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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-Number 2
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 8. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
isians Asked To Permit Jewish Migration
fan Policy Spurs Latent Nazi Activity:
\ria Revives Old Hitler Technique
Blaming Jews for 'Discriminating'
|LTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
IGTON Austria has
tier's technique of
s for "discriminating
ans." In expressions
of the Austrian
r, Austrian authori-
iccused Jewish organ-
discrimination against
ause of efforts to
the benefit of Jewish
e small consideration
rties confiscated by
of Austria today
favors former Nazis over Jews in
settling claims arising from the
Hitler era. The situation is such
that one Jewish authority who
participated in the reparations
negotiations with West Germany
feels there is a greater danger of
a Nazi revival in Austria than in
Germany. He is Dr. Noah N.
Barou. of England, a leader of
the World Jewish Congress. Dr.
Nahum Goldmann. speaking for
the Joint Executive Board for
Jewish Claims on Austria, said
"the deadlock in the present ne-
gotiations seems to indicate that
the Austrian Government does
not share the universal view that
measures for the benefit of the
cistims of Nazism must precede
action in favor of incriminated
Nazis."
Austria has rejected, in effect,
joint proposals by 22 major Jew-
ish organizations and the Federa-
tion of Austrian Jewish Commu-i
nities. The Jews sought for some
time to aid victims by reclaiming
the value of a small fraction of
JERUSALEM (JTA)The week-
long meeting of the Zionist Actions
Committee, policy-making body of
the Zionist movement between ses-
sions of the World Zionist Con-
gress, concluded here following the
adoption of resolutions calling
upon the Soviet Union and the
other Communist countries to per-
mit the emigration of Jews to Is-
rael, expressing concern over the
Western Powers' wooing of the
Arab states at the possible ex-
pense of Israel and approving
structural changes in the Zionist
organizational make-up.
The Zionist leaders from all
parts of the world expressed their
shock at the fact that Zionist lead-
ers have been tried and sentenced
to severe prison terms in Ruman-
ia, Czechoslovakia and Hungary for
their Zionist activities. The Ac-
tions Committee declared that it
the loot stolen by Austrian
Nazis. There were painful months was identifying itself with impris-
of negotiation. At first Austria
conceded in principle.
Eg, Dr. Schwartz in Talks:
ml Gifts Dinner Set
at DiLido Hotel
day
ed community leaders
[ on Sunday evening,
at the Di Lido Hotel,
greatest fund cam-
history of the Corn-
Appeal,
lliant pre -campaign
ed by Chairman Samuel
in, is expected to sur-
irds in advance gifts.
|ar attraction of the tra-
ckoff event will be the
of Edward M. M. War-
Serai chairman of the
rish Appeal, and Dr. Jo-
rhwartz, executive vice
of the UJA. who will
^on-the-spot" reports on
in Israel. Warburg, a
[and dynamic speaker, has
Rational reputation for his
opic service and partic-
his work with refugees.
be helped plan and or
ae now famous mass air-
|fer to Israel of an entire
immunity in Arab lands.
chwartz is an international
on refugee problems and
led a reputation as a key
I
tdmari M. M. tV.rl.irf
. rjMiit^ air lift
figure in shaping historic mass mi-
gration of more than a half mil-
lion Jewish men, women and chil-
dren from distressed areas of
Europe to Israel and the United
States.
Among prominent local leaders
jvho will participate in the program
will be Max Orovitz, president of
Mount Sinai Hospital and for many
years an active civic worker and
campaigner. Stressing Miami's re-
sponsibility for strengthening their
local and communal services, Oro-
vitz will point up graphically the
extent of aid rendered to the Jew-
ish population by those agencies
receiving funds in the annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
"A strong local community with
effective institutions working for
positive Jewish values is a neces-
sary prerequisite if we expect to
help national and overseas agen-
cies, and more particularly, the
new State of Israel," said Cam-
paign Chairman Aaron Kanner, at
a recent meeting of the Initial Gifts
Committee. "If we are not healthy,
strong and effective on the local
level, we can be of little help to
those institutions and causes be-
yond the confines of our own com-
munity," Kanner declared. He
pointed out that local institutions
can survive as effective instru-
ments serving Greater Miami Jew-
ry only if they receive their mini-
mum requirements from the com-
munity in which they function.
Kanner early this week released
figures indicating the extent to
which CJA dollars perform life-
saving tasks overseas and help
keep open the doors of countless
welfare and health institutions in
the community here. He said that
more than 50,000 were served in
Greater Miami through the six
local beneficiaries of CJA last year.
Medical, and emergency care at
Mount Sinai Hospital, benefited
more than 7,000 persons. Aged
Continued on Pa# 2 A
>lisher to Make Tour of Israel
I Fred K. Shochet. editor and publisher of The Jewish
foian. this week accepted an invitation extended by the
rnment of Israel to make a tou* of the State with a group
^glish-Jewish newspaper owners. Exact departure date for
[trip has not been announced.
Or. lattmh 1. Schwartz
. wirk with refujees
oned and exiled Zionist leaders and
called for their release from jail
and emigration from the satellite
countries.
The resolution also called on the
world to take note and protest
against the "hostile and vengeful
activities" of the Egyptian and
Iraqi Governments for "fabircating
judicial proceedings against Jews"
in those countries on the grounds
that they are Zionists.
Changes Decided
The resolution on organizational
changes called for the establish
ment of territorial Zionist organ-
izations in countries outside Israel,
which would include all parties in
the country as well as non party
members. Where the local Zion-
ist groups feel that such an or
ganization is unnecessary the mat-
ter will be referred to the Zionist
executive for final decision.
The question of affiliation of in-
dividual Zionists who are not mem-
bers of any party shall be decided
in each country by a majority of j
the local Zionist groups in the en-,
visioned territorial organization,,
the resolution said. Should such
a decision not be arrived at, the
matter would again be referred for i
final action to the Zionist execu-1
tive.
Israel Finance Minister Levi Esh-1
Itvi Itkktl
. Still foe* dangers
kol, addressing the final session of
the meeting, appealed to Zioni-N
in all countries to add investments
to their contributions to Israel. 'If
every Zionist had built a hou>e
in Israel, planted a small orange
grove or invested a little money
here, how different it would lo ik
today." he said. Mr. Eshkol warn-
ed that Israel still faces a tremen-
dous danger and pointed out that
the tendency of contributions to
Israel to drop off may add to that
danger.
David Ben mier of Israel, in an article in Da-
var. official organ of the Hista-
drut. says that the Zionist Actions
Committee "did not give a clear
and precise answer to the question
of what are the obligatory values
and contents of the Zionist move-
ment." Referring to the letter
which he addressed to the Actions
Committee, and in which he indi-
cated that immigration to Israel
must be considered a primary aim
of every Zionist, Ben-Gurion said
that the important part played by-
American Jewry during the recent
Washington-Jerusalem crisis again
poses the question: "What is the
difference between an ordinary
Jew and a Zionist?"
Expect New Security Council
To Vote on UN Resolution
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Is-
rael marked time this week on it
Jordan River hydroelectric project
to give the newly reconstituted
United Nations Security Council a
chance to see whether it could
break the stalemate over the Syr-
ian complaint against Israel.
The Security Council, which had
been assured by Dr. Charles Malik,
of Lebanon, that an agreement was
"just around the corner." discover-
ed last week that there was no
agreement, and none was in sight.
The Arabs, backed by the Soviet
Union and Pakistan, fought hard
to secure amendment of the three-
power resolution to give Syria a
veto right over developments in
the demilitarized zone of Israel.
But the United States delegation
refused to surrender on this point
and the attempt failed".
Nor could the three powers mus
ter the seven votes necessary for
adoption of their resolution which
would have referred the complaint
back to true chief Major General
Vagn Bennike and, presumably,
have opened the way for speedy
resumption by Israel of work on
the Bnot Yaakov project.
Angry opposition to the three
power resolution came from the
Soviet Union's Andrei Y. Vishinsky
who revealed, for the first time,
that the Soviet stand was not mo-
tivated by pro-Arab or anti-Israel
sentiments but was simply a phase
of the 'Soviet anti-American pro-
gram.
The Kremlin, Mr Vishinsky re-
vealed, considered the Jordan Riv-
er power project as a venture of
American imperialism and saw the
whole issue as an American at-
tempt to secure control of the na-
tural resources of the Middle East.
In this situation, the Pakistan
delegate, supported by the Soviet
Union, sought an indefinite post-
ponement of consideration by the
Council of the Syrian complaint
while Britain and France, antici-
pating better luck for their resolu-
tion in the reconstituted Council,
held out for a meeting in early
January.
The Chinese delegate then pro-
posed a compromise which would
require the Council to meet again
on the Syrian-Israel issue.
Anirti Vishinsky
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JANUl
PAGE 2 A
Is Formed Here
First meeting of the newlj
formed North Shore Disl
Zionisl i
w.
s
S mour H '
National
Executive
tive "i the South

in.
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the committee on << ;'':
nounced that all members enrolled
would bi charter members ol the
new ZOA district Serving on the i
committee in addition to Lelchuck
are Mitchell Reiner. Hen Starr,
Max Weiss, Judge Theodore Nel
son. B. Solantch, Oscar Lelchuck,
M.iI Bnglander, .lack Bernstein and
Abraham Selecoll. This new dis-
trict will be the emhth local group
of the ZOA in South Florida
Spinoza Forum
Edward Ctarke. ol the I'm
ol Mi'Mil. will *' ^l"'s|
New zoa Group 500 Expected to Attend Combined
Appeal's Initial Gifts Dinner Sunday T&3
m
, rt. Miami B-
h""k
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Beth El Radio Hour
radio hour
u/MIl on Friday at
lun I ''lie- b\
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si rbu
Hadassah Opens Evening
Book Review on Tuesday
Fire In The Ashes, by Theodore
II. White, i- the book selected for
the first evcnin.L: review of the
season by the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein's dramatic
condensation of the novel will be
given at Temple Belli Sholom on
Tuesday, January 12th. 8:30 p.m
Mrs. Morri> Alpert i coordinator
of the book rc\ h series
Checking final plans for the Combined Jewish Appeal Initial
Gifts dinner at the Di Lido Hotel on Sunday, Januaiy 10th, are
(left to riant' Benjamin B. Rosenteerq, executive director o
Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Samuel C. Levenson Initial
Gifts dinner chairman; James Ccmoll. manager of Di L:\o
Hotel; and Aaron M. Kanner, CJA campaign chairman. The
traditional advance gifts event is expected to attract 500 per-
sons. UJA leaders Edward M. M. Wcrburg and Dr. Joseph
Schwartz will be principal speakers.
Continued from Page 1 A
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rael, i- here with hi- wife, \ i el
and dauuhter. Abigail, to visit his
parents. Mr. and Mr- Goodman Ry-
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man will hold ,i joint insl
dinner dance al the She I borne Ho- old-agers through the Greater Mi-
tel on Sin,,: Januarj ami Jewish Communit> Centei
10th. 2.000 Ml
fosta en will be dividual; were aided in (I i J< m
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install the sisters. Assun ng tl ts com -*.. sej|up More than
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lAHY 8. 1954
*Jewist> ncrkUon
PAGE 3 A.
is Attend Dinner Honoring
irman; Notables Attend Affair
Barnest attendances
the history of the
[Jewish community
persons paid
)i Irving Lehrman
the Di Lido Hotel.
jgram marked the
the 10th anniver-
rice of Rabbi Lehr-
ll leader at the Mi
rish Center. Local
eligious, civic, po-
hess leaders joined
fee Rabbi and Mrs.
in outstanding com-
eenberg, vice chair-
[Jrwi-.li Theological
nerica, was the eve-
speaker. He laud-
guest for "not for-
primary function
still individual care
his congregants."
lAronovitz and Har-
Family to
Concert
uditorium
lav-sky Family will
fcert at the Dade
hum on January
[JT^Upram will include
\, English and litur-
Family, after
bte of Israel and
[the United States
"now famous on
lion as the Sing
ubers of the can-
js a quick trip
Lof America. The
fAvraham Albert,
New Haven, Con
old Shapiro, former Gov. Fuller
Warren and Col. Jacob Arvey head-
ed a list of political figures on
hand for the reception and dinner.
Samuel N. Fricdland served as
general chairman of the function,
with Charles Fruchtman heading
the Arrangements Committee.
George J. Talianoff presented a
plaque to the Rabbi in behalf of
the congregation in recognition of
his outstanding service to the Cen-
ter and the community.
Fricdland announced that Rabbi
and Mrs. Lehrman were to receive
an all-expense-paid vacation to Is-
rael from the leaders of the con-
gregation.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of Mi-
ami, and Dr. Abraham Neuman,
president of Dropsie College in
Philadelphia, were among the edu-
cators on hand.
Charles Bender was chairman of
the Decorations Committee, with
M. C. Billig and Gerald Schwartz
heading the Public Relations and
Publicity Committee.
Greetings were brought by .Mrs.
Joseph Berman, president of the
Sisterhood; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
president of the Florida Rabbinical
Association; and by Dr. Wiley
Scott, president of the Miami
Beach Clergy Council.
Samuel Friedland, president of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, congratulates Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lenrman on the oc-
casion of the 10th anniversary tribute to the spiritual leader
last Sunday evening at the Di Lido Hotel.
Rabbi Solomon Moseson gave the
invocation, and Rabbi Simon April,
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, offered the
benediction.
ftmm Program
Mm Featured
The premiere of a new dramatic
radio series entitled, Decision, on,
Monday evening. January 11th, as
a weekly half hour feature over the
American Broadcasting Company
network, is announced by Gilbert
J. Balkin, Florida director, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B*rith.
The 13-week public service ser-
ies is a cooperative venture of the
ABC network, independent pro-
ducer Sherman H. Dryer and the
Institute for Democratic Education,
creator and distributor of prize-
winning educational programs. The
program will be carried locally by
Station WQAM from 9:30 to 10
p.m.
The premiere showing Decision,
al 9:30 p.m., adapts the ancient
struggle of Athens, the world's
first democracy, and Sparta, sym-
bol of authoritarianism, to this gen*
eration's fear of totalitarianism
that casts a shodow on freedom and
causes men to lose faith in their
fellows, their institutions and their
ideals, Balkin said.
Dr. Kurt Peiser was toastmaster.
An original dramatic presentation,
A Decade Of Dedication, by Prof.
Sam Hirsch, was one of the many
highlights of the evening.____
Detroit Club to Meet
The Detroit Social Club will
meet on Sunday, January 10th, 8
p.m., in the card room of the In-
ternational Hotel. According to Sa-
bina Norman Raifeld, president,
election of officers is postponed
to the end of the month.
ticut. Git
rait,
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5>if rUnV declares a dividend
idy was born in
Then follow
jiladclphia. l'cnn
Mordy. Brooklyn,
Bridgeton, New
luhii Minerva, Bal
Malavsky was a
|g> in Smella. near
Knur.' to the United
ift Be f !" ho "ved ;"
^e late Cantor Yo-
_______. "When the chll-
~Ke in singing Sab
| a function at which
natural lead," the
ned, "I discovered
[first class choir in
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hon- at the Yiddish
lew York, and the
I a crowded schedule
Clark Named
Heart Drive
ISBURG Appoint-
Mark W. Clark as
irman of the 1954
which is to be con-
lighout February, was
here by Dr. Robert L.
Bent of the American
eiation.
er Commander-in-Chief
East will direct the
campaign for funds
to support research,
Ind community service
the American Heart
and its affiliates. He
uce Barton, advertis-
executive, who headed
and campaign in 1951.
1953. Mr. Barton will
j chairman of the Board
rs of the American
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THE JIWISH FLORIDIAN HAS A FRIDAY
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Friday, January 8. 19o< evening. I appear at the Miami Public Library Rlkr **
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MINDLIN .................................. News E0"01 _______________,_______. i talk during which each one of us explains his reason I
LEO
Serxe TlWm Warning
According to reports from Washington Mon-
day, our government is inclined to give mili-
tary aid to Saudi Arabia and Iraq. The reports
state that these nations will be favored with
our guns and ammunition because they are
potential targets of Soviet attack.
We think it significant that there are no such
immediate plans to provide similar aid for Is-
rael. The report, incidentally, comes on the
heels of a State Department announcement that
Egypt may also be favored with American
munitions.
It appears to us that Washington places little
belief in the Arab League's constant threat of
war against Israel, for our government leaders
overlook the possibility of these arms' being
used in a crusade against the Jewish State.
Should the State DeDcr.rr.ent demand a prom-
ise from Saudi Arabia and Iraq that thev will
take no par in such an cttempt. it would un-
doubtedly be answered with silent c.sdain.
But the Arabs would at least know that our
government intends '.:: the- to employ Ameri-
can munitions rgainst the three: of Soviet in-
vasion, alone and that it supports no policy
cirr.ed at increasing tensions in the Near East.

Britain's pos::.:r. with regard to Ame:
inclination to arm certain Arab nations, includ-
inc Egypt clearly betrays :.= odious foreign
policy. London has vczei violent protest
against our government i intentions and is anx-
ious the: Egypt first conclude .:s negotiations
en :he Anglo-Egyp::=r. S.e: Czr.z] issue involv-
ing British evacuation :: the C;r.al Zone.
We respectfully remind toe British foreign
office thct double-edge; diplomacy must inevi-
tably boomerang. Lcr.d:r.":er. net cr. the one
hand, be the protector cf one Arch nation-
Jordan in its conflict with Israeland urge the
delay of proposed c:ms shipments la Egypt at
the same time.
The price is high, bu: Britain is now ess-----
a good taste z: fa ;....- -edicir.e In aidinq the
Arab League's effort to Dush the Jewish State
off of the map of the Middle East. London is
by ru-cumstance, being pushed out c: the area
itself.
Initial lulls Dinner
An Initial Gifts Dinner ct the Di Lido Hotel
Sunday evenina will officially kick off the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal s drive this year in the
Greater Miami area Some 500 persons are
expected to attend the top givers' affair
<,n!LaI CIn lea1e;S '*'::i = > ho,0 aior
.igures in United Jewish AcDeel activity We
are as anxious as must be the rest of the com-
Sorv Jt IVSchwartz cs ** bring us the
story o Israels pressing need for our supper.
Mr. Warbura, UJA oeneral chairman has
IT' v? ltS ^eainninn- He wa resoonsibS
for mobilizing large-scale American aid which
A uThl hdf a milUon "fgees to Israel
S a, hafin some o! ;he st *S
effors undertaker, on a voluntary basis to res-
cue stateless men, women and children im-
povenshed by war and disaster
J^'u^T12-execu,lve ViCe c!"*. is
equally wel! equipped to identify for us the per
our Combmed Jewish Appeal must plav m the
nononal and international scene 'of "phil n
thropic giving. H"uan
recall Dr. Schwertz' activities as heed of Euro-
nisi
I doubt that much truth will be told there Th.
some of having to fill a word quota on a regular basis *"
to present a varied array of subject matter in interesttall
avoiding the pitfall of repetition so far as technique "L'j
eeaesnart, The columnist lives in the aura of a dead! i
hiN best and worst moments. Oftentimes, ho wonderf?
nil energies at the necessary writing hour, if his spirit
ho engages in the process of stitching thoughts into an*
tinuum and if ho is not compromising his position "
number of subjects in the name of ease.
But each one of us on the platform will refrain f j
these matters. We will, instead, present ourselves in^
able light, ranging from descriptions of 'the povsrsn
word' which must be used intelligently, to humble
observer who is no hotter informed than his neighbor d
blessed accidentally with the opportunity of expressini!
Iicly when the whim strikes him. We will, therefor*
n the most critical positions of judgment. What M hw
columns during the years will become eloquent testujS
methods of operation.
TURNING HIS BACK ON JEWISH CLAIMS
MANY PEOPLE MAKE THEMSELVES EXTREMELY
when the) begin t" road a column. They expect to be
will rarel) tolerate snj oltort aimed at instruction, it
thnr minds that the writer was. himself, comfortable
down to "muse on M.me matter of current significant* as
feeling must be carried over to him from the writer, jtiah
Anticipating this attitude, most of us who are colim
general values, arrive early at a homespun manner and
the newspaper is no place for serious contemplation Tsi
is to deal in th.' coin of popular prejudices: the^f can kt
method to i rage" interest. Thus, certain writers b
These include the foaming at the mouth anti-Communist.
hater, th.- Roosevelt grave defile*, the American chauvcuu
baiter, th.- j|j satirist of all citizens who can not claim
in the DAB and a host of other categories. None such
proach their pet subjects honestly; all write as thev an
writ.-, and all den) their fundamental duties in the prow
Ldi*> .M;inil* Finn
The United Nations last week came ud with
&2rs&3r SgfaSt *% ?-:: MBKbs :?&
reels compla.nt ^ J* ^^ *S" "" and ""centrates on himrfj
raeis Huleh project is encroaching on the de- "" m thought and technique is his goal then ho may heal
militarized zone between the two countries. for a white, but he will be uplifted by the knowledge that I
The UN decision was to put the problem into mi*}y ac<|U"','(1 a "-adership whose values are fair and
the hand of Vaqn Bennike. the world organiza-' '"''"' m
HV T?^1"^ APPGrently il was ie't hat, I 1 hope there [| M.moono with courage enough on the)
OS an on-the-spot observer, he would best be '*,m" hl> 'mutations and to vow that he will henceforth rra
able to aecide if the complaint is valid or not ,h''"1 d" "'" ,1"1,1 Syrian leaders have since met the decision ioteTSZFJZS ? a"d "*"* Utmry h"T,l"n'
with strange alternatives that involve their be- H P''"P u ^ and twks can Im' propa!
ven the right to a veto on ory arbitrj T """1* DWW "** "-""iUtions are dd>
Bon by Bennike that dees no. meet Arab an i'"' "^ ""*'" b) ,he bookf he rr,ds an proval. Syrian leaders have, in particular ar> ""' "" hardl> ** b>Pss*d < he whim ,.(the.
preached United States delegate Henry Cabot"" *'"" "f r,,,",l"n
po^of the UnSed'NaL'0 ^ American SUP" ** toluaa^ h" *- not consider his l,m,..,,ons *,i
We ceramtv hoc! K TT' ^ T "'"^ ^ UOeB*tahta P-- h's
do.^weritr, r AmbaSSadr Lodged"- h orae, oi -..reading among those who are as cc-
e "jeced Syria s initial attempt at discussion >m ,h'' ""tenableness of Jordan's current situation and of si
withhim on this matter. The decision is one of a"w'"""' that 1953 Mutual Security Aid alteiuJ
the first rulines fnv^v- .. t_. Si5iHi(innn OP^. ... ___.
n his
Z hlS\ rnl-a **! 'o Israel (. a long
enes of otherwise dark events at ,he UN since
'ne October 19th Kibya affair.
a S65.UUO.ooo grant to Israel.
' HOPE THERE IS SOMEONE WITH enough integrityoisl
term to admit that SUch unawareness is proof of the lark offl
and .ha, lack of information of this sort dwsi
n among social, philanthropic and "literary" itemsefl
:i,^^"i<---*
American zones of occupation.
heTd6 riCiPa,S ,hQ' 0lU IOCQl ,0P 5-ers will
Jeed the voices of Mr. Warburg and I>
Schwam. for they must set the pece of ohilr,^'
thropy ,o be followed by UJA Sives in ,
unities throughout the notion Cm-
s**i an Kxamplo
The current nvU^ i .....7 "' "^ "*"' Ph'lnthropic an
result of the"Uement i ^^ ** "" "* ^'^ ,C"W" CIumn-
Dcvid Ben<3urion is L\ ?*T ^'^ r ,**? I h0PC there is >,r>nth of character enough to 4
lines of difference amonn ,h *** HS "" ,hat th<' po'M,tar P^Jud.ces some of u>|^
making up the JeLh?, "^ W ""^ *'"* ,he,r sub>"'ut' ***** ^
One of .he oldest problem T^ "
public. Uie nigged ir^vZ y0Ung RABBI '
one-s.ded elements rq;ttnn;m0n *' ^ "-
P gc:n with renewed v^ ^ a0PPed
^ W^teS^; ? we re.
-ed to ,he demt ,, "I0'1? ^ Udi.|-
' -iigion from S^T"^ "Pion
While it is true th
fure of Je
Vinq. we hone .K m0<
Creels leader
RABBI ibving LEHRMAN was honored Sunday mM
Wo Hotel for his ten years of service in the pulpit of*
i Jeih Center. The tribute lasted ovw a period of *]
|-t the Kabbi. uho deserves the accolade, he received. wuU
ln..... w t0 *drrt his discomfort in the face of often ove
Rahb, Lehrman has been an indefatigable worker in I
' ^ arrival here. His devotion to hi. duties and ft
uu lenaonnation programs for 1? .u "T~ "" uue ,nct Jewish nm. t.,,n -----'"""" nisarvonon w nu auun -
Years end his survey .our. ,aken^ the reaues ^^ ^-ish ^0^"^* Zl ?** "' SUght out de ^ *
of former President Truman, of ,h. ,w !! lecula' 1:v^q. we hen. .u and moder" 2^' r^'"- lnrf'" he is man of profound "
.. ........"<-ir mat ne i. a man of proiouno "
R.'fef0r* "u,fl o remind us that there are other wM
established displaced persons came* i^Ti/ att,Ude W:li ^ adortedfav'rt!-'
PS 'n ,he ties 'oward 0ne another's v COn*"**I por- ^'Ute h,'r" ^ ter into their daily tasks .Kb a br*|
, ,'W" Md ,h"< he tribute he received must be considered
^gs-tin^^
^r. of critical eye Lned on0^'0" W"h ^
^ Near Eos, andThaTL ^ ^ na"0n
'-n should set Qn exQ^ -ernmenta, ^
hon. ""P'o oi Progressive ac-
. '" 'hem. as w.||
->' Lehman will also, therefore, indicate that hisH
out 1 "" '" "Ur Ka,h'r- Preclude, his being able to sJ
^ ob)ect,g thoM Uurr,g which ^^ n SuD I con ,ue on his way adding to the excellent record be ^
as spiritual leader.


TAftY 8. 1954

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>si r's Troth
ftarty
Irs. H. C. Moser, 2464
rrace, announced the
of their daughter,
hs, to Ernest Robert
ra'New Year's eve par-
iK fcdM*. AK ^
nan's parents are Mr.
Nathan Freeman, of
Hew York, former Mi-
[ residents.
tr is a graduate of Mi-
High School and at
University of Miami,
will be entering her
[year, majoring in med-
Bgy. She is a member
itae, Intercollegiate Zi-
lion of America and
bdi Phi. She is also
the University of Mi-
|fane Pep Club,
pman is a graduate of
ch High School, where
the Bausch & Lomb
f,ml A junior in the
Engineering at the Uni-
liami. he is past Scribe
>n Phi and a member
ring Honor Society, In-
Radio Engineers and
:iub.
*'s engagement was al-
ed at the New Year's
t\ during the 43rd an-
kntion of Tau Epsilon
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Feted on
Kir's Day
e home party was giv-
t the Southgate Apart
ponor of Mr. and Mrs.
(in, Cleveland, Ohio,
ision of Mr. Burkin's
very from illness in
Hospital,
ins are active in char-
civic groups here and
was presented with
(for six trees planted
fci Israel. Meyer Fried-
n the name of the
___P.
Mats present were Mr.
B"er Friedman, Mr. and
Michalovitz, Dr. and
Goldberg, Mr. and
Levin. Mr. and Mrs.
lerg. Mr. and Mrs. Al
tfr- A. Perlmutter, Miss
Bit. Mr. Joseph Medoff
H Mrs Meyer Teigman.
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Miss Wolf Carries
Old Bible in Rites
Miss Louise Nancy Wolf carried
an ivory Bible that belonged to
her paternal grandmather for her
marriage Friday noon to Robert
Young. Rabbi Leon Kronish, offici-
ated at the ceremony held in the
**"ite Carlo Hotel. A reception for
200 guests followed.
Hie bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Wolf, 1606 Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach. Mr. Young
is the son of Mrs. Bea Young, 4511
Sheridan Avenue, and the late
Hyman Young. He is a member of
the Florida Bar Association.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride was attired in French
chantilly lace fashioned into a
princess cut gown. Styled with
long fitted sleeves and pointed
cuffs, the illusion yoke was bound
at the neck with stripes of match-
ing lace. The skirt of nylon tulle,
worn over satin, ended in a chapel
train.
Her Juliet headpiece, trimmed
with lace and lily-of-the-valley.
held the four-tiered, thnee quarter
veil of illusion. Mrs. William Box-
er, the bridegroom's sister, was
matron of honor.
Oscar Wolf, cousin of the bride,
flew in from Trenton, New Jer-
sey, to be best man. Acting as
ushers were Jay Cohen, Sid Fried-
man, Robert Gilbert and Robert
Schockett.
Phillip Hardaek to
Be liar Mitzvah
Phillip Michael Bardack, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S. Bardack,
1252 NW 59th Street, will become
Bar Mttcvah on Saturday. Jan-
uary 9th. at Ttfereth rsraet North-
side Center.
Phillip attends Edison Junior
High School, where he is in the
eighth grade Rabbi Louis A. Cas-
sel will officiate.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will
be hosts at the Oneg Sbabbat on
Friday night and will serve a Kid-
dush on Saturday morning follow-
ing the service.
Dr. Sams Heads Board
New president of the Medical
Executive Board of Jackson Memo-
rial Hospital is Dr. Wiley Sams.
He was elected to the office here
this week. Others named are Dr.
John Milton, vice president, and
Dr. Herbert Ekhert, secretary.
Alan Stone Jtar
Mitzvah Saturday
Alan Irvin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bennie Stone. 724 SW 26th Road,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, Janua r y
Mh. 9 a.m.. at the
Miami Hebrew
ichool and Con-1
{regation. 110 1
5W 12th Avenue.
Rabbi Simon;
April will offici-!
ite. Alan is in
hi seventh!
^rade at Shenan-
ioah Junior
High School and
AIm Irvin attends the Reli-
gious School of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. The Bar
Mitzvah will address the Congre-
gation.
Kiddush will follow the services,
with the Stones as hosts, in their
Son's honor.
Ardmora
Robert M. Rosenberg, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin B.
Rosenberg, 1815 Cleveland
Road, Miami Beach, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day, January 9th, 10:45 a.m.,
at Temple Beth Sholom, Rab-
bi Leon Kronish will officiate.
Robert, a student at Beth
Sholom Religious School, is
in the eighth grade at Nau-
tilus Junior High School.
Pllktncton
Stanley Michael, son oi Mr.
and Mrs. N. Winokur, 5529
Maggiore, Coral Gables, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday morning, January 9th,
at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center. Rabbi Morris Skop
will officiate. Kiddush in his
honor will follow the cere-
mony, with the Winokurs as
hosts. Stanley is an eighth
grade student at Ponce de
Leon Junior High School and
attends the Religious School
of the Coral Gables Jewish
"Center. A reception Sunday
afternoon at the Winokur
home is also scheduled.
Dr. Routh to Speak
The Miami Society for Ethical
Culture will present Dr. Frederick
B. Routh, Assistant Professor of
Human Relations at the University
of Miami, on Sunday, January 10th,
11 a.m., at the Lindsey-Hopkins
School. His subject will be cur-
rent attacks on the United Nations.
Mrs. Mae Miller, secretary of the
society, will preside. -
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PAGE 7 A
LSe1ma Rose Lewis Becomes Mrs. ^|
ic Rifkin; Chooses Chantilly Gown ,
Mrs. Urtmt MfJria
Moses Mescheloff offici-
his study on Sunday. De-
27th. at the weoding of
elma Rose Lewis, daughter
[and Mrs. Max Lewis, 705 -
reet. and Jerome Rifkin,
btusa Street, son of the late
Ufkins. Cantor Aaron Wein-
\ assisted.
in marriage by her par-
t bride was attired in a
imported white chantilly
ivory satin, with illusion
Peter Pan collar, but-
, front and long sleeves
lover hand veil. Her Juliet
Ka illusion and fingertip
Khe carried white orchids
a white Bible.
of honor was sister of
Mrs. Max Kuker. of Nep-
r Jersey, wearing blue
iridescent taffeta, long
[sleeves and matching ac-
, Miss Karen Kuker, her
Is ring bearer and chose
[and white full skirted cot
. with white sheer over-
Id bag and gloves to match,
er-inlaw of the groom. Al-
Blienfeld. Miami, was best
he groom was given away by
lest brother and wife, Mr.
Irs Dan Rifkin.
.Mother of the bride was at
tired in gray lace over satin, with
matching accessories and corsage.
Sister-in-law of the groom wore
navy sheer with satin inserts,
matching accessories and orchid
corsage.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the Lincoln Manor.
The bride is employed by the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction as a first grade teacher j
at Biscayne Elementary School.
She is a graduate of Miami Beach
High School and the University of
Miami. She received the Masters
degree at the University of Color-
ado. She is a former Florida State
and Greater Miami director of
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
and one of the organizers of the
Joint Brotherhood program of
B'nai B'rith Youth and the Greater
Miami Christian Youth Council.
Newlywed Mrs. sfftyn was chos-
en as sweetheart of Air Corps Hos-
pitals, was organizer of Young Ju-
daea and YM and YWHA Youth
and Young Adult Groups here. She
is a founder of the Young Peo-
ples league, Board member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center and was an active Zionist
leader in local, regional and na-
tional Junior Hadassah.
Mr. Rifkin is associated with
Display Unlimited on Biscayne
Boulevard. He is a graduate of
James Madison High School,
Brooklyn, New York, and the Uni-
versity of Florida. A member of
Delta Sigma, he served five and
half years in the Navy. He is
Litwin, Rosenblatt Honeymoon in Cuba
Mn. Herbert J. Karatr
Kargers Reside
In New York
The former Helene Audrey Mil-
bouer and Herbert Joel Karger
^were married in Rego Park Jewish
Center, Long Island. New York, on
December 13th. The bride is the
daughter of Mrs. Lillian Milbouer,
1524 Jefferson Avenue, Miami
Beach, and Hotel Hamilton, New
York.
Mr. Karger's parents are Mr. and
Mrs .Saul Karger, White Plains.
Miss Blanche Litwin and Charles
Rosenblatt went to Cuba for their
honeymoon, following their wed-
ding in the Sorrento Hotel, on
December 27th. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Litwin, Chicago,
Illinois. Mr. Rosenblatt's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenblatt,
5225 Alton Road, Miami Beach.
Maid of honor was Miss Karyl
Long, Chicago. Other attendants
included Mrs. Lucille Hellman,
Miss Barbara Rose. Miss Ann Ro-
senblatt and Miss Susan Rose.
Bernard Resnick was Mr. Rosen-
blatt's best man at the ceremony.
The couple will reside at 7421
Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach.
Edward Kemp, cousin of the
bride, gave her in marriage. Miss
Lorraine Fox was maid of honor.
Acting as flower girl was Elizabeth
Sue Gould, cousin of the bride.
The bridegroom's father served
as best man. Ushers included Man
ey Finer, Robert .Weiss, Marvin
Wadler and Robert Briskin.
Newlywed Mrs. Karger attended
Miami Beach High School and the
University of Miami. She was a
member of Hadassah, B'nai B'rith
and Young Adult Group of Miami
Beach.
The bridegroom attended Prince-
ton and graduated from New York
University. He served with the
Army in the Phillipines and Japan.
He is now a manufacturer's repre-
sentative.
Mn. Cfeerles senblarf
New Choral Group
Organized on Beach
A new choral group was organ-
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Kanner to be
Honored at Affair
In Gordon Home
The Greater Miami Je\vi>h com
nvjnr* will honor" Aatflri M Kan-
ner, campaign chairman Of the.
1954 Combined Jewish Appeal, and
Mrs. Kanner at a reception Ifon-
evening. January 11th. in the
1: me of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gor-
don, 2201 South Miami Avenue.
Presidents of some 300 organiz-
ations and Rabbis of all temples
and synagogues in Dade County
will attend the traditional event
and pledge their cooperation and
the support of their membership
in the coning campaign.
Mr. and Mrs Harr; Gordon,
lung-time residents of thi> city, and
. due ista App< al : rtr, ut
philanthropic projec! v i!l acl
as host and hostess for the occa-
sion.
Carl Weinkle, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Will participate in the program,
bringing greetings on behali ol the
j thousands ol Jewish organ-
izations and individuals compris-
ing the community planning agen
Cy. Federation's Board ol Cover
nrs. which includes more than 250
persons representing the Jewish
i mmunity of Dade County, are
a!tO expected to attend.
Reservations received lor the re-
ception indicate a record attend-
ance, according to Mr and Mr-
Gordon.
Appointments Made at
Jewish Community Center
Highlighting the Board ol D]
rectors meeting ol the Greater Mi-
' ami Jewish Community tenter was
,he election of 16 members to U*
Executive Committee at a special
Board meeting held Wednesday ui
the Flagler-Granads Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Those elected to the Executive
Committee include Abraham I ofl
en Mrs A Comanor, Mrs Josepn
Duntov. Leo Epstein, Mrs Max Get-
Unger, Seymour Gelber. Hyrnan
Kam, Irvin KaU Irving Lax, Ed-
ward Peyser, Hyland Rifas Sam
' Seitlin, Fred Shochel Milton Sir-
kin, Bernard Weksler and Mrs,
William Zuckerman.
Other members of the Executive
'committee include the officers and
standing committee chairmen Of
fleers are president, Stanlej
nvers vice presidents. Leo Shein
,,' Isidore Simkowitt, Mrs Milton
airkin and A Budd Cutler treasur
er, Mrs Carl V/einkle; and secre
tan. Sidney Stiller.
Myers appointed the following as
'chairmen of the standing commit-
tees: Personnel ( ommittee, Leon-
ard Schiff; Membership Commit
tee, l;.. hard Kink. Publicity Com-
mittee. Milton Balsam: Budget and
Finance Committee, William
Kneapler: Adn strative I ommit-
tee, Joseph Masters; and Nominal
ing i ommittee, Leon Kaplan
The first meeting ol the newl)
elected Executive Committee will
be held \\e evening, Janu-
ary 13th.
Cantor Bornstein Talks
Canto, .I.K-h Born.-lein. ol 1.^
Israel, will address the "<
weekl) on Wednesday, al IMP**
Kadimah Chapter to Meet
Th, Kadimal, Chapter ol PJo*
Women will lu^iU first luncheon
and card part] of the yroW
nerfay. *" **J
a, the Israelite 'enter In cl
^arrangements are the Meaxtanw
m Fishman, B Botl H Green
i Bayei Pi.......' u-'v **
unated for Cmld RtsaK rk in
Melody Hope's 'Iml
Birthday Celebrated
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brooks, of
520 SW 62nd Court. Miami, enter-
tained at a surprise luncheon hon-
oring the second birthday of their
granddaughter, Melody Hope
Weiss.
The luncheon was held on Sat
urday at the Great Cable- Restau-
rant. Melody Hope was born on
New Year's eve, 1952.
Among out-of-town guests pres-
ent were Jerry Brook-. Chicago
Illinois, and Mr-. Hyman Kuznel
Wolfson, Astoria, Long Island, New
Y rk.
Local children present included
Renee and Adrian Richman. I ion
r.u and Patsy Bicing, Stuart and
llene I.itman. Debby and Dann>
Friedman. Carole Jane Hancock.
Butch and Fran Tracy. Buddy and
David Felson and Bobby Wolfson
l elebrants also included Mrs
I ward : an, Miss Esther Lit-
Mr and Mrs Philip Felson,
Mrs, Gerald Wolfson Mrs. Mane
Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
i rt Friedman, Mrs. Ii Tracy,
Mrs, Norman Richman, Dean
Woodard and Mrs. Gussie Beverly.
Melody Hope's mother, Mrs
Djuretta Weiss, acted as hostess
Professor Gets Prize
Dr. Philip Morrison, Professor ol
Physics at Cornell University, and
I II ol Mr. and Mrs Moe Morrison,
ot 7845 Abbott Avenue. Miami
Eeach. has won the first annual
Boris Progel Prize of S500 from
the New York Academy of Sci-
ences.
The doctor- entry was a paper
on Radiogenic Origin Of The Hel
ium Isotopes In Hock.
Poet to be Honored
On Sunday Evening
The prominent Jewish poet 1-
rael Schwartz, who tor the last
two year- has made his home in
this community, will be honored
by Hebrew and Yiddish organiza-
tion of Greater Miami on Sunday,
January 10th. 8 p.m., at the Hibis
LOdge, Alton Road and 10th Street
Schwartz, who write- poetry both
in Yiddi-h and Hebrew became
famous through Kentucky, a cycle
oi poems which was haled by liti r-
ary critic- as the birth of Yiddish
epos in American Jewish port p.
Al present, he is translating this
into Hebrew, some excerpts
"i .'huh are already published ii
Israel
lie i- well known [or In- transla-
tions from Hebrew, e-pecial:
tho.....i the Golden Epoch ol -
and -election Inmi Bialik.
Schwartz' last hook. Young
Years, an autobiographical poem,
describes the life in a Lithu i
villagi before the nun ol th
tury
Schwartz was recentIj awarded
the Louis Lamed prize for Ihe best
volume oi poetrj for Ihe year 1953
The Sundaj evening celebi
Will be in honor of tin- award
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, writer
and critic, will discuss Schwartz
work- and also present the poel
who will give readings ol his
poetry, A musical program will be
presented by violinist Max Etabino
vici, formerly ol the Bruxelles Con-
servatory and now a pupil ol Iir
Joel Belov.
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Dcvid Alan Kross, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Kross, 633
85th Street, will become Bar
Mitzvah at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center on Saturday.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
olliciate. David is an eighth
grade student at Nautilus
Junior High School, where he
is the editor of the school
newspaper. Nautilus News,
He also attends the Religious
School of the Miami Beach
Jewish Ce
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David Waldman Popick. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick.
4444 Adams Avenue, Miami
Beach, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday al the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. An eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School David also attends
the Religious School of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Dr. Hurwiii to Speak
Before Coral Gables Zionists
Meeting of the Coral (Jables
Zionist Di-tnct will he held on
Thursday, January uth. 8 30 pm.,
at the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
liiejili^ht ol the evening*! pro-
gram will be Ihe'preserrUUea of a
discussion on the influence of Mo-
hammedism on Judaism by Dr
Joseph J Hurwit7. lecturer and
author, who i- currently teaching
, at Miami i niversit)
l>r Hurwiti has recently com-
pleted a hook entitled, Jewish In-
fineness On rhaj Narratives of Thu.
Koran II. ., I'hll defTM
from Boston I'nivenH) and ation from Hebrew
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Mitzvah on Saturday,
ary 9th, 10:45 a.m., at 7*
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Kronish will officiate,
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ladassah Chapters Schedule Meetings;
fo Hear Guest Speakers, Book Reviews
ftth the ever pressing need for
lical attention in Israel, Mount
opus will dedicate its January
sgram here to Hadassah Medi-
Organization.
|Mrs. Abraham Levitan will re-
8wi The Prophet Of San Nican-
, by Phinn E. Lapside. The
Ming, which will be held at
In David Synagogue, starts at
p.m.
|The Study Group continues its
>gram one hour before the gen-
ii meeting.
[Henrietta Szold Group of Ha-
ssan will hold its first general
cting of 1984 on January 11th,
noon, in the Algiers Hotel,
lighlighting the meeting will be
collection of Eye Banks, con-
|ning five dollars in dimes which
11 be used for the care and treat
*nt of blindness in the children
Israel who have been brought
sre from all parts of the world.
iThe program is being arranged
Anna Melnick, president, and
Igda Mescheloif, vice president.
Irs. Dorothy Fink, guest speak
is chapter coordinator of Amer-
n Affairs.

lerzl Group of Hadassah will
et at the Cadillac Hotel on Mon-
at 12:45 p.m. Mrs. Oscar Sin-
will preside.
Chairman of the month, Mrs. Ir-
Makowsky. will speak on the
Year of Trees, a festival
i ushers in the Springtide in
lei.
fuest speaker will be Ruth
vart Allen, secretary of the
rida Hibiscus Association. She
llso in charge of Tropical Gar-
Magazine,
here will be an Oneg Shabbat on
(relay, January 9th, 1 p.m., at
[home of Mrs. Louis Goldman,
North Jefferson Avenue.
thy Krieger Fink will bo
speaker, and Eileen Goldman
tie piano soloist.

Iramatic presentation by Rosa
be the program for the
S. Wise Group of Hadas-
sah on Monday, January 11th, 12:30
p.m. at the Monte Carlo Hotel.

Hanna Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah will bold its next meeting
at the Lord Tarleton Hotel on Jan-
uary llth, 1:13 p.m.
Presentation of the moving pic-
ture project, which through the
generosity of the Miami Beach
Hotels and the winter tourists,
help raise funds for medical aid
to Israel, will be enacted by Mrs.
Julius Seligman, chairman, as-
sisted by Mrs. Jennie Appleruth
and Mrs. Ruth Goodman.
Shown at the meeting will be
the latest Hadassah picture, A New
Morning. Mrs. Dorothy Fink will
be guest speaker. The Volunteer
Committee is headed by Mrs. Israel
Teitch, Mrs. Charles Jamison and
Mrs. Albert Grayson.

Naomi Group of Hadassah spon-
sored a benefit games party
on Thursday evening at the Home
Milk Auditorium.
Mrs. Arthur Hershbein was in
charge and assisted by Mrs. Bur-
ton Yagoda and Mrs. Morris Gold-
farb.
The group will hold its regular
monthly meeting at Ruby's, 3727
SW 8th Street, on Monday eve-
ning, January llth, 8:30 p.m. Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein, Mrs. Samuel Sak-
rais and Mrs. William Lee will be
honored guests.

The regular monthly meeting of
the Israeli Group ni Hadassah will
be held Monday, January llth, 1
p.m., at the Cromwell Hotel. Mrs.
Jack Davis, vice president and
Youth Aliyah coordinator of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah, will talk on the latest movie
on Israel, To Save One Life, which
will be shown at that time.
Mrs. William Blechman will re-
port on the progress of the din-
ner dance to be held at the Beach-
comer on January 31st. Mrs. Fran-
ces Rubin requested that all filled
eye-banks be brought to the meet-
ing. Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan is presi-
dent of the group.
Molinas Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Max
Beer Molinas, formerly of 9010
SW 157th Street, will take place
Sunday, January 10th, 2:30 p.m.,
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Mo-
linas is survived by his wife Yo-
landa; five sons, Albert, Mickey,
Harry and Martin, of Cleveland,
and Edward, of Akron; one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Gertrude Resnick, and
one sister, Vilma Tessler. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company.
Diemar Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jean
Diemar, formerly of 6700 S.W.
21st Street, will take place Sun-
day, January 10th, 2:30 p.m. with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mrs.
Diemar is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Beatrice Boal of Miami; a son,
Sam Diemar of Savannah, Ga.; five
sisters, including Mrs. Rose Sam-
uelson of Coral Gables, Fla.; two
brothers, David and Robert Bleich-
er of Omaha, Ncbr., and four
grandchildren. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company.
Rubin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Dr.
Henry Rubin, formerly of 358 Mer-
idian Avenue, will take place Sun-
day. January 10th, 2:30 p.m.. at
Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offi-
ciating. Dr. Rubin is survived by
his wife, Elsie; his father, Isidore;
four daughters, Mrs. Judith Shas-
tin, Mrs. Elaine Winer, Naomi and
Gail; one brother, four sisters and
two grandchildren. Arrangements
are in charge of Thurmond Monu-
ment Company.
Shapiro Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
Shapiro, formerly of 1408 N.E. Bay
Shore Place, who was a resident
of Miami for the past ten years,
will take place Sunday, January
10th, 1 p.m. on the Woodlawn
Park Cemetery with Rabbi Shmar-1 Laura. Arrangements are in charge
Zimmerman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Lily Zim-
merman, formerly of 1980 Biarritz
Drive, will take place Sunday, Jan-
uary 10th, 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop
officiating. Mrs. Zimmerman is
survived by her husband Leo; three
sons, Stanley, Dr. Daniel and Mur-
ray, also four grandchildren. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Harr Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jess
Harr, formerly of 2413 S.W. 16th
Court, will take place Sunday, Jan-
uary 10th. 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery with Rabbi Morris Skop
officiating. Mr. Harr is survived by
his wife Betty and a daughter
who
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Health Commissioner Slates
Views on Smoking and Cancer
Sher Named National
i'SY at Atlantic City
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story on
Times, as well as -r..K-..
new program which will ask the
1954 Legislature to provide finan-
cial backing for a research pro-
gram to determine whether there
is a relationship between cigarette
smoking and cancer of the lung.
Acting director of the New York
State owned Roswell Park Memori-
al Institute, one of the world's lar-
gest research hospitals, until he
helped choose its permanent di-
rector in December. 1952. Dr. Lev-
in now includes among his varied
activities administrative supervis-
ion of the hospital situated in Buf-
falo. "As Assistant Commission-
er," Dr. Levin explained. I super-
vise the activities of Roswell Park,
the New York State Rehabilitation
Hospital, the Bureau- of Cancer
Control. Maternal and Child
Health. Medical Rehabilitation. Nu-
trition. Communicable Diseases,
Venereal Disease. Heart Disease u thu.(. encountered in certain in
and other miscellaneous program-, dustries chrome, asbestos and
including cerebral palsy, narcotic- 0lher mela||lc dusts ar, ,
addiction and chronic dis dangerous What make- the cigar
He smiled blithely "On the ette menace so important i- that
side. Dr. Levin added. I also do the largest part ol the nation-
cancer research I will be among population smokes.
the men chiefly concerned with One ol the interesting pha
the attack on lung cancer, both this field of research for Dr Levin
from the standpoint ol research, is why a majority of hea
early diagnosis and improved do not develop lung cancer 1-u-
treatment." He said that New York pect that there i- iome -u-cepti-
Dr. Morton t. levin
. ot Paris convention
versity. Dr Th.mi.i- Parran, then
mmissioner I Hi i lh in Nev.
York State suggi st" d thai he coma
there to apply public health tech
niques to the cancer problem
This inten sted me verj much !
cause my mother had died of can
c, r two years before, he -aid.
In 193b1. Dr Levin look up Dr
Parran's invitation and arrived at,
Roswell Park Subsequently, he,
conducted survey- for a cancer
problem which resulted in the or
ganization of the Bureau of Cancer;
Control In 1943 Dr Levin became
director of that Bureau Three
yean later h< assumed the office
which he now holds.
While continuing hi- myriad ac
tivities in research and public
health. Dr Levin was named dim
lor oi the National Commission on
Chronic nine--, a post which he
held long enough to plan the long
range program of the hod\ which
i- now in operation throughout the
I'nited States
"I a- subsequent!} invited b\
the National Research Council to
participate in an international con
ference on lung cancer in Lou vain,
ium, where I presented my re-
search findings on the subject."
Tin- was the lir-t authoritative
bod) to agree definite!) thai (
ette smoking u leci led factor
m the incidence of lung cancer
"l also presented these research
findings al the International Can-
cer I ongress in Paris in 1950." Dr
i vin explained.
Miami Beach chapter ol B'nai Dr Levin has a feeling that the
Bnth Women will hold its weekly nation b now entering into a new
on Sunday evening. January"lOtn! dm vJSFZ, Ifi "V*"' K"' ""' "' Cancer researcn wh"'h '"
6 p.m. The dinner will honor Ear? 13th ,! fift-". J"" ....." '"' ,ak,"n "u' "' lhe "*"
e ter- '3h',hri,! p'" MrsC,are ",r> "No amount of stud) in an,
mai-. he said, "win elucidate the
problem a a pertains to the hu
man being."
Praising the work of the Dade
County Cancer Institute as the type
of research which should be foster
ed and which gives future promise
of reducing the toll cancer now
Treasurer of
Convention
Kenneth R. Sher
Mrs. Bert Sher. 21 n".
Street. Miami. as elects *4
>n of Hr
Kenneth K. iktr
Giller to Write
Book on Motels
Architect Norman M Ciller, of
Miami Beach, will write a book on
motels Giller designed the first
oceanfront motel built la the Sun-
ny Islei area
Commission to write the book
came from Architectural Record.
monthl) tr.ide publication of the
y \v Dodgi 0 rporaUon
Giller i- alread) working on the
book, and he said lure it will serve
a- a guide to prospective motel
builder-, operators and architects
who are planning motel-
"The re-t of the country," he
-aid. "has awakened to the fact
that South Honda has taken the
lead in motel design In the Sun-
Palmer Testimonial
Sunday Evening
A testimonial dinner to Sidney
H, Palmer will be held at the Ster-
ling Hotel. 6767 Collins Avenue.
B'nai B'rith Women
Slate Parties, Skit
Palmer on the occasion of the ter- js jn char, '
mination of his fifth term as presi-
dent of Congregation Beth El. v,.r,h chr ... ,'
Ben Essen. Miami attorney, will BriSTwomT JuTm '" BMi
be toastmaster. In charge of ar fv men, h h" ,U Week'
rangements are Rabbi Shmaryahu Lte Cario SSL? &* ,*
T. Swirsky. Beth El spiritual lead- "wiry Sh fi-S ***0
er. Max Silver and Al Zeeman. I ,* dt J2 30 P ni
lected nit,
al treasurer of United v "?*
Youth at its annual CfJ*
held in Atlantic City \ev rjl
December 28th through 30th,l
Some 800 delegate, thrjUl,
the country attend, ,| lnc r
convention. Sixteen year ,'t
went as a representative >( *
David USY. Which he fcLfJ
president. Also attending wak^
from the Greater Miami ar-j,
Stanley Rose. Koahi h Shanb.,
Buddy Sirkin.
Shcrs election as national tJ
urcr makes him the ,e,rj JS
l>er in the Southea-t to be nut
to national office in the orgZJ
tion. A graduate of CrcaterK
ami's Hebrew High School %\ ZM
Bureau of Jewish Edueatsu k
attended Beth David Svr.^o-J
where he won the Matilda bu]
Scholarship to Camp Yavaet V,|
Hampshire, three yun ago
He is currently a juni.r g
ami High School, where Sher ]
a member of the Student CatJ
Cabinet. He is also helpir.^ to *|
ganize the USY Council .[ d^J
and Broward Counties.
Sher is the grand-on of Mr ml
Mrs. Morris Horowitz. 205 si|
11th Terrace. Miami and Mr. M
en Sher. Engelwood N,. j^f
Theme of the I SY i >-nMtm|
in Atlantic City was: And v,
Shall Choose The Life Pn^l
Worship And Good D.
Vagabonds Add New
Material to Club Act
Vagabonds Club show has \
tied into midseason stride uithtkl
same supporting act- as la>l (|
but all new material The quanal
is aided by Steve Condos and Jnl
Brandow. Maria Neglii and >l
lenna Martha Ann Bentley
Ijrgest cast yet in the Com
Boom is headed by the Del Sum!
trio with vocalists Ru- AraaTlJ
Mathews and Lynn Ta)L. ski
Hawaiian Surfndcr- wka am
out new inland decor u.a -Jw
>ong and instrumir.t-
ic activities in behalf of numerou;
organizations.
Rabbi Shapiro is Speaker JjTJITE *******
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis- n 't", "'*
tnct will hold a luncheon on Wed ,,, Ab,ri,nam A. Neuman. pre-
nesday. January 13th. 12:15 p.m.
at the Shelborne Hotel. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro
spiritual leader of Beth David
Synagogue, according to Philip V
Salmon, luncheon chairman.
Roth inTalk~
Burnett Roth, attorney and Mi-
ami Beach city councilman, sum-
marized the results of a session
on the McCarran Immigration Act
at the regular monthly meeting of
the Dade Business and Profession-
al Women's Club when it met at
the McAllister Hotel Wednesday
Mrs. Juanita P. Lynskey presided.
The Education and Vocations Com-
mittee is headed by Mrs. Mollie
Glazer.
Camp Akiha Will
Open 29th Season
'amp Akiba this week announc-
?PlMortiie opening of its 28th
' ""' lhe direction of Morns
Masada Hears Kalm
Eli Kalm was guest speaker at a
meeting of Miami Beach Masada in
Temple Beth Sholom Thursday eve-
ning. Kalm discussed: Seeing Is-
rael Through Prisons.
d^ent of Dr(1psie College, and Mr-
atLrRllrrpgr,sofjwi-oht'n
at La Rues Restaurant.
Dropsie College at Philadelphia ?' !:"U,S Sh-" and Jj^
" ,he ,,nl>' allege in the countrv1.,, amp Ak>a again fea
devoted exclusively wS. |1UIT^ M'Pate and ,aclJS 'amn
ate study with special .CS?To oSf a"" *U ln ^c"
Hebrew^ and Semitic language ?T and W,K,,lla" Midd^01,3,*0 COndurt^ thp 5S Malfd ,hi" ,h" -p t
Norman Cilltr
ny bli area alone, owner- have
Invested more than S20.0tl0.000 in
that industr)
The architect indicted Saturday i
'hat his office i- working on sev-
eral more motels scheduled for,
completion in time for the summer!
toun-t season next year Giller'
11) fini-he.i i motel in At-
lantic I itj \, H j,.r.v
Ciller I- | graduate of the fni
*wi> of Florida Collect of Ar-
chitec.uie He r,.,,.nt|v nam.
ed consultant bj Harold Sleeper
New York architect and author of
books on architecture.
VM*r to Mark
4 entennial H>ffc
The Greater Miami Jewish C
munity Center will celebrate Ce|
t ritual Week in obstlUM M
100 years of the existence oi >?
ish community centers i- Asj
ica during the week of JaaaH
10th through 16th
Nursery schools oi the CeoWl
have designated Friday of thai
week to celebrate the Cer.:essij
On Friday. January 15th. froalj
a.m. to 12 noon, the public is |
vited to visit the narearj sdw(*j
according to Mrs. Ethel (".roaj
supervior. There will be n j
hi bit ion of crayon drawing-. M*!
painting, poster painting. mur*|
clay modeling, and other art> *Jj
crafts projects representing *J
concepts and skills learned
nursery schools. The children
demonstrate in songs and dJBi<'
the significance of the holid[
Chamishah Osar BShvat.
Hebrew, as well as Awne*]
songs, will be sung.
e taught, in addition to ,
hnguages as Persian, Turkish Art
b.c and Egyptian. Ara-
Funds to establish the college
were given by Moses A. Adler
Wealthy Dutch Jewry leader n,
the courses started in 1907.
Talk on Zionism Due
The weekly luncheon meeting of
12th lt?Sd 0" Tuesday' January
to,;. S" Pm' at ,he National
2 Se>""ou'- B. Liebman will be
West speaker. Subject is: Ameri-
can Jewry And World Zionism
"and resi.len "hvs^' *****.
High School, Ph,adH^"r Juni"r
ney Sherr i a d Ph,'? Ml"r'
ot Pennsyl an a m", ^^
^ instructor of art ',''c ""man

dv^0a9ch.direCt0r ^ ** Vocattotial Srica DeparW^
S^'ct Bureau md*P#ndn attlkrt. of the Jawtfh Soe*


JANUARY 8, 1954
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.IGIOUS DIRECTORY
II HEBREW SCHOOL AND
i AT ION will hold Friday
Services at 5:30 p.m. Late
f arc al 8; 15 p.m., when
pinion April will officiate
bum: a Recipe For Suc-
attirday morning tsrvta
1:30 am., when Alan, son
iid Mrs. Bennie Stone, will
Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Ber-
liner will render the mu-
(>r1 tons of the liturgy. A
Mishna is scheduled for
., followed by Mincha and
eudos.

(LERGRANADA JEWISH
PN1TY Center will hold Fri
line services at 8:15 p.m.,
1. Leo Hi mi officiating and
ag: A Community That
toward Human Betterment.
[Mrs. Charles Adelman will
at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
|n honor of Mr. Adelman's
Saturday morning serv-
at 9 a.m., when David, son
|nd Mrs. Milton Tow, will
Bar Mitzvah.

GABLES JEWISH CEN-
hold Friday evening serv-
J l"' pin. with Rabbi Mor-
officiating and discuss-
jm Egypt To America.
|Winokur will participate.
morning services will be
a.m., when Stanley, son
kd Mrs Nat Winokur. 5529
Coral Gables, becomes
irah. He will interpret the
leremiah during the Torah
The Winokurs will be
the Kiddush following.
ving Robinson will ren-
usical portions of the li-
H ISRAEL NORTH
TER will hold Friday
frvut's at 8:.'!0 p m with
. Louis ("assel officiating and
1654 To 1954. Cantor
lln'/ will render the mil
ons of the liturgy Sat
Hrning services are at 9
r Phillip M Bardack, son
Mrs. Sidney S. Bardack,
Bar Mitzvah The Bar-
be hosts at the Friday
meg Shabbat and the
following the Bar Mitzvah
V Saturday morning.

JACOB CONGREGATION
Friday evening services
ml 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
escheloff officiating and
g: Little Books. Cantor
eingarten will render the
portions of the liturgy.
aturday morning services,
ibi will preach on the ser-
Within The Community.
services are at 9 a.m.. un-
riirection of Benjamin
y. Kiddush will follow
he auspices of the Sister
ith Mrs. A. Bergman and
ron \\ eingarten serving as
s. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m..
by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
loff will discuss the Weekly
Daily services are at 7
a.m. and at 5:15 and 5:45
M>LE ISRAEL of Miami will
riday evening services at
r iv, with Rabbi Joseph Narot
ting and discussing: Dr.
f's Challenge To Religion,
y morning services are at
Cantor Jacob Bornstein
fider the musical portions of
irgy.

MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
hold early Friday evening
es at 5:30 p.m. Late serv-
at 8:39 p.m., when Rabbi
Waxman will officiate and
fs: Song Of Hope. The On-
abbat following will be pro-
t>y Mr. and Mrs. A. Mulnick
|>nor of their daughter Sue
's birthday. Saturday morn-
ervices are at 9 a.m. Junior
res will be at 11 a.m. Mincha
S:30 p.m., followed by Maariv.

AOftA JEWISH CENTER will
Friday evening services at
p.m.. with Rabbi Max M. Land-
[ofiiciating. Harold Lazar, Bar
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sel-
ar. will chant the Kiddush
! by the mixed choir. Topic
Rabbi's sermon will bet V/e
Live By Deeds Not Years. An
Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Lazar in honor of then
son, will follow Karly evei
services will be held at 5:15 p.m..
IllCted by Rev. Rudolf K. Brill.
Service! will begin at 9 a.m. Sat-
urday, when Harold Lazar will be-
'"iii, Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Landman
will officiate and preach on the
Weekly Portion. Junior services
are at 11 a.m.. in the Maloff room.
Mincha is scheduled for 5 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15 and
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky officiating and discussing:
Prayers. Cantor Samuel Salkow
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Sirkus will be hosts at the
Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday
morning services are at 8:15 a.m.,
when Rabbi Malavsky will discuss
the Weekly Portion. Junior serv-
ices are at 11 a.m. Mincha will
be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
Henry Okolica officiating and be-
ginning a series of talks on the
subject of God and man. Subject
of his sermon is scheduled as: And
Thou Shalt Love. The Oneg Shab-
bat following will be sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blank in honor
of their 35th wedding anniversary.

TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday
evening and Saturday morning
services dedicated to Stanford Hal-
lem and his parents on the occa-
sion of his Bar Mitzvah. The Oneg
Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Hallem, and a re-
ception will follow the ceremony
on Saturday morning. Cantor Jos-
eph W. Malek and the Temple
Choir, under the direction of Rev.
Mordechai Haalman, will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate
and.flifcusa^Tke) EteaMl
Of feion. Daily
9 aA
k .0" *
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
Jewish Community Center will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Et-
t i n g e r officiating. Community
Chest Sabbath will be observed
during the service. Subject of Rab-
bi Errin|er*s sermon is scheduled
as: Our Obligations To The Com-
munity. The Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing will be sponsored by Mr. and
Mrs. William Kneapler.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Cantor Maurice Mamches
officiating. The choir will be un-
der the direction of Miriam Don-
nerstag. Miami Mayor Abe Arono-
vitz will be presented with a Scroll
of Honorary Membership during
the service. Subject of the sermon
by Rabbi Shapiro is scheduled as:
What Constitutes Leadership. Lou-
is Heiman, past president, will in-
troduce Mayor Aronovitz as guest
speaker. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low. Floral offerings are by Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Forer and Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Keseiman. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when the Bar Mitzvah of Spencer,
son of Mrs. Betty Shyder, will take
place. Student services are at 10:30
a.m. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
* -., w"
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5J5 p.m. Saturday
i morning services.are at 8:30 a.m.,
i when Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will officiate and discuss: Our Fu-
ture. At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will
preach on the Weekly Portion.
Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., followed
by Shalos Seudos and Maariv.
Daily services arc at 7:30 a.m., fal-
lowed by a class, in Mishna. Min-.
cha is at 5i30 p.nV, followed by a
class in Jewish laws and customs.
A class in Gemorrah is slated for
Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m.

IITH El. CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
C. L. Clements, president of the Chase Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami Beach, gives the Israel Bond Or-
ganization his vote of confidence by purchasing a bond from
Mrs. Louis Glasser, Greater Miami chairman of the organiza-
tion.
I.vmlvrs 1'rge Kond thrive Support
An additional S250.000 must be sold in State of Israel Bonds in
the Greater Miami area prior to March 1st, if Operation Windup is to
be considered a success, Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the organiza-
tion in this area, reported this week.
Operation Windup represents the final phase of the Independence
Issue. To date. Miamians have purchased more than $500,000 in this
issue. Mrs. Glasser added:
"The people of Miami have responded magnificently every time
we have called on them. Their efforts during the last BIG Day helped
push sales past the $500,000 mark, and we know they will not fail us
in this final phase of this issue."
At the same time, Mrs. Glasser announced that C. L. Clements,
president of the Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami
Beach, had given his vote of confidence to the Israel Bond Organization
by personally purchasing some bonds.
A special Policy Committee has been set up to guide the organiza-
tion in this area. Plans are being made for special functions designed
to underline the importance of providing cash for Israel now.
Mrs. Glasser is chairman of the Planning Committee.
:lfl p.m. Saturday morning serv*
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
and discuss: Amidst Raging Wat-
ers. Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz will
conduct a class in Talmud at 4:45
p.m. Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos and a
discussion of the Portion of the
Zohar by the Rabbi. Junior serv-
ices are in Academy Hail at 10
a.m.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evading serv-
ices at 5 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman officialing. Sub-
ject of his sermon is scheduled
as: Ten Years In Retrospect
An Anniversary Message. Cantor
Philip Brummer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy
Robert Michael Rosenberg, swi of
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Rosen-
berg, and Richard Lewis Steinberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stein-
berg, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross will preach on the
topic. The Steps To Redemeption.
Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Sunday
morning services are at 8.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
assisted by the Center Choir. Sat-1 services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi
urday morning services are at 9
a.m., when Rabbi Lehrman will
discuss the Weekly Portion. The
Bar Mitzvoth of David, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Kross, and David,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick,
will take place at that time.
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
bold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and discussing: My
Neighbor And I. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 10:45 a.m.. when j witz.
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Mayer Abramowitz officiating and
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mension. Saturday morning serv-
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services slated for 10:30. Rabbi
Abramowitz will officiate at the
Bar Mitzvah of Dennis- Stanley, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stanley,
and discuss the Weekly Portion.
Cantor Edward Klein will render
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FLORIDA
FRIDAY. JANUARY 8, 1954
SEC. B
izis Back in Bonn Government
By SAM MILLER
JTA
is Part II of a report on Dr. Konrad Adenauer's newly organized Cabinet in West Germany and
gence of Nazism there.)
In the early forties. Dr. Theodor Oberlaender, appointed Minister for Refugee and Expellee
the new Adenauer Oabinet in Germany, came to Prague for purposes which have never been
1ly clarified. One widely-believed version is that as an SS officer he was engaged in activities
to shun the light of day. He himself claims that he fell out of Nazi favor in 1943.
postwar era, Oberlaender became best known through his persistent and unbridled attacks
enwald, the last Jewish DP camp on German soil, and through his demand, in an address broad-
month, that the Sudeten German question must be solved "along the lines of the Munich Agree-
other words, through the annexation of Western Czechoslovakia by Germany, with all the con-
such a move would entail. \
the German-Allied Agreements are ratified, it is likely that the millions of concentration camp
Its now collected at the headquarters of the International Tracing Service of the Allied High
ion will fall into Oberlaender's hands, because questions pertaining to "displaced persons" are
Is jurisdiction as Federal Minister for Refugees.
(Oberlaender is not the only prominent Nazi in the new German Cabinet. His party colleague
Kraft, now Minister for Special Tasks, attained the commissioned ranks of captain (Serial *No.
in the General SS, which the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg branded as a crim-
lization. During the war, he was in charge of the Reich Corporation for Agriculture in the Gov-
}eneral, the Nazi outfit that siphoned foodstuffs into Germany while starving the Poles. After
an collapse, the generally lenient British authorities- adjudged him so dangerous a Nazi that they
him for more than two years. When he was already a Minister of the state of Schleswig Hol-
[1952, he repeatedly conferred in secret wi.h Dr. Werner Naumann, the Goebbels deputy and
Ition kingpin arrested earlier this year for subversive pro-Hitlerite activities,
er Minister for Special Tasks who inspires uneasiness is 38-year-old Franz-Josef Strauss (Chris-
Union). This arch-Bavarian butcher's son, fairly bursting with vitality and ambition, was not
ing use of unmistakably anti-Semitic innuendoes as recently as two years ago. Details can be
page 6246 of the Bundestag protocol recording the Saar debate of July 6, 1951.
ad youngest Cabinet member is the Minister of Housing. 40-year-old Dr. Viktor-Emanuel Preu-
Democratic Party), a rising star on the political firmament. He was not a Nazi big-shot, but he
teer for the General SSwhich, to repeat, was convicted as a criminal organization at Nurem-
rose to a non-missioned rank therein. Together with other indications, his position on the
rations pact makes it appear that his thinking is still colored by the attitude toward Jewish
with which he was indoctrinated in the SS.
Good Democrats in Cabinet Posts
regard to the present it is disheartening, and with an eye to the future decidedly inauspicious,
as the aforementioned have been invited by Chancellor Adenauer into the highest executive
ermany.
[holds true even though the other Ministers of the Government stayed out of the Nazi Party
ramilitary units. A number of upstanding democrats have seat and voice in the Cabinet.
f the best is Christian Democrat Dr. Gerhard Schroeder, 43, the new Minister of the Interior.
rauss and Preusker were junior officers in key positions of elite units of the German armed
9g the war, Schroederwho is of the same age groupremained an infantry corporal. In the
ambitious young university graduate, such an absence of promotion is a fairly good indication
Isplayed few Nazi or militaristic traits. After the war. Dr. Schroedet handled ticklish legal and
Mems for the trustees of the German steel industry. His wife is half-Jewish, incidentally.
who have proven their mettle as dedicated .(democrats are Heinrich Luebke (Christian
:ic Union), the new Minister of Food and Agriculture, and Dr. Herman Schaeffer (Free Democra-
now a Minister without Portfolio. What little is known about the political background of Fritz
r, the elderly Kaiserslautern lawyer who has become Minister of Justice, is not derogatory. Among
vers from the first Cabinet, the democratic integrity of Professor Ludwig Erhard. the Minister
plies, is as little questioned as is that of Jakob Kaiser (Reunion of Germany) or of Anton Storch
of the five Ministers who were dropped from the Cabinet had, during their tenure of office.
. shown their sympathy with issues of Jewish momentProfessor Wilhelm Niklas (Food and
ire), Dr. Hans Lukaschek (Refugees) and Dr. Thomas Dehler, the outgoing Minister of Justice,
ek was himself reputedly of par-Jewish descent, and Dehler's pretty wife is a dues-paying
of the Bamberg Jewish Community. In Bonn's social and political whirl, other marriages with
of Jewish stock can be found, but only over the Dehler household does a practicing Jew-
-ide.
lile Niklas and Lukaschek have bade farewell to the national scene, Dr. Dehler will remain in
liter of the arena as floor leaders of the Free Democratic Party in the Bundestag.
A half dozen new compact industries have been established
in the Holy City during the past few months as two new indus-
trial areas created with the assistance of State of Israel Bonds
continue to stimulate the expansion of Jerusalem. Above,
stoves which were produced in the new industrial areas, are
being packed for export to Turkey.
Bureau to Offer
Hebrew Courses
In UM Program
In cooperation with the Univer-
sity of Miami, the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education will offer at the
Bureau building two fully accred-
ited university courses beginning
with the February term, 1954. ac-
cording to an announcement this
week. The two courses to be of-
fered will be Elementary Hebrew
and Hebrew Civilization.
Instructors will be Louis Sch
wartzman, executive director of the
Bureau, and Herbert Berger,
Bureau extension activities direc-
tor.
The Bureau building will be
used as an annex of the University
of Miami for the purpose of stimu-
lating registration in the two
courses offered both to Miami
Beach and Miami.
Scholarships are being offered
by the Bureau to university stu
dents and public school teachers
teaching in the Sunday schools of
Greater Miami and to students who
wish tp qualify as extension teach-
ers in the Jewish Sunday schools.
Applications for these scholarships
are now being considered, Sch-
wartzmann said.
County Polio Drive
To Aim at $350,000
The March of Dimes has set a
new high goal of $350,000 for Dade
County's 1954 drive which opened
on January 2nd.
Robert Pentland, Jr. campaizn
director, said here that "all of
us must work harder than ever
now that the dream of conquer..-.;
polio is about to come true." Pe.nt-
land led Dade's dimes workers to
a record $303,560.88 in the 1933
campaign.
He pointed out that the National
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis,
which spent $6,000,000 for poiio
prevention in 1953. plans to spend
$26,500,000 for that purpose in
1954.
Pentland reminded Dade Coun-
tians that field trials of the new
vaccine, from which so much is
; expected, will take place eroM
j the country early in February.
I "More than a half-million children
will be innoculated. and the crip-
pling of thousands of children will
be prevented." he said.
He asked Mrs. Sydney L. Wein-
traub, who heads the Mothers
March on Polio, county-wide one-
hour fund raising effort, to top the
S154.348.69 which she and 11.090
mothers raised in 1953.
Der Yiddisher Forum to
Guest speaker at Der Yiddisher
Forum on Saturday evening will be
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, spirit-
ual leader of Beth El Congregation.
The Rabbi will discuss: Esthetics
a"nd Jewish Law. Der Yiddisher
Hear Rabbi Swirsky
Forum meets weekly on Saturday,
8:15 p.m., in Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation and is sponsored by the
local branch of the Yiddish Scien-
tific Institute.
to Meet at
'man Home
Parent-Teacher Association
Miami Beach Jewish Center
ld a general evening meet-
both mothers and fathers
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Irv-
ehrman on Wednesday eve-
| January 13th. 8 p.m., accord-
fto Mrs. Benjamin Greene,
lent.
JShlight of the program will
(book review of A Treasury Of
h Folklore, to be given by
U Lehrman. Vocal selections
[be rendered by Mrs. Harold
with accompaniment by Mr.
rranging the evening are gen-
chairman, Mrs. Lewis Escott;
ram chairman. Mrs. Samuel
catering, Mrs. H a rold
rhfield and Mrs. Sherman
flan; hospitality, Mrs. Henry
ptzkin; and telephone, Mrs. Hen-
lillman and Mrs. Herman R.
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Aronovitz will be
Feted at Affair
Dinner wiih the Mayor, a test
monial in honor ol Mayor v v'
ribvttt ch. OttyMliaMl ""'
be he d i n Sunday, February 7th,
7 p.m., al Hi.' Star Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel, under I
isorship ol Sholem I
B'nai B'rith, n has been announct<
by Edward S Roth, Shi .
president.
The testimonial "ill highlight
Mayor Aronovitz' long years ol
service in the program of the Anti-
Defamation League and B'nai
B'rith and his many contributions
in behalf of the advancement t
democracy and good human rela
tions. Roth said.
Featured speaker for the dinner
will be Hon. Henry F.dwan'
Schuitz. ol New York, nationa
chairman of the Anti Defamation
Lmuue of B'nai B'rith Roth has
announced the appointment of Jo-
seph A. Rayvis as chairman ol the
Testimonial Dinner t'ommittei
.Serving with Rayvis are Alan
Ses.-ler and Frank Jatte. publicitv.
Tnley Cadin, Sanford M. Swerd-
i and Gilbert J. Balkin. program:
ward 6, Both. Bernard Newmark
Sidney M. Aronovitz, at
meiits; at.I Edward Klein. Milton
A Prieaman, William l I
Burnett Roth and Gei rge -:
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Mrs. Jack Rosen, president of th< j Club of Greater
Miami, presents a check to Mrs. Jack Ablin on behalf of the
Chicago Club for the building to be erected at the Jewish
Home of the Aged in memory of the late civic and communal
worker Jack Ablin.
Sunday School Teachers Name Officers
Dinina Hum OfWM tfct fie
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70 IVrwiH Sold
Exposi-
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the event schi
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This will be the fifth am
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Flyman this wet manu-
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Miami industry 1- showing spec-
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the jalousie and apparel line-.
without creating the -moke and
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Sisterhood to Meet
The Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will hold
its monthly luncheon on Wednes
day. January 13th. at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Nat Siegel is chairman of the
luncheon and is being assisted b)
the Mesdames B. Knobelman, F,
Rappaport. I.. Gussman, A Harri-
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+Jewisti I tor Mian
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Telethon Names Leaders for
>ur Fund Drive January 23rd
fcillman, chairman of the
Committee, this week an-
the appointment of com-
Baders who will assist in
ling the details for the
United Cerebral Palsy
: over station WTVJ on
i, January 23rd, starting at
hour telethon will fea-
rs of stage, screen, radio
fcvision in an all-night ef-
igned to raise funds to in-
Bcilitics for providing diag-
eatment, care and aid for
kbral palsied in this area.
png Gillman as treasurer
Smathers, Jr., vice presi-
le Miami Beach First Na-
ank. Serving as chairman
[Entertainment Committee
Fenias. Other chairmen
|r committees are:
Mrs. Albert Bernard and
tries Raab; gifts, Mrs. Eli
public relations. Jack
[>n McAskill, Lee Ruwitch
ke Welch; telephone vol-
Cccil Woods; transporta-
ps Netter; volunteers,
rnett Roth.
jth Phillips, president of
United Cerebral Palsy
stated that "There are
Idren and adults in this
cted by cerebral palsy.
r, more than 10,000 babies
lited States are born with
palsy. And many adults
ivolved from severe head
eceived in accidents or
also from severe illness
Dnged fever.
those suffering from
[palsy," Phillips explain-
helped to become use-
ks if accurate diagnosis,
Ke. treatment and educa
hade available.
has been opened at
1st Street, Miami Beach,
rpose of enlisting vol-
ersonnel who desire to
in the telethon cam
ili Feature Added
ish Classical Hour
Jg Sunday, January 10th,
the first 15 minutes of
lish Classical Hour will be
to a new feature, I.and-
)f Israel. Scheduled are the
Symphony Orchestra, opera
singers and a description
r> city, village and kibutz
Jewish State. The entire
liption is made in Israel.
Ing to Morris Nasatir. pro-
jector. The Yiddish Classi-
tur is heard over station
Pythian Sisters
Install Officers
MARGARET YOMEN
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rrffrtw pnimit
(Jewish Family
Program
lie U,HJ.)
A Iff| SHOW
thru FrL *30 7 pjn.
E 1140 on the Dial
BEN YOMEN
Burnett Roth
tours Gillmmn
Mrs. Manny Rudes was In
stalled as Most Excellent'Chief of
RoOMveH Temple No. 33, Pythian
Sisters, on Saturday evening, at 500
SW 17th Avenue.
Mrs. Lewis Brooks, Past Chief.
was installing officer and con-
ducted the ceremony assisted* by
I: Acting Grand Officers Past Chief
Mn. Abe Ballas and Past Chief
i| Mrs. Jesse Bernie.
Special drills were performed
under the guidance of the newly
elected Captain of Degree Staff
Mrs. Gerald Brass.
Other officers installed with
Mrs. Rudes, who is a charter
niember of the organization, in- (
elude the Mesdames Arthur Jack |
Brown, Sitting Past Chief; Alfred
Wiseman. Excellent Senior; Nat
Sanders, Excellent Junior; Arthur
Robinson, Manager.
The Mesdames Ben Donnerstein,
Protector; M u r r ay Friedberg,
| Guard; Harry Baron, Secretary;
Irving Glazman, Treasurer; Alvin
Stern, Pianist; Irving Gordon,
Trustee; Bernard Michelson. Trus-
tee; Gerald Brass, Captain of De-
gree S^aff; and Abe Krantz, Press
Correspondent.
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to^li/fcr*feC-
rRIDAY.
JANJAHY^
Bebrew ACADEMY SCHEDULES dinne
Dinner Leaders Urge All-Out Support
Of Affair at DiLido on January 17th
Utters Praise Hebrew Academy; israt|
Leaders, Educators Kxprcss Interest
All-out support by the entire Greater Miami Jewish community
for the sixth annual Greater Miami Hebrew Academy dinner WM
called for this week bv the three co-chairmen of the (unction, a i
Binder. Charles Fruchtman and Mrs. Jennie rossinger.
The SlOO-a-couple affair, annually one ofjho social MghUgMi ol
all Florida, is scheduled for Sun-i
day night. January 17th. in the whJeB last year packed in more
Cotillion Room of the new Di Lido fhan g^j p^^ps at the Miami
Hotel, on the ocean at Lincoln ^ Au(1ltonum M that tne
The co-chairmen invited all resi-. Hebrew Academy remains un-
dents and visitor! in the area to i questionably the greatest bulwark
attend this outstanding event of: and guarantee for an intelligent
the season and to make the re-'future generation of leaden in
sponse of the community unani-j Greater Miami and American Jew -
mous. ish life
Fruchtman. who served as chair-; "The Hebrew Academy."
man of the fifth annual dinner ; Fruchtman declared, "has captured
my imagination a.- no communal
Letter! Of prai-e U> the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy have
come from evetj lectton of the
world within the past years, in-
cluding salutations from two of
the State ol larael'i leading dip
lolll.it-.
Moabe Sharett, Prime Minister of
madi | complete inspection
ol the Hebrew Academy in June.
1991 ami reported that "I am
I to liml such a modern
Academj located far from New
York and the other long-estab-
lished Jewish communities of
America Sharett conversed in
Hebrew with students of each
Alexander Gross that -v
achieved really astonhiV
suits. The Academy T
showed remarkable knort
the Bible i,s comCtl^
history of Hebrew law an7'
subjects." *"'
Dr. Leo Jung. Pr^
Ethics at Yeahiva I'n.venST
Rabbi Gross that The
Academy is among the L?
tinguishcd of the 150 iuZ
in this country it combuw
ally to tradition with mm
educational approach aoj
dateness of pedagogic ti
Dr. Robert Gordis, ProleuT
grade of the Academy and report- Bjb|e at jewish The,,!,,.,.!,*
d that. V-.ur linguistic ability marv and Profrw.r ,.r 2!z
ires favorabl) with that of
students in the same grades in
hrael
Ambassador Abba S Khan, who
is current!) vacationing here, paid hension of the Talmud,
.i special tribute t<> Academj stu which I was able to observe a
dents who presented I musical
im at a testimonial dinner
held in In- behalf at the Saxony
Hotel in November, 1951
Academj students gave to-
project of its kind in my lifetime
The result.- in the train
young boy- and girls are remark-
able I am excited about it. and I
am proud that there were en
leader.- with vision and couraj
found the Hebrew Academj in our
midst and to devote tin
towards making it the distin- ttartoi frcktmon
guished institution which it ha- ,,. hl,iinnmt, want all f mv
in) fnerd- to do all the) can night's affair true taate of l>
Binder, who like Fruchtman ,,ke the sixth annual dinner real," th.' Ambassador uid Mr-
ben an a the I- M> i.,r the most successful ever l Eban, who accompanied the Am
rael Bond campaign, called the am certain that our splendid ssador to Miami Beach, asserted,
my "a credit to our city, our l>ri community will not fail it- The Academj students touched
religion and our nation. The He youth my husband's heart more deeply
brew Academy. Binder a-erted. Ma)1,r Harold Shapiro, who .- than any other honor bestowed
must continue to grow to care H.mru ... honorary chairman of upon him ton
for the -oT.. ol children who are ,hl. function, called upon all South
: v -""" Florid., Jews to "gel behind the
Mr- Grossinger well-known ho. untiring efforts of our thr.
tel operator and civic and religiou.- chairmen, who are devoting count
that "The Greater less hour- to this task which will
Miami Hebrew \ has been have as its reward a greater <
nd dear to m) heart since er Miami Hebrew Academj "
inary and Professor of ___
Columbia University, wrote*
Gross. "The knowledge of'
children of the Hebrew _
their love of the Bible and<
hand, was coupled with i
atmosphere which ti-tifiei
skill and devotion of th; n3
staff.'-
Profeasor Abraham H Fraenkel.
world famed methematician of the
Hebrew University, wrote" Habbi
Academy Vital
Arms Get Set
For Season
Committee to
I Greet All Guests
i
To insure an evening th
remembered on January
...,, .... ,. '",n- iin outstanding Reception
With the sixth annual dinner Committee, including Mayor and
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger
Communal Leaders
Join in Final Drive
Academy Pictoria
Journal Depicts
Building- Theme
For the tir-t time in the lu-tor\
drawing closer, co-chairmen B. 1 Mrs Harold Shapiro, has been or of the annua H.
Binder. Charles Fruchtman and ganized for the sixth annual din
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger this week nei "' ''"' "' I-|,i"
redoubled their efforts to make the ,n Edition to the city's leadii
1954 affair the greatest in Hebrew l'""1"' -Mr and Mrs teams which mei ln injunction with
Academy history. w"' receive the -Moral hundred 'e male members of the
forking with the co-chairmen .,n ru,'M> l.ndu,i' H Binder. Ham em) will
the
the Picl
effort ol the Hebrew Acadenu
Working with the co-chairmen on R"?f i"cU!(!e '; Btader, Harry em) will not be issued at ti
...e dinner ticket committee are ene' T- Alexander S Gross, ner
Samuel Riter. Lew,- M Escott, Ben '"'I",!'""'' '''T" M K"'""> >' In order to provide ru.nrt,
jam.n Appel. Samuel M. (irund- '"n ''abl.on' *** Genet. Jack Sa- Wln.r "' '
werg. Kolman Luria. Hvman Jab [in-Abraham Mason. Burnett Roth, residents, visitors and the
/harles Bender, Frank Brick..">'""'" Berman. permanent population here an op-
Saul Genet. Martin Genet. Mr-and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman portuni,y t0 advertise in the year
Satin. Samuel Reinhard, l-i Benjamin Sherry, Mrs Jennie book, publication h- I
Spotter. Abraham Maaon, Ben- Grosner. and Mr and Mr- teams changed until i.i
Ion. Charles Bender. Frank Brick- ,l>nu"' Berman.
man. Saul Genet. Martin
Jack
dore Spolt
jamin Sherry, ol Sidney Rubinowiti, Hen Win
Daniel Broad. Dr. Irwin Makav- \f n,)er-, Sanuel Hitter, Samuel
sky. George Kimmel, Harry Genet.
until a later date in the
Daniel Broad.
Burnett Roth. Morn- S Dubler.
Raymond Rubin. Harry Koretzky,
Hyman Berman. Charles ( liarcow ry Koretak) Morn-
sky, Morris Cohen, Aaron Lauer,
M. Grundwerg, Charles' Bender M" ''V|n Firtel and Mr lei
Martin Genet, Samuel Reinhard r> Sussman, who are -rvin
Irwin Makovsk) "*",r" ol the .lour,.
Gross, Leo Gelvan, William Farr
Alex Miller. Sol Goldman, Harold
Turk. Rabbi Jacob Andron. Joseph
Cohen. Rabbi David Shapiro. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Jacob Rahman
Mayor Harold Shapiro. Isidore
Goldberg. Harry Levitt. Dr. David
Andron. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky,
Louis Kaplan and Joseph M Rose!
Arrangements Group
Maps Final Plans
A small, hard-working Arrange-
ments Committee is rapidlv near-
ing completion of plans to make
he dinner at the Di Lido one of;
the finest ever held in the South
Members include Nathan Cm-
burg Herman Eisenberg, Harry
Genet. Lewis M. Escott, Charles
Bender. ( harles Fruchtman. H i
Binder and Mrs. Jennie Gros.
singer.
The eight have worked together
in setting up procedures guaran-
teedto provide a pleasant evening
-ton ',
of Miam
Hebrew Si' '*
me
Academy Week On
I ihe final period
the sixth annual
r Harold Shapiro
' Vl-"!" Beach B i Mayor
'" ol Miami have
. fit h
' th a- H. X^.,1-
A Rag, y hool.,,,
'Ml worker,
.. ';";' m* to
how a I th. |
Throe of the mo-t vital ami
the Hebrew Academy are m i
iliary-organirations TheHrt
Academy Women, the Rung1
ers and the Father- club.
ing to an announcement hm
Heading these groups this:
| are Mrs. Sidney Rubinnwitt.
Alexander Kogan and Sidney i
binowiti all long active in
sehcKil's affairs
The women's organintwc
been spending much of the
and early Winter on ita majorl
raising project l the >ear.!
Pic tonal Journal The Room!
er- serving as a form of PTA-
have again highlighted th.:.
Itiea with move- dk ugnedtel
(oniinunity relation- for thr
and better parent fitaHjO
relaiioai
The Fathers' Club rer
it- elcxtion. naming Kubinortil
I hi- top executive po-itioo Vi
presidents named were A lei I
ler. George Kimmel and Jx
ment David Seid. recordMf I
tary; Aaron S Lauer. col
ing .secretary; Isidore Spoiler.
nancial secretary: and
Hrickman round out the new i
of officers. Sixteen memker-|
the group are on the Hoard of i|
ernors.
Vice presidents of the HeWl
Academy Women are the *|
dames David Andron. Samuel*
hen. Irving Firtel. Harry (>*l
Alexander Kogan. Samuel !
and Jerry Sussman Mrs l^t
Rackovky serves a* tnu.^1
with Mrs Isidore Spoiler tV*l
responding secretar> Mr- !,j
Seld is the social secretary *l
Benjamin Kornreich. ren-nWj
secretary; Mrs. Samuel M Grj"
werg. general secretary: na
Maurice Mamches. chaplain
TJ I ^J^j_j{oaL____ Maurice Mamches. chaplain^
Heb:ew ***mv~ Your School
^Vtefit'L'y-
, Wl"" Ihe Ae d "; '" ,h- "tin roap or even of the entire Academ> n^
:N"r"n"- Today ,h/ve"; -u,'l"'-t th?tommuT.UMti "' c-" Mini. J
'"- "' 'he Aeade o ;"" -th its pledge. .Is fit** ]
i,.:;;-.."
ieii
s pledge,
- hut .ma^ng ^UIkSoS for th,- faith |
,U*"'PMI lew i"*!?' Dr*Prat.on for SU W"h env"b" back*round.s, rich ^chotan*,
s,u T. "'"ininitv
Th' Academj
remained on our waiting list "
'"> h-e l^nefited from a school support"
chi
Whe
,h TU'n '" SSL'S*1' S ......-la,ons_,.bor.U,ne, br.r.e,^l
her tV m"M '"T-whL ,Vd" r'lu- hu ch "h w,d ""-'"nparable program ^
w^l^j & t&iws' sussw^An not ,he ^ -^
HelpTh" *''h'" !Bd
raised to u* lor
_ not listen?
generous support and
UPP<*!
devoir* I
tW
It is the greatest hope of the practical


JANUARY 8. 1954
B'rith Youth
ed at Meet
[B'rith Youth Night will be
of a meeting of Miami
igojpnai ^'rifh fn<|\'j^
^evening.'January 13th. 8
Hibiscus Masooic Auditor-
cording to an announce-
bre by Gilbert Ralkin. presi-
Mt Beckerman. chairman of
mi B'rith Youth Organiza-
nmittee, will be in charge
program, with Jerry Carver.
of Youth Groups for the
Florida, assisting.
light of the evening will be
Mentation of a play. Mary
Jeets Mr. People, by Belle
1 of B'nai B'rith Girls. Pre*
\the chapter is Susan Lamb.
| Cook is advisor.
explained that appoint-
a Nominating Committee
officers of the Lodge for
king year will also be made
the meeting.
iricklin Will Speak
pity of Miami Chapter of
ill meet on Sunday evening,
10th. 8 p.m.. at Beth David
lie. Principal speaker will
tllmda Bricklin in a discus
personal experiences on:
|A Kibbutz.
mil
the
Uula to bv
1 fir I'd at
ill'in if 19inn vr
pginal musical cantata, es-
written tor the sixth an-
i>rew Academy dinner by
Jexander S. Gross, will be
lie many highlights of the
at the new Di Lido Ho-'
aday night, January 17th.
tan 60 students of the Mi
|h school will participate
Igram, entitled Et Livnot
Po Build. A special plat-
unusual lighting ef-
sing built by the Di Lido
i-minuii- presentation,
ntata will trace the his-
e Academy, depicting its
ear by year, in 1947, only
ients comprised the en-
d1. and today a capacity
it of 252 pupils calls the
[Academy home for most
kit will call upon the lead-
[Greater Miami Jewry to
ph iml the Academy in its
Or | new building, one de-
lta meet the pressing needs
nation's fastest growing
[communitySouth Florida.
ps of the present school at
tet are taxed to the utmost,
iGross said here.
'trshon Miller, dramatic
Dr of the Academy, and Mrs.
annerstag have teamed with
j Gross for the cantata. Mrs.
rstag, musical director, re-
fthat this year's program will
best in Academy history.
narators have star billing,
|ing Aaron Fensternheim.
liel Zemel, Valerie Mam-
ikI Seymour Spolter. All are
pupils of the Academy. A
ll dance group will be di-
by Miss Ayala Bricklin, an
Finy instructor.
*Je*lst> nor Mian
PAGE 5B

^

Some 1,500 persons attended the groundbreaking ceremonies for Temple Beth Sholom's new sanctuary which, when com-
pleted, will be situated adjacent to the congregation's present site. Scenes photographed at the impressive gathering include
(upper left) Leon I. Ell, Beth Sholom president, and Ralph Spero, vice president and coordinator of the campaign. Center
are Jack A. Abbott, president of the Men's Club; Abraham Sch iff, George Cohen. C. Greenberg and Abraham Zinncmon,
honorary trustees; Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of the PTA; John Serbin. Jr.. president of the Confirmation Class of 1954;
and Mrs. Bert S. Klee. Sisterhood president. Right are Sydney J. Greenberg, Beth Sholom education director, Cantor Samuel
Kelemer and Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader. Bottom (le ft) digging into the ground at the ceremonies is Samuel Beck-
erman, honorary chairman of the Campaign Cabinet. At Beckerman's right are Harry Dinnerstein and David Provus, repre-
sentatives of the Designated Gilts Committee. Center (bottom) are Jonas Brotman, Herbert Linick and Mrs. Alfred R. Rajna,
representative members of the Committee of 100 Beth Sholom Builders. Breakina ground (bottom, right) are members of the
Construction Committee and Campaign Cabinet. These include Burnett Roth, Morris Alpert. Ralph Spero, Samuel Becker-
man, James Albert, Louis J. Krensky, David Pollack, John Serbin, Sidney D. Ansin, Morry B. Morris and Joseph L. Arkin.
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro looks on.
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Charles Silvers, chairman of
the Construction Committee,
is shown digging into the
earth to open Beth Shol-
om's groundbreaking cere-
mony for the synagogue's
new sanctuary.
To JIM Board
A number of Greater Miami wel-
fare leaders have been elected or
re-elected to the Board of Direc-
tors of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, major American agency
aiding distressed Jews abroad, ac-
cordine to an announcement this
week by Moses A. Leavitt. JDC
executive vice chairman. The elec-
tion took place at the 39th annual
meeting of the Joint Distribution
Committee, which was held recent-
ly at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in
New York.
Elected to the Board as new
members were internationally
known philanthropist. J o seph
Cherner of Miami Beach and Wash-
ington. DC, and Fred K. Shochet.
publisher of The Jewish Floridian.
Reelected to the Board were
Stanley C. Myers, William D. Sing-
er, Jacob Sher and Dr. Kurt Pei-
ser. All have served as major offi-
cials with the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, the agency which
conducts the annual Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Stairway To The Stars Luncheon
and Fashion Show sponsored by
the North Shore Jewish Centes Sis-
terhood at the new Sterling Ho-
tel on Tuesday. January 12th, 1:30
p.m., will also include a pro-
gram of entertainment, highlighted
by a famous comedian and an
eleven-year-old boy singer, Kenny
Wagner
Saal is Chairman
The Adult Social Group will
sponsor a dancing party evening
at the Town Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Irving
Sail is chairman.
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Mesdames Nat Stein, Eugene
Schwarz and Daniel Wagner are ac-
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Sisterhood members will model,
headed by Mrs. Jack Klinger.
j
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a v .v~ uKr0u, irndpmv Choir to participate in the musical program at the
lured above is the "*""*"" Hotel. Left to right (top) are Barry Honig, Perry
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PAGE 7 B
idents are Consecrated at
Center Ceremony Saturday
[annual ceremony held
in the main synagogue
iri Beach Jewish Center,
tudents of the Religious
ft consecrated, announc
I'ins Lehrman, spiritual
Ithe Center.
lildren vowed their al-
the Torah and pledged
its precepts, thus forg-
W link in the unbroken
Jewish learning," said
[hrmah, who addressed
student body and the
Ion.
is were brought by Dr.
fechlowiU, chairman of
bus School, and Mrs. Ben
eene, president of the
ch consecrant received
re Torah as a memento
{occasion presented by
lowitz and Saul Rabin,
il director.
ints of 1953-5714 are:
SCHOOL:
jdr'n. Alan Albert. Ken-
_T, K:t)i riartuh. Iitwrroi't
[h.Tl Bargcr, David Horen-
pti IlnMcrr, Judith llrnwn,
Mirhai'l Cowan, Edward
[Jii'ia lUvi-, Strph-n
;i.r I Kttrlman, Edward
lul Merman. Arlene Krire-
n PVtratat, Harris flood -
,. lionn'n. Stephen Oould,
Infield. William Groan. Ed-
,',l i_rry ISrenwald, Al-
Mnrk Hankoff. Mirhael
H < Michael tllrerh-
{ftv> K iplan.
I b turn. Sherry Konl.
I I ie.1 l-ine. Stanley
l.-all-. Phillip I*on. Jul-
Marvln l,iel>ei Imiun D.in-
Nihwartx. Wen He Behwarta, Ivan
sliai.ii... Harvey shun Barry Siegel.
I;hmiti... SilheibergCarl Hucarnun
gellce Suaeman, Marvh i Te*ler.
Steph.-n Teller, llarry Teplitz
rharleH \\..lm> und Henry Zanauill'
SUNDAY SCHOOL:
., ".'! AfceWBan, Sherry Amman, !*a-
Ile lleilin-.ii. Stephen Ite.lltnMi.n IVn-
ny Jane lieik. Iihm.i Bertner, Mich-
ael Brawn, Muri.hu ('upland. Mmrav
Cohen, Alan Cooper man, Adiiene
l '.id. ni'. Howard Keii.r, Helvln
1 rled.nun. Jamel Krehlina. Stefanle
Kreh.lnit. Pelvae illliiian. Uiella Oor-
don. Stuart Ulaaaman, Patricia Oold-
inan. Valerie Ooldtnan, DolUa Ami
;..ui i .1.. Deldre Oraanei Barry
Oreer.
Arllne Halpern. Ellen Hlmch. Mar-
tha Hlrnrh, Ji.anne HmiiR. Mvl.s
il..i in. I. ii. Stephen Hoiwltz. Marilyn
-luri.lim.n, I i. ti. Kuminnky, Btuarl
Kaplan, Thoiima Karaon. Kylona
Katx. Jan Koppel, llrenda Kowul. Al-
lan l.evl, Alexan ler "I.lchtman. Jamea
l.ipkin. KUeen l..il. n. Mirhael laibln.
Howard M.ilter. K.iymond Mnndel,
Ann Man.tlieliiieri Richard Maik.
Daniel Melker. Ira Menkei".
Michael Mi-rrlil, K.ithv Norrla, H-ih-
ert Mufa.in. Fte\en MiifH.ni. I.nrrv
Newman, Joel Owtrtjw. Heidi I'ench-
unxky. Mi.-li.i.l HetichanKkv. JohtpIi
rite. larrylr PoU.iiJa:. Andrea Rauc-
In. Kenneth Rich, PMlip Rulilnllon-
nie It..-. Hemy lominaii. Robert
Knliln. Terl SchwaVt*. Jeffi ey Sele-
van, James Se'evan, llnward Sleael.
Jliitoi tMefel, DeVera Silver, J.xlv
Small Mare 5-lmi-eburK. Roliln Turk.
Ml. ha. I Wu'tzkin. Eleven Wnaaer-
111.111. Allan Weilx. I.md.i Weltxman,
Ki.me !. Weinkler, Krajtten Yavers
an.l Scott Voting. .
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Rumania. She is the daughter of
Itzik and Brona Marcovici and is
married to Leon Lozner. She came
to the United States about 30 years
,1, .ii Levin ."Harry Lav- \ ago and has a sister, Adela Pechet.
1 V;,iw..!dvl Mal.de!.'; iMrs Lozner is ^'"8 suht yher
i i Mum. steward cousin. I.II,I.IK MARCOVICI, Arlo-
Marmor.te.n i'ii !zoroff n0. 74. Haifa. Israel. She
Miller. Stanley
in.I
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cha el
lim Mlmi .iiinei, oumivj i
Edward i-ihiiipk. H-e was born in Bucharest. Rumania.
bai.i r.i.-.-i. Dorothy Hoi-
im .Vv. Mark Roaenfeid, Clara Kalkstein. She arrived
inf. ii. Martin Rosa, Ron-
on February 4, 1890, to Simon and
Clara Kalkstein. She
Israel on May 28. 1950
ving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach
'enter, prepares a few of the new students of the Cen-
[Iigious School for their consecration which took
the main synagogue, during the morning service on
ly. Looking at the Torah are (left to right) Daniel
Edward Phillips. Charles Walsey, Adria Andron, Ivan
9. Mark Hankorf and Julian Levant.
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Rose Pertes, president. Featured
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Free folk dance lessons for adults are held at the Community
Center, Washington Avenue, and 21st Street, Miami Beach,
every Saturday night from 7 to 9 p.m., under the leadership
of Shirley Berlin of Shirl's Folk & Square Dance School. Shir-
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Sturman, Israel Malin and Roselle Major. The class performs
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FRIDAY.
ADL Sets Workshop
In Jax, Coral Gabies
Th, holdii a,ion
ie Workshops in Jacksonville
, n Gables was announced
week by Gilbert J. Balkin.
;. US. Lrector.
on Tuesday, January 12th, the
,\: !. Workshop will be held at the
i,i Mrs Tekla Rosenfield.
sonville: ui iponsorship
, i the '' ksonville B'nai B'rith
The Cora! Gabli ADL Work-
held "n Thui
me "i Mrs
th. 861 SW 58th Av-
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l by the i B'na
and i!l run from
i LO p.m.
th Workshops will feature dis-
sions
, ch mi oibers oi
cks i n
the United Nations and sect
ism in 'i schools.
The Jac Workshop
featu i stration oi the
ADL's Run i r i linii A1 both ses-
sil ns. demonstration- will he made
of ADL educational material- for
utilization by schools religiou
tor-, civic organizations and other
community groups.
Chairman of the Jacksonville
V. rkshop i- Mrs. Ruth Safer, who
heads the Jacksonville B'nai B'rith
Women's chapter ADL Committee
I hairman i I arrangements for the
< i ral Gables Workshop i- Mrs
Supworth, (hairman of the 'oral
Gables B'nai B'rith Women's Chap-
ter ADL i 'ommittee.
Balkin and Mis- Joyce Zimmer-
man, educational service director
Of the Florida ADL office, are co-
operating in the preparation- for
I -h Work-hop- Hulk in will also
aid in conducting the Jacksonville
Workshop.
Sisterhood to Meet
sisterhood of the North Dade
Jewish Center will meet Monday.
January 11th. at 8 p.m A slate
for the new year will be pre-
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he presence of the congregation. A cantata will be Panted
by Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Maurice. Marnche. Minam
Donnerstag and the Beth David Choir. Harry Gordon. Beth
Dav:d president. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, president oi the
State Rabbinical Association, and Rabbi Simon April presi-
dent oi the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will par-
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Famous llabbi is llvtith Visitor
A Rabbi descended from a
line of fannd scholars hi
here in Miami Beach. Rabbi Israel
Rabinowicz, former Grand Rabbi ol
Keshinof, Rumania. i> residing al
L243 Meridian Avenue. V
Beach.
a seventh generation descendant
of Baal Shem Tov, the founder <>f
Chassidim, Rabbi Rabinowci
cestrj i- -aid to 5t< Kui-
David.
Venerated for his extensive
knowledge oi Jewish law, Jews
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ance from man) center- ol Eastern
Europe, according to reports Mere
Before world War II bis disciples
were said to have exceeded 20000
rhe author ol a large number of
treatises on Talmudic interpreta-
tions and nn Judaism, hi' .i- re
I sponsible for the formation
number ol Yeshivoth in pre-Hitlerl
EuroDf
tu the United State-
alter the war, Rabbi Rabinowici
I now has the pulpit ol the Ohell
Israi i ongregation In New York
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tNJAMIN GOODMAN
lexiaurant operator, paaa-
I I >. 21st. HervlceB took
J Kivcrslde Memorial Chapel.
L.i. h. with lm i In I In Mi Nil.,.
Mi yeara mo, lived at 42.".
[Miami Heach. Mr leaven hla
and a *lxter.
.AMUEL OLOT2ER
f.;:i Meridian Ave., Miami
| I H r tilt In hla home. A
.state operator, he mov-
ie veari ( from Chicago
ide hi* wife, Anna: a
ii, Chicago; a daughter,
.11 is .ii/ Chicago, and a
JServlcM were held 111 Chl-
|i Klverakte Me mortal t'hap-
lt..a.'h. In charge of local
lOBRIS BERNSTEIN
inufactorar from I'hllndel-
I.... 24th In a honpititl. He
|4.;in rinetree IHive. Heach
."hapel waa In charge of
lilt.incut"
LUCIE KAOIIH
I S\V r.th St., jiaaaed away
l..pltal Dae. ftrd. Hurvlv-
i huHhaiid, Joaeph; two
Faj Kadlah and Alice Sl-
iwii grandchildren. Serv-
fli.l.l Pec, 2Tth at the Miami
Interment wi In Mt. Ne-
. i \.
4ARLES NEIMARK
:|.ilh Court, paaaed away
in h local hospital. Sin -
K wife, Klla; one Moll, Mor-
daughter, OeneVleve WIh-
,.ni.l. Iitldrcn and four great
S.i \ ,.-< s were held
ll Miami Itlveratdc Inter*
In Mi Nebo Cemetery.
1C0B BERNSTEIN
S\V 61 h St, eel. pas.d
.1 at til" residence Wur-
tss.. - l.rnthera, Ban, A.loloh.
i.l i..-. ph. ona later, Tlllle
s irert held Bunda)
|i:h. -i.l.. Interment waa In
i netery,
AUGUSTA K SMITH
ROSENSTEIN
in.w ii Jewlah community
11"! Alton Knad, Miami
|.l I >.' 27th 4n a kn-al hoa-
iii.' here I0 yearn ago
hiit. N .1 whci'c "hi* waa
m d. i 'matoloffy. Mi". Roeen-
Ei membei of Mt Slnal lloa-
Ihe Miami Beach Hebrew
an.) of the hoard of dlrec-
Mianil H.'a.-h .l.-wlah On*
Hannah Benech ..f n.id.io-
[ was past president of the
i! aJivm larael "f l*aialc.
. a member i.f Hi.- Daughters ,,r Mlr-
|tter*<>n. N .1 and was ac-
.i. lab Home f'.r the Ag-
hns utbei i liariial.l.- uisti-
prvlvori Include bar hue-
ami a aon, Mm i.in Alan
if Miami Hi i. h Servlc-
Beach, with burial In
l In RlveraMa Memorial
Hi Interment on Mt. -Nelx>
ILBERT BACHER
a!' Ilaj Itoail, Miami Heach,
I \ bakers, ownf-i, he
2* reari an., from New
waa j meml>er of
-.ii- ..r Israel, the Men.1.1-
, \ i .Inhi, ami the
I II.- is survive.I ly
I d..lighter ami a
m ami Beach K"u-
"a in charg* of locuj
JOSEPH ROZINI
lieaut) aaJon at Mi-
I". tith. lie .Hi ..
" nghi years ago ami
';l Nh Kith St Surviving
'. Krleda, four daughter".
Ma- ,iii,| Mis Unth Shell-
M iml; Mrs Bally I tin -
' land, ami Mis. l-'ior-
' 'hli ;itii; his imiilii'i ,
Tucaon, Ails ; two
i.is and five grand-
were held Wedm
I ii .- Miami Heach Chapel,
Ml Sinai Crmetery.
Joseph sherman
: NW 2".th Street. DSfjBaf
.1 liipltal on Doc 19th.
wife, Jennie, thiee
"..in, li.nnl unit ux. and
Mis Hylvla Tannen-
i Mis" Ruth Sherman. Fu-
> ._es a ere held at Miami
i..minus were aem to New
interment,
|OOROTHV "OARTE
SV :,th Street, passed
IMh in a local hospRal.
1 hi : son: David. Remains
to liriHikllne, Mass.. (or
""I interment by Miami Hlv-
HARRY FINKELSTEIN
P?,i, HW."yJa.t hl" "' ?..-h. 'H"nl.ln., "'"* '"man. one
5r..7- 2s"'h K."*,d' H",, f"u' -'"-
clilldi.n. Funeral services were held
Monday at Temple Beth Sholem In
./A"Vri?"u- wA,n IUM" s'"""' '-""
New v "A rSvn,r,,n" ""!" "nt '"
"'" "ir >-lty for srrvlres ami in.
ten,,.,,t b> Miami Riverside Chapel.
-. < .. ,EM,L WEISSBROD
.". died Her r, at 1,1s home "5 771 Ii
St.. Miami Heach. A retired aiiart-
ment house owner, he came from u,P
.I'i'i""-.N!; flve. >*'""" **" '"- "-.
Ileus, la Mk only survivor. .Service*
in charges of Beach Memorial
t hapel.
SIDNEY H. SEELO
8... of luo Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
who came here eeven yaara ago from
Chicago, died Thursday. A retired
salesman. Mi Seel., was active In the
Democrat Club, Harmonv club and
American legion Post x';. of Mlaiiil
Heach lie waa a veteran ..f World
War I Survivors Include two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Helen Slegel, of Miami and
Mrs. Sally Rubin, of Miami Heach
and a alater. Services were held In
the Star of David Memorial Cemetery
under the direction of Hellmaiis r u-
iii ial Home A military guard of hon-
or waa present.
. DR. MAX BENJAMIN
SO. of s;i6 Harding Ave. Miami
Heach, pass,.I away Jan 1st Herv-
loaa were held In Rivei si.I,. Kuneral
Home. Miami Beach. He was a re-
tire.I dentist, A former resident of
New York, he came here eight war-
ago Surviving are his wife, hYances,
of Miami Heach. a datnjhter, Mis
Shirley Keltinan, three slstera, Mrs
Hannah Hariey. Mrs. Kmiiia Bch-
warti and Mrs. I.illi. Hernhelmei. and
two brothel". Jack and William, all
..f .\. w Yoik Clt)
MRS. MILDRED F. FINN
l. of SIS". Crespl lllvd.. Miami Heach,
uaaaed away Jan. 1st. Services were
held in Riverside Kuneral Home. Mi-
ami Reach Hurlal was In Mt. Nebo
Cemeter) A native of Cleveland, she
came here .10 yeara ago She waa a
member of the auxiliary of the Miami
Showman's league Aaaoclatlon, the
Home for the Aged and the National
Children's Cardiac Home Surviving
are her husband. James, a aon, Dr.
Leonard H. kinn. of Miami Reach;
two brothers. Uoula Korman. of Cleve-
land, and Dave Porman, of Cincin-
nati, and two alatara, Mrs Lena Gold-
berg. ..f Los Angeles, and .Mia. Sum
Kraiuei, ..f Cleveland.
MRS. ANNA RAXIN
S7. of 123 NK Milh St.. died Sunday.
She came from Brooklyn. NY. 17
years ago and is "urvlved l.\ a .laugh-
ter. Mis Josephine Adler, Miami: two
latera and two giaiidchildren. Serv-
ices wei> held In Cordon's Miami
chapet. with burial In Woodlawn
Cemetery.
H-DRED F. FINN
. -' IIS8 CraajH Blvd.,
ai .,ii \Vednesda>. De.ein-
I M I inn has been a resl-
I da for 30 i ming
j1" husband. James, and
I nanl H Klnn. of Ml-
l.. brothers. Ixllll"
. I iiliul. .,,,,1 | ,,IV,. |.,,, .
r ii'1 mil.ill. iwo sisters. Mrs
f"""'*. "i I-.- Anaalaa, and
' Kramer, of Cleveland
"-I- conducted Thursday, 1
Rabbi Mx Shuplio offl-
, ""nt took place at Mt
11 Airangemeiit" w.-i.
River Hi. Cliapel of Mi-
JOHN MANTELL
'.S. vl.e president of the Miami Reach
Auartnivnt and II.....I Hwneix Aaao-
clatlon, died Sunday. He was owner
of the Mantell
I'laxa Hotel. .':',
Wear "tth Rtreei,
where he lived. He
had been a '
ar Miami raalaani
for the past 30
jeais, and was a
membei >f the l'i-
onaet Club of -Mi-
ami lb Bl h, the
Heach Cliamb. i Of
I '..11111,el i e. M a
soli", and Miami
Heach Elks l^alge.
m Mantell waa a
charter member of
lleth Itavid Con-
gregation He Is
survived by his
wife. Betty; -on.
Murrav: two daughters. Mr- Sally
Ravlcsl.elg. of New York, and Mia.
fllnrln I'nllot. of Miami Beach; n
brother, Harry, and a slater, s. r\-
I, s w.re held in Riverside Ml m..rial
Chapel. .Miami Reach, with burial In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery-

SYDNEY E. ENOEL
' manager for cosmetics. ,.f
""'Waterway. Miami Beach,
, laajo He Is survived
r l-llllan. a ami. Law..
'. Mrs Kdvthe Kffenson,
'' Ml." 1,1111a,, Kngel. all
1 acji s,, i loet ware held
Memorial Chapel, with
.Nebo Cemetery.
tA?,',V tt. OLOMON
I '' ))">. Miami Reach,
| "" H......e from Hhlla-
I'- >eara ix nd was the
L """"" clothing
i-f World War I. h" waa a
, 'nerl, an laglon Roat US.
,V'i ."' al"" '"longed I.l
Jl'l'le Scolllsl, hi,,, valb
Isii.."'."'J*"" I"' '
lie i '.J*-' K AJ" "ur-
I Th",,r''',' '' daugh-
I'hi. .. 'VI.*' '"dterman. Coral
Vr- mother and a brother.
ABE BLUMIN
4, general manager of Rollle.l Has
I'i, of Miami, died unexpectedly Sat-
in, I,is at his home. IBS .'.4th Ave..
Weat Miami. He came from Staten
lslnn.1. NY. six ycais ago ami was
a member of the West Miami I.Ions
Club. West Miami Jewlah Center,
Coral Oablea Jewish Centet and ssas
a Mason. Surviving are his wife, Res-
ale: a aon, Stanley, and a dinighlcr.
Kllen Hue. all of Weat Miami: hla
mother, Mrs. Stella Rlumln. New-
Voik. three brothers. Including Harry
of Miami Reach, and two slsle, s
Services were held Sunday in I bu-
ll' hi Miami Kuneral Home, with bur-
ial In Mt. Nebo Cemeter.s.
MRS. STELLA WEISBERQ
II of 9n Collins Ave.. Miami Reach.
,ii, ,i Bunda) she came her.- i" yeara
ago from Mew York and Is survived
hv her husband. Moe: two sons, Ia-on-
iii.l and Alex, and two daughters.
ktollle Kaplan and Mra. Evelyn
Welnxlnicr. all of Miami Hca.h. three
brothera, including Morris and l.ouls
li.ildman. ..f Miami, and two sisters.
Mi Moll la lioidlietg and Miss Lena
Doldman, both of Oraaler Miami Bur-
ial waa In Pa* Ib-ckawav. Ixing is-
land, with local arrangements bs Rl*
kralde Memorial Chaiafl, Miami Hcaiii
JACOB KRANTZ
\ a retired hardware atore oper-
ator, di.d Moiidas. He came here
eight years ago and lived at 73.. Sixth
St.. M"iaml Reach. Surviving are hla
wife. Sophie. Miami Reach, two sons.
\: Miaou Reach, and laaitoi, At-
lanta; two daughters, Mrs. Mollte
Hchulman and Mrs. Bertha Luks. both
of Rirmingham. Ala.: a brother and
11, i alatem Bervli were held In
Riverside Memorial i Impel. Miami
with burial In Birmingham.
EDNA HIRSCH
St, former!] Of R3 Weal As......a, MI-
. ,, li. passed assav on Sat lire ln>.
January tn, at the Miami ^n vales-
cent 1.....le She had been a re
of Miami for n Jraara. Mr- Hlrs. ,
i, survived bi aer husband. ";''' '
,,! two brother- She w" burled in
Ml Sinai Memoiial Hark I emetery
on Tueaday, January 5th. a l Bjn.,
with rtebbl M.-es Mes. I.eloff offi-
cial lug. Arrangement" were in rhtin
of the Riverside Chapel of Miami
Stash, ______
DOUGLAS IRA BROWN
M, of 127 Michigan Ave,. Miami
Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Budget Committee hold their final meeting
Or the purpose of studying agency requests for allocations. The group, headed by Harold
inurman (seated third from right) has held more than 25 meetings in the past three month3.
studying proposed allocations to the 54 agencies included in the 1954 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. William Copland, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Sam A. Goldstein.
Ihurman. Arnold Seeder and Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Standing (left to right) are Fred K. Shoche:,
publisher of The Jewish Floridian, Benjamin B. Rosenberg, executive director of Federation.
Louis Goldman, Stuart Gordon. Dr. Melvin Becker, Sam Resnick, Sam J. Heiman and Max C.
k! urT' Jiirec,or o{ Budget and Community Planning. Others not in photo are Jack Murav-
chick Dr Kurt Peiser. Leo Rost. John Serbin. Samuel Shapiro, Lee Simkins, Isadore Simkowitz.
Nat W. Winokur and Mrs. Bea Jaffer.
Rabbi Named President
NEW YORKRabbi David Max
Eichhorn, of Forest Hills. New
York, director of Field Operations
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board, Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy, was elected president
of the Association of Jewish Chap-
lains of the Armed Forces at a
meeting here this week. Rabbi
Eichhorn, who served in France
during World War II, succeeds
Rabbi Morris D. Kertzer, Rock-
ville Center, New York, another
World War II veteran, who is head
of the inter-religious activities di-
vision of the American Jewish
Committee.
Barbara Greene Named
f tar Chanter President
? BaBara Gteene has succeeded
Lorraine AJbcrt as prX'sidqfji of
Star Chapter. B'nai B'rith. Mrs.
Tina Katz was installing officer at
a recent affair here. Guest speak-
er was Jerry Carver.
Other officers include Dottie
Balber, vice president; Rhoda
Stern, secretary; Alice Sclleck,
treasurer; and Phylis Roskin. chap-
lain.
Chairmen are Lorraine Albert,
social; Selma Witte, fund raising;
Frances Grosswald. athletic; and
Leah Shmueli, sunshine.
Moris: two daushtera and a brother
fjordon'i Miami Beach Fuoenrr Home
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SAMUEL KLEIN
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hla home. :n. Meridian Ave Ha bad
lived here 11 sens lie I. uses his
wife. Bather. Service* ware held .t
RiverKide Memorial Chapel Miami
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Mount Sinai Jubilee
Goal; Ed Sullivan to
Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth an-
nual fund raising Jubilee got un
derway this week with a combined
meeting of committee chairmen
and representatives ol AGVA,
chairman Leonard A. Wien an-
nounced.
a luncheon session in the Memo
rial Room at 430.) Alton Road
Wednesdaj included hospital pres
ident Max Orovitz, Jerry Baker,
head of the actors' guild here, Ben-
nj Gaines, Sid Franklin ami a num-
ber of men ami women whose ef-
forts have contributed substantial-
ly to the successes ol the three pre-
vious "all -tar shows."
Announcement of the Jubilee
goal of $150,000 tor i>>."<4 was made
.,t the meeting by Wien. who is
heading the campaign for the
fourth consecutive year The pur-
pose of the annual show i- to help
defray the deficit incurred bj the
hospital each year. Wien explained
"In view of the ever increasing
amount of free and part free serv-
ices, expanded research and train-
ing programs and other costly proj-
ects, it is expected that last year's
operating costs will show a sub-
stantially higher deficit than ever
We have reason to believe that the
communit) will assume it- share in
wiping out that red ink.''
This year's Jubilee on Thursday.
March 4th, will again be staged at
Announces $150,000
Star in Review Here
the Miami Beach Auditoi im Ed
Sullivan has agn ed to act i
ter ol ceremonies. In- third such
, i,, rt "Ed has promised t>>
;i number of surprise acts with
him." Wien stated "It
surprise me if the- mi
about name in -how business I
comes along Humi
tioning hi- name until it
inite."
The American Guild of Vai
Artists is i
ill out to mak
hospital .: nancial -
tistic success." v\ ; n added *
uniqui arrai nl betwc i
guild and the
lie,- hospitalization to anj
her oi the actors' uni l' is bi
:> such
tous arrai '"">
Previous Jul '- netted
0 SI 12 I
n .1 to be n
fund raisii [forts "The Jul
i< Mount Sinai Hospital's onlj di-
rect appeal to the communit)
year Committee head- will have
a bic assignment trying to top
those figures this year, Wien con
eluded
FRIDAY. JANUARY i
Isidore Qold .. of g
Terrace, Di Lido 1,
H'MC h. is ., |<||)n
about the following dm
ISIDOR BENJAMIN
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Rabbi I. Segal Heft: of Jersey City, congratulates David Ros-
nei on the ioimal opening oi the dininq room in Rosner's new
Sterling Hotel. Rabbi Segcl was the principal speaker at the
premiere dinner oi the Sterling, where he has be:n a guest
during his winter vacation. ^________
MaaiHiiwrU
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IK.ihhi April
Opens Services
Rabbi Simon April will open the
first in a series of late Friday eve-
ning services. 8:15 p.m., at the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and ( or..
tion. His topic will be Recipe For
Success.
Rabbi April came to Miami 11
years ago from Butler. Pennsyl-
vania, where he served the B'nai
Abraham Congregation for 12
years. He had a life position there,
but he moved to Miami for reasons
of health. He was a member of the
Ministerial Association, a life mem-
ber of the B'nai B'rith and active
in the Zionist movement.
Rabbi April was born in Kiev.
Russia, studied in Gomel, a- well
as in other famous seminaries, and
in 1926 was ordaiped bj the well
known Rabbi Yehuda Merker. of
Berlin. Germany.
On h,- arrival here in October
1942. Habhi April served the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion, now known as Beth F.l. He i-
locally affiliated with many phil-
anthropic, religious and civic or-
ganizations and i- on several
Boards of Governors,
Rabbi April is the President ol
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
so< iation
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leM FlnrkHar
PAGE 11 B
lusic School
Started Soon
$10,000 by Albert Pick.
Beach, will make pos-
Itarfy start on the first
new school of music on
Lrsity f Miami campus,
llii an announcement rec-
|l>r. Jay F. W. Pearson,
arson said that, at the
the donor, the building
kmed for Arnold Volpe,
fid first conductor of the
Bony Orchestra. Approv-
ftiediate construction was
the Board of Trustees on
jfth. and Robert M. Little,
|for several campus struc-
aaked to draw plans.
Ilding will contain admin
Iffices and 11 classrooms,
completed for the open-
next fall semester.
kit- school building is one
hutures begun or project-
or. Pearson assumed the
last February. The
urial Building, in honor
irat president, is under
un on main campus. Last
i- were revealed for the
medical school structure
Memorial Hospital. And
in li scheduled soon of
E Eaton Residence Hall,
additional students.
Otcar Itanmri
Leonard to
idio (guest
Leonard, author of Amer
|. will be guest speaker
iden's Jewish Forum
\r Sunday, January 10th,
over station WMIE.
ii also author of One
fntains Is, a novel about
lile between two world
attended LeClaire Col-
rre he edited the paper
was also a member of
rial staff of the St. Louis
patch.
Rj is a graduate of the
(on School for Social Work
ifiton University. He has
[at Hebrew Union College
'niversity of Washington.
*'cn a frequent contribu-
licles to the English-Jew-
in Memoriam
ram in memory of Channa
[well known woman com-
on New York radio sta-
[ be held Sunday, Jan-
over Jacob Schachter's
plour, station WMBM. at
Mrs S. Rabinowitz, presi-
des" Auxiliary to the He-
puemy. and Irta.-Zsbarsky.
of the Greater Miami
"''"ration, are scheduled
ffvrivMt of \srh
>f#I I' < aim <>,!
The next regular meeting of I.
R. Goodman Group of Hadassah
will be held Thursday evening
January 14th. 8 p.m.. at the Job-
nina Hotel, announced Lillian
Goodman, president.
Highlight of the program will be
a dramatic Look review featuring
Bertha Zolin and Ruth Abranis in a
reading from Shoiem Aaeh'i Pag*
age In The Night.
Lillian Marks, of the 1. R. Good-
man Group, and Mrs. Harry Bas-
sine, of the C'haim Wcitzmann
Group of Hadassah, co-chairmen
of the Study Group, will announce
plans for the joint study group
meeting. Subject is the Arab refu-
gee problem and will be led by
Frances Lebon, past president of
the I. R. Goodman Group.
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RKINHRO <. at luo N.i: ;nh Kt .
Intend lo rei I name with the
Clark ..f ih. ( ii. nt Cow i "i had*
County. F';,.r|,ia
l.l i RKINH \l(l>
- ;> MoPK UK1NH MM)
HAItol.D REINII Mil"
HKNHV ItKINHAKP
NORM \\ RJQNllARD
HERMAN M. IIKRK
Attorney for Applicants
4211 Lincoln Rd.
l.H-1.1 .
IN
In
Film on Cancer
At Hialeah Center
Warning Shadow is the title of
a film shown by the Ameri-
can Cancer Society at the social in
meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliaryl,N
of the Hialeah Miami Springs Jew-
ish Community Center on Tues-
day evening.
Dr. Theodore R. Struhl was
present to answer questions from
the audience. Dr. Struhl is a rep-
resentative of the Dade County
Medical Association and is a dip-
lomat of fhe American Board of
Surgery.
Braxton Tew art, of the American
Cancer Society, handled the
details concerning the showing of
the film.
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
_ OF FLORIDA
' '. To WHOM rHBf r i
K^rr> HH.M.i. 'OMi: HI!
'III. Ill.it. win
Ralph i: .i>. h. .'ii. "in
M. iz. i i:> n. .Mi,.mi. ii.,.
'' i. 'I Vuu ii., i .,.
the IZUi tlaj ... Januai .. \ l .
iub* to be Incorporated
I ISlOni ..I I 'I HI 11-1 '..ii ', l.iiw..
of Porida, Ai I ... i: w.pii
Mlts< II HALES \i;i:mv. |.\v, a
corporation, iih its prlii
of buaineai at Ml iml, I lade County.
in Hi. Sim, .,r Florida, ..ml v. I
'!', kholdera of aueh ,...,......
did on th, Mfb, daj ..r i... rtitN r,
V >:,':'- ''.his,, to be fil.il In the
"'" J of the s.. i, t.n > of st.it. ...
t BUt* ol Florida. Consent of nil
loekholder* under the provision*
I I hantei I70. [.awsof Florida,
' II : si,,,. 11115 ih,. dlaaolutlon
"f such corporation, and tin- Seere-
tarj of mat* la satisfied that the re-
quirement* ,,f !,, Inn,. I,,.,,, com-
piled with.
IN WITNESS WHBRBOP, I
nay* hereunto sei my h.ui.i
anil have affixed Hir i;r, ,i
s.-.il ,,f ihe State of Florida, at
Tnllaha-s. the C.i|ctal. tli.s
th* Mth day of December,
AD IISS.
i: \. i;i:av.
Si,,, ...r, .!(.!,
1 s ;.,
.IN COUNTY JUDOES COURT
u Bade COunt\l*lorida ;
No. 2*79* N W.
BE. i:*TATK OF $it.-\ld*
HERMAN <;!.H"Kfifi:il'i. DeeeaseiL Ul'LL'f
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DI8CHAROE
NOTICE Ik hereby given that I have
filed my final reisort and petition for
Final Discharge ax Executrix of the
eatate of HERMAN QUCKSRERO,
,1, i ,n-,.il. and that on tht- Kith day
of February, |>&4, I will auiily to the
Honoial.l. \V r HI.ANTfiN. lounty
.liidgi* of 1'a.i.. County, l i>.i I'la. for
approval of aaM final t-i-mt ami for
final ili.,harge aa Exc. utrlx of the
Batata of HERMAN QUCK8BERO,
.1,-. .. s.-.i.
Thin ItRta day of Dacember, I9.',3
BLANCHE QLirKSBBRU
KOVNER a MANNHEIMBR
Attorneya for F^xei-utrlx
I 1-15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 164993-B
R<-: F'.STATK fiF"
AI.HtKli Rn> UKRNHTEIN,
n 'k/H Al.ritKI' I: RBRXHTEIN
a.k a A. K I1ERN8TEIN,
i ',. aaaad
To All Credltora and .Ml Peraona Hav-
In* Claim* ,,r Demanda Aaaihai Bald
E t.i'.
Tou, and each ..f you, ar barebs
noiifi.,1 and required to preaent anv
and demand* whfch you, or
' I:.i\.- acalnat th.-
-'. of ALEItEH ROT BERN
STEIN, ii k/a ALFRED It. BBRN-
BTEIX. .i k .i \ |; BERNSTEIN,
.....I late of I lade c 'ount.. Flor-
ida, t.. the Honorable Count) Judaea
'' i lade 'oust). and file the i
Ihati offleea In the Count) t'ourthouai
in I lade > mt). l-'l.....la, Ithln ghl
calendar month* from th,- dale ..r the
flral publication hereof. Said rialma
..i demanda t" mntaln th* leitaj ad-
Imanl and t" b,
I, an,I preaented a* aforesaid, or
'.im. *r||| i.. barred,
Date i'.., mber II. A.D. [
IMIRl n-IIV BERNSTEIN
Ai Bxei utrlx of the 1-ist Will
ami Tl *t n.. nt ,,f
ai.ii:i:i, Rt)Y BERNSTEIN
.i k a ALFRED I: BERNSTEIN
a k a \ l: BERNSTEIN,
I.....
SHEINER a SPIELER
MM Ro|m i Bulldln*;, Miami. I
At torm \ for Exe< utrlx
1. v -1 :,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREBT niVEN thai
la* nu.miKiKii.il. daalring t> .-n
bualnexK i. r n- rii tltloua nami
i/'MiOlk l'i.ATi:i:s, ,-ti i,j,, i
Sir*, t I i i it ..^at.-oa*
reid.tiT >.,fil I,.,in. Ith t
11
(-tM
County,
th
I
LARRY LONDON
I"" I. ;'ti., street, II
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, ESQ,
Utorni foi I..,mi,,i, i ,
I H ad, Miami Beat h, Kla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165211
L-ADJT M W COON, l-l.niitiff
I s.
RICHARD COtN, I'.fin.lain
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO RICHARD COfJJJ
>> s. hool st i .-.'t
Ulenn Kiis. New York
You hi,, hereby notified that BUI
..( Complain) for Divorce baa i,.,n
.,i aajalnal you, ami von art re-
quired to aerve a copj of your Anawer
or pleadiiig t.. aal.l I: II on pliiinlirf'a
attorney, OERKHON s MILLER 4-11
Lincoln Road, .Miami Beat h, I':
file the original with the Clarh of the
' 11, un Court on or before the *tn
day of February, IM4, otherwta* tM
Inn of 1 01111,1.unt Kin b* taken *.
. ,.nf. --.-.I b) v 011.
Dated al Miami. Florida, thla 4th
lay of Jannary, liti
i: li LBATHERMAN
Clerk of thf Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
,_ By: it 11 un k. ,m
(8~V) Daputj Clerk
a*
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
KNOW ALL MEN MY
TliKSK PRESENTS;. ,
hat WILLIAM T. TTTHJ* 'doln:
uainaaa ti Hl'LL'D NCKSkkv, st-,
Mrd Avenue, Miami. Klotida.
to ri-gl-ter aaid name.
_8 NAaBSERV. with the Clerk
of the Dad* County, Florida. Circuit
Court purauant t<> the rtctltloua
Name Statute of Flotilla.
William I- HULL, Mile ownar
BHELDON Dl'BLER. Atty.
Secuilty llldg Miami, Kia.
l'l-S-1.. -_',
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT*..IN CHANCERY. No. 165110
STEPHEN ILNACILLA, Plaintiff
va.
LOUISE 1. ONACILLA, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: l.olisi: |. ONACILLA
8*16 Avenue A
Bayonne, New Jeraey
Vot ARK II1: 111; i: v NOTIFIED
that a l:iil nf Complaint foi I Hi on
has bean flii- l acalnat you, ai d
are icqulred to wrvi a eo\n of \..ui
: to the l;i of Complaint for
. on the plalatifr* .hi
T & i;k\M l-.'n Lin ..
Miami Beaob, Florida, and file the
"i initial Answer In tl". Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or be-
fore the 2nd day of February, 1954
01 > I Pro font, .ko ,11 |
nai *,. i
DATED it Miami. Florida, tliia 2l!h
nUvi
i: B. LBATHERMAN.
i 'lerv i reali Coui t,
Did. Count), Ho
Bfi IL II ,:l.-i: ii;
fSeal) i i. it) Clerk
I 1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS iiki:i:i;v i;ive,n that
th.. ifnilct aluh'.rl, .1 it irij to eng
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coi l of
i tnty. Florida.
FIBER i.i.AS.s INDL'STRIES, I .
HOMER I. MAPl.ow
ne) for
i- Ibet <;.. Inc.
IIS I.....irfor I Building, Miami, I
I I-8-1S-22
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31720B
In Re ESTATE 'I
u ii.i.iam u i m.ii I lecaaaad
To All Creditor* and All Peraona Hiv-
ing Claims or |i,.|iiaiid* Aga n-t
i Batate:
Von. ami each of you, are h.
notified and required to praaanl any
rlalma anil demanilH whirh you. or
either of you. may have aaainat the
eatati of WILLIAM WnlJ-'K. rte,
,-,l In t. of Haile County, Florida. !o
the Honorable County Judfe* of Dad*
County, anil file the aame in th-::-
offleea In the County Courthouae iji
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar month* from th date of tin*
firm pui,iiiation hereof sai.i eui
..i lamanda bj contain the legal ad-
ilie.-a of the rlaiinalit and to M *
to and preHi-nted aa aforeaald. or s.inie
ill b* barred.
Date I '< mber 21, A. D. lt&S.
ARTIIIIt A. KIMMEL,
Aa ExacutOI of the Ijist Will
and Testament of
WILLIAM WOLFF', Do t
MOItTi >N lit >TH EN BERG
Attorney foi Bxacutoi
I 1-1-15
.I... of |..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tJIVEN tl
tin. underalgii.-il. id siting to enaag*
eaa umb r the flctltlou* name
KI.KXolli'S. ,t I vimi \ \\ 7lh At
Intend to reirtatei aald name with t
i 'i.i k of the i 'ii i nil i '..in t ,,f i >.,
>, F'lorldV
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. desiring to engage In
hualness under the flctltlou* name "f
SI'NSCT (HFTWARE, at mil 5th
Street. Miami Beach, Intend to reg-
1.1 name w lib the lielk ol the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
IKVINtl BEROER
SAM I I.I. UOFK
12/1I-2S 1/l-X
IOUS
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. dealiins to engage In
bualneaa under the flctltlou* name
BEAUTY NICHE 1IKAITI
at 3200 N. W. TSth Stteet.
register aald name with
the Circuit Court of
K"'"d*- BELLE PKPPKK
HELEN FAHRIS
(Sole Owner*)
1/1-H-1T.-22
.. of
SALON,
Intend to
the Clerk of
Dade Count),
N COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25853
[IF?: ESTATE op
.oils N SMITH, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO* HAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is herein given '*|a*W hav.
filed my final leisnt and petflfnn for
Flnal Dlachara;* as KxerutrrajToT the
estate Of LOUIS \ SMITH. dMhaed
and that on the 19th day of Jnnuats.
IIS4. will appl) to the Honoaable W
ILANTON. County .ItidgeBal Daile
,?RIC MANVILLE
KRWIN It. ELLER
s. BAunce
,ttiN*na9**V>r Ai*.It, ants
1717 Cotlfreaa Bblg.
It, IS-25 1/1-8
County, Florida, for apfiroval^B said
final report and for ffnnl iliarhatg
as Bxertitrix of the estate ol Lor IS
N. smith. Deceaaed
Thia 2:'nd day of December, 1953.
LETTIE AUSTIN SMITH
HUTNER ; 111 I'NKH. B*q*.
'.th Floor oUinpta Building
Miami. II.......<
Attorneys for Executrix
i/1-g-u-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HPKKHV OIVEN that
DIVIDEND INCttASE/
,0 3% p*r veor, /
BBB affective /C^f
W Jon. 1 { 3a.
^ payable \^^J
^^^fci Jun* 30. \
-^_ja* Sav* nay at \_^
tOt*L **VlNOS \t$/' "Mi atACM OFFicca^l
lit
of the
bade County,
INC.
Circuit Court
SERVICE ONFK.TION,
-,.|e owner
PALI "T, BILVBR Ml LLOI
Attorney* foi s;er\ i,e Confection, me.
I a-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualnras under the fl, tltioua name of
PITCH F-oltK DRIVE-IN and UKS-
TAURANT, at 1221 Fifth St Miami
Beach. Florida. Intend* to register
aald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
A I KLEINMAN
HAROLD /.INN
Attorney for A. I. Klelnman
12/2.1 l/l-I-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
noti'-f: IS HEREBY tJIVEN that
the underalgned. itealrlng t, engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOBO LolNUE AND COFFEK
sll'ip. at ;:i"l Hlse.iMie Boulevard,
Intend* to reglater xAbl name >\ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Courtty, Floildn. "
O \nSA.M i'i iRP.
mac MBRMBLL
Attorney for Applicant
14l lllscayne Bldg.
1 I-X-15-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16i038
HERMAN J. i;i:i:k.\i:ki:';. pi*
\ i
ALICE A OREENBER":. I H r<
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T< MP "E A iREF:NBBR!
(His Yellowatone Boulevard
I i Hills, fxiiig Island,
Ne'A ^ ..
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI1
thai a BID "l 'omplalnl for 11
li.. I.., n file,i agalnat i ou in
above ent.t .-it cauac and iron i
, -i '-. aerv* cop! of
your Anawer to the Pin of Complaint
on Plaintiff's attorneya, and flat
nal in th* office "f th* 'lei
i "ii i-int Conn on th*
. .i ii da ..f Januai y, l',.t ol hei
i 11. :,. i -I.. mfeaai a ii be
e.I iu.i i -t you
il be pni.11 !
k for four v
in Tin: JEWISH FLORID1AN
I 'at. at Miami, i- lot 1.1.,, tin
i ,
K B LBATHERMAN,
clerk, circuit
BY \\ m W ST. .i"k ;.
Deput) '
I'Al.l.ol'. SILVER A- Mil.I.' IT
Attorney* f"t Plaintiff
701 'ongrea* PuiMing, Miami, Fl i
II .''. I l--15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN that
the umleisigneii. dealrina t, anaTaa;a tn
:-- under the fictltiou* name
APTti MAINTENANCE SERVICE. ..t
:'4i" N w. atth Street, Miami. It-.-.-nd
to tegister saill name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Flotilla.
CHARLES TH IRRUELLA
ELWOOD 1-: HORTON
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicant*
121 Hagler St
:., l/l-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY (JIVEN th*t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
BETTY'S B CHUCK'S GROCERT, at
'.'04.1 N \\' 7th Stt.et. Miami. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Hot Ida.
CHARLES DeMARCO
KESSLER IIAlts
Attorneys for Applicant
17S2 W Fiagler St.
|l/li 1 I
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATION OUTWITS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Coll the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
3-43C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165171
DOROTHY U. HUGHES, Plaintiff
-against-'
.loil.v H. HUOHE8, Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU, JOHN H HUUHB8. realdenre
unknown, are hereby notifi.il that a
Pill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed again*! you, and you are
reipilred to seive a copy of your Ana-
i or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plain! on the plaintiffs attorney,
MAX It SILVER. IXS Bay-bold Hulld-
tut--. Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the of-
fice of the Clark "f the circuit Court
on or before the l-t day "f February,
m.n. if you fail to ii., bo. judgment
by il,-fault will be taken agalnat you
for the relief demanded In the HIM
of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 3tb day of De. ember,
INS.
i: It. I.KATIIKItMAS,
CletBf Circuit Court.
Dad* County, F'lmhin
r. \1 '. OREEN.
ti'lrcuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney f,.r Plaintiff
121 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida
1 l-t- 14-22
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA: IN PROBATE, No 31763-B
In Re ESTATE OF
SARAH Hi:ilNSTi:iN. Deceaaed
To aii Creditor* and All Pi i aoni li .
In| Claim* at Dein.inda Against Said
You and each of )ou, arc betel,>
notified and required t>. preaent any
I'limn and demanda which you, or
eltbej ,,f ii.it, ma) have agalnat the
f s.tRAli i:i:i:n -i'i:i\". .ie-
..-.i lati \i York County, New
York, to th. Honorable Count) Judg-
es of Dole Cuntc in,I file the aame
in th.ii office* nt tin County Court-
ounty, Florida, wlth-
hl 11. ndai mnnih* ft >m the
Hi, flral publli ati.'i. hereol
Sal.i claims or in.imis to contain
the legal addi ol t hi i lalmant and
to be aworn to ami pi earn ted as afOJ -
salii. ,.r -atne win be barred
Date 1 ce.illlel ft, A D ||
milton pi:ilnsti:l\
A AnHllnrv Adiniitlatrator of
the llstate of
SAU.MI HERKSTEIN,
I eased.
KOVNER A MANNHEIMBR
Attorney* for Ancillary Administrator
l/l-d-15-21
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 27981-B
RE: ESTATE OF
SOLOMON POIK1ARBKT, also
knoun as Sol Podgaraky, Dt I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hareb) given that I h.v
file,I nn final report and petition for
I iti.ii rttacharg* .,- Adm nlatratrlx ^f
the ,-'......r S< H.i >Mi IN PODOAB>
sKY. also known a- s,,| Poilgar-kv.
deceaaed; and that on the 2<*th ili\
of January, IM4, I vrlll apply to the
Honorable County Judges of Dad*
County, Flotilla, for approval of
final report and for final discharge aa
Ailnunlstratrix of the eatate of
Solomon PODOAR8KT, also known
as S.,1 Poolgaiakv, deceaaed.
This 1.1th day of December. IV:.
JESSIE PoDC.AKSKY
MYERS, IIK1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneya for
Jeasie I'oilgarskv. A 11' is-2.1 lTl-*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
noticf: ls herehy hiven p.it
the underalgned, desiring to engage in
biiainoaa under the flctltioua name of
KI.I.Iot I'KARL SAUL BRLBNRB
and BURTON BELENKE. Partners.
I b a HOPSK OF WATCHES, at 300
Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, in-
tend to reglater aald name with the
' lark of the Circuit Court of DaJ*
County. Florida.
ELLIOTT PEARL (1/J)
RAIL BELENKE 11/3)
BURTON BELENKE (1/3)
K \SS AND F'ULLER
Attorneys for Elliott Pearl.
Saul Heletike and Burton Helen' e,
Partners, d/b a House of Watchea
12/IS-2o 1/1-8
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*jtKfrkrrt*2_
TODAY, IANUABYi
Kronengold Agency
Will Handle Scrip
Service For Israel this week an-
nounced that the George Kronen-
gold Travel Service, of Miami and
New York, has been appointed
agent for the sale of Scrip and
Parcel Certificates to Israel.
Kronengold has set up a series
of conducted monthly tours to Is-
rael. According to the announce-
George Krontngoii
ment. independent travel can also
be arranged. In a statement here.
Kronengold said that "in order to
give a complete service to the resi-
dents of Dade County, our travel
agency will now also have available
the Scrip and Parcel Certificates.*'
The George Kronengold Travel
Service has been established in the
Governor Clinton Hotel in New
York since 1931. and. as of Jan-
uary. 1953. opened a branch office
in the Chamber of Commerce
Building. Miami.
A resident of Miami Beach and
in charge of the branch office.
Kronengold has had 28 years of
worldwide travel experience and
specializes in tours to Europe and
Israel, in addition to handling all
airline and steamship tickets.
In charge of the local branch
office, he recently returned from
a flying trip to Europe and the
Jewish State.
JWV Ladies' Auxiliary
Plans Membership Social
A Membership Social will be
held by the Ladies Auxiliary Nor-
man Bruce Brown Post, JWV, on
Sunday, January 10th. 2:30 p.m..
at Ruby's Restaurant. A Fashion
Show will be presented by Sha-
heens of Honolulu and narrated
by Lolly Logue. Mrs. Al Kessler is
membership chairman.
Listen To
SCHACHTER'S
New Yiddish Program
Every, Sunday, WMBM, 12 to 2 p.m.
This program is Hi- first and has ti.
largest listening audience
Features the Jewish Philosopher
NORMAN R. LYONS. Ngws
and
SHOSHANA SPECTOR
JWH Chaplain* Slaie Pvoavam* tor
KEWYORK >,
Eiehhorn, director oi Held oi
Uons of theC
U Chaplaincy oi the N.I ,..... v
Jewish Welfare Board, will ,, ,
duc, two Department oi D I I 'M
sponsored religious retreats tor Walter Reed Army^edica
Jewish chaplains in the Far M Mr. Washington D.CVj-JJonjer
it was announced by Rabbi Joseph
Lookstein, chairman oi the h y,r< Manil(. I)1V1
Commission. .,.. I for men
Fourteen chaplains hlltaH i"^, ... !.
in Japan. Okinawa the PUIhptae. tanjj ^^
and Guam will gather at the retreat MUM > ^
in Japan to be held from Januarj '" ne" J fo Armfll
lh to January !** tSS.lSSA """
Serrlee*
Cm
.; which represents th.' three
lies in the US.
hsvo cum
i, -Mi chaplaincy
irement program in which
IWB and the three Rabbinical bod
een iointly ngased since
it, | summer oi 1950 -
Women's Meeting Held
Regular monthly meeting of the
Hebrew Academj Women was held
Wednesda) afternoon at the
Blackstone Hotel Mr*. Sidney Ru-
binowiU presided at the session,
which heard announcement that
the annual Pictorial Journal will
be issued later in the Winter.
Kellogg Prize
Winner Arrives
A sixteen >..,, old rju
Karen Pohle. winner of
prize in the recesj u
Kellogg Orang, B.,W| ('
corted by 33 member* Jfi
View High Sch-..| KooibJ
arrived in Miami last?
a chartered Delta c 4 cT
The group. acconp^3
en's mother. Mr olmstead. vice presidn^
rector of advertising forL
logg Company. Lake \>,J
jmI. Mr. J. Tnmbale Ba
Football coaches l.eo Cot-
Jack Endrick. were guethl
Robert Clay Hotel
four-day stay in Miami

Adolphe MeojoD
of Chase TV
announces a
3% dividend!
IIHCOIN IOAD
ffl^ESj
"If you save at Chase
Federal Savings of Mi-
ami Beach, this giant '3'
enclosing my words has
a happy significance.
"This is Chase Federal's way
of telling you that dividends
have been increased to 3%,
compounded semi-annually.
Open or add to your account
on or before January 10th
and receive a full year's
dividend at the new 3%
rate in 1954.

AND
A>>OC,.,,0
C L CLf^NTS. PRESIDENT


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LNUARY 8. 1954 *• lr**icl> nrvHton PAGE 7 B idents are Consecrated at Center Ceremony Saturday [annual ceremony held in the main synagogue iri Beach Jewish Center, tudents of the Religious ft consecrated, announc I'ins Lehrman, spiritual Ithe Center. lildren vowed their althe Torah and pledged its precepts, thus forgW link in the unbroken Jewish learning," said [hrmah, who addressed student body and the Ion. is were brought by Dr. fechlowiU, chairman of BUS School, and Mrs. Ben eene, president of the ch consecrant received re Torah as a memento {occasion presented by lowitz and Saul Rabin, il director. ints of 1953-5714 are: SCHOOL: jdr'n. Alan Albert. Ken_T, K:t)i riartuh. Iitwrroi't [h.Tl Bargcr, David HorenPTI IlnMcrr, Judith llrnwn, Mirhai'l Cowan, Edward [Jii'ia lUvi-, Strph-n ;i.r I Kttrlman, Edward lul Merman. Arlene Kriren PVtratat, Harris flood ,. lionn'n. Stephen Oould, Infield. William Groan. Ed,',l i_rry ISrenwald, AlMnrk Hankoff. Mirhael H < %  %  Michael tllrerh{ftv> K iplan. I b turn. Sherry Konl. I I ie.1 l-ine. Stanley l.-all-. Phillip I*on. JulMarvln l,iel>ei Imiun D.inNihwartx. Wen He Behwarta, Ivan sliai.ii... Harvey shun Barry Siegel. I;HMITI... SilheibergCarl Hucarnun gellce Suaeman, Marvh i Te*ler. Steph.-n Teller, llarry Teplitz rharleH \\..lm> und Henry Zanauill' SUNDAY SCHOOL: ., %  ".'! AfceWBan, Sherry Amman, !*aIle lleilin-.ii. Stephen Ite.lltnMi.n IVnny Jane lieik. IIHM.I Bertner, Michael Brawn, Muri.hu ('upland. Mmrav Cohen, Alan Cooper man, Adiiene l '. %  id. ni'. • Howard Keii.r, Helvln 1 rled.nun. Jamel Krehlina. Stefanle Kreh.lnit. Pelvae illliiian. Uiella Oordon. Stuart Ulaaaman, Patricia Ooldinan. Valerie Ooldtnan, DolUa AMI %  ;..ui I .1.. Deldre Oraanei Barry Oreer. Arllne Halpern. Ellen Hlmch. Martha Hlrnrh, Ji.anne HmiiR. Mvl.s il.. i in. I. ii. Stephen Hoiwltz. Marilyn -luri.lim.n, I %  i. %  TI Kuminnky, Btuarl Kaplan, Thoiima Karaon. Kylona Katx. Jan Koppel, llrenda Kowul. Allan l.evl, Alexan ler "I.lchtman. Jamea l.ipkin. KUeen l..il. n. Mirhael laibln. Howard M.ilter. K.iymond Mnndel, Ann Man.tlieliiieri Richard Maik. Daniel Melker. Ira Menkei". Michael Mi-rrlil, K.ithv Norrla, H-ihert Mufa.in. Fte\en MiifH.ni. I.nrrv Newman, Joel Owtrtjw. Heidi I'enchunxky. Mi.-li.i.l HetichanKkv. JOHTPII rite. larrylr PoU.iiJa:. Andrea RaucIn. Kenneth Rich, PMlip Rulilnllonnie It..—-. Hemy lominaii. Robert Knliln. Terl SchwaVt*. Jeffi ey Selevan, James Se'evan, llnward Sleael. Jliitoi tMefel, DeVera Silver, J.xlv Small Mare 5-lmi-eburK. Roliln Turk. Ml. ha. I Wu'tzkin. Eleven Wnaaer111.111. Allan Weilx. I.md.i Weltxman, Ki.me !. %  Weinkler, Krajtten Yavers an.l Scott Voting. • %  WANTED LIZA LOZNER, formerly of Husi, Rumania. She is the daughter of Itzik and Brona Marcovici and is married to Leon Lozner. She came to the United States about 30 years ,1, .ii Levin ."Harry Lav\ ago and has a sister, Adela Pechet. 1 V;,iw..!d v l Mal.de!.'; i M rs Lozner is ^'"8 s u ht y h er i i Mum. steward cousin. I.II,I.IK MARCOVICI, ArloMarmor.te.n i'ii z oro ff N 0 74. Haifa. Israel. She Miller. Stanley in.I >lm .1 cha el lim Mlmi .iiinei, oumivj i Edward I-IHIIIPK. H-e was born in Bucharest. Rumania. bai.i r.i.-.-i. Dorothy HoiIM .Vv. Mark Roaenfeid, Clara Kalkstein. She arrived inf. II. Martin Rosa, Ron


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JANUARY 8. 1954 leM FlnrkHar PAGE 11 B lusic School Started Soon $10,000 by Albert Pick. Beach, will make posItarfy start on the first new school of music on Lrsity f Miami campus, llii an announcement rec|l>r. Jay F. W. Pearson, arson said that, at the the donor, the building kmed for Arnold Volpe, fid first conductor of the Bony Orchestra. Approvftiediate construction was the Board of Trustees on jfth. and Robert M. Little, |for several campus strucaaked to draw plans. Ilding will contain admin Iffices and 11 classrooms, completed for the opennext fall semester. kitschool building is one hutures begun or projector. Pearson assumed the last February. The urial Building, in honor irat president, is under un on main campus. Last iwere revealed for the medical school structure Memorial Hospital. And in li scheduled soon of E Eaton Residence Hall, additional students. Otcar Itanmri Leonard to idio (guest Leonard, author of Amer |. will be guest speaker iden's Jewish Forum \r Sunday, January 10th, over station WMIE. ii also author of One fntains Is, a novel about lile between two world attended LeClaire Colrre he edited the paper was also a member of rial staff of the St. Louis patch. Rj is a graduate of the (on School for Social Work ifiton University. He has [at Hebrew Union College 'niversity of Washington. *'cn a frequent contribulicles to the English-Jewin Memoriam ram in memory of Channa [well known woman comon New York radio sta[ be held Sunday, Janover Jacob Schachter's plour, station WMBM. at Mrs S. Rabinowitz, presides" Auxiliary to the Hepuemy. and Irta.-Zsbarsky. of the Greater Miami "''"•ration, are scheduled ff vrivMt of \srh >f#I I < aim <>,! The next regular meeting of I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah will be held Thursday evening January 14th. 8 p.m.. at the Jobnina Hotel, announced Lillian Goodman, president. Highlight of the program will be a dramatic Look review featuring Bertha Zolin and Ruth Abranis in a reading from Shoiem Aaeh'i Pag* age In The Night. Lillian Marks, of the 1. R. Goodman Group, and Mrs. Harry Bassine, of the C'haim Wcitzmann Group of Hadassah, co-chairmen of the Study Group, will announce plans for the joint study group meeting. Subject is the Arab refugee problem and will be led by Frances Lebon, past president of the I. R. Goodman Group. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is III:I:KI:V CIVKN thai Ih,. underalgned, desiring U> engage In bualneaa under the fi. tliioiiname of RKINHRO • %  <•. at luo N.i: ;nh Kt Intend lo rei I name with the Clark ..f ih. ( II. nt Cow i "i had* County. F';,.r|,ia l.l i RKINH \l(l> ;> MoPK UK1NH MM) HAItol.D REINII Mil" HKNHV ItKINHAKP NORM \\ RJQNllARD HERMAN M. IIKRK Attorney for Applicants 4211 Lincoln Rd. l.H-1.1 IN In Film on Cancer At Hialeah Center Warning Shadow is the title of a film shown by the American Cancer Society at the social IN meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary l N of the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Community Center on Tuesday evening. Dr. Theodore R. Struhl was present to answer questions from the audience. Dr. Struhl is a representative of the Dade County Medical Association and is a diplomat of fhe American Board of Surgery. Braxton Tew art, of the American Cancer Society, handled the details concerning the showing of the film. CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA '. To WHOM rHBf r i K ^ r r> HH.M.i. '•OMi: HI! 'III. Ill.it. win Ralph i: .i>. h. .'ii. "in M. iz. i i:> n. .Mi,.mi. ii.,. • • %  '' i. • 'I Vuu II., i .,. the IZUi tlaj ... Januai .. \ l %  IUB* to be Incorporated I ISlOni ..I I 'I HI• 11-1 '..II %  ', l.iiw.. of Porida, Ai I ... i: w.pii Mlts< II HALES \I;I:MV. |.\V, a corporation, iih its prlii of buaineai at Ml iml, I lade County. in Hi. Sim, .,r Florida, ..ml v. I '!', kholdera of aueh ,..., did on th, Mfb, daj ..r i... rtitN r, V > :, : '''.HIS,, to be fil.il In the %  '" J of the s.. i, t.n > of st.it. ... t !•• BUt* ol Florida. %  Consent of nil loekholder* under the provision* I I hantei I70. [.awsof Florida, II •: si,,,. 11115 ih,. dlaaolutlon "f such corporation, and tinSeeretarj of mat* la satisfied that the requirement* ,,f !,, Inn,. I,,.,,, compiled with. IN WITNESS WHBRBOP, I nay* hereunto sei my h.ui.i anil have affixed Hir i;r, ,i s.-.il ,,f ihe State of Florida, at Tnllaha-s. the C.i|ctal. tli.s th* Mth day of December, AD IISS. i: \. I;I:AV. Si,,, ...r, .!(.!, 1 s ;., .IN COUNTY JUDOES COURT u BADE COUNT\L*LORIDA ; No. 2*79* N W. BE. i:*TATK OF $it.-\ld* HERMAN <;!.H"Kfifi:il'i. DeeeaseiL Ul'LL'f NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DI8CHAROE NOTICE IK hereby given that I have filed my final reisort and petition for Final Discharge ax Executrix of the eatate of HERMAN QUCKSRERO, ,1, i ,n-,.il. and that on thtKith day of February, |>&4, I will auiily to the Honoial.l. \V r HI.ANTfiN. lounty .liidgi* of 1'a.i.. County, l i>.i I'la. for approval of aaM final t-i-mt ami for final ili.,harge aa Exc. utrlx of the Batata of HERMAN QUCK8BERO, .1,-. .. s.-.i. Thin ItRta day of Dacember, I9.',3 BLANCHE QLirKSBBRU KOVNER a MANNHEIMBR Attorneya for F^xei-utrlx I 1-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 164993-B R<-: F'.STATK fiF" AI.HtKli Rn> UKRNHTEIN, n 'k/H Al.ritKI' I: RBRXHTEIN a.k a A. K I1ERN8TEIN, i ', %  aaaad To All Credltora and .Ml Peraona HavIn* Claim* ,,r Demanda Aaaihai Bald E t.i'. Tou, and each ..f you, ar barebs noiifi.,1 and required to preaent anv and demand* whfch you, or %  I:.i\.acalnat th.%  '•.•• of ALEItEH ROT BERN STEIN, ii k/a ALFRED It. BBRNBTEIX. .i k .i \ |; BERNSTEIN, I late of I lade c 'ount.. Florida, t.. the Honorable Count) Judaea '•' i lade 'oust). and file the i Ihati offleea In the Count) t'ourthouai in I lade > % %  mt). l-'l la, Ithln ghl calendar month* from th,dale ..r the flral publication hereof. Said rialma ..i demanda t" mntaln th* leitaj adImanl and t" b, I, an,I preaented a* aforesaid, or '.im. *r||| i.. barred, Date i'.., mber II. A.D. [ IMIRl n-IIV BERNSTEIN Ai Bxei utrlx of the 1-ist Will ami Tl *t n.. nt ,,f AI.II:I:I, Rt)Y BERNSTEIN .i k a ALFRED I: BERNSTEIN a k a \ l: BERNSTEIN, I SHEINER a SPIELER MM RO|M i Bulldln*;, Miami. I At torm \ for Exe< utrlx 1. v -1 :, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREBT niVEN thai la* nu.miKiKii.il. daalring t•> .-n bualnexK i. r n„rii tltloua nami i/'MiOlk l'i.ATi:i:s, ,-ti I,J,, i Sir*, t I %  i i„ it ..^at.-oa* reid.tiT >.,fil I,.,in. Ith t 11 (-tM County, th I LARRY LONDON I"" I. ;'ti., street, II STANLEY JOEL LEVINE, ESQ, Utorni foi I..,mi,,i, i %  I • • H ad, Miami Beat h, Kla. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165211 L-ADJT M W COON, l-l.niitiff I s. RICHARD COtN, I'.fin.lain NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO RICHARD COfJJJ >> s. hool st i .-.'t Ulenn Kiis. New York You HI,, hereby notified that %  BUI ..( Complain) for Divorce baa i,.,n • .,i aajalnal you, ami von art required to aerve a copj of your Anawer or pleadiiig t.. aal.l I: II on pliiinlirf'a attorney, OERKHON s MILLER 4-11 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beat h, I': file the original with the Clarh of the 11, un Court on or before the *tn day of February, IM4, otherwta* tM Inn of 1 01111,1.unt Kin b* taken *. ,.nf. --.-.I b) v 011. Dated al Miami. Florida, thla 4th •lay of Jannary, liti i: li LBATHERMAN Clerk of thf Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida ,_ By: it 11 un K. ,m (8~V) Daputj Clerk a* NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME KNOW ALL MEN MY TliKSK PRESENTS;. hat WILLIAM T. TTTHJ* 'doln: uainaaa ti Hl'LL'D NCKSKKV, st-, Mrd Avenue, Miami. Klotida. to ri-gl-ter aaid name. _8 NAaBSERV. with the Clerk of the Dad* County, Florida. Circuit Court purauant t<> the rtctltloua Name Statute of Flotilla. WILLIAM IHULL, Mile ownar BHELDON Dl'BLER. Atty. Secuilty llldg Miami, Kia. l'l-S-1.. %  _', IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNT*..IN CHANCERY. No. 165110 STEPHEN ILNACILLA, Plaintiff va. LOUISE 1. ONACILLA, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: l.olisi: |. ONACILLA 8*16 Avenue A Bayonne, New Jeraey Vot ARK II1: 111; i: v NOTIFIED that a l:iil nf Complaint foi I Hi on • has bean fliil acalnat you, ai d are icqulred to wrvi a eo\n of \..ui : to the l;i of Complaint for %  on the plalatifr* .HI T & I;K\M l-.'n Lin .. %  Miami Beaob, Florida, and file the "i initial Answer In tl". Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 2nd day of February, 1954 01 •> I '• %  %  • Pro font, .KO ,11 |„ nai *,. i DATED it Miami. Florida, tliia 2l!h • nUvi i: B. LBATHERMAN. i 'lerv i reali Coui t, Did. Count), Ho Bfi IL II ,:l.-i: II; fSeal) i i. it) Clerk I 1-8-15-22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKI:I:I;V I;IVE,N that th.. ifnilct aluh'.rl, .1 • • it irij to eng with the Clerk of the Circuit Coi l of i tnty. Florida. FIBER i.i.AS.s INDL'STRIES, I HOMER I. MAPl.ow ne) for iIbet <;.. Inc. IIS I irfor I Building, Miami, I I I-8-1S-22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31720B In Re ESTATE 'I u II.I.IAM u i M.II %  I lecaaaad To All Creditor* and All Peraona Hiving Claims or |i,.|iiaiid* Aga n-t i Batate: Von. ami each of you, are h. • %  notified and required to praaanl any rlalma anil demanilH whirh you. or either of you. may have aaainat the eatati of WILLIAM WnlJ-'K. rte, ,-,l In t. of Haile County, Florida. !o the Honorable County Judfe* of Dad* County, anil file the aame in th-::offleea In the County Courthouae iji Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar month* from th date of tin* firm pui, iiiation hereof sai.i eui ..i lamanda bj contain the legal adilie.-a of the rlaiinalit and to M to and preHi-nted aa aforeaald. or s.inie ill b* barred. Date I '• %  < %  mber 21, A. D. lt&S. ARTIIIIt A. KIMMEL, Aa ExacutOI of the Ijist Will and Testament of WILLIAM WOLFF', Do t MOItTi >N lit >TH EN BERG Attorney foi Bxacutoi I 1-1-15 .I... of |.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tJIVEN tl tin. underalgii.-il. id siting to enaag* eaa umb r the flctltlou* name KI.KXolli'S. ,t I VIMI \ \\ 7lh At Intend to reirtatei aald name with t i 'i.i k of the i 'II i nil i '..in t ,,f i >., >, F'lorldV NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned. desiring to engage In hualness under the flctltlou* name "f SI'NSCT (HFTWARE, at mil 5th Street. Miami Beach, Intend to reg1.1 name w lib the lielk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. IKVINtl BEROER SAM I I.I. UOFK 12/1I-2S — 1/l-X IOUS NOTICE UNDER FICTIT NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned. dealiins to engage In bualneaa under the flctltlou* name BEAUTY NICHE 1IKAITI at 3200 N. W. TSth Stteet. register aald name with the Circuit Court of K "'" d *BELLE PKPPKK HELEN FAHRIS (Sole Owner*) 1/1-H-1T.-22 .. of SALON, Intend to the Clerk of Dade Count), N COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 25853 [IF?: ESTATE op .OILS N SMITH, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO* HAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is herein given '*|a*W hav. filed my final leisnt and petflfnn for Flnal Dlachara;* as KxerutrrajToT the estate Of LOUIS \ SMITH. dMhaed and that on the 19th day of Jnnuats. IIS4. will appl) to the Honoaable W ILANTON. County .ItidgeBal Daile ,?RIC MANVILLE KRWIN It. ELLER s. BAUNCE ,ttiN*na9**V>r Ai*.It, ants 1717 Cotlfreaa Bblg. It, IS-25 — 1/1-8 County, Florida, for apfiroval^B said final report and for ffnnl iliarhatg as Bxertitrix of the estate ol Lor IS N. SMITH. Deceaaed Thia 2:'nd day of December, 1953. LETTIE AUSTIN SMITH HUTNER ;• 111 I'NKH. B*q*. '.th Floor oUinpta Building Miami. II .< Attorneys for Executrix i/1-g-u-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HPKKHV OIVEN that DIVIDEND INCttASE/ ,0 3% p*r veor, / BBB affective /C^f W Jon. 1 { 3a. ^ payable \^^J ^^^fci Jun* 30. \ -^_ja* Sav* nay at \_^ tOt*L **VlNOS \t$/' "Mi atACM OFFicca^l lit of the bade County, INC. Circuit Court SERVICE %  •ONFK.TION, -,.|e owner PALI "T, BILVBR .• Ml LLOI Attorney* foi s;er\ i,e Confection, me. I a-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualnras under the fl, tltioua name of PITCH F oltK DRIVE-IN and UKSTAURANT, at 1221 Fifth St Miami Beach. Florida. Intend* to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A I KLEINMAN HAROLD /.INN Attorney for A. I. Klelnman 12/2.1 — l/l-I-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTI'-F: IS HEREBY tJIVEN that the underalgned. itealrlng t, engage in business under the fictitious name of HOBO LolNUE AND COFFEK sll'ip. at ;:i"l Hlse.iMie Boulevard, Intend* to reglater xAbl name >\ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Courtty, Floildn. O \nSA.M I'I iRP. MAC MBRMBLL Attorney for Applicant 14l lllscayne Bldg. 1 I-X-15-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 16i038 HERMAN J. I;I:I:K.\I:KI:';. PI* \ i ALICE A OREENBER":. I H r< NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< MP "E A iREF:NBBR! (His Yellowatone Boulevard I %  • i Hills, fxiiig Island, Ne'A ^ .. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI1 thai a BID "l 'omplalnl for 11 li.. I.., n file,i agalnat i ou in above ent.t .-it cauac and iron i •• -i '-. aerv* %  cop! of your Anawer to the Pin of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorneya, and flat nal in th* office "f th* 'lei i "ii i-int Conn on th* .i ii da ..f Januai y, l',.t ol hei • i 11. :,. i -I.. • mfeaai a ii be %  e.I IU.I i -t you • il be pni. 1 1 •! %  %  %  K for four v in Tin: JEWISH FLORID1AN I 'at. %  at Miami, ilot 1.1.,, tin i • K B LBATHERMAN, clerk, circuit BY \\ M W ST. .i"k ;. Deput) I'Al.l.ol'. SILVER AMil.I.' IT Attorney* f"t Plaintiff 701 'ongrea* PuiMing, Miami, Fl i II .''. I l--15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN that the umleisigneii. dealrina t, anaTaa;a tn :••-under the fictltiou* name APTti MAINTENANCE SERVICE. ..t :'4i" N w. atth Street, Miami. It-.-.-nd to tegister saill name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Flotilla. CHARLES TH IRRUELLA ELWOOD 1-: HORTON MANUEL LUBEL Attorney for Applicant* 121 Hagler St • :., — l/l- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY (JIVEN th*t the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of BETTY'S B CHUCK'S GROCERT, at '.'04.1 N \\' 7th Stt.et. Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Hot Ida. CHARLES DeMARCO KESSLER IIAlts Attorneys for Applicant 17S2 W Fiagler St. |l/li 1 I • ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTWITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Coll the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 3-43C • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 165171 DOROTHY U. HUGHES, Plaintiff -against-' .loil.v H. HUOHE8, Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION YOU, JOHN H HUUHB8. realdenre unknown, are hereby notifi.il that a Pill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed again*! you, and you are reipilred to seive a copy of your Ana• i or Pleading to the Hill of Complain! on the plaintiffs attorney, MAX It SILVER. IXS Bay-bold Hulldtut--. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clark "f the circuit Court on or before the l-t day "f February, m.n. if you fail to ii., BO. judgment by il,-fault will be taken agalnat you for the relief demanded In the HIM of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 3tb day of De. ember, INS. i: It. I.KATIIKItMAS, CletBf Circuit Court. Dad* County, F'lmhin r. \1 •'. OREEN. ti'lrcuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk MAX It. SILVER Attorney f,.r Plaintiff 121 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida 1 l-t14-22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA: IN PROBATE, No 31763-B In Re ESTATE OF SARAH Hi:ilNSTi:iN. Deceaaed To AII Creditor* and All Pi i aoni li In| Claim* at Dein.inda Against Said You and each of )ou, arc betel,>• notified and required t>. preaent any I'limn and demanda which you, or eltbej ,,f ii.it, ma) have agalnat the %  f s.tRAli I:I:I:N -•i'i:i\". .ie•..%  i lati %  \i York County, New York, to th. Honorable Count) Judges of Dole Cuntc in,I file the aame in th.ii office* nt tin County Courtounty, Florida, wlthhl 11. ndai mnnih* ft >m the • Hi, flral publli ati.'i. hereol Sal.i claims or •!• in.imis to contain the legal addi • • %  ol t hi i lalmant and to be aworn to ami pi earn ted as afOJ •salii. ,.r -atne win be barred Date 1 •. ce.illlel ft, A D || MILTON PI:ILNSTI:L\ A AnHllnrv Adiniitlatrator of the llstate of SAU.MI HERKSTEIN, I %  eased. KOVNER A MANNHEIMBR Attorney* for Ancillary Administrator l/l-d-15-21 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 27981-B RE: ESTATE OF SOLOMON POIK1ARBKT, also knoun as Sol Podgaraky, Dt I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hareb) given that I h.v file,I nn final report and petition for I iti.ii rttacharg* .,Adm nlatratrlx ^f the ,-'. r S< H.i >Mi IN PODOAB> sKY. also known as,,| Poilgar-kv. deceaaed; and that on the 2<*th ili\ of January, IM4, I vrlll apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dad* County, Flotilla, for approval of final report and for final discharge aa Ailnunlstratrix of the eatate of SOLOMON PODOAR8KT, also known as S.,1 Poolgaiakv, deceaaed. This 1.1th day of December. IV:. JESSIE PoDC.AKSKY MYERS, IIK1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneya for Jeasie I'oilgarskv. A


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JANUARY 8, 1954 *kwisttk>ridkn PAGE 11 A .IGIOUS DIRECTORY II HEBREW SCHOOL AND i AT ION will hold Friday Services at 5:30 p.m. Late f arc al 8; 15 p.m., when pinion April will officiate BUM: A Recipe For Sucattirday morning tsrvta • 1:30 am., when Alan, son iid Mrs. Bennie Stone, will Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Berliner will render the mu(>r1 tons of the liturgy. A Mishna is scheduled for ., followed by Mincha and eudos. • • • (LERGRANADA JEWISH PN1TY Center will hold Fri line services at 8:15 p.m., 1. Leo Hi mi officiating and ag: A Community That toward Human Betterment. [Mrs. Charles Adelman will at the Oneg Shabbat fol|n honor of Mr. Adelman's Saturday morning servat 9 a.m., when David, son |nd Mrs. Milton Tow, will Bar Mitzvah. • • • GABLES JEWISH CENhold Friday evening servJ l"' pin. with Rabbi Morofficiating and discussjm Egypt To America. |Winokur will participate. morning services will be a.m., when Stanley, son kd Mrs Nat Winokur. 5529 Coral Gables, becomes irah. He will interpret the leremiah during the Torah The Winokurs will be the Kiddush following. ving Robinson will renusical portions of the liH ISRAEL NORTH TER will hold Friday %  frvut's at 8:.'!0 p m with Louis ("assel officiating and 1654 To 1954. Cantor lln'/ will render the mil %  ons of the liturgy Sat Hrning services are at 9 %  r Phillip M Bardack, son %  Mrs. Sidney S. Bardack, Bar Mitzvah The Barbe hosts at the Friday meg Shabbat and the following the Bar Mitzvah V Saturday morning. • • • JACOB CONGREGATION Friday evening services ml 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi escheloff officiating and g: Little Books. Cantor eingarten will render the portions of the liturgy. aturday morning services, ibi will preach on the serWithin The Community. services are at 9 a.m.. unriirection of Benjamin y. Kiddush will follow he auspices of the Sister ith Mrs. A. Bergman and ron \\ eingarten serving as s. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m.. by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi loff will discuss the Weekly Daily services are at 7 a.m. and at 5:15 and 5:45 M>LE ISRAEL of Miami will riday evening services at r iv, with Rabbi Joseph Narot ting and discussing: Dr. f's Challenge To Religion, %  y morning services are at Cantor Jacob Bornstein fider the musical portions of irgy. • • • MIAMI JEWISH CENTER hold early Friday evening es at 5:30 p.m. Late servat 8:39 p.m., when Rabbi Waxman will officiate and fs: Song Of Hope. The Onabbat following will be prot>y Mr. and Mrs. A. Mulnick |>nor of their daughter Sue 's birthday. Saturday mornervices are at 9 a.m. Junior res will be at 11 a.m. Mincha S:30 p.m., followed by Maariv. %  • • AOftA JEWISH CENTER will Friday evening services at p.m.. with Rabbi Max M. Land[ofiiciating. Harold Lazar, Bar son of Mr. and Mrs. Selar. will chant the Kiddush by the mixed choir. Topic Rabbi's sermon will bet V/e Live By Deeds — Not Years. An Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Lazar in honor of then son, will follow Karly evei services will be held at 5:15 p.m.. IllCted by Rev. Rudolf K. Brill. Service! will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, when Harold Lazar will be'"iii, Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Landman will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 11 a.m.. in the Maloff room. Mincha is scheduled for 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 and 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and discussing: Prayers. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sirkus will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 8:15 a.m., when Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and beginning a series of talks on the subject of God and man. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: And Thou Shalt Love. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blank in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary. • • • TEMPLE SINAI will hold Friday evening and Saturday morning services dedicated to Stanford Hallem and his parents on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah. The Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hallem, and a reception will follow the ceremony on Saturday morning. Cantor Joseph W. Malek and the Temple Choir, under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman, will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate and.flifcusa^Tke) EteaMl Of %  feion. Daily 9 aA k %  .0" HIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS Jewish Community Center will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Harry Ett i n g e r officiating. Community Chest Sabbath will be observed during the service. Subject of Rabbi Errin|er*s sermon is scheduled as: Our Obligations To The Community. The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. William Kneapler. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating. The choir will be under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz will be presented with a Scroll of Honorary Membership during the service. Subject of the sermon by Rabbi Shapiro is scheduled as: What Constitutes Leadership. Louis Heiman, past president, will introduce Mayor Aronovitz as guest speaker. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Floral offerings are by Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Keseiman. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Spencer, son of Mrs. Betty Shyder, will take place. Student services are at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • -., • w" BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5J5 p.m. Saturday i morning services.are at 8:30 a.m., i when Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: Our Future. At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services arc at 7:30 a.m., fallowed by a class, in Mishna. Min-. cha is at 5i30 p.nV, followed by a class in Jewish laws and customs. A class in Gemorrah is slated for Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. • • • IITH El. CONGREGA T ION will hold Friday evening services at C. L. Clements, president of the Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami Beach, gives the Israel Bond Organization his vote of confidence by purchasing a bond from Mrs. Louis Glasser, Greater Miami chairman of the organization. I.vmlvrs 1'rge Kond thrive Support An additional S250.000 must be sold in State of Israel Bonds in the Greater Miami area prior to March 1st, if Operation Windup is to be considered a success, Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the organization in this area, reported this week. Operation Windup represents the final phase of the Independence Issue. To date. Miamians have purchased more than $500,000 in this issue. Mrs. Glasser added: "The people of Miami have responded magnificently every time we have called on them. Their efforts during the last BIG Day helped push sales past the $500,000 mark, and we know they will not fail us in this final phase of this issue." At the same time, Mrs. Glasser announced that C. L. Clements, president of the Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami Beach, had given his vote of confidence to the Israel Bond Organization by personally purchasing some bonds. A special Policy Committee has been set up to guide the organization in this area. Plans are being made for special functions designed to underline the importance of providing cash for Israel now. Mrs. Glasser is chairman of the Planning Committee. :lfl p.m. Saturday morning serv* ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and discuss: Amidst Raging Waters. Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz will conduct a class in Talmud at 4:45 p.m. Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and a discussion of the Portion of the Zohar by the Rabbi. Junior services are in Academy Hail at 10 a.m. • %  • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evading services at 5 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officialing. Subject of his sermon is scheduled as: Ten Years In Retrospect — An Anniversary Message. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy Robert Michael Rosenberg, swi of Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, and Richard Lewis Steinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Steinberg, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will preach on the topic. The Steps To Redemeption. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Sunday morning services are at 8. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening assisted by the Center Choir. Sat-1 services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi urday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Lehrman will discuss the Weekly Portion. The Bar Mitzvoth of David, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kross, and David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick, will take place at that time. • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will bold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing: My Neighbor And I. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. when j witz. ROOM WANTED Young Toronto business womon needs furnished bed-sitting room for about foer woods I in February, with congenial family. Slight kitchen privileges. Please, where no pits are kept. Kindly note" rate:' Miss' A., B6V 2973, Miami 18. FOR SALE ON, BEACH Duplex — Side by Side 1 Five-Room Apt. — 1 Three-Room Apt. $14,000 240', Meridian Ave. Ph. 58-6488 NEW R. C. ALIEN CASH REGISTERS $149.50 ALLEN BUSINESS MACHINE CO. 908 Sooth Miami Ave. PHONE 2-2615 %  tat* i I I I I n ROOM AND BOARD In private home, reasonable. Nice rooms — good food — garden — television. 1366 S.W. 15th St., Phone 82-6082. 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I% % %  1 : *je*!§iIZgi§ML FRIDAY. JANUl PAGE 2 A Is Formed Here First meeting of the newlj formed North Shore Disl Zionisl i %  w. s S mour H National Executive tive "i the South %  in. the committee on << ;'' : nounced that all members enrolled would bi charter members ol the new ZOA district Serving on the i committee in addition to Lelchuck are Mitchell Reiner. Hen Starr, Max Weiss, Judge Theodore Nel son. B. Solantch, Oscar Lelchuck, M.iI Bnglander, .lack Bernstein and Abraham Selecoll. This new district will be the emhth local group of the ZOA in South Florida Spinoza Forum Edward Ctarke. ol the I'm ol Mi'Mil. will *' ^ l "' s| New ZOA Group 500 Expected to Attend Combined Appeal's Initial Gifts Dinner Sunday T&3 m rt. Miami Bh "" k ,11 LM will Beth El Radio Hour radio hour u/MIl on Friday at %  lun %  I ''lieb\ j i Swirtk) on How [„ \ .,,,,,,1 God In A si rbu Hadassah Opens Evening Book Review on Tuesday Fire In The Ashes, by Theodore II. White, ithe book selected for the first evcnin.L: review of the season by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein's dramatic condensation of the novel will be given at Temple Belli Sholom on Tuesday, January 12th. 8:30 p.m Mrs. Morri> Alpert i coordinator of the book rc\ h • %  • %  series Checking final plans for the Combined Jewish Appeal Initial Gifts dinner at the Di Lido Hotel on Sunday, Januaiy 10th, are (left to riant' Benjamin B. Rosenteerq, executive director o Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Samuel C. Levenson Initial Gifts dinner chairman; James Ccmoll. manager of Di L:\o Hotel; and Aaron M. Kanner, CJA campaign chairman. The traditional advance gifts event is expected to attract 500 persons. UJA leaders Edward M. M. Wcrburg and Dr. Joseph Schwartz will be principal speakers. Continued from Page 1 A Joint Installation n Sunday at Shelborne : .>,, sure LouiD Brandeb No 199, Free ,.„,, .; by ol I-r.,. 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HH^^H^^^I^^^^^^I • PAGE 12 B *jt„Kfrkrrt*2£_ TODAY, IANUABYI Kronengold Agency Will Handle Scrip Service For Israel this week announced that the George Kronengold Travel Service, of Miami and New York, has been appointed agent for the sale of Scrip and Parcel Certificates to Israel. Kronengold has set up a series of conducted monthly tours to Israel. According to the announceGeorge Krontngoii ment. independent travel can also be arranged. In a statement here. Kronengold said that "in order to give a complete service to the residents of Dade County, our travel agency will now also have available the Scrip and Parcel Certificates.*' The George Kronengold Travel Service has been established in the Governor Clinton Hotel in New York since 1931. and. as of January. 1953. opened a branch office in the Chamber of Commerce Building. Miami. A resident of Miami Beach and in charge of the branch office. Kronengold has had 28 years of worldwide travel experience and specializes in tours to Europe and Israel, in addition to handling all airline and steamship tickets. In charge of the local branch office, he recently returned from a flying trip to Europe and the Jewish State. JWV Ladies' Auxiliary Plans Membership Social A Membership Social will be held by the Ladies Auxiliary Norman Bruce Brown Post, JWV, on Sunday, January 10th. 2:30 p.m.. at Ruby's Restaurant. A Fashion Show will be presented by Shaheens of Honolulu and narrated by Lolly Logue. Mrs. Al Kessler is membership chairman. Listen To SCHACHTER'S New Yiddish Program Every, Sunday, WMBM, 12 to 2 p.m. This program is Hifirst and has ti. largest listening audience Features the Jewish Philosopher NORMAN R. LYONS. NGWS and SHOSHANA SPECTOR JWH Chaplain* Slaie Pvoavam* tor KEWYORK >, Eiehhorn, director oi Held oi Uons of theC U Chaplaincy oi the N.I v Jewish Welfare Board, will ,, duc two Department oi D I I '• M sponsor ed religious retreats tor Walter Reed Army^edica Jewish chaplains in the Far M Mr. Washington D.C Vj-JJ onjer it was announced by Rabbi Joseph „ Lookstein, chairman oi the h y r< Manil( I)1V1 Commission. .,.. I for men Fourteen chaplains hlltaH i"^, ... !. in Japan. Okinawa the PUIhptae. tanjj ^^ and Guam will gather at the retreat MUM > ^ in Japan to be held from Januarj '" ne J ,„„ fo Armfll l„h to January !** %  !" !" tSS. l SSA %  """ Serrlee* Cm .; which represents th.' three lies in the US. •• hsvo cum „ i, -Mi chaplaincy irement program in which IWB and the three Rabbinical bod een iointly • ngased since it, | summer oi 1950 Women's Meeting Held Regular monthly meeting of the Hebrew Academj Women was held Wednesda) afternoon at the Blackstone Hotel Mr*. Sidney RubinowiU presided at the session, which heard announcement that the annual Pictorial Journal will be issued later in the Winter. Kellogg Prize Winner Arrives A sixteen >..,, old rju Karen Pohle. winner of prize in the recesj u Kellogg Orang, B., W | (' corted by 33 member* Jfi View High Sch-..| KooibJ arrived in Miami last? a chartered Delta c 4 cT The group. acconp^3 en's mother. Mr ,J JMI. Mr. J. Tnmbale Ba Football coaches l.eo CotJack Endrick. were guethl Robert Clay Hotel four-day stay in Miami %  Adolphe MeojoD of Chase TV announces a 3% dividend! IIHCOIN IOAD ffl^ESj "If you save at Chase Federal Savings of Miami Beach, this giant '3' enclosing my words has a happy significance. "This is Chase Federal's way of telling you that dividends have been increased to 3%, compounded semi-annually. Open or add to your account on or before January 10th and receive a full year's dividend at the new 3% rate in 1954. §§ AND • A>>OC,.,, 0 „ C L CLf ^NTS. PRESIDENT



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JANUARY 8. 1954 B'rith Youth ed at Meet [B'rith Youth Night will be of a meeting of Miami igojpnai ^'rifh fn<|\'j^ ^evening.'January 13th. 8 Hibiscus Masooic Auditorcording to an announcebre by Gilbert Ralkin. presiMt Beckerman. chairman of MI B'rith Youth Organizanmittee, will be in charge program, with Jerry Carver. of Youth Groups for the Florida, assisting. light of the evening will be Mentation of a play. Mary Jeets Mr. People, by Belle 1 of B'nai B'rith Girls. Pre* \the chapter is Susan Lamb. | Cook is advisor. explained that appointa Nominating Committee officers of the Lodge for king year will also be made %  the meeting. iricklin Will Speak pity of Miami Chapter of ill meet on Sunday evening, 10th. 8 p.m.. at Beth David lie. Principal speaker will tllmda Bricklin in a discus personal experiences on: |A Kibbutz. •mil the Uula to bv 1 fir I'd at ill'in if 19inn vr pginal musical cantata, eswritten tor the sixth ani>rew Academy dinner by Jexander S. Gross, will be lie many highlights of the at the new Di Lido Ho-' aday night, January 17th. tan 60 students of the Mi |h school will participate Igram, entitled Et Livnot Po Build. A special platunusual lighting efsing built by the Di Lido i-minuiipresentation, ntata will trace the hise Academy, depicting its ear by year, in 1947, only ients comprised the enD1. and today a capacity it of 252 pupils calls the [Academy home for most kit will call upon the lead[Greater Miami Jewry to ph iml the Academy in its Or | new building, one delta meet the pressing needs nation's fastest growing [community—South Florida. ps of the present school at tet are taxed to the utmost, iGross said here. %  trshon Miller, dramatic Dr of the Academy, and Mrs. annerstag have teamed with j Gross for the cantata. Mrs. %  rstag, musical director, refthat this year's program will best in Academy history. narators have star billing, |ing Aaron Fensternheim. liel Zemel, Valerie MamIKI Seymour Spolter. All are pupils of the Academy. A ll dance group will be diby Miss Ayala Bricklin, an Finy instructor. *Je*lst> nor Mian PAGE 5B • ^ Some 1,500 persons attended the groundbreaking ceremonies for Temple Beth Sholom's new sanctuary which, when completed, will be situated adjacent to the congregation's present site. Scenes photographed at the impressive gathering include (upper left) Leon I. Ell, Beth Sholom president, and Ralph Spero, vice president and coordinator of the campaign. Center are Jack A. Abbott, president of the Men's Club; Abraham Sch iff, George Cohen. C. Greenberg and Abraham Zinncmon, honorary trustees; Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of the PTA; John Serbin. Jr.. president of the Confirmation Class of 1954; and Mrs. Bert S. Klee. Sisterhood president. Right are Sydney J. Greenberg, Beth Sholom education director, Cantor Samuel Kelemer and Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader. Bottom (le ft) digging into the ground at the ceremonies is Samuel Beckerman, honorary chairman of the Campaign Cabinet. At Beckerman's right are Harry Dinnerstein and David Provus, representatives of the Designated Gilts Committee. Center (bottom) are Jonas Brotman, Herbert Linick and Mrs. Alfred R. Rajna, representative members of the Committee of 100 Beth Sholom Builders. Breakina ground (bottom, right) are members of the Construction Committee and Campaign Cabinet. These include Burnett Roth, Morris Alpert. Ralph Spero, Samuel Beckerman, James Albert, Louis J. Krensky, David Pollack, John Serbin, Sidney D. Ansin, Morry B. Morris and Joseph L. Arkin. Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro looks on. **. >li.-iini.ius \;i I HIMI Xiirth Short* Show Tni'silnu 1 vCharles Silvers, chairman of the Construction Committee, is shown digging into the earth to open Beth Sholom's groundbreaking ceremony for the synagogue's new sanctuary. To JIM Board A number of Greater Miami welfare leaders have been elected or re-elected to the Board of Directors of the Joint Distribution Committee, major American agency aiding distressed Jews abroad, accordine to an announcement this week by Moses A. Leavitt. JDC executive vice chairman. The election took place at the 39th annual meeting of the Joint Distribution Committee, which was held recently at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. Elected to the Board as new members were internationally known philanthropist. J o seph Cherner of Miami Beach and Washington. DC, and Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The Jewish Floridian. Reelected to the Board were Stanley C. Myers, William D. Singer, Jacob Sher and Dr. Kurt Peiser. All have served as major officials with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the agency which conducts the annual Combined Jewish Appeal. Stairway To The Stars Luncheon and Fashion Show sponsored by the North Shore Jewish Centes Sisterhood at the new Sterling Hotel on Tuesday. January 12th, 1:30 p.m., will also include a program of entertainment, highlighted by a famous comedian and an eleven-year-old boy singer, Kenny Wagner Saal is Chairman The Adult Social Group will sponsor a dancing party evening at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Irving Sail is chairman. *3U> va vi rro. 1 jwiKpm '•Sit vpv £*i Aabbl Joseoh E. Backovakr •45 Michigan Avanna Miami Beach Phone S-35S5 Mesdames Nat Stein, Eugene Schwarz and Daniel Wagner are accepting reservations. Sisterhood members will model, headed by Mrs. Jack Klinger. j 1 U r V* It" A v .v~ uKr 0 u, irndpmv Choir to participate in the musical program at the lured above is the "*""*£""££ Hotel. Left to right (top) are Barry Honig, Perry >ua dinner January 17th >" ^e Di Lid oW H H Ann Gface ^^ nent. Seymour Spo \er. Melvin^ e g t ;^*^ Jack Shapiro Front row (i ef lo righ ) are .lene Mamches. Carl & J" ^" el 1 M^ovsky. Nathaniel. Zemel. Carolyn Grey. Faith S£JM!r^?M %  B enenleld M elvin — and Donna Genet. For the Sabbath and every occasion when oaly the best is good enough! MANISCHEWITZ America's Favorite KOSHER WINE FINUCIB AM NltlED IT MOKUCH HW CtMrMtt. INC. N IUMVMI. mmi. H r. Exclusive Distributers NATIONAL WINES. INC. SAM BLANK, rVe$. Phone 3-739



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^viislfcUEIIiDiriidlHoin Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY -Number 2 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 8. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS isians Asked To Permit Jewish Migration fan Policy Spurs Latent Nazi Activity: \ria Revives Old Hitler Technique Blaming Jews for 'Discriminating' |LTON FRIEDMAN JTA IGTON — Austria has tier's technique of s for "discriminating ans." In expressions of the Austrian r, Austrian authoriiccused Jewish organdiscrimination against ause of efforts to the benefit of Jewish e small consideration rties confiscated by of Austria today favors former Nazis over Jews in settling claims arising from the Hitler era. The situation is such that one Jewish authority who participated in the reparations negotiations with West Germany feels there is a greater danger of a Nazi revival in Austria than in Germany. He is Dr. Noah N. Barou. of England, a leader of the World Jewish Congress. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. speaking for the Joint Executive Board for Jewish Claims on Austria, said "the deadlock in the present negotiations seems to indicate that the Austrian Government does not share the universal view that measures for the benefit of the cistims of Nazism must precede action in favor of incriminated Nazis." Austria has rejected, in effect, joint proposals by 22 major Jewish organizations and the Federation of Austrian Jewish Commu-i nities. The Jews sought for some time to aid victims by reclaiming the value of a small fraction of JERUSALEM (JTA)—The weeklong meeting of the Zionist Actions Committee, policy-making body of the Zionist movement between sessions of the World Zionist Congress, concluded here following the adoption of resolutions calling upon the Soviet Union and the other Communist countries to permit the emigration of Jews to Israel, expressing concern over the Western Powers' wooing of the Arab states at the possible expense of Israel and approving structural changes in the Zionist organizational make-up. The Zionist leaders from all parts of the world expressed their shock at the fact that Zionist leaders have been tried and sentenced to severe prison terms in Rumania, Czechoslovakia and Hungary for their Zionist activities. The Actions Committee declared that it the loot stolen by Austrian Nazis. There were painful months was identifying itself with imprisof negotiation. At first Austria conceded in principle. Eg, Dr. Schwartz in Talks: ml Gifts Dinner Set at DiLido Hotel day ed community leaders [ on Sunday evening, at the Di Lido Hotel, greatest fund camhistory of the CornAppeal, lliant pre -campaign ed by Chairman Samuel in, is expected to sur•irds in advance gifts. |ar attraction of the trackoff event will be the of Edward M. M. WarSerai chairman of the rish Appeal, and Dr. Jorhwartz, executive vice of the UJA. who will ^on-the-spot" reports on in Israel. Warburg, a [and dynamic speaker, has Rational reputation for his opic service and partichis work with refugees. be helped plan and or ae now famous mass air|fer to Israel of an entire immunity in Arab lands. chwartz is an international on refugee problems and led a reputation as a key %  I tdmari M. M. tV.rl.irf •rjMiit^ air lift figure in shaping historic mass migration of more than a half million Jewish men, women and children from distressed areas of Europe to Israel and the United States. Among prominent local leaders jvho will participate in the program will be Max Orovitz, president of Mount Sinai Hospital and for many years an active civic worker and campaigner. Stressing Miami's responsibility for strengthening their local and communal services, Orovitz will point up graphically the extent of aid rendered to the Jewish population by those agencies receiving funds in the annual Combined Jewish Appeal. "A strong local community with effective institutions working for positive Jewish values is a necessary prerequisite if we expect to help national and overseas agencies, and more particularly, the new State of Israel," said Campaign Chairman Aaron Kanner, at a recent meeting of the Initial Gifts Committee. "If we are not healthy, strong and effective on the local level, we can be of little help to those institutions and causes beyond the confines of our own community," Kanner declared. He pointed out that local institutions can survive as effective instruments serving Greater Miami Jewry only if they receive their minimum requirements from the community in which they function. Kanner early this week released figures indicating the extent to which CJA dollars perform lifesaving tasks overseas and help keep open the doors of countless welfare and health institutions in the community here. He said that more than 50,000 were served in Greater Miami through the six local beneficiaries of CJA last year. Medical, and emergency care at Mount Sinai Hospital, benefited more than 7,000 persons. Aged Continued on Pa§# 2 A >lisher to Make Tour of Israel I Fred K. Shochet. editor and publisher of The Jewish foian. this week accepted an invitation extended by the •rnment of Israel to make a tou* of the State with a group ^glish-Jewish newspaper owners. Exact departure date for [trip has not been announced. Or. lattmh 1. Schwartz wirk with refujees oned and exiled Zionist leaders and called for their release from jail and emigration from the satellite countries. The resolution also called on the world to take note and protest against the "hostile and vengeful activities" of the Egyptian and Iraqi Governments for "fabircating judicial proceedings against Jews" in those countries on the grounds that they are Zionists. Changes Decided The resolution on organizational changes called for the establish ment of territorial Zionist organizations in countries outside Israel, which would include all parties in the country as well as non party members. Where the local Zionist groups feel that such an or ganization is unnecessary the matter will be referred to the Zionist executive for final decision. The question of affiliation of individual Zionists who are not members of any party shall be decided in each country by a majority of j the local Zionist groups in the en-, visioned territorial organization,, the resolution said. Should such a decision not be arrived at, the matter would again be referred for i final action to the Zionist execu-1 tive. Israel Finance Minister Levi Esh-1 Itvi Itkktl Still foe* dangers kol, addressing the final session of the meeting, appealed to Zioni-N in all countries to add investments to their contributions to Israel. 'If every Zionist had built a hou>e in Israel, planted a small orange grove or invested a little money here, how different it would lo ik today." he said. Mr. Eshkol warned that Israel still faces a tremendous danger and pointed out that the tendency of contributions to Israel to drop off may add to that danger. David Ben


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to^€li/fcr*feCrRIDAY. JANJAHY^ BEBREW ACADEMY SCHEDULES DINNE Dinner Leaders Urge All-Out Support Of Affair at DiLido on January 17th Utters Praise Hebrew Academy; i srat | Leaders, Educators Kxprcss Interest All-out support by the entire Greater Miami Jewish community for the sixth annual Greater Miami Hebrew Academy dinner WM called for this week bv the three co-chairmen of the (unction, a i Binder. Charles Fruchtman and Mrs. Jennie £rossinger. The SlOO-a-couple affair, annually one ofjho social MghUgMi ol all Florida, is scheduled for Sun-i day night. January 17th. in the w hJeB last year packed in more Cotillion Room of the new Di Lido fhan g^j p^^ps a t the Miami Hotel, on the ocean at Lincoln ^ Au(1ltonum M that tne The co-chairmen invited all resi-. Hebrew Academy remains undents and visitor! in the area to i questionably the greatest bulwark attend this outstanding event of: and guarantee for an intelligent the season and to make the re' f uture generation of leaden in sponse of the community unani-j Greater Miami and American Jew mous. ish life Fruchtman. who served as chair-; "The Hebrew Academy." man of the fifth annual dinner ; Fruchtman declared, "has captured my imagination a.no communal Letter! Of prai-e U> the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy have come from evetj lectton of the world within the past years, including salutations from two of the State ol larael'i leading dip lolll.it-. Moabe Sharett, Prime Minister of madi | complete inspection ol the Hebrew Academy in June. 1991 ami reported that "I am I to liml such a modern Academj located • far from New York and the other long-established Jewish communities of America Sharett conversed in Hebrew with students of each Alexander Gross that -v achieved really astonhiV suits. The Academy T showed remarkable knort the Bible i, s comCtl^ history of Hebrew law an 7' subjects." *"' Dr. Leo Jung. Pr^ Ethics at Yeahiva I'n.venST Rabbi Gross that The Academy is among the L? tinguishcd of the 150 iuZ in this country it combuw ally to tradition with mm educational approach aoj dateness of pedagogic ti Dr. Robert Gordis, ProleuT grade of the Academy and reportB j b | e at j ewish The,,!,,.,.!,* •d that. V-.ur linguistic ability marv and Profrw.r ,.r 2!z ires favorabl) with that of students in the same grades in hrael Ambassador Abba S Khan, who is current!) vacationing here, paid hension of the Talmud, .i special tribute t<> Academj stu which I was able to observe a dents who presented I musical im at a testimonial dinner held in Inbehalf at the Saxony Hotel in November, 1951 Academj students gave toproject of its kind in my lifetime The result.in the train young boyand girls are remarkable I am excited about it. and I am proud that there were en leader.with vision and couraj found the Hebrew Academj in our midst and to devote tin towards making it the distinttartoi frcktmon guished institution which it ha,,. hl iinnmt want all „ f mv in) fnerdto do all the) can night's affair %  true taate of l> Binder, who like Fruchtman ,,ke the sixth annual dinner real," th.' Ambassador uid Mrben an a the IM > i., r the most successful ever l Eban, who accompanied the Am rael Bond campaign, called the am certain that our splendid ssador to Miami Beach, asserted, my "a credit to our city, our l>ri community will not fail itThe Academj students touched religion and our nation. The He youth my husband's heart more deeply brew Academy. Binder a-erted. Ma)1 r Ha rold Shapiro, who .than any other honor bestowed must continue to grow to care H mru ... honorary chairman of upon him ton for the -oT.. ol children who are hl function, called upon all South : v -•""" Florid., Jews to "gel behind the MrGrossinger well-known ho. untiring efforts of our thr. • tel operator and civic and religiou.chairmen, who are devoting count that "The Greater less hourto this task which will Miami Hebrew \ has been have as its reward a greater < nd dear to m) heart since er Miami Hebrew Academj inary and Professor of ___ Columbia University, wrote* Gross. "The knowledge of' children of the Hebrew their love of the Bible and< hand, was coupled with i atmosphere which ti-tifiei skill and devotion of th; n3 staff.'Profeasor Abraham H Fraenkel. world famed methematician of the Hebrew University, wrote" Habbi Academy Vital Arms Get Set For Season Committee to I Greet All Guests i To insure an evening th remembered on January ...,, .... ,. '" ,n iin outstanding Reception With the sixth annual dinner Committee, including Mayor and Mrs. Jennie Grossinger Communal Leaders Join in Final Drive Academy Pictoria Journal Depicts BuildingTheme For the tir-t time in the lu-tor\ drawing closer, co-chairmen B. 1 Mrs Harold Shapiro, has been or of the annua H. Binder. Charles Fruchtman and ganized for the sixth annual din Mrs. Jennie Grossinger this week nei "' ''"' "' I |,i redoubled their efforts to make the ,n Edition to the city's leadii 1954 affair the greatest in Hebrew l '"" 1 "' Mr and Mrs teams which mei ln injunction with Academy history. w "' receive the -Moral hundred 'e male members of the forking with the co-chairmen .,n r u, M> l ndu,i H Binder. Ham em) will the the Picl effort ol the Hebrew Acadenu Working with the co-chairmen on R"?f i cU ( e '; Btader, Harry em) will not be issued at ti ...e dinner ticket committee are £ ene TAlexan der S Gross, ner Samuel Riter. Lew,M Escott, Ben „, '"'I",!'""'' '''T" M K "'""> >• In order to provide ru.nrt, jam.n Appel. Samuel M. (irund'" n '' abl on *** Genet. Jack SaWln „. r "' werg. Kolman Luria. Hvman Jab [i n A braham Mason. Burnett Roth, residents, visitors and the /harles Bender, Frank Brick..">'""'" Berman. permanent population here an opSaul Genet. Martin Genet. Mr a nd Mrs. Charles Fruchtman portuni,y t0 advertise in the year Satin. Samuel Reinhard, l-i Benjamin Sherry, Mrs Jennie book, publication hI Spotter. Abraham Maaon, BenG rosner. and Mr and Mrteams changed until I.I Ion. Charles Bender. Frank Brick,l>nu "' Berman. man. Saul Genet. Martin Jack dore Spolt jamin Sherry, ol Sidney Rubinowiti, Hen Win Daniel Broad. Dr. Irwin Makav\f n,)er -, Sa nuel Hitter, Samuel sky. George Kimmel, Harry Genet. until a later date in the Daniel Broad. Burnett Roth. MornS Dubler. Raymond Rubin. Harry Koretzky, Hyman Berman. Charles ( liarcow ry Kor etak) Mornsky, Morris Cohen, Aaron Lauer, M. Grundwerg, Charles' Bender M '' V| n Firtel and Mr lei Martin Genet, Samuel Reinhard r > Sussman, who are -rvin Irwin Makovsk) "*£" ,r ol the .lour,. Gross, Leo Gelvan, William Farr Alex Miller. Sol Goldman, Harold Turk. Rabbi Jacob Andron. Joseph Cohen. Rabbi David Shapiro. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Jacob Rahman Mayor Harold Shapiro. Isidore Goldberg. Harry Levitt. Dr. David Andron. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Louis Kaplan and Joseph M Rose! Arrangements Group Maps Final Plans A small, hard-working Arrangements Committee is rapidlv nearing completion of plans to make he dinner at the Di Lido one of ; the finest ever held in the South Members include Nathan Cmburg Herman Eisenberg, Harry Genet. Lewis M. Escott, Charles Bender. ( harles Fruchtman. H i Binder and Mrs. Jennie Gros. singer. The eight have worked together in setting up procedures guaranteedto provide a pleasant evening -ton ', of Miam Hebrew Si' '* me Academy Week On I ihe final period the sixth annual r Harold Shapiro Vl -" Beach B i Mayor %  '" ol Miami have fit h th aH X^.,1A Rag, year.! Pic tonal Journal The Room! erserving as a form of PTAhave again highlighted th. %  :. Itiea with movedk ugnedtel (oniinunity relationfor thr and better parent fitaHjO relaiioai The Fathers' Club rer itelcxtion. naming Kubinortil I hitop executive po-itioo Vi presidents named were A lei I ler. George Kimmel and Jx ment David Seid. recordMf I tary; Aaron S Lauer. col ing .secretary; Isidore Spoiler. nancial secretary: an d Hrickman round out the new i of officers. Sixteen memker-| the group are on the Hoard of i| ernors. Vice presidents of the HeWl Academy Women are the *| dames David Andron. Samuel* hen. Irving Firtel. Harry (>*l Alexander Kogan. Samuel %  and Jerry Sussman Mrs l^t Rackovky serves a* tnu.^1 with Mrs Isidore Spoiler tV*l responding secretar> Mr!, j !" Seld is the social secretary *l Benjamin Kornreich. ren-nWj secretary; Mrs. Samuel M Grj" werg. general secretary: na %  Maurice Mamches. chaplain TJ I %  ^J^j_j{oaL____ Maurice Mamches. cha plain^ Heb : ew ***mv~ Your School ^Vtefit'L'y- %  Wl "" Ihe Ae d "; %  '" ,h "tin roap or even of the entire Academ> n^ : N r n "Today ,h/ve"; •u, l "'-t th?tommuT. UMti "' c !" Mini. J '""' 'he Aeade o ; "" -th its pledge. .Is fit** ] i,.:;;-.." ieii s pledge, • %  hut .ma^ng ^UIKSOS for th,faith | ,U *"'PMI lew i"*!?' Dr *Prat.on for S U W h env b back*round.s, rich ^chotan*, s,u< len:„ .,,„.' H monthgenuine eadershm -i T "'"ininitv Th Academj remained on our waiting list •" '"> %  h -e l^nefited from a school support" chi Whe ,h T U n '" SSL'S* 1 S -la,ons_,.bor.U,ne, „br.r.e,^l her tV m M '"T-whL ,V d r l u hu ch h w,d ""-'"nparable program ^ W^L^J & t&iws suss w ^ A n not ,he ^ -^ Help Th *'' h !Bd raised to u* lor not listen? generous support and UPP<* devoir* I tW It is the greatest hope of the practical



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m FRIDAY, JANUARY PAGE 10 A ( Health Commissioner Slates Views on Smoking and Cancer Sher Named National i'SY at Atlantic City uch story on Times, as well as %  •••. r .. K -.. new program which will ask the 1954 Legislature to provide financial backing for a research program to determine whether there is a relationship between cigarette smoking and cancer of the lung. Acting director of the New York State owned Roswell Park Memorial Institute, one of the world's largest research hospitals, until he helped choose its permanent director in December. 1952. Dr. Levin now includes among his varied %  activities administrative supervision of the hospital situated in Buffalo. "As Assistant Commissioner," Dr. Levin explained. I supervise the activities of Roswell Park, the New York State Rehabilitation Hospital, the Bureauof Cancer Control. Maternal and Child Health. Medical Rehabilitation. Nutrition. Communicable Diseases, Venereal Disease. Heart Disease u t hu. ( encountered in certain in and other miscellaneous program-, dustries chrome, asbestos and including cerebral palsy, narcotic0lher mela || lc dusts ar addiction and chronic dis dangerous What makethe cigar He smiled blithely "On the ette menace so important ithat side. Dr. Levin added. I also do the largest part ol the nationcancer research I will be among population smokes. the men chiefly concerned with One ol the interesting pha the attack on lung cancer, both this field of research for Dr Levin from the standpoint ol research, is why a majority of hea early diagnosis and improved do not develop lung cancer 1-utreatment." He said that New York pect that there iiome -u-ceptiDr. Morton t. levin ot Paris convention versity. Dr Th.mi.iParran, then mmissioner I Hi i lh in Nev. York State suggi st" d thai he coma there to apply public health tech niques to the cancer problem This inten sted me verj much %  cause my mother had died of can c, r two years before, he -aid. In 193b 1 Dr Levin look up Dr Parran's invitation and arrived at, Roswell Park Subsequently, he, conducted surveyfor a cancer problem which resulted in the or ganization of the Bureau of Cancer; Control In 1943 Dr Levin became director of that Bureau Three yean later h< assumed the office which he now holds. While continuing himyriad ac tivities in research and public health. Dr Levin was named dim lor oi the National Commission on Chronic nine--, a post which he held long enough to plan the long range program of the hod\ which inow in operation throughout the I'nited States "I asubsequent!} invited b\ the National Research Council to participate in an international con ference on lung cancer in Lou vain, ium, where I presented my research findings on the subject." Tinwas the lir-t authoritative bod) to agree definite!) thai ( ette smoking u leci led factor m the incidence of lung cancer "l also presented these research findings al the International Cancer I ongress in Paris in 1950." Dr i •• vin explained. Miami Beach chapter ol B'nai Dr Levin has a feeling that the Bnth Women will hold its weekly nation b now entering into a new on Sunday evening. January"lOtn! DM VJSFZ, Ifi "V*"' K "' ""' "' Cancer researcn wh "'h '" 6 p.m. The dinner will honor Ear? 13th ,! fift ". J "" '"' ,ak, n u "' lhe "* %  e ter%  „ 3 h ', h ri ,! p MrsC,are '—• ,r > "No amount of stud) in an, mai-. he said, "win elucidate the problem a a pertains to the hu man being." Praising the work of the Dade County Cancer Institute as the type of research which should be foster ed and which gives future promise of reducing the toll cancer now Treasurer of Convention Kenneth R. Sher Mrs. Bert Sher. 21 n". Street. Miami. as elects *4 >n of Hr Kenneth K. iktr Giller to Write Book on Motels Architect Norman M Ciller, of Miami Beach, will write a book on motels Giller designed the first oceanfront motel built la the Sunny Islei area Commission to write the book came from Architectural Record. monthl) tr.ide publication of the y \v Dodgi 0 rporaUon Giller ialread) working on the book, and he said lure it will serve aa guide to prospective motel builder-, operators and architects who are planning motel"The re-t of the country," he -aid. "has awakened to the fact that South Honda has taken the lead in motel design In the SunPalmer Testimonial Sunday Evening A testimonial dinner to Sidney H, Palmer will be held at the Sterling Hotel. 6767 Collins Avenue. B'nai B'rith Women Slate Parties, Skit Palmer on the occasion of the terj s j n char mination of his fifth term as president of Congregation Beth El. v,. r h c h „ r „ ... ,' „ Ben Essen. Miami attorney, will BriSTwomT Ju TM '" BMi be toastmaster. In charge of ar fv men, h h ,U Week rangements are Rabbi Shmaryahu Lte Cario SSL? &* ,* T. Swirsky. Beth El spiritual lead"wiry S h fi-S ***0 er. Max Silver and Al Zeeman. I ,* dt J 2 30 P ni lected nit, al treasurer of United v "?* Youth at its annual Cf J* held in Atlantic City \ ev rjl December 28th through 30th l Some 800 delegate, th rjUl the country attend, ,| lnc £r convention. Sixteen year ,'t went as a representative %  >( David USY. Which he fcLfJ president. Also attending wak^ from the Greater Miami ar-j, Stanley Rose. Koahi h Shanb., Buddy Sirkin. Shcrs election as national t !" J urcr makes him the ,e,„ rj JS l>er in the Southea-t to be nut to national office in the orgZJ tion. A graduate of CrcaterK ami's Hebrew High School %\ ZM Bureau of Jewish Edueatsu k attended Beth David Svr.^o-J where he won the Matilda bu] Scholarship to Camp Yavaet V,| Hampshire, three yun ago He is currently a juni.r g ami High School, where Sher %  ] a member of the Student CatJ Cabinet. He is also helpir.^ to *| ganize the USY Council .[ D^J and Broward Counties. Sher is the grand-on of Mr ml Mrs. Morris Horowitz. 205 si| 11th Terrace. Miami and Mr. M en Sher. Engelwood N,. j^f Theme of the I SY i >-n M t m | in Atlantic City was: And v, Shall Choose The Life Pn^l Worship And Good D. Vagabonds Add New Material to Club Act Vagabonds Club show has \ tied into midseason stride uithtkl same supporting actas la>l (| but all new material The quanal is aided by Steve Condos and Jnl Brandow. Maria Neglii and >l lenna Martha Ann Bentley Ijrgest cast yet in the Com Boom is headed by the Del SUM! trio with vocalists RuAraaTlJ Mathews and Lynn Ta)L. ski Hawaiian Surfndcrwka am out new inland decor u.a Jw >ong and instrumir.tic activities in behalf of numerou; organizations. Rabbi Shapiro is Speaker JjTJITE ******* Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis%  n 't", "'* tnct will hold a luncheon on Wed ,,„„, Ab ri,nam A. Neuman. prenesday. January 13th. 12:15 p.m. at the Shelborne Hotel. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro spiritual leader of Beth David Synagogue, according to Philip V Salmon, luncheon chairman. Roth inTalk~ Burnett Roth, attorney and Miami Beach city councilman, summarized the results of a session on the McCarran Immigration Act at the regular monthly meeting of the Dade Business and Professional Women's Club when it met at the McAllister Hotel Wednesday Mrs. Juanita P. Lynskey presided. The Education and Vocations Committee is headed by Mrs. Mollie Glazer. Camp Akiha Will Open 29th Season '•amp Akiba this we ek announc?PlMortiie opening of its 28th ""' %  lhe direction of Morns Masada Hears Kalm Eli Kalm was guest speaker at a meeting of Miami Beach Masada in Temple Beth Sholom Thursday evening. Kalm discussed: Seeing Israel Through Prisons. d^ent of D r(1 psie College, and MratLr Rll r r p g r ,sofjwi-oht 'n at La Rues Restaurant. Dropsie College at Philadelphia ££?' !:" U,S Sh -" and Jj^ ,he ,,nl >' allege in the countrv 1 ,, !" amp Ak >a again fea devoted exclusively ,„ wS. |1 UIT ^ M 'Pate and ,aclJS 'amn ate study with special .CS?To £oSf a "" U ln ^c" Hebrew^ and Semitic language ?T and W,K,,lla " of Florida Collect of Architec.uie He r ,.,,. nt | v nam ed consultant bj Harold Sleeper New York architect and author of books on architecture. VM*€r to Mark 4 entennial H>ffc The Greater Miami Jewish C munity Center will celebrate Ce| t • ritual Week in obstlUM M 100 years of the existence oi > &f ish community centers iAsj ica during the week of JaaaH 10th through 16th Nursery schools oi the CeoWl have designated Friday of thai week to celebrate the Cer.:essij On Friday. January 15th. froalj a.m. to 12 noon, the public is | vited to visit the narearj sd w( *j according to Mrs. Ethel (".roaj supervior. There will be n j hi bit ion of crayon drawing-. M*! painting, poster painting. mur *| clay modeling, and other art> *Jj crafts projects representing *J concepts and skills learned • nursery schools. The children demonstrate in songs and dJ Bi< the significance of the holid[ Chamishah Osar BShvat. Hebrew, as well as Awne*] songs, will be sung. e taught, in addition to hnguages as Persian, Turkish Art b.c and Egyptian. AraFunds to establish the college were given by Moses A. Adler Wealthy Dutch Jewry leader n the courses started in 1907. Talk on Zionism Due The weekly luncheon meeting of 12th lt?S d 0 Tuesday Janu ary to,;. S" Pm at ,he National 2£ Se >"" ou 'B. Liebman will be West speaker. Subject is: American Jewry And World Zionism "and resi.len "hvs^' *****. High School, Ph,adH^" r Juni r ney Sherr i a d Ph ,'? Ml r ot Pennsyl an a M", ^^ ^ instructor of art ','' c ""man dv^ 0 a 9 ch. d i reCt0r ^ ** Vocattotial Srica DeparW^ S^'ct Burea u md *P #nd n attlkrt. of the Jawtfh Soe*



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JliewiislhJEItoipidliiGun FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 8, 1954 SEC. B izis Back in Bonn Government By SAM MILLER JTA is Part II of a report on Dr. Konrad Adenauer's newly organized Cabinet in West Germany and gence of Nazism there.) In the early forties. Dr. Theodor Oberlaender, appointed Minister for Refugee and Expellee the new Adenauer Oabinet in Germany, came to Prague for purposes which have never been 1ly clarified. One widely-believed version is that as an SS officer he was engaged in activities to shun the light of day. He himself claims that he fell out of Nazi favor in 1943. postwar era, Oberlaender became best known through his persistent and unbridled attacks enwald, the last Jewish DP camp on German soil, and through his demand, in an address broadmonth, that the Sudeten German question must be solved "along the lines of the Munich Agreeother words, through the annexation of Western Czechoslovakia by Germany, with all the consuch a move would entail. \ the German-Allied Agreements are ratified, it is likely that the millions of concentration camp Its now collected at the headquarters of the International Tracing Service of the Allied High ion will fall into Oberlaender's hands, because questions pertaining to "displaced persons" are Is jurisdiction as Federal Minister for Refugees. (Oberlaender is not the only prominent Nazi in the new German Cabinet. His party colleague Kraft, now Minister for Special Tasks, attained the commissioned ranks of captain (Serial *No. in the General SS, which the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg branded as a crimlization. During the war, he was in charge of the Reich Corporation for Agriculture in the Gov}eneral, the Nazi outfit that siphoned foodstuffs into Germany while starving the Poles. After an collapse, the generally lenient British authoritiesadjudged him so dangerous a Nazi that they him for more than two years. When he was already a Minister of the state of Schleswig Hol[1952, he repeatedly conferred in secret wi.h Dr. Werner Naumann, the Goebbels deputy and Ition kingpin arrested earlier this year for subversive pro-Hitlerite activities, er Minister for Special Tasks who inspires uneasiness is 38-year-old Franz-Josef Strauss (ChrisUnion). This arch-Bavarian butcher's son, fairly bursting with vitality and ambition, was not ing use of unmistakably anti-Semitic innuendoes as recently as two years ago. Details can be page 6246 of the Bundestag protocol recording the Saar debate of July 6, 1951. ad youngest Cabinet member is the Minister of Housing. 40-year-old Dr. Viktor-Emanuel PreuDemocratic Party), a rising star on the political firmament. He was not a Nazi big-shot, but he %  teer for the General SS—which, to repeat, was convicted as a criminal organization at Nuremrose to a non-missioned rank therein. Together with other indications, his position on the %  rations pact makes it appear that his thinking is still colored by the attitude toward Jewish with which he was indoctrinated in the SS. Good Democrats in Cabinet Posts regard to the present it is disheartening, and with an eye to the future decidedly inauspicious, as the aforementioned have been invited by Chancellor Adenauer into the highest executive ermany. [holds true even though the other Ministers of the Government stayed out of the Nazi Party ramilitary units. A number of upstanding democrats have seat and voice in the Cabinet. %  f the best is Christian Democrat Dr. Gerhard Schroeder, 43, the new Minister of the Interior. rauss and Preusker were junior officers in key positions of elite units of the German armed 9g the war, Schroeder—who is of the same age group—remained an infantry corporal. In the ambitious young university graduate, such an absence of promotion is a fairly good indication Isplayed few Nazi or militaristic traits. After the war. Dr. Schroedet handled ticklish legal and Mems for the trustees of the German steel industry. His wife is half-Jewish, incidentally. who have proven their mettle as dedicated .(democrats are Heinrich Luebke (Christian :ic Union), the new Minister of Food and Agriculture, and Dr. Herman Schaeffer (Free Democranow a Minister without Portfolio. What little is known about the political background of Fritz r, the elderly Kaiserslautern lawyer who has become Minister of Justice, is not derogatory. Among vers from the first Cabinet, the democratic integrity of Professor Ludwig Erhard. the Minister plies, is as little questioned as is that of Jakob Kaiser (Reunion of Germany) or of Anton Storch of the five Ministers who were dropped from the Cabinet had, during their tenure of office. shown their sympathy with issues of Jewish moment—Professor Wilhelm Niklas (Food and ire), Dr. Hans Lukaschek (Refugees) and Dr. Thomas Dehler, the outgoing Minister of Justice, ek was himself reputedly of par-Jewish descent, and Dehler's pretty wife is a dues-paying of the Bamberg Jewish Community. In Bonn's social and political whirl, other marriages with of Jewish stock can be found, but only over the Dehler household does a practicing Jew-ide. lile Niklas and Lukaschek have bade farewell to the national scene, Dr. Dehler will remain in liter of the arena as floor leaders of the Free Democratic Party in the Bundestag. A half dozen new compact industries have been established in the Holy City during the past few months as two new industrial areas created with the assistance of State of Israel Bonds continue to stimulate the expansion of Jerusalem. Above, stoves which were produced in the new industrial areas, are being packed for export to Turkey. Bureau to Offer Hebrew Courses In UM Program In cooperation with the University of Miami, the Bureau of Jewish Education will offer at the Bureau building two fully accredited university courses beginning with the February term, 1954. according to an announcement this week. The two courses to be offered will be Elementary Hebrew and Hebrew Civilization. Instructors will be Louis Sch wartzman, executive director of the Bureau, and Herbert Berger, Bureau extension activities director. The Bureau building will be used as an annex of the University of Miami for the purpose of stimulating registration in the two courses offered both to Miami Beach and Miami. Scholarships are being offered by the Bureau to university stu dents and public school teachers teaching in the Sunday schools of Greater Miami and to students who wish tp qualify as extension teachers in the Jewish Sunday schools. Applications for these scholarships are now being considered, Schwartzmann said. County Polio Drive To Aim at $350,000 The March of Dimes has set a new high goal of $350,000 for Dade County's 1954 drive which opened on January 2nd. Robert Pentland, Jr. campaizn director, said here that "all of us must work harder than ever now that the dream of conquer..-.; polio is about to come true." Pe.ntland led Dade's dimes workers to a record $303,560.88 in the 1933 campaign. He pointed out that the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, which spent $6,000,000 for poiio prevention in 1953. plans to spend $26,500,000 for that purpose in 1954. Pentland reminded Dade Countians that field trials of the new vaccine, from which so much is ; expected, will take place •eroM j the country early in February. I "More than a half-million children will be innoculated. and the crippling of thousands of children will • be prevented." he said. He asked Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, who heads the Mothers March on Polio, county-wide onehour fund raising effort, to top the S154.348.69 which she and 11.090 mothers raised in 1953. Der Yiddisher Forum to Guest speaker at Der Yiddisher Forum on Saturday evening will be Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation. The Rabbi will discuss: Esthetics a"nd Jewish Law. Der Yiddisher Hear Rabbi Swirsky Forum meets weekly on Saturday, 8:15 p.m., in Kneseth Israel Congregation and is sponsored by the local branch of the Yiddish Scientific Institute. to Meet at 'man Home Parent-Teacher Association Miami Beach Jewish Center ld a general evening meetboth mothers and fathers home of Rabbi and Mrs. Irvehrman on Wednesday eve| January 13th. 8 p.m., accordfto Mrs. Benjamin Greene, lent. JShlight of the program will (book review of A Treasury Of h Folklore, to be given by U Lehrman. Vocal selections [be rendered by Mrs. Harold with accompaniment by Mr. r ranging the evening are genchairman, Mrs. Lewis Escott; ram chairman. 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t JANUARY 8..1954 Obltiarle +JmUt>nur**br7 PAGE 9 B tNJAMIN GOODMAN lexiaurant operator, paaaI I >• %  21st. HervlceB took J Kivcrslde Memorial Chapel. L.i. h. with lm i In I In Mi Nil.,. Mi • %  .' 27th 4n a kn-al hoaiii.' here I0 yearn ago hiit. N .1 whci'c "hi* waa m d. i 'matoloffy. Mi". RoeenEi membei of Mt Slnal lloaIhe Miami Beach Hebrew %  an.) of the hoard of dlrecMianil H.'a.-h .l.-wlah On* Hannah Benech ..f n.id.io[ was past president of the i! AJIVM larael "f l*aialc. a member n. N .1 and was ac.i. lab Home f'.r the Aghns utbei i liariial.l.uistiprvlvori Include bar hueami a aon, Mm i.in Alan if Miami Hi i. h ServlcBeach, with burial In l In RlveraMa Memorial Hi Interment on Mt. -Nelx> ILBERT BACHER a!' Ilaj Itoail, Miami Heach, I \ bakers, ownf-i, he • 2* reari an., from New waa j meml>er of -.ii..r Israel, the Men.1.1, \ -•• i .In HI, ami the I II.is survive.I ly I d. .lighter ami a M ami Beach K"u"a in charg* of locuj JOSEPH ROZINI lieaut) aaJon at MiI". tith. lie .Hi .. %  nghi years ago ami ';l Nh Kith St Surviving '. Krleda, four daughter". Ma,iii,| Mis Unth ShellM iml; Mrs Bally I tin land, ami Mis. l-'ior' 'hli ;itii; his imiilii'i Tucaon, Ails ; two i.is and five grandwere held Wedm I ii .Miami Heach Chapel, Ml Sinai Crmetery. JOSEPH SHERMAN :• NW 2".th Street. DSfjBaf .1 liipltal on Doc 19th. wife, Jennie, thiee • "..in, li.nnl unit ux. and Mis Hylvla Tanneni Mis" Ruth Sherman. Fu> ._es a ere held at Miami i..minus were aem to New interment, |OOROTHV "OARTE SV :,th Street, passed IMh in a local hospRal. 1 hi : son: David. Remains to liriHikllne, Mass.. (or ""I interment by Miami HlvHARRY FINKELSTEIN P?,i, H W ." y J a t hl "'-lty for srrvlres ami in. ten,,.,,t b> Mi ami Ri verside Chapel. -. < .. EM,L WEISSBROD .". died Her r, at 1,1s home "5 771 Ii St.. Miami Heach. A retired aiiartment house owner, he came from u, P .I'I'I"". N %  !;• flve >* %  '""" **" %  '""-. Ileus, la MK only survivor. .Service* in charges of Beach Memorial t hapel. „ SIDNEY H. SEELO 8... of luo Collins Ave., Miami Beach, who came here eeven yaara ago from Chicago, died Thursday. A retired salesman. Mi Seel., was active In the Democrat Club, Harmonv club and American legion Post x';. of Mlaiiil Heach lie waa a veteran ..f World War I Survivors Include two daughters, Mrs. Helen Slegel, of Miami and Mrs. Sally Rubin, of Miami Heach and a alater. Services were held In the Star of David Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Hellmaiis r uiii ial Home A military guard of honor waa present. DR. MAX BENJAMIN SO. of s;i6 Harding Ave. Miami Heach, pass,.I away Jan 1st Hervloaa were held In Rivei si.I,. Kuneral Home. Miami Beach. He was a retire.I dentist, A former resident of New York, he came here eight warago Surviving are his wife, hYances, of Miami Heach. a datnjhter, Mis Shirley Keltinan, three slstera, Mrs Hannah Hariey. Mrs. Kmiiia Bchwarti and Mrs. I.illi. Hernhelmei. and two brothel". Jack and William, all ..f .\. w Yoik Clt) MRS. MILDRED F. FINN l. of SIS". Crespl lllvd.. Miami Heach, uaaaed away Jan. 1st. Services were held in Riverside Kuneral Home. Miami Reach Hurlal was In Mt. Nebo Cemeter) A native of Cleveland, she came here .10 yeara ago She waa a member of the auxiliary of the Miami Showman's league Aaaoclatlon, the Home for the Aged and the National Children's Cardiac Home Surviving are her husband. James, a aon, Dr. Leonard H. kinn. of Miami Reach; two brothers. Uoula Korman. of Cleveland, and Dave Porman, of Cincinnati, and two alatara, Mrs Lena Goldberg. ..f Los Angeles, and .Mia. Sum Kraiuei, ..f Cleveland. MRS. ANNA RAXIN • S7. of 123 NK Milh St.. died Sunday. She came from Brooklyn. NY. 17 years ago and is "urvlved l.\ a .laughter. Mis Josephine Adler, Miami: two %  latera and two giaiidchildren. Services wei> held In Cordon's Miami chapet. with burial In Woodlawn Cemetery. H-DRED F. FINN -' IIS8 CraajH Blvd., •ai .,ii \Vednesda>. De.einI M I % %  inn has been a reslI da for 30 i ming j 1 f the l'ionaet Club of -Miami lb Bl h, the Heach Cliamb. i Of I '..11111,el i e. M a soli", and Miami Heach Elks l^alge. M Mantell waa a charter member of lleth Itavid Congregation He Is survived by his wife. Betty; %  -on. Murrav: two daughters. MrSally Ravlcsl.elg. of New York, and Mia. fllnrln I'nllot. of Miami Beach; n brother, Harry, and a slater, s. r\I, s w.re held in Riverside Ml m..rial Chapel. .Miami Reach, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery%  SYDNEY E. ENOEL %  manager for cosmetics. ,.f •""'Waterway. Miami Beach, . Miami Reach, | "" H e from HhllaI'>eara i x n d was the L """" %  • clothing • i-f World War I. h" waa a 'nerl, an laglon Roat US. ,V'i ."' %  al "" '"longed I.l Jl'l'le Scolllsl, HI,,, valb Isii.."'."' J *"" I"' %  lie i '.J* K AJ ur I Th",,r'''• %  ,' '' % %  • daughI'hi. .. 'VI.*' '"dterman. Coral Vrmother and a brother. ABE BLUMIN 4, general manager of Rollle.l Has I'I, of Miami, died unexpectedly Satin, I,is at his home. IBS .'.4th Ave.. Weat Miami. He came from Staten lslnn.1. NY. six ycais ago ami was a member of the West Miami I.Ions Club. West Miami Jewlah Center, Coral Oablea Jewish Centet and ssas a Mason. Surviving are his wife, Resale: a aon, Stanley, and a dinighlcr. Kllen Hue. all of Weat Miami: hla mother, Mrs. Stella Rlumln. NewVoik. three brothers. Including Harry of Miami Reach, and two slsle, s Services were held Sunday in I bull' HI Miami Kuneral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemeter.s. MRS. STELLA WEISBERQ II of 9n Collins Ave.. Miami Reach. ,ii, ,i Bunda) she came her.i" yeara ago from Mew York and Is survived hv her husband. Moe: two sons, Ia-oniii.l and Alex, and two daughters. ktollle Kaplan and Mra. Evelyn Welnxlnicr. all of Miami Hca.h. three brothera, including Morris and l.ouls li.ildman. ..f Miami, and two sisters. Mi Moll la lioidlietg and Miss Lena Doldman, both of Oraaler Miami Burial waa In Pa* Ib-ckawav. Ixing island, with local arrangements bs Rl* kralde Memorial Chaiafl, Miami Hcaiii JACOB KRANTZ \ a retired hardware atore operator, di.d Moiidas. He came here eight years ago and lived at 73.. Sixth St.. M"iaml Reach. Surviving are hla wife. Sophie. Miami Reach, two sons. \: Miaou Reach, and laaitoi, Atlanta; two daughters, Mrs. Mollte Hchulman and Mrs. Bertha Luks. both of Rirmingham. Ala.: a brother and 11, i %  alatem Bervli • were held In Riverside Memorial i Impel. Miami with burial In Birmingham. EDNA HIRSCH St, former!] Of R3 Weal As a, MI. ,, li. passed assav on Sat lire ln>. January tn, at the Miami ^n valescent 1 le She had been a re of Miami for n Jraara. MrHlrs. i, survived bi aer husband. "••;''' '• ,,„! two brotherShe w" burled in Ml Sinai Memoiial Hark I emetery on Tueaday, January 5th. a l Bjn., with rtebbl M.-es Mes. I.eloff official lug. Arrangement" were in rhtin of the Riverside Chapel of Miami Stash, DOUGLAS IRA BROWN M, of 127 Mic higan Ave, Miami Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Budget Committee hold their final meeting %  Or the purpose of studying agency requests for allocations. The group, headed by Harold inurman (seated third from right) has held more than 25 meetings in the past three month 3 studying proposed allocations to the 54 agencies included in the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. William Copland, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Sam A. Goldstein. Ihurman. Arnold Seeder and Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Standing (left to right) are Fred K. Shoche:, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, Benjamin B. Rosenberg, executive director of Federation. Louis Goldman, Stuart Gordon. Dr. Melvin Becker, Sam Resnick, Sam J. Heiman and Max C. K! urT' J iirec,or o{ Bu dget and Community Planning. Others not in photo are Jack Muravchick Dr Kurt Peiser. Leo Rost. John Serbin. Samuel Shapiro, Lee Simkins, Isadore Simkowitz. Nat W. Winokur and Mrs. Bea Jaffer. Rabbi Named President NEW YORK—Rabbi David Max Eichhorn, of Forest Hills. New York, director of Field Operations of the National Jewish Welfare Board, Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy, was elected president of the Association of Jewish Chaplains of the Armed Forces at a meeting here this week. Rabbi Eichhorn, who served in France during World War II, succeeds Rabbi Morris D. Kertzer, Rockville Center, New York, another World War II veteran, who is head of the inter-religious activities division of the American Jewish Committee. Barbara Greene Named f tar Chanter President ? BaBara Gteene has succeeded Lorraine AJbcrt as prX'sidqfji of Star Chapter. B'nai B'rith. Mrs. Tina Katz was installing officer at a recent affair here. Guest speaker was Jerry Carver. Other officers include Dottie Balber, vice president; Rhoda Stern, secretary; Alice Sclleck, treasurer; and Phylis Roskin. chaplain. Chairmen are Lorraine Albert, social; Selma Witte, fund raising; Frances Grosswald. athletic; and Leah Shmueli, sunshine. Moris: two daushtera and a brother fjordon'i Miami Beach Fuoenrr Home arranKed services in Detroit* SAMUEL KLEIN 73, a retired hut.-her. died lues.his ,,i hla home. :n. Meridian Ave Ha bad lived here 11 sens lie I. uses his wife. Bather. Service* ware held .t RiverKide Memorial Chapel Miami Keaeh. with huruil in Mt. 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PAGE 8 B rJhtfT ftflnr*gg> FRIDAY. ADL Sets Workshop In Jax, Coral Gabies T h, holdii a,ion ie Workshops in Jacksonville n Gables was announced week by Gilbert J. Balkin. ;. US. %  Lrector. on Tuesday, January 12th, the ,\: !. Workshop will be held at the %  I,I Mrs Tekla Rosenfield. sonville: ui iponsorship i the •' % %  ksonville B'nai B'rith The Cora! Gabli ADL Workheld "n Thui me "i Mrs th. 861 SW 58th AvI l by the i B'na and i!l run from i LO p.m. th Workshops will feature dissions ch mi oibers oi • cks i n the United Nations and sect ism in 'i schools. The Jac Workshop featu i stration oi the ADL's Run i r i linii A1 both sessil ns. demonstrationwill he made of ADL educational materialfor utilization by schools religiou tor-, civic organizations and other community groups. Chairman of the Jacksonville V. rkshop iMrs. Ruth Safer, who heads the Jacksonville B'nai B'rith Women's chapter ADL Committee I hairman i I arrangements for the < i ral Gables Workshop iMrs Supworth, (hairman of the 'oral Gables B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter ADL i 'ommittee. Balkin and MisJoyce Zimmerman, educational service director Of the Florida ADL office, are cooperating in the preparationfor I h Work-hopHulk in will also aid in conducting the Jacksonville Workshop. Sisterhood to Meet sisterhood of the North Dade Jewish Center will meet Monday. January 11th. at 8 p.m A slate for the new year will be presented. j From the Highways and the By-ways of the world, • I sing you songs of the world Presenting LARRY BLUE AND HIS ACCORDION Entertainer. M C.. Singer Available for Weddings. Bar Mitivahs. and wherever 0000 entertainment is required Ph. 67-6109 or 48-1279 NOW OPEN ITALIAN GARDENS ONE Of GREATER MIAMI'S SMARTEST RESTAURANTS FAMOUS FOR Fine Italian Foods We Serve 100% Non-fattening Spaghetti Steaks Chops • Chicken 84-7759 or 78-9287 7444 BISCAYNE BLVD. Israel Music Director Holds Lecture l V ||,. r music director of Tp.irlment of the Jowprl -.nii'd %  lecture>n on 1-rwli music Thursda> evening W l,., ur nf the (.reatlewish Coramunft) < en Branch ,, present a pro,1 ,,, the interestof ,,-,.„ when he apix-arx boys and girla the Ml ,,t the Beach | daj alternuon at 3 p m. — yfyofa*? <$*** Mr and Mrs. Tobias Sussman will pi }*** *£* £gue w*h a Scroll oi Law. silver crown and all decoranons on Sunday evening, January 10th. a. 8:15 p.m. During the Ceremony Y .he final teller, of the Torph will be --nbed n •he presence of the congregation. A cantata will be Panted by Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Maurice. Marnche. Minam Donnerstag and the Beth David Choir. Harry Gordon. Beth Dav:d president. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, president oi the State Rabbinical Association, and Rabbi Simon April president oi the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will participate. Famous llabbi is llvtith Visitor A Rabbi descended from a line of fannd scholars hi here in Miami Beach. Rabbi Israel Rabinowicz, former Grand Rabbi ol Keshinof, Rumania. i> residing al L243 Meridian Avenue. V Beach. A seventh generation descendant of Baal Shem Tov, the founder <>f Chassidim, Rabbi Rabinowci cestrj i-aid to 5t< %  KuiDavid. 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PACF RB i^istngjdtoiL PAGE 10 B t Mount Sinai Jubilee Goal; Ed Sullivan to Mount Sinai Hospital's fourth annual fund raising Jubilee got un derway this week with a combined meeting of committee chairmen and representatives ol AGVA, chairman Leonard A. Wien announced. A luncheon session in the Memo rial Room at 430.) Alton Road Wednesdaj included hospital pres ident Max Orovitz, Jerry Baker, head of the actors' guild here, Bennj Gaines, Sid Franklin ami a number of men ami women whose efforts have contributed substantially to the successes ol the three previous "all -tar shows." Announcement of the Jubilee goal of $150,000 tor i>>."<4 was made .,t the meeting by Wien. who is heading the campaign for the fourth consecutive year The purpose of the annual show ito help defray the deficit incurred bj the hospital each year. Wien explained "In view of the ever increasing amount of free and part free services, expanded research and training programs and other costly projects, it is expected that last year's operating costs will show a substantially higher deficit than ever We have reason to believe that the communit) will assume itshare in wiping out that red ink.'' This year's Jubilee on Thursday. March 4th, will again be staged at Announces $150,000 Star in Review Here the Miami Beach Auditoi im Ed Sullivan has agn ed to act i ter ol ceremonies. Inthird such i,, rt "Ed has promised t>> ;i number of surprise acts with him." Wien stated "It surprise me if themi about name in -how business I comes along Humi tioning hiname until it %  inite." The American Guild of Vai Artists is i ill out to mak hospital .: nancial % % %  tistic success." v\ ; %  n added uniqui arrai nl betwc i guild and the lie,hospitalization to anj her oi the actors' uni % %  l' is bi :> such tous arrai %  ""> Previous Jul 'netted 0 %  SI 12 I n .1 to be n fund raisii [forts "The Jul i< Mount Sinai Hospital's onlj direct appeal to the communit) year Committee headwill have a bic assignment trying to top those figures this year, Wien con eluded FRIDAY. JANUARY i Isidore Qold %  of g Terrace, Di Lido 1, H'MC h. is ., |<||)n about the following DM ISIDOR BENJAMIN MAS ;.n I i| vv SWARTZMAN m ,r, 185)0. respecti-.. j^M sonof David Swartzatt! Rrundel. Hot) Richwald. Poland, For informatm:!. phooe 1 Thick.. MA Satisfyini and so deliciously Ah* Try MMUUlMMU Rabbi I. Segal Heft: of Jersey City, congratulates David Rosnei on the ioimal opening oi the dininq room in Rosner's new Sterling Hotel. Rabbi Segcl was the principal speaker at the premiere dinner oi the Sterling, where he has be:n a guest during his winter vacation. ^ MaaiHiiwrU CMckM IK.ihhi April Opens Services Rabbi Simon April will open the first in a series of late Friday evening services. 8:15 p.m., at the Miami Hebrew School and ( or.. tion. His topic will be Recipe For Success. Rabbi April came to Miami 11 years ago from Butler. Pennsylvania, where he served the B'nai Abraham Congregation for 12 years. He had a life position there, but he moved to Miami for reasons of health. He was a member of the Ministerial Association, a life member of the B'nai B'rith and active in the Zionist movement. Rabbi April was born in Kiev. Russia, studied in Gomel, awell as in other famous seminaries, and in 1926 was ordaiped bj the well known Rabbi Yehuda Merker. of Berlin. Germany. On h,arrival here in October 1942. Habhi April served the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, now known as Beth F.l. He ilocally affiliated with many philanthropic, religious and civic organizations and ion several Boards of Governors, Rabbi April is the President ol the Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso< iation AMAZING NEW COFFEI THE CANTORS' CHOICI Let WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hoes D'oeuvres Mads to Order Rental of CHINA • SILVERWAHE LINENS Entertainment and all othar details arranged for TOUT formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS SS-ISSf "FLAVOP Ze! 1 "' N <>t 9rind! BU m on* <* ** FLAVOt BUDS" of 100% pore coffee... ready to bun %  nstantly n o that fomous Maxwell Hou.e flovo. Ilt.a.1., .._l-l Utterly unlike old.,ty|. instant$ .. ....... osaulcl, but,as,., 10$up .* or| I his superb, roaster-frr\h !" ~*~d in.. milli „„' 2s, 1 **-" JS,""2 Bu *" your cup with the riches*. mm dcUciou, coffee you've eve, tened .. othe Sabbath and every day! M! $ „ V u ONIY TOO Economical I-tent -* old-fa.h.oned ground coaTee.



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lAHY 8. 1954 *Jewist> ncrkUon PAGE 3 A. is Attend Dinner Honoring irman; Notables Attend Affair Barnest attendances the history of the [Jewish community persons — paid )i Irving Lehrman the Di Lido Hotel. jgram marked the the 10th anniverrice of Rabbi Lehrll leader at the Mi rish Center. Local eligious, civic, pohess leaders joined fee Rabbi and Mrs. in outstanding comeenberg, vice chair[Jrwi-.li Theological nerica, was the evespeaker. He laudguest for "not forprimary function still individual care his congregants." lAronovitz and HarFamily to Concert uditorium lav-sky Family will fcert at the Dade hum on January [JT^Upram will include \, English and liturFamily, after bte of Israel and [the United States "now famous on lion as the Sing ubers of the canjs a quick trip Lof America. The fAvraham Albert, %  New Haven, Con old Shapiro, former Gov. Fuller Warren and Col. Jacob Arvey headed a list of political figures on hand for the reception and dinner. Samuel N. Fricdland served as general chairman of the function, with Charles Fruchtman heading the Arrangements Committee. George J. Talianoff presented a plaque to the Rabbi in behalf of the congregation in recognition of his outstanding service to the Center and the community. Fricdland announced that Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman were to receive an all-expense-paid vacation to Israel from the leaders of the congregation. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, and Dr. Abraham Neuman, president of Dropsie College in Philadelphia, were among the educators on hand. Charles Bender was chairman of the Decorations Committee, with M. C. Billig and Gerald Schwartz heading the Public Relations and Publicity Committee. Greetings were brought by .Mrs. Joseph Berman, president of the Sisterhood; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Florida Rabbinical Association; and by Dr. Wiley Scott, president of the Miami Beach Clergy Council. Samuel Friedland, president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, congratulates Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lenrman on the occasion of the 10th anniversary tribute to the spiritual leader last Sunday evening at the Di Lido Hotel. Rabbi Solomon Moseson gave the invocation, and Rabbi Simon April, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, offered the benediction. ftmm Program MM Featured The premiere of a new dramatic radio series entitled, Decision, on, Monday evening. January 11th, as a weekly half hour feature over the American Broadcasting Company network, is announced by Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida director, AntiDefamation League of B'nai B*rith. The 13-week public service series is a cooperative venture of the ABC network, independent producer Sherman H. Dryer and the Institute for Democratic Education, creator and distributor of prizewinning educational programs. The program will be carried locally by Station WQAM from 9:30 to 10 p.m. The premiere showing Decision, al 9:30 p.m., adapts the ancient struggle of Athens, the world's first democracy, and Sparta, symbol of authoritarianism, to this gen* eration's fear of totalitarianism that casts a shodow on freedom and causes men to lose faith in their fellows, their institutions and their ideals, Balkin said. Dr. Kurt Peiser was toastmaster. An original dramatic presentation, A Decade Of Dedication, by Prof. Sam Hirsch, was one of the many highlights of the evening. Detroit Club to Meet The Detroit Social Club will meet on Sunday, January 10th, 8 p.m., in the card room of the International Hotel. According to Sabina Norman Raifeld, president, election of officers is postponed to the end of the month. ticut. Git rait, %mm PADI\ t heUworthmore c ar 5>if rUnV declares a dividend idy was born in Then follow jiladclphia. l'cnn Mordy. 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JANUARY 8. 1954 +Jewisti I tor Mian PAGE 3 B Telethon Names Leaders for >ur Fund Drive January 23rd fcillman, chairman of the Committee, this week anthe appointment of comBaders who will assist in ling the details for the United Cerebral Palsy : over station WTVJ on i, January 23rd, starting at %  hour telethon will fears of stage, screen, radio fcvision in an all-night efigned to raise funds to inBcilitics for providing diageatment, care and aid for kbral palsied in this area. png Gillman as treasurer Smathers, Jr., vice presile Miami Beach First Naank. Serving as chairman [Entertainment Committee Fenias. Other chairmen |r committees are: Mrs. Albert Bernard and tries Raab; gifts, Mrs. Eli public relations. Jack [>n McAskill, Lee Ruwitch ke Welch; telephone volCccil Woods; transportaps Netter; volunteers, rnett Roth. jth Phillips, president of United Cerebral Palsy stated that "There are Idren and adults in this cted by cerebral palsy. r, more than 10,000 babies lited States are born with palsy. And many adults ivolved from severe head eceived in accidents or also from severe illness Dnged fever. those suffering from [palsy," Phillips explainhelped to become useks if accurate diagnosis, Ke. treatment and educa hade available. has been opened at 1st Street, Miami Beach, rpose of enlisting volersonnel who desire to in the telethon cam ili Feature Added ish Classical Hour Jg Sunday, January 10th, the first 15 minutes of lish Classical Hour will be to a new feature, I.and)f Israel. Scheduled are the Symphony Orchestra, opera singers and a description r> city, village and kibutz Jewish State. The entire liption is made in Israel. Ing to Morris Nasatir. projector. The Yiddish Classitur is heard over station Pythian Sisters Install Officers MARGARET YOMEN %  >-— „ M >tartar rrffrtw PNIMIT (Jewish Family Program lie U,HJ.) A Iff | SHOW thru FrL — *30 7 pjn. E 1140 on the Dial BEN YOMEN Burnett Roth tours Gillmmn Mrs. Manny Rudes was In stalled as Most Excellent'Chief of RoOMveH Temple No. 33, Pythian Sisters, on Saturday evening, at 500 SW 17th Avenue. Mrs. Lewis Brooks, Past Chief. was installing officer and conducted the ceremony assisted* by I: Acting Grand Officers Past Chief Mn. Abe Ballas and Past Chief i| Mrs. Jesse Bernie. Special drills were performed under the guidance of the newly elected Captain of Degree Staff Mrs. Gerald Brass. Other officers installed with Mrs. Rudes, who is a charter niember of the organization, in( elude the Mesdames Arthur Jack | Brown, Sitting Past Chief; Alfred Wiseman. Excellent Senior; Nat Sanders, Excellent Junior; Arthur Robinson, Manager. The Mesdames Ben Donnerstein, Protector; M u r r ay Friedberg, | Guard; Harry Baron, Secretary; Irving Glazman, Treasurer; Alvin Stern, Pianist; Irving Gordon, Trustee; Bernard Michelson. Trustee; Gerald Brass, Captain of Degree S^aff; and Abe Krantz, Press Correspondent. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE %  TORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Topt, Bavaled Mlrrori and Rasilraring Our Specialty LAG. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN IRVING GORDON (complete and 2)epe/id/Ue c7i//e Service M IAMI TITLt & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE) Till* Insurance Policies of Kansas City Titlt Insurance Co. Capital, Surp/us £ fftsarvas fxceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 TAMIAMI BRANCH till t W. its Street Dade Federal ... is PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE that the surplus and reserve position of this association warrants an increase in its dividend rate from V/i% to 3% per annum. Beginning January 1st, 1954, the thrifty members of the Dade Federal Savings family will receive higher earnings on their savings for the period ending June 30th, 1954. This increase in our dividend rate is consistent with national trends and increased earnings of the association as well as our surplus and reserve position. Present indications are that savings here will continue to earn the higher rate. Savings accounts opened, or funds added to present accounts, on or before January 11th, 1954, will earn from the 1st of January at the new rate of 3% per annum. Join tfie thousand's who now save millions in Dade Federal ... safely, profitably and conveniently. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS Accounts are INSURED to $10,000 by tha Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. (Tht atwe is onjfruct MOW under construction tt S. W 8th Street nd 19th Avonti*) I i n Dade Federal JOSEPH M. UPTON, President Business Hour,: • A.M. to 3 P.M. Weekday. -9 A.M. to 12 Noon Saturday. ... and, our Iraneh Office, are open each Friday evening until 8 P.M. ( OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 51 MILLION DOLLARS %  slill l i m m I >> iaaaaaJ % %  %  H ill % 



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TAftY 8. 1954 +Jmistin*rkl**ri PAGE 5 A 11 >si r's Troth ftarty Irs. H. C. Moser, 2464 rrace, announced the of their daughter, hs, to Ernest Robert ra'New Year's eve pariK fcdM*. • • AK ^ nan's parents are Mr. %  Nathan Freeman, of Hew York, former Mi[ residents. tr is a graduate of MiHigh School and at University of Miami, will be entering her [year, majoring in medBgy. She is a member itae, Intercollegiate Zilion of America and %  bdi Phi. She is also the University of Mi|fane Pep Club, pman is a graduate of ch High School, where the Bausch & Lomb f,ml A junior in the Engineering at the Uniliami. he is past Scribe >n Phi and a member ring Honor Society, InRadio Engineers and :iub. *'s engagement was aled at the New Year's t\ during the 43rd ankntion of Tau Epsilon it %  I i id Feted on Kir's Day e home party was giv%  t the Southgate Apart ponor of Mr. and Mrs. (in, Cleveland, Ohio, ision of Mr. Burkin's very from illness in Hospital, ins are active in charcivic groups here and was presented with (for six trees planted fc i Israel. Meyer Fried%  n the name of the P. Mats present were Mr. B"er Friedman, Mr. and Michalovitz, Dr. and Goldberg, Mr. and Levin. Mr. and Mrs. lerg. Mr. and Mrs. Al tfrA. Perlmutter, Miss BIT. Mr. Joseph Medoff H Mrs Meyer Teigman. Jt.C*l Compare LET TEA any other brand \*}7 \n Compare TLET TEA with any other brand W0f Miss Wolf Carries Old Bible in Rites Miss Louise Nancy Wolf carried an ivory Bible that belonged to her paternal grandmather for her marriage Friday noon to Robert Young. Rabbi Leon Kronish, officiated at the ceremony held in the **"ite Carlo Hotel. A reception for 200 guests followed. Hie bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wolf, 1606 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach. Mr. Young is the son of Mrs. Bea Young, 4511 Sheridan Avenue, and the late Hyman Young. He is a member of the Florida Bar Association. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in French chantilly lace fashioned into a princess cut gown. Styled with long fitted sleeves and pointed cuffs, the illusion yoke was bound at the neck with stripes of matching lace. The skirt of nylon tulle, worn over satin, ended in a chapel train. Her Juliet headpiece, trimmed with lace and lily-of-the-valley. held the four-tiered, thnee quarter veil of illusion. Mrs. William Boxer, the bridegroom's sister, was matron of honor. Oscar Wolf, cousin of the bride, flew in from Trenton, New Jersey, to be best man. Acting as ushers were Jay Cohen, Sid Friedman, Robert Gilbert and Robert Schockett. Phillip Hardaek to Be liar Mitzvah Phillip Michael Bardack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S. Bardack, 1252 NW 59th Street, will become Bar Mttcvah on Saturday. January 9th. at Ttfereth rsraet Northside Center. Phillip attends Edison Junior High School, where he is in the eighth grade Rabbi Louis A. Cassel will officiate. Parents of the Bar Mitzvah will be hosts at the Oneg Sbabbat on Friday night and will serve a Kiddush on Saturday morning following the service. Dr. Sams Heads Board New president of the Medical Executive Board of Jackson Memorial Hospital is Dr. Wiley Sams. He was elected to the office here this week. Others named are Dr. John Milton, vice president, and Dr. Herbert Ekhert, secretary. Alan Stone Jtar Mitzvah Saturday Alan Irvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Stone. 724 SW 26th Road, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Janua r y Mh. 9 a.m.. at the Miami Hebrew ichool and Con-1 {regation. 110 1 5W 12th Avenue. Rabbi Simon; April will offici-! ite. Alan is in hi seventh! ^rade at Shenanioah Junior High School and AIM Irvin attends the Religious School of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah will address the Congregation. Kiddush will follow the services, with the Stones as hosts, in their Son's honor. — Ardmora Robert M. Rosenberg, son of Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, 1815 Cleveland Road, Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, January 9th, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Robert, a student at Beth Sholom Religious School, is in the eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High School. — Pllktncton Stanley Michael, son oi Mr. and Mrs. N. Winokur, 5529 Maggiore, Coral Gables, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, January 9th, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate. Kiddush in his honor will follow the ceremony, with the Winokurs as hosts. Stanley is an eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High School and attends the Religious School of the Coral Gables Jewish "Center. A reception Sunday afternoon at the Winokur home is also scheduled. Dr. Routh to Speak The Miami Society for Ethical Culture will present Dr. Frederick B. Routh, Assistant Professor of Human Relations at the University of Miami, on Sunday, January 10th, 11 a.m., at the Lindsey-Hopkins School. His subject will be current attacks on the United Nations. Mrs. Mae Miller, secretary of the society, will preside. 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HE2y£gA$Ytj PAGE 8 A Kanner to be Honored at Affair In Gordon Home The Greater Miami Je\vi>h com nvjnr* will honor" Aatflri M Kanner, campaign chairman Of the. 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal, and Mrs. Kanner at a reception Ifonevening. January 11th. in the 1: me of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2201 South Miami Avenue. Presidents of some 300 organizations and Rabbis of all temples and synagogues in Dade County will attend the traditional event and pledge their cooperation and the support of their membership in the coning campaign. Mr. and Mrs Harr; Gordon, lung-time residents of thi> city, and due evening, January 13th. Cantor Bornstein Talks Canto, .I.K-h Born.-lein. ol 1.^ Israel, will address the "< we ekl) on Wednesday, al IMP** Kadimah Chapter to Meet Th Kadimal, Chapter ol PJo* Women will lu^iU first luncheon and card part] of the yroW nerfay. *"• **J a the Israelite 'enter In cl ^arrangements are the Meaxtanw M Fishman, B Botl H Green i Bayei Pi u -' v %  ** unated for Cmld RtsaK rk in Melody Hope's 'Iml Birthday Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brooks, of 520 SW 62nd Court. Miami, entertained at a surprise luncheon honoring the second birthday of their granddaughter, Melody Hope Weiss. The luncheon was held on Sat urday at the Great CableRestaurant. Melody Hope was born on New Year's eve, 1952. Among out-of-town guests present were Jerry Brook-. Chicago Illinois, and Mr-. Hyman Kuznel Wolfson, Astoria, Long Island, New Y rk. Local children present included Renee and Adrian Richman. I ion r.u and Patsy Bicing, Stuart and llene I.itman. Debby and Dann> Friedman. Carole Jane Hancock. Butch and Fran Tracy. Buddy and David Felson and Bobby Wolfson l elebrants also included Mrs I ward : an, Miss Esther LitMr and Mrs Philip Felson, Mrs, Gerald Wolfson Mrs. Mane Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. Philip i rt Friedman, Mrs. Ii Tracy, Mrs, Norman Richman, Dean Woodard and Mrs. Gussie Beverly. Melody Hope's mother, Mrs Djuretta Weiss, acted as hostess Professor Gets Prize Dr. Philip Morrison, Professor ol Physics at Cornell University, and I II ol Mr. and Mrs Moe Morrison, ot 7845 Abbott Avenue. Miami Eeach. has won the first annual Boris Progel Prize of S500 from the New York Academy of Sciences. The doctorentry was a paper on Radiogenic Origin Of The Hel ium Isotopes In Hock. Poet to be Honored On Sunday Evening The prominent Jewish poet 1rael Schwartz, who tor the last two yearhas made his home in this community, will be honored by Hebrew and Yiddish organization of Greater Miami on Sunday, January 10th. 8 p.m., at the Hibis LOdge, Alton Road and 10th Street Schwartz, who writepoetry both in Yiddi-h and Hebrew became famous through Kentucky, a cycle oi poems which was haled by liti rary criticas the birth of Yiddish epos in American Jewish port p. Al present, he is translating this into Hebrew, some excerpts "i .'huh are already published ii Israel lie iwell known [or Intranslations from Hebrew, e-pecial: tho i the Golden Epoch ol and -election Inmi Bialik. Schwartz' last hook. Young Years, an autobiographical poem, describes the life in a Lithu i villagi before the nun ol th tury Schwartz was recentIj awarded the Louis Lamed prize for Ihe best volume oi poetrj for Ihe year 1953 The Sundaj evening celebi Will be in honor of tinaward Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, writer and critic, will discuss Schwartz workand also present the poel who will give readings ol his poetry, A musical program will be presented by violinist Max Etabino vici, formerly ol the Bruxelles Conservatory and now a pupil ol Iir Joel Belov. The Better Hot Cereal! WOLFFS CREAMY KERNELS (Buckwheat Gritt) Tempting, la$ty, satiifying ...*!, thai delightful flavor that appeals to everyone! So rich in protein and other valuable food elements... JO easy to prepare and easy to digest. Grand as the daily breakfast Cereal...and for pancakes, in soups, and as a side-dish with fish, meal, vegetables. 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Dr. Hurwiii to Speak Before Coral Gables Zionists Meeting of the Coral (Jables Zionist Di-tnct will he held on Thursday, January uth. 8 30 pm., at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. liiejili^ht ol the evening*! program will be Ihe'preserrUUea of a discussion on the influence of Mohammedism on Judaism by Dr Joseph J Hurwit7. lecturer and author, who icurrently teaching at Miami i niversit) l>r Hurwiti has recently completed a hook entitled, Jewish Infineness On rhaj Narratives of Thu. Koran II. ., I'hll defTM from Boston I'nivenH) and „p nr un „ .T. ;! ;!! .' %  •? %  0 —IIISJs f,„ Hyman Sh„, p, tliifM A, < '" l-vifj PhM ki A* Richaid Lewis Steinberg,, oi Mr. and Mrs. Morris: berg. 1320 Cleveland Miami Beach, will be Mitzvah on Saturday, ary 9th, 10:45 a.m., at 7* pie Beth Sholom Rabbi I Kronish will officiate, ard. a student at Beth! Religious School, is a sevent hgrade at No Junior High Sc hool. 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i 5 ^Jewistflcfidia^ Published .v.ry Fri^y *~ It*.. *£ jgjlg Fler.dUn .1 1* N. E Sort* Strt. M.mrt JJJRS ._ j D IMT 120 N. E. Sixth Street OFFICER PLANT-. 1 ||||| Telephone* net goarn!* t column' s u OM VJ' oc During The Week ,.A j By LEO MINDLIN THE JIWISH FLORIDIAN HAS A FRIDAY people will be reading thin column sometime on T,Z Friday, January 8. 19o< evening. I appear at the Miami Public Library R lkr ** FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher ume 28 Number „„ th Jack Bell "".Id writer. .„ d B,l| ^*' ~^7. — Shevat 4. 5714 I Daily Newi The Honda Author Night feature wiin? MINDLIN News E 0 01 .— i talk during which each one of us explains his reason I LEO Serxe TlWm Warning According to reports from Washington Monday, our government is inclined to give military aid to Saudi Arabia and Iraq. The reports state that these nations will be favored with our guns and ammunition because they are potential targets of Soviet attack. We think it significant that there are no such immediate plans to provide similar aid for Israel. The report, incidentally, comes on the heels of a State Department announcement that Egypt may also be favored with American munitions. It appears to us that Washington places little belief in the Arab League's constant threat of war against Israel, for our government leaders overlook the possibility of these arms' being used in a crusade against the Jewish State. Should the State DeDcr.rr.ent demand a promise from Saudi Arabia and Iraq that thev will take no par in such an cttempt. it would undoubtedly be answered with silent c.sdain. But the Arabs would at least know that our government intends '.:: theto employ American munitions rgainst the three: of Soviet invasion, alone and that it supports no policy cirr.ed at increasing tensions in the Near East. • • • Britain's pos::.:r. with regard to Ame: inclination to arm certain Arab nations, includinc Egypt clearly betrays :•.= odious foreign policy. London has vczei violent protest against our government i intentions and is anxious the: Egypt first conclude .:s negotiations en :he Anglo-Egyp::=r. S.e: Czr.z] issue involving British evacuation :: the C;r.al Zone. We respectfully remind toe British foreign office thct double-edge; diplomacy must inevitably boomerang. Lcr.d:r.":er. net cr. the one hand, be the protector cf one Arch nationJordan in its conflict with Israel—and urge the delay of proposed c:ms shipments la Egypt at the same time. The price is high, bu: Britain is now ESS a good taste z: fa ;•....-edicir.e In aidinq the Arab League's effort to Dush the Jewish State off of the map of the Middle East. London is by ru-cumstance, being pushed out c: the area itself. Initial lulls Dinner An Initial Gifts Dinner ct the Di Lido Hotel Sunday evenina will officially kick off the Combined Jewish Appeal s drive this year in the Greater Miami area Some 500 persons are expected to attend the top givers' affair <,n!£L aI CI n lea 1 e ; S '*' ::i = > %  ho 0 aior .igures in United Jewish AcDeel activity We are as anxious as must be the rest of the comSorv Jt I V Schwartz cs ** % % %  bring us the story o Israels pressing need for our supper. Mr. Warbura, UJA oeneral chairman has IT' v? ltS ^ eainninn He wa resoonsibS for mobilizing large-scale American aid which A uT h l hdf a milUon f gees to Israel S „ a ha f i n some o! ;he !" st *S effors undertaker, on a voluntary basis to rescue stateless men, women and children impovenshed by war and disaster J^'u^T 12 e xecu,lve ViCe c! "* !" is equally wel! equipped to identify for us the per our Combmed Jewish Appeal must p l av m the nononal and international scene 'of "phil n thropic giving. H"uan recall Dr. Schwertz' activities as heed of Euronisi I doubt that much truth will be told there Th. some of having to fill a word quota on a regular basis *" to present a varied array of subject matter in interesttall avoiding the pitfall of repetition so far as technique "L'J eeaesnart, The columnist lives in the aura of a dead! i hiN best and worst moments. Oftentimes, ho wonderf? nil energies at the necessary writing hour, if his spirit ho engages in the process of stitching thoughts into an* tinuum and if ho is not compromising his position number of subjects in the name of ease. But each one of us on the platform will refrain f j these matters. We will, instead, present ourselves i n ^ able light, ranging from descriptions of •'the povsrsn word' which must be used intelligently, to humble observer who is no hotter informed than his neighbor d blessed accidentally with the opportunity of expressini! Iicly when the whim strikes him. We will, therefor* n the most critical positions of judgment. What M hw columns during the years will become eloquent tes tuj S methods of operation. TURNING HIS BACK ON JEWISH CLAIMS MANY PEOPLE MAKE THEMSELVES EXTREMELY when the) begin t" road a column. They expect to be will rarel) tolerate snj oltort aimed at instruction, it thnr minds that the writer was. himself, comfortable down to "muse on M.me matter of current significant* as feeling must be carried over to him from the writer, jtiah Anticipating this attitude, most of us who are colim general values, arrive early at a homespun manner and %  the newspaper is no place for serious contemplation Tsi is to deal in th.' coin of popular prejudices: the^f can kt method to i rage" interest. Thus, certain writers b These include the foaming at the mouth anti-Communist. hater, th.Roosevelt grave defile*, the American chauvcuu baiter, th.j|j satirist of all citizens who can not claim in the DAB and a host of other categories. None such proach their pet subjects honestly; all write as thev an writ.-, and all den) their fundamental duties in the prow Ldi*> .M;i n il* Finn The United Nations last week came UD with &£2rs&3r SgfaS T *% £?: : MBKBS :?& reels £££. compla.nt ^ J* ^^ *S" %  "•" %  and ""centrates on himrfj raeis Huleh project is encroaching on the de"" m thought and technique is his goal then ho may heal militarized zone between the two countries. for a white, but he will be uplifted by the knowledge that I The UN decision was to put the problem into mi *} y ac<|U "' (1 a "-adership whose values are fair and the hand of Vaqn Bennike. the world organiza-' '"''"' m HV T?^ 1 "^ A PP Grentl y il was ie 't hat, I 1 hope there [| M.moono with courage enough on the) OS an on-the-spot observer, he would best be %  ,m hl > 'mutations and to vow that he will henceforth rra able to aecide if the complaint is valid or not ,h ''" 1 d "'" ,1 1,1 Bon by Bennike that dees no. meet Arab an i'"' "^ ""*'" b) ,he bookf he rr,ds an ""' "" hardl> ** b >P ss d < he whim ,.(the. preached United States delegate Henry Cabot"" *'"" f r,,, ,l n po^of the UnSed'NaL' 0 ^ American SU P" ** toluaa ^ h *not consider his l,m,..,,ons *,i We ceramtv hoc! K TT' ^ T "'"^ ^ UOeB tahta P-* h s do.^weritr, r AmbaSSad r Lodged"h orae, oi -..reading „ among those who are as cc%  e "jeced Syria s initial attempt at discussion >m ,h '' ""tenableness of Jordan's current situation and of si withhim on this matter. The decision is one of a w '"""' %  %  • that 1953 Mutual Security Aid alteiuJ the first rulines fnv^v.. T_. • %  Si5iHi(innn OP ^. ... %  n his Z hlS \ rnl a **!• 'o Israel (. a long enes of otherwise dark events at ,he UN since 'ne October 19th Kibya affair. a S65.UUO.ooo grant to Israel. HOPE THERE IS SOMEONE WITH enough integrityoisl term to admit that SU ch unawareness is proof of the lark offl and .ha, lack of information of this sort dwsi n among social, philanthropic and "literary" itemsefl :i,^^"i—•<---* American zones of occupation. heTd 6 r iCiPa,S ,hQ 0lU IOCQl ,0 P 5-ers will Jeed the voices of Mr. Warburg and I> Schwam. for they must set the pece of ohilr,^' thropy ,o be followed by UJA Sives in unities throughout the notion C m s **i an Kxamplo The current nvU^ i %  7 "' "^ "*"' P h 'lnthropic an result of the"Uement i ^^ ** "" "* ^'^ ,C W C Iumn Dcvid Ben<3urion is L !" \ ? *T ^'^ r ,**? I h0PC there is >,r >n t h of character enough to 4 lines of difference amonn ,h *** HS "" ,hat th< po M,tar P^Jud.ces some of u>|^ making up the JeL h ? "^ W !" ""^ *'"* ,he,r sub >"' ut %  ***** ^ One of .he oldest problem T^ public. Uie nigged ir^vZ y0Ung RABBI one-s.ded elements r q ; tt n n; m0n *' ^ "P gc:n with renewed v^ ^ a0PPed ^ W^teS^; %  ? we re. -ed to ,he demt ,, "I 0 1 ? ^ Udi.|-—• -iigion from S^T"^ "Pion While it is true th fure of Je Vi nq. we hone .K m0< Creels leader RABBI IBVING LEHRMAN was honored Sunday mM %  Wo Hotel for his ten years of service in the pulpit of* %  • i Jeih Center. The tribute lasted ovw a period of %  *] |-t the Kabbi. uho deserves the accolade, he received. wuU ln „ w t0 drr t his discomfort in the face of often ove Rahb, Lehrman has been an indefatigable worker in I ^ arrival here. His devotion to hi. duties and ft u„u lenaonnation programs for 1? .u "T~ "" uue ,nct Jewish nm. • t.,,n """" nisarvonon w nu auun — Years end his survey .our. ,ake n ^ th e reaues ^^ ^-ish ^0^" !" ^* Zl ?** "' S Ught out — !" de ^ of former President Truman, of ,h. ,w !! lecula 1:v ^q. we hen. .u !" and moder 2^' r^'"lnrf '" he is man of profound .. "<-ir mat ne i. a man of proiouno "— %  R .'f ef0r u,fl o remind us that there are other wM established displaced persons came* i^Ti/ att,Ude W:li ^ adortedfav'rt!-' PS n ,he ties 'oward 0 n e another's v COn *"**I por„ ^' Ute h, r ^ !" ter into their daily tasks .Kb a br*| ,' W Md ,h "< he tribute he received must be considered• %  ^gs-tin^^ ^r. of critical eye Lned on 0 ^' 0 W h ^ ^ Near Eos, andThaTL „ ^ ^ na 0n '-n should set Qn exQ ^ -ernmenta, ^ hon. ""P'o oi Progressive ac. '" 'hem. as w .|| ->••' Lehman will also, therefore, indicate that hisH out 1 "" '" Ur Ka,h r Preclude, his being able to sJ ^ ob)ect,„ g thoM Uurr g which ^^ n SuD


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r, JANUARY 8. 1954 e> ~. #*# n,r*4m^ PAGE 7 A L Se1ma Rose Lewis Becomes Mrs. ^| ic Rifkin; Chooses Chantilly Gown Mrs. Urtmt MfJria Moses Mescheloff officihis study on Sunday. De27th. at the weoding of elma Rose Lewis, daughter [and Mrs. Max Lewis, 705 reet. and Jerome Rifkin, btusa Street, son of the late Ufkins. Cantor Aaron Wein\ assisted. in marriage by her part bride was attired in a imported white chantilly ivory satin, with illusion Peter Pan collar, but, front and long sleeves lover hand veil. Her Juliet Ka illusion and fingertip Khe carried white orchids a white Bible. of honor was sister of Mrs. Max Kuker. of Nepr Jersey, wearing blue iridescent taffeta, long [sleeves and matching ac, Miss Karen Kuker, her Is ring bearer and chose [and white full skirted cot with white sheer overId bag and gloves to match, %  er-inlaw of the groom. AlBlienfeld. Miami, was best he groom was given away by lest brother and wife, Mr. Irs Dan Rifkin. .Mother of the bride was at tired in gray lace over satin, with matching accessories and corsage. Sister-in-law of the groom wore navy sheer with satin inserts, matching accessories and orchid corsage. A reception followed the ceremony at the Lincoln Manor. The bride is employed by the Dade County Board of Public Instruction as a first grade teacher j at Biscayne Elementary School. She is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami. She received the Masters degree at the University of Colorado. She is a former Florida State and Greater Miami director of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and one of the organizers of the Joint Brotherhood program of B'nai B'rith Youth and the Greater Miami Christian Youth Council. Newlywed Mrs. sfftyn was chosen as sweetheart of Air Corps Hospitals, was organizer of Young Judaea and YM and YWHA Youth and Young Adult Groups here. She is a founder of the Young Peoples league, Board member of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and was an active Zionist leader in local, regional and national Junior Hadassah. Mr. Rifkin is associated with Display Unlimited on Biscayne Boulevard. He is a graduate of James Madison High School, Brooklyn, New York, and the University of Florida. A member of Delta Sigma, he served five and half years in the Navy. He is Litwin, Rosenblatt Honeymoon in Cuba Mn. Herbert J. Karatr Kargers Reside In New York The former Helene Audrey Milbouer and Herbert Joel Karger ^were married in Rego Park Jewish Center, Long Island. New York, on December 13th. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lillian Milbouer, 1524 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, and Hotel Hamilton, New York. Mr. Karger's parents are Mr. and Mrs .Saul Karger, White Plains. Miss Blanche Litwin and Charles Rosenblatt went to Cuba for their honeymoon, following their wedding in the Sorrento Hotel, on December 27th. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Litwin, Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Rosenblatt's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenblatt, 5225 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Maid of honor was Miss Karyl Long, Chicago. Other attendants included Mrs. Lucille Hellman, Miss Barbara Rose. Miss Ann Rosenblatt and Miss Susan Rose. Bernard Resnick was Mr. Rosenblatt's best man at the ceremony. The couple will reside at 7421 Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach. Edward Kemp, cousin of the bride, gave her in marriage. Miss Lorraine Fox was maid of honor. Acting as flower girl was Elizabeth Sue Gould, cousin of the bride. The bridegroom's father served as best man. Ushers included Man ey Finer, Robert .Weiss, Marvin Wadler and Robert Briskin. Newlywed Mrs. Karger attended Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami. She was a member of Hadassah, B'nai B'rith and Young Adult Group of Miami Beach. The bridegroom attended Princeton and graduated from New York University. He served with the Army in the Phillipines and Japan. He is now a manufacturer's representative. Mn. Cfeerles senblarf New Choral Group Organized on Beach A new choral group was organized Thursday night at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center under the leadership of Robert Strassburg. The group will be one of many to participate in the community D% DIVIDEND INCREASE, to 3% *r far. • (I.tliv. Jon. 1 — payable Juno 30. Sov. now at riocoou CAVINO* 3 MIAMI BIACH orrici* also a member of the Masonic Order, South West Lodge No. 286. Among out-of-town guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Max Kuker and children. Alan. Howdy and Karen, Neptune. New Jersey, and Mr. and Mrs. John Rifkin. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rifkin. Seymour Rifkin. Mrs. Yetta fleck and Sander Beck, all of New York. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKER* M EMPLOYMENT SEHJCE-v: %  S7 N. B. Mn sirott Plitni •-•401 AL MEIDkNBERO. 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r p i PAGE 2 B 9jmistlk£***?y=^== Aronovitz will be Feted at Affair Dinner wiih the Mayor, a test monial in honor ol Mayor v %  v ribvttt ch. OttyMliaMl ""' be he d i n Sunday, February 7th, 7 p.m., al Hi.' Star Biscayne Terrace Hotel, under I isorship ol Sholem I B'nai B'rith, n has been announct< by Edward S Roth, Shi president. The testimonial "ill highlight Mayor Aronovitz' long years ol service in the program of the AntiDefamation League and B'nai B'rith and his many contributions in behalf of the advancement t democracy and good human rela tions. Roth said. Featured speaker for the dinner will be Hon. Henry F.dwan' Schuitz. ol New York, nationa chairman of the Anti Defamation Lmuue of B'nai B'rith Roth has announced the appointment of Joseph A. Rayvis as chairman ol the Testimonial Dinner t'ommittei .Serving with Rayvis are Alan Ses.-ler and Frank Jatte. publicitv. Tnley Cadin, Sanford M. Swerdi and Gilbert J. Balkin. program: ward 6, Both. Bernard Newmark Sidney M. Aronovitz, at meiits; at.I Edward Klein. Milton A Prieaman, William l I Burnett Roth and Gei rge : anon, reservati ragA^jANUARY, "MUMI IEACM ******. H04 lincota R49473 Harflwf AM Ph. $-3*12 r* %  *-*" "fciente % % %  CUVOM 1AU0KMC 1104 IINCOIN ROAD M ami Broch 1173 HARDING AVINUt IsrfjMa HABEROASHIRT 33li roar en Miomi Btmch yyti 20% OIVlOfNO itKnAil i •'!•,.,„ ^A 1 JlM pyan, Jwi* JO. rot. .. J MIAMI IIACHC.,',, 1 04 V ID ROSNER & conoiAur mnts rou JO DM AT STEM/-. HOTEL rhe Oceon (l ,;„, j^l MIAMI IIACH, non, Mrs. Jack Rosen, president of th< j Club of Greater Miami, presents a check to Mrs. Jack Ablin on behalf of the Chicago Club for the building to be erected at the Jewish Home of the Aged in memory of the late civic and communal worker Jack Ablin. Sunday School Teachers Name Officers Dinina Hum OfWM • tfct • %  •fie FOR RESMVATKMiS rHONtI44J livsiosilion Space 70 IVrwiH Sold Exposition booths are 70 per < the event schi Auditorium. March 5th I : cording to H. H H chairman This will be the fifth am position with tently in tin Flyman this wet manufacturer* eager 1 quality and extent of Miami-made products to contact John S. Gassaway at Dinner Key so that the remaining 90 booths can be rente,: before time for the doors to open, Miami industry 1showing spectacular progress, particularly m the jalousie and apparel line-. without creating the -moke and soot nuisances common to Northern manufacturing areas, Hyman added. At ., meeting of Sundaj school teacherof Decembi r lilding, thi ll : tructnr %  S vice 1 r. in %  %  Th' • ted their a] I %  %  IWANTMYMILK Sisterhood to Meet The Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold its monthly luncheon on Wednes day. January 13th. at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Nat Siegel is chairman of the luncheon and is being assisted b) the Mesdames B. Knobelman, F, Rappaport. I.. Gussman, A Harrison and D. Sharoff. g twi tul the term in Elemi ) He %  %  meel %  ; : iprki r for t %  DOCTORS RECOMMEND SUGAR1NE FOR DIARKTirs. OVERWEIGHTS AND LOW CALORIE DIETS P..,. H.rmlr*. Economic! Federal Sain*t b la A inc. — 51-0741 Man. HI D.ua Store —86-2040 I 7 I •# CaMiat Pn Ublr— ON II for cookln *-0z. Size Bottle.. O nly 75c AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL FOOD STORE THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY PROGRAM ol Mewfoll I oriiu, On The Air* 5 EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 to 11,30 0UB. Station: WMIE (1,40 oa dial, """ %  VonoBi F*otrei Product* and Direetei hf Phonrt Oasaral R apa l r on aU llaka Trucka and Car* Baotrla and Ac.tj-lana Waldln* COULTON BROS. GARAGE r,. k. Rfbullt Mody R.palra and Palntlnf 144 S.W. If* ** IT THE BAKHS OF "OVE SOUPS jjgfrfiQWjlU \ Flavorful, saiisfvinr. "NSAirEDl lliT>>„, m^JRrt First Time in Miami... GALA CONCERT The "Singers of Israel" at Dade County Auditorium 2901 West Flagler Street Tuesday, January 26th. 8:30 p.m. Contor Malovsfty and family Choir ond the "Martin Sisters" jk/ M.a*i ttmtK *W AT: ,.„ T Tfw-( ^^ „„ c Hi ., ^ ?"""' *•* %  Am d..M •"'' %  -' UW "• l *f !!.tS $... s.id„ g; 4 *• C... IU Wr-4*. l**mTc>+ **J ta -tw. $03 S.w. i7k .MM, mm*. *••• *** %  J !" _< US. US. XM. IM, M, ^ toO+4



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IY. JANUARY 8. 1954 +Jmi&ngram one hour before the genii meeting. [Henrietta Szold Group of Hassan will hold its first general cting of 1984 on January 11th, noon, in the Algiers Hotel, lighlighting the meeting will be collection of Eye Banks, con|ning five dollars in dimes which 11 be used for the care and treat *nt of blindness in the children Israel who have been brought sre from all parts of the world. iThe program is being arranged Anna Melnick, president, and Igda Mescheloif, vice president. Irs. Dorothy Fink, guest speak is chapter coordinator of Amer%  n Affairs. • • • lerzl Group of Hadassah will et at the Cadillac Hotel on Monat 12:45 p.m. Mrs. Oscar Sinwill preside. Chairman of the month, Mrs. IrMakowsky. will speak on the Year of Trees, a festival I ushers in the Springtide in lei. fuest speaker will be Ruth vart Allen, secretary of the rida Hibiscus Association. She llso in charge of Tropical GarMagazine, here will be an Oneg Shabbat on (relay, January 9th, 1 p.m., at [home of Mrs. Louis Goldman, North Jefferson Avenue. thy Krieger Fink will bo speaker, and Eileen Goldman tie piano soloist. • • • Iramatic presentation by Rosa be the program for the S. Wise Group of Hadassah on Monday, January 11th, 12:30 p.m. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. • • • Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah will bold its next meeting at the Lord Tarleton Hotel on January llth, 1:13 p.m. Presentation of the moving picture project, which through the generosity of the Miami Beach Hotels and the winter tourists, help raise funds for medical aid to Israel, will be enacted by Mrs. Julius Seligman, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Jennie Appleruth and Mrs. Ruth Goodman. Shown at the meeting will be the latest Hadassah picture, A New Morning. Mrs. Dorothy Fink will be guest speaker. The Volunteer Committee is headed by Mrs. Israel Teitch, Mrs. Charles Jamison and Mrs. Albert Grayson. • • • Naomi Group of Hadassah sponsored a benefit games party on Thursday evening at the Home Milk Auditorium. Mrs. Arthur Hershbein was in charge and assisted by Mrs. Burton Yagoda and Mrs. Morris Goldfarb. The group will hold its regular monthly meeting at Ruby's, 3727 SW 8th Street, on Monday evening, January llth, 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, Mrs. Samuel Sakrais and Mrs. William Lee will be honored guests. • • • The regular monthly meeting of the Israeli Group ni Hadassah will be held Monday, January llth, 1 p.m., at the Cromwell Hotel. Mrs. Jack Davis, vice president and Youth Aliyah coordinator of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will talk on the latest movie on Israel, To Save One Life, which will be shown at that time. Mrs. William Blechman will report on the progress of the dinner dance to be held at the Beachcomer on January 31st. Mrs. Frances Rubin requested that all filled eye-banks be brought to the meeting. Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan is president of the group. Molinas Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Max Beer Molinas, formerly of 9010 SW 157th Street, will take place Sunday, January 10th, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Molinas is survived by his wife Yolanda; five sons, Albert, Mickey, Harry and Martin, of Cleveland, and Edward, of Akron; one daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Resnick, and one sister, Vilma Tessler. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Diemar Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jean Diemar, formerly of 6700 S.W. 21st Street, will take place Sunday, January 10th, 2:30 p.m. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mrs. Diemar is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Boal of Miami; a son, Sam Diemar of Savannah, Ga.; five sisters, including Mrs. Rose Samuelson of Coral Gables, Fla.; two brothers, David and Robert Bleicher of Omaha, Ncbr., and four grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Rubin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Dr. Henry Rubin, formerly of 358 Meridian Avenue, will take place Sunday. January 10th, 2:30 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Dr. Rubin is survived by his wife, Elsie; his father, Isidore; four daughters, Mrs. Judith Shastin, Mrs. Elaine Winer, Naomi and Gail; one brother, four sisters and two grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Shapiro Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Morris Shapiro, formerly of 1408 N.E. Bay Shore Place, who was a resident of Miami for the past ten years, will take place Sunday, January 10th, 1 p.m. on the Woodlawn Park Cemetery with Rabbi Shmar-1 Laura. Arrangements are in charge Zimmerman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Lily Zimmerman, formerly of 1980 Biarritz Drive, will take place Sunday, January 10th, 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mrs. Zimmerman is survived by her husband Leo; three sons, Stanley, Dr. Daniel and Murray, also four grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Harr Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jess Harr, formerly of 2413 S.W. 16th Court, will take place Sunday, January 10th. 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Harr is survived by his wife Betty and a daughter who says YOU HAVE NO TIME 10 BAKE? 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