Intend to I fictitious name with the % Circuit Court of Dade iV„" ol "' r •• 52. BERNARD DIENER |. jROWLAND pMRL D ENER jBoad, Miami Beach. Fla. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fcL H1 5 R ?? T <"VKN that in...i .desiring to engage in (•IT, ('.? t '" ou n,un of l, T • KltY <"<">MPANY let.iios N Wi 27th Avf m intendi to register said "'t A„,,li,. anl HiiiMIng NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HECTOR'S BAR A GRILL, at 721 N.E. 1st Ave.. Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PAT roooi KE88LER CARS Attorneys for Applicant 1782 W. Flagler St. :• L'.', l" .'--ll Statement re<|ulred by the Art of August L'4. IMS, as Amended by the Acts of March :t, 1933, and July -', 1946 (Title 39. I'nlted States t:ode. Section 233) showing the ownership. management, and circulation of THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN. published weekly at Miami Florida, for Oct. 5th. I9S3. The names and addresses of the publisher and editor are: EditorPublisher—Fred K. Shochet. P. O. Box 2973. Miami Is, Fla. The owner Is: The Jewish Floridlan, Not Inc., Ethel Shochet, l-*ed K. Shochet, P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla. The average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the malls or otherwise, to pjld nubacrlbers during the 12 months v -.'r *u>' tne date shown above was: J:S5. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor-Publisher Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of October, 1963. SELMA M. THOMPSON (My commission expires September 15> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE The undersigned give notice of their Intention to do business under the fictitious name of ...„,, HENDERSON RANCH at 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, and Intend to register said fictitious name with the Clerk .if Jit* Circuit Court ot^ Dade (County, Florid 1O/9-16-2S-30 da. October f, l->3. CHARLES JSEMEL ABRAHAM 7.E.MKII tNNIB ZEMKI. JOSEPH /.E.MEL TEKTION ATTORNEYS! PORATMON, OUTFITS [Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida H the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 7. 2-436 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HALEY'S BAR. at 1104 8.W. 8th St., Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK D. HALEY • MARTHA TV HALEY KE8SLER dt OARS Attorneys for Applicants 1782 West Flagler St. 10/2-9-11-23 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE .: DISSOLUTION IN THE MAME'AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES'•toiTS SHALL COMIC, WREETINGS: tfri*i,.ls to_ certltrrithabahlhereas. sta NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTV JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COONTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31128B In Re: ESTATE OF no ROSE SINGER, Deceased To Aircredltors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of ROSE SINGER, deceased late of Washington, District of Columbia, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date September 27, A.D. 1953. THELMA SILVERMAN, As Ancillary Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of ROSE SINGER, Deceased. GEORGE CHERTKOF > Attorney for Executrix 10/2^1-16-23 Sydney G., Eugene W. Drody, Msnmi, did on the 2nd day of. July, A.D. 1*51, cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10091. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1926, GENERAL EXPORT COMPANY. INCORPORATED. corporation, with Its' principal place of., busiti MM *at.,jCofal OsMes, Dade CoiHity/Tn the OTfT ofTOrTda. and whereas the stockholders of said coriH.rutlon did on the 2ith day of September, A.D. 1952, cause to be filed In the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a consent of all the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 10098, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, requesting the dissolution of said corporation, therefore the Secretary of State Is satisfied that said corporation has complied with the requirements of law. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the twenty-eighth day of September, A.D. 1953. R. A. GRAY. Secretary of State. (SEAL) 10/9/33 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AKLENE OP MIAMI, at Miami, Florida; Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAML'EL SOMMERS A UeMtwMKpHocongSsf JrMT %  •* in v-n&ty < %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 2S49 BETTY HARRIS, Plaintiff, Vs. SAML'BL A. LEWIS. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: SAMUEL A. LEWIS c/o Gert N. Wexler 3230 Pasadena, Detroit, Michigan YOU ARR HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Common Law action has been filed against you In the Small Claims Court In and for Dade County, Florida by BETTY HARRIS and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or pleadings to the Complaint upon the Plaintiff's attorney. Oeorge J. Tallanoff. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or pleadings In the office of the Clerk of the Small Claims Court, Miami, Florida, or appear to defend the action, on or before the 2nd day of November, 1953, at 9:00 a.m.; said date being the date of trial in the above entitled cause: otherwise, Judgment by default win be taken against ybu for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Darted this 28th day •*September. 1953. Clerk of Small Claims Court B. W. GREESON. Deputy (Seal) QEDROE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla, 19/2-9-H-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HF:RF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VENECUB. at Dade County, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JUAN RIOS MONTENEGRO 9/18-25 — 10/2-9 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS M & M H I A W NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SOTHAL, at P. O. Box 801, Miami Beach 39, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PETER SOBEL 8ELWYN LEVENTHAL 9/18-25 — 10/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEUEBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of, TOWN HOUSE, at ISO 20th Street. Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. II A. R. Inc. A. J. KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants IMJ Lincoln Rd. 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage Ui business under the fictitious name of l'EGiiY'S ORIGINALS', at 211 5th St., Miami Reach, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PFX1GY SOLOMON (Sole Owner) 10/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DIXON'8 GROVE RADIO SERVICE, at 3488 Main Highway. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ^^ M. D1XON 10/2-9-K-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKUKHY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BOINELL ORIGINAL at 5 S.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GAKY HI'' MIAMI, INC. Sole Owner STANLEY RICHARD Attorney for Applicant 60.1 Lincoln Road a/25 — 10/2-9-ia NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, N. 1SMSS WII.LUAM VAN MANEN. Jr. Plaintiff, ELIZABETH VAN MANEN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ELIZABETH VAN MANEN, 106 Eleventh Avenue, Hawthorne. New Jersey You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed asi'lnst you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys, MTER8. Ill'IMAN & KAPI.AN. 6..0 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court „n or before the 19th day of O" 1U.-.3 If vou fail to do so. Judgment hv default will be taken against roll for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. .... This notice shall be published once ,s„li week f>r four consecutlY* weeks In THK JEWISH FLORIDlJK. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Honda, this Sth day of September, A.D. 1963. [( I-| :AT n : ,. MAN Clerk, Circuit Court, r e County. Florida. M. C. GREEN, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 150 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 9/18-25 — 10/2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA. No. 162473-D BF:TTY KILMER. Plaintiff vs. LARRY KILMER. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. Pvt. Larry Kilmer, 1193832. July Repl. Draft ,M.C-A.S., S.S. Air I" M K Pac, F:i Toro, Santa Ana. California are required to file your answer to the BUI of Complaint for divorce with the clerk of the abeve rt Bad .aerVe a copy thereof upon man Cohe/I.. AAUMHMV. 1*05 Cnn T i BIdg., Miami, Florida oii.wr beOetuber '20, 79511 or else coiViplalnt be taken as confessed. Dated September 13. 1933. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By V. B. MBCLARF:N, Deputy Clerk (Sett) /I-2S — 10/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 90676 In Re: ESTATE OF EUGENE FINE, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of yor, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of EUGENE FINE, deceased late of Hamilton County. Ohio, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse hi Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date Septteinber 18. A.D. 1953. JEAN FINE, As AncillaryF:xecutrlx of the iJtst Will and Testament of EL'GENF: KINK, Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Ancillary Executrix 9>r> — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31053A In Re: 'ESTATE OF" CHARLES WASSER, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against S'.il.l Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of CHARJ.E8 WASSER. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demsnds to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date September 25, A.D. 1952. NETTIE H. WASSER and STANLEY H. WASSER As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of CHARLES WASSER. Deceased. LEONARD J. KALISH Attorney for Executors 10/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF2BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALPINE CIGAHETTK SERVICE COMPANT, at 3154 S.W. 23rd St., .Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Hlorlda. MI'RHAY TOISTF:R 9,'lt-25 — 1 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI SHELL FACTORY, at 10548 Miami. Intuid to register aald name -with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GLORIA ROMERO MOLINA F'RED T. WALSH 9/18-25 — 10/2-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BONDED MORTGAGE COMPANY, at 207-9 Pan American Bank Building, Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F'lorlda. WILLIAM H. GRONKR ALEX YOl'NGERMAN NoRMA MINSKY MYERS. HEIMAN and KAPLAN Attorneys for Owners 650 Seybold Building 9/25 — 10/2-9-16 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51156 Notice Is hereby given that NATHANIEL W. SIEGEL holder of City of Hlaleah Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 301, dated the 4th day of June, A.D. 1951. has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: ,„ Lot IS, Block 53, Studio Addition to Hlaleah. Plat Book 9. Page 5, In the City of Hlaleah, County of Dade, State of Florid*. The assessment of said property Under the Certificate Issued was In the name of UNKNOWN. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 28th day of October, A.D. 193. Dated this 8th day of September. A.D. 1953. E B LEATHERMAN A Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By N. C. Sterrett, Circuit Court Seal Deputy Cleric 9/25 — 10/2-9-16-23 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tb. J*wish Floridlan %  Belli yra* UKjal node**. W* crpprclcrtB 70 Ml patronaa* and rjuaxassBM o txJUi aW Mrrlo* %  MKJOJ txsMks. Phono 2-1141 !&H FS>



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ifr v OCTOBER 9. 1953 kmrlsJiFkirSdRbr) PAGE 11 iLOBAL SHORTS itain Asked To Prevent -rtwals Of Israel-Arab War EoNPON (JTA>-Clement R. At former Prime Minister of huin and head of the Ubor rtv presented to the party congee at Margate this week a Jolution urging the "exertion of am'.' influence to prevent any HHI! o£ hostilities or a rearmarts race between Israel and the hVstates.The resolution, prefcied on behalf of the executive the partyalso called for a peace %  ttiement between the Arab states Id brae! on which a structure of Instructive cooperation could be lilt. istrian Counter-Proposals _j Claims Stall Settlement fvTENNA (JTA)—No early settlelent of the claims presented by brld Jewish organizations to the kitfrians was foreseen here this lek following presentation of Lnter-proposals by members of ItAustrian Cabinet to Moses Kckaiman. European director of L Joint Distribution Committee, to heads the group of Jewish exSrts engaged in reparations talks Lh the Austrian!. The Austrian kternment's counter-proposals ofr the Jewish organizations a reared lump sum for heirless Jewi property. American Mizrachi To Hold Convention In Atlantic City NEW YORK (JTA) —The Mizrachi Organization of America has announced it will hold its 33rd annual national convention* November 4th through 8th in Atlantic City. More than 800 delegates from all parts of the United States, representing 70,000 members in 300 chapters, will attend the five-day conclave at the Breakers Hotel. In announcing the convention, Rabbi M o r d e cai Kirshblum, national president, declared that a major goal Would be that of presenting to the delegates a comprehensive analysis "of the Unabated difficulties" which the State of Israel faces at present, .jjjafi hu~iM 1 hristmati FUes To Run In City Commission Race Randall N. "Randy" Christmas. Miami attorney, this week announced his candidacy for the Miami city commission. Active in the Junior Chamber of Commerce, Christmas is state di rector, member of the Board of Directors and former first vice president of the organization. A Miamian since 1926, he graduated from Little River Junior High, Miami Edison a6d the University of Miami. At the University of Miami, he received degrees in Business Administration and Law. Christmas entered the Naval Reserve in 1940 as a seaman, second class, and came out of World War ; II as a first ljeuteijant in the Marimi f'AMi,< £t w;„._..t. i %  1 A *!**_-* A'* 1 %  tO Emigration From Greater Than Immigration WASHINGTON (JTA) — Emigration from Israel now exceeds immigration entering the country,-} David Horowitz, Governor of the Central Bank of Israel, told delegates at the closing session of the National Economic Conference for Israel. The way to check this trend, Mr. Horowitz said, was to improve economic conditions through support of the State of Israel Bond Issue. The last sessions of the conference were devoted to the inauguration of the final phase of the first Israel Bond Drive. rine Corps.*.-* bfeJrelease in Jan WWw4%&vWfhfficoi_J9cJ#dMl 44 Mornbe*. "Mks1IMs"onot>iu. rW Kandall N. Christmas r pn1c4ttof!'" %  He is cuvreiitly 'fnfeaT?ed in the practice of laW'tn the Pan American Bank Building. UJ 1 Roosevelt Chapter Dance M *ftie* ; fcW*Hor Roosevelt Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a membership dance at the Nautilus Hotel on Sunday evening, October 18th, 9 p.m. Mrs. Marshall Chern is in charge of the affair. Announce New Art Courses Here Artists Anonymous announces the forming of new art-hobby courses for the 1953-54 season. Arthobby sessions began October 1st at Soned Art Studios, 208 Biscayne Street, Miami Beach. Offered are hobby courses in drawing, painting, sculpture and crafts on beginners and advanced levels. The crafts group will include projects in metal, leather and wood. A Saturday morning childrens' group will again function. ASunday group combining beginners and advanced students offers outdoor sketching and painting trips. A Workshop Course in commercial art as formerly taught by Soned at the University of Miami will be offered if warranted by demand. Groups will meet from Tuesday through Thursday weekly, 7:30 10:30 p.m. The childrens' class will leave the studio at 10 a.m. on Saturdays. All Hobby Courses will be conducted under the personal guidance of Warren Soned. muralist, artist and former instructor of art at the University of Miami. Soned's work is featured in the new edition of Who's Who In American Art. ATLANTIC T V Ex-Nazi Sentenced To Nine Months In Jail FRANKFORT (JTA)—A German court at Marburg imposed a ninemonth prison sentence upon Karl Zacharias, 48-year-old former storm trooper at Gladenbach, for having been the ringleader in numerous outrages inflicted upon Jewish residents in the early years of the Nazi regime. For having carried on the work of the League of Young Germans, a prohibited neoNazi and anti-Semitic organization, 11 Germans were sentenced in West Berlin to terms ranging from nine months in prison to fines. srael Army On Maneuvers; oreign Militarists Present JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Israel Irmy carried out Fall maneuvers iris week with live ammunition nd high explosives being used in he first large-scale combined opstions war games carried out by Jewish State's Army of Demise. In one operation named for son. Biblical giant hero of the lews, which was carried out in the lills around Jerusalem near the lirthplace of Samson, Israeli SpitIre and Mosquito bombers used apalm and high explosive bombs 1 "soften up" the "enemy." r Accepts Honor Given N By German Federation I PRANKFl RT < JTA) -r Professor r'artin Buber, world renowned Nhor, has accepted the 1953 MM Prize of the German Bookpiers Federation" of West GerP"y al a Public ceremony at €t. fwl C hurch here, a secularized Fanonal shrine. The Minister-PresiP>t of Hesse. Dr. A. Zinn, and Dr. rneodor Dehler, Hesse Minister of [Mice, attended the ceremony. In S^ eeh f atc *P ta nce, Professor •TOrnaki that those Germans who *a murdered millions of his felCardtnal Spellman Donates To $1,500,000 Jewish Clinic NEW YORK (JTA)—The Charles H. Silver Clinic of Beth Israel Hospital here was dedicated in a ceremony attended by over 1,000 persons yesterday. The $1,500,000 sixstory structure was named in honor of Charles Silver, president of the hospital and well known philanthropist.'James J. Lynch, executive director of the New York Catholic Charities, brought greetings from Cardinal Spellman and a $10,000 check from the Cardinal and the Alfred E. Smith Foundation. 1954 Tmersonl\\\ WITH A MOVIE-PERFECT PICTURE AT A NEWS-MAKING LOW PRICE! $209.95 United Israel Appeal Reports Lag In Contributions NEW YORK (JTA) —Expendiewish philosopher, teacher and. twes of United Israel Appeal agenLiT*l. n i _•__ r.._^ iL.i. '----* t-nVioKilituW'tevs had removed themselves^ t *using projects," Mr. Sonne** %  humanity.to the "sphere of born said. nonsjrous inhumanity." "Who am C?* %  *••<* HeMme to 'forr>h Je added. wmaiiy Promulgates Law stel nMrt ^ v i ctl "" "WN HTM-The West German £*Ti ln *kmnification of in?J .victims of Nazism,adopted ariianunt eight weeks ago. SDftv K n "w been promulgated through ion of the text in the Offi|^wette. Although the law eneffect on October 1st, implementation regulaw administrative directive has ttn issued. Cies for their immigrant rehabilitation and resettlement program are almost one-thirA—or about $22,000,000 — behind the budgetary needs for the first eight months of this year, Rudolf G. Sonneborn, UIA national chairman, said here this week. "This lag has been one of the primary causes in the slowing down of immigrant resettlement, in the protein : poor diet for newcomers and in the curtailment Israel Named Vice President In United Nations Activity UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Israel was elected, .recently as one of the seven vice presidents of the United Nations General Assembly, the first time since Israel'sadmission to the United Nations that it has been elected to a post in the plenary Assembly. Israel will thus have a seat in the General Committee of the Assembly which fixes the agenda of the Assembly and determines the assignment of agenda items to the seven committees of the Assembly. IMIMON ClOOC MWO MOOU7M an,!, Mi TM %  > %  ikM yov oew* „mm row MlM>! llar> "< %  > %  ""*' ASK roe mooti 7*s-wriH IXCIUSIVI EMERSON CINIVISION SCKKNI you'll think you're at the movie! 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PAGE 10 \kwlsti HcrkUar -2^2^9,1 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold late services Friday at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Max M. Landman officiating and assisted by Cantor David Bagley and Reverend Rudolf E. Brill. The Rabbi will speak on: The Personalities Of Noah. The service will be dedicated to Michael Lieberman and Howard Zinner. Bar Mitzvah sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lieberman and Mr. and Mrs. S. Zinner. The parents will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat and Kiddush following. Sabbath Rosh Chodesh services will be held Saturday af 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvoth of Michael Lieberman and Howard Zinner will take place. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon will be: Hills To Clynb. The Study Group will meet at 6 p.m. Their subject will be: The Life Of Rabbi Akkiba. Mincha is scheduled for 6:30 p.m., with Maariv at 6:45 p.m. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Facing A New World. A class in Talmud is scheduled for 4:15 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior Congregation services are at 10 a.m., and conducted by Sidney Indfiin and Reverend George Goldberg. • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 6 ( p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. During the service, the Rabbi will interpret the Weekly Portion of the Law Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Frida> evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday mornina services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: Leader In Our Generation. Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. A class in MLshna is scheduled" for 4:45 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold late Fri day evening services at 8:30 p.m.,; with Rabbi Louis Cassel officiating: and preaching on the subject: The i Pause That Refreshes. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday' morning services are at 9 a.m.,' with Mincha scheduled for 6 p.m. I • • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Cantor -Philip H. Brummer officiating. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. A late service is scheduled for 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and preaching on the topic: Happiness In Life. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fidelman. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Malavsky will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will officiate and preach on the topic: Welcome, Dr. Glueck. Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will bold Friday evening service! at 8fW p.m., with Rabbi Harry Ettinger officiating and discussing: The Flood And Our Children, • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kron ish officiating and preaching on the topic: A Blessing For Columbus. Saturday morning services will be at 10:45 a.m., at which time Jack Packar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Packar, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services, are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Abraham M. Cassei and Cantor Abraham Self will officiate. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and initiating the first in a series of sermon lectures on: The Liberal View In American Jewish Liife. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the blessing of the New Moon. Saturday morning services pre at 9 a.m.. followed by the Torah reading at 10:45 a.m. Cantor Irving Robinson will chant the musical portions of the liturgy. Kiddush will follow under the sponsorship of Mrs. Sam Barish. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m.. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Saturday morning services will be at 9 a.m.. with Kiddush following. Mincha is scheduled for 6 p.m., followed by Maariv. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services* 1 at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate and dhjeasn Will There Be Peace. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior congregation services are scheduled for the David Whitman Hall under the direction of Benjamin Kaminetzky. Kiddush will follow under the auspices of the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Abraham Bergman as hostess. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Potttoti. • %  • • • i • -: AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Isaac H. Ever officiating and discussing: Praise And Blame. Kiddush will follow, with Charles Hadad as host. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., with Maariv concluding the Sabbath observance. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. • • • TEMPLE SINAI will hold late Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and consecrate children of the Religious School. Subject of Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory Miami Beach I'..il.M Irrlnr Lebrman, Conservative. 1701 Waiih. Ave., M.Ii. Miami Hebrew SchoolKafcbl Hlmon April. Orthodox, 1101 SW 11th Ave.. Miami. Monticello Park — Rabbi norla Backovaky, Conservative, l4th Btraet ami NK 11th Avenue. North Miami Heach. North Dade — Conservative, 1SS30 W. Dixie) Highway. North Miami. way. North Miami. Nerth Shore—Rabbi Mayer Abramowlta. Conservative. *Z0 • 7Sth St., Miml Boach Tempi* larval—Dr. Joseph Narot, Reform. 1ST NK l*th SL, Miami. Temle S.i. The Jewish Community Center of HoHywood, Rnbbl David Shapiro. Conservative, SOSO Tolk 8t., Hollywood. Tiferoth Israel — RaDbl Louis Cassel, •:.*K> N. Miami Ave., Miami. Wast Miami—Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Conservative. 170 SW 17th St., Miami. Young Israel — Orthdox. 4*01 Chase Avo.. Miami Reach Zamora — Rabbi Max M. Landmin, Conservative. 44 Zamora Ave., Coral Oablaa. Af M Saoj i f oot Rabbi Isaac Ever. Orthodox. 52a" Tilth St.. Miami Boaeft. Both Dev.d — Rabbi Max Shapiro, Conservative. SSIi SW M Avo.. Beh*j?l—Dr. flhmirf yehu SwtraVJ-, OrMfetolv ,ao. f)W inth Avkv'iMlaml. Beta Jacob—Rabbi -Mosea Mescheloff, Orthodox, 101-311 Wash'. Ave.. MR. Both Sholom—Rabbi Leon Kronlsh, Liberal, 4144 Chase Ave.. M.B. Both Tfflah—RabM Joseph Rackovsky. Orthodox. Ml Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Coral Gables—Rabbi Morris Skop. IJberal. M0 Palermo Ave.. C Qablea Downtown Synagogue — Rnbbl Aryah Keeker, Orthodox, 135 NW 3rd Ave., Miami. Flagler.Granada—Reverend Leo Helm. Cmiiwrvatlve, 50 NW 51st Place, Miami. Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander dross, Orthodox. $11 6th St.. M.B. Hialeah. Miami Springs — Rnbbl Harry Kttlnaer. CoBaarvatlVS, |S1 K. 4th Ave Hialaah. Israelite Center — Rabbi Morton M.ilavxky. Conservative, S19S 8W 21th Tor., Miami. Kneseth Israel liabhl Abraham Cassel. Orthodox, 1415 Euclid Avo., Miami l<-.<-h 44 Candidates Vie For Trusteeships Forty-four candidates qualified by deadline time last Monday for the November 3rd school trustee and millage election. Observers said here that the number is probably an all-time high for any Dade County race. The slate of candidates approximates an average of 14 contenders for each trustee Job. District No. 3 listed 12 persons qualified. District No. 1, with 10 candidate*, ran second. Others are District No. 5, with eight candidates, and District No. 2 and 4, with seven each. Among those seeking posts are: John G. Kennedy, H. Ladd Mc Linden and Oscar J. Gagon, Jr., District No. 1; William E. Cole, Paul E. Butler and Dr. Lester N. Gordon, District No. 2; James M. Crawford, Fane H. Westberry, Ernest C. Allen and Louis B. Bush, District No. 3. Ralph A. Fossey and Charles F. Harvey, District No. 4; Henry L. Balaban. Jules P. Channing and Alexander Rubin, District No. 5. his srninn is scheduled as: In The Beginning. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will chant the liturgy, assisted by the Temple Choir under the direction of Reverend Mordechai Haalman. The Oneg Shabbat following will be under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Max Eichner, in honor of their son. Dr. Arthur Eichner. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with Junior services slated for 10 a.m. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER wiH bold Friday evening services, if >b.U> p.m. Thf tfcieg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. William Groman in honor of their wedding anniversary. • • • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with R^ibi Boris Rackovsky officiating. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Water, Water Everywhere. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. see YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Annual Sunday School Seminar, Beach Jewish Center October w Annual seminar of Sundnv srhnnl rwtnr \f ik. *%_j\ Annual seminar of Sunday school teachers, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Jewish schools of Greater Miami, will be initiated this Sunday -at a luncheon to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, at 12:30 p.m. The luncheon will feature a forum discussion on: Changing Conceptions Of Sunday School Organization In Greater Miami. Fornm speakers will include Sydney J. Greenberg. educational director of Temple Beth Sholom; Jerome Gordon, educational director of the Beth David Congregation; Philip Chaiton, educational director of the North Shore Jewish Center; and Jack Bornstein, educational director at Temple Israel. Louis SchWartzman, executive diMiami Boach Officials Attend Mayors' Confab MONTREAL — Miami Beach attendants at the International Mayors' Convention, held here September 20th through 27th, included Mayor and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, Vice Mayor Harold Spaet and Councilman Burnett Roth. Also attending was Miss Ruth Brotman, president of the Miami Beaeh Music and Arts League. The officials were subsequent invited guests of the Montreal Israeli Counsel to attend the cocktail reception in honor of Michael Comay, new Israel Minister to Canada. The reception took place at the RiU Carlton Hotel here. Degree Team Initiates A degree team from Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, left for Palm Beach Tuesday to initiate members of the new B'nai B'rith lodge there. On the team were Sanford Swerdlin, Robert Lewison, Joseph Rayvis, William Pallot and Milton A. Friedman. M'ami Convalescent Home Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Service Special Diets Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Rooms. l.EO ALLEN. Director S3S S.W. 12tb Avenue Phones a.5437 and 9-027S /Sivit.<*ty Coffee Shop Yiddish Classical Hour NEW STATION — NEW TIME STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial WWPB proudly presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR %  M' The Baa* ef Jewish fwi.hrtwi MORRT8 NASATIR IVHY SUNDAY rector of the Bureas.' moderator. Rabbi fcjTi will introduce the tfcJI five-session semli, r uTJ, Significance Of Bible T£S Jewish Youth. ^ The luncheon will be by five Monday sessions mil shops as an in-training J for all Sunday school teach Greater Miami. Subjects Teaching Torah, Teaching c Prophets, Teaching Later fa. and Teaching Jewish a^' cepts. The workshop* | with audio visual aids, te, singing and demonstration tival units. The faculty will conn-;, bert Berger. extension Bureau of Jewish Educat_ Rabin, educational director;!, Beach Jewish Center; R Kron ish, Temple Beth selected demonstration from Beth David Cong.. Temple Israel, and Conl' Jewish Center; and Schwa The session of Noveu will be highlighted by the i of Dr. Azriel Eisenberg, director of the Jewish Committee of New York Cil ish educator and writer. enberg will discuss: T Post-Bible Literature In ish school. GORDON ROOFING SHEET METAL Have you. roof npunt i will save on a now • %  "Satisfactory Wort sj Baporloncod Ms** •14 S w fSntf Avow PHONS TV RI:PAI MMlDIATt Tf If VISION | NIGHTS, SUNDAYS, HO S3 for Call CITY-WIDE TV I WANT MY •:30tall .... UstM To Oor Ufl IS JUST A MCAM tvery Monday Thro Friday Froa. 10 o 10:30 sura. 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9. 1953 Epsiton Phi _jn* Convention, Mapped *t • 8 P ecial meetln thl Lk were final plans for the 42nd nnual convention of Tau Epsilon M Fraternity, with Miami Beach L Councilman Burnett Roth actL as general chairman. ISidney S. Suntag, national extutive secretary of the fraternity, guest speaker at the meeting edUlcd at' Bath's office here. University of Miami underrate chapter, Tau XI, will be I jhe groups playing host to convent^. Greater Miami's jmni cluV-is making the prepitions. v Mechlowita Is Hostess % '•Miami Beach Center PTA Herman Mechlowitz w QH to the Room Mothers of Miami Beach Jewish Center nt-Tcachers' Association at a fa her home, 4545 Adams Aveon Tuesday. FAssisting the hostess were Mrs. fcnry Waitzkin and Mrs. Henry Jtoian. Mrs. Benjamin N. §vene, president of the PTA, gave welcoming message. *Jsfd3tfkd0aij PAGE 13 rber Chapter Will Hear jch Pediatrician jLorbcr Chapter, National Home • Jewish Children at Denver, will Did it.monthly discussion group etins on Wednesday evening, ctober 14th. 8:30 p.m., at the pmc of Mrs; Herbert Wilensky, SW 5th Street, Miami. 18peaker will be Dr. Leo Grossban, Miami Beacb pediatrician. He (ill discuss: Behavior Problems Children. Chairman of the afir is Mrs. Martin Wasserman. I'nai B'rith Women Bowl The Miami Chapter of B'nai }'rith Women bowl Monday nights the Brunswick Alleys, according -an announcement this week by intte Coulton. LEGAL NOTICE r\. IN COUNTY jubefe-a 6 DADE eUNTV,"FlJ" No. 0M44-4I;,..•? • IK: ESTATE OF' 'l.Vt.K JONES. Deceased I0TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE jXOTIil-: is hereby given that I have Ued in) final it'iiui't and petition for final l>is.'liarge a Ancillary Admin|ir.,:n, „f hl eatate of I.YI.K JINKS, deceased; and tHht on the Ith day of November, 1SS1, will ap(y to the Honorable County Judge* Dad.I'ounty, Florida, for approval said final report and for final dlaMite -is Ancillary Administrator of M *UI, „f 1.YI.E JONES, deceased. [ThU 6th -lay of October. 19SS. t.'.„_ '"' t"RTON ROTHENBERG lOKToN KnTHKNBERG p. I.lncin lt„ad. Miami Beach. Fla. Ihclltary Administrator l/1-n-a-io Hill>ITB,li8h.Way<>*ittWm#''->lf. rtfi osjeach. *rfemh tftf fhl*rr*tt" Mramr'iFewteh Community Center, and the opening seminars will begin at 10:30 a.m., with a session on leadership. A panel discussion entitled, What Is The Responsibility of B'Hal B'rith To BBYO And What Is The Responsibility Of BBYO To B'nai B'rith, will take place in the early afternoon. Both the adult and youth leadership will share in the discussion. Afternoon sessions will be concerned with programming and will emphasize the seven-fold activity of BBYO with respect to community service, cultural, religious, social, athletic, interfaith and B'nai B'rith cooperation. The weekend will close with a prom at the National Hotel on Sunday evening for which the theme will be: BBYO Goes Israeli. Jewish Museum Opens For Season At Center; Ancient Art Objects Shown j.wu h npiBw#2 rfeiw4 • The Jewish Museum of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the only permanent branch of the museum conducted by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City, entered its fourth season by officially opening a winter schedule of guided tours last Sunday, announced Samuel Fried land. president of the Center. Visitors to the Jewish Museum find ranged about the wall in display cases beautiful ceremonial art objects, old prints, ancient manuscripts, books from the earliest stages of printing and rarities seldom seen in large city museums. An old silver lamp, which for centuries hung over an altar in a Hungarian 1 ^nagegne, was reclaimed iron>ithe rNazis and hangs now in the Muafiujni of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. One display case contains ceremonial objects of rare beauty tted on the eve of the Sabbath, including candlesticks, pitchers, layers, engraved Kiddush cups of many sizes and a silver plate with its symbolic bunch of grapes and plaited golden loaves of bread. Visitors will also find one case of silver containers made of delicate filigree work used in the traditional Havdalah ceremony which ends the Sabbath day. ; 0 M6st H highiy prized objects in the collection are the books including a first edition of the Pentateuch printed in Bologna in 1482. There is an ancient Torah scroll meticulously written by hand and Torah pointers set with rare stones. The Chanukah Menorahs range front Peruvian to Polish and from the 18th to the 20th centuries. One. made by a homesick soldier out of a large gun case and polished to the color of brass, is a high point of interest, as are the marriage contract made in 1635 in Verona. Italy, a 14th century bit of stained glass and ancient circumcision sets. At its inception, the Center Parent-Teacher Association adopted the museum as one of its outstanding projects. Mrs. Silvio Sermoneta, curator of the museum, conducts tours for visitors each Sunday morning from 10 a.m. until noon, and throughout the season arranges tours by appointment for various school and club groups. The first group to visit the museum this year was the Sunday School class of the Miami Beach Community Church. The tour was conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Saul Rabin, educational director of the Center Religious School, and Mrs. Sermoneta. EVERYBODY. EVERYWHERE [MANISCHEWITZ AMERICAN MATZ0S Great Books Group Announces Meeting At Bayfront Library The Great Books Foundation, in cooperation with the Miami Public Memorial Library. Bayfront Park, has announced the formation of a Great Books discussion group. The first meeting will be held on Monday, October 12th, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The Great Books discussion pro gram is designed to make the benefits of a liberal education available to all adults, according to Frances Downing, field representative here. A group of 20 to 30 adults will meet around a table every other week in the evening to discuss the Issues raised in one of the Great Books they have read in advance. In the first year of 18 readings are works 1 by Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Shakespeare and others, concerned With such fundamental problems as God, justice, happiness, the nature of man, and government. The only requirements for joining a group are willingness to read, to express opinions and listen to new ideas, Mrs. Downing said. Dromedary Mixes Prove Short-Cut To Expert Baking The woman who used to do all in-, the hen-ojaft^kiw.-vs news again, and ev"~ women wrffSl^e? turning out • fine kosher cakes with expert skill these days, thanks to the ease and quick convenience of Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes made with the choicest of kosher ingredients by pioneers in the cake mix field With the full assortment of Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes on hand in the kitchen pantry, it's the simplest thing in the world to prepare literally hundreds of delightful kosher cake and cookie recipes at a moment's notice and in just a matter "of minutes. High, light and luscious white cake, gingerbread, devil's food cake or yellow cake, rich, fragrant fruit cake, tempting cupcakes and corn or date muffins take no more than four minutes from package to pan. And the results surpass anything tasted when made with Dromedary Kosher Cake Mixes — the only mixes onthe national market today that carry the Kosher "U" endorsement" of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. In addition to the above basic recipes, provided* in easy-to-follow fashion on the Dromedary package, there are countless other ways to prepare these fine mixes with equally fine results. Some of the more unusual of these Dromedary Kosher recipes, many of them particularly suited to party and holiday serving, may be obtained by writing to Dromedary, 180 Broadway, Room 1212, New York, New York. An ancient Seder plate used in the traditional Passover observance and on display in the Jewish Museum of the Miami Beach Jewish Center is admired by Mrs. Silvio Sermoneta (left), curator of the museum, and Mrs. Benjamin B. Greene, president of the Center's Parent-Teacher Association. The Jewish Museum, the only permanent branch of the museum conducted by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City, is a PTA project. 5 Sisterhoods To Attend Seminar In November Representatives of six sisterhood; affiliated with the Southeast Branch of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America met last week at the Miami Beach Jewish Center to make plans for the coming seminar to be held in Miami Beach on November 16th and 17th. Branch President Mrs. Henry Wernick, of Tampa, presided at the meeting and sisterhoods represented were from Beth David Synagogue, Zamora Jewish Center, Israelite Center, Miami Beach Jewish Center, North Shore Jewish Center and Temple Sinai of Hollywood. The November seminar will consist of workshops on Leadership Training, Membership, Judaism in 1 the Home and Youth Activities. KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS 8 AM. TILL NOON SPRINGERS BROILERS 45c lb. HEMS ~ 45c lb. CAP0NETTES 49c lb. PULLETS 55c lb. PIUS Iff M* CMCKEfr MHt KILLING Sunny Acres Poultry & Fish Market 3215 GRAND AVE.. COCONUT GROVE PH. 4-2021 New Jewish Chorus To Metf Monday At Beach GMKC s A new Jewish chorus, under the direction of Ben Yomen and Margaret Yomen, will meet on Monday evening, October 12th, &30 p.m., at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, 1536 Bay Road. Some 50 persons are expected to attend the first rehearsal of the new musical organization, according to the Yomens. Invited to attend are those interested in choral singing and folk music. Popkin Attends Zionist Youth Meeting Here Herman Popkin, director of the Southern Region of the Zionist Youth Commission, attended a meeting of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission Thursday at the home of Mrs. Bertram Miller, 54S3 North Bay Road. On Sunday, Popkin will meet with members of the Florida Zionist Youth Commission at the Algiers Hotelv according to Joe Pardo, president of the local group. Open Israel Bond Drive TORONTO — The Jewish community here this week opened its campaign for the sale of State of Israel Bends with subscriptions totalling $1,464,000. the largest amount for Jewish purposes ever obtained in this community at any single function. ] : l r



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mmAY. OCTOBER 9, 1953 + l***UMnrHlr*r PAGE 7 GMJCC Plans Parent Education A program of parent education for the coming year, involving'the parents of nursery school children at the three branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, has been announced by Mrs. Max Gettinger, county nursery nursery chairman. A series of Institutes has been planned for discussions of every phase of the pre-echool child's physical, mental and emotional development These discussions will be led by pediatricians, psychoanalysts, dentists, clergymen, educators and psychiatrists. New films from the Mental Health Association will also be shown. The meetings will be open to the public as a community service. The first meeting at the Beach Branch Will be held Monday evening, October 12th, at 1336 Bay Road. The Town Branch will meet Tuesday evening, October 13th, at 450 SW 16th Avenue, and the Flagler-Granada Branch on Wednesday, October 14th, at SO NW 51st Place, all at 8 p.m. Theme of the opening get-together will be: What Is This Nursery School Like? What Can It Do For My Child. A special film of center activities will also be shown. Informal discussions with teachers and a social hour will follow. Food Fair Stores Win Oscar Award Food Fair Stores, Inc., has won an Oscar of Industry trophy for the best annual report in the grocery chain stores industry for the fourth year. Chairman of the Board of Food Fair is Samuel Friedland, of Miami Beach. Announcement was made of the award by Financial World Magazine which conducted the competition. Some 5.000 annual reports were reviewed. Louis Stein, president of the company, will be presented the Oscar trophy at an annual banquet in the grand ballroom of the Hotel Statler, New York City, on October 26th. Food Fair operates 169 marke which span the eastern seaboiri from New York to Florida. Greenberg Pledges To Keep Politics Out Of Teaching Melville N. Greenberg, of 260 SW 64th, Avenue, will be a candidate for, .school trustee oi. the Dade County Board of Public Instruction from District No. 3. President of the Court Paper Company, Miami. ie was a student >f business adI ninistrati on at >t. John's Uni/ersity. Green>erg is a veteran )f World War II. laving served for ive years. Enlist-, ng as a Private,


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OCTOBERJJ951 +J(*1<* Thirty** PAGE 9 \ v r-i*vanatla for Season 1,-ied and. interesting" lor the winter season was Ihif MM Mrs Id. pro hairmai |Fla?lff lea M > on "; Mrs. tr** pel Ot |0n The Schoolgirl Com, ( ,,in K is slated to take rhursdav evening, Octob1-30 p.m., at the Flagler1 Center, 50 NW 51st i Greene \ivud Young Council klected president of the lh Young Adult Council i B'rith Youth Organizali.-s Barbara Greetjaij?i it {need by Mrs. A. Frank hairman of the Greater a: B'rith Youth CommitJeene is from New York Bias been a resident of I three years. A member Chapter BBYO, she is student at the Univerkmi, where she is study%  Sr decorating. iGlantz. of Sharet BBYO, W vice president. Miss formerly vice presifctrict No. 5. B'nai B'rith kn and Women. Secreer Is Dorothy Balber, nber of the Star BBYO. %  \ : i-HM'm"iij WARD NEUWIRTH I rhr opening of his off let I practice of chiWrew'i dentistry 092 10 MIRACLE H06. cle Mile, Coral Cables < (dephonc 83-3933 Appointment < Jack Packar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Packar. 4600 Prairie A.T e n u e Miami Beach, wiH become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, October 10th, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Jack is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High School. Kron en go Id s Leave On European Tour Mr. and Mrs. George Kronengold, of the George Kronengold Travel Service, Miami and New York, left on Thursday for Europe and plan to visit Spain, Italy, France and Israel. Kronengold will complete arrangements for his special 1954 European and Holy Land tour program. They will also attend the Convention of the American Society of Travel Agents in Rome. Mr. Kronengold is a member of the Board and national membership chairman. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. Many Smith announce the birth of their daughter, Ellen Leigh, last week. The new arrival joins her sister, Francine, and brother, Allen. Mrs Smith is the former Frances Cohen. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Efraim Gale and children, Diane and Michael, have moved into their new home at 1526 Ancona Avenue, Coral Gables. Mr. Gale is executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler are at home at 1233 10th Street, Miami Beach, after spending the summer in Hendersonville, North Carolina. %  Cr ft ft At home at 561 NE 68th Street, ilamf,after siwnding the summer i Avon Like, OMo; is Mrfc Simel GuVss. %  Cr -Cr ft Pansy Flaum is on a tour of Mexico. She was last heard from in San Jose, a Mexican mountain spa. ft -Cr -Cr I Joe Lankay will be welcomed home from Korea during Friday evening services of the North Dade Jewish Center. ft ft ft Mrs. Saul Herman is recuperating at home following surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital last week. Mr. Herman is dining room manager at the Shelborne Hotel. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, o* 318 21st Street, have returned home after an extended vacation spent in Hendersonville, North Carolina, and Flushing, Long Island, where Mrs. Hoffman visited her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goldstein. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tokaycr have moved into their new home at 6160 SW 16th Terrace. Mrs. Tokayer is active in B'nai B'rith work here. ft ft ft Rabbi and Mrs. Harry Ettinger, Tots'About T own... >M YOU'RE FUNNIER THAN I AM insists Bernard Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs". Alex D. Phillips, 1530 West Avenue. Miami Beach. — Baby Photos by Ardmoro WANTED YOUNG WOMAN to do secretarial and light bookkeeping tor Jewish Center. Write: J. C. I Box 2973, Miami II. of 425 East 18th'Street, Hialeah, announce the birth''of their son, Joseph Shalom. The new arrival joins his brothers, Akiva and Dovid.' Rabbi Ettinger is spiritual leader of the 1 Hiaieah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center. ft ft ft Mrs. Sarah C. Budlow is now at home in her new residence at the Stephen Foster Hotel, 6300 Collins Avenue. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. E. Stn Street Phone t-HOI AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner Registrations Now Being Accepted | Tfe /C/iAWAV* Nursery and Kindergarten; 741 DADE BIVD. 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PAGE 8 Dorris Jane's Troth To Dr. Drexel Told By David Haasus The engagement of their daughter, Dorris Jane, to Dr. Gustave L. Drexel, son of Mr. and Mrs. MarDrexel. 1676 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, is announced by Mr and Mrs. David Haas. Santa Monica, California. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Jewish Hospital School of Nursing. Cincinnati. Ohio. She at tended the University of CaliforBarbara Ann Gross, Saul Genet Set Date For November 3rd Mr. and Mrs. Harry L, Gross. Forest Hills. Long Island, New York, announce the engagement of rheir daughter. Barbara Ann. to Mr. Saul Genet, son of Mr. and I Mrs. Harry Genet. 5101 Lakeview j Drive. Miami Beach. Miss Gross and Mr. Genet met | early in September of this year, while both were vacationing at Grossingers in New York. Miss Gross is a graduate of Stella Elkins Tyler School of Fine Arts. Temple University. Mr. Genet is a graduate of the University of Miami and is a member of the law firm of Genel & Genet He is a member of the Florida Bar Association. Dade County Bar Association. Miami Beach Bar Association, the Housing Authority of the City of Miami Beach, member and recently an officer of the Exchange Club of Miami Beach and other civic and religious organizations The wedding has been set for November 3rd. at the Plaza in New York City gUkcrs XVecU^l Miami Caniea HjiJ Dr. and Mrs David A^ 1 her were wed in a ^T 1 jnoWjgaturday % %  %  hoye of the bride's SL\ **rt*h Rabbi Max Bun^f fidated at the r.rornonT -. The bride is th.for,-,. Mae Leeper. daughter TV"! Mrs. Louis Leeper. 310 SW 51 Court. Dr. Bittker s p^?, **< Mr. and Mrs. Irving BmtepJ j ester, New York. !" *P Newlywed Mrs Bittker Wfc &. en marriage by h, r paf nls JJ David Brown was her only JS§ ant. The brides brother. £m Miss Barbara Ana Crou Miss Dorris J. Haas nia at Los Angeles and graduated from the School of Public Health Nursing at the University of Hawaii. During World War II. she served in the Army Nurse Corps. Dr. Drexel graduated from the University of Miami, where he received the BS degree. He was franted the PhD degree from Northern University. He is now principal of the Drexel Private School of Miami Beach. Dr. Drexel held the Southern United States chess championship three times. LocalJMtssah Groups Open Season With Whirl Of Social, Member Affairs Miss Dweres Plans Wedding October 31 The engagement of their daughter. Shirley, to Mr Stanley Druker i< announced by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dweres. 800 82nd Street. Miami Beach The bride-elect is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. Mr. Druker. of Montreal, gradu ated from the Strathcona Academy there. He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harris Druker. The couple are planning an October 31st wedding in New York. Jeanne Gillson Weds In Informal Setting In an informal setting at 935 Fairway Drive. Miami Beach. Miss Jeanne Gillson. daughter of Mrs. Hilda Gillson. 1016 Biarritz Drive, i and Port Jervi>. New York, became the bride of Gerald J. Green. I son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Greenberg. 2213 Calais Drive, on September 26th. Judge Kenneth Oka officiated. The bride was given in marriage | The Stephen S. '.ViseGroup of by Dr. Stanley Frehling^ Matron j H adassah wi"mwt on October of honor was Mrs. H. V. Green who .„. ._ ...*, UMl ,. ~„. wore a light blue linen sheath ,2,h l23 P m • %  at ,ne Monte Car lo Hotel. Presented will be a skit entitled. A Date With Hadassah. • • • Menorah Group Annual membership tea and installation of Menorah Group of Ha dassah will be held at the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Monday, October 12th, 1 p.m. After her installation, Mrs. Daniel Cravitt. new president, will welcome members and all prospective members. Vice pntwdent in charge of membersWUP Mi* Seymour Schulner, will award silver pins to those who have brought in the greatest number of new members. Mrs. Sol Weinkle will be honored as a life member. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, who will report on Hadassahs relationship to Israel. Feature of the afternoon is Special Edition, a musical comedy skit directed by Mrs. Joel Meyer, program chairman. The cast will be accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Saul Von Zamft. • • • Mount Scopus Group Mrs. Irwin Liss will wield the gavel for the second term at Mount Scopus Group of Hadassah during an installation luncheon to be held at the San Juan Restaurant. 2436 SW 8th Street, 12:30 p.m.. on Oc tober 12th A skit, Jenny Makes Up Her Mind, directed by Jack M Cohen, will be presented. Mrs David Sernaker is program chairman. • • • Hanna Senesch Group Hanna Senesch Group will hold its first meeting at the Sagamore Hotel on October 12th. 115 p.m. The new president, Mrs. William Feuer. will preside. Hadassah's program to aid HMO. the medical project in Israel, and Youth Aliyah. child rescue and rehabilitation, will be presented to members. A Sukkah Playlet will be rendered by the Hanna Senesch Theatrical Troupe. OfaW /. vrooa — Pfcato by Arrtmor* j dress with orchid corsage. Mr. H I V. Green, brother of the groom, was best man The bride selected a sapphire blue silk taffeta ballerina-length dress and carried a Bible covered with white orchids. A catered reception followed the ceremony for family and friends. The couple are motoring through Florida and upon their return will make their home at 1016 Biarritz Drive. Louis Pokress and his bride from New York, the former Blanche Morganstern, were married in the Roney Plaza Hotel on October 2nd. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Pokress is a Miami Beach realtor. Upon their return from a honeymoon in Cuba, the couple will live at 4900 Lakeview Drive. Hoscnstein, Solomon Betrothal Revealed Mr and Mrs Samuel Rosenstein, of 687 SW 19th Road. Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter. Teri, to Marvin Solomon, son of Mrs. Esther Solomon. 780 NW 42nd Avenue, and the late Benjamin Solomon. The bride-elect graduated from Miami Technical High School and Charron-Williams. Mr. Solomon, formerly of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, graduated from Westing house High School and served in the Army He is now attending Charron-Williams. The couple has not yet announc ed a date for their wedding. Shalom* Group Details of the November bazaar to be staged by Shaloma. Herzl and Stephen S. Wise Groups of Hadassah will be discussed at the regular meeting of the Shaloma Group on October 12th, 1 p m. in the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium. Mrs Samuel Lepow is bazaar chairman for the Shaloma Group. Funds raised are earmarked for of Education Chairman Mrs. Philip the medical and child welfare projects maintained by Hadassah in Israel. Members will be invited to attend discussion group meetings to be conducted under the leadership | Geller. First meeting is scheduled for October 26th. • • • Deborah Group Deborah Group of Hadassah this week invited members to This Is Hadassah, produced and directed by Mary Wynn, on Monday, October 12Ui, 1 p.m., at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. • • • Hard Group Herzl Group. of Hadassah wtlf hold its annual membership tea' for members and prospective new members in the home of Mrs. Samuel Oritt, 810 Lakeview Drive, on| Monday, October 12th, at 1 p.m. Mrs. J. H. Witt, membership chairman, Mrs.. Aaron Newman,' co-chairman, and Mrs. Barney Weinkle, life membership chairman, are in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Sidney Ross is in charge of the program, Mrs. Louis Adler will assist. H.nri.Ma Siold Group The Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah resumed its weekly card parties on Thursday afternoons at the Algiers Hotel. • • • Israeli Group Officers and Board members of the Israeli Group of Hadassah will be hostesses at an installation luncheon in Temple Beth Sholom on Monday. October 12th, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Alexander Kogan, past president of the Miami Beach Group of Hadassah. will be installing officer Chairman for the afternoon is Mrs Irving Westin. Officers to be installed are the Mesdames Harry M. Kaplan, president; Ben Hammerman, David Koch and Irwin Stein, vice presidents; Louis Shapiro, financial secretary; Nan Bernstein, recording secretary; Ira Krivitzen. corresponding secretary; and David Joseph, treasurer. I i Mrs. Dtvid A. Billku Leeper, was bc-t man. A rectM tion in the garden followed tarj marriage vows. The bride is a resident of CMtfl land, Ohio, having just graduated] from Cleveland's Mount Sinai Hit] pital School of Nursing. tended Cleveland College fo: j years. Dr. Bittker came to Clevelaifl from Rochester t<> work as a n>5 search chemist at the Lewis I Propulsion Laboratories. He, deived his undergraduate dej ifrom Cornell University PhD degree from the UnKifc$| of Rochester. Lieberman Mai* Mitzvah Michael Lieberman. son o. and Mrs. J. Lieberman, will berif! Bar Mitzvah on Saturday October 10th. P 30 am. Zamora Jewish Center Rabbi M*tj M. Landman will offici ate,/ff^ Cantor David Bag'-ey ana ieffa Rudolph K. Brill assisting? WT Bar Matsvah will be honored duN ing Friday evening service* I night /inner Bar Mitzvah Friday evening services at the Zamora Jewish Center will be dedicated to Howard Zinner. son of Mr and Mrs. S. Zinner. whose Bar Mitzvah at the Center will take place on, Saturday morning. October 10th. 080 am Rabbi Max M. Landman will officiate, with Cantor David Bagley and Reverend Rudolf E. Brill o(fidatlng Aaron Kann* jj* Mr*. dent of the Gteam m~ : Section of the NationalW^ cU of Jewish Won*^JP •tailed at a n**"** J>i Miami and Miami ** vision, on October W Martinique Hotel



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PAGE 6 +Jeist> ncrMton Friedlcmd Tp Be Installed As Vice Chairman In N.Y. Samuel Fnetfland, Miami Beach communal leader, will be installed* HS vice chairman of the Campaign Committee of the National Planning C o mmittee ~ f the Jewish Theological Sem.nary, the Rabbinical Assembly | _nd the United i Friedland it Synagogue, at the Seminary"s October 4th Convocalion, part of the Jubilee celebration of its incor poration marking ihe opening of the academic year 19531954. vas announced here this week by Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor. Friedland. a member of the ?<>ard of Overseers of the Semi-; nary, is founder and chairman of •he Board of Food Fair Stores. Inc. \ctive in civic and philanthropic jffairs. Friedland. a fellow of Branj ieis University. Waltham. Massachusetts, is president of the Miami -Jeach Jewish Center and vice • resident of Mount Sinai Hospital of Oreater Miami. The Main address at the convocation will be delivered by Paul ; G. Hoffman, former administrator f the Economic Cooperation Ad-. linistration. past president of the Ford Foundation and chairman of] 1 he Board of the Studcbaker Cororation. n American DeposItsSetMUL^ i American Bank of Miami ToU1 deposJts ^ to W5.754.197, an £• %  Pa Pan came up with all-time records in total resources and deposits on September* 30th, according to Theodore A. Davis, Jr., president. The bank's report in response to the call of the comptroller shows total resources of $37,711.$8,419,352 over the ocrta* Jported a year ago. ^"^M Loans and discoi Uo bet *<0th totaled $7,8441*1 crease of $1.627,057' ^jj 971, an increase of $8,07,077 over ,$6^17.109 reported to h. he ,i 0 o tal rePOrted n ^ Ptember ing on September 5 ££** •.: ^, ^HOROlTZ-lRGllffl PORULOO NOODli" The Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom will hold its annual dinner dance and installation of officers on Sunday, October 25th, 7 p.m., at the Saxony Hotel. Bill Masur (left) and Emanuel Goldstrich are seen checking the growing list gt reservations and arranging the program of entertainment and dancing. IT THE IAKEIS OF "OVEN CUSP'' (U H S A IT E D| MUZO Young Israel Has Member Meeting Young Israel Synagogue of Miami Beach opened its 1953-1954 \ear with a general membership %  neeting on Wednesday evening. Presiding in the absence of Presi• ien Solomon Lobel was Jacob Kaufman, vice president. According to Kaufman, the {ends for the meeting included review of activities and projects 1 Youna Israel Synagogue during the past year. Albert Broad prepared and submitted a complete linancial report. Of major interest (0 the membership was an outline t the proposed building and expansion program of Young Israel •-ynagogue for the forthcoming >ear by David Goldstein, chairman :f the Building Committee. A Nominations Committee was appointed to prepare a slate for election of officers and directors. Rabbi Kronish In North Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. flew to New York Sunday to attend the Executive Board meeting of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. The CCAR is the national body of the Liberal Rabbinate in America. At its national annual convention last June. Rabbi Kronish was elected to serve on the Executive Board. Israelite Center Men To Elect The Men's Club of the Israelite (enter will hold election of officers at its meeting on Wednesday, October 14th, 8:30 p.m. — -=l Z. fiabbl )oMDh E. Raekoraky $4$ Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-359S Let See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-481$ — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life In*. U. •07 BUoynt Bldg. It W. Flagler St. PARKWAY Retail KOSHER Wholesale 1255 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0968 fine. Medium, Brood Tempting...wholesome.,7 delicious...reol howe-ma* flavor! Economi(ol!! Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. 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