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

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i^la^vifelbJEIlDipidliiciun
VOLUME 28Number 1
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1954

PRICE: TEN CENTS
Adenauer Government
Gives Old Guard Nazis
High Official Positions
By SAM MILLER
JTA
BONNGermany\s chief executive Konrad Adenauer formally completed his Cabinet three months
ilier his unprecented triumph in the Bundestag elections. In examining the make-up of the Chancellor's
Cabinet, it is well to bear in mind that, thanks to the absolute parliamentary majority he won for his own
party, the tough, old man enjoyed a fairly free hand in making his selections. He was able to pick and
choose, moreover, from among the entire four-party coalition he formed.
So as to make sure of a Constitution-changing two-thirds majority, the Chancellor slaked the ap-
petites of ambitious politicians by creating more Ministers than Germany has ever known before. At
present, the count stands at 19, and already the government bench in the Parliamentary chambers will
not hold them all. Next year a Minister of Defense and a Minister for Foreign Affairs are to be added.
Prisoners of Nazism Conspicuously Missing
The careers and beliefs of the 19 run the gamut from old-line liberal republicanism to romantic Guel-
phic monarchism. The protagonist of land reform, whom his opponents dubbed a "red" 25 years ago, rubs
shoulders with the sleek mine operator and financier. Next to the unpretentious ex-carpenter, who never
went beyond elementary school, sits the holder of two doctorates. The bitterly anti-Nazi unionist must
li ntf with the one-time Nazi bigshot. About so heterogeneous a group few generalizations can be
mad< -ave that in its composition many trends of German public life to the right of the Social Democrats
liected.
A (ew years ago, those who suffered grievously at the hands of Nazism were considered Germany's
Mik' lemational moral asset." That group, however, is not represented in the new Government to any
great extent. None of the 19 Ministers went into exile during the Third Reich. None has relatives who
wire hounded or put to death. Not a single one saw the outside of a concentration camp. The brown-
r*%iirt- .md the blackskirts, the secret police and the omnipresent party functionaries did not consider any
oi thm sufficiently dangerous to the regime. Two or three were arrested for brief periods, it is true, and
se\er..l lost their government or trade union jobs; a fair portion were inwardly opposed to the antics
and crimes of Nazism. But only oneJakob Kaiserfelt strong enough about it to conspire against Hitler,
and he managed to elude the clutches oi the Gestapo.
The Mm Ministers and the Nreet Reparations Pact
In the span of a few years, Germany has climbed back to the status of a great power. From the
Mmutries of Bonn, impulsesfor good or for badwill radiate throughout Europe, and beyond. Jews in
particular are watching with apprehension and misgivings, yet at times with a glimmering of hope.
Where do the 19 stand? /
To examine their attitude on problems of general moment would lead too far afield. With regard
lo specifically Jewish questions, the record of a number is either unknown or too spotty to permit the
drawing of hard-and-fast conclusions. Their overall political conduct over the past 30 years furnishes a
Ijirly reliable guide, however, and from it one can deduce that seven, at least, are hostile to Jews and
i-sues of Jewish concern.
This deduction can be corroborated by one illuminating criterion. On March 18th. 1953. the Israel
l:paraiions Agreement came up for ratification in the Bundestag, of which most members of the present
Cabinet were deputies. Those'who liberately and ostentatiously abstained from voting on that occasion,
cli -avowing Chancellor Adenauer in the process, may certainly be regarded as hostile.
Five of the MinistersHellwege, Preusker, Fritz Schaeffer, Strauss and Wuermelingfall into that
category. With respect to two others. Kraft and Oberlaender. there can be little doubt that, had they but
been in the Bundestag, they would have turned against the reparations past.
Some seven Ministers of the new Adenauer Government, in other words, came out against a gesture
of amends for the monstrous crimes committed in Germany's name. Their action highlights the pro-
loundly disturbing trends which found expression in the new Government, trends which are symbolized
by the blithe disregard of the resolution adopted by the first Adenauer Cabinet that no Naxi Party mem-
ber, and of course no one who had voluntarily belonged to the Storm Troops or to the SS, could hold
a top government job.
Sinister Figur.s in the Cabinet
The most disquieting appointment of them all is that of Dr. Theodor Oberlaender (BHE Refugee Par-
tv) as Minister for Refugee and Expellee Affairs. He worked in the Soviet Union in the early thirties,
but it was Nazism which gave focus to the young agronomist's uncoordinated existence Hitler had barely
moved into the Reich Chancellery when Oberlaender rushed his application for membership to the Nazi
Party. He also joined the roughneck Storm Troops, in whose brownshirted ranks he attained a captaincy.,
With such qualifications to his credit, he wangled a university chair for "Agricultural Policy in 1934,
' NaffMinuter of Education Rust was so impressed by his political endowments that a couple of years
later, he made him director of the Nazi Institute for East European Questions and at the same time.
Professor of Constitutional Law at Greifswald U.iversity-th,s even though he had never^Judrcd la^
But perhaps the most telling indication of the great esteem m which he was he d in high NazQuarters
i- hi. 1939 appointment to the top national leadership-Reichsfuehrer, no >es,^' Je,.!^gun '" G*rd
Warburg, Schwartz to Speak
At CJA Initial Gift Affair
Wonderful! is this young Israeli's reaction to the news that
powdered milk in the Jewish State will soon end as a steady
substitute. Increased supplies oi milk are being made pos-
sible as a result of expanded agricultural programs financed
by Israel Bond investments.
Syrians Object to UN
Ruling; Seek Veto Power
of the country's distinguish-
<'' ha; .initarian personalities will
*>hare the spotlight at Greater Mi
emi s i Mnbined Jewish Appeal ini-
"ipaign to support Jewish
m Israel, overseas and in
this mtry.
Acurrling to an announcement
by Aaron M Kanner, campaign
"airman, the social affair sched-
ule! for Sunday. 7 p.m.. January
th. at the Di Lido Hotel, will
feature Edward M. M. Warburg.
general chairman of the United
Jewuh Appeal, and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, UJA executive vice
chairman, as guests of honor. Many
other nationally known leaders in
the fields of philanthropy, religion
and community welfare will also
be on hand to participate in the
program.
The Appeals Inaugural dinner,
described by Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation leaders as the "big-
gest advance gift event in cam-
paign history." is expected to at-
tract some 500 persons.
Samuel C. Levenson. chairman ot
the Initial Gifts Division, heads a
long list of community leader* who
have planned for several weeks
to insure success of the pre-cam-
paign event. According to Kanner.
the community-wide phase of this
year's CJA campaign will be an-
nounced shortly.
Levenson stated that the inaug-
ural dinner will play a major role
in shaping the Combined Jewish
Appeal destinies, and he was join-
ed by Kanner in the announce-
ment that the event should "ex-
ceed all existing records of com-
munity generosity."
Warburg has been a leading fig-
Centinued en Pape 2 A
JTA
UNITED NATIONS American
diplomacy, which recently has
been the recipient of much unfav-
orable criticism over the gyrations
of its Middle East policies, was
praised last week in many United
Nations quarters for the firmness
it displayed in the Syrian-Israeli
dispute over the Bnot Yaakov hy-
droelectric project before the Se-
curity Council.
When Arab opposition to the
three-power draft resolution, which
denied Syria a veto right over de-
velopments in the demilitarized
zone and referred settlement of
the dispute to UN true chief Major
Vagn Bennike, received sufficient
support from the Soviet Union, Na
tionalist China and Pakistant to
make its adoption extremely dubi
ous, the Arab States through Leb
anon, a member of the Council, of-
fered "compromise" texts which
would ensure favorable action.
United Nations Secretary Gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold stood
firmly before the proposals and
fc-- ------------------lt.ll
pee nsMMeerssfeM
. steads fine
counter proposals as throughout a
hectic day of consultations and ne-
gotiations last week the United
States delegation refrained even
from consideration of the Leban-
ese proposals for modifying the
three-power draft in a manner to
imply that Syrian consent was ne-
cessary for projects in the demili-
tarized zone.
Henry' Cabot Lodge, chief Amer-
ican delegate, took no part in the
talks with the Lebanese and point-
edly showed a lack of concern with
them. It is understood that the
Americans, along with the British
and French, had given the Israelis
powerful assurances when they
submitted their draft resolution
that a basic principle was that no
Syrian consent was needed for pro-
jects in the demilitarized zone
Israel's representative to the
! United Nations. Abba S. Eban,
l stressed that the resolution and the
1 clarifying speeches had to be con-
sidered as an entity and the
speeches should be considered as
clarification of points in the reso-
lution. Mr. Eban returned here
Monday from a brief respite on Mi-
ami Beach to argue these points
further.
The Syrian delegate sharply dis-
sented. He asserted that there were
considerable variations in the state-
ments by the three delegations and
only the resolution itself, not the
speeches, was to be the subject of
vote.
In introducing the resolution,
Mr. Lodge stressed the American
viewpoint that final decision in the
matter must rest with the UN
Chief of Staff. He took the posi-
tion that development projects con-
sistent with the armistice agree-
ment which were "in the general
interest" and did not infringe on
the rights of others should be "en-
couraged."


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Warburg, Dr. Schwartz to Appear at
CJA's Initial Gifts Dinner January 10th
Will 0UU1 I :
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inferred h ,he I H U fj JU.U gy *g
,ualh even countr, Europe J J^aj^nT^tate .1
ure in mobilizing law scale Amer- w ,T, .W- P
ican aid which has brought half I dk. East and Nor
Continued from Page 1 A
million refugees lo Israel and ha-
provided relief aid to more than
a million distressed Jews ovor>ea-
An outstanding speaker, he has
since 1945 given active leader-hip
to some of the largest and most
dramatic efforts undertaken on a
voluntary basis to rescue men.
women and children, stateless and
impoverished by war and disaster
Warburg is also chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee
through which United Jewish Ap
peal funds have been channeled
to help one million homeless per-
sons in more than 30 countries
since the end of World War II
Warburg in 1949 took a direct
In 1945. imw
the war's end in Europe. -<
reqw si
- rvev tour of the then :
d displaced
camps in the
occupation Their report -
t comprehensive presenl
the American people i
the plight ol Bar pi displaced
perv :
Prior to joining the JDC Dr
Schwartz served with distinction a-
an educator and scholar He is ar.
auth<>: ~ : Semitic
Literature
Carl Wemkle. president
Danny Hutner Poem*
EC 5S STyIS^ Published in Macjaxine.
"WfOWOld nanny Hutner will
ban two poem* published shortly.
|i0| t,. word wtio',1 hore.
\ Rower will appear in the Jan-
uarv issue of Wee Wisdom, whose
editors recently tent tte jt*JT
membenhip card, la the
don Writers' Guild
sk% light*, another poem by me
youthful writer has been acceptM
I ubtteaUofl bj Highlights For
Children
Danny is the son of Mr ;in<1 Mrs.
Malavsky Concert
Th.
pre-,-.'. ''",''
Auditorium on Jani
tj, En| -M and a li-
turgical repertoire
nUDAY. lANtUov. ,J
Herbert H. Hutner. 1143 s*
Avenue^ He is 1 student ,,^,1
ami Hebrew School and
tion. m
expressefl lion at the 1
and Dr Schwartz -
nation in the progn
\\> ar- wi these
Internationa! Mrtboritfel on refu
gee probit -- I hon-
or." Weiakle stated "They have
a \ist and intimate knowled-
tfcc c:-r a :- Meau ovohcd ia
-norement of people aad
Dr Schwartz have re;
turned from an emergency eoa
Israel attended b> Jewish
part in planning and organizing <>. Federation
the mass airlift transfer to Israel
of virtually the entire Jewish com-
munity of Yemen. The Jews of
Yemen, more than 45.000 in all.
had trekked out of that country
over hundreds of miles of desert
and malarial swampland to escape
mounting Arab persecutions.
With Warburg at the helm the
JDC dispatched a corps of workers
to meet these refugee- ts
entered the British
of Aden, and from there I
to Israel on what soon became
world famous as the Uagk ."arpM
airlift.
Earlier. Warbur; k a
number of persona! toun
placed persons cer-
Europe, and in 1947
ed plan and organize :~.i
famed Marseilles Pi
Embarkation for I-r
port" sent tens : -
Jewish DP's to I--
weeks of spec:i -
al and reha -- rim-
possible with :'.-;-
the CJA
Dr. Schu -
as head of re-
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.V IANUARY I. 1954
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abbi Lehrman to be Honored
Ireater Miami Jewry will honor
[< irvinc Lohrman Sun
n the OcCMioi of the 101*
.. rsary nt ms serv'c as spiriP
leader of the Miami Beach Jew-
Center. Approximately 800
r and religious leaders are ex-
H,.l to attend the testimonial
Ener at the new Di Lido Hotel. A
k-ption at 6 p.m. will precede the
Iiction, scheduled to begin at 7.
>uring Rabbi Lehrman's tenure
the (enter, the congregation
grown from a membership of
[.. than 200 families to include
ne 1.000 families. From its be-
nning in a remodel private home
Euclid Avenue to the present,
il.Tti structure at 1701 Wash-
!ton Avenue embraces the physi
story of one of the nation's
gest Conservative synagogues.
Dr Simon Greenberg, vice chan-
rllnr of the Jewish Theological
ainary of America and vice
id.'nt of the faculties at the
ninary. will be the principal
eaker at the dinner. Dr. Green
erg is the executive director of
be I niversity of Judaism in Los
^ngeles and former executive dl-
tctiir of the United Synagogue of
Imerica.
Samuel Friedland. president of
(enter and general chairman
the dinner, announced that
eome J. Talianoff, vice president
hf the (enter, is serving as pro-
Irani chairman. Samuel J. Halperin
Alfred Stone also are mem
,-r- of the program committee.
Charles H. Fruchtman is chair-
man of the Arrangements Commit-
tee Other members are Allen
Goldberg. Mr,. George Goldberg,
Mrs Joseph A. Berman. Joseph M
Rose and Harry Sirkin.
Mrs. Samuel Friedland and Mrs
Charles Fruchtman are co-chair
men of the Hostesses Committee
Charles Bender. Mrs Berman and
Mrs. Ira C. Walsey are the Decora-
tions Committee co-chairmen. Max
C. Billig and Gerald Schwartz are
colchairmen of the Publicity Com-
mittee.
Dr. Kurt Peiser, former vice
president of the University of
Pennsylvania, will serve as toast-
master. Since assuming his position
as assistant to the chairman of the
Board of Food Fair Stores. Dr.
Peiser has played an active role in
Florida communal affairs.
An original dramatic presenta-
tion, A Decade Of Dedication, a
tribute to Rabbi Lehrman's 10
years here, will be produced and
directed by Prof. Sam Hirsch.
Working together with Prof.
Hirsch in the preparation of the
script were Mrs. Berman, Allen
Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Stone and Mrs. Walsey.
Among out-of-town guests who
will attend are Dr. Abraham A.
Neuman, president of Dropsie Col-
lege in Philadelphia, and Rabbi
Solomon Moseson, of Akron. Ohio,
who is Rabbi Lehrman's brother-in
law.
Greetings will be extended by
Dr. Wiley Scott, president of the
Clergy Council of Miami Beach,
and by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Florida Rabbinical As-
sociation. The invocation will be
given by Rabbi Moseson, and the
benediction will be offered by Rab-
bi Simon April, president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associa-
tion.
Rabbi Lehrman is a graduate of
the Jewish Institute of Religion in
New York City. He was spiritual
Burns Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Kalman C.
Burns, formerly of 2543 Pinetree
Drive. Miami Beachwill take place
on Sunday. January 3rd, 11:30 a.m.,
at Mount Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
Mr. Burns is survived by his wife,
Lillian; four daughters. Mrs. Ellen
Mae Cohen, Greensboro, North
Carolina; Mrs. Gloria Berger, Buf-
falo, New York; Mrs. Roslyn Silver-
man, Chicago, Illinois; and Miss
Joyce Burns. Mr. Burns also leaves
his son. Maurice. Arrangements
are in charge of Thurmond Monti
I ment Company. Friends and rela-
. tives are asked to attend.
ffafebi Irving Lehrman
Weiss Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Weiss, formerly of 433 SE 4th
Street, Hialeah. took place Tues-
day, December 29th. 2:30 p.m.. at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Si-
mon April officiating. 'Mr. V.
is survived by two sons, Joseph
and Carl; also a daughter Mrs.
Helen Schwartz, and seven grand-
children. Arrangements were in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company.
leader of Temple Shomrei Emunah
in Montclair, New Jersey, prior to
assuming his local pulpit.
The Rabbi is a member of the
Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
and a member of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America. He is south-
eastern chairman of the American
Tecbnion Society.
Members of. the general commit-
tee, headed by Friedland, are
Ben Binder. Max Boderman. Leo
Chaikin, Morris Cohen, Henry
Cove, Irving Cypen. Lewis Escott,
Dr. Jack J. Falk. Bernard Feiner,
Mauer H. Frankel, Ben Zion Gins-
burg. Albert Goldman, Nat Han-
koff, Leon B. Jacobs. Benjamin
Kline, Harry KoreUky, Morris
Kricgel, Samuel Lipton. Abraham
Mason, Dr. Herman Mechlowitz.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Joseph
Postol, Samuel Rivkind, Bernard
Rodins, Milton Sirkin, Irving
Schatzman, Ed Singer, Alex Suss-
man, Michael Tose, Henry Waitz-
kin and Milton Weinman.
Burns Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Charles
Burns, formerly of 434 SW 30th
Road, will be held Sunday, January
3rd. 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiat
ine. Mr. Burns is survived by his
wife Mary, one brother Robert and
one sister Mamie Hansen. He was
a veteran of 37 years with the US
Navv. Arrangements are in charge
of Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Laskowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Nathan
Laskowitz, formerly of 44 SW 11th
Avenue, was held Monday, Decem-
ber 28th, 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memo'-
rial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Si-
mon April officiating. He is sur-
vived by two daughters, including
Mrs. Anne Branstein of Miami;
three sons and one brother.
Arrangements were in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
1,500 Attend Groundbreaking for New
Beth Sholom Sanctuary on Miami Beach
Or. Siasa 6ntmhr$
Miss Sylvia Peskoff
fosses Away Suddenly
Miss Sylvia Peskoff. 48. of 1759
4th Street, died Saturday in a
, hospital. She had been a Miami
-ident 12 years, coming from
* York Two brothers, William
i Max, both of Miami, survive,
ervices were held Monday in
' Miami Beach Riverside Me
'monal Chapel, with burial in Mt.
Sir,11 Cemetery. Rabbis Moses
atescheloff and Simon April offi-
ciated.
USY Delegates at Convention
Beth David Synagogue delegates
to the United Synagogue Youth
Convention being held in Atlantic
City, New Jersey, this week are
Kenneth Sher, afoahe Shapiro and
Stanley Rose, according to an an-
nouncement this week.
Leon J. Ell, president of Temple
Beth Sholom, this week announc-
ed that $280,845.33 has already
been pledged towards the Building
Fund for the Temple's new House
of Worship, the goal for which is
$500,000.
The campaign was launched in
March, 1953. under the general
chairmanship of Judge Kenneth
Oka, with James M. Albert as co-
chairman. Under the leadership of
John Serbin, who organized the
Committee of 100 Beth Sholom
Builders, the campaign brought to
fruition groundbreaking cere-
monies on December 20th.
Some 600 children of Beth Shol-
om Religious School followed the
Miami Beach High School Band in
a parade inaugurating the Sunday
ceremonies. With the band play-
ing the Building Fund theme song,
Charles Silvers, chairman of the
Construction Committee, began the
groundbreaking which launched
the construction of the new House
of Peace before some 1,500 per-
80nS- J J V
Greetings were extended by
Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami
Beach, Rabbi Irving Lehrman on
behalf of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association, and the Rev.
Wiley Scott, Minister of the Com-
munity Church, on behalf of the
Miami Beach Clergy Council. The
invoeation was recited by Rabbi
Morris Skop, of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. A special highlight
of the opening greetings was a
brief address by Mrs. Jane Fisher,
wife of the pioneer builder of Mi-
ami Beach, Carl Fisher.
Rabbi Leon Kronish led the con-
gregation in prayer, while Cantor
Samuel Kelemer directed the Sis-
terhood and Religious School Chor-
al Groups. Rabbi Kronish high-
lighted the fact that the real foun-
dation of the new structure was
symbolized by the three flags wav-
ing from the temporary platform
standing on the exact spot where
the new altar will be. "The flag of
the Jewish faith represents the
brotherhood of Israel, the flag of
the United States represents the
larger brotherhood of American
democracy and the flag of the
United Nstions represents the still
larger brotherhood of all human-
ity." the Rabbi said.
Honorary Building Fund chair-
man. Samuel Beckerman. whose
$25,000 gift launched the cam-
paign, "broke the ground" with a
shovel. He was followed by Sil-
vers and members of the Construe-
Palmer Testimonial
Set January 10th
The newly opened Sterling Hotel
at 6767 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, will be the scene of a tes-
timonial dinner banquet January
10th tendered to Sidney H. Pal-
mer upon the termination of his
fifth term as president of Congre-
gation Beth El.
Attorney and well known toast-
master Ben Essen will be in charge
of the festivities for the evening.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky.
spiritual leader of the congrega
tion, assisted by Max Silver and Al
Zeesman. are in charge of arrange-
ments.
Guests of honor will include Hon.
Abe Aronowitz of Miami and Hon-
orable Harold Shapiro of Miami
Beach, as well as a number of lead-
ing Rabbis and Cantors here. Presi
dents of other congregations have
also been invited.
Palmer, who has been a resident
of Miami for many years, is well
known in the greater Miami area
Kaplan Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
David Kaplan, formerly of 2218
Alton Road. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. January 3rd. 12
noon, at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
Mr. Kaplan is survived by his wife
Anna; two sons, Edward and Jul-
ius; also four daughters, Miss
Gladys, Mrs. Lillian Lubin, Mrs.
Zelda Silver, and Mrs. Lora Kranz-
dorf, all of Miami Beach: also one
brother, two sisters, nine grand-
children and two great grandchil-
dren. Mr. Kaplan was a member
of the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
tion Committee and the Campaign
Cabinet.
These included James M. Albert.
Joseph L. Arkin. John N. Serbin,
j Judge Kenneth Oka. Ralph Spero.
Samuel Stein. Harry Dinnerstein.
Mrs. Bert S. Klee. Morry B. Mor-
ris, David Pollack, David Provus,
Dr. Alexander Robbins. Burnett
Roth, Dr. Norman J. Russ, Samuel
Segal, J., Daniel Sepler. Walter
Jacobs. Hank Meyer. Louis J. Kren-
sky, Sidney D. An.mm and Morris
Alpert.
The shovels were then handed
to Honorary Trustees George Coh-
en, I. C. Greenberg, Abraham
Sen iff and Abraham Zinnamon and
to the presidents of the Temple's
affiliates. Mrs. Bert S. Klee. of the
Sisterhood. Jack A. Abbott, of the
Men's Club. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan,
of the PTA. and John Serbin, Jr..
president of the Confirmation
Class of 1954. Ell spoke in the
name of the official family.
The gold shovels were then
handed to representatives of those
who made designated gifts: Charles
Fruchtman. Herbert Lincik. Jonas
Brotnyin. Helen Rajna and Dr. Wil-
liam Bernstein.
L..
View of the large crowd
which attended Temple Beth Sholom'. groundbreaking ceremony.
MARTIN GARRO
l. of km Jefferson Ave Miami
Beach Btlrcken with .i heart attack Mi.
liarron was treasurer of the .Miami
Beach Moose Lodge, vice presldi
lbs iii*- Hundred I'luh, and a mem-
l,.'i of KniKlits of Pythias and the
South Beach Man's Plub. He la sur
Vlvad bjr his wife. Hannah. .1 eon.
Joseph; two dauuhters. ilr- Harriet
Ellison ami Mi.. Margaret Borfcin:
four grandchildren, one. brother jm
fi\r staters, Barvtcea s/era bald irt
Riverside Memorial <"hap.-i. Miami
Beach, with hurlal in Mt Mnal 1
LEGAL HOTJCE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.RKRY CHVRN that
thr undaraaaaed, desiring, k. encase hi
business under the fictitious name of
HOUO MMMIK AND COFFEB
SHOP. .11 :.:"! Blacayna Boulevard,
Intend- to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadd
Count\. Florida.
iAItSAM CORP.
MAC MKR.MKI.I,
Attorne) for Applicant
ll"l lllscayne llldg.
I/I-S-1!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S617I
DOROTHY R. HUUHES, Plaintiff
-against -
JOHN II Hl'UHES. Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Vol. JOHN II III (IHES, residence
unknown, are hereby notified that a
Bill ,.f Complaint for Otvoroa has
l>, in filed against you. anil >ou ara
required to aci ve ,i ropy of your Ans-
er or Pleading to the Itiil of Com
plaint on the plaintiff.- attic
\1\\ 1: SILVER, H22 Key bold llulld-
not. Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Aii-it or Pleading in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 1st day of February,
ltd If >ou fail to do so, Judgment
l>\ lb-fault will be taken against (on
for the relief demanded In the I'.ill
of Complaint
DONE \M> ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this JOth day of December.
K. Fl I.EATHERMAX.
clerk, Circuit Opart,
l>ade County, Florida.
By M. C. tIREEN.
(Circuit Court (real) Depulv cb-ilt
M \x i;.Sll.vi:i:
Attorney for Plaintiff
Id Ituildiug. Miami. Florida
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDOES- COURT
IN AND rOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA: IN PROBATE. No 317S3-B
In III E8T \TE I il
SARAH BERNSTEIN. Deceased
To All Creditors and .mi Person) Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against 8a d
You. and each of you. sre hereby
notified and reunited (,, nrssul an>-
cialtna and demands which you. or
Ihei of you, may have against the
. of SAItvll RERNRTETN, de-
l late of New York County, New
fork, t" tin- iiouoiaiiie Count) Judg-
es of Dads Count*, and file the same
in their offices in tin- Count) Court*
house In Dade County, Florida, with*
In eiiebt calendar months from the
date .-i the first publication hereof.
iiands to 1 on
the legal address of the claimant
to be sworn to and presenteit^ afore*
said, or same \\ ill be barrisd
l>ai. I cember 19, A I > pi:, 1
MILTON BERNHTE1N
As Ancillary Adruiiiistt e
the Estate of
BABAH BERNSTEIN,
Deceased.
KOVNClt MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator
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Miami re by men who hold office in the top echelons of their go
Kichard Nixon, as Vice President of the United State, ha,
A TVnlh Anniversary
Babbi bring Lehanax wil c*
crv evening wifl o tnrHnw be
R lido Bohe :o: ha la yean pulj
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pMMMd Od ieuoert: : n aboui wry b
civic anc pic encbcvoi
la ;)<" z.h w-e cheats bj An QaKttat Mean
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sens COBBpS o: EoRfM ;:.: Is-ne ns DM 2
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pasta .:. (he ?.;::j..::. f*iimiiTiIji z:.: 6m lee
_sz Theological Sam bory d AinBQCS mpte
awrr-ng the CaBMrwcdrM Btovemenl ad bus*
I would r^ :_:.-.. : ~;srasi :. a
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an BsJBBfiCB -.c sorrie pr.ase ad Im -.::
aec-.-a* iin lie lailahaiiileil tdentincatiea aria
bm jew.E- nnmrnmrity m bol .:.* bed one
atowri beek ^ s: coapbti
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cuties in Ihc hfiaani 3e-r:r. Jeifiri "trie- : :.:
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biBileielBf Om copceegolbi erected
dura ae Wari g a leeauc
Ii hes E_-.c becoBM a pe .-
^^ ""--.' be nanoB a -.-.< fej
:es.de-:s.
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bm dosnei ba
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cr.e derc : ..
Heih Nhlom K\pand
-r-wr-.:.: fat W no '"
ifd from a triumphant worid torn dertBf which he brought
of the people of this luaetrj te e whole host <,f
Uni beneath the semi trwpkel sub aed phote
________ bathing suited women. Mr. Nixoa Is a
;nE hero the job well dene, the messenger v,hoi
i hat it' leaders can expect from us. the nms of <*^ uil
.- rep"se
The- other it Abba Eban. Ambasssdor to the United States asll
__ bai beer. Ur.< ^legate to the United Nations, te haste, he armed
a wiurf hfiomi s bwiBB .o-JBuiu) Mi>m ^^^ k Jor a ^^^ rwp|te .^ wa> h-ck MoI-ty^
^;-,--_:1; .:. BM MM :: eijgious srad pa ,. Vork lo n^et the challenge at the UN of seven countries de. |
___ M^. j _, Un. and Sundav -"' -h* d^truction oi the Jewish SUte. He is expected to returi,
Had aEtreoy Mce d :>_ H-hrew -'- ^-- fl .,r Eban W] }oin hu ^e rtmsinel behind here dni|
b mm ccBsBontly erprrarling mm edbca ib\ence He will be as weary as he was lest week as tired(!
... __.*.<.- -euvenng and as skk at heart of double UU ari dowj.I
tor. BBMJBBBI BBd B I lllll"t ...... .
isaaaBBM mi DBBasa dsow B potty- Tbf.^ ve thf |wo .n^ -r^ wealthy and the poor (ether lor nil
M BBOMf saaBBBi l eas* But th* betrts tfc*y *"* to ** Pw^ Of re.)
laxation differ b> breeding and circumstance, and the measure oil
IdBsflBBOBJ --* erecnoii .:. financial p"tr jpporting their respecOre oftscea b not en 1 explain it Israeli poverty, alone, does not coaatJtatc the entire raani
re Baa bbbm a e ^ our ,jf Mf Ehars o.ff^u.es. or does America's rnatniil and mew]
aoBBBl a BBBBJ BBd : a Schoois trial might, in ifelf. bnng ease to Mr. Nixoa.
Tenaaa b*-- Sn^ion. IbbbmI bbbb, oroite
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oaBBsBBBafl n aiBMBi he I
:;e: v; .: j v.. cub 33M I be :-.,:-": :- 9
BBKbn lenrpb oz lacea) s when he co sponsored the Mundt Nixon Bill, and his name at that time
was ei controversial as Joseph R McCarthy's is today.
TJ-e^e:. :
Robi : ziiz znembers
the VICE PRESIDENTS CAREER is in.the heat tradition of
rr>m a more than modest background, he rose to political
height' before his fortieth year and joined the colt of the mo-t snofc-
aristocracy that group which beaks b the glory of m
., j ._ _. meager beginning and which silently challenges ethers to enter its
Hu career in the Senate rode on the crest of country-wire fury,
o:
well Dt : e a

l~ .-. Shabxci batanr
The I'JA Mnrv
a
;. m0Boentua
Neither a< hi candidacy for the office Mr. Nixon now holds a
his period of calm deliberation and an exhibition of passed accomplish-
ment To begin uith he was presented to the American public good
as a contrast for rm running mate. President Eisenhower was
rii\e appealed to the liberal" element, the housewife and the new
voter who could behold in him a safeguard gint all future evil and
a detergent "to clean ->ut the mess." Mr. Nixon, with his career in
inderwnting his political and economic patient, would ex-
old guards fancy the dying hopefuls of Mr. Hoover- era
-" -" ~ee in the vigor of youth the revival of conservative g<
Apped ::-x.;: aeta iindei und Xhe ^P3""00 "' 'car' ""?! from inewstrial asabiti m
mom dmm ma) Btcte bbmb bnm) oe --$*- V: N:T r '"iv ; broiled in contr nat questioned his financial pest, and h^ took
eves Datorc coaare aa bast lo attract the favor of the very people his run-
-lnasiDiii .'- p--------o.....c- Wi' '"*" DUSllv courting. With his wife in the backsround.
....... nocence and pleaded that he was a food husband
- : '- ler b the face of a last minute near repudiation b> his own
ttained nctor, in the November. 1952 electionx.
It was Mr. Nixon who
-.-:- enerej es
Her h-s tmlj risen on high
-/ ....
. ^ -- b<> a* wsm asssa i.\"ii au
JP an impending jurisdictional fiht when Senator McCarthy
Hive Department by saying be had "negotiated"
*ith Greek shipowners He brought together F. D Flana-
Phleter. counsel to the Wisconsin legislator and to
pectively and they worked out the "peace com-
' afterward When, at the suggestion of Stuart
-.. McCarthy sent the I'reMdent a formal inquiry
Position o, x:.ed trade with Red China, the Vice Pr,
r return of the letter, thus avoiding White i:
.:'r;t' n' Nu"n wh" d'^"w that Senators Walter Gorge
d B Rus-sell. powerful minority leaders, felt the l'n
The Vice President ad<
to lunch for that purp-
''> badei ., krut a tender br.i. -.
mber defeat, and thv .- i-... _.ii, .
-
1
. defeat, and thus was at least partialb as
" ; Peration ,n overs,-., maUer5 ln the w
took to hi- world tour, with the Uessin

mate sh.nmg about him.


ABBA EBAN
r. His
IS A DECIDED CONTRAST to his co-vac;
ix-d in intellectual endeavor. He w.. a
I. LOUIS SHOCHET
Founder-The Jewixh noridian
^tt&tfgS. 1333
to io. tout %\mm'
" :ves. !->~ "W" past, the Arab lobby in New York has
-> ".to Capao, HllI Thus Mf Eban ,, caed upon
aasds mm :* ^ front,
lJ. As .1* '**" m offeriBf the white-toothed smile
OMMU, promll "* P""hap$ becomin d"ch-nted with
* iat.on H. glob*Kirdl" *hose presence may iym-
"t-tive of peopu-^ 8T,a,PUr faet f,nder- ^ Eban is ,he
** he ,s no foreiamTf .1 H-raUaa. He is at ease in Zion.
-* can not be discoum^ k I '*' lnl,k* oth*r Nw Eterners. he
'Dd ^ ** V -^ Imu, of tore one mmTmm^t ^"'"^ bi or "^ ~ ^
"rms ^ lt "****. He must be dealt with on WeMern
re*ng toward Jj.L"1 arM 0( th* *orid kurstiag forth and
** flourulung de^C,e,erm'non. Of poor land, he b motirated
CIA's Jadersh.p by taking
a^ve part in the local dri
message-
an
our means.
Much depend, upon our re
Pnxe. fa, ^ Jewish comrau
! ny throughout the
j to us here as
nation looks
a ymbol oi phu-
anthropk endeavor
m urn
w
Ti9eroos tone.
e BMBJI
ear, Mr. ^ ^^^
** "^nrply defined
Hi. future i, vafue. for it
viUI. Mr. Nixoas status b hardly
man his im-
**** battle with the wZ ^U*- '
the Vice President A^!rSln "t0r Whert t,M* *" ,ake him'
]arrival m Miami this ,^lT",m **" phV sfcCactar'* Q"**1
4 tali ,,M* *" ,0 b him en Bkcays* Kay miytell tbe


|y, JANUARY 1. 1954
Jtwidh thrMian
PAGE 5 A
^ra Joyce Shier (Chooses Chant illy Lace
(iablcs Wedding to Alan Altshuler
| Sandra Joyce Shier and Al-
in Altshuler were married
bbi Max Shapiro on Deccm-
Ih in the Coral Gables Wom-
Bub. Mrs. Bernard Apple
iin.I Miss JoAnn Shier, sis
line bride, were honored at-
crown, and she carried a cascade
bouquet of white orchids and car-
nation petals.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Shier, 1236 SW 21st
Terrace, and was given in marriage
by her father. Mr. Altshuler's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alt-
shuler, 210 SW 32nd Avenue.
Bridesmaids were Arlene Drev-
ich, Saundra Prince. Loretta Bern-
stein, Suzanne Payhe, Mona Lovitz
and Sybil Shier, of Macon. Georgia.
Miss Lovitz and Miss Shier are
cousins of the bride.
Acting as best man was Leslie
Lane. Seating guests were Arthur
Pepper, Morton Palmer, Joseph
Block. Marvin Berris, the bride-
groom's cousin, of Brooklyn, Sidney
Shier, the bride's cousin, and Ber-
nard Applebaum.
David Flaxer was soloist, and
Edward Pastroff played the nup-
tual music. A reception at the
clubhouse followed the ceremony.
After a trip to Havana, the couple
will go to Washington, D.C., where
they will be at home after Janu-
ary 4th.
Mrs. Ales AftsaeJtr
Ints in pink taffeta and net
i with blue picture hats. They
led blue iris.
bride was attired in chan-
jkice over pearl satin with lace
jue at the neck and sleeves,
[four-tiered illusion veil fell
a pearl-embroidered lace
bgash, Charloff
d on Saturday
and Mrs. Herman Tragash.
SW 20th Street, announce the
iage of their daughter, Ro-
Sondra. to Arthur Charloff
jturday evening at the Hibis-
Masoni'c Temple. Rabbi Max
iro officiated at the double
ceremony.
e groom is the son of Mr. and
Morris Charloff. 5674 SW 6th
Safra to Read Scroll
At liar Mitzvah Here
Melvin Safra, son of Rev. and
Mrs. A. J. Safra, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at
Congregation Beth Jacob. He will
chant the morning ritual and read
the Weekly Portion of the Tor-
ah. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
officiate.
A reception in the social hall
will follow the ceremony. Rev. and
Mrs. Safra will hold open house
at their home, 202 Washington Av-
enue, Sunday afternoon from 2 to
5 p.m. m
The confirmand, born in Toronto,
Canada, has lived on Miami Beach
for the past 12 years. He is a
former pupil of the Beth Jacob
Religious School and has attended
the local Hebrew Academy since it
The Bar Mitzvch of Nathan
Elliott Gormen, son of Mr.
Joseph Gorman and Mrs. Flor-
aine Gorman, will take place
at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center on Monday, January
4th. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. Nathan is an
eighth grade student at the
Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School and attends the Reli-
gious School of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Miss Wctherhorn
Weds Dr. Blasberg
Miss Norma May Wetherhorn,
daughter of Mrs. RoUie M. Wether-
horn. Coral Gables, and Dr. Ever-
ett G. Blasberg were married on
December 24th by Rabbi Joseph
Narot.
A family dinner followed in the
Sky Room of the Columbus Hotel
in Miami.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and is a graduate of
the University of Georgia. She is
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
and has done social work in Miami
for several years.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. Samuel Blasberg, Miami Beach,
and the late Mrs. Lily Blasberg.
He is a graduate of Ohio State Uni-
versity and served for five years
as s major in the Dental Corps
during World War II.
He is chief of the Dental Staff
of the National children-' Cardiac
Hospital, a member of the Hono-
lulu Consistory, Mahi Shrine. B'nai
B'rith Lodge, Alpha Omega, Na-
tional Dental Association. East
Coast Dental Society and the Mi-
ami Dental Society.
CJA Announces
Appointments
Two prominent Miami Beach
civic workers, Arnold Seeder and
Lou Goldman, have been named
co-chairmen of the Combined Jew-
r*v
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Entertaining Dr. Morton Levin,
of Albany, at their Coral Gables
home, 440 Marmore, are Leo and
Hilary Mindlin. Dr. Levin is As-
sistant Health Commissioner for
the State of New York and an in-
ternationally renowned cancer re-
search specialist. He is Mrs. Mind-
lin's father.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Max Subar, of
Grand Rapids, Michigan, and their
daughter, Judy, have opened their
recently purchased winter home at
1001 West 47th Court, Miami
Beach. Mrs. Subar is a sister of
Mrs. Frank Gordon and daughter
of Mrs. Clara Hochberg, long time
Miami Beach residents.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Neuwirth
entertained 20 guests at their
home, 3420 Sheridan Avenue, on
Sunday, December 27th, in honor
of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Weil, of
Gainesville. Dr. Weil is Dean of
the College of Engineering at the
University of Florida.
ft ft ft
Here from Baltimore, Maryland,
vacationing at the President Mad-
ison Hotel are Mrs. Ann Shochet
and her son, Stephen.
Tucker, Hudd to
Reside in Memphis
A December 6th ceremony unit-
ed in marriage Miss Irene Joyce
Tucker and Dr. Irving M. Rudd.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Grace Tucker and the late Dr. Jos-
eph Allen Tucker.
Dr. Rudd is the son of Mrs. C.
B. Hutsky, of Memphis, Tennessee.
Rabbi Harry W. Ettelson offici-
ated. The bride was given in mar-
riage by Louis Barnett. She wore
imported blue lace trimmed with
pearls and rhinestones and a white
orchid corsage.
A reception followed at the Ho-
tel Peabody. The couple left for'
a wedding trip to New Orleans and
are now at home at 151 Wallace
Road, Memphis.
The bride graduated from Miami
Beach High School and Oberlin
Conservatory of Music at Oberlin,
Ohio. She has been serving as mu-
sic teacher at Biscayne Elemen-
tary School on Miami Beach.
The groom was graduated from
Central High School in Memphis)
and from the Southern College of
Optometry, where he was a mem
ber of Phi Theta Upsilon Fratern-1
ity.
Armdd Steitr
ish Appeal Winter Residents Di
vision, it has been announced by
Aaron M. Kanner. CJA chairman.
Seeder was well known in legal
circles as an attorney in Chicago,
and he served on the Boards of
many fraternal, civic and welfare
institutions.
Goldman has an outstanding rec-
ord as a philanthropic worker in
Cleveland and has served with di>-
tinction in many Cleveland fund
kUMm Safra
r
Mrs. Arfhn- Cbarlaff
Street. His brother, Marvin M.
pragash, was his best man.
The former Miss Tragash was
piven in marriage by her father.
Miss Joyce Silverman, cousin of
.the sroom, was maid of honor, and
|Mrv Marvin Tragash, sister-in-law
l-i the bride, acted as matron of
lumor. Other attendants included
1 ileen Duchon, Elaine Goodman,
I Sue Sobel and Sandra Whitman.
Aleta Robin Gulden was flower
girl. Ring bearer was Jay David
Cartman.
l'xhers included Edward Cam
n.r. Philip George. Jack Hartley.
Harvey Gulden and Martin Char-
loff.
The couple attended Miami High
School. Mr. Charloff. now a stu-
dent at use IMversity of Miami,
also attended ffce University of
Florida. He is a member of De
Molay.
Following tour through Flor-
ida, they will reside at 1127 SW 5th
Street.
was instituted, being one of the
first half dozen children enrolled
for its initial class at the old Y in
1946.
Familiarly known to all worship-
pers at Congregation Beth Jacob,
the Bar Mitzvah has helped close
each Sabbath morning service for
the past several years and has lead
in the singing of traditional melo-
dies at the Shalos Scudos service
on Saturday afternoons.
Out-of-town guests for the occa-
sion will include Rabbi and Mrs^
Pincus Briskman and Rabbi and
Mrs. Chaim Moseson, of New York,
his uncles and aunts; Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Rubinoff and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Slovin. of Toronto; and his
recently married sister and brotn-
er-in law, of Forest Hills, New
York, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Fried-
man.
Farbond Branch Meeting
Ben-Gurion Branch No. 304. Far
band, will meet on Wednesday
evening. January at*. 8 pm.. at
Beth El Congregation, according to
Dr. Harry H. Queen, president.
Manuel Burstein, cultural chair
n,f will introduced as guest
speaker Louis Schwartzroau, execu-
tive director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education. His topic is schecj-
led aa: Democracy And Jewish
Education
Young Adults Plan
Week of Activities
The Miami Young Adult Zionist
District will bowl on Monday eve
ning, January 4th, 9 p.m., at the
Trail Bowling Alley.
The organization also plans a
meeting for Tuesday evening, 8:30
p.m., at the Bureau of Jewish Edu-j
cation.
The home of Gene Boeninger.
1040 Milan, Coral Gables, will be,
the site of the group's Oneg Shab-
bat on Friday evening, January 8th,
at 8:30 p.m.
Der Yiddisher Forum to
Hear Joseph Duntov
Guest speaker at Der Yiddisher
Forum on Saturday evening will
be Joseph Duntov, scheduled to
discuss the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee and its impact on American
Jewish life. Der Yiddisher Forum
meets weekly on Saturday. 8:15
p.m., in Kneseth Israel Congrega
tion and is sponsored by the local
branch of the Yiddish Scientific
Institute. -________
Latin Quarter Dinner Planned
The Florida Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, will
hold an annual dinner dance on
Sunday. January 10th, 6 p.m.. st
Lou Walters' Latin Quarter on
Palm bland. Proceeds will go to-
wards furnishing the Louise Water-
man Wise Youth Center in Israel.
Mrs. Jsck Janoff is general chair
man of the affair assisted by the
Mesdames Ben Greene, Phil Kaye.
Harry Koretxky and Peggy Palmer.
Israelite Center Meeting
The Israelite Center will hold a
regular meeting at the Center on
Tuesday evening, January 5th. 8
p.m., according to Hy Morris, presi-
dent. Approval of the plans for a
new building will be discussed.
Is* M4mmm
drives. Both men were active in
Greater Miami's Winter Resident-
Division for several years and have
been responsible for developing
this group into a streamlined cam-
paign unit gaining national atten-
tion for their achievement in the
annual Combined Jewish Appeal.
The co-chairmen will announce
meeting dates for their group
shortly.
Lt. Stanley H. Roth, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. 337
NE 28th Street, has recently
returned bom a tour of duty
m Korea, where he flew 15
combat missions in a B-26
bomber. Lt. Roth has a 30-
day leave here and will trav-
el to Dover. Delaware, lor re-
assignment at the end of his
stay. While here he is being
extensively entertained by
his relatives and friends.
B'nai B'rith Women
Plan Local Functions
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a garden
smorgasbord luncheon and card
party on Tuesday, January 5th, 12
p.m., at the home of Mrs. Charles
Silvers, 6500 North Bay Road. Mrs.
A. Swartz is chairman of the af-
fair for this occasion.

The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a
program meeting on Wednesday.
January 6th, 8:30 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Seymour Roscnthal, 4880
i SW 4th Street.
The program will be based on
BBYO activities in Greater Miami
and will feature Mrs. A. Frank
Wellins, District BBYO chairman,
as guest speaker.
a
The Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold a
menorah card party at the Em-
press Hotel on. Wednesday. Jan-
uary 6th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs
is in charge.

North Shore Cbaptss- of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its weckly
menorah games party at the Monte
Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, "Jan-
uary 6th, 12:30 p.m.


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Miss Missry Weds
Stanley H.Levy
In a double ring ceremony at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center or.
December 20th. Mi- Molly Missry,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
v. 1545 Normandy Drive. Mi-
ami Beach, became the bride of
Stanley H. Levy, son of Joseph
Levy. Atlantic City. New Jersey,
and Mrs. J. Staloff. Miami. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiated.
Best man was Edward Weiner
Ushers included Bert Berman.
Shelly Waterman. Leon Kassin.
Mark" Staloff. Irving Sultan and
Morris Missry.
Fran Kenner. Mrs Shelly Water-
man, Shirley Kairy. Barbara
Kairy, Ruth Tebell and Louise
Kasser were bridesmaids.
Matron of honor was Mrs. H.
Beutel, with Brenda Missry and
FRIDAY, IANli^y
Sonibergs ChooZ
New Orleans
For Fteneynioon
tw* S....U;., llllM)m"
ward Robert Soul
ried at the Hib
tm
Mrs. Stanley H. Levy
A
Elaine Beutel acting as junior
bridesmaids Ai Misery was ring-
bearer.
The bride selected a waltz-length
gown of imported chantilly lace,
long pointed sleeve*, portrait neck-
line and fitted bodice The bouf-
fant skirt had nylon tulle pleated
ruffle at the hem Her French illu-
sion fingertip veil m attached to
a Queen Ann cap of shirred tulle
and seed pearl v She carried
orchids on a Bible Her only piece
of jewelry was a strand of pearl-
The bride attended Miami Beach
High School. Mr Levy attended
Miami Jackson High School. He is
in service and spent two year*
overseas in Korea and Germany
with an infantry division
A reception and dinner followed
at the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
For her going away outfit, the
bride selected a two-piece beige
satin suit with white acci--
They spent their honeymoon in
Havana. Cuba.
Mist Helen 1. Cati
(.;it/. Decker Troth
Honored at Party
Mr and Mr- Bernard Catz an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Helen Isabel, to Edward
Decker A cocktail party was held
' in the couple's honor Saturday at
the home of the bnde-elect. 11143
Boulevard,
Mr Dec! nts are Mr and
Mr- Samuel Decker. 532 NE 132nd
Street
The couple met three years ago
at a teenage club. The bnde-elect
is a sophomore at the Universit)
ol Miami, historian of Alpha lamb-
da Delta and treasurer of Sigma
Lambda Phi's pli
teaches Sunday School at the North
Mr Decker, who leave- for the'
Army in February, is a I'M senior,
majonng in business administra-
tion, and i< employed part time bj
".int.
en set bj the cou
I k : .- '.heir wedding.
Kohns Make Florida
lour on Honeymoon
In a simple ceremony at the
home of the bridegroom. Hiss K-
telle K.....-.- Kauffman became Um
bride of Mr Stewart Lawrence
Kohn The ceremonv was per:
ed by Rabbi S If. Machtci on Sat
urday. December 26th. at 6 p m.
The bride, daughter of Mr and
Mr- Samuel Kauffman. Staunton.
Virginia, was given in marriage
' by her father Mr Kohn is -he
' son of Mr. and Mr- Harry Kohn
600 West 45th Street. Miami Beach
Mrs. lamtt Htrtimun
Hertzmans to Live
In Louisville
Mi.-s Marcia Beatrice Cohen and
James Arthur Hertzman went on a
wedding trip to New Orleans fol-
lowing their wedding on Decem-
ber 13th Dr. Jacob Kaplan of
Temple Israel, and Dr. Joseph
Raurh. of Louisville, Kentucky of-
riciated ai the candlelight cere-
mony in the Biseayne rerrao
Hotel
The bride is the daughter of:
Mr and Hra Jerome Cohen, 418
Alcazar Coral Gables. The groom's
parent- are Mr and Mr- I
Hertzman, Louisville
Matron of honor Was Mr- Mich
ael Rosenberg, sister ol the bride
Mi Ardis Finnieston u..- brides-
maid.
Mr Hertzman vva- best man for
hi- -on Michael Rosenberg, broth
er-in-law of the bride. Charles
Hertzman and Robert Hertzman.
cousins of the groom, ushered. Mr
Cohen gave his daughter in mar
riage.
A reception at the Biseayne Ter-
race Hotel followed the ceremony
The couple will reside in Louis-
ville.
Mrs. Herbert Horde*
Miss Kovacs' Fiance
To Get Law Degree
February 14th will be the wed
ding day of Miss Rhoda Elinor
Kovacs. daughter of Mr- Shirley
Kovacs. 1245 Pennsylvania Avenue
and Walter Bernard Lebowil
of Mr. and Mrs. George Lebowitz
<4 Washington Avenue
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School and Man-
hattan School for Dental Assistants
in New York City.
Mr. Lebowitz. now emploved as a
band leader at the Sea Isle Hotel
also graduated from Miami Beach
High. He will receive his law de-
gree from the University of Mi-
ami in February.
kTh 1weddin* wil1 'ake place at
the Delano Hotel.
New Year's Eve Fete
At Tolmach Home
of 23,5 SW 22nd Avenue, will en-
tertain at home with a New Year's
tTaEd are"0"8 ^ CXpeC,ed
Miss Sylvia Strake
Selects June
June will be the month when
Hiss Sylvia Joan Strake and War
ren J Samuel- are married The'
bride-elect's engagement has been
announced here by her parents.
Mr and Mr- | barles Mrake. 2211
MW l-t Street
Mr Samuel-' parent- are Mr
"><' Mr- i: A Samuels, 7517 Hi>
la Avenue Treasure Island
formerly of Philadelphia. Penn
Miss Zisman Marries
Herbert Horlick
Mi-s Rhoda Jean Zisman became
the bride of Herbert Horlick in
an evening ceremony at Beth El
Synagogue on Saturday. Kabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky officiated. The
bride carried a Bible with white
orchid- given her by the bride-
groom':- mother
Newly wed Mrs Horlick bl the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
H. Zisman, 1773 NW 21st Terrace.
Mr Horlick i- the son of Mrs.
Frances L Horlick. 6760 SW 5th
Terrace, and the late Mr Horlick.
Given in marriage b) her father,
the bride wore a gown of candle-
light Ivor) ^atin trimmed at the
collar and sleeve- with lace, opale-
scent sequins and seed pearls The
j floor length frock leatured a bouf-
fant skirt and train Her tulle veil
wl* attached to a crown of seed
! pearls and lace.
Si>ter of the bridegroom. Miss
Arlene Horlick, was maid of hon-
or She wore a rose taffeta gown
land carried a purple orchid Miss-
ies Roslyn Fox. Frances Sehhusler
and Sandra Kramer, as bride;.
maids, wore gray crepe, pink or-
ganza and orchid tulle They all
carried carnation*.
Flower girl was Ellen Schlusler.
Joseph Horovitz was best man. Ush-
er- included Kenneth Schlussler
and Larry Perl, the bride's cousins.
Major Walter I. Horlick. the bride
grooms brother, and David Ores
ner Jerome Taft was -ol,,i-t
Following a reception in Dora
August Memorial Hall, the couple
took a motor tour through Florida.
They will be at home at 500 SW 4th
Avenue, after January 4th
on bunday in a 5.30 p n. p-L:
Rabbi Max Shapm, an^?
Maurice Mamches off,cutwf
The bride is the riauoKt 1
Mr. and Mrs. Jack ***
Island City. New York ur
bergs parents are Mr .,, .
Philip Somberg. 1753 s\v 5JJ
enue, Miami. '
Matron of honor at -he c,
light ceremony w a Mr,
Somberg, the bride's tuftM
Jack I. Somberg, t h e _
brother, was best man Ushm!
eluded Eugene I. Somberg. Vjm
A. Kluger. S. Scott Tinter udl
aid Ager.
The groom attended the
\
I'hv. 1 l*n I
versifies of Florida and Miami, be-
longing (o Alpha Epsilon Pi Fit-
ternity. He served with the armed]
forces for two years.
A reception followed the .
mony. Out-of-town guests inclu
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lincoln. AtlaatJ
I Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Lincoln jel
Mr. and Mrs. E. Btamenthal. Neti
York City, and Mr. and Mr- D. M.J
I taster. Atlanta.
The couple are honeymooning, ml
New Orleans and on their return
will reside at 21 IS SW 3rd Aveaue.1
.i xxdnd -Mrs- Jack O^man, Mr.
a w S Hyman Komaroff. H,
and Mrs. Charles Belanoff. Mr and
RnhinR Mldb0Jrg' Mr- and Mrs. S
Rubm. Mr and Mrs I. Kaufman.
The Harry Shefskys, Mr and
Mrs. B. Sharoff. the Abe Good
mans Mrs. Sadie Siane. Phil^o-
rnaroff and Mr. and Mrs. B. Melt-
Mri- S'twarf 1. Kohn
The families are friends of lone
*tandin The bride's sister E2
Ceclie Bernice Kauffman. o.H,.
jno^Maryland, was the 0%
aeTdhewT,hl'pa;f,,rmerl> -
aie: with Richmond. Vireinia
Newspapers. ,nc.. and ^^g*
graduate of the University rtor-
da-associated wh Harry Blum-
\Z aftL"""? Wblic account,
ants in Miami Beach
JJet a ,our ot Fl
Her fiance will h.,j
He is a membe \fi" **"*
*~y and a grid* *"
* High School. ,Um'
Harriet Berman
Engaged to Wed
The engagement of their daugh
ter. Harriett, to Joseph B Nerove
u announced by Mr and Mrs Jo-
eph Berman. of 3150 SW 23rd
Mreet
Mr Nerove's parents are Mr
-ndMr- l,.,vo.A N.rove o, ,836
N" l-t Street
Mi- Berman graduated from
high school ln Milwaukee Wiseoiv
the h '.S !* I,re-id(.nt of
"'Dynamic I'.ychoh.j.ical Soc.etv
' 'he Mlajftj Dai|v N(.w
Mr Nerove is a graduate of Syra-
SSPWf Will Mark
1 Ik- Ii1 Anniversary
uarv Ki d.. rridav. Jan.
i,''p-s,fnt:::,'I,n Mum',or
DuBois, Gertoer
Troth Hcvealctl
Mrs. Syd DuBois. of 804' Hard-
ing Avenue, Miami Beach, an-)
nounces the engagement I her
daughter. Annabel, to Arnold Gcrt-I
ner. son of Mr. and Mrs Harry]
Ortner. IBM SW 21st Street
Miss DuBois attended the Lear]
Due t,. u ""
.! 'I ^ ,,.. death of
daV quietly .1 ,fc "*""< the
on he,r .nn,yerr;h,heCOUp,e
Miss Aaasewf DwtWs
School. Highland Manor. Long
Branch. New Jersey, and i< a Jun-
ior at the University of Pennsyl-
vania She is a member of Sigma
Delta Tau.
Mr. Gertner graduated from the
University of Miami and served
with the Army (taring World *ar
n.


r. JANUARY 1. 1954
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PAGE 7 A
Hac Scltman Becomes Bride of
Rosen in Candlelight Bites Sunday
II .1l-Li J...k1 .i.fl nBla Kn.. **..' r\_ tf..-i..._<
candlelight double ring
in the Starlight Room of
jyne Terrace Hotel on De-
[27th. Miss Flora Rae Selt-
bughter of Mr. and Mrs.
tman, 901 SW 23rd Av-
Jami, became the bride of
pstn. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rosen, 233 Velarde,
ables. Rabbi Schmaryahu
ficiated, assisted by Can-
j-ice Mamches. Mrs. Mar-
jmen was organist and Ber-
soloist,
bride selected a gown of
French chantilly lace and
ulle. fitted bodice and off-
neckline outlined with
colored iridescent beads
i-clipped lace, long sleeves
lull skirt with a panel of
[nylon tulle down the front
i cathedral train. The waist-
I wrists of the sleeves were
,**--.

er*s best man'. Dr. Herbert SehV
man, brother of the bride, home
on leave for the wedding irom the
Army Medical Corps, Morton Selt-
man, brother of the bride, Harold
Horwitz, cousin of the groom. Sec-
ond Lieutenant Irvin Bono and
Lester Greenberg. fraternity broth-
ers Ht the groom, served as ushers.
Philip Glassman, cousin of the
bride, acted as ringbearer.
A reception and dinner for the
175 guests followed the cermony
in a room decorated in pink and
white floral decorations.
The bride and groom are both
graduates of Miami Senior High
School. Mrs. Rosen attended the
University of Miami and Univer-
sity of Florida. Mr. Rosen received
the BS degree in Pharmacy at the
University of Florida and is a mem-
ber of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity.
He is currently affiliated with
Whelan Drug Company.
Among the out-of-town guests
were paternal grandmother of the
groom Mrs. Julia Rosen, Buffalo,
New York; Mr. and Mrs. H Kele-
man, of South Bend, Indiana; Mr.
and Mrs. S. Greenspan, of Detroit,
Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. J. Beck, of
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Mr.
and Mrs. D. Seltman, all aunts and
uncles of the bride.
For her going away outfit, the
bride selected a two-piece navy
blue wood gabardine suit with shell
pink accessories. The couple flew to
New Orleans for their honeymoon
and will make their home at 901
SW 23rd Avenue, Miami.
Irving Kelemer to.be Bar Mitzvah at
Miami Hebrew School Saturday Morning
Irving (Israel) Kelemer, son of
Cantor and Mrs. Berele Kelemer,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, January 2nd, at the. Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion.
Irving is now in the seventh
grade of the Hebrew Academy,
where he is vice president of the
Science Club. He is also president
of his Hebrew class and former
president of his class in the Eng-
lish Department there.
The Bar Mitzvah has received a
number of prizes and certificates
for excellence in his studies at the
Hebrew Academy. He is planning
Mrs. Alvia Kostm
Ai.lmwi
-outlined with iridescent se-
T She carried a 3ible covered
lace and two white orchids
-ered with lily-of-the-valley.
Is. Gerri Tobin was matron of
Ir and Miss Lila Pearl, maid of
lr. They wore waltz-length
_es of iridescent wedgewood
l bodice of taffeta and bouf-
f -kirt of net over taffeta. Mrs.
Li Rosen and Mrs. Ruth Kruger,
ling as bridesmatrons, wore
jitically styled dresses in iride-
M deo rose. Shrug jackets of
Jching taffeta and heart-shaped
._ of gold and yellow roses com-
'tt-il tiieir outfits.
iiss Renee Tubman and Miss
Sherman were in charge of the
. book.
Irs. Seltman selected a gown of
die wood rose tulle embroidered
opalescent sequins and
hid corsage. She wore pink ac-
ries. Mrs. Rosen wore a gray
Dn full skirt and scoop neckline
uined all over in delicate pink.
, accessories and orchid cor-
were used as accents. Floral
(Igns were executed by the
rkstone Flower Shop,
herwood Rosen was his broth-
landel. Bams
}oth Announced
Jr. and Mrs. Sam R. Mandel,
17517 West Treasure Drive, an-
nce the engagement of their
^ghter. Ruth Grace, to Marcus
jis on December 25th.
Jiss Mandel attended Wright
Bege and Northwestern Uni-
sity School of Commerce, Chi-
le. Illinois. She is a member of
North Shore Club and Mount
ji Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary.
Is Mandel is employed as a sec-
|ry by the Greater Miami Jew-
! Federation.
Ir. Rama is the on of Mr. and
Irving Abramovitz, 705 Jef-
on Avenue. He graduated from
ihnical High School and at-
kded the University of Miami.
[ is a member of the 435th Troop
Tier Wing (M ), and is now em-
yed as a salesman by Crosby
Store.
Irwin Siegel Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Irwin Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Siegel, 2301 SW 7th Av-
enue, Miami, pioneer residents
here for 40 years, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
January 2nd. at Beth David Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will offi-
ciate.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School. He attended the
Hebrew Academy for three years
Mrs. tomry Weinsfm
Photo by Ardmore
Miss Sheer Becomes
Mrs. Wcinstein
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony at her home on Decem-
ber 28th, Miss Norma Sheer,
daughter of Mrs. Abe Solosko, Mi-
ami Beach, and Samuel L. Sheer,
Boston, Massachusetts, became the
bride of Henry Weinstein. son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Weinstein, St.
Augustine and Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated.
A reception followed the ceremony.
Mrs. Solosko was matron of honor
for her daughter. Myles Sheer,
brother of the bride, was best man.
The bride selected a white chif-
fon Grecian-draped ballerina-
length gown designed by Ceil Chap-
man, with pearl encrusted gold
waist band. Her nose veil was at-
tached to a hat made of orange
blossoms. Long white gloves and
a strand of pearls completed her
outfit. She carried white orchids
and roses on a satin covered Bible.
Mrs. Solosko wore a cinnamon
ribbonette over a lace ballerina-
length gown, with tea rose corsage.
The bride attended schools in
Miami Beach and the University
of Miami. She worked as a sur-
gical assistant for four years. Mr.
Weinstein .is an alumnus of Geor-
gia School of Technology and Har-
vard University Graduate School of
Engineering. He served in the US
Army as Lt. Colonel.
The couple left on their honey-
moon and are touring Chicago,
New York, Washington and North
Carolina. They are expected back
in Miami in five weeks and will
make their home here.
Bridge Game Sunday
A master point duplicate bridge
game will be held in Kaplan Hall,
137 NE 19th Street. Miami, on Sun-
day, January 3rd, at 2 p.m. The
tournament" is sponsored by the
Mens" Club ai Temple Israel.

Irviaf Kelemer
where his father is cantor. To-
gether with Cantor Kelemer, he
has sung at concerts and recitals
before Hadassah groups, the an-
nual dinners of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, functions of the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation and
at numerous events of charitable
institutions.
Irving has also sung at the Hol-
lywood Beach Hotel with his
uncle, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of
Temple Beth Sholom.
For the Haftorah English ad-
dress and the chanting of the Por-
tion of the Week from the Torah
scroll, the Bar Mitzvah was trained
by Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation and presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Association. He will also
deliver an original address in
Hebrew. Cantor Kelemer, who tu-
tors his son in advanced Hebrew
studies in addition to his school
work, has prepared him to chant
the entire Sabbath service. Irving
will also pronounce the benedic-
tion of the new Hebrew month.
His brother Jordan, age 7, will as-
sist in the service.
Irving is a descendent of the
Baal Shem Tov. His mother, Re-
becca, is a member of the faculty
of the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation.
A reception will follow the cere-
mony. Open house in the Bar Mitz-
vah's honor will also be held at
1 the synagogue on Sunday from 2
. to 5 p.m. No formal invitations
have been sent by the family, and
friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
to become a member of several
extra-curricular clubs at the Acad-
emy, including the Sports, Stamp
and Photography Clubs. Irving is
also a sport reporter for The Echo.
\ Irving has appeared as a mem-
ber and soloist of the Hebrew
Academy Choir and in the Miami!
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He is a member of Beth David's
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A reception will follow at the
Bar Mitzvah's home. Among guests
will be Samuel Stein, his maternal
grandfather, of Miami, and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Siegel, uncle and aunt,
and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Siegel, also
an uncle and aunt, of Miami.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mrs. Sam Shapiro and Mr. and
Mrs. B. Cronin, of New York.
Rabbi Malavsky Speaks
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leader of the Israelite Center, will
be guest speaker at the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Community
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Monday evening. January 4th, 818O
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Jewish Traditions and observances.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. 1954
SEC. B
!all on Western Powers to
Bring Middle Eastern Peace
EW YORK (JTA) The West-
Powers, especially the United
[tes, were called upon to bring
but peace between Israel and
Arab states in addresses de-
Bred by Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
kirman of the Jewish Agency ex-
ptive, and Louis Lipsky, chair
of the American Zionist
iincil, at sessions here of the
jst American Zionist Assembly.
The Assembly was attended by
delegates elected by the eight
(ding Zionist parties in this
jintry which have a total mem-
k-ship of 750,000. Rabbi Abba
jlrl Silver, who was scheduled
Ibe one of the principal speakers
|tl' opening session, sent a mes-
regretting his inability to at
J the Assembly because of Rab-
Kcal duties in Cleveland. He
lined his views in writing on
fceets which the Assembly was
fussing. Avraham Harman, Is-
Consul General, greeted the
Pgates on behalf of the Israel
rernment.
Friendship Toward l$rl
policy toward Israel and help bring
to the strategic area of the Mid-
dle East stability and peace."
Declaring that as American citi-
zens, "mindful of our country's
leadership of the free world," Jews
are profoundly concerned with the
preservation of American Israel
friendship, the resolution declares:
"It has become impossible to over-
look certain actions of our Depart-
ment of State within the past few
months which have encouraged
powerfut anti-Israel forces, both in
and out of government, in their ef-
forts J.o make it appear, that major
change in our country's policy to-
wards Israel has in fact taken
place.
"When the present administra-
tion described its policy in the Mid-
dle East as one of impartiality as
between Israel and the Arab states.
Zionist leadership in this country
I stated that it was in full agreement
| with this approach and that Amor
I ica should respond symapthetically
| to the needs of all the peoples in
the Middle East. However, we con-J
tinue to reject the implication that
this policy represents a change and
that our country has not been im-
partial in the past. Above all. we
most earnestly declare that impar-
tiality must not be translated into
appeasement which pro-Arab
propagandists and their friends in
Washington are seeking to bring
about," the resolution states.
Mutt Take Initiative
In appealing to the United States
to use its efforts to bring about an
Arab-Israel peace, Dr. Goldmann
said: "As long as the emergence
and the victory of Israel are not
recognized by the peoples of the
Near East who were defeated in
their attempt to prevent its estab-
lishment, the new state cannot be
said to be politically consolidated.
This is the real problem Its solu-
tion will require the effort, imagi
nation and courage of all concern-
ed of Israel, the Arab states and,
above all, the Western Powers.
"The primary valid criticism, of
the policy of the Western Powers,
Continued on Pagt 7 B
Mrs. Jeannette Altschul, of Miami, a founder of the Albert
Einstein College of Medicine, is shown a site plan lor tha
nation's newest medical teaching center by Dr. Marcus D.
Kogel (right). Dean of the College, and Michael M. Nisselsc.-.
(lelt). Director of Development. The College, now under con-
struction in New York, will be the initial unit of a $25.(XK),OCj
medical teaching center eventually to include College** cJ
Dentistry, Nursing, Public Health and Post-Graduate studies.
tie Assembly adopted a resolu-
: recording "with profound grat-
tatum the historic and invalu-
|e aid" which the United States
rendered in bringing about the
lation of Israel, as well as the
given to Israel since its estab-
kment. At the same time, the
solution calls attention to the
ct that "of late certain policies
our State Department, with re-
ct to Israel, have contained the
rorst features" of pro-Arab ap-
easement.
Emphasizing that the latest pol-
ry "has been thoroughly discredit-
in our time and is doomed to
lailurc in the future as in the
past," the resolution says: "Not
lone for the sake of Israel, the
k-orld's newest democracy, now
Ihreatened on all fronts, but even
lore for the sake of our country's
ole as the world leader of dynamic
[democracy, we most earnestly urge
lour government to re-affirm the
traditional American bipartisan
UJA Delegates Praise Premier Ben-Gurion
NEW YORK (JTA) The UJA
annual meeting here concluded by
passing a resolution requesting
that contributors make full pay-
ment of their pledges before the
end of this year and urged the
communities to pay in full, all out-
standing amounts on account of al-
locations to the UJA for 1953 and
prior years.
The delegates also adopted a res-
olution expressing "warm affection
and high esteem" of David Ben-
Gurion on the occasion of his re
tirement as Israel's Premier. "We
view with admiration the great
strides which Israel has made dur-
ing his tenure in industry, agricul-
ture, settlement and development
of every sort," the resolution said.
"It is our hope that he may find
renewed strength in the rest which
he has so richly earned: that many
more years of good health and hap-
piness may be granted to him and
that his wise counsel may continue
to be available to his people."
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive
vice chairman of the UJA, who
was also reelected for another
term, reported on the leadership
given by the UJA by the present
administration which came into of-
fice three years ago under the gen-
eral chairmanship of Warburg. He
told the conference that since Jan-
uary, 1951, Warburg and his asso-
ciates had led the UJA in raising
a total of $223,000,000 in pledges,
of which almost $215,000,000 has
been received in cash.
Dr. Schwartz reported that of
$204,760,000 actually distributed
for Israel and refugee aid, nearly
80 percent, or $162,374,680, has
been allocated for support of re-
settlement, development and medi-
cal rehabilitation programs in Is-
rael, S31.123,520 for relief, welfare
and medical aid programs in Euro-
pean and Moslem lands, and $11.-
261.800 for refugee reception, re-
settlement and adjustment in the
United States.
In an accounting of the sums
raised by the UJA in the past three
years. Dr. Schwartz reported that
$82,000,000 had been raised in 1951.
$72,000,000 in 1952. and $69,000,000
in 1953. and that of the latter sum
$65,000,000 has come forward in
cash. He urged strongly that this
downward trend be reversed in the
coming year, especially in the light
of Israel's "besieged and beleaguer-
ed" position.
Addressing the delegates here.
Israel Finance Minister I- e
Kshkol said that the Jewish St
has passed the half-way mark ; >
economic independence and is r. ,t
being deterred from the fulf. "-
ment of crucial long-range devel-
opment plans by Arab efforts t >
destroy the new state's sovereign-
ty. Mr. Eshkol warned that Israel
could be deterred only by the fail-
ure of American Jews to support
urgent programs for the absor -
tion of immigrants, the large-scale
expansion of agriculture and X'.xe
intensive development of Industry.
Mrs. Levine Wins
Mrs. Rhoda Levine. realtor of
420 Lincoln Road, has become the
fifth person in 33 years to win a
life membership to the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
The award came, to Mrs. Levine
for adding 101 new members to the
organization's roll. She is now the
first woman life member of the
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Running a close second in the
annual membership drive was Al-
< tiamlWr Award
frcd Lesser, insurance adjuster.
Prior to this. Lesser was the top
membership campaigner for two
successive years.
Winning third prize for indi\ I '-
ual effort was Harry J. Sonz. real-
tor, and Mrs. Ruth Scott, beauty
salon operator, was high team cap-
tain.
Awards were presented by Barn
de Kirsch Meyer, drive chairman
Max J, Etra, attorney and
communal leader, has been
named chairman of the Board
of Trustees of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, succeeding the late
Samuel Levy, who held the
post for almost 25 years. Etra
is president of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America, Congrega-
tion Kehilath Jeshrun and the
Synagogue Council of Yesh-
iva University. A trustee of
Beth Israel Hospital in New
York City, he is on the Execu-
tive Committee of the Nation-
al Jewish Welfare Board.
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Scouts of America and Jew-
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:k Addresses Community B'nai
leering; 800 Crowd Beach Center
persons heard Philip
^international president
rith, attack subversives
Bent, industry and edu-
week at a meeting in
Beach Auditorium.
^ting greeted new mem-
B'nai B'rith Organiza-
ind was part of the gen-
jrship drive held by the
[that it was essential for
rid itself of those seek-
ermine this nation's prin-
way of life, Klutznick
It it must not, in the pro-
ItiyT the concepts of de-
"We must not destroy
ire seeking to save," he
illogical hunt for the
, who was elected presi
i B'rith on May 5, 1953.
Ipated actively in B'nai
Jewish communal organ
ce his youth. He is a
mber of Kansas City,
o 2, AZA, which was or
1923. and a member of
championship AZA De-
He was Grand Aleph
1925 to 1926 and editor
far, AZA publication.
k was president of
Ige in 1930, president of
d Lodge No. 6 in 1940
tent of the Supreme Ad-
ncil in 1941. He was a
the Executive Commit-
Supreme Lodge from
chairman of the Per-
Committee of the Su-
e and consultant to
h Youth Commission
to date. He was also a
to the Budget Comtnit-
Supreme Lodge. Counsel
Bker of the Henry Monsky
ion he was a member of
ago Executive Committee
(Defamation League and
since 1951.
; is a member of the Anti
League Commission
uecutivc Committee vice
of the Anti Defamation
'member of the Executive
of the Joint Defense
for the past several years
member of the Board of
Ha, National Jewish Hospital.
and Leo N. Levi Memorial
I. Hot Springs, Arkansas,
lick was president of the
Zionist District. 1929. and
resident of the Southwest
Hof the Zionist Organization
Mica. He is a member of the
[of Directors of Rassco Israel
Ition at present and was a
of the Board of Directors of
klestine Economic Corpora-
was chairman of the Amer-
Dusing Committee for Israel,
[request of the Prime Minis-
ter, chairman of the Omaha Jewish
Philanthropies, chairman of the
Budget Committee of Omaha Fed-
eration for Jewish Service and
president of the Omaha Board of
Jewish Education.
Klutznick was also president oi
the West Central States Region
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds in 1933 and chair-
man of the Jewish Centers Divi-
sion, National Jewish Welfare
Board. He is a vice president of
the National Jewish Welfare Board
and vice president of the World
Federation of YMHA's and Jewish
Community Centers. He is a mem-
ber of the National Council of the
Boy Scouts of America and the Na-
tional Jewish Committee on Scout-
ing.
An attorney by profession, Klutz-
nick was graduated with the degree
of LLB from Creighton University
in January, 1930. He had previous-
ly studied in liberal arts at the
Universities of Kansas and Nebras-
ka. He entered the practice of law
in 1930 and was appointed Assis-
tant Corporation Counsel in Omaha .
in 1933. He was Special Assistant
to the United States Attorney Gen-
eral in slum clearance and hous-
ing matters from 1935 to 1936.
Klutznick has received a number
of awards including the Certificate
of Merit by President Truman for
wartime services, 1947; member of
Lambda Alpha Honorary Eco-
nomics Fraternity; Member Legion
of Honor, AZA; recipient District
Grand Lodge No. 6 Award for Serv-
ice to Humanity. 1952; and first re-
cipient of the Sam Beber Out-
standing AZA Alumnus Award,
1961.
Mayor Abo Aronovitz (left) is shown presenting the Keys of
the City of Miami to Honorable Philip M. Klutznick (center),
international president of B'nai B'rith, at the mass B'nai B'rith
community meeting held last week at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. Shown at right is Rabbi Irving *Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the Center, who delivered the invocation and bene-
diction at the South Florida B'nai B'rith program attended by
more than 800 persons.
Anthology on Lincoln
Put Out by JWB \
NEW YORKLincoln's Birthday,
a 94-page anthology of progr. n
material that underlines the i
tionship between Abraham Lincoln
and American Jewry, was pub.
cd this week by the Jewish Center
Division of the National Jewish
Welfare Board as part of its con-
tribution to the observance, in
1954, of the tercentenary of Jew-
ish settlement in the US.
Dr. Louis A. Warren, director of
the Lincoln National Life Fou'
tion, calls the booklet "by far t':ia
best brochure of source material
. for Lincoln birthday pro-
grams."
The editor of the anthology, Philip
Goodman, who is director of Jew-
ish education of JWB's Jewish Cen-
ter Division, expressed the hope
that Jewish groups, through ai -
priate celebrations of Lincoln's
birthday, will "create an under-
standing of the contributions Jews
have made to the development ol
America, and promote better rela-
tionships among people of all
faiths on the American scene.''
Miami Window
Jewish Marine Awarded
Navy Cress Posrhvmously
WASHINGTON. D.C.The Navy
Cross has been awarded posthu-
mously to Second Lieutenant Mar-
tin L. Gitot, US Marine Corps, Re-
serve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Givot, of this city, for "extraordi-
narly heroism ... in action against
enemy aggressor forces in Korea
October 26 and 27. 1952," it was
learned this week by the Bureau of
W* Records of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board.
General Lemuel C. Shepherd, Jr.,
Marine Corps commandant, pre-
sented the Navy Cross to Lieuten-
ant Givot's widow, Mrs. Katherin
Givot, a member of Temple Sinai in
Washington, D.C. The Navy Cross
and the Distinguished Service
Cross (an Army decoration) are sec-
ond only to the Congressional
Medal of Honor as the country's
supreme award for bravery against
an enemy.
A WINNER: The Dade County!
Cancer Institute has re-elected
Leonard A. Wein president for his
third term at the institute's annual
meeting. Other officers include Dr.
Charles Tharp, dean of the faculty
at the University of Miami, 1st
vice president; Mrs. Robert C.
Crowe, 2nd vice president; Leon-
ard G. Egert, secretary; and Mrs.
Ben Akin, treasurer .
CIVIL DEFENSE: Dr. Barney
Weinkle. civil defense leader,
sparked a move to urge women
here to enroll in free classes in
home nursing. Key workers are
Mrs. Besse Teich. of the Civil De-
fense office, and Mrs. Martha
Owen Wolfe, Red Cross director of
nursing NEW DIRECTOR:
Norman K. Schwartz will be new
managing director of the Miami
Beach Better Business Bureau.
Jules Gillette has announced his
appointment. Schwartz will inves-
tigate complaints, answer inquiries
and serve as adviser to Miami
Beach business groups. Gillette is
president of the Bureau .
CPA< ARE NAMED: Three
Greater Miami certified public ac-
countants have been elected mem-
bers of the American Institute of
Accountants, national professional
society of CPAs. They are Robert
Pentland, Jr., Hollywood; Gilbert
P. Schwartz, Coral Gables; and
Louis Smiles, Miami. Schwartz is
a member of the firm of Sadoff &
Schwartz HEADS HOTELS: H
H. Harper, manager of the Towers
Hotel, is the new president of the
Greater Miami Hotel Association.
New vice presidents are James W. I
Tinley, Everglades; William P. I
Pease, Miami Colonial; and Arthur
Freeman. Columbus. Among direc-1
tors are Joe H. Adams, El Como- j
doro; N. Doug Raff, Everglades;!
and Leonard Allen, Miami Air-
ways ..
DOCTORS ELECT: Dr. L. W.
Dowson has been named president-
elect of the Dade County Medical
Association. New president is Dr.
E. W. Cullipher. Named public
health advisor was Dr. Morton M.
Halpem WILL BE CANDI-
DATES: Ex-city commissioner
Robert H. Givens, Jr., will be a
candidate at the May primaries for
the circuit judgeship now held by
N. Vernon Hawthorne. Former
Judge J. Fritz Gordon has also an-
nounced that he intends to run for
the post CO-CHAIRMEN AN-
NOUNCED: J. N. McArthur. presi-
dent of the Miami Chamber of
Commerce and the University of
Miami Citizens Committee, has
been named as Protestant co-chair-
man of the annual Miami dinner
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews set for late in
February. Sam Blank, of National
Brands, will be Jewish co-chair-
man. Catholic leade r is R. B.
Roberts. Jr. Daniel J. Mahoney will
be overall dinner chairman .
WIN HONORS: Three Miami
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Hebrew Academy Dinner Reaches
$15,000 in Ticket Sales for Affair

Genet deft), acting president of the Hebrew Academy,
_j at a plaque he has just, presented to Lewis Escott. Acad-
uy vice president, for distinguished service to the Miami
all-day Hebrew school. The presentation was made
t week at the Hibiscus Auditorium, where workers for
i sixth annual dinner of the Academy assembled. The $100-
couple function is scheduled on Sunday night. January
7th, at the new Di Lido Hotel.
More than $15,000 in ticket and
journal sales already have been
reported for the sixth annual He-
brew Academy dinner scheduled at
the Di Lido Hotel on Sunday night.
January 17th, it was announced
Wednesday by B. I. Binder, co-
chairman.
Members of the dinner Ticket
Committee will be guests of Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger, co-chairman.
Sunday morning. 10 a.m.. in the
Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. Mrs.
Grossinger, Binder and Charles
Fruchtman will report bn the prog-
ress of the $100 a couple function.
Mayor Harold Shapiro, honorary
chairman of the dinner, also will
attend the meeting.
Samuel Reinhard. chairman of
the men's Coordinating Committee
for the annual pictorial journal of
the Miami Beach all-day Hebrew
school, and Mrs. Reinhard have
proved to be the leading salesmen
for the journal to date.
Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard have sold
more than $1,000 in advertisements
for the yearbook, according to Mrs.
Irving Firtel and Mrs. Jerry Suss-
man, co-chairmen of the journal
committee of the Hebrew Academy
Women.
Progress on the presentation by
the Hebrew Academy students,
which will feature the dinner at
the Di Lido, indicates this year's
program will be the best ever, Mrs
Gershon Miller reports. Mrs. Mil-
ler, dramatic directress, is work-
ing with Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. mu-
sical director, and Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal, on the play.
Kolman Luria maintains his lead
in ticket sales for the dinner. Harry
Genet, acting president said Wen-
nesday. Progress on both the din-
ner and journal was reported Wed-
nesday afternoon at a meeting of
the Hebrew Academy Women, held
at the Blackstone Hotel.
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. president
of the women's organization, pre
sided.
Let tier Named Chairman
NEW YORKRear Admiral C.
D. Leffler, USN (Ret.) of Miami,
has been named Florida state chair-
man of the Crusade for Freedom,
Henry Ford II, national Crusade
chairman announced here. In the
post of Florida state chairman.
Leffler will coordinate and unify
the efforts of campaign directors
and other Crusades volunteers in
his territory and head up its activ-
ities on behalf of Radio Free
Europe's truthcasts to people en-
slaved by the Kremlin behind the
Iron Curtain.
area agencies have won honors for
outstanding travel promotion ef-
forts in 1953. Grand prize went to
Pan American World Airways, with
speial mention of the Latin Amer-
ican office in Miami, supervised|
by S. Roger Wolin. Miami Beach
publicity department, supervised
by Hank Meyer, won third place
in the grand award competition .
COMMITTEE APPOINTEE: Ap-
pointment of Burton S. Kahn. Mi-
ami Beach businessman and civic
worker, to the Mayor's Safety Com-
mittee was announced here by
Mayor Harold Shapiro ..
CHIEF ARCHITECT: The Board
of Directors of the Florida World
Fair, Inc.. has confirmed the ap-
pointment of B. Robert Swart b -.
ALA, architect of New York and
Miami Beach, as chief archi'ect
and chairman of the Board of De-
sign. Swartburg is authorized to
select a six-member Board from
among other outstanding a re it
tects in the State of Florida .
MOOT TRIAL TEST: The Univer-
sity of Miami junior moot co-urt
competitions were won by two Mi-
ami Beach students. Hilery Silver-
man, 1618 Michigan Avenue, and
Barton Udell, 1243 DiekSASOB'
Drive, both members of Tau Ep-
silon Rho. legal fraternity, defeat*
ed a Coral Gables and a West Palm
Beach student in the mock de-
bate .
NEW TRUSTEES: New mem'-.ers
of the Miami Multiple Sclerosis
Association Board of Trustees are
Leo Axlrod and Florence Emff.
Franck C. Willison has been re-
elected president of the associa-
tion STUDENTS ENROLL:
Greater Miami students who have
enrolled at Ohio State Univer-
include Sidney L. Besvinick. Al-
bert Feldan. Herbert L. W.
Mervin A. Jacobs and Ernice S.
Weinkle AMVETS ELECT:
Paul Kulik has been named vice
commander of the Amvets V -t
No. 50. Elected adjutant is Wil-
liam Spellman .
MERGER STUDIED: Senior Cir-
cuit Court Judge George E. Holt
has announced completion of com-
mittees which will study consoli-
dation for the Greater Miami area.
The University of Miami will carry
on research projects and employ
experts for the new project.
Among those named to the commit-
tees are William L. Pallot, ad-
visory; E. Albert Pallot, rules and
procedures; William L. Pal! of,
chairman and Mayor Abe Arono-
vitz, transportation and public
utilities; Walter Weiss, planning
and zoning; Miami Beach Mayor
Harold Shapiro, streets and high-
ways; and Mayor Shapiro, sanita-
tion and sewage.
Wolff Named President
Henry Wolff was elected presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Exchange
Club Wednesday, succeeding O.
Robert Weat. Also named were
Harry Gordon, vice president;
George Gilbert, secretary; and Her-
man Popkin. treasurer. Elected to
the Board were Allen Goldberg,
Ben Ciller and Frank Steinberg.


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PAGE 5B
iLOBAL SHORTS
IAC Three-Day Parley
cusses Anti-Semitism
EW'YORK (JTA) Seventy
social scientists, Jewish com
iity relations professionals and
sh communal leaders conclud-
\n intensive three-day series of
ferences here on the import-
of anti-Semitic violence, van-
sm and defamation and what
and should be done about
The conference was held
pr the sponsorship of the Na-
lal Community Relations Ad-
pry Council.
ri Schechita Agitation
wing in England
)NDON (JTA) Agitation
|nst Jewisk ritual slaughter of
is continuing in Britain, and
is a growing advocacy in non-
fish circles of a system of stun-
the animals before slaughter,
py Zeitlin, chairman of the
rhita Committee of the Board
puties. reported to a meeting
He Board this week. Mr. Zeitlin
] that the ecclesiastical authori-
fof the Board had decided that
ung was contrary to Jewish
.1 law.
State Department Reports
East Germany Rejects Claims
WASHINGTON State Department repotted this
week that Communist East Ger-
many opposes Jewish repartions
claims. The diplomat said that Al-
bert Norden, former deputy Soviet
zone press chief speaking for the
Soviet Zone Government, told a
press conference that East Ger-
many does not recognize Israel's
right to reparations. Israel, ac-
cording to the State Department
version of what Norden said, is a
"military base of the United
States" and not a legitimate suc-
cessor to the millions of Jewish
victims of Nazi tyranny.
in Sweden Demand
base of Rumanian Zionists
KX'KHOLM (JTA) A reso-
calling upon the Rumanian
irnment to release the Zionist
rrs currently under arrest in
I country was adopted here at
latronal conference of the Zi-
Federation, of Sweden,
ig the other resolutions car-
it the session was one calling
Je formation of a joint Jew-
jmmittee to seek compensa-
tor Jewish victims of Hitler-
low living in Sweden "so that
in recreate their cultural in-
ns."
il to Austrian Press to
Up Jewish Claims
SNNA (JTA) Jewish lead-
?re appealed this week to the
trian press to take up the
Hie of the Jews in their negbtia-
with the Austrian Govern-
|t for restitution. The plea was
Bed by Neue Welt, newspaper
Bjh*Vienna Jewish Community,
only Jewish weekly in the
itry Expressing gratification
Socialist and People's Party
put I,- frequently call for satis-
t ion of Jewish restitution
ims, Neue Welt pointed out,
raw, that these sympathetic
Vd.s are not followed by deeds.
Jewish Council in Munich
Worm Jewt Not to Return
MUNICH (JTA) The represen-
tative body of the Jews in Germany
this week warned all Jews who
were not pre-war residents against
trying to settle here. In strong
words, it also cautioned them
against coming to Germany with
the idea of transmigrating to a
third country. The warning, adopt-
ed at a local meeting of the direc-
torate of the Central Council of
the Jews in Germany, is primarily
addressed to potential "illegal re-
turnees" from Israel.
Hibiscus Lodge
Names Officers
Herbert Gutman was installed as
worshipful master of Hibiscus
l/>dg, F it AM Tuesday evening.
Ulher officers are Malvin Eng-
lander. sen ion warden: Nathaniel
G. Kirsch, treasurer; Dr. Fred
Bergman, secretary; Louis E.
Goldman, chaplain; Albert M. Lehr-
man, senior deacon.
Samuel W. Shapiro, junior dea-
con; Joel P. Newman, senior war-
den; Walter S. Falk. junior stew-
ard; Maurice de H. Collegeman,
honorary marshall; Norman L.
Greenberg. marshall: Norton Pal-
lot, assistant marshall; Sol S. Gol-
strom, tyler emeritus.
Bernard Fuller, tyler; Louis Co-
hen, assistant tyler; and Saul Nash,
organist. Ben Essen, past master,
was installing officer.
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Eisenhower Will Not Ask
Congress for Law Revision
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower will avoid asking
for revision of the McCarran-Wal-
ter Act when he presents his State
of the Union message to Congress
early in January, according to Sen.
Arthur V. Watkins, chairman of a
joint Congressional committee
studying operation of the Act and
and others concerned with immi-
gration and naturalization matters.
Sen. Watkins made known that he
recommended to the White House
that no action be taken .to meet re-
quests for revision of the Act
which have come from outstand-
ing group concerned with human
rights and civil liberties.
North Shore Plans to
Usher in New Year
Arthur Wilde's Restaurant will
be the setting for the New Year's
e*ve affair of the North Shore Lodge
and Chapter of B'nai B'rith.
Proceeds from the affair will be
used for the organization and phil-
anthropies supported by the Lodge
and Chapter.
A full course dinner and dancing
to the music of Henry Taylor will
usher in the New Year. Chairmen
are Jack Wein and Roslyn Kupfer-
berg.
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Miami Dentists Will
Take Part in Seminar
A 40-hour lecture seminar for
Greater Miami dentists will be Riv-
en in January at the Biscayne Ter-
race Hotel by Dr. Morton Amster-
dam, authority on restorative den-
tistry and mouth rehabilitation.
The seminar is sponsored by the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity.
President is Dr. George A Graham,
with Dr. Irving Gordon acting as
chairman of the Seminar Com-
mittee.
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JJUN^
)C Completes Medical
cams of 5,000 Persons
Austria Blames Allies for
Refusal to Meet Claims
VIENNA (JTA) The Govern-
ment of Austria has issued a com-
munique stating that it is unable
at this time to settle Jewish claims
arising from the Nazi regime be-
cause of the state treaty drafted
by the four occupying powers. The
lengthy communique was describ-
ed as a reply to charges made by
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. head of the
Conference on Jewish Claims in
Austria, in I.ondon last week in
which he virtually accused the
Austrian Government of breaking
its promises to settle the resiitu
question with the Jewish
groups.
NEW YORK (JTA) The Joint
istribution Committee his com-
leted medical examination of
ore than 5.000 residents of the
unis ghetto, it was disclosed here I tion
j Moses A. Leavitt, JDC execu-j
Vfl vice chairman. The mass ex-
minationwas part of a continuing Milwaukee Jewish Veterans
IDC campaign to reduce the high
ncidence of tuberculosis, trach-l
^ma and other diseases among Tu-
nisia's Jews. The entire medical
project. Leavitt explained, was a
flogical development" of JDC's
medical activities in Tunisia during
the past five years.
02 Nazis Freed by Allies
n Holiday Amnesty
BONN (JTA) The three West
rn occupying powers in Germany
nnounced the (reeinf "f 192 Nazi
ar criminals in a Holiday amnes
y. The US High Commission re-1
leased 61 Nazis, the French releas-'
I'd 32 and the British nine.
Deny Report on German Aid
MILWAUKEE (JTA) Nathan
J. Rakita. commander of the Wis-
consin Department of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United States,
denied this week that the Milwau-
kee Jewish Veterans had contrib-
uted to the cost of making 27.000
pounds of milk powder available
to disabled German veterans of
World War II. Mr. Rakita termed
a report from Bonn citing the
CARE organization as its informa-
tion source, as "inaccurate and
false."
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Soviet Regime Has Severe
Policy Against Minorities
Sir Neill Malcolm, Former
Refugee Commissioner, Dies
LONDON (JTA>Maj. Gen. Sir
Neill Malcolm. League of Nations
for Refugees
1936 to 1938.
week at the age of
NEW YORK (JTA) A report High Commissioner
l"n the treatment of Jews and oth-ifrom Germany f
1 M.-t Inion was issued by the World 84. During his two-year BBBUTC tt
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I iah affairs this week It emphasiz- Neill helped Jewish refugees flee
led that since the arrest and trial lull the Nazi regime. His rcsponsi
I of Lavrenti P. Beria. Soviet l!us-1 bility was chiefly for the legal and
Mas former No. 2 official, the political status of the refugees, U
Kremlin haa adopted a severe pol
icy against its national minorities, vale organizations
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Complaint Expected
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. ,he r^luuon but -re til Pawn attach peal P aneetc
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British ire said to prefer fcnertl vr..:ed Nation.- ct.ef of r.a.i m
i.-.guage which vooM refe* tfce p^^ne and ar
j.-elem back to UN tnia wper- h.~ to ween efl its I : job*
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.ird specific language to prevent v..:Jj j^j tp the renewal of work
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Varied Program Here
Teenage Club of North
Jcw.-r. center meets on Sll-dajl
* 6Pm. according 10 an ar-
dent th.< week by Rabbi MO
Okohca. center spiritual leader
Tbe arnouneeraerf also indicated
here that a newly orgamied 1 .m
ter on Sundays at 4 pm. with Ben
Yomen conducting
The Men'- Cub will rr
Tuesday evening. January 5th. at 8
I
Rabbi Skop Accepts Chaplain's Post,
Rabbi Morris Skop. of the Corml laincy, compose 0f
Gables Jewish (enter, has accepted
',he r.-iHrn-ibility of serving the
niH-ds of the Jewish per
religious
Minn,! at Mum. International Air-,
t port. Marine Air Station and I'S
Naval Station. Key Weal. and-Bratt
V\ Hospital in Coral Cabtoa. ac-
: cording to an announcement by
Rabbi Joseph H Lookstein. New
York chairman of the Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board.
The Commission on Jewish Chap
Ifc
of America.
Rabbinical Asser
Conference
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andFUbbinlcalCuncio,
| Ike agency through
American Jewish
emit, and eccJesia,,^
all fall and part tlm, j
Ulna ia the wrvice of ^ r
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government Jewish
ckapla^J
on duty with the Army ,
Force. Marine Corp,,
Guard, Veterans Ad-
and Public Health r!i?
v- B--J:ih and the Americana art
wn to feel that Sj
- given a veto power over '.-"-.
:]--aeli project.
Last week, the Secaritj Qon
* devoted it- entire sessiea to a
.rt-ech by Dr Char.es lb
l*Sanon attacking brael r: tbl
UJS1
:-r>e: deleg:- > >'
met assured that 'he Syrian
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Season; Show Musical Twice Nightly
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e -ning. the ;
-cheduk-d for productioi
I ce nghtly at 9 and 11:30 pm. vlh u
i patrons at the club.
Vritten especially for presenl
I at the Club Morocco, the >ho JJkLS 'eli and
-staged on the clubs un>._
vated stage. After each perforr .
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INUARY 1. 1954
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PAGE 7B
(w Vocational Service Aid to
Help 'Problem' Worker Find Job
bar old man, forced to
business a number of
because of a heart con-
seeks to return to work,
kn to the fact that he
ncy, it is felt by the
fetor that activity would
to his emotional health,
le, he is capable of per
ly aspect of work in his
liness which does not in-
lifting,
tshall he go? To whom
pun turn? A Jewish Vo-
ervice Department has
reactivated In Miami,
this new agency will be
|he man .in seeking out
Bf employment to which
kl condition limits him.,
ident organization so far
essional determination is
j but Storking in conjunc-
rthe Jewish Social Serv-
its director is Ben
'Prior to entering the
rial work, Strongin had
of industrial expert-
il years, he was affili-
Khe New York State
jthority as both an in-
nd real property sur-
Iso served four years
where his responsi-
ORIDIAN FEATURE bility was that of personnel admin-
istrator.
The new Vocational Service De-
partment, as Strongin sees it, will
function separately, yet hand-in-
hand with the Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau. The man with the
heart condition who must find a
limited type of activity within the
sphere of his former profession
may be typical of the type of cli-
ent with which the vocational
counselor will dealalthough the
agency will, of course, also attempt
to fill the needs of anyone seek-
ing aid there. _
'"There are .many people Ot that
sort in the Mitraft|rea," Strongin
explained. "Only & other day,
we were consulted liy a local resi-
dent who has lived Ihere' about two
years. He was a laboratory wovker
who had come to Miami because of
his wife's illness, hut he is also
incapacitated by disability that
limits him only tojedehtary work."
Stronging pointed to another
case, that of a 43-year old woman
who is now forced- to find a job
after 20 years of marriage. "Her
husband was killed in an auto acci-
dent." he said, "and she found her-
self injured, with only limited use
of both legs."
Albert Comanor. executive di-
rector of the Jewish Social Service
Bureau, elaborated upon the fact i munity service. Actively partici
that these represent but one aspect [ paring in the group is I^o Axlrod,
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envision JSSB's enlarging its horizons to grow irom a
counselling agency, alone, to a community service
Dn, including the formation of a child placement
, ." The family's needs will be attended from as-
in alleviating maladjustments within the home envir-
it to vocational advice for the "problem" employee.
of the vocational service with
which the new department will
have to deal. The other type of
"incapacitated" individual, he ex-
plained, will be the "difficult"
prospective employee who comes
to the department as a JSSB refer-
ral. There are, for example, num-
erous persons who apply to the
Bureau for family counselling.
Often beset with emotional disturb-
ances, they are poor breadwinners
as a result of familial maladjust-
ment.
"In such cases," according* to
Comanor, "the JjKB will attempt
to aMeviate the jproblem on the
basis of our professional skills and
within the scope of our field- U it
is also apparent that vocational
counselling is needed for total re-
adjustment, these cases will be
sent on to the Vocational Service
Department where, we hope, a
long list of available jobs will soon
be on tap for the people who call
on us."
Comanor stressed that, in all
these operations, both the Jewish
Social Service Bureau and the Vo-
cational Service Department would
maintain complete self-autonomy.
"In this sense," he said, "we envi-
sion JSSB's enlarging its horizons
to grow from a family counselling
agency, alone to a community
service organization." adding that,
"we even envision the formation of
a child placement service."
Chairman of the new depart-
ment is Herbert Scher with Emil
Gould, vice chairman. Scher is an
active worker with the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, a vice
president of JSSB and has long
been associated with civic endeav-
or here. "In establishing a broad
vocational service agency, avail-
able to our entire Jewish popula-
tion, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation has made what can be
a most important contribution to
the economic well-being of Miami.
Certainly one of the most impor-
tant questions before every wage
earner is the way in which he will
earn his living." Scher said. "Ina-
bility to find satisfactory employ-
ment, failure to get along satisfac-
torily on the job. lack of knowl-
edge about what kind of work
might successfully be undertaken
these are common problems
which cause uncertainty, unhappi-
ness and economic waste."
There are many employers,
Scher added, who are impressed by
what has been said about the needs
of vocationally handicapped peo-
ple and who would like to make
their contribution by offering ap-l
propriate jobs to them. "The Voca-
tional Service Department is an
agency to which they can turn and
which is available for their use in
accomplishing this fine objective."
Gould was president of the now
defunct Jewish Voational Service
and early recognized the need for
vocational counselling as a corn-
chairman of the Committee on
Handicapped Placement, Miami
Chamber of Commerce. Axlrod has
long been identified here with Na-
tional Employ the Handicapped
Week and has been instrumental
in placing into jobs in local indus-
try many incapacitated persons.
"The great need for the new vo-
cational service," Axlrod explain-
ed, "is emphasized by the drastic
curtailment of funds for the Flor-
ida State Employment Service
which leaves the present handicap-
ped placement service of that ag-
ency so inadequately staffed that
on many occasions it has not even
the time to refer to its files. For
that reason," he added, "the Cham-
ber of Commerce , Handicapped Placetnent is ex
tremely grateful for .'this new com-
munity service."
An "outlet" for the Vocational
Sendee Department will be the
Jewish Vocational Workshop cre-
ated to provide a place of employ-
ment for persons who would other-
wise be denied the opportunity of
earning an income, to supply these
persons with a satisfying social ex-
perience in a situation where there
is. a feeling of self-esteem, to re-
establish work habits and to pre-
pare them to find, ultimately, other
types of employment.
In September, responsibility for
Albert Ctmmnor
. Maintain lelf-antMsmr
tion in conjunction with JSSB's DP
program.
Strongin explained that it is
now "an integral part of the newly
created Vocational Service Depart-
ment." Depending on small manu-
facturing firms and other types of
businesses to supply them with
subcontracts, the workshop will
look for assembly, packaging, col-
lating and other simple industrial
processes of a similar nature that
can provide employment for per-
sons assigned to the shop.
In succinct terms, Comanor sum-
med up the aims of the new agen-
cy. 'The Miami Jewish commu-
nity," he said, "now has a new
service. Its Board will be con-
cerned with Jewish vocational
administration of the workshop, I needs and make recommendations
previously carried by the Miami j on the vocational services that are
Section of the National Council of or might be provided in connec-
Jewish Women, was turned over to | tion with those needs. Now it is up
the Jewish Social Service Bureau to the community to decide on the
by Federation. The workshop had
been established originally to func-
Vocational
future."
Service Department's
Officers of the Greater Miami Chapter, Women's Branch of
the- Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America,
were installed recently at the Victor Hotel by Rabbi Simon
April, spiritual leader of the Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation. Left to right are the Mesdame Frances Ullian. vice
president; Simon April, president; and Max Rappapart. treas-
urer. Back row are the Mesdames Louis Shafkin. vice presi-
dent; Meyer Katz. vice president; Malvina Schwartz, recording
secretary; and Jack C. Rosenberg, vice president. Not shown
are Mrs. Edward L. Becker, corresponding secretary, and Mrs.
William Weintraub, vice president. ____
ill on Western Powers to Bring Eastern Peace
tinud from Pag* 1 B
ve all. of the IS which,
ower and prestige, should
jmed leadership on this
j that they have lacked the
ad determination to attack
?lem at its root.'" Dr. Gold-
titinued "They have al-
nlt with it in piecemeal
I know very well that po-
oblems may often have to
[with in just this way. piece
, step by step. But this is
lion that calls for funda-
teolutions. for the explore-
V imaginative and daring
present dramatic issues
the Arabs and Israel
boundaries and Jerusal-
be disposed of with not
y difficulties once the fun-
issue is resolved, namely,
al of the Arab states to
ge Israel as a composite
{the Near East, as a sover-
eign State and neighbor," Dr. Gold-
mann pointed out.
Declaring that "it is our obliga-
tion as Americans, as Jews and
Zionists, to insist that the Ameri-
can Government assume this initi-
ative without fear of Arab protests
or Arab resentment," Goldmann
said. "Professional 'friends' of the
Arab cause will never succeed in
frightening American Jews and
silencing their expression of deep
interest in Israel. As long as Arab-
Israel relations are not normal,
America will be unable to organize
this area, so indispensable to its
global security. Hence, there is
complete harmony between Amer-
ican-Zionist demands and Amer-
ica's interests and to imply other-
wise is deceitful and immoral "
Rabbi Silver emphasized in his
message that Israel will need the
political as well as the economic
support of the American Jewish
community for many years to
come. He also predicted that in-
tensified anti-Israel activity on the
American scene, "is likely to con-
tinue for some time."
"It is my strong conviction," Dr.
Silver continued, "that the present
Administration in Washington will
wish to safeguard the basic rights
and interests of Israel. I am equal-
ly convinced that in the lower
echelons of the government there
are, as there have been, such as
are hostile to Israel, and that many
pressures will be used and many
maneuvers will be resorted to by
those whose machinations we had
to face all through the years, and
who are quick to capitalize on ev-
ery mistake which is made in Is-
rael."
Mr. Lipsky, in his address, em-
phasised "the magnificent fratern-
al eooperation" of the entire Amer-
ican Jewish community in the work
for Israel. He urged the Zionists
"to take advantage" of this spirit
of cooperation. "The community
approaches us with friendly ges
tures. let us take their hands in
friendship," he said. "The battle
of ideas has come to an end in a
warm peace. There is a general
desire to cooperate in every field
of endeavor. Whatever concerns
Israel, concerns them. This friend-
ship should be nurtured without
wandering into the broad field of
organizational forms, which are in-
cidental to this unique situation."
The session also discussed the
role of the Zionist movement in
communities throughout the coun-
try, on the college campuses and
in the field of Jewish education.
Dr. Moshe Davis, Provost of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, urged further develop
ment of Hebrew language study in
the general schools, and said that
more young people should be en-
couraged to visit Israel.
Dr David W. Petegorsky, execu-
tive director of the American Jew-
ish Congress, who spoke on the
Zionist participation in the Ameri-
can communities, said that the fu-
ture of American Jewry as a com-
munity "and its capacity to con-
tribute meaningfully and construc-
tively to Jewish life everywhere
depends on bringing the concept
of Zionist survival to bear on com-
munal problems far more effec-
tively than in the past."
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, na-
tional director of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation, speaking on the
attitude of college students to Zion-
ism and Israel, pointed out that
Jewish youth has no sense of inse-
curity in American society; "If.
therefore, they go to Israel, they
win go not for negative reasons,
not because of a flight from Amer-
ica, but because they have come
to understand that Israel also is
engaged in a worthwhile democrat-
ic task," he said.


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Inaugurate
jary 10th, will mark
kickoff date for
ion in Greater Mi-
[ of the Combined
it has been an-
9n Kanner. Corn-
Appeal campaign
tented move to in*
Himum number of
!fn this year's fund
{of nearly 100 dele-
Hebrew schools
lade County will
ckoff rally from 10
the Bureau of Jew-
Mrtzmnn, executive
Bureau, will serve
and advisor for the
in this year's cam-
ves of 15 schools in
lir schools at Miami
in age from 11 to
on hand for the
nference. The pro-
llude a bus caravan
bal agencies and in-
ch are beneficiaries
ned Jewish Appeal,
with a luncheon
pencil's, a film show-
on the world-wide
Combined Jewish
delivered by local
ers.
will receive a
jbier aspects of the
nd total plans for
pation will be out-
program plans set
rartzman, the dele-
live campaign liter-
honor rolls and
ildren's "Treasure
are being utilized
me in any Youth
lign and will repre-
ent's personal stake
upaign.
nor rolls will be
than 200 Hebrew
ium, featuring vaudeville acts,
movies and a full program of en-
tertainment. Some 2,000 youth and
their parents are expected to at-
tend the event.
Assisting with arrangements in
the Youth Division are Meisel, Max
C. Gettinger, director of Budget
and Community Planning of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
and Herbert Berger, extension ac-
tivities director at the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
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Planning a Combined Jewish Appeal youth rally for Sunday,
January 10th, are (left to right) Jerome Gordon, educational
director, Beth David Synagogue; Herbert Z. Berger, extension
activities director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Louis
Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau; and Max Meis-
el, Bureau president. The event will be held at the Bureau of
Jewish Education and will mark the kickoff for Greater Miami
youth in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal
school classrooms throughout Dade
County. The unique placards will
bear the signatures of those stu-
dents making personal contribu-
tions to the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
"We are confident that commu-
nity leaders of tomorrow, with a
deep sense of civic responsibility,
will come forth from the ranks of
these students to serve in CIA
campaigns of the future," said Max
Meisel, Bureau president, discuss-
ing the educational value of the
Youth Division training program.
Climax of the Youth Division ac-
tivities in the Combined Jewish
Appeal will be a mammoth pep
rally scheduled for Sunday, 10 a.m.,
in the Miami Municipal Auditor
rary
. ail
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1.71
it Poet To be Honored
nd Hebrew poet I.
U be honored at a
Dg and concert on
10th, 8 p.m., in
Ddge Auditorium.
will mark the ar>
["Schwartz" book, an
eal poem entitled,
in commemoration
action of the Jewish
fin Latvia.
iml'T Mukdoni. noted
c. will review the Yid-
lebrew writer's works.
Dr. Mukdoni, the re-
li.slu-il poem "is a great
pne which well niemo-
ish existence in a past
tz," Dr. Mukdoni de-
uncovers this existen
vividness. It is a por-
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om our consciousness."'
{ram will include promi-
ts and personalities as
It- occasion honoring the
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PAGE 11 B
nbvin
\e Here
Eltenbein, national
Ctor of the Mizrachi
Ex pension Program.
[Southern tour in he
thening the member
Bliglous Zionist group
States.
guest speaker at a
|i Melaveh Malkeh on
ling, January 2nd, 8
Hotel Kenmore. Dr.
Il discuss: The Future
I The State of Israel.
It of the program was
|y Emanuel Lackey,
I. Diamond, chair
nan! of the Mizrachi
[of Greater Miami.
|in is visiting the area
for his committee.
organization is com-
iir Ilan University at
Israel.
Book on Jewish Music I
Published in New York
NEW YORKJewish Music Con-
cert Programs, a new booklet con-
taining complete programs of Jew-
ish music selected from among
those performed in various cities
over the country in 1953, was pub-
lished this week by the National
Jewish Welfare Board sponsored
National Jewish Music Council, it
was announced by Rabbi Emanuel
Green, Council chairman.
Designed to provide musicians
and music directors with fresh
ideas and repertoire and to create
a medium for exchange of program
ideas, the new music aid lists pro-
grams sponsored by Jewish com-
munity centers, local Jewish music
councils, synagogues and other
Jewish groups and music organiza-
tions.
LEGAL NOTICE
Tomen to Have
Monday
nen. Club No. 2, will
(Tty on Monday eve-
4th. 8 p.m., at
i Congregation.
for the Child Res-
Bprding to Mrs. Ida
Hot. Hostesses will
Tdames Louis Gross-
kspan. Nat Ostrov,
Miss Ida Myron.
irv
Albert
[has been promoted
lager to sales man-
Dairy Products Co.,
Miami. An-
nouncement o f
the promotion
was made by
Matthew S. Band-
1 e r, executive
vice president.
Albert has
been with June
Dairy more than
10 y e a r s He
came here from
New York and
{round of 20 years of
with large corporations.
Vorld War II, Albert
flight instructor, train
Br the Army and Navy
nth his wife and two
Miami Beach.
Race Set
M*a v m (lull
Kennel Club's presid-
| William R. Moore, has
the dates and condi
Mid-Season Finale race
be run closing night,
pinations for the added
will be run over the
Biscayne course. The
pm' is scheduled as the
Friday night, January
roiul elimination will be
following night with the
I to finish fn each con
psing the finale field,
(well, racing secretary,
the. names of the tol-
as possible starters in
|;it ions:
"crs Rural Mike. Paul
Quick Results. Fred
r Miss Katy Did, Can-
s' Uh4 Rocket and Mit*
lea Mulchings' Mort and
I. M. Kirkpatrick's May
Lovely's Tony Hunter,
fennels' Bfg and Tall,
Blair's Flash Shot4 M
mels' Freddy Ready. R.
l's Ample Time, Point
n's Ring Seal and Ran
Irs' JotUng and Hidden
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CUV EH that
'he undersigned desiring In engage In
business under the fit titloii* name of
r l.l-.Milli S. ..I 1(00 NI.W TIM Ave.
Intend to register said name with the
CMrk ..r tno Circuit Court of Dads
County, Florida.
ERIC MANVII.l.E
ERWIN R. EI.LER
BANPoRD s. I-ain.-k
tttorne) f..i Applicants
171? Conerees Riot,
!.' IS-2S -- l 1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN thai
the iiiiderylun, d. desiring to eiiK.iL-. iii
business under the fictitious nan.....f
KfNHET GIFTWARE, al Pill :,th
Miami Beai h. Intend to ref-
let .id name with the Clerlt ..r the
t In-iilt Cuurt of Dad* County, Flor-
ida.
IRVINo BERQER
SAMUEL boff
ll/lt-U l/i-s
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADS.
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*6110
HTEI'HEN ONACILLA. Plaintiff
vs.
LOI'ISH I* OXAC11.1.A. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LOIT1SE 1.. ONAt.IL.UA
ISfl Av, line A
Uaynnne, New Jersey
Yoi: ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Rffl of Complaint for Divorre
has keen filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on the plaintiff's attorneys,
IJBNKT A (ifiNET, 420 Lincoln Road.
Ml.nil Beach, Florida, and file the
original Answer In the Office of the
Clark ..f the Circuit Court, on or he-
fore the 2nd day of February, 1S.".4.
or a m-rree I'ro Confesso will be
entered against \nii
I'ATKI) at Miami. Florida, this 24th
day of December, 1*53.
K B. LEATHHRMAN,
Clerlt. Circuit Court.
Bade County, Hoi nla.
By: R. H. kick, .ii:
(Heal) Deputy Clerk
1 / l-i.-l.1-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEAl'TI NICHE BEAl'TY 8ALON,
N W 71'th Stieet. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Cade County.
I- lorida,
ZEL.C.E pepper
HELEN FARRI8
iSi.l,- Owners)
i/i-t-is-n
NOTICE 4V INTENTION TO
REOISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
KNOW A I.I. MEN BY
TW)fflBaiyf %*&m
.tfsHtess'aw'Ni-u/HiNrnfinitr.'' m
N W r.d Av nue, Miaait, MstMh.,
Int. nds 1.. r.K>lr, Said Ham.'.
HILLS M'HSI'RY, with the Clerk
of the l>ail^ County, Florida, Circuit
Court pursuant to the Fictitious
Name Statute of Florida.
WILLIAM K. Hl"LL. sole owner
SHELDON BI'BLER. Att>.
Security Bid* Miami. Fla.
1/1-8-lo-IJ
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25S63
RE: ESTATE OF
UH'IS N. SMITH, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Blschanre ax Executrix of the
elate "f LOUIS N SMITH. d< .- d
and that on the 2'.'th day of Januarx,
ISM. will apply to the Honorable W
I- BI.ANTON County Judge of Dude
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Executrix of the estate of LOL'IS
N. SMITH, l>.-.. s.il
This 22nd day of December. ItT.S
I.KT'TIK AISTIN SMITH
HI'TNEH HCTNER. Esqs.
ith Floor OlfSHpla Building
Minim. I I..iid*
Attoi n. \ for Executrix
1/1-8-1..-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PITCH Ft IKK DRIVE IN and RES
TAI'KANT. at 1221 Fifth St.. Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
.-aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florlrin.
A 1 KLBJNMAN
HARol.H Z1NN
Attorney for A. I.'Klelninan
l2/2i 1/1-s-li
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVSN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
rJusiii.-ss under the fictitious name of
HETTY'h A- CHIVE'S i.ltOCERY. at
1641 N W 7th Street. Miami, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dad* County.
n"r"'"- CHARLES H.-MARCO
KESSLEIl A OARS
Attorney! for Applicant
ITS! W Flagler St
12 21 1/1-8-li
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PRICE CABINET WoRKS. i |la
N.E. 138rd Street, North Miami. Flor-
ida. Intends to register saldt name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coin t of
Bade Countv. Florida.
hbbr ulass INDUSTRIES, INC.
homer l mahu>w
Attorney for
Filler Class Industries. Inc.
415 l^ungrord Building, Miami, Florida
1/1-1-15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*6038
HERMAN J. OrtEENREKO, Plaintiff
vs.
ALICE A. OKEE.VBERC. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ALICE A. OKEENRKRtl
sl2 Yellowstone Boulevard
I-..rest HUP.. Ix>ng Island,
New York
YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of c.mplalnt for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
aliove entitled cause ami you are
hernliy required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on Plaintiff's attoine>s, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Com t on or befoi e the
2.1th day of January, 1954; otherwise.
,i Decree Pre Confess.) will be enter-
ed against you.
Thin notice shall be puhllhed OBce
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH M.OKIDIAN.
Haled at Miami. Florida, this I3rd
day of Decemhei. 1953.
K B. I.K VTHKRMAX.
Clerk, Circuit Court
BT: W.M W STOCKING,
Deput) cierk
BALLOT. SILVER Ml'LLoY
Attorney! for Plaintiff
;l Consr.ss Building, Miami, |-ia.
II K L'l-s-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th,. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business iimler the fictitious name of
TREASt'RE isi.K BEAl'TY BALON,
SI 7tll St Causeway, Miami, intends
to reglStet sni.l name with the Clerk
of th* Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida,
BERTHA BURME8TER
- 1/1
NOTICE BY'PUBXlCATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 1646,8
Rose miller, plaintiff,
\
SAMUEL MILLER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SAMIKI. MILLER,
.. .M. Solomon,
IM-25A 68th Avenue.
Baysl.lc. !.ong Island, New Ym k
You. samiki, MILLER, are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed Bgatnsl
>ou. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plaint-
iffs Attorney, FRANK COHN. One
Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami Beach 3f.
FlorMa, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
12th day of January, 1*54. If you fall
to do s... judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Rill of noniplalnt.
Thia notice shall he published once
earh week for four .-onsectitlve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORRMAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thia 7th day of I>ecembcr,
AD. 1953.
E. B. l.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Inde Countv. Florida
By K. II. RICE, JR.
'Circuit curt Seal) Deputy Clerk
FRANK COHN
On.- Lincoln ltd. Bldg.
Miami Reach 39. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12'll-I-25 1/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT-OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCBRY. No. 168022
Mt-RRAY COHEN, Plaintiff
KlJiftKOR .eoHEN, Dsft-nriant uV
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: *ri.BAN*>H cOHEW
934 Carroll Street
Brooklyn. New York, ew York
You, I7I.Ea.NOR COHEN, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, SEYMOlR B LIEBMAN.
Esq., *0S Uncoln Road. Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
2
to. d/ so, judgment by default will
he taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Bill of Complaint
This notlce.ahall be published once
each week for four consecutive, weeks
in the Jewish fi/oribian
DONE AND oRBKRWB nt Miami.
Florida, this 21st day of December,
A 11. 19,13.
E. B I.KA IHERM.AN.
Ciei k. en, mi Curt,
Bade Countv. Florida
B) M C. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Depute Clerk
SEYMi.l i: P. LIEBMAN, Esq.
Attorne) for Plaintiff
05 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, F.a.
12/2.1 l/t-S-U
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3I720B
lu I!.- ESTATE OF
WH/LIAM Woi.KF' Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said F:state:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
ehher of vou. ram have against the
estate of WILLIAM Wol.l'K. deceas-
ed late of Bade County. Florida, to
the Honorable County Judges of Bade
County, and file the same in their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Floilda. within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal -ad-
dress of the rial man! and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will he barrel
I lute Perember 21, A.D. IS
ARTHCR A KIMMEL.
As Executor of the l-.-t Will
and Testament of
WII.I.IAM WOLFF", Deceased.
MORTON ROTHENBERU
Attorney for Executor
I3/ 1 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AI'TO MAINTENANCE SERVICE, at
241H NW 36th Street, Miami. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
CIIAP.I.ES Ti'RUT-ELLA
El.Wool i i: HORTON
MANCEI. i.l BEL
Attorney for Applicants
824 Flafler St.
12 '18-2,1 1 l-v
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTV JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 28074-A
rjfnfc or
1, JCOBKON, I
III** fcHT.'
ISABF:i, JCOBSON, Decease!
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE In herebj given thai I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Blachar*e aa Bxi itor
of the Last wni and Testamei of
ISABEL JACOBSON, deceased;
that on the I 1th .lav of January, 1*54,
I \\ III apply to the Honorable FRANK
B DOwLlNa, Count) Jud*T* "' Hide
County, Florioja, for approval ol eaid
final report and f..i final dls
Executor ol i he Last Will and 'I i
>f ISA BEL .lACopsoN. ,i. -
7th day of l>.....mber, 1(3
HARRY JACOBSON,
Exei ut..i ..f th* i^ist Will
and Testament of
ISABEL JACOBSON,
tin-en d
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
attorney for Executof
4211 Lincoln Hua.l. Miami Beach. Fll
12/11-18-25 1/1
m.-nt
ceil sed
Tins
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 27981-B
RE ESTATE OP
SOI/1MON PODOARSKT, also
known as s.i Podasrslcyi peceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- herebj given that I have
filed in\ final report and petition for
Final Dlscharve Administratrix of
h, estate of SOLOMON PODQAR-
>KY. also known a> fjol Podaaraky,
deceased; and that on the 20th dav
of January, 1M4, I .11 apply to the
Honorable c,.unt\ Judges of Dade
county.- F'l.Hvnti, v:Tinmu.ivi "' anld
Afmlnlfflntrts* W or
SOI.O.M.^J PolKJARSKY. also kmvs
as Sol Podgarsky. deceased.
This VolYi day of December. 19.13.
JESSIE PODOARSKY
MYERS. Hi:iMl\ KAPLAN
Attorneys f..r
Jessie Podgarsky, Administratrix
12 18-M 1/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnge in
business under the fictitious name nf
Kl.l.l.iT PEARI. SAPI. BEI.ENKE
and BIRTon BELENKE, Partners.
.1 b a HOC8E "F WATCHES, ut 3IH)
Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida
KI.I.P i IT PEARI. (1'3>
SMI. BEI.ENKE II "I
Bl'RTON BELENKE (1 3)
K \ss \NI> F ll.I.ER
Attorneys for Elliott Pearl.
Saul Belenke and Burton Belenke.
Partners, d i> llous.- of Watches
II i> :.i 1/1-8
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATION OUTFITS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
i-'sfSti

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 29*26
RE. ESTATE OF
SARAH IDA iil.ICK.MAN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that 1
have filed ni\' final report arid petl
tlon for F'lnal Ins, halve as Adminis-
trator of th. eats.....f SARAH IDA
OI.ICK.MAN, deceased: and that on
the 11th day of January. IM4, I will
appiv to the Honorable frank ii.
DOWl.INO, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrator of the Estate of SAR-
AH IDA (B.ICKMAN. deceased
This Tth da] ..f December. 1913.
NATHANIEL c, lick MAN
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for .Administrator
12 ll-ll at i i
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1*4390
JOF:i. ISAACS, Plaintiff.
/nMIB' ISAACS, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JESSIE ISAACS
141 A Weat FTnd Avenue,
Brooklyn. N.Y.
e/o Hlrach
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has beSti
filed against you, and you are re.<-
d to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Camp-
on the plaintiff n Attorney. HENRY
M. CAIN, 2SI West Planter Srreet.
Miami. Fia., and file the original Ati--
wer or Pleading in the office of tiirt
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
foi e the llth day of January. |v,t.
If >ou fail to do sot Judgment bv de.
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published Oflca
i week for four consecutive w^eka
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at M iml.
Florida, this Jth day of December.
a I. [MS.
E. B. LEATHERMA..
Clerk. Circuit Com'
Dade County. Plortda
By W.M W STOCKING,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy
HENRY M CAIN
Attornej f..r Plaintiff
IS18 West nagl-r St, Miami. T ,.
12/1I-I8-2.1 1/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN
th,. underlined, desiring to engage n
he fictitious nan... ,f
Tin: BAZ \ \k. si "!. N i:. tad
Avenue, Miami. Floilda. Intend t>
register wld name with the Cli cuii i"out t of i iad i'
Florida
JI'LIAN KOTLER
HILDA KOTLER
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for The Ilazaa-e
12 -II-I8-23 1/1
N0T)CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL BALES CO., ,. t ti sw
27th Ave., Miami, intend to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. F
H. R. SIRMAN
W .1. .SMITH
SANFORD S FAL'NCE
Attorney foi Applicants
1717 Congress Bldg.
12 11-18-2.1 1 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN tht
the undersigned, desiring to engag,. in
eaa under the fictitious name of?
BAY PLAZA I i:\iTV BALON It
ISO N.H llth Si. Miami, intend- t,
register ^.ii.l name with th,- Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
ANN REI9
12 11-18-23 1/1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. J1356-A
In He ESTATE OF
LOI'IH l.lsKoVVITZ. IWeased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said I'-i.ii.-
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required t< present an.
claim* and demands which you. or
,. have against the
estate of IjUMS LISKOWITZ. de-
1 late of Dade QoUflty, Florida.
to the II......r.ilili Coin:.. Judges of
I'a.l. County, and file the same In
.ii i- Count] en thiaist
in Dade County, FXnrida. within eleht
.akn.iii mesirhs frnnl the duee ol the
first iMil.ljcat ion hereof. Saul claiuia
or demands to contain the lei
i Hi.- lalmant and bo b* (Worn
to and uresentad as aforesaid,
will b,
Date December 4. A l> 1958
RABBI M MKS.HKI.iiH-',
q-JAs Altmlntatrator of the
lL>tte of .
TXillS LlPKoAVl-rt,
iieceassn
MAI.V1N ENOLANDBR
Attorney for
lUbbl M MeKcheloff, Administrator
1J/11-18-I5 1/1
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice IS HERERY GIVEN tint
the iindei-iK'licd. etivaged in the busi-
ness under the fictitious name, of
.!' DEL HAIR STYLISTS, at 2117
Southwest Douglas Road. Mist
I'li.l da, have dissolved the said pirt-
nerahlp and use .f ths trade name by
deleting '.in'' therefrom.
JOSEPHINE R MANILOFV
OEOROES MVNIIJiFF
FANNIE D. ROFFLER
KDMI >ND O RoF"FT.F:R
HCTNER A HITNKH
Attorneys for Applicants
12ii Olympia Bldg.. Miami. Florid v
12/11-18-25 I 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVBN that
the iind.-i signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KAOLE RADIO \ TELEVISION, at
128* N W J*th Street. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Cn.uit Court of I lade County. l'..r-
i.l.i
A. EHWARD STEVENS
MONROE IdNiiN
Attorne. for Applicant
MM Olympia Bldg.
I I v I
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJenisti fhrkttan
solicits your feejal notices. '
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
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PAGE 12 B
Israe! Opens First Paper Mill; Will
Provide $1,000,009 Annual Saving
new TORK Israels firs, paper rived from (ho State of Israel Bond ;
mills were dedicated (his week at to"*,she sharelti Acting Prime
the town of Hadera, located mid- Minlster ^rM.\. and PereU
way between Tel Aviv and Haifa i;i.n>;,.jn Cor.menv Minister,
The enterprise, financed by invesl spoke al the ceremonj which was
ors from the United States. Brazil, attended bj 'ome ^persons. J-
Australia and Israel, is expected eluding visitors from m
to meet most of the new nation s
current paper needs.
The new nation's diversified in-
dustrial network, which for the
first few years of its existence
functioned without the benefit of
nations .. ,
Officials of the companj called
American Israeli Paper Mills, Ltd.
stated that paper import- hith-
erto cost Israel S3.000.ooo a year
in foreign currencj hrael will stiH
rs
factory, whirt
siied J the Merritt-Chapman
S Corporation oi M
wS riuK an Mnuai retose ol
$1,073,000 for | J
oorted from Finland, while h
Sis required
bought from the Unit.
CSn -ving to the SU* in
hard can, be app.
mately $1,000,000, < subsuntiai
contribution toward the G
menfs goal ol reducing the foreign
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functioned without tne ueneni in ...... nH c-oo(h)i) to S800000I"_______________
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aiionai techniques, is oeins ex-iivi -.. f~ c(MW.ialties like
panded and modernized with the Citrus fruit and J"^8^*? "g
assistance of investment capital de photographers paper, which m
The Beth El radio hour over
WMIE on Friday, 4 pm. will let
ture an address b) Dr Shmarywu
T Swirsk) on the dramatu pi
John Brown's Body, b) Stephen
Vincent Benet
What is considered the largest fronton building
States opened officially lat wek. according
announcement by B. I. Binder, general manager ofi
Tampa Jai-alai Fronton. Over a million dollars wersi
to build this modem sports arena seating 3.500 pe
sides Binder, others associated with the operation
J. Kraemer. of the Revere Racing Association, and
ner. of Miami and New York.
Samuel J. Goldfarb (right) turns over a conversion slip for
S75.000 in Israel Bonds to Joseph Mazer at a reception honor-
ing Mazer at the Saxony Hotel early last week. Left to right
are Joseph M. Rose, Dr. Paul Riebenfeld, Charles Fruchtman
and Mazer. Rose and Fruchtman were co-hosts at the meet-
ing which saw more than SI50,000 in Israel Bonds converted
into the stock of Mazer's new paper mill in Israel or into the
stock of the newly-formed Israel Enterprises, Inc.
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1 raiD AY. IANU PAGE 12 B Israe! Opens First Paper Mill; Will Provide $1,000,009 Annual Saving NEW TORK Israels firs, paper rived from (ho State of Israel Bond ; mills were dedicated (his week at to "* she sharelti Acting Prime the town of Hadera, located midMinlster ,„ ^ rM .\. and PereU way between Tel Aviv and Haifa i ;i n> ;,.j n Cor.menv Minister, The enterprise, financed by invesl spoke al the ceremonj which was ors from the United States. Brazil, attended bj 'ome ^persons. JAustralia and Israel, is expected eluding visitors from m to meet most of the new nation s current paper needs. The new nation's diversified industrial network, which for the first few years of its existence functioned without the benefit of nations .. Officials of the companj called American Israeli Paper Mills, Ltd. stated that paper importhitherto cost Israel S3.000.ooo a year in foreign currencj hrael will stiH rs „• factory, whirt siied J the Merritt-Chapman S Corporation oi M wS riuK an Mnuai retose ol $1,073,000 for | J oorted from Finland, while h Sis required bought from the Unit. C Sn -ving to the SU* in hard can, be app. mately $1,000,000, %  < subsuntiai contribution toward the G menfs goal ol reducing the foreign eurrer 4 MM0M00 in I9M |W mt*m"^ ,,,,wl wl functioned without tne ueneni in %  „„ nH C-OO(H)I) to S800000 I" KJSSSWS ?Si^* rirr,::.' Discussed aiionai techniques, is oeins ex-iivi %  -.• %  f ~ c(MW .ialties like panded and modernized with the Citrus fruit and J"^ 8 ^*? "g assistance of investment capital de photographers paper, which m The Beth El radio hour over WMIE on Friday, 4 pm. will let ture an address b) Dr Shmarywu T Swirsk) on the dramatu pi John Brown's Body, b) Stephen Vincent Benet What is considered the largest fronton building States opened officially lat wek. according announcement by B. I. Binder, general manager ofi Tampa Jai-alai Fronton. Over a million dollars wersi to build this modem sports arena seating 3.500 pe sides Binder, others associated with the operation J. Kraemer. of the Revere Racing Association, and ner. of Miami and New York. Samuel J. Goldfarb (right) turns over a conversion slip for S75.000 in Israel Bonds to Joseph Mazer at a reception honoring Mazer at the Saxony Hotel early last week. Left to right are Joseph M. Rose, Dr. Paul Riebenfeld, Charles Fruchtman and Mazer. Rose and Fruchtman were co-hosts at the meeting which saw more than SI50,000 in Israel Bonds converted into the stock of Mazer's new paper mill in Israel or into the stock of the newly-formed Israel Enterprises, Inc. WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday thru Monday (Jan. 1-4) __^_^__ MORNING FRIDAY 7:00' Today 7:15 7:30 7:45! SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 T>*t Pi • -n.. '•I 1 'I Hill |:o Dliji I I Si h.,| T t... II %  .:: 9:30 Strike [I 9:45 10:00 ThI.inv Sh..w 10:15 Valiant Lady 10:30 !>!,,. 10:45 8m. i: I II M .%  II li... SI •• ll R h Li vi 11:00 Wl,...| „f Kortu,,. 11:30 Menu Ma| 11:45' ml Lad %  I %  12:00 Noon IMiiM.n 12:15 Love ol Life 12:30 Sean li For v 12:S Guldln Light 1:00 Bl '' I '•• RUIj •: v yi AFTERNOON Men Bi> Tup 1 'art', ,-. Tall.ui 1:15 1:30 O, B. Pn _1:45 2:00 -i. is. ,;.:„,.. 2:15 2:30 .2:45 3":O0 — 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:481 R "" Howl 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45i •I'l ..1 Air xSS„ — %  Ml '.'. %  I', i Bi Mr IV, Smatiul "li. ., ,,.. Sports Hillte* %  v -" %  • %  %  |;00 H,. Bowl Gam, %  6:15 6:30 6:45 EVJ NINO' Sill I IV. ill %  Kid %  Lone l: 7:00 ~ %  7:15 7:30 ro I. Edwards 7:46i Eddie Klshei 8:00 Mama 8:15 WSji s ; I.I ThH Two p MoMJ p i %  8:30 l-veool I Secrel ..: oeniitt Hajrhpuo, J f o be A %  9:30 Mr. Mi Xutley ij):JOj. i ...e,„KI B h„!. %  Bdn irfla '. I I •'. '• %  %  • Ann %  %  .! j0:45 Old Time \.u.,....i ""..'••"•"'• —\ ]& TS W ,n:i R-F !" ^. .:;________ 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 Sign Orr s un I I'f • s mn i iff A BLOWOUT IS DANGEROUS ANYWHERE!! Be Safe.,, SAVS! NORTON Tl REG FIRST QUALITY NO BLEMISH NO SECOND • U.5. EXTRA LOW PRESSURE 670 x 15 13.95 *>tro7 710 x 15 1 5 .95 / 760 x 15 1 6 .95 U.S. CENTIPEDE GRIP 600 x 16 11.95 650 x 16 1 6 .95 650 x 15 1 5 .95 WH I TEWALLS %  JSgff U.S. ROYAL FULL CAPS" 670x15.. 7.93 700x15.. 9.50 800x15. 10J9 710x15.. 8.77 760x15.. 9.53 820x15 .10.50 _____"• on c.ppobl. c.tin. or .dd $2.00. WkiLwolh 50c .tr.. NORTON TIRE'S EASY PAY PLAN • You deal with Norton Tirt only. Yoy art not "Formtd Out" to a Finance Co. !" • EASY TERMS Yoy i.t tk ttrnu to fit year budget • LOW DOWN rAYMINT G,,, You Rolling SERVING M0ST ESPICT GUARANTII FIORD. r,!l'„ £ ?~l "'• %  ••' "*• %  • •• %  _%  28 Years .,,!,,' •••'•• &f — •' &f *•&f Hiit %  • HU.S WYAL TIRE Heaipafters NORTON TIRE CO. MIAMI W W. Fl qkr Ml\>|| ill. \i ii M54 ALTON ROAD MIAMI 4900 M.W. U* H



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i^la^vifelbJEIlDipidliiciun VOLUME 28—Number 1 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS Adenauer Government Gives Old Guard Nazis High Official Positions By SAM MILLER JTA BONN—Germany\s chief executive Konrad Adenauer formally completed his Cabinet three months •ilier his unprecented triumph in the Bundestag elections. In examining the make-up of the Chancellor's Cabinet, it is well to bear in mind that, thanks to the absolute parliamentary majority he won for his own party, the tough, old man enjoyed a fairly free hand in making his selections. He was able to pick and choose, moreover, from among the entire four-party coalition he formed. So as to make sure of a Constitution-changing two-thirds majority, the Chancellor slaked the appetites of ambitious politicians by creating more Ministers than Germany has ever known before. At present, the count stands at 19, and already the government bench in the Parliamentary chambers will not hold them all. Next year a Minister of Defense and a Minister for Foreign Affairs are to be added. Prisoners of Nazism Conspicuously Missing The careers and beliefs of the 19 run the gamut from old-line liberal republicanism to romantic Guelphic monarchism. The protagonist of land reform, whom his opponents dubbed a "red" 25 years ago, rubs shoulders with the sleek mine operator and financier. Next to the unpretentious ex-carpenter, who never went beyond elementary school, sits the holder of two doctorates. The bitterly anti-Nazi unionist must li ntf with the one-time Nazi bigshot. About so heterogeneous a group few generalizations can be mad< -ave that in its composition many trends of German public life to the right of the Social Democrats liected. A (ew years ago, those who suffered grievously at the hands of Nazism were considered Germany's Mik' lemational moral asset." That group, however, is not represented in the new Government to any great extent. None of the 19 Ministers went into exile during the Third Reich. None has relatives who wire hounded or put to death. Not a single one saw the outside of a concentration camp. The brownr*%iirt.md the blackskirts, the secret police and the omnipresent party functionaries did not consider any oi thm sufficiently dangerous to the regime. Two or three were arrested for brief periods, it is true, and se\er..l lost their government or trade union jobs; a fair portion were inwardly opposed to the antics and crimes of Nazism. But only one—Jakob Kaiser—felt strong enough about it to conspire against Hitler, and he managed to elude the clutches oi the Gestapo. The Mm Ministers and the Nreet Reparations Pact In the span of a few years, Germany has climbed back to the status of a great power. From the Mmutries of Bonn, impulses—for good or for bad—will radiate throughout Europe, and beyond. Jews in particular are watching with apprehension and misgivings, yet at times with a glimmering of hope. Where do the 19 stand? / To examine their attitude on problems of general moment would lead too far afield. With regard lo specifically Jewish questions, the record of a number is either unknown or too spotty to permit the drawing of hard-and-fast conclusions. Their overall political conduct over the past 30 years furnishes a Ijirly reliable guide, however, and from it one can deduce that seven, at least, are hostile to Jews and i-sues of Jewish concern. This deduction can be corroborated by one illuminating criterion. On March 18th. 1953. the Israel l:paraiions Agreement came up for ratification in the Bundestag, of which most members of the present Cabinet were deputies. Those'who liberately and ostentatiously abstained from voting on that occasion, cli -avowing Chancellor Adenauer in the process, may certainly be regarded as hostile. Five of the Ministers—Hellwege, Preusker, Fritz Schaeffer, Strauss and Wuermeling—fall into that category. With respect to two others. Kraft and Oberlaender. there can be little doubt that, had they but been in the Bundestag, they would have turned against the reparations past. Some seven Ministers of the new Adenauer Government, in other words, came out against a gesture of amends for the monstrous crimes committed in Germany's name. Their action highlights the proloundly disturbing trends which found expression in the new Government, trends which are symbolized by the blithe disregard of the resolution adopted by the first Adenauer Cabinet that no Naxi Party member, and of course no one who had voluntarily belonged to the Storm Troops or to the SS, could hold a top government job. Sinister Figur.s in the Cabinet The most disquieting appointment of them all is that of Dr. Theodor Oberlaender (BHE Refugee Partv) as Minister for Refugee and Expellee Affairs. He worked in the Soviet Union in the early thirties, but it was Nazism which gave focus to the young agronomist's uncoordinated existence Hitler had barely moved into the Reich Chancellery when Oberlaender rushed his application for membership to the Nazi Party. He also joined the roughneck Storm Troops, in whose brownshirted ranks he attained a captaincy., With such qualifications to his credit, he wangled a university chair for "Agricultural Policy in 1934, NaffMinuter of Education Rust was so impressed by his political endowments that a couple of years later, he made him director of the Nazi Institute for East European Questions and at the same time. Professor of Constitutional Law at Greifswald U.iversity-th,s even though he had never^Judrcd la^ But perhaps the most telling indication of the great esteem m which he was he d in high NazQuarters ihi. 1939 appointment to the top national leadership-Reichsfuehrer, no > es ,^' J e ,.!^ gu n '" G r d Warburg, Schwartz to Speak At CJA Initial Gift Affair Wonderful! is this young Israeli's reaction to the news that powdered milk in the Jewish State will soon end as a steady substitute. Increased supplies oi milk are being made possible as a result of expanded agricultural programs financed by Israel Bond investments. Syrians Object to UN Ruling; Seek Veto Power of the country's distinguish< %  '' ha; .initarian personalities will *>hare the spotlight at Greater Mi emi s i Mnbined Jewish Appeal ini


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PAGE 6 A fjasjafnfa ffrr*&>r Miss Missry Weds Stanley H.Levy In a double ring ceremony at the Miami Beach Jewish Center or. December 20th. MiMolly Missry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max • v. 1545 Normandy Drive. Miami Beach, became the bride of Stanley H. Levy, son of Joseph Levy. Atlantic City. New Jersey, and Mrs. J. Staloff. Miami. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. Best man was Edward Weiner Ushers included Bert Berman. Shelly Waterman. Leon Kassin. Mark" Staloff. Irving Sultan and Morris Missry. Fran Kenner. Mrs Shelly Waterman, Shirley Kairy. Barbara Kairy, Ruth Tebell and Louise Kasser were bridesmaids. Matron of honor was Mrs. H. Beutel, with Brenda Missry and FRIDAY, IANli^y Sonibergs ChooZ New Orleans For Fteneynioon tw* S....U;., llllM)m ward Robert Soul ried at the Hib tm Mrs. Stanley H. Levy — A Elaine Beutel acting as junior bridesmaids Ai Misery was ringbearer. The bride selected a waltz-length gown of imported chantilly lace, long pointed sleeve*, portrait neckline and fitted bodice The bouffant skirt had nylon tulle pleated ruffle at the hem Her French illusion fingertip veil m attached to a Queen Ann cap of shirred tulle and seed pearl v She carried orchids on a Bible Her only piece of jewelry was a strand of pearlThe bride attended Miami Beach High School. Mr Levy attended Miami Jackson High School. He is in service and spent two year* overseas in Korea and Germany with an infantry division A reception and dinner followed at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. For her going away outfit, the bride selected a two-piece beige satin suit with white acci-They spent their honeymoon in Havana. Cuba. Mist Helen 1. Cati (.;it/. Decker Troth Honored at Party Mr and MrBernard Catz an nounce the engagement of their daughter. Helen Isabel, to Edward Decker A cocktail party was held in the couple's honor Saturday at the home of the bnde-elect. 11143 Boulevard, Mr Dec! nts are Mr and MrSamuel Decker. 532 NE 132nd Street The couple met three years ago at a teenage club. The bnde-elect is a sophomore at the Universit) ol Miami, historian of Alpha lambda Delta and treasurer of Sigma Lambda Phi's pli teaches Sunday School at the North Mr Decker, who leavefor the' Army in February, is a I'M senior, majonng in business administration, and i< employed part time bj ".int. • en set bj the cou I k : .'.heir wedding. Kohns Make Florida lour on Honeymoon In a simple ceremony at the home of the bridegroom. Hiss Ktelle K.....-.Kauffman became UM bride of Mr Stewart Lawrence Kohn The ceremonv was per: ed by Rabbi S If. Machtci on Sat urday. December 26th. at 6 p m. The bride, daughter of Mr and MrSamuel Kauffman. Staunton. Virginia, was given in marriage by her father Mr Kohn is -he son of Mr. and MrHarry Kohn 600 West 45th Street. Miami Beach Mrs. lamtt Htrtimun Hertzmans to Live In Louisville Mi.-s Marcia Beatrice Cohen and James Arthur Hertzman went on a wedding trip to New Orleans following their wedding on December 13th Dr. Jacob Kaplan of Temple Israel, and Dr. Joseph Raurh. of Louisville, Kentucky ofriciated ai the candlelight ceremony in the Biseayne rerrao Hotel The bride is the daughter of: Mr and Hra Jerome Cohen, 418 Alcazar Coral Gables. The groom's parentare Mr and MrI Hertzman, Louisville Matron of honor Was MrMich ael Rosenberg, sister ol the bride Mi — Ardis Finnieston u..bridesmaid. Mr Hertzman vvabest man for hi-on Michael Rosenberg, broth er-in-law of the bride. Charles Hertzman and Robert Hertzman. cousins of the groom, ushered. Mr Cohen gave his daughter in mar riage. A reception at the Biseayne Terrace Hotel followed the ceremony The couple will reside in Louisville. Mrs. Herbert Horde* Miss Kovacs' Fiance To Get Law Degree February 14th will be the wed ding day of Miss Rhoda Elinor Kovacs. daughter of MrShirley Kovacs. 1245 Pennsylvania Avenue and Walter Bernard Lebowil of Mr. and Mrs. George Lebowitz <4 Washington Avenue The bride-elect graduated from Miami Beach High School and Manhattan School for Dental Assistants in New York City. Mr. Lebowitz. now emploved as a band leader at the Sea Isle Hotel also graduated from Miami Beach High. He will receive his law degree from the University of Miami in February. k Th 1 weddin wil1 'ake place at the Delano Hotel. New Year's Eve Fete At Tolmach Home of 23,5 SW 22nd Avenue, will entertain at home with a New Year's tTaEd are" 0 8 ^ CXpeC,ed Miss Sylvia Strake Selects June June will be the month when Hiss Sylvia Joan Strake and War ren J Samuelare married The' bride-elect's engagement has been announced here by her parents. Mr and Mr| barles Mrake. 2211 MW l-t Street Mr Samuel-' parentare Mr •"><' Mri: A Samuels, 7517 Hi> la Avenue Treasure Island formerly of Philadelphia. Penn Miss Zisman Marries Herbert Horlick Mi-s Rhoda Jean Zisman became the bride of Herbert Horlick in an evening ceremony at Beth El Synagogue on Saturday. Kabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky officiated. The bride carried a Bible with white orchidgiven her by the bridegroom':mother Newly wed Mrs Horlick bl the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Zisman, 1773 NW 21st Terrace. Mr Horlick ithe son of Mrs. Frances L Horlick. 6760 SW 5th Terrace, and the late Mr Horlick. Given in marriage b) her father, the bride wore a gown of candlelight Ivor) ^atin trimmed at the collar and sleevewith lace, opalescent sequins and seed pearls The j floor length frock leatured a bouffant skirt and train Her tulle veil wl* attached to a crown of seed pearls and lace. Si>ter of the bridegroom. Miss Arlene Horlick, was maid of honor She wore a rose taffeta gown land carried a purple orchid Missies Roslyn Fox. Frances Sehhusler and Sandra Kramer, as bride;. maids, wore gray crepe, pink organza and orchid tulle They all carried carnation*. Flower girl was Ellen Schlusler. Joseph Horovitz was best man. Usherincluded Kenneth Schlussler and Larry Perl, the bride's cousins. Major Walter I. Horlick. the bride grooms brother, and David Ores ner Jerome Taft was -ol,,i-t Following a reception in Dora August Memorial Hall, the couple took a motor tour through Florida. They will be at home at 500 SW 4th Avenue, after January 4th on bunday in a 5.30 p n p-L: Rabbi Max Shapm, an ^? Maurice Mamches off, cutw f The bride is the riauoKt 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack *££** Island City. New York u r bergs parents are Mr .„,, Philip Somberg. 1753 s\v 5JJ enue, Miami. Matron of honor at -he c light ceremony w a M r Somberg, the bride's tuftM Jack I. Somberg, t h e brother, was best man Ushm! eluded Eugene I. Somberg. VJM A. Kluger. S. Scott Tinter udl aid Ager. The groom attended the \ — I'HV. 1 l*n I versifies of Florida and Miami, belonging (o Alpha Epsilon Pi Fitternity. He served with the armed] forces for two years. A reception followed the mony. Out-of-town guests inclu Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lincoln. AtlaatJ I Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Lincoln jel Mr. and Mrs. E. Btamenthal. Neti York City, and Mr. and MrD. M.J I taster. Atlanta. The couple are honeymooning, ml New Orleans and on their return will reside at 21 IS SW 3rd Aveaue.1 .i xx dnd Mrs Jack O^man, Mr. A w S Hyman Komaroff. H, and Mrs. Charles Belanoff. Mr and Rnh in R M ldb0 J rg Mr and Mrs. S Rubm. Mr and Mrs I. Kaufman. The Harry Shefskys, Mr and Mrs. B. Sharoff. the Abe Good mans Mrs. Sadie Siane. Phil^ornaroff and Mr. and Mrs. B. MeltMri S'twarf 1. Kohn The families are friends of lone *tandin£ The bride's sister E2 Ceclie Bernice Kauffman. o.H,. jno^Maryland, was the 0% ae T d he w T,h l 'p a ; f ,,rmerl > aie: with Richmond. Vireinia Newspapers. nc .. and ^^g* graduate of the University ,„ rtorda-associated w„h Harry Blum\Z£ aftL"""? Wblic account, ants in Miami Beach JJet a our ot Fl Her fiance will H.,J He is a membe \fi" **"* *~y and a grid *£ *" High School. ,Um Harriet Berman Engaged to Wed The engagement of their daugh ter. Harriett, to Joseph B Nerove u announced by Mr and Mrs Joeph Berman. of 3150 SW 2 3rd Mreet Mr Nerove's parents are Mr -ndMrl,.,vo.A N.rove o, ,836 N l-t Street MiBerman graduated from high school ln Milwaukee Wiseoiv the h '. S !* I ,r e-id ( .nt of "'Dynamic I'.ychoh.j.ical Soc.etv • %  'he Mlajftj Dai | v N( w Mr Nerove is a graduate of SyraSSPWf Will Mark 1 IKII 1 Anniversary uarv Ki D.. rridav. J an i, ''p-s,fnt::: I n • Mum or DuBois, Gertoer Troth Hcvealctl Mrs. Syd DuBois. of 804' Harding Avenue, Miami Beach, an-) nounces the engagement I her daughter. Annabel, to Arnold Gcrt-I ner. son of Mr. and Mrs Harry] Ortner. IBM SW 21st Street Miss DuBois attended the Lear] Due t,. u "" .! 'I ^ ,,..„ %  death of da V quietly .1 ,fc "*"•"< %  the on he,r .nn,yerr; h heCOUp,e Miss Aaasewf DwtWs School. Highland Manor. Long Branch. New Jersey, and i< a Junior at the University of Pennsylvania She is a member of Sigma Delta Tau. Mr. Gertner graduated from the University of Miami and served with the Army (taring World *ar n.



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JARY 1. 1954 H +Je**lst rkrkfton PAGE 11 B •nbvin \e Here Eltenbein, national Ctor of the Mizrachi Ex pension Program. [Southern tour in he thening the member Bliglous Zionist group States. guest speaker at a |i Melaveh Malkeh on ling, January 2nd, 8 Hotel Kenmore. Dr. Il discuss: The Future I The State of Israel. It of the program was |y Emanuel Lackey, I. Diamond, chair nan! of the Mizrachi [of Greater Miami. |in is visiting the area for his committee. organization is comiir Ilan University at Israel. Book on Jewish Music I Published in New York NEW YORK—Jewish Music Concert Programs, a new booklet containing complete programs of Jewish music selected from among those performed in various cities over the country in 1953, was published this week by the National Jewish Welfare Board sponsored National Jewish Music Council, it was announced by Rabbi Emanuel Green, Council chairman. Designed to provide musicians and music directors with fresh ideas and repertoire and to create a medium for exchange of program ideas, the new music aid lists programs sponsored by Jewish community centers, local Jewish music councils, synagogues and other Jewish groups and music organizations. LEGAL NOTICE Tomen to Have Monday nen. Club No. 2, will (Tty on Monday eve4th. 8 p.m., at i Congregation. for the Child ResBprding to Mrs. Ida Hot. Hostesses will Tdames Louis Grosskspan. Nat Ostrov, Miss Ida Myron. irv Albert [has been promoted lager to sales manDairy Products Co., Miami. Announcement o f the promotion was made by Matthew S. Band1 e r, executive vice president. Albert has been with June Dairy more than 10 y e a r s He came here from New York and {round of 20 years of with large corporations. Vorld War II, Albert flight instructor, train Br the Army and Navy nth his wife and two Miami Beach. Race Set M*a v m (lull Kennel Club's presid| William R. Moore, has the dates and condi Mid-Season Finale race be run closing night, pinations for the added will be run over the Biscayne course. The PM' is scheduled as the Friday night, January roiul elimination will be following night with the I to finish fn each con psing the finale field, (well, racing secretary, the. names of the tolas possible starters in |;it ions: "crs Rural Mike. Paul Quick Results. Fred r Miss Katy Did, Cans' UH4 Rocket and Mit* lea Mulchings' Mort and I. M. Kirkpatrick's May Lovely's Tony Hunter, fennels' Bfg and Tall, Blair's Flash Shot 4 M mels' Freddy Ready. R. l's Ample Time, Point n's Ring Seal and Ran Irs' JotUng and Hidden NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CUV EH that 'he undersigned desiring In engage In business under the fit titloii* name of r l.l-.Milli S. ..I 1(00 NI.W TIM Ave. Intend to register said name with the CMrk ..r tno Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. ERIC MANVII.l.E ERWIN R. EI.LER BANPoRD s. I-AIN.-K tttorne) f..i Applicants 171? Conerees Riot, !.' IS-2S -l 1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN thai the iiiiderylun, d. desiring to eiiK.iL-. III business under the fictitious nan f KfNHET GIFTWARE, al Pill :,th Miami Beai h. Intend to reflet %  .id name with the Clerlt ..r the t In-iilt Cuurt of Dad* County, Florida. IRVINo BERQER SAMUEL BOFF ll/lt-U — l/i-s LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADS. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*6110 HTEI'HEN ONACILLA. Plaintiff vs. LOI'ISH I* OXAC11.1.A. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LOIT1SE 1.. ONAt.IL.UA ISfl Av, line A Uaynnne, New Jersey Yoi: ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Rffl of Complaint for Divorre has keen filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorneys, IJBNKT A (ifiNET, 420 Lincoln Road. Ml.nil Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer In the Office of the Clark ..f the Circuit Court, on or hefore the 2nd day of February, 1S.".4. or a m-rree I'ro Confesso will be entered against \nii I'ATKI) at Miami. Florida, this 24th day of December, 1*53. K B. LEATHHRMAN, Clerlt. Circuit Court. Bade County, Hoi nla. By: R. H. KICK, .II: (Heal) Deputy Clerk 1 / l-i.-l.1-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BEAl'TI NICHE BEAl'TY 8ALON, %  N W 71'th Stieet. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cade County. Ilorida, ZEL.C.E PEPPER HELEN FARRI8 iSi.l,Owners) i/i-t-is-n NOTICE 4V INTENTION TO REOISTER FICTITIOUS NAME KNOW A I.I. MEN BY T W)fflBa i y f %*&m .tfsHtess'aw'Ni-u/HiNrnfinitr.'' M N W r.d Av nue, Miaait, MSTMH., Int. nds 1.. r.K>lr, Said Ham.'. HILLS M'HSI'RY, with the Clerk of the l>ail^ County, Florida, Circuit Court pursuant to the Fictitious Name Statute of Florida. WILLIAM K. Hl"LL. sole owner SHELDON BI'BLER. Att>. Security Bid* Miami. Fla. 1/1-8-lo-IJ IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 25S63 RE: ESTATE OF UH'IS N. SMITH, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Blschanre ax Executrix of the elate "f LOUIS N SMITH. d< %  % %  .d and that on the 2'.'th day of Januarx, ISM. will apply to the Honorable W IBI.ANTON County Judge of Dude County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of LOL'IS N. SMITH, l>.-.. •s.il This 22nd day of December. ItT.S I.KT'TIK AISTIN SMITH HI'TNEH HCTNER. Esqs. ith Floor O lfSHp la Building Minim. I I..iid* Attoi n. \ •. for Executrix 1/1-8-1..-22 • %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PITCH Ft IKK DRIVE IN and RES TAI'KANT. at 1221 Fifth St.. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register .-aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florlrin. A 1 KLBJNMAN HARol.H Z1NN Attorney for A. I.'Klelninan l2/2i — 1/1-s-li NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVSN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In rJusiii.-ss under the fictitious name of HETTY'h ACHIVE'S i.ltOCERY. at 1641 N W 7th Street. Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad* County. n r "'"CHARLES H.-MARCO KESSLEIl A OARS Attorney! for Applicant ITS! W Flagler St 12 21 — 1/1-8-li NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PRICE CABINET WoRKS. I |la N.E. 138rd Street, North Miami. Florida. Intends to register saldt name with the Clerk of the Circuit Coin t of Bade Countv. Florida. HBBR ULASS INDUSTRIES, INC. HOMER L MAHU>W Attorney for Filler Class Industries. Inc. 415 l^ungrord Building, Miami, Florida 1/1-1-15-22 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*6038 HERMAN J. OrtEENREKO, Plaintiff vs. ALICE A. OKEE.VBERC. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ALICE A. OKEENRKRtl •sl2 Yellowstone Boulevard I-..rest HUP.. Ix>ng Island, New York YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of c.mplalnt for Divorce has been filed against you in the aliove entitled cause ami you are hernliy required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attoine>s, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Com t on or befoi e the 2.1th day of January, 1954; otherwise. ,i Decree Pre Confess.) will be entered against you. Thin notice shall be puhllhed OBce each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH M.OKIDIAN. Haled at Miami. Florida, this I3rd day of Decemhei. 1953. K B. I.K VTHKRMAX. Clerk, Circuit Court BT: W.M W STOCKING, Deput) cierk BALLOT. SILVER Ml'LLoY Attorney! for Plaintiff ;l Consr.ss Building, Miami, |-ia. II K — L'l-s-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th,. undersigned, desiring to engage In business iimler the fictitious name of TREASt'RE isi.K BEAl'TY BALON, SI 7tll St Causeway, Miami, intends to reglStet sni.l name with the Clerk of th* Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida, BERTHA BURME8TER 1/1 NOTICE BY'PUBXlCATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 1646,8 ROSE MILLER, plaintiff, \ %  SAMUEL MILLER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: SAMIKI. MILLER, .. .M. Solomon, IM-25A 68th Avenue. Baysl.lc. !.ong Island, New Ym k You. SAMIKI, MILLER, are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed Bgatnsl >ou. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, FRANK COHN. One Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami Beach 3f. FlorMa, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of January, 1*54. If you fall to do s... judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Rill of noniplalnt. Thia notice shall he published once earh week for four .-onsectitlve weeks In THE JEWISH FLORRMAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thia 7th day of I>ecembcr, AD. 1953. E. B. l.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Inde Countv. Florida By K. II. RICE, JR. 'Circuit curt Seal) Deputy Clerk FRANK COHN On.Lincoln ltd. Bldg. Miami Reach 39. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12'll-I-25 — 1/1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT-OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCBRY. No. 168022 Mt-RRAY COHEN, Plaintiff KlJiftKOR .eoHEN, Dsft-nriant uV SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: *ri.BAN*>H cOHEW 934 Carroll Street Brooklyn. New York, ew York You, I7I.EA.NOR COHEN, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, SEYMOlR B LIEBMAN. Esq., *0S Uncoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before the 2
f ISA BEL .lACopsoN. ,i. 7th day of l> mber, 1(3 HARRY JACOBSON, Exei ut..i ..f th* i^ist Will and Testament of ISABEL JACOBSON, tin-en •' d HARRY Zl'KERNICK attorney for Executof 4211 Lincoln Hua.l. Miami Beach. Fll 12/11-18-25 — 1/1 m.-nt ceil sed Tins IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 27981-B RE ESTATE OP SOI/1MON PODOARSKT, also known as s.i Podasrslcyi peceaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE iherebj given that I have filed in\ final report and petition for Final Dlscharve ••Administratrix of %  h, estate of SOLOMON PODQAR>KY. also known a> fjol Podaaraky, deceased; and that on the 20th dav of January, 1M4, I .11 apply to the Honorable c,.unt\ Judges of Dade county.F'l.Hvnti, v:Tinmu.ivi "' anld Afmlnlfflntrts* W or SOI.O.M.^J PolKJARSKY. also kmvs as Sol Podgarsky. deceased. This VolYi day of December. 19.13. JESSIE PODOARSKY MYERS. Hi:iMl\ KAPLAN Attorneys f..r Jessie Podgarsky, Administratrix 12 18-M — 1/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engnge in business under the fictitious name nf Kl.l.l.iT PEARI. SAPI. BEI.ENKE and BIRTON BELENKE, Partners. .1 b a HOC8E "F WATCHES, ut 3IH) Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida KI.I.P i IT PEARI. (1'3> SMI. BEI.ENKE II "I Bl'RTON BELENKE (1 3) K \ss \NI> F ll.I.ER Attorneys for Elliott Pearl. Saul Belenke and Burton Belenke. Partners, d i> %  llous.of Watches II i> :.i — 1/1-8 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at i-'sfSti %  IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 29*26 RE. ESTATE OF SARAH IDA iil.ICK.MAN. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that 1 have filed ni\' final report arid petl tlon for F'lnal Ins, halve as Administrator of th. eats f SARAH IDA OI.ICK.MAN, deceased: and that on the 11th day of January. IM4, I will appiv to the Honorable FRANK II. DOWl.INO, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of SARAH IDA (B.ICKMAN. deceased This Tth da] ..f December. 1913. NATHANIEL c, LICK MAN MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for .Administrator 12 ll-ll at — I i AMENDED NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 1*4390 JOF:i. ISAACS, Plaintiff. /nMIB' ISAACS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JESSIE ISAACS 141 A Weat FTnd Avenue, Brooklyn. N.Y. e/o Hlrach You are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has beSti filed against you, and you are re.ou fail to do SOT Judgment bv de. fault will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published Oflca i week for four consecutive w^eka In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at M iml. Florida, this Jth day of December. A I. [MS. E. B. LEATHERMA.. Clerk. Circuit Com' Dade County. Plortda By W.M W STOCKING, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy HENRY M CAIN Attornej f..r Plaintiff IS18 West nagl-r St, Miami. T ,. 12/1I-I8-2.1 — 1/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th,. underlined, desiring to engage n he fictitious nan... ,f Tin: BAZ \ \K. si •"!•. N i:. tad Avenue, Miami. Floilda. Intend t> register wld name with the 1958 RABBI M MKS.HKI.iiH-', q-JAs Altmlntatrator of the lL>tte of TXillS LlPKoAVl-rt, iieceassn MAI.V1N ENOLANDBR Attorney for lUbbl M MeKcheloff, Administrator 1J/11-18-I5 — 1/1 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN tint the iindei -iK'licd. etivaged in the business under the fictitious name, of .!'• DEL HAIR STYLISTS, at 2117 Southwest Douglas Road. Mist I'li.l da, have dissolved the said pirtnerahlp and use .f ths trade name by deleting '.in'' therefrom. JOSEPHINE R MANILOFV OEOROES MVNIIJiFF FANNIE D. ROFFLER KDMI >ND O ROF"FT.F:R HCTNER A HITNKH Attorneys for Applicants 12ii Olympia Bldg.. Miami. Florid v 12/11-18-25 — I 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVBN that the iind.-i signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KAOLE RADIO \ TELEVISION, at 128* N W J*th Street. Intends to r egister said name with the Clerk of the Cn.uit Court of I lade County. l'..ri.l.i A. EHWARD STEVENS MONROE IdNiiN Attorne. for Applicant MM Olympia Bldg. I I v I ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenisti fhrkttan solicits your feejal notices. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service



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INUARY 1. 1954 sV*atf *#*#-***? PAGE 7B (w Vocational Service Aid to Help 'Problem' Worker Find Job bar old man, forced to business a number of because of a heart conseeks to return to work, kn to the fact that he ncy, it is felt by the fetor that activity would to his emotional health, le, he is capable of per ly aspect of work in his liness which does not inlifting, tshall he go? To whom pun turn? A Jewish Voervice Department has reactivated In Miami, this new agency will be |he man .in seeking out Bf employment to which kl condition limits him., ident organization so far essional determination is j but Storking in conjuncrthe Jewish Social Servits director is Ben 'Prior to entering the rial work, Strongin had of industrial expertil years, he was affiliKhe New York State jthority as both an innd real property surIso served four years where his responsiORIDIAN FEATURE bility was that of personnel administrator. The new Vocational Service Department, as Strongin sees it, will function separately, yet hand-inhand with the Jewish Social Service Bureau. The man with the heart condition who must find a limited type of activity within the sphere of his former profession may be typical of the type of client with which the vocational counselor will deal—although the agency will, of course, also attempt to fill the needs of anyone seeking aid there. '"There are .many people Ot that sort in the Mitraft|rea," Strongin explained. "Only & other day, we were consulted liy a local resident who has lived Ihere' about two years. He was a laboratory wovker who had come to Miami because of his wife's illness, hut he is also incapacitated by • disability that limits him only tojedehtary work." Stronging pointed to another case, that of a 43-year old woman who is now forcedto find a job after 20 years of marriage. "Her husband was killed in an auto accident." he said, "and she found herself injured, with only limited use of both legs." Albert Comanor. executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, elaborated upon the fact i munity service. Actively partici that these represent but one aspect [ paring in the group is I^o Axlrod, I V £* tma L envision JSSB's enlarging its horizons to grow irom a counselling agency, alone, to a community service Dn, including the formation of a child placement ." The family's needs will be attended — from asin alleviating maladjustments within the home envirit to vocational advice for the "problem" employee. of the vocational service with which the new department will have to deal. The other type of "incapacitated" individual, he explained, will be the "difficult" prospective employee who comes to the department as a JSSB referral. There are, for example, numerous persons who apply to the Bureau for family counselling. Often beset with emotional disturbances, they are poor breadwinners as a result of familial maladjustment. "In such cases," according* to Comanor, "the JjKB will attempt to aMeviate the jproblem on the basis of our professional skills and within the scope of our fieldU it is also apparent that vocational counselling is needed for total readjustment, these cases will be sent on to the Vocational Service Department where, we hope, a long list of available jobs will soon be on tap for the people who call on us." Comanor stressed that, in all these operations, both the Jewish Social Service Bureau and the Vocational Service Department would maintain complete self-autonomy. "In this sense," he said, "we envision JSSB's enlarging its horizons to grow from a family counselling agency, alone to a community service organization." adding that, "we even envision the formation of a child placement service." Chairman of the new department is Herbert Scher with Emil Gould, vice chairman. Scher is an active worker with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a vice president of JSSB and has long been associated with civic endeavor here. "In establishing a broad vocational service agency, available to our entire Jewish population, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has made what can be a most important contribution to the economic well-being of Miami. Certainly one of the most important questions before every wage earner is the way in which he will earn his living." Scher said. "Inability to find satisfactory employment, failure to get along satisfactorily on the job. lack of knowledge about what kind of work might successfully be undertaken —these are common problems %  which cause uncertainty, unhappiness and economic waste." There are many employers, Scher added, who are impressed by what has been said about the needs of vocationally handicapped people and who would like to make their contribution by offering ap-l propriate jobs to them. "The Vocational Service Department is an agency to which they can turn and which is available for their use in accomplishing this fine objective." Gould was president of the now defunct Jewish Voational Service and early recognized the need for vocational counselling as a cornchairman of the Committee on Handicapped Placement, Miami Chamber of Commerce. Axlrod has long been identified here with National Employ the Handicapped Week and has been instrumental in placing into jobs in local industry many incapacitated persons. "The great need for the new vocational service," Axlrod explained, "is emphasized by the drastic curtailment of funds for the Florida State Employment Service which leaves the present handicapped placement service of that agency so inadequately staffed that on many occasions it has not even the time to refer to its files. For that reason," he added, "the Chamber of Commerce ,


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+JmUlirk**0t*n PAGE 9 B Inaugurate jary 10th, will mark kickoff date for ion in Greater Mi[ of the Combined it has been an9n Kanner. CornAppeal campaign tented move to in* Himum number of !fn this year's fund {of nearly 100 deleHebrew schools lade County will ckoff rally from 10 the Bureau of JewMrtzmnn, executive Bureau, will serve and advisor for the in this year's camves of 15 schools in lir schools at Miami in age from 11 to on hand for the nference. The prollude a bus caravan bal agencies and inch are beneficiaries ned Jewish Appeal, with a luncheon pencil's, a film showon the world-wide Combined Jewish delivered by local ers. will receive a jbier aspects of the nd total plans for pation will be outprogram plans set rartzman, the delelive campaign literhonor rolls and ildren's "Treasure are being utilized me in any Youth lign and will repreent's personal stake upaign. nor rolls will be than 200 Hebrew ium, featuring vaudeville acts, movies and a full program of entertainment. Some 2,000 youth and their parents are expected to attend the event. Assisting with arrangements in the Youth Division are Meisel, Max C. Gettinger, director of Budget and Community Planning of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Herbert Berger, extension activities director at the Bureau of Jewish Education. I SHOES REPAIRED PLATFORMS REMOVED fa four Satisfaction King's Shoe Rcbuilders DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY "The Besf an f he Beach" 1679 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PH. 58-9487 Planning a Combined Jewish Appeal youth rally for Sunday, January 10th, are (left to right) Jerome Gordon, educational director, Beth David Synagogue; Herbert Z. Berger, extension activities director of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau; and Max Meisel, Bureau president. The event will be held at the Bureau of Jewish Education and will mark the kickoff for Greater Miami youth in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal school classrooms throughout Dade County. The unique placards will bear the signatures of those students making personal contributions to the Combined Jewish Appeal. "We are confident that community leaders of tomorrow, with a deep sense of civic responsibility, will come forth from the ranks of these students to serve in CIA campaigns of the future," said Max Meisel, Bureau president, discussing the educational value of the Youth Division training program. Climax of the Youth Division activities in the Combined Jewish Appeal will be a mammoth pep rally scheduled for Sunday, 10 a.m., in the Miami Municipal Auditor rary ••••ail r ;Litot| 1.71 it Poet To be Honored %  nd Hebrew poet I. U be honored at a Dg and concert on 10th, 8 p.m., in Ddge Auditorium. will mark the ar> ["Schwartz" book, an eal poem entitled, in commemoration action of the Jewish fin Latvia. iml'T Mukdoni. noted %  c. will review the Yidlebrew writer's works. Dr. Mukdoni, the reli.slu-il poem "is a great pne which well niemoish existence in a past tz," Dr. Mukdoni deuncovers this existen vividness. It is a porft\ wc are unfortunately om our consciousness."' {ram will include promits and personalities as Itoccasion honoring the TASTY and NUTRITIOUS and GOOD for EVERYONE 7Ue* Holland HONEY BREAD and CAKE Excellent too ... for SPECIAL DIETS No •ogi. wheat, iat. lugar or %  yiup used in these goods. Thi makii them very desirable for allergy, migar-rostiicted. and low calorie dits. Sail fiss variety mads •specially fox low-sodium diets fjfml for thilJrrm't lum.h #r tnsck. Made by HOLLAND HONEY CAKE COMPANY, Holland. Michigan C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 N.E. 30th St. THE PERFECT CRACKER Pun. MtM. sssdi o. twkM — Tea Ti" Hft *o cranefcy %  •aAinl hi • sate, talma f mod • SMC* net hat ...Ifi ex prrfea ajat-msw to ill yat* St—res ssie n aav niam mi is m di l f. /. 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.V IANUARY I. 1954 t~+l<* r^w^^ PAGE 3 A abbi Lehrman to be Honored Ireater Miami Jewry will honor [< irvinc Lohrman Sun „n the OcCMioi of the 101* .. rsary nt ms serv c as spiriP leader of the Miami Beach JewCenter. Approximately 800 r and religious leaders are exH,.l to attend the testimonial Ener at the new Di Lido Hotel. A k-ption at 6 p.m. will precede the Iiction, scheduled to begin at 7. >uring Rabbi Lehrman's tenure the (enter, the congregation grown from a membership of [.. than 200 families to include ne 1.000 families. From its ben ning in a remodel private home Euclid Avenue to the present, il.Tti structure at 1701 Wash!ton Avenue embraces the physi story of one of the nation's gest Conservative synagogues. Dr Simon Greenberg, vice chanr llnr of the Jewish Theological ainary of America and vice •id.'nt of the faculties at the ninary. will be the principal eaker at the dinner. Dr. Green erg is the executive director of be I niversity of Judaism in Los ^ngeles and former executive dltctiir of the United Synagogue of Imerica. Samuel Friedland. president of (enter and general chairman the dinner, announced that eome J. Talianoff, vice president hf the (enter, is serving as proIrani chairman. Samuel J. Halperin Alfred Stone also are mem ,-rof the program committee. Charles H. Fruchtman is chairman of the Arrangements Committee Other members are Allen Goldberg. Mr,. George Goldberg, Mrs Joseph A. Berman. Joseph M Rose and Harry Sirkin. Mrs. Samuel Friedland and Mrs Charles Fruchtman are co-chair men of the Hostesses Committee Charles Bender. Mrs Berman and Mrs. Ira C. Walsey are the Decorations Committee co-chairmen. Max C. Billig and Gerald Schwartz are colchairmen of the Publicity Committee. Dr. Kurt Peiser, former vice president of the University of Pennsylvania, will serve as toastmaster. Since assuming his position as assistant to the chairman of the Board of Food Fair Stores. Dr. Peiser has played an active role in Florida communal affairs. An original dramatic presentation, A Decade Of Dedication, a tribute to Rabbi Lehrman's 10 years here, will be produced and directed by Prof. Sam Hirsch. Working together with Prof. Hirsch in the preparation of the script were Mrs. Berman, Allen Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mrs. Walsey. Among out-of-town guests who will attend are Dr. Abraham A. Neuman, president of Dropsie College in Philadelphia, and Rabbi Solomon Moseson, of Akron. Ohio, who is Rabbi Lehrman's brother-in law. Greetings will be extended by Dr. Wiley Scott, president of the Clergy Council of Miami Beach, and by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Florida Rabbinical Association. The invocation will be given by Rabbi Moseson, and the benediction will be offered by Rabbi Simon April, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Rabbi Lehrman is a graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City. He was spiritual Burns Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Kalman C. Burns, formerly of 2543 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach„will take place on Sunday. January 3rd, 11:30 a.m., at Mount Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Burns is survived by his wife, Lillian; four daughters. Mrs. Ellen Mae Cohen, Greensboro, North Carolina; Mrs. Gloria Berger, Buffalo, New York; Mrs. Roslyn Silverman, Chicago, Illinois; and Miss Joyce Burns. Mr. Burns also leaves his son. Maurice. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monti I ment Company. Friends and rela. tives are asked to attend. ffafebi Irving Lehrman Weiss Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Weiss, formerly of 433 SE 4th Street, Hialeah. took place Tuesday, December 29th. 2:30 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April officiating. 'Mr. V. is survived by two sons, Joseph and Carl; also a daughter Mrs. Helen Schwartz, and seven grandchildren. Arrangements were in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. leader of Temple Shomrei Emunah in Montclair, New Jersey, prior to assuming his local pulpit. The Rabbi is a member of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and a member of the Rabbinical Assembly of America. He is southeastern chairman of the American Tecbnion Society. Members of. the general committee, headed by Friedland, are Ben Binder. Max Boderman. Leo Chaikin, Morris Cohen, Henry Cove, Irving Cypen. Lewis Escott, Dr. Jack J. Falk. Bernard Feiner, Mauer H. Frankel, Ben Zion Ginsburg. Albert Goldman, Nat Hankoff, Leon B. Jacobs. Benjamin Kline, Harry KoreUky, Morris Kricgel, Samuel Lipton. Abraham Mason, Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Joseph Postol, Samuel Rivkind, Bernard Rodins, Milton Sirkin, Irving Schatzman, Ed Singer, Alex Sussman, Michael Tose, Henry Waitzkin and Milton Weinman. Burns Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Charles Burns, formerly of 434 SW 30th Road, will be held Sunday, January 3rd. 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiat ine. Mr. Burns is survived by his wife Mary, one brother Robert and one sister Mamie Hansen. He was a veteran of 37 years with the US Navv. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Laskowitz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Nathan Laskowitz, formerly of 44 SW 11th Avenue, was held Monday, December 28th, 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memo'rial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Simon April officiating. He is survived by two daughters, including Mrs. Anne Branstein of Miami; three sons and one brother. Arrangements were in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. 1,500 Attend Groundbreaking for New Beth Sholom Sanctuary on Miami Beach Or. Siasa 6 n tmhr$ Miss Sylvia Peskoff fosses Away Suddenly Miss Sylvia Peskoff. 48. of 1759 • 4th Street, died Saturday in a hospital. She had been a Miami -ident 12 years, coming from York Two brothers, William i Max, both of Miami, survive, ervices were held Monday in %  Miami Beach Riverside Me 'monal Chapel, with burial in Mt. •Sir,11 Cemetery. Rabbis Moses atescheloff and Simon April officiated. USY Delegates at Convention Beth David Synagogue delegates to the United Synagogue Youth Convention being held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, this week are Kenneth Sher, afoahe Shapiro and Stanley Rose, according to an announcement this week. Leon J. Ell, president of Temple Beth Sholom, this week announced that $280,845.33 has already been pledged towards the Building Fund for the Temple's new House of Worship, the goal for which is $500,000. The campaign was launched in March, 1953. under the general chairmanship of Judge Kenneth Oka, with James M. Albert as cochairman. Under the leadership of John Serbin, who organized the Committee of 100 Beth Sholom Builders, the campaign brought to fruition groundbreaking ceremonies on December 20th. Some 600 children of Beth Sholom Religious School followed the Miami Beach High School Band in a parade inaugurating the Sunday ceremonies. With the band playing the Building Fund theme song, Charles Silvers, chairman of the Construction Committee, began the groundbreaking which launched the construction of the new House of Peace before some 1,500 per80nS J J V Greetings were extended by Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami Beach, Rabbi Irving Lehrman on behalf of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, and the Rev. Wiley Scott, Minister of the Community Church, on behalf of the Miami Beach Clergy Council. The invoeation was recited by Rabbi Morris Skop, of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. A special highlight of the opening greetings was a brief address by Mrs. Jane Fisher, wife of the pioneer builder of Miami Beach, Carl Fisher. Rabbi Leon Kronish led the congregation in prayer, while Cantor Samuel Kelemer directed the Sisterhood and Religious School Choral Groups. Rabbi Kronish highlighted the fact that the real foundation of the new structure was symbolized by the three flags waving from the temporary platform standing on the exact spot where the new altar will be. "The flag of the Jewish faith represents the brotherhood of Israel, the flag of the United States represents the larger brotherhood of American democracy and the flag of the United Nstions represents the still larger brotherhood of all humanity." the Rabbi said. Honorary Building Fund chairman. Samuel Beckerman. whose $25,000 gift launched the campaign, "broke the ground" with a shovel. He was followed by Silvers and members of the ConstruePalmer Testimonial Set January 10th The newly opened Sterling Hotel at 6767 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, will be the scene of a testimonial dinner banquet January 10th tendered to Sidney H. Palmer upon the termination of his fifth term as president of Congregation Beth El. Attorney and well known toastmaster Ben Essen will be in charge of the festivities for the evening. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. spiritual leader of the congrega tion, assisted by Max Silver and Al Zeesman. are in charge of arrangements. Guests of honor will include Hon. Abe Aronowitz of Miami and Honorable Harold Shapiro of Miami Beach, as well as a number of leading Rabbis and Cantors here. Presi dents of other congregations have also been invited. Palmer, who has been a resident of Miami for many years, is well known in the greater Miami area Kaplan Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Morris David Kaplan, formerly of 2218 Alton Road. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. January 3rd. 12 noon, at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Kaplan is survived by his wife Anna; two sons, Edward and Julius; also four daughters, Miss Gladys, Mrs. Lillian Lubin, Mrs. Zelda Silver, and Mrs. Lora Kranzdorf, all of Miami Beach: also one brother, two sisters, nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mr. Kaplan was a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. tion Committee and the Campaign Cabinet. These included James M. Albert. Joseph L. Arkin. John N. Serbin, j Judge Kenneth Oka. Ralph Spero. Samuel Stein. Harry Dinnerstein. Mrs. Bert S. Klee. Morry B. Morris, David Pollack, David Provus, Dr. Alexander Robbins. Burnett Roth, Dr. Norman J. Russ, Samuel Segal, J., Daniel Sepler. Walter Jacobs. Hank Meyer. Louis J. Krensky, Sidney D. An. MM and Morris Alpert. The shovels were then handed to Honorary Trustees George Cohen, I. C. Greenberg, Abraham Sen iff and Abraham Zinnamon and to the presidents of the Temple's affiliates. Mrs. Bert S. Klee. of the Sisterhood. Jack A. Abbott, of the Men's Club. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, of the PTA. and John Serbin, Jr.. president of the Confirmation Class of 1954. Ell spoke in the name of the official family. The gold shovels were then handed to representatives of those who made designated gifts: Charles Fruchtman. Herbert Lincik. Jonas Brotnyin. Helen Rajna and Dr. William Bernstein. L.. View of the large crowd which attended Temple Beth Sholom'. groundbreaking ceremony. MARTIN GARRO l. of KM Jefferson Ave Miami Beach , in filed against you. anil >ou ara required to aci ve ,i ropy of your Anser or Pleading to the Itiil of Com plaint on the plaintiff.attic \1\\ 1: SILVER, H22 Key bold llulldnot. Miami. Florida, and file the original AII-IT or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1st day of February, ltd If >ou fail to do so, Judgment l>\ lb-fault will be taken against (on for the relief demanded In the I'.ill of Complaint DONE \M> ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this JOth day of December. K. Fl I.EATHERMAX. clerk, Circuit Opart, l>ade County, Florida. By M. C. tIREEN. (Circuit Court (real) Depulv cb-ilt M \x i;.Sll.vi:i: Attorney for Plaintiff Id Ituildiug. Miami. Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDOES COURT IN AND rOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA: IN PROBATE. No 317S3-B In III E8T \TE I il SARAH BERNSTEIN. Deceased To All Creditors and .MI Person) Having Claims or Demands Against 8a d You. and each of you. sre hereby notified and reunited (,, nrssul an>cialtna and demands which you. or • Ihei of you, may have against the of SAItvll RERNRTETN, del late of New York County, New fork, t" tiniiouoiaiiie Count) Judges of Dads Count*, and file the same in their offices in tinCount) Court* house In Dade County, Florida, with* In eiiebt calendar months from the date .-i the first publication hereof. iiands to 1 on the legal address of the claimant to be sworn to and presenteit^ afore* said, or same \\ ill be barrisd l>ai. I % %  cember 19, A I > pi:, 1 MILTON BERNHTE1N As Ancillary Adruiiiistt e the Estate of BABAH BERNSTEIN, Deceased. KOVNClt MANNHE1MER Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator I /1-0-la--2



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r. JANUARY 1. 1954 -Jewish nurkMann PAGE 7 A Hac Scltman Becomes Bride of Rosen in Candlelight Bites Sunday II .1l-Li J...k1 .i.fl nBla Kn.. %  **•..' r\_ tf..-i..._< candlelight double ring in the Starlight Room of jyne Terrace Hotel on De[27th. Miss Flora Rae Seltbughter of Mr. and Mrs. tman, 901 SW 23rd AvJami, became the bride of pstn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rosen, 233 Velarde, ables. Rabbi Schmaryahu ficiated, assisted by Canj-ice Mamches. Mrs. Marjmen was organist and Bersoloist, bride selected a gown of French chantilly lace and ulle. fitted bodice and offneckline outlined with colored iridescent beads i-clipped lace, long sleeves lull skirt with a panel of [nylon tulle down the front i cathedral train. The waistI wrists of the sleeves were ,**--. er*s best man'. Dr. Herbert SehV man, brother of the bride, home on leave for the wedding irom the Army Medical Corps, Morton Seltman, brother of the bride, Harold Horwitz, cousin of the groom. Second Lieutenant Irvin Bono and Lester Greenberg. fraternity brothers Ht the groom, served as ushers. Philip Glassman, cousin of the bride, acted as ringbearer. A reception and dinner for the 175 guests followed the cermony in a room decorated in pink and white floral decorations. The bride and groom are both graduates of Miami Senior High School. Mrs. Rosen attended the University of Miami and University of Florida. Mr. Rosen received the BS degree in Pharmacy at the University of Florida and is a member of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. He is currently affiliated with Whelan Drug Company. Among the out-of-town guests were paternal grandmother of the groom Mrs. Julia Rosen, Buffalo, New York; Mr. and Mrs. H Keleman, of South Bend, Indiana; Mr. and Mrs. S. Greenspan, of Detroit, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. J. Beck, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Mr. and Mrs. D. Seltman, all aunts and uncles of the bride. For her going away outfit, the bride selected a two-piece navy blue wood gabardine suit with shell pink accessories. The couple flew to New Orleans for their honeymoon and will make their home at 901 SW 23rd Avenue, Miami. Irving Kelemer to.be Bar Mitzvah at Miami Hebrew School Saturday Morning Irving (Israel) Kelemer, son of Cantor and Mrs. Berele Kelemer, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, January 2nd, at the. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Irving is now in the seventh grade of the Hebrew Academy, where he is vice president of the Science Club. He is also president of his Hebrew class and former president of his class in the English Department there. The Bar Mitzvah has received a number of prizes and certificates for excellence in his studies at the Hebrew Academy. He is planning Mrs. Alvia Kostm — Ai.lmwi -outlined with iridescent seT She carried a 3ible covered lace and two white orchids -ered with lily-of-the-valley. Is. Gerri Tobin was matron of Ir and Miss Lila Pearl, maid of lr. They wore waltz-length _es of iridescent wedgewood l bodice of taffeta and bouff -kirt of net over taffeta. Mrs. Li Rosen and Mrs. Ruth Kruger, ling as bridesmatrons, wore jitically styled dresses in irideM deo rose. Shrug jackets of Jching taffeta and heart-shaped ._ of gold and yellow roses com'tt-il tiieir outfits. iiss Renee Tubman and Miss Sherman were in charge of the book. Irs. Seltman selected a gown of die wood rose tulle embroidered opalescent sequins and hid corsage. She wore pink ac„ries. Mrs. Rosen wore a gray Dn full skirt and scoop neckline uined all over in delicate pink. accessories and orchid corwere used as accents. Floral (Igns were executed by the rkstone Flower Shop, herwood Rosen was his brothlandel. Bams }oth Announced Jr. and Mrs. Sam R. Mandel, 17517 West Treasure Drive, an%  nce the engagement of their ^ghter. Ruth Grace, to Marcus JIS on December 25th. Jiss Mandel attended Wright Bege and Northwestern Unisity School of Commerce, Chile. Illinois. She is a member of North Shore Club and Mount ji Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary. Is Mandel is employed as a sec|ry by the Greater Miami Jew! Federation. Ir. Rama is the on of Mr. and Irving Abramovitz, 705 Jefon Avenue. He graduated from ihnical High School and atkded the University of Miami. [ is a member of the 435th Troop Tier Wing (M ), and is now emyed as a salesman by Crosby Store. Irwin Siegel Bar Mitzvah Saturday Irwin Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegel, 2301 SW 7th Avenue, Miami, pioneer residents here for 40 years, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, January 2nd. at Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School. He attended the Hebrew Academy for three years Mrs. tomry Weinsfm — Photo by Ardmore Miss Sheer Becomes Mrs. Wcinstein In a double ring candlelight ceremony at her home on December 28th, Miss Norma Sheer, daughter of Mrs. Abe Solosko, Miami Beach, and Samuel L. Sheer, Boston, Massachusetts, became the bride of Henry Weinstein. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Weinstein, St. Augustine and Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated. A reception followed the ceremony. Mrs. Solosko was matron of honor for her daughter. Myles Sheer, brother of the bride, was best man. The bride selected a white chiffon Grecian-draped ballerinalength gown designed by Ceil Chapman, with pearl encrusted gold waist band. Her nose veil was attached to a hat made of orange blossoms. Long white gloves and a strand of pearls completed her outfit. She carried white orchids and roses on a satin covered Bible. Mrs. Solosko wore a cinnamon ribbonette over a lace ballerinalength gown, with tea rose corsage. The bride attended schools in Miami Beach and the University of Miami. She worked as a surgical assistant for four years. Mr. Weinstein .is an alumnus of Georgia School of Technology and Harvard University Graduate School of Engineering. He served in the US Army as Lt. Colonel. The couple left on their honeymoon and are touring Chicago, New York, Washington and North Carolina. They are expected back in Miami in five weeks and will make their home here. Bridge Game Sunday A master point duplicate bridge game will be held in Kaplan Hall, 137 NE 19th Street. Miami, on Sunday, January 3rd, at 2 p.m. The tournament" is sponsored by the Mens" Club ai Temple Israel. Irviaf Kelemer where his father is cantor. Together with Cantor Kelemer, he has sung at concerts and recitals before Hadassah groups, the annual dinners of the Hebrew Academy, functions of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and at numerous events of charitable institutions. Irving has also sung at the Hollywood Beach Hotel with his uncle, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Beth Sholom. For the Haftorah English address and the chanting of the Portion of the Week from the Torah scroll, the Bar Mitzvah was trained by Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. He will also deliver an original address in Hebrew. Cantor Kelemer, who tutors his son in advanced Hebrew studies in addition to his school work, has prepared him to chant the entire Sabbath service. Irving will also pronounce the benediction of the new Hebrew month. His brother Jordan, age 7, will assist in the service. Irving is a descendent of the Baal Shem Tov. His mother, Rebecca, is a member of the faculty of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. A reception will follow the ceremony. Open house in the Bar Mitzvah's honor will also be held at 1 the synagogue on Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. No formal invitations have been sent by the family, and friends and relatives are asked to attend. to become a member of several extra-curricular clubs at the Academy, including the Sports, Stamp and Photography Clubs. Irving is also a sport reporter for The Echo. \ Irving has appeared as a member and soloist of the Hebrew Academy Choir and in the Miami! Hebrew School and Congregation I DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WOBKBB.B A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE S7 N. E. Btfl Str.et Phone • AL MEIDENBERO, Ownee" The Cantors Association of Greater Miami Cantor and Mrs. Berele Kelemer •••ft Ik* Bftf Mifiva of tkmir IM Irviaf (Urmtt) on Satyr Jay, January 2m4, I54 ^•S*^*S*S*S?*^*^* S 3*?^*^ ? '^ S Irwin Sie.el -*, Chidnoff and graduated with honors last year from Beth David Religious School. He is a member of Beth David's Boy Scout Troop and is a junior cantor. Irwin is currently a student at the Bureau of Jewish Education Hebrew High School. A reception will follow at the Bar Mitzvah's home. Among guests will be Samuel Stein, his maternal grandfather, of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel, uncle and aunt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Siegel, also an uncle and aunt, of Miami. Out-of-town guests will include Mrs. Sam Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. B. Cronin, of New York. Rabbi Malavsky Speaks Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader of the Israelite Center, will be guest speaker at the HialeahMiami Springs Jewish Community Center Adult Education class on Monday evening. January 4th, 818O p.m. Rabbi Malavsky will discuss Jewish Traditions and observances. DER YIDDISHER FORUM MOTS EVERY SATURDAY, • p.m. KNESETH IStAEL CONGAKATKWI 1415 Euclid Avenue. 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|y, JANUARY 1. 1954 Jtwidh thrMian PAGE 5 A ^ra Joyce Shier (Chooses Chant illy Lace (iablcs Wedding to Alan Altshuler | Sandra Joyce Shier and Alin Altshuler were married bbi Max Shapiro on DeccmIh in the Coral Gables WomBub. Mrs. Bernard Apple iin.I Miss JoAnn Shier, sis line bride, were honored atcrown, and she carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids and carnation petals. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shier, 1236 SW 21st Terrace, and was given in marriage by her father. Mr. Altshuler's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altshuler, 210 SW 32nd Avenue. Bridesmaids were Arlene Drevich, Saundra Prince. Loretta Bernstein, Suzanne Payhe, Mona Lovitz and Sybil Shier, of Macon. Georgia. Miss Lovitz and Miss Shier are cousins of the bride. Acting as best man was Leslie Lane. Seating guests were Arthur Pepper, Morton Palmer, Joseph Block. Marvin Berris, the bridegroom's cousin, of Brooklyn, Sidney Shier, the bride's cousin, and Bernard Applebaum. David Flaxer was soloist, and Edward Pastroff played the nuptual music. A reception at the clubhouse followed the ceremony. After a trip to Havana, the couple will go to Washington, D.C., where they will be at home after January 4th. Mrs. Ales AftsaeJtr Ints in pink taffeta and net i with blue picture hats. They led blue iris. bride was attired in chanjkice over pearl satin with lace jue at the neck and sleeves, [four-tiered illusion veil fell a pearl-embroidered lace bgash, Charloff d on Saturday and Mrs. Herman Tragash. SW 20th Street, announce the iage of their daughter, RoSondra. to Arthur Charloff jturday evening at the HibisMasoni'c Temple. Rabbi Max iro officiated at the double ceremony. e groom is the son of Mr. and Morris Charloff. 5674 SW 6th Safra to Read Scroll At liar Mitzvah Here Melvin Safra, son of Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Safra, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at Congregation Beth Jacob. He will chant the morning ritual and read the Weekly Portion of the Torah. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate. A reception in the social hall will follow the ceremony. Rev. and Mrs. Safra will hold open house at their home, 202 Washington Avenue, Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m. m The confirmand, born in Toronto, Canada, has lived on Miami Beach for the past 12 years. He is a former pupil of the Beth Jacob Religious School and has attended the local Hebrew Academy since it The Bar Mitzvch of Nathan Elliott Gormen, son of Mr. Joseph Gorman and Mrs. Floraine Gorman, will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Monday, January 4th. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Nathan is an eighth grade student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School and attends the Religious School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Miss Wctherhorn Weds Dr. Blasberg Miss Norma May Wetherhorn, daughter of Mrs. RoUie M. Wetherhorn. Coral Gables, and Dr. Everett G. Blasberg were married on December 24th by Rabbi Joseph Narot. A family dinner followed in the Sky Room of the Columbus Hotel in Miami. The bride attended the University of Miami and is a graduate of the University of Georgia. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi and has done social work in Miami for several years. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. Samuel Blasberg, Miami Beach, and the late Mrs. Lily Blasberg. He is a graduate of Ohio State University and served for five years as s major in the Dental Corps during World War II. He is chief of the Dental Staff of the National children-' Cardiac Hospital, a member of the Honolulu Consistory, Mahi Shrine. B'nai B'rith Lodge, Alpha Omega, National Dental Association. East Coast Dental Society and the Miami Dental Society. CJA Announces Appointments Two prominent Miami Beach civic workers, Arnold Seeder and Lou Goldman, have been named co-chairmen of the Combined Jewr*v PERSONALLY SPEAKING Entertaining Dr. Morton Levin, of Albany, at their Coral Gables home, 440 Marmore, are Leo and Hilary Mindlin. Dr. Levin is Assistant Health Commissioner for the State of New York and an internationally renowned cancer research specialist. He is Mrs. Mindlin's father. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Max Subar, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, and their daughter, Judy, have opened their recently purchased winter home at 1001 West 47th Court, Miami Beach. Mrs. Subar is a sister of Mrs. Frank Gordon and daughter of Mrs. Clara Hochberg, long time Miami Beach residents. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Neuwirth entertained 20 guests at their home, 3420 Sheridan Avenue, on Sunday, December 27th, in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Weil, of Gainesville. Dr. Weil is Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Florida. ft ft ft Here from Baltimore, Maryland, vacationing at the President Madison Hotel are Mrs. Ann Shochet and her son, Stephen. Tucker, Hudd to Reside in Memphis A December 6th ceremony united in marriage Miss Irene Joyce Tucker and Dr. Irving M. Rudd. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Grace Tucker and the late Dr. Joseph Allen Tucker. Dr. Rudd is the son of Mrs. C. B. Hutsky, of Memphis, Tennessee. Rabbi Harry W. Ettelson officiated. The bride was given in marriage by Louis Barnett. She wore imported blue lace trimmed with pearls and rhinestones and a white orchid corsage. A reception followed at the Hotel Peabody. The couple left for' a wedding trip to New Orleans and are now at home at 151 Wallace Road, Memphis. The bride graduated from Miami Beach High School and Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin, Ohio. She has been serving as music teacher at Biscayne Elementary School on Miami Beach. The groom was graduated from Central High School in Memphis) and from the Southern College of Optometry, where he was a mem ber of Phi Theta Upsilon Fratern-1 ity. Armdd Steitr ish Appeal Winter Residents Di vision, it has been announced by Aaron M. Kanner. CJA chairman. Seeder was well known in legal circles as an attorney in Chicago, and he served on the Boards of many fraternal, civic and welfare institutions. Goldman has an outstanding record as a philanthropic worker in Cleveland and has served with di>tinction in many Cleveland fund kUMm Safra •r Mrs. ArfhnCbarlaff Street. His brother, Marvin M. pragash, was his best man. The former Miss Tragash was piven in marriage by her father. Miss Joyce Silverman, cousin of .the sroom, was maid of honor, and |Mrv Marvin Tragash, sister-in-law l-i the bride, acted as matron of lumor. Other attendants included 1 ileen Duchon, Elaine Goodman, I Sue Sobel and Sandra Whitman. Aleta Robin Gulden was flower girl. Ring bearer was Jay David Cartman. l'xhers included Edward Cam n.r. Philip George. Jack Hartley. Harvey Gulden and Martin Charloff. The couple attended Miami High School. Mr. Charloff. now a student at use IMversity of Miami, also attended ffce University of Florida. He is a member of De Molay. Following %  tour through Florida, they will reside at 1127 SW 5th Street. was instituted, being one of the first half dozen children enrolled for its initial class at the old Y in 1946. Familiarly known to all worshippers at Congregation Beth Jacob, the Bar Mitzvah has helped close each Sabbath morning service for the past several years and has lead in the singing of traditional melodies at the Shalos Scudos service on Saturday afternoons. Out-of-town guests for the occasion will include Rabbi and Mrs^ Pincus Briskman and Rabbi and Mrs. Chaim Moseson, of New York, his uncles and aunts; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubinoff and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slovin. of Toronto; and his recently married sister and brotner-in law, of Forest Hills, New York, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Friedman. Farbond Branch Meeting Ben-Gurion Branch No. 304. Far band, will meet on Wednesday evening. January at*. 8 pm.. at Beth El Congregation, according to Dr. Harry H. Queen, president. Manuel Burstein, cultural chair n, f will introduced as guest speaker Louis Schwartzroau, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. His topic is schecj„led aa: Democracy And Jewish Education Young Adults Plan Week of Activities The Miami Young Adult Zionist District will bowl on Monday eve ning, January 4th, 9 p.m., at the Trail Bowling Alley. The organization also plans a meeting for Tuesday evening, 8:30 p.m., at the Bureau of Jewish Edu-j cation. The home of Gene Boeninger. 1040 Milan, Coral Gables, will be, the site of the group's Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, January 8th, at 8:30 p.m. Der Yiddisher Forum to Hear Joseph Duntov Guest speaker at Der Yiddisher Forum on Saturday evening will be Joseph Duntov, scheduled to discuss the Jewish Labor Committee and its impact on American Jewish life. Der Yiddisher Forum meets weekly on Saturday. 8:15 p.m., in Kneseth Israel Congrega tion and is sponsored by the local branch of the Yiddish Scientific Institute. Latin Quarter Dinner Planned The Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, will hold an annual dinner dance on Sunday. January 10th, 6 p.m.. st Lou Walters' Latin Quarter on Palm bland. Proceeds will go towards furnishing the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Center in Israel. Mrs. Jsck Janoff is general chair man of the affair assisted by the Mesdames Ben Greene, Phil Kaye. Harry Koretxky and Peggy Palmer. Israelite Center Meeting The Israelite Center will hold a regular meeting at the Center on Tuesday evening, January 5th. 8 p.m., according to Hy Morris, president. Approval of the plans for a new building will be discussed. Is* M4mmm drives. Both men were active in Greater Miami's Winter ResidentDivision for several years and have been responsible for developing this group into a streamlined campaign unit gaining national attention for their achievement in the annual Combined Jewish Appeal. The co-chairmen will announce meeting dates for their group shortly. Lt. Stanley H. Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. 337 NE 28th Street, has recently returned bom a tour of duty m Korea, where he flew 15 combat missions in a B-26 bomber. Lt. Roth has a 30day leave here and will travel to Dover. Delaware, lor reassignment at the end of his stay. While here he is being extensively entertained by his relatives and friends. B'nai B'rith Women Plan Local Functions Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a garden smorgasbord luncheon and card party on Tuesday, January 5th, 12 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Charles Silvers, 6500 North Bay Road. Mrs. A. Swartz is chairman of the affair for this occasion. • • • The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a program meeting on Wednesday. January 6th, 8:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Seymour Roscnthal, 4880 i SW 4th Street. The program will be based on BBYO activities in Greater Miami and will feature Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, District BBYO chairman, as guest speaker. • • a The Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a menorah card party at the Empress Hotel on. Wednesday. January 6th, 1 p.m. Mrs. Clare Isaacs is in charge. • • • North Shore Cbaptssof B'nai B'rith Women will hold its weckly menorah games party at the Monte Carlo Hotel on Wednesday, "January 6th, 12:30 p.m.



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)AY. JANUARY 1. 1954 •Jewislirtorkttan PAGE 5B iLOBAL SHORTS IAC Three-Day Parley cusses Anti-Semitism EW'YORK (JTA) — Seventy social scientists, Jewish com iity relations professionals and %  sh communal leaders conclud\n intensive three-day series of ferences here on the importof anti-Semitic violence, vansm and defamation and what and should be done about The conference was held pr the sponsorship of the Nalal Community Relations Adpry Council. ri Schechita Agitation wing in England )NDON (JTA) — Agitation |nst Jewisk ritual slaughter of is continuing in Britain, and is a growing advocacy in nonfish circles of a system of stunthe animals before slaughter, py Zeitlin, chairman of the rhita Committee of the Board %  puties. reported to a meeting He Board this week. Mr. Zeitlin ] that the ecclesiastical authorifof the Board had decided that ung was contrary to Jewish .1 law. State Department Reports East Germany Rejects Claims WASHINGTON dg, F it AM Tuesday evening. Ulher officers are Malvin Englander. sen ion warden: Nathaniel G. Kirsch, treasurer; Dr. Fred Bergman, secretary; Louis E. Goldman, chaplain; Albert M. Lehrman, senior deacon. Samuel W. Shapiro, junior deacon; Joel P. Newman, senior warden; Walter S. Falk. junior steward; Maurice de H. Collegeman, honorary marshall; Norman L. Greenberg. marshall: Norton Pallot, assistant marshall; Sol S. Golstrom, tyler emeritus. Bernard Fuller, tyler; Louis Cohen, assistant tyler; and Saul Nash, organist. Ben Essen, past master, was installing officer. ^*'W'W^M*W^'*W*W'W*W*''W*XW'W'W^**W*a'^''W'W*W'^v k 'I I Dietary Laws DA VID ROSN ER CORDIALLY INVITtS TOO TO DIM AT "il ..fiW.Q.iX.P.A. On the Ocoan at 67th Street MIAMI BEACN, FLORiDA Dining Room Open to the Public FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 86-8831 r'W'W"'W-'WA-'\~^-^-W\^-\,JW*W'>^W'W^ Bay-Bee Diaper Service "(KUfl MIAMI'S ffftfT An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE 9-5SM Eisenhower Will Not Ask Congress for Law Revision WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Eisenhower will avoid asking for revision of the McCarran-Walter Act when he presents his State of the Union message to Congress early in January, according to Sen. Arthur V. Watkins, chairman of a joint Congressional committee studying operation of the Act and and others concerned with immigration and naturalization matters. Sen. Watkins made known that he recommended to the White House that no action be taken .to meet requests for revision of the Act which have come from outstanding group concerned with human rights and civil liberties. North Shore Plans to Usher in New Year Arthur Wilde's Restaurant will be the setting for the New Year's e*ve affair of the North Shore Lodge and Chapter of B'nai B'rith. Proceeds from the affair will be used for the organization and philanthropies supported by the Lodge and Chapter. A full course dinner and dancing to the music of Henry Taylor will usher in the New Year. Chairmen are Jack Wein and Roslyn Kupferberg. ***£/ Miami Dentists Will Take Part in Seminar A 40-hour lecture seminar for Greater Miami dentists will be Riven in January at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel by Dr. Morton Amsterdam, authority on restorative dentistry and mouth rehabilitation. The seminar is sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of the Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity. President is Dr. George A Graham, with Dr. Irving Gordon acting as chairman of the Seminar Committee. ?BP? JJUN^ )C Completes Medical cams of 5,000 Persons Austria Blames Allies for Refusal to Meet Claims VIENNA (JTA) — The Government of Austria has issued a communique stating that it is unable at this time to settle Jewish claims arising from the Nazi regime because of the state treaty drafted by the four occupying powers. The lengthy communique was described as a reply to charges made by Dr. Nahum Goldmann. head of the Conference on Jewish Claims in Austria, in I.ondon last week in which he virtually accused the Austrian Government of breaking its promises to settle the resiitu question with the Jewish groups. NEW YORK (JTA) — The Joint istribution Committee his comleted medical examination of ore than 5.000 residents of the unis ghetto, it was disclosed here I tion j Moses A. Leavitt, JDC execu-j Vfl vice chairman. The mass exminationwas part of a continuing Milwaukee Jewish Veterans IDC campaign to reduce the high ncidence of tuberculosis, trach-l ^ma and other diseases among Tunisia's Jews. The entire medical project. Leavitt explained, was a flogical development" of JDC's medical activities in Tunisia during the past five years. 02 Nazis Freed by Allies n Holiday Amnesty BONN (JTA) — The three West rn occupying powers in Germany nnounced the (reeinf "f 192 Nazi ar criminals in a Holiday amnes y. The US High Commission re-1 leased 61 Nazis, the French releas-' I'd 32 and the British nine. Deny Report on German Aid MILWAUKEE (JTA) — Nathan J. Rakita. commander of the Wisconsin Department of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, denied this week that the Milwaukee Jewish Veterans had contributed to the cost of making 27.000 pounds of milk powder available to disabled German veterans of World War II. Mr. Rakita termed a report from Bonn citing the CARE organization as its information source, as "inaccurate and false." Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 820 S. W. 4th St. Phone 9-2477 MIAMI BEACH 1104 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-3812 SURFSIDE 9473 Harding Ave Ph. 86-6171 HEALTH IGG5 BEST >, BUTTER „ MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 00G TRACK IN FLORID* 10 ftW> E AUTOMATIC TOTALISAT0RS AT EVERY MUTUEl W.N00W 7'Unne CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN R0A0 Miami Beach 9473 HARDING AVENUE Surfiide HABERDASHERY 301k Year on Miami Booth Soviet Regime Has Severe Policy Against Minorities Sir Neill Malcolm, Former Refugee Commissioner, Dies LONDON (JTA>—Maj. Gen. Sir Neill Malcolm. League of Nations for Refugees 1936 to 1938. week at the age of NEW YORK (JTA) — A report High Commissioner l"n the treatment of Jews and oth-ifrom Germany f


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Lg-h 8r Telephone* 2-lMl_—_2ff_ nUDAY, IAKUARV^ I During The Week .. .A. %  s* e ,, By LEO MINDLIM %  ••'El TWO EXTREMES ARE CURMCTLV %  the Gr, On. %  <•• not "%  v, '* *soc T?ZZ L SH CCKET Ln : j : %  : ^ 1LC MBJDLIN New EdBfli Fro:"T *" I9S4 Tev* H S7H Miami re by men who hold office in the top echelons of their go Kichard Nixon, as Vice President of the United State, ha, A TVnlh Anniversary Babbi bring Lehanax wil c* crv evening wifl o tnrHnw be R lido Bohe :o: ha la yean pulj '.: -r.e y.~na be;:: leu Ma Babt _T:^-.r: ^ w?_ knowi It fbf IBBMBII -----He :.ZL :>ee: OCtr*s BBC assumec pMMMd Od ieuoert: : n aboui wry b civic anc pic encbcvoi la ; %  )<" z.h W-E cheats bj AN QaKttat Mean >Tr^r Fadarafioa K vmi AM Diejiinwri Pai sens COBBpS o: EoRfM ;:.: Is-ne ns DM 2 ~nree ifr—mlatirw (no Bni aase L: adasaai ntafeet Idhhrmaii hatch ernei pasta .:. 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Heih Nh€lom K\pand -r-wr-.:.: fat %  W no '" ifd from a triumphant worid t orn dert Bf which he brought of the people of this luaetrj te e whole host <,f Uni beneath the semi trwpkel SUB aed phote bathing suited women. Mr. Nixoa Is a ;nE hero — the job well dene, the messenger v,hoi i hat it' leaders can expect from us. the nms of <*^ uil .rep"se Theother it Abba Eban. Ambasssdor to the United States asll __ bai beer. Ur.< ^legate to the United Nations, te haste, he armed „ a wiurf hfiomi s bwiBB .o-JBuiu) Mi>m ^^^ K Jor a ^^^ rwp|te .^ wa> h-ck MoI-ty ^ ^;-,--_: 1 ; .:. BM MM :: eijgious srad pa •,. Vork lo n^et the challenge at the UN of seven countries de. | M ^. „J _, Un. and Sundav -"' -h d^truction oi the Jewish SUte. He is expected to returi, Had aEtreoy Mce d :>_ H-hrew -'^-fl ., r Eban W] „ }oin hu ^e ,„ rtmsinel behind here dni| %  b MM ccBsBontly erprrarling mm edbca ib \ence He will be as weary as he was lest week — as tired(! ... _„_.*.<.. -euvenng and as skk at heart of double UU ari dowj.I tor. BBMJBBBI BBd B I lllll"t isaaaBBM mi DBBasa dsow B pottyTbf .^ ve thf |wo .n^ -r^ wealthy and the poor (ether lor nil M BBOMf saaBBBi l eas But th betrts tfc y *"*• to %  Pw^ Of re.) laxation differ b> breeding and circumstance, and the measure oil IdBsflBBOBJ --* erec n oii .:. financial p"tr %  •jpporting their respecOre oftscea b not en m a more than modest background, he rose to political height' before his fortieth year and joined the colt of the mo-t snofc• aristocracy — that group which beaks b the glory of m ., J ._ _. %  meager beginning and which silently challenges ethers to enter its Hu career in the Senate rode on the crest of country-wire fury, o: well Dt : e A l~ .-. Shabxci batanr The I'JA Mnrv a ;. m0Boen tua Neither a< hi candidacy for the office Mr. Nixon now holds a his period of calm deliberation and an exhibition of passed accomplishment To begin uith he was presented to the Ameri ca n public good as a contrast for rm running mate. P re si de n t Eisenhower was • rii\e appealed to the liberal" element, the housewife and the new voter who could behold in him a safeguard gint all future evil and a detergent "to clean ->ut the mess." Mr. Nixon, with his career in inderwnting his political and economic patient, would exold guards fancy — the dying hopefuls of Mr. Hooverera -" -" ~ee in the vigor of youth the revival of conser v ati ve g< Apped ::-x.;: aeta iindei •• und Xhe ^P 3 "" 00 "' ca r "" % from inewstrial asabiti m mom dmm ma) Btcte BBMB BNM) oe --$* %  V: N:T r % %  iv his own ttained nctor, in the November. 1952 electionx. It was Mr. Nixon who %  -.-:enerej es Her h-s tmlj risen on high -/ .... ^ -* %  %  — •••• b <> a WSM asssa i.\"ii • %  au JP an impending jurisdictional fiht when Senator McCarthy Hive Department by saying be had "negotiated" *ith Greek shipowners He brought together F. D FlanaPhleter. counsel to the Wisconsin legislator and to pectively and they worked out the "peace com' afterward When, at the suggestion of Stuart • -.. McCarthy sent the I'reMdent a formal inquiry Position o, x:.ed trade with Red China, the Vice Pr, r return of the letter, thus avoiding White i: : r ;t' n' N u n wh d '^"w that Senators Walter Gorge d B Rus-sell. powerful minority leaders, felt the l'n The Vice President ad< to lunch for that purp''> badei ., krut a tender br.i. -. % %  mber defeat, and th„v .„ i-... _.II, 1 defeat, and thus was at least partialb as ; Peration ,n overs,-., maUer5 ln the w took to hiworld tour, with the Uessin mate sh.nmg about him. ABBA EBAN • r. His • IS A DECIDED CONTRAST to his co-vac; ix-d in intellectual endeavor. He w.. a I. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder-The Jewixh noridian %  ^tt&tfgS. 1333 to io. tout %\m m %  :ves. ->~ "W" past, the Arab lobby in New York has -> ".to Capao, HllI Thus Mf Eban ,, ca „ ed upon aasds mm : ^ •" %  front, lJ. As • .1* '**"— m offeriBf the white-toothed smile OMMU, promll "* P "" hap$ becomin d"ch-nted with iat.on H. glob K irdl *hose presence may iym"t-tive of peopu-^ 8 T, a,PUr faet f,nder ^ Eban is ,he ** he ,s no foreiamTf .1 •H-raUaa. He is at ease in Zion. -*• can not be discoum^ K I '*' lnl,k oth r Nw Eterners. he Dd ^ ** V -^ Imu, of tore one mmTmm^t ^"'"^ bi or "^ ~ %  ^ "rms ^ !" l t "****. He must be dealt with on WeMern re *ng toward Jj.L" 1 arM 0( th orid %  • kurstiag forth and ** flourulung de ^ C,e,erm n on. Of poor land, he b motirated CIA's Jadersh.p by taking a ^ve part in the local dri messagean our means. 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E in ,nd F ,er, which -ilJ apt** IWC J >en:.:re,t %  ** I* ** IctiM designed to cover the electric project ftae auon. are agreed er.se Or. the other band, the We*e ,he r^luuon but -re til Pawn attach peal P aneetc ,'.-kin 3 over 1 The Ik. attar* •*-*•""' the British ire said to prefer fcnertl vr..:ed Nation.ct.ef of r.a.i m •i.-.guage which vooM refe* tfce p^^ne and ar j.-elem back to UN tnia wperh.~ to ween • efl its I :• job* \ -;.r General Vagc Be".se The th r ~>>;n the Held TO "-• AaericattS are more inclined toa accordance :th the procedure .•ird specific language to prevent v :J j j^j tp the renewal of work ;_-.her disputes Hdweva •-. drainage pro;ecl 12 Varied Program Here Teenage Club of North Jcw.-r. center meets on Sll-dajl 6 P m according 10 an ardent th.< week by Rabbi MO Okohca. center spiritual leader Tbe arnouneeraerf also indicated here that a newly orgamied 1 .m ter on Sundays at 4 pm. with Ben Yomen conducting The Men'Cub will rr Tuesday evening. January 5th. at 8 I • Rabbi Skop Accepts Chaplain's Post, Rabbi Morris Skop. of the Corml laincy, compose 0 f Gables Jewish (enter, has accepted ',he r.-iHrn-ibility of serving the niH-ds of the Jewish per religious Minn ,! at Mum. International Air-, t port. Marine Air Station and I'S Naval Station. Key Weal. and-Bratt V\ Hospital in Coral Cabtoa. ac: cording to an announcement by Rabbi Joseph H Lookstein. New York chairman of the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board. The Commission on Jewish Chap Ifc of America. Rabbinical Asser Conference +*] mbly g, andFUbbinlcalCuncio, | Ike agency through American Jewish emit, and eccJesia,,^ all fall and part tlm j Ulna ia the wrvice of ^ r ffnv^rnnuHii %  %  "••JM government Jewish ckapla^J on duty with the Army Force. Marine Corp,, Guard, Veterans A dand Public Health £r!i? vB--J:ih and the Americana art wn to feel that Sj %  given a veto power over '.-"•-. : ]--aeli project. Last week, the Secaritj Qon devoted itentire sessiea to a .rt-ech by Dr Char.es lb l*Sanon attacking brael r: tbl UJS1 :-r>e: deleg:> >' met assured that 'he Syrian e : --. v.. r. : be upheld, is -r.s: the reso".-' %  -. atlj specific to insnrc rzp:d a*reemen1 1 th Gen v:Beat %  actual arrange.LOanon aiiactuog israe. .-—<\ k : Bennute actual arrangrj.-.ject and asaulfcu '•i: "'•• %  -11 I work He •wk on lh Ci kn n l< 1. be resumec in the denulitanzed • i-gjnj .. rj :• that the yfgsu -' %  '' ..:. n and in the s| • %  I I -,e without a re.. tweec Israel and S3 na : e facto re; ;. .... nexatioD • :hea-: atempt I i. would b. It 1 1 T the Council I •\--er-I • tter I sovei %  .-• % %  • %  • %  their purposi si n-;tter of sovereignty m tl I t the %  %  %  %  Meanwhik an 1 • : Beach Bar rVomes Officers I :• I conclusion so far 1 t. -. %  Casablanca Players Open Holiday Season; Show Musical Twice Nightly he Casi' %  % %  •. son with the openir.. I • nt club theatre last rhursday e -ning. the ; -cheduk-d for productioi I ce nghtly at 9 and 11:30 pm. v l h u i patrons at the club. •Vritten especially for presenl I at the Club Morocco, the >ho JJkLS eli and -staged on the clubs un>._ vated stage. After each perforr '-. the stage is lowered to floor T u Y tUba r •-:• allowing dancing to the M ^S? >c of Dave Tyler and hi, or ( < -tr -tarred in the cast w Warde _£ -ovar.. seen in the Br'.adwav n -."' M H -"' ecial h t. Two On The Aisle RecenU, C returned after a year and a hal'f n .~^T~, London where he played lead B n a B nth Rolls Increase musical comedy role, DonoWASHWr-r !" trease %  £ %  "—%  Gloria Richmond, who appeared ,• he original Broadway *££% '^ !" ^ E. omer Girl, and who waseen JLfcJ ^.5!^ '^^ U ally with the Musk Clroia, abo aSaT r'-.,^ 1 Ro:nar ( ; tock a leading role Other top Bnl B^U 't* !" 0l ** es tvere by Cece Blake, night Cab-„e, anH u" 1 ^ h P CaT ^'^ C n actress; j, ck Marhn ttho ^ £*£t aad Mr, WlU ,am Rabk.n ;..ed at the Palace and made TV ship chailln' f*^* 1 mem ^ appearances in New York Citv wL T f the B '*> Brtth Karl Redcoff. who ha" be^n to,Tsh ? 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Jmistfo^&L PAGE 2 A Warburg, Dr. Schwartz to Appear at CJA's Initial Gifts Dinner January 10th Will 0UU1 I : %  rYklaj I* v 10 inferred „h ,he I H U fj JU.U gy *£ *g ,ualh even countr, Europe J J^aj^nT^tate .1 ure in mobilizing law scale Amerw „„ T .WP ican aid which has brought half I dk East and Nor Continued from Page 1 A million refugees lo Israel and haprovided relief aid to more than a million distressed Jews ovor>eaAn outstanding speaker, he has since 1945 given active leader-hip to some of the largest and most dramatic efforts undertaken on a voluntary basis to rescue men. women and children, stateless and impoverished by war and disaster Warburg is also chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee through which United Jewish Ap peal funds have been channeled to help one million homeless persons in more than 30 countries since the end of World War II Warburg in 1949 took a direct In 1945. imw the war's end in Europe. •-•< reqw si rvev tour of the then •: % %  d displaced camps in the occupation Their report t comprehensive presenl the American people i the plight ol Bar pi displaced perv : Prior to joining the JDC Dr Schwartz served with distinction aan educator and scholar He is ar. auth<>: ~ •: Semitic Literature Carl Wemkle. president Danny Hutner Poem* EC 5S STYIS^ Published in Macjaxine. "WfOWOld nanny Hutner will ban two poem* published shortly. |i0| t,. word WTIO',1 hore. \ Rower will appear in the Januarv issue of Wee Wisdom, whose editors recently tent tte jt*JT • membenhip card, la the %  don Writers' Guild SK% light*, another poem by me youthful writer has been acceptM I ubtteaUofl bj Highlights For Children „ Danny is the son of Mr ;in<1 Mrs. Malavsky Concert Th. pre-,-.'. ''•" '' Auditorium on Jani tj, En| -M and a liturgical repertoire nUDAY. lANtUov ,J Herbert H. Hutner. 1143 s* Avenue^ He is 1 student ,,^,1 ami Hebrew School and •„ tion. m expressefl lion at the 1 and Dr Schwartz nation in the progn • \\> arwi these Internationa! Mrtboritfel on refu gee probit %  I honor." Weiakle stated "They have a \ist and intimate knowledtfcc c:-r a :Meau ovohcd ia -norement of people aad Dr Schwartz have re; turned from an emergency eoa Israel attended b> Jewish part in planning and organizing <>. Federation the mass airlift transfer to Israel of virtually the entire Jewish community of Yemen. The Jews of Yemen, more than 45.000 in all. had trekked out of that country over hundreds of miles of desert and malarial swampland to escape mounting Arab persecutions. With Warburg at the helm the JDC dispatched a corps of workers to meet these refugeets entered the British of Aden, and from there I to Israel on what soon became world famous as the Uagk ."arpM airlift. Earlier. 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INUARY 1. 1954 -Je*istfk>rktian PAGE 3 B :k Addresses Community B'nai leering; 800 Crowd Beach Center persons heard Philip ^international president rith, attack subversives Bent, industry and eduweek at a meeting in Beach Auditorium. ^ting greeted new memB'nai B'rith Organizaind was part of the genjrship drive held by the [that it was essential for rid itself of those seekermine this nation's prinway of life, Klutznick It it must not, in the proItiyT the concepts of de"We must not destroy ire seeking to save," he illogical hunt for the who was elected presi i B'rith on May 5, 1953. Ipated actively in B'nai Jewish communal organ ce his youth. He is a mber of Kansas City, o 2, AZA, which was or 1923. and a member of championship AZA DeHe was Grand Aleph 1925 to 1926 and editor far, AZA publication. k was president of Ige in 1930, president of d Lodge No. 6 in 1940 tent of the Supreme Adncil in 1941. He was a the Executive CommitSupreme Lodge from chairman of the PerCommittee of the Sue and consultant to h Youth Commission to date. He was also a to the Budget Comtnit• Supreme Lodge. Counsel Bker of the Henry Monsky ion he was a member of ago Executive Committee (Defamation League and since 1951. ; is a member of the Anti League Commission uecutivc Committee vice of the Anti Defamation 'member of the Executive of the Joint Defense %  for the past several years %  member of the Board of Ha, National Jewish Hospital. § and Leo N. Levi Memorial I. Hot Springs, Arkansas, lick was president of the Zionist District. 1929. and %  resident of the Southwest Hof the Zionist Organization Mica. He is a member of the [of Directors of Rassco Israel Ition at present and was a %  of the Board of Directors of klestine Economic Corporawas chairman of the AmerDusing Committee for Israel, [request of the Prime Minister, chairman of the Omaha Jewish Philanthropies, chairman of the Budget Committee of Omaha Federation for Jewish Service and president of the Omaha Board of Jewish Education. Klutznick was also president oi the West Central States Region Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds in 1933 and chairman of the Jewish Centers Division, National Jewish Welfare Board. He is a vice president of the National Jewish Welfare Board and vice president of the World Federation of YMHA's and Jewish Community Centers. He is a member of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the National Jewish Committee on Scouting. An attorney by profession, Klutznick was graduated with the degree of LLB from Creighton University in January, 1930. He had previously studied in liberal arts at the Universities of Kansas and Nebraska. He entered the practice of law in 1930 and was appointed Assistant Corporation Counsel in Omaha in 1933. He was Special Assistant to the United States Attorney General in slum clearance and housing matters from 1935 to 1936. Klutznick has received a number of awards including the Certificate of Merit by President Truman for wartime services, 1947; member of Lambda Alpha Honorary Economics Fraternity; Member Legion of Honor, AZA; recipient District Grand Lodge No. 6 Award for Service to Humanity. 1952; and first recipient of the Sam Beber Outstanding AZA Alumnus Award, 1961. Mayor Abo Aronovitz (left) is shown presenting the Keys of the City of Miami to Honorable Philip M. Klutznick (center), international president of B'nai B'rith, at the mass B'nai B'rith community meeting held last week at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Shown at right is Rabbi Irving *Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Center, who delivered the invocation and benediction at the South Florida B'nai B'rith program attended by more than 800 persons. Anthology on Lincoln Put Out by JWB \ NEW YORK—Lincoln's Birthday, a 94-page anthology of progr. n material that underlines the i tionship between Abraham Lincoln and American Jewry, was pub. cd this week by the Jewish Center Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board as part of its contribution to the observance, in 1954, of the tercentenary of Jewish settlement in the US. Dr. Louis A. Warren, director of the Lincoln National Life Fou' tion, calls the booklet "by far t':ia best brochure of source material for Lincoln birthday programs." The editor of the anthology, Philip Goodman, who is director of Jewish education of JWB's Jewish Center Division, expressed the hope that Jewish groups, through ai priate celebrations of Lincoln's birthday, will "create an understanding of the contributions Jews have made to the development ol America, and promote better relationships among people of all faiths on the American scene.'' Miami Window Jewish Marine Awarded Navy Cress Posrhvmously WASHINGTON. D.C.—The Navy Cross has been awarded posthumously to Second Lieutenant Martin L. Gitot, US Marine Corps, Reserve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Givot, of this city, for "extraordinarly heroism ... in action against enemy aggressor forces in Korea October 26 and 27. 1952," it was learned this week by the Bureau of W* Records of the National Jewish Welfare Board. General Lemuel C. Shepherd, Jr., Marine Corps commandant, presented the Navy Cross to Lieutenant Givot's widow, Mrs. Katherin Givot, a member of Temple Sinai in Washington, D.C. The Navy Cross and the Distinguished Service Cross (an Army decoration) are second only to the Congressional Medal of Honor as the country's supreme award for bravery against an enemy. A WINNER: The Dade County! Cancer Institute has re-elected Leonard A. Wein president for his third term at the institute's annual meeting. Other officers include Dr. Charles Tharp, dean of the faculty at the University of Miami, 1st vice president; Mrs. Robert C. Crowe, 2nd vice president; Leonard G. Egert, secretary; and Mrs. Ben Akin, treasurer CIVIL DEFENSE: Dr. Barney Weinkle. civil defense leader, sparked a move to urge women here to enroll in free classes in home nursing. Key workers are Mrs. Besse Teich. of the Civil Defense office, and Mrs. Martha Owen Wolfe, Red Cross director of nursing NEW DIRECTOR: Norman K. Schwartz will be new managing director of the Miami Beach Better Business Bureau. Jules Gillette has announced his appointment. Schwartz will investigate complaints, answer inquiries and serve as adviser to Miami Beach business groups. Gillette is president of the Bureau CPA< ARE NAMED: Three Greater Miami certified public accountants have been elected members of the American Institute of Accountants, national professional society of CPAs. They are Robert Pentland, Jr., Hollywood; Gilbert P. Schwartz, Coral Gables; and Louis Smiles, Miami. Schwartz is a member of the firm of Sadoff & Schwartz HEADS HOTELS: H H. Harper, manager of the Towers Hotel, is the new president of the Greater Miami Hotel Association. New vice presidents are James W. I Tinley, Everglades; William P. I Pease, Miami Colonial; and Arthur %  Freeman. Columbus. Among direc-1 tors are Joe H. Adams, El Comoj doro; N. Doug Raff, Everglades;! and Leonard Allen, Miami Airways .. DOCTORS ELECT: Dr. L. W. Dowson has been named presidentelect of the Dade County Medical Association. New president is Dr. E. W. Cullipher. Named public health advisor was Dr. Morton M. Halpem WILL BE CANDIDATES: Ex-city commissioner Robert H. Givens, Jr., will be a candidate at the May primaries for the circuit judgeship now held by N. Vernon Hawthorne. Former Judge J. Fritz Gordon has also announced that he intends to run for the post CO-CHAIRMEN ANNOUNCED: J. N. McArthur. president of the Miami Chamber of Commerce and the University of Miami Citizens Committee, has been named as Protestant co-chairman of the annual Miami dinner of the National Conference of Christians and Jews set for late in February. Sam Blank, of National Brands, will be Jewish co-chairman. Catholic leade r is R. B. Roberts. Jr. Daniel J. Mahoney will be overall dinner chairman WIN HONORS: Three Miami ^ j X t&\ • ',1 m i L I Hebrew Academy Dinner Reaches $15,000 in Ticket Sales for Affair Genet deft), acting president of the Hebrew Academy, _j at a plaque he has just, presented to Lewis Escott. Acaduy vice president, for distinguished service to the Miami all-day Hebrew school. The presentation was made %  t week at the Hibiscus Auditorium, where workers for i sixth annual dinner of the Academy assembled. The $100couple function is scheduled on Sunday night. January 7th, at the new Di Lido Hotel. More than $15,000 in ticket and journal sales already have been reported for the sixth annual Hebrew Academy dinner scheduled at the Di Lido Hotel on Sunday night. January 17th, it was announced Wednesday by B. I. Binder, cochairman. Members of the dinner Ticket Committee will be guests of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, co-chairman. Sunday morning. 10 a.m.. in the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. Mrs. Grossinger, Binder and Charles Fruchtman will report bn the progress of the $100 a couple function. Mayor Harold Shapiro, honorary chairman of the dinner, also will attend the meeting. Samuel Reinhard. chairman of the men's Coordinating Committee for the annual pictorial journal of the Miami Beach all-day Hebrew school, and Mrs. Reinhard have proved to be the leading salesmen for the journal to date. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard have sold more than $1,000 in advertisements for the yearbook, according to Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs. Jerry Sussman, co-chairmen of the journal committee of the Hebrew Academy Women. Progress on the presentation by the Hebrew Academy students, which will feature the dinner at the Di Lido, indicates this year's program will be the best ever, Mrs Gershon Miller reports. Mrs. Miller, dramatic directress, is working with Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. musical director, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, on the play. Kolman Luria maintains his lead in ticket sales for the dinner. Harry Genet, acting president said Wennesday. Progress on both the dinner and journal was reported Wednesday afternoon at a meeting of the Hebrew Academy Women, held at the Blackstone Hotel. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. president of the women's organization, pre sided. Let tier Named Chairman NEW YORK—Rear Admiral C. D. Leffler, USN (Ret.) of Miami, has been named Florida state chairman of the Crusade for Freedom, Henry Ford II, national Crusade chairman announced here. In the post of Florida state chairman. Leffler will coordinate and unify the efforts of campaign directors and other Crusades volunteers in his territory and head up its activities on behalf of Radio Free Europe's truthcasts to people enslaved by the Kremlin behind the Iron Curtain. area agencies have won honors for outstanding travel promotion efforts in 1953. Grand prize went to Pan American World Airways, with speial mention of the Latin American office in Miami, supervised| by S. Roger Wolin. Miami Beach publicity department, supervised by Hank Meyer, won third place in the grand award competition COMMITTEE APPOINTEE: Appointment of Burton S. Kahn. Miami Beach businessman and civic worker, to the Mayor's Safety Committee was announced here by Mayor Harold Shapiro .. CHIEF ARCHITECT: The Board of Directors of the Florida World Fair, Inc.. has confirmed the appointment of B. Robert Swart b -. ALA, architect of New York and Miami Beach, as chief archi'ect and chairman of the Board of Design. Swartburg is authorized to select a six-member Board from among other outstanding a re it tects in the State of Florida MOOT TRIAL TEST: The University of Miami junior moot co-urt competitions were won by two Miami Beach students. Hilery Silverman, 1618 Michigan Avenue, and Barton Udell, 1243 DiekSASOB' Drive, both members of Tau Epsilon Rho. legal fraternity, defeat* ed a Coral Gables and a West Palm Beach student in the mock debate NEW TRUSTEES: New mem'-.ers of the Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association Board of Trustees are Leo Axlrod and Florence Emff. Franck C. Willison has been reelected president of the association STUDENTS ENROLL: Greater Miami students who have enrolled at Ohio State Univerinclude Sidney L. Besvinick. Albert Feldan. Herbert L. W. Mervin A. Jacobs and Ernice S. Weinkle AMVETS ELECT: Paul Kulik has been named vice commander of the Amvets V -t No. 50. Elected adjutant is William Spellman MERGER STUDIED: Senior Circuit Court Judge George E. Holt has announced completion of committees which will study consolidation for the Greater Miami area. The University of Miami will carry on research projects and employ experts for the new project. Among those named to the committees are William L. Pallot, advisory; E. Albert Pallot, rules and procedures; William L. Pal! of, chairman and Mayor Abe Aronovitz, transportation and public utilities; Walter Weiss, planning and zoning; Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro, streets and highways; and Mayor Shapiro, sanitation and sewage. Wolff Named President Henry Wolff was elected president of the Miami Beach Exchange Club Wednesday, succeeding O. Robert Weat. Also named were Harry Gordon, vice president; George Gilbert, secretary; and Herman Popkin. treasurer. Elected to the Board were Allen Goldberg, Ben Ciller and Frank Steinberg.



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levjwJislhJBIioiciidliiQUR I. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. 1954 SEC. B !all on Western Powers to Bring Middle Eastern Peace EW YORK (JTA) — The WestPowers, especially the United [tes, were called upon to bring but peace between Israel and Arab states in addresses deBred by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, kirman of the Jewish Agency exptive, and Louis Lipsky, chair of the American Zionist iincil, at sessions here of the jst American Zionist Assembly. The Assembly was attended by delegates elected by the eight (ding Zionist parties in this jintry which have a total memk-ship of 750,000. Rabbi Abba jlrl Silver, who was scheduled Ibe one of the principal speakers |tl' opening session, sent a mesregretting his inability to at J the Assembly because of RabKcal duties in Cleveland. He lined his views in writing on fceets which the Assembly was fussing. Avraham Harman, IsConsul General, greeted the Pgates on behalf of the Israel rernment. Friendship Toward l$rl policy toward Israel and help bring to the strategic area of the Middle East stability and peace." Declaring that as American citizens, "mindful of our country's leadership of the free world," Jews are profoundly concerned with the preservation of American Israel friendship, the resolution declares: "It has become impossible to overlook certain actions of our Department of State within the past few months which have encouraged powerfut anti-Israel forces, both in and out of government, in their efforts J.o make it appear, that major change in our country's policy towards Israel has in fact taken place. "When the present administration described its policy in the Middle East as one of impartiality as between Israel and the Arab states. Zionist leadership in this country I stated that it was in full agreement | with this approach and that Amor I ica should respond symapthetically | to the needs of all the peoples in the Middle East. However, we con-J tinue to reject the implication that this policy represents a change and that our country has not been impartial in the past. Above all. we most earnestly declare that impartiality must not be translated into appeasement — which pro-Arab propagandists and their friends in Washington are seeking to bring about," the resolution states. Mutt Take Initiative In appealing to the United States to use its efforts to bring about an Arab-Israel peace, Dr. Goldmann said: "As long as the emergence and the victory of Israel are not recognized by the peoples of the Near East who were defeated in their attempt to prevent its establishment, the new state cannot be said to be politically consolidated. This is the real problem Its solution will require the effort, imagi nation and courage of all concerned — of Israel, the Arab states and, above all, the Western Powers. "The primary valid criticism, of the policy of the Western Powers, Continued on Pagt 7 B Mrs. Jeannette Altschul, of Miami, a founder of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is shown a site plan lor tha nation's newest medical teaching center by Dr. Marcus D. Kogel (right). Dean of the College, and Michael M. Nisselsc.-. (lelt). Director of Development. The College, now under construction in New York, will be the initial unit of a $25.(XK),OCJ medical teaching center eventually to include College** cJ Dentistry, Nursing, Public Health and Post-Graduate studies. tie Assembly adopted a resolu: recording "with profound grattatum the historic and invalu|e aid" which the United States rendered in bringing about the lation of Israel, as well as the given to Israel since its estabkment. At the same time, the solution calls attention to the ct that "of late certain policies our State Department, with rect to Israel, have contained the rorst features" of pro-Arab apeasement. Emphasizing that the latest polry "has been thoroughly discreditin our time and is doomed to lailurc in the future as in the past," the resolution says: "Not %  lone for the sake of Israel, the k-orld's newest democracy, now Ihreatened on all fronts, but even lore for the sake of our country's ole as the world leader of dynamic [democracy, we most earnestly urge lour government to re-affirm the traditional American bipartisan UJA Delegates Praise Premier Ben-Gurion NEW YORK (JTA) — The UJA annual meeting here concluded by passing a resolution requesting that contributors make full payment of their pledges before the end of this year and urged the communities to pay in full, all outstanding amounts on account of allocations to the UJA for 1953 and prior years. The delegates also adopted a resolution expressing "warm affection and high esteem" of David BenGurion on the occasion of his re tirement as Israel's Premier. "We view with admiration the great strides which Israel has made during his tenure in industry, agriculture, settlement and development of every sort," the resolution said. "It is our hope that he may find renewed strength in the rest which he has so richly earned: that many more years of good health and happiness may be granted to him and that his wise counsel may continue to be available to his people." Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice chairman of the UJA, who was also reelected for another term, reported on the leadership given by the UJA by the present administration which came into office three years ago under the general chairmanship of Warburg. He told the conference that since January, 1951, Warburg and his associates had led the UJA in raising a total of $223,000,000 in pledges, of which almost $215,000,000 has been received in cash. Dr. Schwartz reported that of $204,760,000 actually distributed for Israel and refugee aid, nearly 80 percent, or $162,374,680, has been allocated for support of resettlement, development and medical rehabilitation programs in Israel, S31.123,520 for relief, welfare and medical aid programs in European and Moslem lands, and $11.261.800 for refugee reception, resettlement and adjustment in the United States. In an accounting of the sums raised by the UJA in the past three years. Dr. Schwartz reported that $82,000,000 had been raised in 1951. $72,000,000 in 1952. and $69,000,000 in 1953. and that of the latter sum $65,000,000 has come forward in cash. He urged strongly that this downward trend be reversed in the coming year, especially in the light of Israel's "besieged and beleaguered" position. Addressing the delegates here. Israel Finance Minister Ie Kshkol said that the Jewish St has passed the half-way mark ; > economic independence and is r. ,t being deterred from the fulf. "ment of crucial long-range development plans by Arab efforts t > destroy the new state's sovereignty. Mr. Eshkol warned that Israel could be deterred only by the failure of American Jews to support urgent programs for the absor tion of immigrants, the large-scale expansion of agriculture and X'.xe intensive development of Industry. Mrs. Levine Wins Mrs. Rhoda Levine. realtor of 420 Lincoln Road, has become the fifth person in 33 years to win a life membership to the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. The award came, to Mrs. Levine for adding 101 new members to the organization's roll. She is now the first woman life member of the Beach Chamber of Commerce. Running a close second in the annual membership drive was Al< tiamlWr Award frcd Lesser, insurance adjuster. Prior to this. Lesser was the top membership campaigner for two successive years. Winning third prize for indi\ I 'ual effort was Harry J. Sonz. realtor, and Mrs. Ruth Scott, beauty salon operator, was high team captain. Awards were presented by Bar„n de Kirsch Meyer, drive chairman Max J, Etra, attorney and communal leader, has been named chairman of the Board of Trustees of Yeshiva University, succeeding the late Samuel Levy, who held the post for almost 25 years. Etra is president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, Congregation Kehilath Jeshrun and the Synagogue Council of Yeshiva University. A trustee of Beth Israel Hospital in New York City, he is on the Executive Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Synaqogue Council of America, National Community Relations Advisory Council. Boy Scouts of America and Jewish Education Committee of New York City. The Very Finest Frankfurters Corned Beef Bologna Pastrama BEEF, all BEER choice BEEF! Formost Kosher Sausage Co. 230 N.W. 5th Street. Miami. Florida Phones 3-0721-2 — 3-4225



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