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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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
IE 28 Number 41
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENT3
lies Proposal For Israel Seen Unsatisfactory
is Ride Roughshod in National Campaigns
i. Ives Says Harriman Attempts
Anti-Semitic Smear Electioneering
IYOHK (JTA> Appeals to
sh prejudice and bias
|figured in election cam-
Evelopmenta at opposite
the continent ami were
btched with concern, the
felt graphic Agency report-
week.
tgim. Richard L. Nfubgr-
pcratic candidate for the
States Senate, was being
In a smear campaign
his Jewish origin and re-
nd charging that he had
avoid military service in
(far II although he was an
Beer.
Kvr'< Republican oppo-
Guy Gordon* has disa-
be personal attacks on his
but the Democratic can
[camp says these attacks
continuing and observers
ptcd as predicting the cam-
i 11 get progressively
York State. Senator Irv-
|\(-. Kepublican candidate
lovernship, accused his
|tic opponent. Averell Har-
attempting to make him
Inti Semitic. Mr. Harriman
feared a statement by Sen.
p a statement made by
Her Dulles in 1945. when
fcs ran against Herbert H.
ir the senatorship.
Hi -tatement, which the
|rk Times said had been
an attempt to describe
of the American Labor
Jhuh was supporting Sen.
i declared "If you could see
of people in New York
Iking up this bloc that is
for my opponent, if you
them with your own eyes,
Ijou would be out. every
and woman of you, on
Day."
bn of this quotation by the
fts, Mr. Ives said, was an
make it appear that he
p-Semitic. "Of course," he
my whole record complete-
Ibsolutely belies nothing of
ps also denied that his par-
splayed "bigotry" by omit-
fn advertisements in Syra-
?spapers the name and pic-
ture of Rep. Jacob Javits. Republi- ever, in an editorial that "it is ab-
can candidate for Attorney-Gener-
al, and termed the charges "base
and malicious."
Frank De. Vecchi, Republican
candidate for Controller and a resi-
lent of Syracuse, said the photo of
ilr. Javits had been omitted "sim-
ply because the picture of Mr. Jav-
ts did not arrive in time."
The New York Post, however,
luoted the Syracuse Herald-Jour-
surd to ascribe these weird devel-
opments to religious prejudice."
In New Jersey, crackpot and ex-
treme rightist organizations, spear-
headed by Conde McGinley's "Com-
mon Sense" outfit, opened fire on
Clifford P. Case. Republican sena-
torial candidate, who is under bit-
ter attack from rightwing elements
Oi his own party. Thousands of
copies of "Common Sense." distrib-
. i uted from Union, accuse Case, like
.al as declaring it had plenty of Presidcnt Eisenhower, of ^g a
new and old Javits photos." The tool of the Jews and pro-Commu-
New York Post concluded, how-' nist.
Stnutor George Smothers
Egypt Remains Cool to New Offers
Of Peace in Near East; Azmi in Attack
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -, Is-
rael called on the United Nations
this week to act to bring Israel and
the Arab States Face-to-face for
peace talks and proposed an inter-
im arrangement of non-aggression
treaties pending final peace agree
ments in the Middle East.
The first Arab response, made,
like the Israeli bid, in the general
debate of the United Nations Gen
eral Assembly, was a rejection of
the proposal by Egypt. The spokes
man, Dr. Azami, ridiculed the Jew
ish State's peaceful professions.
The Israeli proposals were made
by Ambassador Abba S. Khan, head
of the Israeli delegation, in a
speech in which he also outlined bo, Manila and London as examples
Israel's position on a number of! of the value of face-to-face talks.
world issues facing the General As-
sembly in its ninth session.
Mr. Eban did not comment on a
suggestion, made some hours earli-
3T by Mohammed Ali, Prime Min-
ister of Pakistan, that a country
"friendly" to both Israel and the
Arab States should offer to serve
as a mediator between them.
Mr. Eban built a powerful de-
mand for peace based upon the use
of the UN apparatus. By contrast
with the speeches delivered earlier
in the General Assembly by the
heads of the Iraqi and Syrian dele-
gations, who had indulged in vitri-
olic/attacks, the Israel representa-
tive refrained from name-calling or
bitter accusations, calling instead
for renewed effort to bring peace
and security for all out of the pres-
ent Middle East contentions.
"The only successes in interna-
tional relations in the past dec-
ade," he stated, "have arisen from
processes of direct negotiation."
He pointed to the international
agreements on Korea and Indo-
china, to the conferences at Colom-
Against a background of inter-
national successes through direct
negotiation, he said, "the refusal
of Arab governments to bring their
relations with Israel under any pro-
cess of negotiation, review or set-
tlement stands out in unique iso-
lation." Pointedly Mr. Eban an-
nounced that he would not engage
in recriminations, or attempt to
answer the Arab spokesmen who
had talked about "shining Arab
virtue and indelible Israeli guilt.''
The present situation in the Mid-
dle East, he -said, is due primarily
to the fact that the Arabs had
overthrown United Nations reso-
lutions, had violated repeated UN
cease-fire orders, and had refused
to make peace. "There is there-
fore not the slightest moral or juri-
dical force," he said, "in view that
Israel is under obligation to re-
nounce its rights under existing
agreements, in an attempt to re-
store the arrangements which
Arab violence overthrew seven
years ago."
MAC Boycott
Ends; Brewster
New Chairman
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israel
Ambassador Abba Eban met with
Secretary' of State John Foster Dul-
les last week to discuss Israel's se-
curity problems. It was learned
that Secretary Dulles outlined cer-
tain tentative proposals and that
Mr. Eban gave his government's
initial reactions. It is understood
that resumption of the discussions
await the receipt of the Israel Gov-
ernment's views.
According to informed quarters.
Mr. Eban intimated that the formu-
lations proposed by Mr. Dulles
would not in any way meet Israel's
concern over the results of
strengthening the Arab states and
offering them one-sided military
airangements. Herbert Hoover Jr..
Undersecretary of State, and Reu-
ven Shiloah, Israel Minister Pleni-
potentiary, also participated in the
meeting.
Meanwhile. Senator George A.
Smathers. of Florida, in a state-
ment to the press, criticized the
plans of the U.S. Government "to
make new grants of arms to the
Arab states." He said it was like
"lighting a match for the fuse to
the Middle East power keg." The
Democratic Senator pointed out
that "supplying planes, tanks, guns
and ammunition seems to be invit-
ing disaster in the Middle East
where so many have worked so
long and with such great patience
for peace and permanent under-
standings."
Israel will end its seven-month
boycott of the Israel-Jordan Mixed
Armistice Commission when it re-
turns to that body October 15, the
day on which the new chairman of
the MAC, American Lt. Col.
Charles F. Brewster. takes-over his
duties, it was meanwhile revealed
in Jerusalem.
Israel last weekend approved the
appointment of Col. Brewster a> a
successor to Commander Elmo R.
Hutchinson.
Cmrl Wemklt
'ration Opens Pledge Cleanup
live; Community Support Urged
[Weinkle, prominent civic
gioui leader and honorary
M of the Greater Miami
Federation, will lead an in-
[Pledge collections drive jn
the Combined Jewish Ap-
|has been announced by
Myers, Federation pr*si-
mcentrated push for
cy funds was begun early
th under the direction of
i chairman Sara A, Gold-
Bisted by three vice chair-
men, Leon J. Ell. Joseph Mech
low and Carl Susskind.
October has been designated
"Redeem Your Pledge" month by
Wrinkle who points out that the
community has "unfinished human
itarian business" to complete so
(that local institutions may con-
tinue to serve men, women and
children in this area.
| Pledges must be met to insure
the flow of cash to the United
'Jewish Appeal currently conduci
.ing.a naUonal cash drive for $60,
Cnfinud en Pa#e 7
Promulgation Comes After Fourteen Months
First Indemnity Law Enacted
BONN (JTA)The first of sev-
eral implementation regulations
indispensable to the carrying out
of the Federal Indemnification
Law for the compensation of in-
dividual claimants has been pro-
mulgated here, 14 months after
the law was adopted by the Ger-
man Parliament and a full year
after it went info force.
Beginning Nov. 1, widows, un-
til their remarriage, children
while attending school and a few
other minor.categories of elig-
ibles will be able to draw monthly
pensions, provided that the death
of the family breadwinner was
indisputably and directly due to
Nazi persecution. Payments will
be reduced or stopped if the ap-
plicant any time earns more than
the equivalent of $35 a month.
Minimum rates have been estab-
lished at $48 for the widow, half
this amount for a full orphan
and less for half-orphans
Eligible dependents will re-
ceive two-thirds of what the Ger-
man state would grant a civil
servant, equivalent in status to
the murdered breadwinner, if the
former had succumbed to a fatal
accident in line of duty. In other
words, calculation of the pension
is predicated on the hypothetical
assumption that the deceased
Nazi victim held a German civil
service position in a grade com-
parable to his actual social and
economic standing.
Seven years after enactment of
the indemnification laws for the
United States Zone and 14 months
after the adoption of the Federal
Indemnification Law, not one of
the additional implementation
regulations desperately needed
for putting it into practice has
even been introduced in Parlia-
ment or made available to the ex-
perts of the Jewish and Nazi vic-
tims' organizations. In the latest
of a series of promises, however,
the specialist for indemnification
matters in the Bonn Ministry of
Finance, Dr. H. Kuschnitzky, gave
assurances that the implementa-
tion regulations to Articles 14
and 37 of the Law (impairment of
health, physical injuries, profes-
sional or economic damage)
would be "in full force by the
beginning of the winter."
Meanwhile, it was reported in
New .York that more than 100,000
victims of Nazism now living in
16 countries around the globe,
have benefited this year from
sums in excess of $9,000,000 dis-
tributed by. the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany. This was disclosed in
the first annual report presented
to the Conference by its board of
directors, according to an an-
nouncement here.


PAGE 2
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FRIDAY,

Joint Meeting of
Sisterhood Slated
Hn J"-i'ph Glumf of Tucka-
hoe. N Y a leader of the National
Federation of Temple Sisterkoods,
one of the world's larce-t women s
organization*, will address a joint
meeting of the Sisterhood- of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Temple brad
and the '""ril Gables Jewish Cen-
ter on Wednesday. Oct. 20. at 1
p.in ID the oanquet hall of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave.
Mrs. Glanaer's topic trill be "The
Work of Thy Hands ErtabUsh
Thou it.'"
The National Federation of V.n-
ple Sisterhoods, with a program of
service to Jewish and humanitari
an causes, is made up of nearh
85.000 members in the I'mted I
States and six other countries It i .
the women's division of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega- j
lions, of which the Coral Gable-
Jewish Center. Temple Israel and
Temple-Beth Sholom are affiliates
Mrs. Glanzer i> president of the
New York State Federation of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods and was formerly
that Federation- vice president
and chairman of it- committee on
child study and parent education.
She is active in many religious and
civic organizations in New York
- to her appearance before
the joint sisterhoods meeting, Mrs
nzer will be the gin
luncheon of th.. board of dm
mplt B- th Sholom Sistei
in the juet hali
.....[or this I Mes
h Ar-
km. Wall Miltoi
arid i:
Mrs
Group, will be s th< joint
wjn.* l- program
S rbood
and h-- bean planning the meet-
ing with Mr- Leopold Scbi
dent of Tempi. Isr Sistei
hood, and Mr-
president of th' Jew-
ish Centet od
ICKEN SOU


Milton Friedman takes the oath oi office as city judge from
Frank Correll, city clerk. Hon. Abe Aronovitz. Mayor of Miami,
looks on. Long active in local and national civic, philanthropic
and religious programs. Friedman was appointed to office by
the City Commission at a recent meeting.__________________
Youth Groups Plan
Joint Dance Here
Miami unit ot Junior Hada--..h
and Temple Emanu Kl Young
Adults an- giving a Dual Dance.'
Oct. 17. at the Casablanca h h
Proceed> will go to the Children's
Village of Shefeya Meier and the
Young Adult College Fund.
Working on the committee are
FrogeL Carol K..hn. Klaine
Schwartzman and Una Lowe from
Junior Hadassah. and In Scherr.
B"b SI tl Kwitn.
res and Phyllis i
Temple Emanu I
'.
Zionists to Install
1 (oral Gable- Zionist District will
I hold it- annual installation of offi-
ce r- on Sunday evening at the Col-
ony restaurant. Former Florida
Sen Claude Pepper will be guest
speaker Entertainers will include
Mrs Irving Nelson and Mr- Judith
n Drucker. mother and
hter mu-ical team.
Dr. Kapchan to Speak
I
; i
will hear Pr I I
h

munit) it .- meeting "n Thur--
Od -1 8.30 p m.. at
the Center bull .
Immigration to be Discussed
Burner) Roth of Mi-
ami Beach will analyse the McCar-
ran-Walter immigration act at the >
(Hi jo meeting of the El<
: n.il H nth
will be held
at the Mil H U I, 146
Biscayne blvd., beginning at 8 30
p m
r"*""
%,
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Aronovitz to Speak
Miami Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will hear Mayor Abe Aro-
novitz in a di-cuv-ion of "Ameri-
canism and Civic Affairs" on
Thursday. Oct. 21. 8 p.m.. at Beth
David Synagogue. Theodore
tiencanism and civic af-
fair- chairman for B'nai B'rith. will
nice Mayor Aronovitz
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W# Sorry .
Individuals and organizations
who submitted copy for publica-
tion in this week's issue of The
Jewish Floridian may not find
their items in these columns due
to an early deadline and mechan-
ical restrictions imposed upon
The Jewish Floridian as a result
of the observance of the first
two days of Sukkoth.
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rv-TOBER 15, 1954
*Je*Mfk>rkto*n
PAGE 3
J| of Pioneer
Ution of New
L>s Meyer, delegate from
fer Miami Council of Pion-
Lns organizations to the
leadership seminar of
tomen, will be principal
, an open Council meet-
kursday evening. 8 pjn.,
.,, the Miami Hebrew
Ll Congregation.
Lunar was held Sept. 10
Itanfordville. N.Y., at the
Lt Hotel, where owners
K|rs Rubin Berg were
1*30 selected participants
Lrts of the United States
Ha Mrs. Berg, one of the
unders of the Pioneer
movement, contributed
j,P original $500 quota in
1920s to help dig the well
ceded in an early settle-
Palestine.
ppeal for the well was the
gave birth to the
i'omen of America," Mrs.
^plained here, '^^f/
lover 280.000 Israeli wom-
Moetzet Hapoaloth, the
oizaUon of the American
.'omen whose member-
ie I'nited States, Canada
10 is 40.000.
open Council meeting,
Pushkin, president has
he program. Mrs. Harold
id Mrs Leo Goldman will
. original skit, and masi-
irs will be given by club
I southern-midwest region-
fence to be held in Atlan-
ct. 25 to 26, Mrs. Pushkin
e-t-nt the Greater Miami
Jrs. Sonia Robbins, the
trson Club; Mrs. Louis
|n and Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
Fred Sandier and Mrs.
Helmut, the Kadimah
M the preceding Regional
in 1952. the Greater Mi-
cil signed and accepted a
participation in build-
ptories, dining hall, labor-
faculty hall of "Kanot,"
Kino youth village and
k-al School planned for
It the gateway to the Ne-
Jael.
|" is now completed, and in
\t\ of Miami's participa-
ennstruction, the Miami
lo the Atlanta Regional
will receive an engrav-
Women Reveals
Group in Miami
ed plaque which ultimately will be
sent to Israel for display in the
main building there.
Mrs. Sonia Plotkin has organized
a new-chapter of Pioneer Women
in the greater Miami area. This
grout) will meet regularly and is
open to women in and around the
Coral Gables and southwest Miami
areas. Mrs. Plotkin founded the
Pioneer Women's Club in Indiana-
polis, Indiana, before making Mi-
ami her home.
Pilot members ot me new club,
Mrs. Ethel Bereskin, Mrs. Max Co-
hen, Mrs. M. S. Green, Mrs. Leon-
ard Greenfield, Mrs. Anna Heid-
rich, Mrs. Bess Pearlman and Mrs.
Gertrude Zollinger, will apply to
the Greater Miami Council for a
charter in November.
Club I met for its regular month-
ly meeting on Thursday evening
at Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Golda Myerson Club, together
with Ben-Gurion Farband Branch
and the Poale Zion organization,
sponsored a Sukkoth celebration
on Thursday evening at Beth El
auditorium. Rabbi David Shapiro,
spiritual leader of Temple Sinai fn
Hollywood, was guest speaker. Jo-
seph Pardo. Miami attorney, sang
Jewish melodies accompanied by
Mrs. A. A. Pekelner.
Members of Golda Myerson Club
will meet for their regular monthly
meeting on Oct. 28, Tuesday eve-
ning. 8 p.m.. at the Beth El audi-
torium. An Israeli movie will be
shown.
Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the
Florida Regional office of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith,
spoke on the Tercentnary celebra-
tion at the Kadimah Chapter's
meeting Thursday evening at Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion. Mrs. Jacob Raffel, program
chairman, also arranged for the
showing of the movie, "Sons of
Liberty." Mrs. Sonia Plotkin and
her daughter, Mrs. M. S. Green,
served as hostesses in honor of
their newly born granddaughter
and daughter, Benita Joy Green.
New Members to be
Feted at Beth Sholom
Special membership "Welcome
Service" will be conducted in hon-
or of the more than 150 new fam-
ilies who have joined Temple Beth
Sholom since the beginning of its
new fiscal year this past June, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Ralph Spero, president of the con-
gregation.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will conduct an
especially prepared service, dedi-
cated to the new families, and the
congregation will be hosts to the
members at an Oneg Shabbat.
Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, membership
chairman, has appointed Mrs. Bar-
ry Cameron to be chairman of the
Oneg Shabbat for new members.
Committee includes the Mes-
dames Ralph Spero, Sol S. Pine,
Irving B. Kaplan, Harry W. Green-
berg, Saul Herman, Alexander Rob-
bins, Leon J. Ell, Wolfie Cohen,
Joseph L. Arkin, Benjamin Sabin,
Maurice B. Shein, William Yano-
witz, John Serbin, Ralph Cobb and
Max V. Cogen.
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Phone. 2-5437 and -027I
Specializing in Car* to the Elderly an*
Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Sorv
let. Special Diet* Strictly Oburvid
Prlvat* and Sami'-Privat* Room*.
Principal Honored
Louis Lasavin, principal, will be
honored by members of the Work-
men's Circle Peretz School, 1543
SW 3rd st., on Sunday evening,
Oct. 17. at 8 p.m. ________
'After School Program' Gets
Under Way on Miami Beach
Special "after school program"
of the Beach Branch, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
conducted five days a week
throughout the school year, is now
under way, it was announced by
Miriam Scheinberg. youth activities
supervisor. Additional registrations
are still being accepted.
The program was designed prim-
arily to meet the needs of working
mothers but is also available to
any other parents who are inter-
ested. It is open to children in the
first and second grades and pro-
vides supervised activities from
Monday through Friday of each
week from'2 to 5 p.m. Children are
picked up by the Center bus at a
number of different schools on the
Beach and are transported at 5 p.m.
to their homes.
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buaiaeaa umiw the fictitious nama of
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intends to remitter hiiIiI nama with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of liude
County, Florida.
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Attorneys for Applicant
ITs; \V. Hauler St.
10/15-22-29 11/5
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlnir to cnpcitic I"
business under the fictitious name of
SI'I'IIKMK SERVICK roMIANY (not
Inc.). at 2X6 N.W. 2th Street. Intend*
to reitlster KaId nume with the Clerk
of the Circuit* Court of Dude County,
Florida.
WAI.TKR WHEKIJ^R
MAX P. ENQEL
Attorney for Walter Wheeler
10/1-8-15-22
. compart 1
tfiai *!
Philip
Berkowitz
President of
Beth El
Congregation
500 S.W. 17th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Butterflake Bakery Succeeds
Pechter's; Specialize in Wide
Array of Baked Products
Louis Fishman, Morris Yudin
and Max Fishman, of Pechter's
Bakery, have joined Max Kay and
Samuel Hirsch, formerly of New
York, in organizing the firm, New
York Bakeries, Inc.
The new firm succeeds Pechter's
and will engage in retail trade un-
der the name, Butterflake Bakery,
at 1349 Washington ave., Miami
Beach.
The bakery will service hotels
and restaurants in the Greater Mi-
ami area, as well as a route from
Homestead to West Palm Beach.
Butterflake Bakery specializes in
sponge cake, butter babkas, cook-
ies, nut salami, taglach. egg chal-
lah, honey cake and other fine
products in the bread and cake
field. The bakery is also equipped
to fill the baking needs of wed-
dings. Bar Mitzvahs and other spe-
cial occasions.
Remodeling of the Washington
ave store is currently taking place,
but business continues as usual,
according to the owners. "Our
products," they indicated in an an-
nouncement this week, "will con-
tinue to prove our motto Butter
Makes It Better'." _____
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28954.A
RK: ESTATE OF
NATHAN HORN. O.ecased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE In hereby given that I have
filed the final report and petition for
Klnal DlschiiiKe as Kxei-utor of the
estate of NATHAN HORN, deceased;
and that on the lr.th day of Novem-
ber, 1S54, I will apply to the Honor-
able W. FRANK 111,ANTON. County
Judge of Dude County, Florida, for
approval of *ald final report and for
final discharge of MORRIS HORN and
CLARA HORN, as Kxecutors of the
Estate of NATHAN HORN, dri-eased.
Thia 6th day of October, 1.".4
MoRRIS HORN
KOVNER MANNHKl.MER
Attorneys for Bxacutora
Hi/15-22-2!) ll/j
**.. .the. W*
itt m *
Pogust BPOS rJ^1
I* Is the ai trf____-
is with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, the Officers and
Members of the Congregation
(fending a warm
ikome to their
^ewly engaged
Cantor
ishel
utman
famous Israeli
Chazen
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where
first
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FRIDAY
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Telephones 2-1J41 2-8MZ_________
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During The Week .. .a8
SEVERAL MONTHS AGO THE SUPREME
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editotand Publisher Volume M
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor_____
3y October 15. 1954
Tishri 18, 5715
American public school system Ever since
has run rife On the official level. >.,..
South Carolina. Georgia and I-ouisiana have thraatZ! (
i. vSr-i
'hrpletifdl0;
Smathers Offers an Alternative
Sen. George Smothers r.ington this
week predicted din results il tr.e Republican
Administration fulfills its recently formed pro-
gram aimed at en League na-
tions.
Sen. Smothers virtually pre:
action would be .. Qagranl
to bloodshed bazbaril
We ere. of course | ete accord with
the Florida senator, end we toe'. hi* obeei
tion is particular.. Mat at c time w
the Administration seems so sharply determin-
ed unconditionally to send the Arab nation*
the most modern products ; the
v.-erf are market
Sen. Smothers can hardly be accused by
rrevalent anti-Zionist opinion of expressing a
' cro-Israel" point of view. In accordance with
\v Kablii* WI*oimmI
We take th.s Opportunity o! welcoming those
new spiritucl leaders who recently were called
to pulpits here.
The High Holy Day services were perhaps
the fust occasion cilcrded them to meet all
the members of their congregations and. in
turn, to address themselves to the community
they wiil serve on the scope of their aspira-
tions.
Greater Miami is a constantly ezpandinq
area. The achievement of its Rabbis in re'..
~:ous education and cultural dissemination
therefore creates a significant impact on a vital
center of ever-advancing traditional Jewish life.
As well, our spirit. Let* are gratified
10 learn that the measure c! their accomplish-
ment in this regard does no) remain in Miami.
clone. The nature of out community still is
such that it attracts tens of thousands of per-
sons annually, who spend long psr.ods here
cr. a part-time basis.
These people, also benefit bom lh spiritual
end cultural environment ottered by our syna-
ccgues and centers and molded by their Rab-
bis. Thus, messaaes of hooe and faith express-
ed here find outlet in countless far-flung corners
of the lend.
We are certain that our new spiritual leaders
will discover Miami to be a challenging com
rr.unity for their endeavors and that their activi-
ties will prove beneficial for themselves, their
congregations and our generally exper.
crec.
jwn attitudes toward U.S. foreign policy
he emphasized American need of Arab good
;nd cooperc:
Eut unlike the less realistic fashioners of and
1 schools as an alternative to permitting \, r hind ihi> is a weird plan to subsidize private schoobui* -
policies are not affected by the Supreme Court dccl,, "fi
Man opinion, of course, has been heavily in'.!'"1
violent rejection of the decision in official circles andT^^
heart and applied double vigor to its own demonstratt
(regatioil law After all. if South i Cowl.
himself a former Supreme Court Justice and *J-j
one <>l the Roosevelt administrations. turn- mil to be **<
supremacy advocate, why should men of |(-.., .. Um, an **~
to voice their private objections
And if several of the sovereign ttati ,m ^
decision, unanimous or'otherwise, of the highest court
then rarely one can hardly censure the rtotii youngster!" "
1 "PHi
new look. Sen. Smatners Washingtom, or their vary fsspadsbli wh(j.'
ned our government against attaining ufce the only SIMM St tseir tflapoesl to express their tm
-a PI*
'"id mass de
ultimately no MM sociologically traumatic than the
Strikes in the form of absence from i,., and
picture of peace and ultimate anin-uiiiinuuui whai i*ik. t#*i
length in the trouble spot that Administration would have been m(
policy makers continue to paint. Jn calling for group of W*
friendship between the U.S. and the Arab na- deliver hi., talk befor
'*i
these things through encouraging bloody war-
fare among neiahbors. Thus, our state senator
i-eccrres ana-: ly ^> eye in the mud- convocation of Southern governors ,n Vkji,.....^ ,J
.ernes nooui.i ,, nSsume attend a meeting which was to be addn
died v.ew Near Eastern problems aovi assume. ^ ^^ ^ Kv<.rnrs had Gath,.rH +!&
Takinq a contrastina position to that of a abou* eluding the new desegregation law Mr W rren cjraTJ
nood number of his fellow conare'smen. he him,elf as a member of the court and. it can hardly be,
has not fallen, for the enticinq but impossible molllfyini represents of the E.senhovu ,,ratW(|
picture of peace and ultimate anti Communist WHAT MR. WARMN VIRTUALLY FOUND u. ln,
\ more effective for him to lecture to .
students on the meaning <>f civil libenwi
fore the few persons h datthe*-
Sen Smothers uroed the cdoption of an convocation as a gesture of noblesse oblige and of reaffiraJ
tions^&en. amainers mum k { h Republican government they hslped
alternative pc icv based on economic help and v *~
,lel l n r^t i
closer pohtical and cultural t.es. grapp)e w])h ^ J^ tomolT(JW fnm ^ JJJJ (
It is apparent thct he sees through the du- generations, confident in their conservative democraej and
Dl'Citv of the freguently and hysterically ex- que~t:"nable moral principles, they have learni I hatred,
pressed Arab preconditions for such friend- *nce NW the time has come for them to un-h.ckle their^
K, K ,______I.__;,. -| :_,_ to recognize the nature of the world in which they live ThisW
ship -- pre-condiher.s demanding gifts of jets. ^^J ^ ma>. ^m ^ hooUgarusm mamf(;.ted ^
tanks and cannon. (tu. pa,t (,.w weeksthe painting of our Supreme Court fnmH
A nation with peaceful intentions, Sen. letters, physical attacks against Negro stud, r.i- ... they lew
Smothers realizes, has l.f.le need for these com- day schoolJ that once excluded them and other video, tarta,
ohiuuics .eui .,.iH.i cr,r>rt sort-is another expression of juvenile discontent presentiar
modities. Economic help and spui.ua support ,hroughou, ,hp na(ion Such disconten( mirr, r ,he **
prove much more valuable to a people whose youth ever>where ^k, answeri t0 seeminglv unansw-enakal
concerns are freedom and human achievement M hon four ^^ ^^ (0 j^,,, two men in N,.u York (
in a humanitarian world. reason' than self-gratification, they seek an an-wer to the
^_____________________________ >ur age-^to an era that has seen two world wars, -evenl
I flagrations in addition and the threat of a third upheaval i
scale The gangs, the knives, the tatooed thigh pillage and
all symptomatic of an effort to comprehend and then tore]
violent reaction to desegratioa is only another e\umple in thb
What I am trying to get at is that understanding of 'he hBtorf
nil
Bon Voyage
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman departed
The trip to Israel is a gift to him from his
congregation, offered in gratitude for Rabbi
Lehrman's devotion to his spiritual post.
All of us join in wishing him and Mrs. Lehr-
man a joyous tour of the Jewish State and the
fulfillment of his self-expressed hope when he
Tli 1' l M Orchestra
The University of Miami Symphony Orches-
tra opens its 28th season here on Sunday eve-
ning, Oct. 31. at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Once again. Dean John Bitter will be rr.
cal director. First soloist of the concert series
is Barbara Gibson, youthful American colorc-
tura soprano.
Over the years, the university orchestra has
been instrumental in bringing to Miami the
greatest names in the musical world; as well,
ever the years, we have witnessed the develop
ment of the orchestra to the position it holds
today.
It has been to our cultural advantage that
we supported the university s musical endeav-
ors in the past. We can do no less today, when
the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra
is achieving its ascendancy. Let us all enlist
cs patrons and participate in the orchestra's
coming winter season concert series.
We will thus receive the cesthetic satisfaction
of witnessing the performances of some of the
greatest instrumentalists and voices in musical
history.
Wednesday for a trip to Israel, and we take ^^ .^ ftf t|M. dwades ,o come_lndved an) mft
this opportunity of wishing them Bon Voyage. mu>, no, ^ inlaitjve among our voutn wlIn ,he infVlUbly
Rabbi Lehrman's achievement in the Greater **P* "' >u,c,h V**"*"** -"UM he experiential s*
., ., T. ,___. affirmative patterns of behavior
Miami area is a weii known saqa. The leader-
ship he has offered to his congregation, to THE HIGHEST ECHELONS Of= OUR GOVERNMENT
thousands of youthful religious students and this problem in their own terms Adult reaction to our world ha
to the general community's welfare was excel-1 ""^ ,'^1",io^',?, As a nation, we are -till We*-
lentlv characterised last winter when Temple K^rf? *,'"'r fun^mt!,t '">;, lonJa,peope,V,
-________ ,. r tuve allied ourselves psvchically with the dominant eoknua
Emanu-El and the area at large joined in hon- (r .h, are Wes(ern and ^le. Bv wbrtitutioa we m
onng him on the occasion of his tenth anni- Ihcir humiliation and crisis because colonialism ii ewryeswi
verscry in the Temples pulpit. waM with the added recollection of our own slaw society
we are by hindsight abolitionist or notwe subconsciously aj
depending upon our politics, denigrate the itatus of the colonf
who will no longer submit either to outright < r.-Ijvement if
special brand of colonial enlightenment we huv< until recently.
him
In the face of increasing degrees of self the -backward" areas of the world and the evolution of new.
societies of black, yellow and brown men. our government
ceparted Wednesday: that he find Israel well U,e need to mend American's psychic ways The blow that tk>
on the way toward security and far beyond consciousness suffered on learning that the earth is not the"
the point of progress ne ooservec during his ,ne universe and the resulting attenuation of it- self-made
last trip there seven years ago. "n uns,able *or,d ,s -k,n to ,he b,ow ,he ^esl Whi\S,1
UStsifl in this new shock of recognition For it is indisjwtaq
powerful civilizations, which will ultimately make of us a i
re now preparing I achieve I
that our need to extend tb I
placed on politico military term
our government must griPP*'
regard, presenting it t" ,h*
war between East and uf*
IT REMAINS ESPECIALLY FOB THE youth ol our naUM*
this new vocabulary' of social terminology. It can not be
the comic book or on the television screen. Nor can it bei
the traditional hatred and aelf-centered prejudice of P*|*
hildren from school now attended by Negro" It i"
the classroom, where students of ail r
taught
Recent advocates of "gradual integration have hit up*
argumentthat desegregation is as vitally a psychic iue
prejudice and that it must be dealt with siowl> for prop
ration This, it seems to me. is valid only where the P* J
not a mask to disguise efforts aimed at sabot ogm what ,
1-w Just as we seek to outroot Communist influence wnerw'
be found because it represents a danger to the democrat i
too, must we outroot. and with as firm a hand enemies
tion and elements preaching race supremacy
lor they as surely undermine the safety of l ^
the newly evolving world Gestalt as does the ommunw^-
other things, silently gloats over American disunity
must finally be said that punishing recalcitrant ^j,nr^|
from them possible class privileges and honor- si ^
tial problemthe punishment of parents and teachers"
versive type for conspiring to undermine Federal 1j* *",
mg the minds of youngsters who, in the not l J ..btot
deal amicably with men of all skin colors around the <
; ttoosl discussion.
A

Ufa i"t tltfUIl
jfjjT. their chili
X,p enced in
, .nves
Sukkoth a Celebration of Thanksgiving


[y nfTTOBER 15. 1954
* *"!<,* n*>rMitn
VP-.CV 5
J to Hear
[rettClinchy"
^,.,,11 H. ClincKMpH*!M<,nt
National Conference of.
.,,i,l .lews, will address
Cual meeting <>f the confer
12 IS p.m. Oct. 21 in the |
Uu Room <>f Um Biscayne [
_ Hotel. ,.
hinchy will tell <>f his re-
bur through South Pacific
Japan, Asia and Europe
Arthur H. Compton, No-
Jre winning physicist.
fi .I, of business on the
will be the annual election
officers.
,. .,,1,1 hoard members se-
[by ihe nominating commit-
1,'idi Harold A. Landfield,
t.i .1.lines LeGate, secretary.
chairmen Farii N. Cowart,
Holland and Carl Weinkle.
in; Blank. Al B. Block. Kos-
hnstetter, the Rev. Fred E.
y Cowart, Dr. C ,U:e Eg-
! Vincent c.iblio. Joe
Louis lleiman, Cecil P. Hol-
Earold A. I.andfield. Rabbi
Fi,, hrman, Dr. T. L. Lowric,
rovitz. II s I'ellon. Dennis
in.iii
trd K Roberts. Jr.. Mrs. R.
Kins William K.'Reeri. Dr
, n Tharp. Judjte I. K.
i 1! Turner and S. D.
h'.ii h as board mem!" i .
I j- members of the
il T. Baker. I-fGute.
ater and Weinkle who
:,.. mbers Of the national
,1 amendment* to the
fiin by-laws also will be dis-
The new board will con-
ii n- organization meeting
el) after the membership
I Miriam Scheinberg
I Named Supervisor
pi The-youth ct*vit!* HHJIliu at
the Beach Branch of the Greater
| Miami Jewish Community Center
i is off to a new start this year un-
der the leadership of Miriam
Scheinbo-rg, who has recent\\ been
appointed to the position of youth
activities supervisor.
The many afternoon children's
activities and evening teen age club
programs at the Centers Beach fa-
cilities at 1536 Bay rd.. are now in
operation again for the new iea-
son.
Coming from the position of city
director of the Greater Miami Zion-
ist Youth Commission, Miss Schein-
berg has played a leading role in
the conduct of conventions ..nil
conclaves conducted for the Zinn
ist youth of the Southern region.
After receiving her Bachelor of
Science degree from the L'niver-in
of Miami, she was associated with
Hillel Foundation and Inter-Col-1 ica. She is a charter member of the
egiate Zionist Federation of Amer- Junior Hadassah of Miami. ,
rachi Women
Annual Tea
king the season's activities.
Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
it- annual membership tea
lm sday evening in the Pent-
n: the Blackstone Hotel.
i. b e rship chairman Mrs.
Turk announced her com-
... Mr< Sydney Margulies,
nn.iii. and the Mesdames Is-
ilish, Israel Slotsky, Jack
s.nii Herman. Max Stern-
prving Levy, Louis Mackov-
s.uil I'orush. The program,
K the Sukkoth theme, was
tin- direction of Mrs. Alex-
Gross,
png as hostesses for the eve-
'lie Mesdames Edan
| Levitt, A. Louis Mech-
M.i\ Frank. Morris Zitter.
sch, Israel Spolter. Esther
ithan Farber, Morris Laster
Shalom.
Allied Stone, president, an-
'I the appointment of delc-
Ihe forthcoming annual
convention set for Nov. 7
Intu- City,
Sholem Lodge. Lazarus
Women Hold Joint Meet
B'nai B'rilh Sir icm Lodge and
Emma I.aTarus W rmen's Lodge of
Miami held a joint meeting Thurs-
day at Beth DivhI Synagogue.
Special program of entertain
ment was arranged by Stanley Cai
din and Harry Schwartz. Habonira
Youth Organization entertained
with soni;s and dancings-.
In charge of entertainment and
refreshment were Fanny Rich.
Mina Lippman. Edith Flieher, Tina
Katz and Min Friedman.
{
the commission staff for four
| during which time, she organized
Yotihg Judaea groups, recruited
j and supervised leader- and ton-
ducted training institutes.
I Miss ftsheinberg has taugM Sun-
da] seltOOl at Beth David Conurc-
ggtion and was previously active
in K'na.i Ji'ia^h Yutflh Organization.
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FRIDAY
Bond Drive to Present Operalogue
Here; Glazier Named City Manager
A dramatic operalogue. includ- ami Beach, on Wednesdas Oct ,
ine condensed versions of popular 2 pm.
operas, will be presented here un- Spon-or- -re wmen ** "
der I i th State of I- pure! nimum ol $1,000 in
rael Bond Organization during the Development bs '
first week of December. .rned from
Sher. Greater Miami chairman, in- I fet lladtaC tow Ol U
formed workers at i special meet rael and will describe her expert-
the Shelborne Hotel Wedne- ences in that coun
day night.
r reported that the
logue had met with "tremendous
o inoouno i thai Sidney
r had been named city man
aer "t tin -
logue naa mei iui irurwh -
success" when presented in north- in this area He su
:red 1. Minzer Jr. h.> ha-
heen transferred to similar duties
in Toronto Canada.
Glazier i- no newcomer to this
area During the past two year- he
I Miami and Miami
on numerrii- occasions lor -pecial
- >>n a national level, includ-
ing the succewful evening- of en
tertainment presented under
ol l-ra Miami Beach h
h.i- arri\ed in Miami and
will have his headquarters in the
Bond office. 81t> C dg
ler held a
-peciai
i (1 Hscaym I
V thai reported a
:! -- Ml
v :
1
I Initiation, Membership
Brunch Slated on lth
M.nte Carlo Hotel will be the
KeJM "( tha annual member-hip
hru:ich of th.' Miami Beach Chap-
Bnai Brith Women on Tues
day, oct 26. at 10:30 am.
Member! and those who i-h to
jom will b. gUCStl "f the hot
director- A program con-l-ting of
a min-tnl -kit will be -hown for
tertainment of all who at
tend
Mr- Herman Stern will be chair-
: Un day, and Mr- Abraham
member-hip chairman, will
present Menorah pins to all new
members.
A racial hour of Menorah games
will be held after the program The
regular Menorah game- will be re-
sumed in No\ ember at the Km
pre-- Hotel ever> Wedne-day at
1 pm
S4a*t G>*n:r

-
-
that soles
[or the S|
held Mrs. Monti
: lh<
DiU*. dr. Mi-
Olympic
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molly
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I NAZZARRO
V PtINCi
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Youngsters Celebrate In
Mr and Mrs Robert Bloch. 891 \
Knier-oTl nvft, SUrT"itfe< 'Mat*)..*-
aiternoon nparlad their Snikah' to
children of the neighborhood.
Helping the youngsters celebrate
the festival of Sukkoth by decorat
ing the booth and offering r In -h
SurfsicU Sukk,4
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k~Uf rk,Hl-*r
PAGE 7
lion Opens Community-Wide
Drive; Weinkle Urges Support
Led from Pago 1
ll: effort to continue
to refugees and dis-
^,ns jn Israel.
Lets this broad pro-
|ef and rehabilitation
[three constituent agen-
. Israel Appeal, Joint
Committee and Unit-
lr New Americans.
L(. f Israel have made
I, this year, greater than
*r lime in their his-
L. said. He further de-
Ithe .-eltiers of Israel
>d a six year inflow of
_|ees and have consoli-
(renuthened their eco-
n "We must let noth-
feni from the success-
bn of this magnificent
rd
[.hit by the sluggish re-
CJA pledges in this
six local beneficiary
Ben look to Greater Mi-
\r. for support. These
III Sinai Hospital, Jew-
hr the Aged. Bureau of
Ication, Jewish Social
eau. Greater Miami
nunity (enter and Na-
of Jewish Women.
fcfieant programs in the
|e defense will be cin-
| we, the CJA contribu-
good our pledges,"'
licated. "The work of
(bmntry and anti-Semit-
engthehing the forces
y and goodwill must
and. unless civic de-
lies, -tich as the Joint
receive their allo-
oon as possible, their
mk will lag at a time
programs are so ur-
|i in our community."
Pefen.se Appeal is the
arm of the Anti-De-
jeague of B'nai B'rith
lencan Jewish Commit-
fcdvised that some 24
kill.!I religious and edu-
|pn.eii- throughout the
|t- are also dependent
Mion's cash allocations.
kii Mich institutions as
Jnien. Haclassah, Nation-
'elfare Board, Yeshiva
Hebrew Theological
B'nai B'rith National
In Appeal and the Leo
rial Hospital.
em Your Pledge' is to
Hum a mere name for
month, if good nsolu
be hacked by action,
Intrihutors must resolve
'.'romises to work and
nplete 'the unfinished
i'li,rh only dollars can
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"More than 9.000 persons pledg-
ed generously in the recent Com-
bined Jewish Appeal drivepledg-
ed to support 54 institutions which
serve people in need on every
front. We can understand what we
have done best in terms of human
life, human salvage and local com
munal progress."
Myers pointed out that Gold-
stein's committee has been work-
ing industriously through the sum-
mer.
Of last year's approximately $1,-
150.000 raised, many thousands of
dollars still remain outstanding, he
explained.
Luncheons Due
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Ga-
bles will invite new members to a
luncheon at the home of Mrs Jack
Toback, 5811 Maggiore. Coral Ga-
bles, on Friday noon, Oct. 22.
Co-hostesses will be the Mes-
dames S. Kurland. Charles Toback.
J. Barnes, B. Geiserman and M.
Varet. Mrs. Sidney Siegel is in
charge of reservations.
Mrs. Frank Smulson, vice presi-
dent, this week announced that
Mrs. David Fried will be in charge
of a luncheon to be held on Tues-
day noon. Oct. 26, at the Coral
Gables Women's Club.
Author to Speak
Nathaniel Norsen Weinreb. au-
thor of the newly published novel.
"The Sorceress," will address the
Miami Beach Recreation'Depart-
ment discussion group at 2100
Washington ave. on Friday at 8:30
p.m. Subject of his talk is "So
You Want to Write a book."
Hadassah Drive
At Half-Way Mark
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah is.at halfway mark in
itsannual drive for new members.
On Monday, eight groups met
throughout the area, dedicating
their programs to all new and
prospective members.
The woman who recruits the
greatest number of new members
received an award and will be a
guest of honor at a combined
luncheon meeting of the boards of
all twelve groups which will be
held on Oct. 21st.
Deborah Group: Membership
Tea, Algiers Hotel at 1 p.m. Pro-
gram director Mrs. Harold Wynn
presented "Come be the Growers."
Heril Group: Dessert Luncheon,
Sorrento Hotel at 12:30 p.m. High-
lights of the Convention were giv-
en by Mrs. Sydney Ross, president.
Israeli Group: Membership-Suk-
koth Party, Bel Aaire Hotel at 1
p.m. Musical program and talk by
Mrs. J. Davis. Refreshments.
Monorahj Membership Tea,
Coral Gaftfe* Woman's Club, at 1:15
p.m. Film. "It Could Happen to
You."
Senesch: Installation Member-
ship Brunch, Seagull Hotel at
11:30 a.m. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein.
regional president, was installing
officer. .
Shalom*: Hibiscus Temple at 1
p.m. Refreshments and skit, "Win-
nie Wins the Walkathon," present-
ed by the Naomi Group.
Siold: Empress Hotel at 12:30
p.m. Musical program by Mrs. Olga
Bibor Stern and a dedication cere-
mony for new members conducted
by Mrs. Barnett Beckerman.
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PAGE 8
+Jelsl'ncrl(#*n
Hoses Reveal Betrothal of Gerry U>u
To Attorney; Thanksgiving Kites Slated
m
At. and Mrs. Joseph Rose, of
1;45 Collins we.. Miami Beach an-
- unce the engagement of their
daughter, Gerry Lou. to Benedict
Arthur Sil\ernun. son of Mr. and
Bernard Silverm.in. BJM of
Miami Beach.
MiH Boat i- a graduate of Mi-
ll i Beach Riftl School, where -he
'. editor of the Yearbook. I mem
, : of the Spanish National Honor
S lety and secretary of Thespians
>he received her Bachelor of
Science decree from Syracuse Uni-
versity, magna cum laude. and wan
: et laureate of her graduating
> --
Miss Root was a member ol \
:'-j Kpsilon Phi social soroftt]
1 Zeta Phi Eta. speech '
Mitl R se i- at present com-
ting work toward the Master of
\ ts degre* -it Columbia Univer-
?itj
Mr. Silverman i- a practicing at
ne>. with offices in Miami He
.ended Cherry Lawn Preparatory
Conn where he
- president of the school and
tor of the newspaper He re
ceived his Bachelor of Science and
FRIDAY
Miss Martha Jo Becker Miirriesji
Fnichtinan in Double Ring, Camju
Ina.luble
JJ Thursd,,
5" LpSSSf
".. became th* *
(h-'-^ruch.man*
Pl.fonnerlyofTohJ'
R.ibtn Irvine Uk
mer
B'-t man *,
man. brother of ts
k of honor wax Carats!
| era included Inrin iw
ler Devenow. ^
Junior u-her
"**
Mist C^ry (n
Mils Deaaa Salting
Saikind, Kenin
Bachelor of Law decree- from the June Kilt/ W COS
S'WrcV:. rre-iderr Mr. Harold PocJgur Nan Spring Rites
tB, Mr and Mr. Martin Salk.nd.
. Chicago III., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Donna, to
David Kenin. whose parents Mr.
and Mr* Louis Kenin. reside at
Di Lido dr Mumi Beach.
- Salkind r-.omore at
>f Miami, where -he
Tau Epsjlor. Phi social frater
- \ a member of Phi Eta S
thman honor society, and \ .ce
-tice of Phi Alpha Delta, legal
: rs ternity
During hi- senior year S
- .n via- ^warded firM |
an-BurfcnB Memonal c
\ formal wedding for T"
, mg is planned. On this
..rent- of the bride will be cele-
rating their 30th -
Roai pan nts an active c-
.rfcer-
brother of th bride
The bride select* ,
trench chantillv !*,
taffeta -tyled with jj
sweetheart necklme I
with the -calloped n
lace and filled in vith g
bouffant lace skirt n
with scalloped oatteni
underskirt of gather*
peeping below Hen*',
, illusion fmsertip-leqn
llaibara Hirsch, U'on b> a dan,y **"
Anlmorr
Mm. Mwrii 'rwcatmea
Sept 11 Temple B'nai
ed-

The bride, daughter of Mr sad
Mr- H tt. 101 -' a%e.
Back and Sew Yort
net her fiance m a senior Her
- nt) is Alpha Kpsilon Phi.
e Co-
V-
gar. !
broth
were


Mr*. Ijfhman
(, ternity i- Zeta Beta
nember of the R 0.
TC at the university
\ gre is Uleral Art- h Mini
Mr Kenin
dmini-tra-
- smer of the
I sai Beach
\ edc: sprial i- con-
Dy ihe couple
Thaler Betrothed
Mr. and Mrs. Eia.1 Hirsch. 426
Almeria ave.. Coral Gables, an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter. Barbara Ann, to Leon
Thaler, at a recent dinner party at
their home
Mis- Hirsch is employed as a
rext-nationist f o r Eastern Air
Line-
Mr Thaler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
M Thaler, 510 SW 29th ave is a
senior at the University of Miami
No date ha- been set for the
wedding
Rummage Sale Planned
D
r >is
- monthly
| let 20.
enter. I hainneu are
-
I


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1720 VA 7tl
Weixmann Hadassah
Sunday afternoon. Uct. 17. Chaim
Wei/mann group of Hadassah will
hold its reenrollment membership
party at the home of Mrs. Simon
I Werner. 2108 SW 23rd ter. from
1 In 5 p m Mrs. Homer Rievman is
membership chairman Mrs. Har-
vey Cypress i- president
She carried white t
confirmation Bible
The bride was
Miami Beach High*
dictorun of her dam]
member of Ns
League. Student Cent*]
tenni- team She
versity of Miami.'
member of Alpha Lassfjl
women'- honorary
ority
Mr Kruchtman itta
and was graduated
Hills High School. Tohh|
a student at the I'mreM
ami where he belonjeitff
Phi social fraternity
Th> groom -pent cijhl
Germany and at preWj
turned with the Arn; a|
Ala
Gue-t- broke their T
fa>t ii ..htfullji
nupt: '/.lulfl
followed the weddaij
Out i : and Mr- Leonard
and Mr- I-win Frw
Mr^ ter IVwM
David Lp-tem. all 4
Mrs Becky
hv 90 ad
r of *" A 1
Inl
- teach-
:- ll
ird CaU and Mr- Krank Kickofl Luncheon
. __ (oncrega'i.in ind Sisterhood of
lor j rummage .. _. _
madeb) v- M the North Shora Je^<3nor an-
,, n.ui.ee a kickoff luncheon for the j gran t Maaf
princii.: lean *
berg ol R-.-klya.il
grandfu'her of the
Joint Celebration
N
.ib Nos 1 dr..i 2 will
t Sul -. Sun-
8 p rr .- K- i -eth I
Journal Ad Bonk at the home of
Mr- Louis J Cold, chairman of
the project, of 601 89th st. on
Friday morning. Oct 15. at 10 am
A meeting will precede the lunch-
*
Sim.m : Brook
and Mr- Daniel Hbthj
mont. N J
Spiegel. Raroiicless
Mm landri !**
Miss Rosen Gets
Hiiiii on Ranee's
liKt Birthdav
Membership Party r^! "* *'" l'l;m M;in"iai*e
r be : Mills) r.e
Member^h.p ; Maa fctor. Jack K.-hman ani Beryl
oed by IBM VI-t M
" Jewish ---------------------------------
M ffcSfl p.-r Sukkoth Party
m<,,r ~m! will
Mr- V
"engage^nu:""- eir daugh Party
San -r A -
:r.ced B) Mr and
I -' a\e .
C rai Gat
Mr Mesh parent- are Mr and
- VmtaaaB B Meah d J>
22nd ter Miami He chose Oct 3
.
- e his fiancee her r.
Both families are ongu
ago The bride-elect atti
> on Sunday evening
' 8ptr. ul Memo
called. "Meet f (ull 5^, sw ,7;h jvr p^
- IBtor and Mr-
. teen f.r a Ki-hel Lntman Also appearing will
be E J I
Knicl Art/t Betrothal
Bevcaled l\ Parents
The en*..
ter. L to Kuben V
>' ami j*: School, where nounced by Mr and Mr- Hi
-a- :r. the ajrta chor^- m.xevi Arr
us. a member of the dram.
c.-b and Tbjesg
Mi^s Rosen was also a student
at the l"r f Klonda and
I nersity of Miami, wher
appeared in several Ring Theater
antanaa, m well a- in Sketch
- of 1954
Mr Mesh attended Miami Senior
High School, where he was busi
Mr Miiier is the son of Mr-
Lena Mil'-
Miami Beach and Irvuuj Miller.
225 Fairway dr
The bride-elect graduated
Miami High School and attended
the Universal] I F
she was ehaaea -weethean at Zeta
Beta Tau. her fiances fraterr.itv
f M1.\H. the school sh* "<-* employed by Pruden
ytaTtaaaa He is currently on a ,lal lasurance Co
-.taoUrship at the I of M, major Mr Miller received his BS de-
iag in accounting He is past presi- gree in chemistry from the Uurtar-
nt of Alpha Pi Omega, president attj ..f Florida and is now working
: the announcing society, member j on the Master's degree at Purdue
Phi Eta Sigma and is in the University, where he is one the
.< tool senate research staff
The betrothed couple reveal that Mr Miller belongs to Gamma
are planning on a June 26 j Sigma Epsilon. honorary chemical
.adding I fraternity
are Shirley Joyce Spiegel aad Stu
art H Baroadess The couple saet
on a blind date
Their betrothal is irsac an-
nounced here by the hrane elect's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D Spie-
gel, of Norma N J Mim Spiegel
makes her home at 630 NE 31st si
She was graduated from high
-ch..I in Vineland. NJ. and at
tended Temple University at Phil
adelphia MhH Spiegel is currently
Iraff'c and prugram coordinator at
taan WMIE
Mr Barondevs. f MS West 4Jth
-t 1- the s,,n of Mr and Mrs. Wil-
liam H Barondess. Miami Beach
and San Juan. PR He was gradu-
ated from Western Military Acad-
emy and Norwich University.
N rthfield. Vt with a BA degree
in advertising
X
m;>. a-*
Us. tmU Artrt
(ioldl)erjr. Meddin l'lan Spring Hilw
An engagement ring oa Sept 17 year Ju **J*
was the surpnve birthday present Girl of Phi Ef*V .
Judie Goldberg received from Dav- Mr Meddm -"
d Meddin. of Savnanah. Ga j and Mrs *'*M**L
Judie is the daughter of Mrs. vannah He a P*V,
na Alpem Goldberg. 17t4 SW nah High schuui jaw
17th st and George Goldherg. Mi- BBA degree fW" ]
ami Beach She u a nadnis faf North Fulton High School, Atlanta, university he
where she was treasaarer mt Sigma Tau Ep-iien
Theta Pi aorority PM Kappa Phi
She ls a junior at the University fraternity and anw.
of Georgia, where her anfartt* u'hossorary bujiaan
Sigma Delta Tau. of watch she was I Mr Meddm
j corresponding secretary and is now Meddin P**1"** k,
'A aartng weddiaf *J
Phi


OCTOBER 15, 1954
brina-lA'iigth Lace Tulle Over Satin
ions (iown of Myrna Wasserman
jMvma Phyllis Wasserman
('. bride of.Alvin Joseph
Sunday at the Blscayn*
Hotel Rabbt Joseph Narot
fade Is the daughter of Mr.
Sidney Wasserman, 2210
.1 and was given in mar-
her father.
lining old and something
., were a ruby and diamond
ti ring, gift of tne bride-
mother, and a white Bible
|,l(. to her sister, the maid
_$wed Mrs. Lehman wore a
C. length gown of lace and
t,r ice blue satin, with fit-
fcice, off-the-shoulder neck-
r,,,rt sleeves and full skirt
|(l| with sequin embroidered
hques A half-crown of
I a embroidered lace held
gertip veil of ice blue illu-
, carried a white orchid
Ehanotis on the white Bible.
L.ra Wasserman, sister of the
Und Mrs. Henry Michaels,
f the bridegroom, honor at-
wore cottilion blue bal-
f-ijjln gowns of crystalette "
itching hats and face veils, c. ,.,u.,n ip \\[t.U
kmaids Ruth Dixon and ;>1<-I)l,ln lr< illCH
&lh&!L
PAGE 9
Births
W
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Mrs. Ahim 1. Ithman
Recent births in the Greater Mi-'
ami area include the following:
David Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Biegclsen, 1901 Johnson st.,
Hollywood.
Roberta Lynn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Brenner, 316 SW
lth ave.
Kim Robin, daughter of Mr. and I
Mrs. Jack Lazai. 801 Alton rd.
Linda Ilene, a .lighter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morton La.hman, MJ70 Bay dr.
Michael Ste'en, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Be- k. 2142 Coral Way.
Randy Ellis son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Hillnun. 9456 Abbott ave.
Linda Beth daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Snyderman, 4601
North Bay rd.
Lawrence David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Levin, 1611 Coral Gate
dr.
IVi exler. cousin of the bride-
t-ere identically gowned in
blue. Karen Schwartz, cou-
[; ic bride, was flower girl.
]pe a crystalette frock.
hman. 119 NW 29th st.. is
c I Mr> Rae Lehman, Mont-
r Ala., and the late Samuel
Hi chose his brother, Jul-
; best man.
ucre Phillip Paul. Stan-
M and Michael Wasserman,
df the bride. Dennis Leh-
. phew of the bridegroom,
t bearer.
a reception at the hotel,
le left for a honeymoon in
Bar Mitzvah Here
Stephan Ira Rich became Bar
Mitzvah during Sukkoth services at
Beth David Synagogue on Wednes-
day morning.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Rich, 2160 SW
15th st., Miami.
A ninth grade student at Shen-
andoah Junior High School, he
also attends the religious school
at Beth David Synagogue.
A reception in Stephan's honor
followed the Sukkoth services.
>
i.ld Shapo Bar
vah Saturday
d Mrs. Mitchell Shapo. of
17th ave.. Miami, an-
the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Ronald Al-
lan, on Saturday
morning. Oct. 16.
at Beth David
Synagogue.
.Ronald is a stu-
dent at Shenan-
doah Junior High
School, where he
is a member of
he band.
K i d dush will
iopo follow the serv-
ice. Guests will
\Ir> Kannie Schsrmbelem,
lelpbia, the Bar Mitzvah's
I grandmother.
d'a paternal grandfather,
lulian Shapo, now deceased,
irmerly spiritual leader of
avid.
to Wedding
Ann Ruth Levin, daughter
and Mrs. Harry Levin, 150
Shore dr., Miami Beach, flew
Mia, P.I. to be married to
Greenfield, Jr. The rites
(lie place at Clark Air Force
here the groom-elect is sta-
at 12:30 p.m., Manila time,
Jay. Oct. 17.
ian Wishes Position
personality, versatile enter-
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Mindy Carol, daughter of Mr.
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Final Days of Sukkoth Begin Monday Eve
DADE JEWISH CEN-
hold Friday evening
TEMPLE ISKMk OC Miami will Wednesday serried 9 am wiH of Sakhoth wttfc *~M AlMftth | ^ MOWW
h.Id Friday evening ^ a, feature ,1* If I no. service* ^'"pTSue 3? mo n serves at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi
.pm with Rabb, Jo^ph Narot student ^ Vn ,ce a,V^ a m S. be fol- Henry Okolic. officiating and
cmciatmg and preaching on the .. ., ..._ RaDnj preaching on the topic: "Story of
The Gentle Cyme Cantor ISRAELITE CENTER M owed a^ U. lth MOM P ^^ Neu ^
* Bornstein will render the K W5 ChillP** SjldJttTJ ^
, al portiOH of ,he liturgy Sat- P m Shem.n. Tednesda*8 am I tar*, w.th me cno.r under the
*, morning senices are a, II are .hedule. SE^SESE- -" direction of Lucille Moore Oneg
s=a^AY^TOBEH
Lutman Nam^
Beth El Cantor
iiJL'J^erkow,
'"PointmJ
^re^^
announced the
Fishel Lutman
congregation
Cantor Lut
IS
cantor $
tor Lutman perform
Holy Day
a rn.. when Robert, son of Mr and
Mrs, Morris Greenberg. will be-
Ci tie Bar Mitzvah. Shemini Atzer
til service* will take place on Mon-
day at 7:30 p.m.. with children par-
ticipating. Tuesday morning *er\-
A) p.m.
service- will be at 8:30 am with
Yizkor following at 10 30 Hako
foih will mark the Simch..th Tor*h
celebration T-.i- .-ning at
6 30 p m win a I pro
der the musical portion of the li-
Shalibat will follow. Concluding
his first year as spiritual leader at
the Center. Rabbi Okolira will ini-
BETH EL CONGREGATION will tiate 75 new members. Final days
hold Fridav evening services at of the Sukkoth observance will be
530 pm Saturdaj morning sen- marked with services on Tuesday
r at 8 30 a m Rabbi Shmary at 9 am Yizkor will follow at 10
nig high
I Beth El.
I From Israel. th.
lyric tenor, trained k
. singers. He en,,,,., Mi;
iiS.*.y?r of cantori* SSI
ontor,..
:. are at 11 am. Yizkor will be cession scheduled for 7 Wednes
tZ*mZtt+2* ^-k> -" and am "*? ,Torah is to*t
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will services, with Cantor BMMMl Sal Preach on the topic: -Charting a sened on Tuesday evening at 7:30
MlBVS EK a, 6 hon render*,, .he mu ourse.n the Wilderness'Cantor Members of the PTA will sen* re-
pjn. Saturday morning seniets tion-of the 1.:
ire at 9 a.m.. when Ronald, SOS) M
Mr. and Mr-. Mitchell Shapo. will
become Bar Mitzvah. Nathan Alex-
ander will sponsor floral offerings.
Shemlni Atzereth service- will be
ht.'d Tuesday morning at 9 am
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, execu- discuss:
tive director of Greater Miami Jew- World."
i-h Federation, will be guest speak- followed bv ShalM Seudo- under
er and discus- The Signiticance the sponsorship of Mr ami Mr.
<>! the Memorial Service in Jewish Abraham Selevan. Final da> of
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA- dajn of th. Sukkoth festival will
TION will hold Friday evening be ushered in with Shemini Atzer
.. ,> i o0 pm Saturday eth asnaun on Tuesday morning
morning senices are at 9 I m Rab- at 8 30 a m Yizkor is scheduled for
hi Jonah Caplan will officiate and lu a.m Rabbi Swirsk) will discuss.
Man's Pluce in the "Walking Down Memory Lane"'
Mincha is at 5:45 p.m. On Wednesdaj morning, service.
will mark Simchath Torah, with
Ki-hel Lutman will render the mu freshments. Services are also
sical portion- of the liturgy Final scheduled for Wednesday at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Okolica will preach.
Lite." Yizkor will follow at 11 a.m.
E irbath Torah will be ushered in
Tuesday evening at 7, with Hako
loth. Mrs. Michael Corvin, of the
PTA, will .issist in distributing re-
freshments to children who will
participate in the procession Sim-
chath Torah service- continue on
Wednesday morning at 9
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
senices at 5:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m
I:, bbi Joseph Rackovsky will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic:
Vfehie of Life Mincha is at 5:30
p m.. followed by Shalos Seudos in
the Sukkah Ilo.-hana Rabbah -erv
are Monday morning at 7:30
* m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.
--day morning services are at
8:30 a.m.. with the Rabbi preach
-. the crmim Yizkor will be at
10:30 Simchath Torah will be ush-
ered in Tuesday evening at 5:30.
wilh Hakofoth. Wednesday morn-
I rvices are iit 830.
j o
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
F" day pveninfl services at 6 p.m.
Rabbi Henry Wernick will
ate m the absence of Rahhi
I" ing l.< hrman Saturday morn-
tervices are at 9 a.m. Cantor
Philip Brummer will render the
cal portions ol the liturgy.
R bhi Wernick will discuss the
V eklv Portion
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi David
Shapiro officiating and dedicating
the Sabbath to a consecration serv-
ice for the religious school. Sub-
guaat Rabhi M 1! Sachs preaching ject of the Rabbi's sermon is
n the topic Rejoicing in the scheduled as: "Eternal Message of
I.,, Our Torah .'" Cantor Joseph W.
Malek will render the musical por-
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will tiOM of the liturgy, assisted by the
hold Friday evening services at 6 Temnle Choir under the direction
pm Saturday morning services of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. Oneg
are at 8 30 am with Rabbi Ane Shabbat will follow. Saturday
ic: "Faith and Reason Simchath Becker officiating and preaching morning services are at 9 a.m..
on the topic "Refuge From the when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on
Storm Class in Bible will be held the Weekly Portion. Temple Sinai
the Sukkoth observance will be
ushered in with Shemini Atzereth
senices on Monday evening at 5 30
p m. Tuesday morning servici
at 9 Yizkor will be at 11 a m with
Rabbi Caplan preaching on the top-
Philadelphia and three
M Urae. Synsg^j
in Tel Aviv and ;,, the/JTJ
was in the choir of CawoTjIf
Rosenblatt. **
1 During the \var tst.ber.u.
Cantor Lutman served in u k1
rael Army. He comes to *!!
companied by his America,.!.,
wife. Betty, a concert pianisti
! accordionist
I Mrs. Lutman is a graduate oft).
I Pietro Diero Conservatory m C
York City. m ^1
The couple are currently apt*.
' ing in a series of musical pfM
tations of the Jewish Forum
the Air" heard Sundays, li):30i
over station WMIF. Simon Snaa
is director.
Torah will be marked on T u
esening at 5:30. with Hakofoth and
procession for children Services
will continue on Wedne-da> at 9
a.m. Cantor Abraham Self will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy.
win ii-her in Shemini Atzereth on
Monday evening, with services at
8 30 p.m. Senices Tuesday and
Wedne-day morning at 9 will fol-
low Simchath Torah will be mark-
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN
at 5 pm. followed by Shalo- Seu-
dos under the sponsorship of Mr
and Mrs .1 Schwartz Hoshani
Rahhah services are Monday morn-
ing at 7 a m Shemini Atzereth
services usher in the final days of ed on Tuesday evening,
the Sukkoth festival on Tuesda)
TER will hold Friday evening serv- morning at 8:30 am Yizkor will ( ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
ices at 5:45 p.m. Saturdaj morn- In- chanted at 11 Rabhi Becker hold Friday evening services at
ing services are at 845 a.m. Rabbi will preach on the subject: "On 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
Mayer Abramowitz will officiate Rain Kiddush will follow in the ices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi B. Leon
and preach on the WeekU Por- Sukkah. under the sponsorship of Hurwitz will officiate. Shemini
tion. Shemini Atzereth services the Sisterhood Simchath Torah Atzereth service! will be Monday
ushering in the final days of the will be marked with -ervice- lie evening at 5:30 p.m. and Tuesday
Sukkoth festival will be held on t'.nnina Wedne-day morning at morning at 9. Zamora will usher
Monday evening at 8 p.m. Tuesday 8 30 a.m Rabbi Becker will Mm.
morning services are at 8:45 Rab- cuss 'Th< Synagogue and the
New World
hi Abramowitz will discuss The
Fondness of Memories Yizkor
will be at 10 15 a.m. Simchath Tor
ah will be observed, with the Hako
foth procession, on Tuesdaj
in Simchath Torah Tuesday eve-
ning both at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday morning services will
be al 9 am Services will include
Hakofoth processions, with pupils
and parents participating. Rabbi
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services al 5 45 pm Sat- Hurwitz i- scheduled to preach on
nmg at 6 45 Wednesdaj morning urdaj morning services are at 8:30 both days. Cantor Rudolph Brill
services are al 8:45 Cantor Ed- a.m Rabbi Simon April will of- will assist and render the musical
ward Klein will render the nui-i- ficiate and preach on the topic: portions of the liturgy,
cal portion- of the liturgj al .ill "Contradictions in the Pessimistic
"rvices Phil.....phj ol Life." Shemini At/ flagler granada JEWISH
ereth services will be Tuesday COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will morning al 830 am. ushering in Friday evening services at 6 d
hold Fridas
m
Shemini Atzereth n<,l<1 rYiday evening services al the final days of the Sukkoth oh Saturday morning services are at 9
held Monday eve- .* fun..^with Rabbi Leon Kronish \t 7:30 i> m a Sim- "" with Rev Leo Heim oiuci-
chath Torah party will be held tor ating and preaching on the topic:
pupils oi the -chooi with special "Strangers at the Gate." The final
services foi the junior congrega- days of Sukkoth will be ushered la
tion Wednesdaj morning wrvlc- Monday evening at 6 p.m. Shemini
es are al 8:30 a.m Cantor berele Atzereth services are on Tuesday
Atz> Kelemer will render the musical morning at 9. followed by Yizkor
ereth will be ushered in Ifondaj portions ol the Uturgj
west Miami Jewish center evening at 815. Tuesday morning
vices will be
ning at 6.15 p m. Tuesday morn officiating Services will be dedi-
rervice* are a' 9. with Yizkor eated to a Welcome Membership."
:,t 10 15 Simchath Torah will be Saturdaj morning services are at
u-bered in Tuesdaj evening at 7. 10:48 a.m.. when Shepard king, son
Wednesdaj morning service- are "' Mr and Mrs Isidore King, will
at 9 become Bar Mitzvah Shemini
Will hold Friday evening senices services are at 10:45. with Yizkor
al 6 p.m. Saturday morning sen scheduled to follow Simchath
ices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alfred Torah will be marked on Tuesdaj
V.axman will officiate and preach evening at 7:15 pm. Hakofoth and
- the topic "Are We Leaving the a social for teen agen are slated
Sukkah.'" Shemini Atzereth sen- at that time. Rabbi Kronish will
ii's. ushering in the final davs of Pr"'ch the sermons at all services
th Sokko'h observance, will be with Cantor Samuel Kelemer ren-
htld Monday evening at 6 p.m denng the musical portion- of the
Tuesday mornine service- are at 9 liturgy,
a.m. Yizkor is scheduled for 10:30.
Bl 10 Rev Heim will discuss Eter-
________ ._" ''' Values or Temporal Values"
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Mincha .- at 6 p.m.. and will in-
rrldaj evening services at 5:48 fclude Simchath Torah services de
Saturdaj morning services dicated to children of the religious
Mincha will follow schmil Sam Hollander will assist
are
at 5:30 p.m. Final days of Suk-
Hondaj
daj
in reciting the traditional Hako-
koth win open with services on foth Wednesday seVvi^esToo'tinue
> evening at 5:30 p.m Tues-|at 9 am. when Rev. Heim will
R| t)l>i Waxman will discuss: "The
>' ah will be marked Tuesday eve-
ning at 7. with Hakofoth and a con
gregation and children'- proces-
-, n. Wednesday morning services
( nl inue at 9.
.i r
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Fndav
tveniny -e'-vires at 8:15 p.m.. dedi
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER uull hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabhi Mor
ris skon officiating and preaching
on the topic: "The Torah ,,- Guide
for Modern Jews" Saturday morn
Ing service- are at 9:45 a m when
the Rabbi'- talk i- scheduled as
'"The Meaning of Simchath Torah
Service- ushering la the final day-
id Sukkoth begin with Shemini At!
morning services will include preach on the topic: "Moses
a sermon bv Rabbi Alexander Israel."
Gross on the topic: "Shemini Atz-
A Farewell Evening MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
- vices are scheduled at 5 30 pm.. GATION will hold a Simchath To-
Jde Simchath Torah rah party for children on Tuesday
mU. Wednesday at 7:30 pm Yizkor services are
I service, will be at 9 Bpe- scheduled for oct 19 aTuTm
clal Hoshana Rabbah service for
studenu will be h.i.i Honda) beth emeth C0N0REGAT4ON
morning at B with eiehth m..... .ill h(l,,i ivui.v ,^7
lav evening services
and vvi
partj for
pupil- offii
ANSHE EMESS CONGREGA-
TION will bold Fridaj evening
m al t; p.m Saturdaj morn
' B:30 am with
The :.;',",:Sg IX" ""**
CSted to the lllth anniversary of i ereth on Monday evening at 8 pjn
list founding of B'nai B'rith. Hon. | Tuesday morning services are al
Abe AronoviU, Mayor of the City!9:4*, with Yitkor following al n :i(i
Miami, will be guest speaker
: Ma'colm Sparer will offici-
ate. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Reception for the
Sunday School faculty will mark
Shemini Atzereth acrvlcea on :.ion-
day evening, at 8:15 p.m.. with the
Sisterhood serving as hostess. Tues-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.
t 8 pm. with H Rochman oflici-
ating sukkoth party for children
will be held Sunday morning at

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold
Beth Sholom Men's Club
Scsrewtffes Annual Install** I
Men's Club of Temple BethSk*
um will hold its annual installI
tion dinner-dance on Sunday B>J
ning. Oct. 24. in the Pagoda Rosf|
of the Saxony Hotel, accurdinjUj
an announcement by Jack A. Afcj
bott, president
Abe Schonfeld is chairman"
the function, and Sidney Harmsl
chairman of the entertainaatj
committee. The Men's Club S>j
port- and sponsors all youth m]
' of the Temple, and proceeds *j
ized from the dinner dance will hi
used to promote the youth pj
i gram.
Olympia Heights Cms*
Receives Charter Here
Olympia Heights Jewish Coss|
nity Center received itl orpsl
tional charter this week, "fl
to an announcement by Dr swj
nard Weiss, president.
The new Jewish Center ;
serve the SW section from 87t
107th avea. between Coral
Miller rd. .-.:
Other officers of the *"f
tion include Norman Dm*.
president: Sylvia Weiss. secreUW,
and Herbert J Teller. tresu|
Scheduled for Sunday *"
Oct. 17, at 8:30 p.m.. b*J5
party, proceeds from W**J
toward the (enter Th*'*">"
take place at Dr Richer! *
Ranch. ,-*
According lo IT Weiss. Ine
ter includes a memberskls mm
families --
bt
BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
Yizkor will follow at 11. Simchath j 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
Toanh will be
1 days'the festival of Simchath Torah
............* rjwwisirsr^.^saat
at 8:30. Yizkor will b,. at 11 a
Rabbi Sachs w,l, preach on Z\^Z *** d'Ugh,er Mf"
topic: "Yizkor in Our Kes.L for,hcom,n "i a rri.ge. Saturday
c observed Tuesday ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Ak.vah j Services Wednesday will Z ""'^'^ "^^ *re at 9 m The
:15. w.th Hakofoth. chill will usher in the f,a, davs the lasnt^l ... ".' i.*"L 0bMn,e 1 Rbbi UI preach on the topic:
Prerequisites for a Happy Life."
Shemini Atzereth services
held Monday evening -' '^
Tuesday morning rT|f" l8j,
with Yizkor scheduled i
Rabbi Herson will
disrasi *
membering Our Dead >,
Tn.ok uiit tv ushered m '">
Torah will be ushered -
evening at 6 pm
morning senices J^v*]
t ?*J
when the Rabbi will d'*0*
of Life."


)Ay OCTOBER 15, 19S4
*Jewis*n*rkn
PAGE 11
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y&
[muel Gertner. executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital,
aounces that the Florida State University School of Nursing
j Mount Sinai Hospital have affiliated for training students
the Florida State University Nursing School in dietetics.
,iangements for the affiliation were made by Miss Mildred
Vogel, director of Nursing and the School of Practical Nurs-
q at Mount Sinai Hospital; Dean Vivian M. Duxbury, of the
orida State University School of Nursing; and Miss Karleen
ies, the Florida State University coordinator. Dietetic train-
of the students while assigned to Mount Sinai will be
Ipervised by Mrs. Matilda Brenner, chief dietetian of the
hspital. ,___________________.______
splaying an afghan made by members of their club for
Brious national and international humanitarian programs, in-
iing aid to Israel, are (left to right) Cuna Cohen, president
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women; Lorraine Kah-
erg, international first vice president of B'nai B'rith Young
iults; Phyllis Gelbard, international Three Pillar chairman;
nd Elayne Berzok, Three Pillar chairman of Sharet Chapter.

- Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and
:n Association, Miami Beach, admires one of the winning
hotos in Washington Federal's amateur photo contest as
pdges Rudi Rada, internationally known photographer, and
Valiei Waqner, well-known illustrator, look on. Arnold New-
n. the third Judge, is nationally famous for his photographic
<
blicist Helen Alpert, Miami
ach resident, was awarded
first-time public relations
ation by the Harvey W.
ds Post of the American
gion in ceremonies last
k at the Post hall on Bis-
yne blvd. and 66th st. The
mmendation honored her
wk for Citizenship Hay, na-
n-wide event sponsored
re by the Harvey Seeds
This year's Citizenship
Y on Sept. 16 enrolled
ge-scale support from an
Jted 350 Dade County
anizations. Miss Alpert
idling coordination and
*ss, radio, program and
'evision coverage.


Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman (right) left Wed nesday night for a trip to Israel. Shown right
is Samuel Friedland, president of Temple EmanuEl. wishing the spiritual leader and his wire
bon voyage at a dinner attended by some 500 persons. Rabbi Lehrman was presented with
the trip by the congregation last winter on the occasion of his tenth year in Temple Emanu-
El's pulpit.

H n m
Rehearsing for the Yom Kippur service last we
Religious School of Temple Emanu-El. The ch
conducted its own seryice in the main synag
left are Mimi Miller. Phyllis Mechlowitz, Mur
Alan Medof, Arlene Greer, Jack Diskin, Stanl
kin. Second row from left are Adrienne Miller
Newman, Eric Kaufman, Russel Herman, Dan-
om left are Fred Lane, Michael'Tessler. Harvey
Gary Lieberman, Victor Cameros and Martin G
ek was the Junior Congregation Choir of the
oir was heard when the Junior Congregation
ogue of the Temple at 3:30 p.m. Front row from
ray Rosenberg. Wendy Postol, Sandra Katz,
ey Ringler. Kenneth Cayre and Stephen Chai-
, Felice Sussman, Rosalind Lehrman, Harriet
iel Appelrouth and Efram Lieber. Third row fr
Shapiro, Sherry Kout, Gail Rosen, Risa Rifkin,
allant.

Choir of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation includes (front row. left to right) Larry Coul-
ton Larrv Gold Cantor Berele Kelemer. Rabbi Simon April, Ira Imberman and M. Steinberg.
Second row are Irvmg Kelemer. J. Rutansky. M. Hecht. Dave Kleber and Norman Classman.
Third row are B. Welkind. Dr. H. Brautman. Dr. I. Rosch. B. Sokoloff and M. Drewich. Hot
shown are Ben Bass and Douglas jchwarte._____________________________________ ,
Shown above (left) is Frank
A. Gordon, Commander of
the Jewish War Veterans Post
330, Miami Beach, as he join-
ed Rabbi Louis A. Cassel in
Memorial Service on Yom
Kippur Day honoring Ameri-
can men and women of all
. creeds who made the su-
preme sacrifice during World
Wars I and II. Actively par-
ticipating in the services were
(right) Harry H. Cohen. Senior
Vice Commander of the Post,
and Major Nut Pollack, Head-
master of Oxford School.
Special service took place at
Torah Temple, Miami Beach.


PAGE 12
9-Je^stnerkHar
GLOBAL SHORTS
Britain Offers to Act as Go
Between for Israel and Arabs
LONDON WNS) The British
Government thiv week announced
thai n i- offering its good offices
in promoting talk- which would
either disi nine oi ton-ion
preliminary to adjusting the
major difi between I.-rael
and tt Nintriea or immedi-
ate border talk major is-
sues. Ministi r "i Selwj n
Lloyd. Who declared that the Bnt-
ish Government is | con-
cerned'" over the Israel-Arab bor-
6V v situat
the diplomatic en-
f eight Arab League
ist weel handed him an .ode
Pow-
action against I-rael
Lone Physician Flown 700
Miles for Holy Day Services
V .'. YORK WNS T*
more than Tint m
thi P th.it a Jewish .\:r
Force docl Hig
Hi ly 1
bj JWB's Contmis-
' i-h I!ha| laincj The
1 : Im ard S
Ajd. oj Mew RocheUe N.Y
i- -fationed on lonelj '
Island, an Air FOi n the
:
and their three dep*:
rn to Pear. lOOM
715 miles awaj ih Ha-
shona ami \ n Kippor
i
Need for Civic Defense Groups
Great, B'nai B'rith Head Says
CHICAGO wns Th-
"" Ci'
.,{ d, (en linfl J< -
and maliciou- i hai
today a- in an] modern
time." thi- w, Philip
M KluUnick. B'nai B'rith
mun.'
opening n I the foil
Appeal driw B'nai
B'rith president eiti
ample- in I
th' situation Inn i 'as th<
mouth
149
:-k- wen
and where m..n\ h
: that
- then Ji wei
uomic
pressun
'

ion in the South
Israel Needs More Teachers,
Classrooms, Minister Says
NEW YORK wns A! a press
conference here la-t week. Profe
-or Ben Zmn Dinur. I-rael M
of Education and Culture, declared
that Israel'- two mod pres-ing edu-
cational need- are the training of
lehen ard the building of
additional cla-srixim- Professor
Dinur stated that from five tn -ix
hundred teacher- are graduated
from accredited teacher-' colleges
annually, whereas the country re-
quires approximately 12.000 new
teacher- yearl)
'Zionists Should Have
Personal Relationship
With Israel' Goldmann
NEW ifORK W MS 7. iniaa
imphe- ,, many-fold, direct person-
al i in wi'h Israel de-
clared. Dr Mdhum an. chair-
man ol an
addn the
American Zi ncil Such r.
lati ,\
i.t in I--
iculture,
Mtendai
learning
profi --. [or a
limited ;
thi- migll ini
Gen. Luizzi Named Chief
Of Staff of Italian Army
ROFE rWNS) Gen. Giorgio
Liuzzi. a member of one of Italy's
most distinguished Jewish (am
named i !hiel of staff
of the Italian Army by the Cabinet
Gen. Liuzzi ha- a long record of
active service in the resistance bat-
tle against the Nazi- and Fascists
in Italy and in World War I when
he was cited many times for brav-
ery.
Congress May Ask
Investigation of Persecutions
. YORK Rep
I
: mittee
\ which this
hearing Ni
inii-
countrfc
- nmmittee | would
mend to that the
Statol \niri;,--:!or to the
I'nitcd Nations he requested to
move fat IN investigation of
per-ecution- Demand- for
uch an investigation were made by
representatives ol leading Jewish
organization- who testified before
the committee during the week
Israel Military Attache
Honored in Washington
WASHINGTON (XI \ Col
Chaim Herzog. I-rael military, air
and naval attache, ha- been bom r
ed here b] top militarj auth
and diplomatic official.- ol the Unit
ed States and other nations on the
eve of his departure '
ell affair- haw been \> nder
ed in Herzog honoi I Ihi
IS Ann) Stal thi Vii
the Naval Staff and a num- .
ber nf foreign embassies
iropean ai d Asia' i ations
lunctioi re I him
d .Willian !. ty di
I
Admit m r I j
Nation- truce '.
in Israel
Housing Survey Reveals 'No
Problem' for Jews
I! MITFORD. Cou II \ In
i move to establish
which the#e i discrimii
cut in the
field of housing the Anti-Defama-
tion League i- circularizini
B'nai B'rith member.- in the state
with a questionaire askii |
. r.i experienced djscrimina-
house
or know of any other Jewi h per-
-on who ha- The general fir
to date, according to Hym
Haves, regional director ol ADL. I
indicate that Jews gcnerall) have
no problem finding haw
Israel Legation Employee in
Rumania Given 15 Years
TEL AVrV (WNS) David Blu-
menthal. 34 years old. an employee !
of the Israel legation in Bucharest. I
Rumania, who was found guilty by
a Rumanian court of "military es-'
pionage" and trying to cross the I
border illegally, has been sentenc-1
ed to 15 years' imprisonment, ac-
cording to a Bucharest report
which reached here this week. In i
addition to the above charges, the \
report stated. Blumenthal was ac-
!cused of attempting to use the Is- >
rael Legation's diplomatic mail for
personal matters.
Police Investigate Stoner
Party Pickets of White House
WASHINGTON (JTAl Pickets
who recently carried anti Semitic
signs, in front of the While House
included individuals with criminal
records, police authority, disclos-
es] this week after investigating
the pickets at the request of the
B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation
League. A police check revealed
that Edward R. Fields. 21. chief
secretary of the Stoner Party w...
taken into custody at Davcnpoit.
Iowa, earlier this year in eonnee-
tion with charges that he helped
plaster -tore windows with
proclaiming "Anti-Jew Week He
was aUo said to have taken part
in s!milar activity in Rock hland.
Thrift. Shpp Opened
[o Help R.-'aided ( hil
dnn hM opened a thrift --hop at
FRIDAY.
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"> "nnouncenten, Z'
mdn,,r.
'" Boibaru Britton current-
ly appscrs in the Sam Hir3ch
production, 'Born Yestei-
day." at the Biltniore Play-
house, 151 NE 40th st. a
B:oadwcy cast supports Miss
Britton in the thought-provok
mg comedy, which has teen
attracting large audiences to
the little theater. Hirsch will
present Ann Cono in "Sep-
aiate Rooms" starting Oct.
26.
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Named Beach
Drive Head
l.j ,\ Wien, Miami Bqach
EJer will be chairman .of
Miami Beach Community
Impaign.
[ man.iKing director of the
Lr;n Motel and long time
hospital and cancer work
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>
Beth Emeth Services Held
With Assistance of Friends '
Officers of the new Beth Kmeth
Congregation, serving the extreme
north area of Miami, this week ex-
pressed their gratitude to the in-
stitutions and individuals whose
aid permitted them to conduct the
congregation's first High Holy Day
services
Beth Emeth received prayer
hooks from Adath Israel. Louis
Feinberg Synagogue in Cincinnati,
O. Rabbi Abraham Herson. of Ti-
fereth Israel Northside Center, lent
the congregation a Shofar, and the
Scroll of Law used during the serv-
ices was through the. courtesy of
Miami Hebriew School and Congre-
gation, Rabbi Simon April, spirit
ual leader.
Ark and pulpit at Beth Bmeth
were designed and constructed by
Tom DiSpaldi, with Dr. William i
Foley offering quarters to guest
Rabbi and Mrs, Freedman, of Ft.
Pierce.
HVKOi'"0 70 "V[
OXFORD
SCHOOL
MIAMI BEACH
KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP
Member of American Schools and Colfeoei Association
Leonard Wien
j c.i was named this week
.urn Beach post by I-ester
pill, Chest Campaign chair-
goal this year." Wien said
ting the appointment.
\ every man. woman and
Miami Beach an opportu-
contribute to the thou-
I human services performed
bj the 22 local agencies
blest
year, resident* of Miami
nntributed S151.000 to the
I this amount. $113,000
>< through Division A, rep-
. the business interests of
ach
is been a resident of Mi-
ll for 19 years. He is presi-
Ihe Cancer Institute, has
me in the United Jewish
.- treasurer of Mount Sinai
i and has been in charge of
|rit;il' Jubilee for the past
UN Day Set Here
Sunday, October 24
Mayor Abe Aronovitz has desig-
nated Rev. Caxton Doggett as UN
Day chairman for the City of Mi-
ami, when the Greater Miami area
marks United Nations Day on Sun
day. Oct. 24.
Among scheduled speakers at a
program scheduled for 2:30 p.m.
in Bayfront Park Auditorium will
be Dante Fascell, US Representa-
tive-elect.
Col. Frank Dunbaugh, AAUN
State chairman, said this week that
UN Day will offer "a special oppor-
tunity to highlrght the spiritual and
moral basis of the United Nations
and to emphasize the need for
faith and prayer.
"The UN," he explained, "is a
symbol of the universal religious
desire of all peoples for peace, but
it is engaged in a constant struggle
with evil and needs the faith and
prayers of good men everywhere.
The program." he said, "should
stress to the individual that the
United Nations depends on each
one of us."
Or. Saul Geronemus
Dr. Geronemus Named
President of Broward
County Dental Society
Broward County Dental Society
met Saturday evening, Oct. 1, to
install Dr. Saul A. Geronemus as |
president.
The dinner-installation was held
at the Lago Mar in honor of new
officers and their wives. Some 40
couples attended the affair.
Dr. Geronemus has been practic-
ing dentistry in Fort Lauderdale
since 1946.
Formerly of Brooklyn, N.Y., he
was graduated from Syracuse Uni-
versity in 1936 and from the New
York College of Dentistry in 1940.
Dr. Geronemus served as a high-.
ranking officer in the United States \
Army Air Force during World War
II. He was a member of the dental
| faculty at New York University
before entering private practice.
Dr. Geronemus lives with his
wife and two children in Fort LaiJ-
derdale. He is a member of the
board of directors of Temple Ema-
nu-El there.
iSchermer to Edit
st Hotel Index
|i lubee Schermer has
llected to assume the posi-
|editor of the Tourist Hotel
I inducted by the Bureau of
Economic Research
ity oi Miami.
I Schi:mer is a recent cum
graduate of the university
Hinged to Alpha Lambda
pelt:, Theta Mu and Alpha
hi She is also active in
Children's Hospital, Miami
I le of Women Voters,
nai Auxiliary and Hadas-
|I' tourist Index is con-
to improve research in
Beth David Students
To Mark Sukkoth
Annual Beth David Religious
School Sukkah Party will be held
on Sunday morning, Oct. 17, at
10 a.m.
Final plans and arrangements
have been completed by the Beth
David PTA Co-Chairmen, Mrs.
Ajfele Levine and Mrs Jack Geyer
and their Committee, will provide
refreshments for the 500 students
who will participate in the festive
celebration.
The program, under .the direc-
tion of Jerome B. Gordon, educa-
tional director, will feature the
Story of Sukkoth and will include
holiday songs led by Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches.
Mrs. Rose Schreidell is president
of the PTA.
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FRIDAY.
Obituaries
FRANK SOLINSKV
.;-,. a bu< fm .i i lothtai
.ifi.-r suffering .. li.-.m
a l bU borne. IVZu Eu< lid ." M iml
. ... ii K-riu.i i\ el New foi i. he
. nme her. 13 i mm ago s
. ... 1 .. ml
.... I v\ .. Mill
. Bei
In
. held In R ereldi
m. ii..,: al c ,-. Miami B< > I
burial in Mi Nebo i'enu
HARRY BERKE
..f :.: N'W STth i i
. iui hi loi. died IKrl a I
n.ii Tort
. _., \i i.. who i- iurvlved b>
: irlfe, Rai Bra* Woi M W i I
\. teran He wu Harvej
.-. ...i. poet v.- lean 11 and the
il..... iz-lw. K ii Kin of !> IhUH.
...i. ,.., ., neW .i Reach Memorial
apt I, bui la I folloa ad n Ml
ler)
b
HARRV GREENBERO -
. retired' ,i! |.....i- nUeam u dli d
. m .. hrlil in '."T -
n'a Funeral Homi ol W an i He
nn- i" Mi..mi M yean acu iron
Una ..i lotu
\l Ife.
pbie: la tona, 'harlle, ol Si I
... aad Hei '*"
lUghtera, Mi- Bethel R '-'-
>i ;ii. S J tnd Mm Sbi -ii stein-
rsf, .: Sa annah. la
Ida MemKhal <" Nli","'
I.,.,, i, Rurial followed In Mi Nefcu
(Vim i. i m s. bulman
in.in HI i.-.'ii- about i"
..,,- .... II. (Ml retired
neei Survived b> hl wife,
..ii.i .. >..... Robert, ol b.
V
MRS ANNA NAR2ISENFIELD
FIELDS
daugn-
-w sin
...... nda.i. I tobei
r \.. i k
ABRAHAM FARKAS
ag ,,f J01 1Mb M
Mondai in bonpllal A lormel hole
M I ..: ..- had lived m

...I ., daughter, M -
Cubernlck. both ol Mian
.. ,, I.... .- held m Rlvi
.'. ... ,,| Ch ,--. I. wltli bui
Mi n.i... Cemeti
DAVID GLASGOW
i:. a reaideni .-i Miami
. ., -. died Ocl I In >' Bl
ih lei He a-a
|.. irm.in Surviving are bii If. Ii -
Rlva, both ol
!. |be| llaagon
. I :
. barge of <
in i
\ Bel
. ii Mi
ml i 'hapel
DAVID BRVAS APPLEgAUM
" : da) I old of Mi Mr Her-
\ SM !Ttll tel
eed awa: Ocl I" Li
-
a Ni
DAVID MEYER
-_... i live <
i Igur stare* died (hi
. I.Iv.l Coral i Sable*
II. cam* hi
... i daughter, Mi- Rath
> l;
, ad ..-. of Sea work:
..f New
r..ur gi arere
i'h-i^-1
MRS. BECKY GREENBAUM
-.: IM Merid in
....- Mil f.
\ i 8
.sin- i M R
M >. t..
> Ktera, fie* t
grandchildren. I
N \. I .
MRS. ADAH STEINER
. Ml iml Beai
D
. -- .ri- hei hu*
-., re Yen '..
Ml Sebo Oi
HERBERT L HORLICK
..-. S
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I Wall}- H
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.
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MAX SHULMAN
Mr* S 114 Alton 1
. \ SI
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Committee Names
AZA, BBG Advisors
Adisors to AZA and BBC chap
ten ol the rnal B*HU v,,u,h '""
pnJUtiM mn ann.mn.i-d this
week by Sydney Efroneon, cfcatt
man -f the GreUi Utaml Bnai
B'ritb Youth Committee.
BaTtunlai hM hil third year is
Milton Fendel, edvltor to the Hur-
ricanes AZA.
\No relurnins for the coming
ytU IN Mr> Jotemh Hi-rman. Debs
BBG Mr> Martin Korman. Delta
BBG; Mis- Sheila Wahrhaftig. Me-
norah BBG; Mr- Gordon Mannor
stem. Sholom BG. Miss Lorraine
Albert, Hiilel BBG; Mrs Rose Kap-
lan. VVinx BBG; Sydney Adler.
AZA No. 322; Bernard Kohn.
Shield l David AZA; and Allan
Stollar. Beach AZA.
Neucomers to the BBYO pro-
gram arc Mrs Alex Steibel. BZB
BBG; Mrs Kan I'oller. Jay BBG;
Robert Rubinstein. Hiilel AZA;
and Sol Heier. Jack Rosen AZA.
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Theme is 'Americanism'
Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
met on Thursday evening,
.October 14. 8 p.m.. at the Di Udo
Hotel, according to an announce-
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president Theme of the program
a- "Amerteaniim." Chairman
is Gilbert Balkin
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li
JTICE
iftloua ni...... of
"'v i:. nt ZI91 N.W
li, Intend* to register
,.i, "tl.- Clerk or th.
. i, ,,i,. ('ounl >. I- lorlda
i(i isk mill,, aole "" > -
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Jo, : SIM- t
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STlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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, ,i. desiring U> engage m
imilc tin- fictitious name el
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Inii-ml i" register "aid n tine
;. clerk of the dnoM Court
i r.iunl S. I'"1'" "''
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TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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y|...... Flu., Intend to register
i,',i,i, with the Clerk of the Clr-
If-niiri of Hade County. Florida.
>Hll.ir K. MTBR8
PHKI.MA KATHKRINB MYERS
tSl.KK .. UAR8
f.,r Applicant*
;v,-i Flagler Street
It 1-8- II
Oi CREDITORS
t JUDGES COURT
BtADE COUNTY,
>TE, No. 33654 B
Jl 'SI-:i-H KAY, I lei ,-......I
'l",. aii 'i, ,lii..i and All i
,ni! tlalma .., Demands Again
v""- "'"I "i> oi ou, i hereby
notified and required to prevent any
i-i,iliiiM .iii,i demandi which you, or
either of you, ma) have against'the
tati "f JOSEPH KAY, di
late ,.f Dade County, Florida, lo the
lion. PRANK IIWLINfi, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in hi* nffti in the > 'ounty
Courthouse In h......'ounty, Florida
ulthni eight calendar months from
the dat,- of the ili~i publication here-
of Bald ojalma or i. manda .....ontaln
the legal adrii ess ol th. i ilmanl and
t,, lie aworn to and presented as afore-
or tame a mi i- bai n d.
i late Sept. mbei 20. A i> 1934.
I'AXMi: KAY,
A Administratrix of tlie
Ratale ,ir
JUHKI'H KAY. ......,-,:.
11Ei IROE CHERTKl if
Attorn*) fur AiliimiiMi.iii i\
9/24 1(1/1-^ li
'-10l^AL.ltitM/-.\/.
lOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
hTK'K IS IIKRKBY GIVEN that
ndrrsigned, desiring to engage hi
Hi.- fl.titi.ius name ..f
KM N>.\ KI.TIKK, at !'t:'-'.l4
Mil Am Miami, Intenda to r.-g-
'Ril.l name with the Clerk of the
. .... i lade County, Florida.
MICHAEL DEL l'lANo, Owner
Isi.nt .v OARS
te for Applicant
\v Flagler
_ |n 1--- l.'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKI'.Y fllVEN thai
the iin.i.-i sifii.-.i. ilcKlrliiK to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
STATE FIVE ANIi TEN CENT
STORE, at ll.'.t-' B W. 8th St., Miami.
Intend* to register said name with Ihe
Clerk of the Circuit Court Ol I >>i.l-
County. Florida.
BENJAMIN Q lifill.M
WE1K8TEIN, WEIN8TE1N
K WEIN8TEIN
Attorneys fvr Applicant
42n l.mooln Roafl
in S-U-22-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_____ NAME LAW
MTI'-i.; is in.i:ri:v iTTVBN Hint
-i-i-Mit.,.,
,'-"" tltloua nan.....
homestretch inn s vv,
loth Street, luti
t| im* with the Clerk of thi fin ull
of Dade Count). n.....la.
JOSEI'H iiii.kv
HENRY II 1'^:U;IANI;IIJ:V
Attorney for Appl
- ill W. I- lagl. i HI Miami, l-'la.
%/U 10/1-8-16
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tHVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring i" engage In
nder the fl.
RTONE'S 5 H 10c STORE, al ."> N w.
17th Street, Miami. Florida, Intenda to
d name with the Clerk .if
the Circuit Court .,f Dade County.
Florida
BENNIE STONE
KI.HY STONE
Attorn*) foi Bennle Btone
ion. Congreaa Bide., Miami, lla.
U in l-v-l.,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni TICK IS HEREtrt OIVEN thai
ihe nnii. gm -i dead Ing
bualae in lei the <: titlouK mum ,,r
Ql'll K LI'NCH, .'i .'7 S W I'n
Street, Miami, intenda to regl lei aald
*ith Hi,- Clerk ..r the -
ol I .a I. Count). I- lorlda
iri.h i \.\>. RIVERA i
HENRY M CAIN
Vttoi ne) f,,i Appllcanl
w Fl iglei SI Miami
I" 15-22
COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26484-B
-T\ OK
IMI'KI. HEITNER. Dareaaed
ice of intention to make
[application for final
discharge
ITICK I" hjrreb) given that I have
mv fin il report and petition f"i
.. aa Admlnlatrator .,f
, mi i:i, HEITNER, de-
|e nil,, i. 1911, "ill apply to the
\\ FRANK 111.ANT" iN.
. ,.f i tade i !ounty, Flw -
,1 ,,f Kal.l final I epoi I
I .i-. harge as Admlnhui a -
f n i late of SAMUEL HEIT-
. .1
,, ,,r September, '*
hERNARD MAKUKlt
r\i:l: ,\ MANNIlKIMl.il
|ll \,linlnistiator
in 1-8-15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
)RiDA IN PROBATE. No. 336-A
. KSIATK I IF
I a RusENZWEia, Deoeaoad
ill I'redltora and All Parnoni Hav-
01 li.-manda Agalnat Said
II, and each of you, are hereby
.,-,1 ..-.-I ie.|ulred to preaent any
la and demand! which you. or
i of vou, may have against lln-
e of IRA R08ENEWE10, <<
.t, < Cook Cnunty. Illinois, to
Ho i.ii.i. County Judges <.f la file the same In llieir of-
ih. Cnunty Courthouse In
County, Florida, within eight
nihs from the date of the
11 Ion hereof. Said .liims
... contain the legal a lalmanl and to be sworn
' m. .1 as aforesal.l. or same
.1
li Kept, nber 17. A.H. 1934.
-. \ KPSTEIN
A- An lllai | Ailn.inlstralor
T A of the Batate of
IRA ROSENZWEIG, dec -
IIKIMAN KAPLAN
f'-r Ancillary
101 i' T.A.
in I v. | r.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslgneil, .l.-slrlnc tp i-nuai:.. in
bualneaa onder Ihe flctltloui name ,,r
IIESIUNH A- CREATIVE ARTS, al
MM Profeaolonal Building, Miami. Flor-
ida, Intends to reAlaier aald name wilh
Hie Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dane
County, Florida.
ROBERT II EHSUNOER and
SI I iNKY I! TAPPAE,
aole owners
BERNARD B HANDLER
Attorney for KssliiiK.-i ami Taffae
i" 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih, im,i, i algned, dealt Ing to enga
bualneaa under the flctltloua nai......I
AIJKBH DISTRIBI'TORS, al 1811
B.W. IIhi Ti i ace. Intend to rei
s.uil name with Ih.- Cl.-rk of the Clr-
i '..i i in i i.i i lade County, I- lorlda.
Bl '\\ \RI. ALPER
GEOROE .1 .11-:.-SKI.
;n S.15-22-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVE.N thai
the und.-i Kivm-d. daalring to engage In
bualneaa undei the flctltloua name ol
SCREWBALL. CAR A CLUB, at L'Z'm
N.W. iTth Avenue. Intenda i" reglatei
aid name with tne Clerk of ih. cir
cult '..nit of Dane County, BJoi Ida,
MORRIS BAIN
ROBERT M. DEEHL
Attorney lor Applicant
05 Beybold Bidg.
'" > 16-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS FTERKBY GIVEN I
(he cmderalgned, desiring to engagi
i.i Im -- under the Hclll lou n
BROWNSVILLE DRL'G STORE,
ISM \ W -'Til, Ave Intends to re
t. i- -.mi nit in. with Hi" clerk "i
, -ii ,nii Con I "! "oilntt. F'lorl '
\\ ARREN W. WELTERS
.^.,,,. I IWIllI
ROBERT M DEEHL
Alt'irm \ lot Appllcanl
in:, Beybold llldg.
!".I-15-22-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 172878
MADELINE 0ERALD1NE WERNER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WII.LLAM JOSEPU WERNER, JR.
11. I, ml.i nt.
Tii WILLIAM Jl ISBPH
WERNER, JR.
Carol I. in. Zion. Itlinola
v..in are required t" aerve a copy of
your ansui-i In the Hill of Complaint
!..r DlYorce mi the plaintiffs attorney,
..ml to fii.- ti.....rlglnal anawei in the
office "f the Clerk ol the Circuit Court
on in before the 28th da) of October,
AH, ISM; otherwlae, the Bill of Com-
fd) I >i\ orce, her. tofnre filed
herelA, will be taken ......ii,..,.-,-.l by
lim
Dated at Miami. Florida, tills the
LI da of s. |it.nil..r. 1954.
/)', p. LKATHERMAN.
<'|. of UK- Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
B) WM W. BT( "KING
(Circuit ''..nit Baal) Dcput) Clerk
Nam. and Addreaa of
Plaiimfi Solicitor:
MILTON A I ltli:i>MAN
1023 Beybold Building, Miami. Florida
:ii l--15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe underalgned, dealrlng ta engagi in
bualneaa under the flctltloua name ol
OOLDMAN'h SERVICE STATION, al
Ml Tisi street, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intends to reglatoi aald name with
ih.- ci.-rk of tin- '"ii. un Court ,.t Dade
County. Florida.
HARRY I'.iii.l'MAN
i-\ii, ';. h.hman
MARK BILVERKTEIN
Attorney for Applicanta
<20 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla.
1" 15-22-29 II "i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 173092
.IKSSIK WILSON, Plaintiff
vs.
KENNETH ROY WILSON. Ivfendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KENNETH ROY WILSON
Addreaa unknown
TOU ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to
MTV8 a copy of your answer to the
complaint for divorce filed herein
on plaintiff'- attorney, RICHARD
KRtKGER HSK, 412 Congreaa Build-
ing, Miami. Klornla. ami to file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
Ih.. allow- Court on or li.-f.'i.- the *th
da) "f Novemlnr. 1854; otharwlM a
default will be entered against you.
DATED: this 4th day of October,
K it LBATHERMAN, Clerk
By i. sni:i-:I'I-:n.
Deputy Cl.rk
18/8-15-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN thai
ti,,- underalgned, dealrlng to engage In
bualneaa andei Ihe fictitious name -a
<;il- is ai iu. Waahlngton Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida, Intend t" regla-
t.r the aald na..... with the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit Court "t Dade County,
Florida,
Dated ai Miami Beach, Florida, thli
llth Dal ol .....I- 1954
l.i:.i liEI.BKH
EDITH T si'IIW I l/.MAN
in is tt-n ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 33505-B
In Re: ESTATE OF'
SARAH MARCUS, a'k-a
BALLY MARCI'S, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parsons Rafv-
im: Clahna or I "email.Is Against Said
Batate
lou. and each of you. are hereby
notified and rotiuircd to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SARAH MAR' IS a/k a
BALLY MARCC8, deceaaed late of
Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
PRANK li DOWLING. County .Indue
,.f Dade County, and file the same in
his office In the Connt) Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dreaa of Hi, ,-)atmant and lo be sworn
to ami preai ni.-.i .i~ aforesaid, or aame
will li.- barred. Bee Kectlon 120 al the
Probate Act.
Date August 24, A !>. H54,
lULIA WALLER
As Admlnlatratrlit of the
Estate "f
SARAH MAR. CS ,i k n
SALLY M VR'TS, lie. as, d.
STANLEY i-AII'IN
Vttorne) for Adminlati atrlk
10 8-13 11 29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IJ1VF3N I
the underalgned, desiring to engag. I i
is under tin- flctltloua n.nn,
JCLA.NE GIFT SHOP, al 1785 i
.1 ii. Blvd., Intend t.....Blatei
mime with the Clerk "i the Cll
Court oi Dade County, Florida.
iii.i-: 6. [iowd
JANE I'. rtOLMES
KESSLER & CARS
Attorneys for Applicanta
1782 W, Flagler St.
It 15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NiiTICK'IS HEREBY tHVEN I
the underalgned, dealrlng lo engage in
bualneaa under the Hctltioua mini. i
HEA SMART Mini'. .,! 214 Mlrai
Mile. Coral Cahles. Kan Ida. llllilnl-
reglater aald name with the clerk ..:
ih, Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BEATRICE (JAL8T, sola Ol
1" I 15-22-29
r
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
PVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
JRiDA IN AND FOR DADE
-NTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 172798
IW'ls Ill'HANAN ORAY,
Plaintiff.
'!i ii CATHERINE c,n.\V.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l.cciu.K CATHERINE GRAY
I'21 Polk Hii. i
Topeka, Kansas
n by notified that a Mill
'omplalnl for DtTorca has boon
* ou, ami > on at a i ,'i ii' -
. ..|,\ of \ our Ajtawer or
Hi. iiiii .,f Complaint on
k Attorney, HKNRY M.
N. 2"il8 W Flarler St Miami.
, and file the original Answer of
ding In ihe office of the clerk of
ciitult Court on or before the
il.n ..( 11. tober, I'.'.'.l If >"i ii
In mi, ludgmenl by default will be
yon for the relief de-
'"l m the Itlll of Complaint.
liotle. shall lie publlhhed once
I i-k for four ronaeoiUIvs weakta
ITili: JKWISH F*IX)RID1AN.)
P"N'K \X|) i iRIikkkii at Miami.
.! dg| "f .Septelillier.
i: li LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Hade County, Florida
H) WM W. STOCKING,
' Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
|NllY M CAIN
W'e.i Flagler St.. Miami, Florlila
- )'l !
|N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
"It K is HEREBY GIVEN that
iinlerslgned, desiring to engage In
'" undei the fl, tltloua name of
PAL VHI.KS SCHOOL SlI'IM-Y.
Minorca Avenue. Coral Cables,
tn,i~ t,, leglmer aald name with the
'" of ,|ie Circuit Court of I'...!
nt>, Florida
k,,.. PHILIP Sl'KROW, Owner
PfEl KHIIlNMIIN
"ill.-! for Applk-ant
LRIacayna Bidg.
'i-:2-29 .
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 31128-B
RK BltTATE i>F"
i:i ISK BINIIER, I eaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la herebj given thai 1 have
filed mi final report an.....iiti.-n fol
Final Discharge as Ancillary Admlnla-
tratrlit of the eaUta ol ROSF. BINGF.R.
. ,i: and that on the nnli dat) ol
November, 1954, will apply lo the Hon-
orable i rank B. Dowllng, Count)
Judge "f Dade County. Florida, for
approval of aald final n port-MM for
final discharge as Ancillary Adminia-
irairlv of ih.- Batate ol ROSH sinl-
Klt, deceaaed,
This 21 sl day of September, in.it.
TIIKI.MA BILV'ERM \N
,\ in ill..li \,lllilin-ll all'IX
CEORCK CHERTKl >K
attorney for Ancllhtn Admlnlatrntrw
in 8-15-22-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is hi:ri:i'.v rjlVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to eng
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
HBN-KIST CAGED EGO RANCH, al
hj:, Ivea Dalr) Road, No Dade, In-
tenda to register s.,i,l name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court ..f Dade
Count). Florida.
MACRII-: LASKIN
ENTERPRISES, INC.
BERNARD B. WEK8LER
Attorney for Applicant
Ml Beybold Bidg.
10/1-&-1;.--'::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In
bualneaa undei the fictitious name ol
SHORES PAR. al 11711 N.E S.....ml
Avenue, Intend to register aald name
with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Colllt ol
Dade Count!. Florida.
0EOROE M. TIT LANE, JR.
GEORGE M. Tl'TLANB, SR.
So|,. I ,\\ 11. I i
HENRY M '' UN
Attorney for Applicant
2818 W. Kinglet St., Miami, Kl.i.
in 8-15-22-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 173061
mm:' I \ RET MRU.I.. Plaintiff,
\ a
jack BRILL, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TI i JAI 'K BRILL
ll'i l'ios|.,t Avenue
m.i mat ..ne. k. New fork
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required to serve a cop)
of your Answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and to
file the original Anawer In the office
of the clerk of the Circuit Court, on
in before tha tnd day of November,
1954 otherwise, the allegations of said
I tilt of Complaint will l.e taken as on-
f,--,.I .mains! yOU.
Dated this ith day of October, net.
K It. I.KATHKR.MAN.
Cl.rk of Circuit Court
B) : JOAN COCRNOYER,
Deputy Cl.-rk is.all
GEORGE 1 TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. 1-1'.
1" 8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 33766- B
In Be; ESTATE OP
JACOB W. BIEGEL alao kno*
Jacob Wolf Siegal, also known is
.1 W, Megel, I "eieas.-'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pemoni
Ing Claims or li.-man.ls Against -I
FIslale:
YOU, and each Of >nU. are nt
notified ami i equlred to pi ea. m
elaiins ami .l.-malids wM li >u, ,.
either of you, ma) have agalnat
eatate ol JACOB W. BIEGEL,
known as Jacob Wolf Blegel,
known as .1. sv Blegel, deceased
of i iade i 'ount). r loi Ida, lo the Hon-
orable 'ount) Judgea of n ide 'oui
ami file the same In thelt off*
the ''ounty Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, uiihiu eignt can
months from the date ..f the fii al
jical on hereof. Bald claims of
i.amis to contain the legal addre
the la......in ai"i to be awot n to :
ted aa foieaa"i. or aanu
be barred. *
I ,.,t,. i, tober 5, Al>. 1854.
- CARL W. SIEGEL
As Admlnlatrator of the K-tai- i f
Jacob W, Blegel, also knon
.la, ob w'oif sieg.-i. alao know i
.1. \\ So gel, I eaaed
MYBRb', HEIMAN A KAPLAN i:- ,-.
Ka Beybold Building, Miami, I la.
Attorneys for Admlnlatrator
10/8-15.22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under thi ,' ",-ist
c\R(il, CITY caps al RII N B ITlat
S, No Mi, mi. intends W register
aald name llh the lerk of he i tr-
i-ult Court of I>a lUvin HAK.'i.i' DAVIS, Ownaf
MAI. BNGLANDER
ah..rn,i f,,i Applicant
22nd
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage n
bualneaa under Ihe.fgtRlouai name of
WELDERS EQCIPMBNT OM-
i.ivy l\r Ht :',""" N vv -"' V
nun. Miami. eVrlda, Intatid t.. r. gist..-
cult Court "f Dade < ount). Fy.no.
"!.....i at M.....I. Florida, this
d.y of *pw,,;;'-i!f:nnel.
s,., retai % -Tr< aaurei.
Welder'a Equipment
Cmpan). In.-____
QEO K PENNEL.
President,
Welders Equipment
Companv. In,
Attorney f.>r the c.ij-oral'on
NORMAN P SOU)MON
I "Hit; Alton Road
Miami Beach. Florida
19/1-8-15-22
I'd:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173202
RAYMOND '' '' 'OK and
DOROTHEA PAULINE COOK,
i ife. Plaintiffs,
\
EVELYN M TRACY, el ala,
I lef.-mlants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Evelyn m Trai y, a single worn in,
mil. ii married, Thomaa Klrby,
her huaband, and If so married,
then known aa Mra. Thomas
Kiiln
170 I'enfleld Road
i:,,. hi mer, New York
And II the said Evelyn M. Tra,->
i,,. dead, her unknon n helra, de-
legateea or grantees, and
,,nv and all persons ttaVUK
claiming an) right, title or l
terest by or through the above
named person, or through her
husband, if mai i led, and all pat -
lies having or claiming any right,
nil,, or Internal in the following
described real propert) situate.
Ling and h.-ing in Hade County.
1 lo.i.la. lo-wll
Th.. Baal Half ..r the Eaal
Half of Trad Eour 4) Block
Koiii ill. TAMIAMI At RES
pi.,, \o |, accoadlng t" the
p|ai thereof, recorded In rial
Booh 8, al Page lit, of the
Public K, or,is of Dado < aun-
ty, Fl.....la.
YOU AND EACH OF YOl are here-
notified thai -' Bill of Complaint
t Title to the above real prop-
been filed against up*, and
hereb) required tp aerve i
.af vour answer "i pleading t
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[y nf TTOBER 15. 1954 *"!<,* n*>rMitn VP-.CV 5 J to Hear [rettClinchy" ^,.,,11 H. ClincKMpH*!M< nt National Conference of. .,,i,l .lews, will address Cual meeting <>f the confer 12 IS p.m. Oct. 21 in the | Uu Room <>f UM Biscayne [ Hotel. ,. hinchy will tell <>f his rebur through South Pacific Japan, Asia and Europe „ Arthur H. Compton, NoJre winning physicist. fi .I, of business on the will be the annual election officers. ,. .,,1,1 hoard members se[by ihe nominating commit1,'idi Harold A. Landfield, t .i .1.lines LeGate, secretary. chairmen Farii N. Cowart, Holland and Carl Weinkle. in; Blank. Al B. Block. Koshnstetter, the Rev. Fred E. y Cowart, Dr. C ,U:e Eg! Vincent c.iblio. Joe Louis lleiman, Cecil P. HolEarold A. I.andfield. Rabbi Fi,, hrman, Dr. T. L. Lowric, %  rovitz. II s I'ellon. Dennis in.iii trd K Roberts. Jr.. Mrs. R. %  Kins William K.'Reeri. Dr n Tharp. Judjte I. K. i 1! Turner and S. D. h'.ii h as board mem!" i I jmembers of the il T. Baker. I-fGute. ater and Weinkle who :,.. mbers Of the national • ,1 amendment* to the fiin by-laws also will be disThe new board will conii norganization meeting el) after the membership I Miriam Scheinberg I Named Supervisor pi The-youth ct*vit!* HHJIliu at the Beach Branch of the Greater | Miami Jewish Community Center i is off to a new start this year under the leadership of Miriam Scheinbo-rg, who has recent \\ been appointed to the position of youth activities supervisor. The many afternoon children's activities and evening teen age club programs at the Centers Beach facilities at 1536 Bay rd.. are now in operation again for the new ieason. Coming from the position of city director of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, Miss Scheinberg has played a leading role in the conduct of conventions ..nil conclaves conducted for the Zinn ist youth of the Southern region. After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree from the L'niver-in of Miami, she was associated with Hillel Foundation and Inter-Col-1 ica. She is a charter member of the egiate Zionist Federation of Amer• Junior Hadassah of Miami. rachi Women Annual Tea king the season's activities. Chapter of Mizrachi Womitannual membership tea lm sday evening in the Pentn: the Blackstone Hotel. i. b e rship chairman Mrs. Turk announced her com... Mr< Sydney Margulies, nn.iii. and the Mesdames Isilish, Israel Slotsky, Jack s.nii Herman. Max Sternprving Levy, Louis Mackovs.uil I'orush. The program, K the Sukkoth theme, was tindirection of Mrs. Alex%  Gross, png as hostesses for the eve%  'lie Mesdames Edan | Levitt, A. Louis MechM.i\ Frank. Morris Zitter. sch, Israel Spolter. Esther ithan Farber, Morris Laster Shalom. Allied Stone, president, an'I the appointment of delcIhe forthcoming annual convention set for Nov. 7 IntuCity, Sholem Lodge. Lazarus Women Hold Joint Meet %  B'nai B'rilh Sir icm Lodge and Emma I.aTarus W rmen's Lodge of Miami held a joint meeting Thursday at Beth DIVHI Synagogue. Special program of entertain ment was arranged by Stanley Cai din and Harry Schwartz. Habonira Youth Organization entertained with soni;s and dancings-. In charge of entertainment and refreshment were Fanny Rich. Mina Lippman. Edith Flieher, Tina Katz and Min Friedman. { the commission staff for four | during which time, she organized Yotihg Judaea groups, recruited j and supervised leaderand tonducted training institutes. I Miss ftsheinberg has taugM Sunda] seltOOl at Beth David Conurcggtion and was previously active in K'na.i Ji'ia^h Yutflh Organization. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS, etc. Accommodating l" to 1000 People Strictly Kother Kitchen I ':nl,-i Si;; %  • I \ Ifllon of Rabbi Joseph B. Raekovaky Call Saul Herman, 580811 Dl LIDO HOTEL SBJffS. RICH IN PROTEIN! Otfter wholesome food elements, tool *Nr BROWN KJISHI • U satisfying .-. but lost fattening! • Its tempting roasted nurlike flavor 5 of 100% reo/ buckwheat makes it welcome os a sW-dlsb...ln stuffings!, • I DELICIOUS ^ Nummoof • tlMMPT T • tUCKWHtAT Cir$ fO CIUMl *N0 tUOtUHQl LEVINS0WS FOOD SPECIALTIES )1 N.E. 2nd Avenue **"* 3-7791 Sltout Gate. Good Food n Ave Miami Beach all in *one package! limited time only! Levinson's Food Specialties 2402 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone 3-7791 /Sivilv\l> i evil* Coffee Shop ^PRODUCTS flUNE *Bt BUTTER mwm\ NEW HOLLAND HONEY CAKE it now made with the best 1954 NEW CROP HONEY and RYE FLOUR No Fat — Sugar — or Syrup Used IT IS NOT ONLY DELICIOUS BUT ALSO 0000 FOR YOU Ml A UOAW TODAY Distributed by C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 N.E. 30th St. ^ MANISCHEWITZ gefilte fish i' Enjoy all the tender quality of choicest freshwater fish cooked to homemade perfection! MANISCHEWITZ the greatest name in kosher food; CATERING DIVISION FOt All Sill PAtTMS ROSED ALE RESTAURANT • KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 9-7996



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LY, OCTOBER 15, 1954 %  Jewish rhrkilan PAGE 15 LEGAL NOTICB i mmsm LEGAL NOTICE li JTICE iftloua ni of "'v i:. nt ZI91 N.W li, Intend* to register „,.i, "tl.Clerk or th. i, ,,i,. ('ounl >. Ilorlda i(i ISK mill,, aole "" %  >• %  ,; A ',; \i:s Jo, % %  : SIMt gl I" STlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS "• NAME LAW ,..,,.,.|~ HKKKKY GIVEN that „, ,i. desiring U> engage m imilc tinfictitious name el viUK KOSHER MEATS, al \* nuc. Mi.i ml Be* It, Inii-ml i" register "aid n tine ;•„. clerk of the dnoM Court i„ r.iunl S. I'" 1 '" "'•' .li'l.HS KOTICK IIKHMAN P.ACKKAU i,|., 'i iSTAS lullus Kntlok Herman Rat kear • I"' __^_ lOTICE IN t UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that Emii-i-i-'"' 1 desiring: to engage In ,„K mi.1.1 ii"fictitious name ol tRR" AR, at S107 N.W. 27th y|. Flu., Intend to register I,',I,I, with the Clerk of the ClrIf-niiri of Hade County. Florida. >Hll.ir K. MTBR8 PHKI.MA KATHKRINB MYERS tSl.KK %  UAR8 f.,r Applicant* ;v,-i Flagler Street It 1-8II Oi CREDITORS t JUDGES COURT BtADE COUNTY, >TE, No. 33654 B Jl 'SI-:i-H KAY, I lei ,-. I 'l",. AII 'i, ,lii..i %  and All i %  ,ni! tlalma .., Demands Again v """'"I • "i> oi ou, i hereby notified and required to prevent any i-i,iliiiM .iii,i demandi which you, or either of you, ma) have against'the %  tati "f JOSEPH KAY, di late ,.f Dade County, Florida, lo the lion. PRANK IIWLINfi, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in hi* nffti • %  in the > 'ounty Courthouse In h 'ounty, Florida ulthni eight calendar months from the dat,of the ili~i publication hereof Bald ojalma or i. manda ontaln the legal adrii ess ol th. i ilmanl and t,, lie aworn to and presented as aforeor tame a MI ibai n d. i late Sept. mbei 20. A i> 1934. I'AXMi: KAY, A Administratrix of tlie Ratale ,ir JUHKI'H KAY. ,%  ,:. 11Ei IROE CHERTKl if Attorn*) fur AiliimiiMi.iii i\ 9/24 — 1(1/1-^ li '-10l^AL.ltitM/-.\/. lOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW hTK'K IS IIKRKBY GIVEN that %  ndrrsigned, desiring to engage hi • Hi.fl.titi.ius name ..f KM N>.\ KI.TIKK, at !'t:'-'.l4 Mil AM Miami, Intenda to r.-g' R il.l name with the Clerk of the .... i lade County, Florida. MICHAEL DEL l'lANo, Owner Isi.nt .v OARS te for Applicant \v Flagler |n 1--l.'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKI'.Y fllVEN thai the iin.i.-i sifii.-.i. ilcKlrliiK to engage in business under the fictitious name ..f STATE FIVE ANIi TEN CENT STORE, at ll.'.t-' B W. 8th St., Miami. Intend* to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court Ol I >>i.lCounty. Florida. BENJAMIN Q lifill.M WE1K8TEIN, WEIN8TE1N K WEIN8TEIN Attorneys fvr Applicant 42n l.mooln Roafl in S-U-22-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS %  NAME LAW MTI'-i.; is in.i:ri:v iTTVBN Hint -i-i-Mit.,., ,'-"" tltloua nan HOMESTRETCH INN s vv, loth Street, luti t| im* with the Clerk of thi fin ull of Dade Count). n la. JOSEI'H IIII.KV HENRY II 1 '^ :U;IANI;IIJ:V Attorney for Appl ill W. Ilagl. i HI Miami, l-'la. %/U — 10/1-8-16 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tHVEN thai the underalgned, desiring i" engage In nder the fl. RTONE'S 5 H 10c STORE, al ."> N w. 17th Street, Miami. Florida, Intenda to d name with the Clerk .if the Circuit Court .,f Dade County. Florida BENNIE STONE KI.HY STONE Attorn*) foi Bennle Btone ion. Congreaa Bide., Miami, lla. •• U — in l-v-l., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni TICK IS HEREtrt OIVEN thai ihe nnii. gm -i dead Ing %  bualae in lei the <:• titlouK mum ,,r Ql'll K LI'NCH, .'i .'7 S W I'n Street, Miami, intenda to regl lei aald *ith Hi,Clerk ..r the ol I .a I. Count). Ilorlda iri.h i \.\>. RIVERA i HENRY M CAIN Vttoi ne) f,,i Appllcanl • • w Fl iglei SI Miami I" %  15-22 COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 26484-B -T\ OK IMI'KI. HEITNER. Dareaaed ICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE [APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE ITICK I" hjrreb) given that I have mv fin il report and petition f"i .. aa Admlnlatrator .,f MI I:I, HEITNER, de|e 16-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS FTERKBY GIVEN I (he cmderalgned, desiring to engagi I.I Im -under the Hclll lou n BROWNSVILLE DRL'G STORE, ISM \ W -'Til, Ave Intends to re t. i-.mi nit in. with Hi" clerk "i -ii ,nii Con • I %  "!• "oilntt. F'lorl \\ ARREN W. WELTERS .^.,,,. I IWIllI ROBERT M DEEHL Alt'irm \ lot Appllcanl %  in:, Beybold llldg. !".I-15-22-28 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 172878 MADELINE 0ERALD1NE WERNER, Plaintiff, vs. WII.LLAM JOSEPU WERNER, JR. 11. I, ml.i nt. Tii WILLIAM Jl ISBPH WERNER, JR. Carol I. in. Zion. Itlinola v..in are required t" aerve a copy of your ansui-i In the Hill of Complaint !..r DlYorce mi the plaintiffs attorney, ..ml to fii.ti rlglnal anawei in the office "f the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on in before the 28th da) of October, AH, ISM; otherwlae, the Bill of Comfd) I >i\ orce, her. tofnre filed herelA, will be taken %  ii,..,.-,-.l by lim Dated at Miami. Florida, tills the LI da of s. |it.nil..r. 1954. /)', p. LKATHERMAN. <'|. of UKCircuit Court, Dade County, Florida. B) WM W. BT( "KING (Circuit ''..nit Baal) Dcput) Clerk Nam. and Addreaa of Plaiimfi %  Solicitor: MILTON A I ltli:i>MAN 1023 Beybold Building, Miami. Florida :ii l--15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Ihe underalgned, dealrlng ta engagi in bualneaa under the flctltloua name ol OOLDMAN'h SERVICE STATION, al Ml Tisi street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to reglatoi aald name with ih.ci.-rk of tin'"ii. un Court ,.t Dade County. Florida. HARRY I'.iii.l'MAN i-\ii, ';. H.HMAN MARK BILVERKTEIN Attorney for Applicanta <20 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. 1" 15-22-29 — II "i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173092 .IKSSIK WILSON, Plaintiff vs. KENNETH ROY WILSON. Ivfendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: KENNETH ROY WILSON Addreaa unknown TOU ARK HEREBY REQUIRED to MTV8 a copy of your answer to the complaint for divorce filed herein on plaintiff'attorney, RICHARD KRtKGER HSK, 412 Congreaa Building, Miami. Klornla. ami to file the original in the office of the Clerk of Ih.. allowCourt on or li.-f.'i.the *th da) "f Novemlnr. 1854; otharwlM a default will be entered against you. DATED: this 4th day of October, K it LBATHERMAN, Clerk By i. SNI:I-:I'I-:N. Deputy Cl.rk 18/8-15-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN thai ti,,underalgned, dealrlng to engage In bualneaa andei Ihe fictitious name -a %  <;ilis ai IU. Waahlngton Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend t" reglat.r the aald na with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court "t Dade County, Florida, Dated ai Miami Beach, Florida, thli llth Dal ol I. 1954 l.i:.i liEI.BKH EDITH T SI'IIW I l/.MAN in is tt-n ii %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 33505-B In Re: ESTATE OF' SARAH MARCUS, a'k-a BALLY MARCI'S, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Parsons Rafvim: Clahna or I "email.Is Against Said Batate lou. and each of you. are hereby notified and rotiuircd to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of SARAH MAR' IS a/k a BALLY MARCC8, deceaaed late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. PRANK li DOWLING. County .Indue ,.f Dade County, and file the same in his office In the Connt) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legal addreaa of Hi, ,-)atmant and lo be sworn to ami preai ni.-.i .i~ aforesaid, or aame will li.barred. Bee Kectlon 120 al the Probate Act. Date August 24, A !>. H54, lULIA WALLER As Admlnlatratrlit of the Estate "f SARAH MAR. CS ,i k n SALLY M VR'TS, lie. as, d. STANLEY i-AII'IN Vttorne) for Adminlati atrlk 10 8-13 11 29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY IJ1VF3N I the underalgned, desiring to engag. I i is under tinflctltloua n.nn, JCLA.NE GIFT SHOP, al 1785 i .1 II. Blvd., Intend t Blatei mime with the Clerk "i the Cll Court oi Dade County, Florida. iii.i-: 6. [IOWD JANE I'. rtOLMES KESSLER & CARS Attorneys for Applicanta 1782 W, Flagler St. It • 15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiiTICK'IS HEREBY tHVEN I the underalgned, dealrlng lo engage in bualneaa under the Hctltioua mini. i HEA SMART Mini'. .,! 214 Mlrai Mile. Coral Cahles. Kan Ida. llllilnlreglater aald name with the clerk ..: ih, Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BEATRICE (JAL8T, sola Ol 1" I 15-22-29 r NOTICE BY PUBLICATION JTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE PVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF JRiDA IN AND FOR DADE -NTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 172798 IW'ls Ill'HANAN ORAY, Plaintiff. '!i ii CATHERINE c,n.\V. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE l.cciu.K CATHERINE GRAY I'21 Polk Hii. i Topeka, Kansas %  n by notified that a Mill 'omplalnl for DtTorca has boon ou, ami > on at a i ,'i ii' ..|,\ of \ our Ajtawer or Hi. IIIII .,f Complaint on K Attorney, HKNRY M. N. 2"il8 W Flarler St Miami. and file the original Answer of ding In ihe office of the clerk of ciitult Court on or before the il.n ..( 11. tober, I'.'.'.l If >"i %  • ii In MI, ludgmenl by default will be • yon for the relief de'"l m the Itlll of Complaint. liotle. shall lie publlhhed once I i-k for four ronaeoiUIvs weakta ITili: JKWISH F*IX)RID1AN.) P"N'K \X|) i IRIIKKKII at Miami. .! dg| "f .Septelillier. i: li LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida H) WM W. STOCKING, Court Seal) Deputy Clerk |NllY M CAIN W'e.i Flagler St.. Miami, Florlila )'l |N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "It K is HEREBY GIVEN that iinlerslgned, desiring to engage In '"• undei the fl, tltloua name of PAL %  VHI.KS SCHOOL SlI'IM-Y. Minorca Avenue. Coral Cables, tn,i~ t,, leglmer aald name with the '" of ,|ie Circuit Court of I '...!•• nt>, Florida k,,.„. PHILIP Sl'KROW, Owner PfEl KHIIlNMIIN "ill.-! for Applk-ant LRIacayna Bidg. %  i-:2-29 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 31128-B RK BltTATE i>F" i:i ISK BINIIER, I '• eaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la herebj given thai 1 have filed mi final report an i iti.-n fol Final Discharge as Ancillary Admlnlatratrlit of the eaUta ol ROSF. BINGF.R. ,i: and that on the nnli dat) ol November, 1954, will apply lo the Honorable i rank B. Dowllng, Count) Judge "f Dade County. Florida, for approval of aald final n port-MM for final discharge as Ancillary Adminiairairlv of ih.Batate ol ROSH SINLKlt, deceaaed, This 21 sl day of September, in.it. TIIKI.MA BILV'ERM \N ,\ in ill. .li \,lllilin-ll all'IX CEORCK CHERTKl >K attorney for Ancllhtn Admlnlatrntrw in 8-15-22-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HI:RI:I'.V rjlVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to eng bualneaa under the fictitious name of HBN-KIST CAGED EGO RANCH, al HJ:, Ivea Dalr) Road, No Dade, Intenda to register s.,i,l name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ..f Dade Count). Florida. MACRII-: LASKIN ENTERPRISES, INC. BERNARD B. WEK8LER Attorney for Applicant Ml Beybold Bidg. 10/1-&-1;.--':: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In bualneaa undei the fictitious name ol SHORES PAR. al 11711 N.E S ml Avenue, Intend to register aald name with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Colllt ol Dade Count!. Florida. 0EOROE M. TIT LANE, JR. GEORGE M. Tl'TLANB, SR. So|,. I ,\\ 11. I i HENRY M '' UN Attorney for Applicant 2818 W. Kinglet St., Miami, Kl.i. in 8-15-22-28 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173061 MM:' I \ RET MRU.I.. Plaintiff, \ a JACK BRILL, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TI i JAI 'K BRILL ll'i l'ios|„.,t Avenue M.I mat ..ne. k. New fork YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required to serve a cop) of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original Anawer In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, on in before tha tnd day of November, 1954 otherwise, the allegations of said I tilt of Complaint will l.e taken as onf,•--,•.I .mains! yOU. Dated this ith day of October, net. K It. I.KATHKR.MAN. Cl.rk of Circuit Court B) : JOAN COCRNOYER, Deputy Cl.-rk is.all GEORGE 1 TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. 1-1'. 1" 8-15-22-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 33766B In Be; ESTATE OP JACOB W. BIEGEL alao kno* Jacob Wolf Siegal, also known is .1 W, Megel, I "eieas.-'l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pemoni Ing Claims or li.-man.ls Against %  -I FIslale: YOU, and each Of >nU. are nt notified ami i equlred to pi ea. m elaiins ami .l.-malids wM li >u, ,. either of you, ma) have agalnat eatate ol JACOB W. BIEGEL, known as Jacob Wolf Blegel, known as .1. sv Blegel, deceased of i iade i 'ount). r loi Ida, lo the Honorable 'ount) Judgea of n ide 'oui • ami file the same In thelt off* the ''ounty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, uiihiu eignt can months from the date ..f the fii al jical on hereof. Bald claims of i.amis to contain the legal addre the la in ai"i to be awot n to : ted aa %  • foieaa"i. or aanu be barred. I ,.,t,. i, tober 5, Al>. 1854. CARL W. SIEGEL As Admlnlatrator of the K-taii f Jacob W, Blegel, also knon .la, ob w'oif sieg.-i. alao know i .1. \\ So gel, I "• %  eaaed MYBRb', HEIMAN A KAPLAN i:,-. Ka Beybold Building, Miami, I la. Attorneys for Admlnlatrator 10/8-15.22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under thi ,' ",-ist c\R(il, CITY CAPS al RII N B ITlat S, No Mi, mi. intends W register aald name llh the lerk of he i tri-ult Court of I>ar the c.ij-oral 'on NORMAN P SOU)MON I "Hit; Alton Road Miami Beach. Florida 19/1-8-15-22 I'd: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173202 RAYMOND '' '' 'OK and DOROTHEA PAULINE COOK, i ife. Plaintiffs, \ EVELYN M TRACY, el ala, I lef.-mlants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Evelyn M Trai y, a single worn in, • mil. ii married, Thomaa Klrby, her huaband, and If so married, then known aa Mra. Thomas Kiiln 170 I'enfleld Road i:,,. hi mer, New York And II the said Evelyn M. Tra,-> i,,. dead, her unknon n helra, delegateea or grantees, and ,,nv and all persons ttaVUK claiming an) right, title or l terest by or through the above named person, or through her husband, if mai i led, and all pat lies having or claiming any right, nil,, or Internal in the following described real propert) situate. Ling and h.-ing in Hade County. 1 lo.i.la. lo-wll Th.. Baal Half ..r the Eaal Half of Trad Eour 4) Block KOIII ill. TAMIAMI At RES PI.,, \o |, accoadlng t" the p|ai thereof, recorded In rial Booh 8, al Page lit, of the Public K, or,is of Dado < aunty, Fl la. YOU AND EACH OF YOl are herenotified thai -' Bill of Complaint t Title to the above real propbeen filed against up*, and hereb) required tp aerve i .af vour answer "i pleading t ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• Jewish Meridian solicits your legal notices. 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PAGE 10 Im1*tncrkMzr Final Days of Sukkoth Begin Monday Eve DADE JEWISH CENhold Friday evening TEMPLE ISKMk OC Miami will Wednesday serried 9 am wiH of Sakhot h wttfc *~M AlM ftth | ^ MOWW h.Id Friday evening ^ a, feature ,1* %  %  I f I no. service* ^'"pTSue 3? mo n serves at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi .pm with Rabb, Jo^ph Narot student ^ Vn ,ce a,V^ a m S. be folHenry Okolic. officiating and cmciatmg and preaching on the %  .. ., „..._ RaDnj preaching on the topic: "Story of The Gentle Cyme Cantor ISRAELITE CENTER M owed £ a^ U. lth MOM P ^^ Neu ^ Bornstein will render the K W5 ChillP£** SjldJttTJ ^ al portiOH of ,he liturgy SatP m Shem.n. Tednesda*8 am I tar*, w.th me cno.r under the *, morning senices are a, II are .hedule. SE^SESE-" direction of Lucille Moore Oneg s=a ^AY^TOBEH Lutman Nam^ Beth El Cantor iiJL'J^erkow, %  '"PointmJ ^re^^ announced the Fishel Lutman congregation Cantor Lut %  IS cantor $ £ tor Lutman perform Holy Day a rn.. when Robert, son of Mr and Mrs, Morris Greenberg. will beCi tie Bar Mitzvah. Shemini Atzer til service* will take place on Monday at 7:30 p.m.. with children participating. Tuesday morning *er\A) p.m. servicewill be at 8:30 am with Yizkor following at 10 30 Hako foih will mark the Simch..th Tor*h celebration T-.i.-ning at 6 30 p m win a I pro der the musical portion of the liShalibat will follow. Concluding his first year as spiritual leader at the Center. Rabbi Okolira will iniBETH EL CONGREGATION will tiate 75 new members. Final days hold Fridav evening services at of the Sukkoth observance will be 530 pm Saturdaj morning senmarked with services on Tuesday r at 8 30 a m Rabbi Shmary at 9 am Yizkor will follow at 10 nig high I Beth El. I From Israel. th. lyric tenor, trained k singers. He en,,,,., ,„ Mi ; iiS.*. y ? r of cantori* SSI ontor,.. :. are at 11 am. Yizkor will be cession scheduled for 7 Wednes tZ*m£Ztt£+2* ^k > -" —* and am %  *?• Torah is to t BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will services, with Cantor BMMMl Sal Preach on the topic: -Charting a sened on Tuesday evening at 7:30 MlBVS EK a, 6 hon render*,, .he mu ourse.n the Wilderness C antor Members of the PTA will sen* repjn. Saturday morning seniets tion-of the 1.: ire at 9 a.m.. when Ronald, SOS) M Mr. and Mr-. Mitchell Shapo. will become Bar Mitzvah. Nathan Alexander will sponsor floral offerings. Shemlni Atzereth servicewill be ht.'d Tuesday morning at 9 am Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, execudiscuss: tive director of Greater Miami JewWorld." i-h Federation, will be guest speakfollowed bv ShalM Seudounder er and discusThe Signiticance the sponsorship of Mr ami Mr. <>! the Memorial Service in Jewish Abraham Selevan. Final da> of KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGAdajn of th. Sukkoth festival will TION will hold Friday evening be ushered in with Shemini Atzer .. ,> %  i o0 pm Saturday eth asnaun on Tuesday morning morning senices are at 9 I m Rabat 8 30 a m Yizkor is scheduled for hi Jonah Caplan will officiate and lu a.m Rabbi Swirsk) will discuss. Man's Pl u ce in the "Walking Down Memory Lane"' Mincha is at 5:45 p.m. On Wednesdaj morning, service. will mark Simchath Torah, with Ki-hel Lutman will render the mu freshments. Services are also sical portionof the liturgy Final scheduled for Wednesday at 9 a.m. Rabbi Okolica will preach. Lite." Yizkor will follow at 11 a.m. E irbath Torah will be ushered in Tuesday evening at 7, with Hako loth. Mrs. Michael Corvin, of the PTA, will .issist in distributing refreshments to children who will participate in the procession Simchath Torah servicecontinue on Wednesday morning at 9 BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m I:, bbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and preach on the topic: Vfehie of Life Mincha is at 5:30 p m.. followed by Shalos Seudos in the Sukkah Ilo.-hana Rabbah -erv • are Monday morning at 7:30 m. Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m. ••--day morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. with the Rabbi preach -. the •crmim Yizkor will be at 10:30 Simchath Torah will be ushered in Tuesday evening at 5:30. wilh Hakofoth. Wednesday mornI rvices are iit 830. j o TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold F" day pveninfl services at 6 p.m. %  Rabbi Henry Wernick will ate m the absence of Rahhi I" ing l.< hrman Saturday morntervices are at 9 a.m. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the cal portions ol the liturgy. R bhi Wernick will discuss the V • eklv Portion TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating and dedicating the Sabbath to a consecration service for the religious school. Subguaat Rabhi M 1! Sachs preaching ject of the Rabbi's sermon is %  •n the topic Rejoicing in the scheduled as: "Eternal Message of I.,, Our Torah .'" Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical porDOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will tiOM of the liturgy, assisted by the hold Friday evening services at 6 Temnle Choir under the direction pm Saturday morning services of Rev. Mordechai Haalman. Oneg are at 8 30 am with Rabbi Ane Shabbat will follow. Saturday ic: "Faith and Reason Simchath Becker officiating and preaching morning services are at 9 a.m.. on the topic "Refuge From the when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on Storm Class in Bible will be held the Weekly Portion. Temple Sinai the Sukkoth observance will be ushered in with Shemini Atzereth senices on Monday evening at 5 30 p m. Tuesday morning servici at 9 Yizkor will be at 11 a m with Rabbi Caplan preaching on the topPhiladelphia and three M Urae. Synsg^j in Tel Aviv and ;,, the/JTJ was in the choir of CawoTjIf Rosenblatt. ** 1 During the \v ar •tst.ber.u. Cantor Lutman served in u k 1 rael Army. He comes to *!! companied by his America,.!., wife. Betty, a concert pianisti accordionist I Mrs. Lutman is a graduate oft). I Pietro Diero Conservatory m C York City. m ^1 The couple are currently apt*. ing in a series of musical pfM tations of the Jewish Forum the Air" heard Sundays, li):30i over station WMIF. Simon Snaa is director. Torah will be marked on T u esening at 5:30. with Hakofoth and procession for children Services will continue on Wedne-da> at 9 a.m. Cantor Abraham Self will render the musical portions of the liturgy. win ii-her in Shemini Atzereth on Monday evening, with services at 8 30 p.m. Senices Tuesday and Wedne-day morning at 9 will follow Simchath Torah will be markNORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN at 5 pm. followed by ShaloSeudos under the sponsorship of Mr and Mrs .1 Schwartz Hoshani Rahhah services are Monday morning at 7 a m Shemini Atzereth services usher in the final days of ed on Tuesday evening, the Sukkoth festival on Tuesda) TER will hold Friday evening servmorning at 8:30 am Yizkor will ( ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will ices at 5:45 p.m. Saturdaj mornInchanted at 11 Rabhi Becker hold Friday evening services at ing services are at 845 a.m. Rabbi will preach on the subject: "On 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning servMayer Abramowitz will officiate Rain Kiddush will follow in the ices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi B. Leon and preach on the WeekU PorSukkah. under the sponsorship of Hurwitz will officiate. Shemini tion. Shemini Atzereth services the Sisterhood Simchath Torah Atzereth se r vice! will be Monday ushering in the final days of the will be marked with -ervicelie evening at 5:30 p.m. and Tuesday Sukkoth festival will be held on t'.nnina Wedne-day morning at morning at 9. Zamora will usher Monday evening at 8 p.m. Tuesday 8 30 a.m Rabbi Becker will Mm morning services are at 8:45 Rabcuss 'Th< Synagogue and the New World hi Abramowitz will discuss The Fondness of Memories Yizkor will be at 10 15 a.m. Simchath Tor ah will be observed, with the Hako foth procession, on Tuesdaj in Simchath Torah Tuesday evening both at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday morning services will be al 9 am Services will include Hakofoth processions, with pupils and parents participating. Rabbi MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services al 5 45 pm SatHurwitz ischeduled to preach on nmg at 6 45 Wednesdaj morning urdaj morning services are at 8:30 both days. Cantor Rudolph Brill services are al 8:45 Cantor Eda.m Rabbi Simon April will ofwill assist and render the musical ward Klein will render the nui-ificiate and preach on the topic: portions of the liturgy, cal portionof the liturgj al .ill "Contradictions in the Pessimistic "•rvices Phil phj ol Life." Shemini At/ FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH ereth services will be Tuesday COMMUNITY CENTER will hold TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will morning al 830 am. ushering in Friday evening services at 6 D hold Fridas m Shemini Atzereth n<,l<1 rYiday evening services al the final days of the Sukkoth oh Saturday morning services are at 9 held Monday eve•.*• fun..^with Rabbi Leon Kronish \t 7:30 i> m a Sim%  "" with Rev Leo Heim oiucichath Torah party will be held tor ating and preaching on the topic: pupils oi the -chooi with special "Strangers at the Gate." The final services foi the junior congregadays of Sukkoth will be ushered la tion Wednesdaj morning wrvlcMonday evening at 6 p.m. Shemini es are al 8:30 a.m Cantor berele Atzereth services are on Tuesday Atz> Kelemer will render the musical morning at 9. followed by Yizkor ereth will be ushered in Ifondaj portions ol the Uturgj WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER evening at 815. Tuesday morning • vices will be ning at 6.15 p m. Tuesday morn officiating Services will be dedirervice* are a' 9. with Yizkor eated to a Welcome Membership." :,t 10 15 Simchath Torah will be Saturdaj morning services are at u-bered in Tuesdaj evening at 7. 10:48 a.m.. when Shepard king, son Wednesdaj morning serviceare "' Mr and Mrs Isidore King, will at 9 become Bar Mitzvah Shemini Will hold Friday evening senices services are at 10:45. with Yizkor al 6 p.m. Saturday morning sen scheduled to follow Simchath ices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alfred Torah will be marked on Tuesdaj V.axman will officiate and preach evening at 7:15 pm. Hakofoth and the topic "Are We Leaving the a social for teen agen are slated Sukkah.'" Shemini Atzereth senat that time. Rabbi Kronish will ii's. ushering in the final davs of P r "'ch the sermons at all services th Sokko'h observance, will be with Cantor Samuel Kelemer renhtld Monday evening at 6 p.m denng the musical portionof the Tuesday mornine serviceare at 9 liturgy, a.m. Yizkor is scheduled for 10:30. Bl 10 Rev Heim will discuss Eter._" '•'' Values or Temporal Values" HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Mincha .at 6 p.m.. and will inrrldaj evening services at 5:48 fclude Simchath Torah services de Saturdaj morning services dicated to children of the religious Mincha will follow schmil Sam Hollander will assist are at 5:30 p.m. Final days of SukHondaj daj in reciting the traditional Hakokoth win open with services on foth Wednesday seVvi^esToo'tinue > evening at 5:30 p.m Tues-|at 9 am. when Rev. Heim will R| t)l>i Waxman will discuss: "The >'J ning. Oct. 24. in the Pagoda Rosf| of the Saxony Hotel, accurdinjUj an announcement by Jack A. Afcj bott, president Abe Schonfeld is chairman" the function, and Sidney Harmsl chairman of the entertainaatj committee. The Men's Club S>j portand sponsors all youth m] of the Temple, and proceeds *j ized from the dinner dance will hi used to promote the youth pj i gram. Olympia Heights CMS* Receives Charter Here Olympia Heights Jewish Coss| nity Center received itl orpsl tional charter this week, •"•fl to an announcement by Dr swj nard Weiss, president. The new Jewish Center •; serve the SW section from 87t %  107th avea. between Coral %  Miller rd. .-.: Other officers of the *"f tion include Norman Dm*. president: Sylvia Weiss. secreUW, and Herbert J Teller. tresu| Scheduled for Sunday *" %  Oct. 17, at 8:30 p.m.. b*J5 party, proceeds from •W**J toward the (enter Th* '*">" take place at Dr Richer! Ranch. ,-* According lo IT Weiss. Ine ter includes a memberskls mm families --• bt BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at Yizkor will follow at 11. Simchath j 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning servToanh will be 1 days'the festival of Simchath Torah rjwwisirsr^.^saat at 8:30. Yizkor will b,. at 11 a Rabbi Sachs w,l, preach on Z\^Z *** d Ugh,er Mf topic: "Yizkor in Our Kes.L for,hcom,n "i a rri.ge. Saturday c observed Tuesday ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Ak.vah j Services Wednesday will Z ""'^'^ "^^ re at 9 m The :15. w.th Hakofoth. chill will usher in the f,„ a davs the lasnt^l ... ".' i.*"L 0bMn,e 1 R bbi UI preach on the topic: Prerequisites for a Happy Life." Shemini Atzereth services held Monday evening -' '^ Tuesday morning rT |f" l8 j, with Yizkor scheduled i Rabbi Herson will disrasi membering Our Dead >, T n .ok uiit tv ushered m '"> Torah will be ushered evening at 6 pm morning senices !" J^v*] t ?*J when the Rabbi will d'* 0 of Life."



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PAGE 6 *—§€§> ntrtcMaiL FRIDAY Bond Drive to Present Operalogue Here; Glazier Named City Manager A dramatic operalogue. includami Beach, on Wednesdas Oct ine condensed versions of popular 2 pm. operas, will be presented here unSpon-or-re wmen ** "£ der I i th State of Ipure! nimum ol $1,000 in rael Bond Organization during the Development bs '• first week of December. .rned from Sher. Greater Miami chairman, inI fet lladtaC tow Ol U formed workers at i special meet rael and will describe her expertthe Shelborne Hotel Wedneences in that coun day night. r reported that the logue had met with "tremendous %  o inoouno i thai Sidney r had been named city man %  aer "t tin -• logue naa mei IUI IRURWH • %  success" when presented in northin this area He su :red 1. Minzer Jr. h.> haheen transferred to similar duties in Toronto Canada. Glazier ino newcomer to this area During the past two yearhe I Miami and Miami on numerriioccasions lor -pecial >>n a national level, including the succewful eveningof en tertainment presented under ol l-ra C dg •ler held a -peciai i (1 Hscaym I V thai reported a :! -Ml v • %  : 1 I Initiation, Membership Brunch Slated on lth M.nte Carlo Hotel will be the KeJM "( tha annual member-hip hru:ich of th.' Miami Beach ChapBnai Brith Women on Tues day, oct 26. at 10:30 am. Member! and those who i-h to jom will b. gUCStl "f the hot directorA program con-l-ting of a min-tnl -kit will be -hown for •tertainment of all who at tend MrHerman Stern will be chair: Un day, and MrAbraham • %  member-hip chairman, will present Menorah pins to all new members. A racial hour of Menorah games will be held after the program The regular Menorah gamewill be resumed in No\ ember at the Km pre-Hotel ever> Wedne-day at 1 pm S4a*t G>*n:r %  that soles [or the S| held Mrs. Monti : lh< • DiU*. dr. MiOlympic 0INS nil All Nr Z FOR 1 SCRM and STAGS SH0V/ WILD and WICKED -• tr k*f nmkt (• MS£S@< CORNEL WILDE YVONNE DeCARLQ -t* Twn mam TECHNICO LOR ,N PERSON Th darling of two Continaats molly PICON PLUS t nOt* EXTRA! oddod attraction I NAZZARRO V PtINCi jMaaofa I Of IMITATORS Youngsters Celebrate In Mr and Mrs Robert Bloch. 891 \ Knier-oTl nvft, SUrT"itfe< 'Mat*)..*aiternoon nparlad their Snikah' to children of the neighborhood. Helping the youngsters celebrate the festival of Sukkoth by decorat ing the booth and offering r In -h SurfsicU Sukk,4 Hirschfie M ft* Weiss Moves Offices I I that his I I ••' 311 : Building. Miami Beach S| *"*( CHARLES H. BRETH OlTZ CIRT.FIID • %  • IK ( ( | | ANNOUNCES TMt OPINING Of HIS OFFICE AT SUITE 436. SEYBOLD BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA TELEPHONE 3 9JJ For Savi Original ngs up to 50% on Rogers Silverplate e A d wam •( •*•. flofwar* m4 •••"•WOT i H t—1 % %  *> f ,• <•<• • •"•tr. 01 >.U t i i. !(! %  TtttKxTtl ikw BHM • • k. H 4* it "< •" N. %tpt oUnf with Hw i#ttnd oin ,i v4*t blank |hwn ti.r. Start saving your Birds Eye labels and can tops now. •WS CTE. WALUNCnm. ttSKCTWrf-For and B Eye Late* ler caa taps) mil eu i M I CH "Uc Scttta*,. ~tiW ... m cash tarn*4 aw tat toi'omii * '*n$ ii • tariff t t nm t*t% tl w • Crtn aMt I Ht!f< •'' B'tM I'Jl %  '1M I ImM fnuitil| MHt_ srttT_ t • %  % .ti{ n sr .KNE •.OTf. run orrt • VOID IN NT TTt om ON.C'ti'-€•• ••0-*" o OT-r.,„ *TNtc-rro eoeo IN u • • o IT ?r •OSI.T TMI* %  .|. „• S| |TMOa*ON O" HOOl'HD %  -.• I %  fn^m SltVfR ANNIVERSARY VALUES w 2 For 35c THRIFTY SUPER MARKET SI 7 Wcuhinoton A*mac SCHIFP'S COMPLETE FOOD MARKET 1*00 If... A.t.*, iPKURE MARKn 165* AIION 10AD IT'S KOSHER ami AHA APPROVED IT'S BETTER and N0N SEPARATING DREXEl FOOD MARKET 1447 Sreml Aw IMPERIAL FOOD CENTER 1444 Srel *te* SUNILAND FOOD MARKET 10SS W aahiMf TRACHTIIER€ KOSHER FOOD MAMOT U7J --% 



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PAGE 8 +Jelsl'ncrl(#*n Hoses Reveal Betrothal of Gerry U>u To Attorney; Thanksgiving Kites Slated m AT. and Mrs. Joseph Rose, of 1;45 Collins we.. Miami Beach anunce the engagement of their daughter, Gerry Lou. to Benedict Arthur Sil\ernun. son of Mr. and • Bernard Silverm.in. BJM of Miami Beach. MiH Boat ia graduate of Mill i Beach Riftl School, where -he '. editor of the Yearbook. I mem :• of the Spanish National Honor S lety and secretary of Thespians >he received her Bachelor of Science decree from Syracuse University, magna cum laude. and wan : et laureate of her graduating > -Miss Root was a member ol \ :'-j Kpsilon Phi social soroftt] 1 Zeta Phi Eta. sp eech Mitl R se iat present com• %  ting work toward the Master of \ ts degre* -it Columbia Univer% itj Mr. Silverman ia practicing at • ne>. with offices in Miami He .ended Cherry Lawn Preparatory Conn where he president of the school and tor of the newspaper He re ceived his Bachelor of Science and FRIDAY Miss Martha Jo Becker Miirriesji Fnichtinan in Double Ring, Camju Ina.l„ uble %  %  JJ Thursd,, 5" LpSSSf "•.. became th* £* (h -'-^ruch. man Pl.fonnerlyofTohJ' R.ibtn Irvine Uk— mer B'-t man *, man. brother of ts k of honor wax Carats! | era included Inrin iw ler Devenow. ^ Junior u-her "** Mist C^ry (N • Mils Deaaa Salting Saikind, Kenin Bachelor of Law decreefrom the June Kilt/ W COS •S'WrcV:. rre-iderr Mr. Harold PocJgur Nan Spring Rites „ tB Mr and Mr. Martin Salk.nd. Chicago III., announce the engagement of their daughter. Donna, to David Kenin. whose parents Mr. and Mr* Louis Kenin. reside at Di Lido dr Mumi Beach. Salkind r-.omore at >f Miami, where -he Tau Epsjlor. Phi social frater \ a member of Phi Eta S thman honor society, and \ .ce -tice of Phi Alpha Delta, legal : rs ternity During hisenior year S .n via^warded firM | an-BurfcnB Memonal c \ formal wedding for T" mg is planned. On this ..rentof the bride will be celerating their 30th Roai pan nts an active c— .rfcerbrother of th bride The bride select* trench chantillv !*, taffeta -tyled with JJ sweetheart necklme I with the -calloped n lace and filled in vith g bouffant lace skirt n with scalloped oatteni underskirt of gather* peeping below Hen*', illusion fmsertip-leqn llaibara Hirsch, U'on b> a dan,y **" Anlmorr MM. Mwrii 'rwcatmea Sept 11 Temple B'nai ed%  The bride, daughter of Mr sad MrH tt. 101 -' %  a%e. Back and Sew Yort net her fiance m a senior Her nt) is Alpha Kpsilon Phi. e CoVgar. broth were %  Mr*. Ijfhman (,is monthly | let 20. enter. I hainneu are I %  %  I r • 1720 VA 7tl Weixmann Hadassah Sunday afternoon. Uct. 17. Chaim Wei/mann group of Hadassah will hold its reenrollment membership party at the home of Mrs. Simon I Werner. 2108 SW 23rd ter. from 1 In 5 p m Mrs. Homer Rievman is membership chairman Mrs. Harvey Cypress ipresident She carried white t confirmation Bible The bride was Miami Beach High* dictorun of her dam] member of Ns League. Student Cent*] tenniteam She versity of Miami.' member of Alpha Lassfjl women'honorary ority Mr Kruchtman itta and was graduated Hills High School. Tohh| a student at the I'mreM ami where he belonjeitff Phi social fraternity Th> groom -pent cijhl Germany and at preWj turned with the Arn; a| Ala Gue-tbroke their T fa>t ii ..htfullji nupt: '/.lulfl followed the weddaij Out • i : 22nd ter Miami He chose Oct 3 • %  %  e his fiancee her r. Both families are ongu ago The bride-elect atti > on Sunday evening % %  8ptr. ul Memo called. "Meet f (ull 5^, sw 7;h jvr p^ IBtor and Mr. teen f.r a Ki-hel Lntman Also appearing will be E J I Knicl Art/t Betrothal Bevcaled l\ Parents The en*.. ter. L to Kuben V >' ami J*: School, where nounced by Mr and MrHi -a:r. the ajrta chor^m.xevi Arr us. a member of the dram.•• c.-b and Tbjesg Mi^s Rosen was also a student at the l"r f Klonda and I nersity of Miami, wher appeared in several Ring Theater antanaa, m well ain Sketch of 1954 Mr Mesh attended Miami Senior High School, where he was busi Mr Miiier is the son of MrLena Mil'Miami Beach and Irvuuj Miller. 225 Fairway dr The bride-elect graduated Miami High School and attended the Universal] I F she was ehaaea -weethean at Zeta Beta Tau. her fiances fraterr.itv f M1.\H. the school sh "<-•* employed by Pruden ytaTtaaaa He is currently on a ,lal lasurance Co -.taoUrship at the I of M, major Mr Miller received his BS deiag in accounting He is past presigree in chemistry from the Uurtarnt of Alpha Pi Omega, president attj ..f Florida and is now working : the announcing society, member j on the Master's degree at Purdue Phi Eta Sigma and is in the University, where he is one the .•< tool senate research staff The betrothed couple reveal that Mr Miller belongs to Gamma are planning on a June 26 j Sigma Epsilon. honorary chemical •.adding I fraternity are Shirley Joyce Spiegel aad Stu art H Baroadess The couple saet on a blind date Their betrothal is irsac announced here by the hrane el ect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D Spiegel, of Norma N J MIM Spiegel makes her home at 630 NE 31st si She was graduated from high -ch..I in Vineland. NJ. and at tended Temple University at Phil adelphia MhH Spiegel is currently Iraff'c and prugram coordinator at taan WMIE Mr Barondevs. f MS West 4Jth -t 1the s,,n of Mr and Mrs. William H Barondess. Miami Beach and San Juan. PR He was graduated from Western Military Academy and Norwich University. N rthfield. Vt with a BA degree in advertising X M;>. a-* •Us. tmU Artrt (ioldl)erjr. Meddin l'lan Spring Hilw An engagement ring oa Sept 17 year Ju **J* was the surpnve birthday present Girl of Phi Ef*V Judie Goldberg received from DavMr Meddm %  -" %  •d Meddin. of Savnanah. Ga j and Mrs *'* M **L Judie is the daughter of Mrs. vannah He a P*V, na Alpem Goldberg. 17t4 SW nah High schuui jaw 17th st and George Goldherg. MiBBA degree fW" ] ami Beach She u a nadnis faf


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PAGE 12 9-Je^stnerkHar GLOBAL SHORTS Britain Offers to Act as Go Between for Israel and Arabs LONDON WNS) — The British Government thiv week announced thai n ioffering its good offices in promoting talkwhich would either disi nine oi ton-ion preliminary to adjusting the major difi between I.-rael and tt Nintriea or immediate border talk major issues. Ministi r "i Selwj n Lloyd. Who declared that the Bntish Government is | concerned'" over the Israel-Arab bor6V v situat • • the diplomatic en%  f eight Arab League ist weel handed him an .ode • Powaction against I-rael Lone Physician Flown 700 Miles for Holy Day Services V % %  .'. YORK WNS T* more than Tint m thi P th.it a Jewish .\:r Force docl Hig Hi ly 1 %  bj JWB's Contmis'• i-h I!ha| laincj The 1 • : I m ard S Ajd. OJ Mew RocheUe N.Y i-fationed on lonelj %  %  Island, an Air FOi n the : and their three dep*: rn to Pear. lOOM 715 miles awaj ih Hashona ami \ n Kippor i Need for Civic Defense Groups Great, B'nai B'rith Head Says CHICAGO WNS Th" %  Ci .,{ d, (en linfl J< %  and malicioui hai today ain an] modern time." thiw, Philip M KluUnick. B'nai B'rith mun.' opening n I the foil Appeal driw B'nai B'rith president eiti amplein I th' situation Inn i 'as th< mouth %  149 :-kwen and where m..n\ h :• that then Ji wei uomic pressun %  %  %  %  %  ion in the South Israel Needs More Teachers, Classrooms, Minister Says NEW YORK WNS —A! a press conference here la-t week. Profe— -or Ben Zmn Dinur. I-rael M of Education and Culture, declared that Israel'two mod pres-ing educational needare the training of •• lehen ard the building of additional cla-sriximProfessor Dinur stated that from five tn -ix hundred teacherare graduated from accredited teacher-' colleges annually, whereas the country requires approximately 12.000 new teacheryearl) 'Zionists Should Have Personal Relationship With Israel' — Goldmann NEW ifORK W MS 7. iniaa imphe,, many-fold, direct personal i %  • • in wi'h Israel declared. Dr Mdhum an. chairman ol an • addn • the American Zi ncil Such r. lati ,\ i.t in I-iculture, Mtendai learning profi --. [or a limited ; thimigll ini Gen. Luizzi Named Chief Of Staff of Italian Army ROFE rWNS) — Gen. Giorgio Liuzzi. a member of one of Italy's most distinguished Jewish (am named i !hiel of staff of the Italian Army by the Cabinet Gen. Liuzzi haa long record of active service in the resistance battle against the Naziand Fascists in Italy and in World War I when he was cited many times for bravery. Congress May Ask Investigation of Persecutions YORK Rep I : mittee \ which this hearing Ni % %  •iniicountrfc nmmittee | would mend to that the Statol \niri;,--:!or to the I'nitcd Nations he requested to move fat IN investigation of per-ecutionDemandfor uch an investigation were made by representatives ol leading Jewish organizationwho testified before the committee during the week Israel Military Attache Honored in Washington WASHINGTON (XI \ Col Chaim Herzog. I-rael military, air and naval attache, habeen bom r ed here b] top militarj auth and diplomatic official.ol the Unit ed States and other nations on the eve of his departure ell affairhaw been \> nder ed in %  Herzog honoi I Ihi IS Ann) Stal thi Vii the Naval Staff and a num. ber nf foreign embassies iropean ai d Asia' i ations lunctioi re I him D .Willian !. %  ty di I Admit '• m • %  r I j Nationtruce '. in Israel Housing Survey Reveals 'No Problem' for Jews I! MITFORD. Cou II \ In i move to establish which the#e i discrimii • cut in the field of housing the Anti-Defamation League icircularizini B'nai B'rith member.in the state with a questionaire askii | •. r.i experienced djscriminahouse or know of any other Jewi h per-on who haThe general fir to date, according to Hym Haves, regional director ol ADL. I indicate that Jews gcnerall) have no problem finding haw Israel Legation Employee in Rumania Given 15 Years TEL AVrV (WNS) — David Blumenthal. 34 years old. an employee of the Israel legation in Bucharest. I Rumania, who was found guilty by a Rumanian court of "military es-' pionage" and trying to cross the I border illegally, has been sentenc-1 ed to 15 years' imprisonment, according to a Bucharest report which reached here this week. In i addition to the above charges, the \ report stated. Blumenthal was ac!cused of attempting to use the Is> rael Legation's diplomatic mail for personal matters. Police Investigate Stoner Party Pickets of White House WASHINGTON (JTAl Pickets who recently carried anti Semitic signs, in front of the While House included individuals with criminal records, police authority, discloses] this week after investigating the pickets at the request of the B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation League. A police check revealed that Edward R. Fields. 21. chief secretary of the Stoner Party w... taken into custody at Davcnpoit. Iowa, earlier this year in eonneetion with charges that he helped plaster -tore windows with proclaiming "Anti-Jew Week He was aUo said to have taken part in s!milar activity in Rock hland. Thrift. Shpp Opened [o Help R. -'aided ( hil dnn hM opened a thrift --hop at FRIDAY. 209 *• %  Mi.,, "> "nnouncenten, Z' mdn,, r '" %  Boibaru Britton currently appscrs in the Sam Hir3ch production, 'Born Yesteiday." at the Biltniore Playhouse, 151 NE 40th st. A B:oadwcy cast supports Miss Britton in the thought-provok mg comedy, which has teen attracting large audiences to the little theater. Hirsch will present Ann Cono in "Sepaiate Rooms" starting Oct. 26. 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PAGE 4 >Jmis*ncrMlari FRIDAY ^CTOBQ,, Published avary Friday lnct 1§?" by r DPMUH 1K N. E Sorth Sfeat Mimi E-tera ai aacena-claaa i"i'lp J-'jr *. '•*>. CM.c* •* M.aai... F*., imr m Act a* Marca *•,'• e -ph,c Ag.ocy. Saver, Arti Featj-e SywI'cate. VVo MJ. da Nawi Sarv.ca. Nalienal Ed.ta.-iai Meaeaatieii. AW; iCJn Aooat>on of Engliah-Je Nepapara. P*eM Aaaac.at'an. OFFICE and PLANT -HO N.EgOh Street Telephones 2-1J41 — 2-8MZ tha Jawlah la, Florida at th Paat During The Week .. .A 8 I0 H* States passed a 9—0 unanimous decision to abolish'^"' F o3a S U O"* Vfr S C P I F T U 00 0 N RATES Two Var 5 0C FRED K. SH OCHET E ditotand Publisher Volume M LEO MINDLIN News Editor 3 y October 15. 1954 Tishri 18, 5715 American public school system Ever since has run rife On the official level. >.,•.. South Carolina. Georgia and I-ouisiana have thraatZ! ( i. vSr-i hrp letifd l 0 ; Smathers Offers an Alternative Sen. George Smothers r.ington this week predicted din results il tr.e Republican Administration fulfills its recently formed program aimed at en League nations. Sen. Smothers virtually pre: action would be .. Qagranl to bloodshed bazbaril We ere. of course | ete accord with the Florida senator, end we toe'. hi* obeei tion is particular.. Mat at c time w the Administration seems so sharply determined unconditionally to send the Arab nation* the most modern products ; the v.-erf are market Sen. Smothers can hardly be accused by rrevalent anti-Zionist opinion of expressing a cro-Israel" point of view. In accordance with \v Kablii* WI*OIMMI We take th.s Opportunity o! welcoming those new spiritucl leaders who recently were called to pulpits here. The High Holy Day services were perhaps the fust occasion cilcrded them to meet all the members of their congregations and. in turn, to address themselves to the community they wiil serve on the scope of their aspirations. Greater Miami is a constantly ezpandinq area. The achievement of its Rabbis in re'.. ~:ous education and cultural dissemination therefore creates a significant impact on a vital center of ever-advancing traditional Jewish life. As well, our spirit. Let* are gratified 10 learn that the measure c! their accomplishment in this regard does no) remain in Miami. clone. The nature of out community still is such that it attracts tens of thousands of persons annually, who spend long psr.ods here cr. a part-time basis. These people, also benefit bom lh spiritual end cultural environment ottered by our synaccgues and centers and molded by their Rabbis. Thus, messaaes of hooe and faith expressed here find outlet in countless far-flung corners of the lend. We are certain that our new spiritual leaders will discover Miami to be a challenging com rr.unity for their endeavors and that their activities will prove beneficial for themselves, their congregations and our generally exper. crec. jwn attitudes toward U.S. foreign policy he emphasized American need of Arab good ;nd cooperc: Eut unlike the less realistic fashioners of and 1 schools as an alternative to permitting \, r is a weird plan to subsidize private schoobui* policies are not affected by the Supreme Court dc cl ,, fi Man opinion, of course, has been heavily in'.!'" 1 violent rejection of the decision in official circles andT^^ heart and applied double vigor to its own demonstratt (regatioil law After all. if South i Cowl. himself a former Supreme Court Justice and *J-j one <>l the Roosevelt administrations. turnmil to be **< supremacy advocate, why should men of | ( -.., .. Um an **~ to voice their private objections And if several of the sovereign ttati m ^ decision, unanimous or'otherwise, of the highest court then rarely one can hardly censure the rtotii youngster!" 1 "PHi new look. Sen. Smatners „„, Washingtom, or their vary fsspadsbli wh(j ned our government against attaining ufce the only SIMM St tseir tflapoesl to express their tm -a PI* '"id mass de ultimately no MM sociologically traumatic than the Strikes in the form of absence from i,., and picture of peace and ultimate anin-uiiiinuuui WHAI I*IK. T#*I length in the trouble spot that Administration would have been m( policy makers continue to paint. Jn calling for group of W* friendship between the U.S. and the Arab nadeliver hi., talk befor '*i these things through encouraging bloody warfare among neiahbors. Thus, our state senator i-eccrres ana-: ly ^> !" eye in the mudconvocation of Southern governors ,n Vkji, ^ ,J .ernes nooui.i ,, nS sume attend a meeting which was to be addn died v.ew Near Eastern problems aovi assume. ^ ^^ ^ K „ v< rn „ rs had Gath ,. rH „, £+!& Takinq a contrastina position to that of a abou* eluding the new desegregation law Mr W „rren cjraTJ nood number of his fellow conare'smen. he him,elf as a member of the court and. it can hardly be, has not fallen, for the enticinq but impossible molllfyini represents of the E.senhovu ,, ratW(| picture of peace and ultimate anti Communist WHAT MR. WARMN VIRTUALLY FOUND u„. ln —\ more effective for him to lecture to %  students on the meaning <>f civil libenwi fore the few persons h datthe*%  Sen Smothers uroed the cdoption of an convocation as a gesture of noblesse oblige and of reaffiraJ tions^&en. amainers mum K { h Republican government they hslped alternative pc icv based on economic help and v *~ lel l • n r^t i closer pohtical and cultural t.es. grapp)e w])h ^ J^ tomolT(JW fnm ^ JJJJ •( It is apparent thct he sees through the dugenerations, confident in their conservative democraej and Dl'Citv of the freguently and hysterically exque~t:"nable moral principles, they have learni I hatred, pressed Arab preconditions for such friend*nce NW the time has come for them to un-h.ckle their^ K K I. „ ;,. -| :_,_ to recognize the nature of the world in which they live ThisW ship -pre-condiher.s demanding gifts of jets. ^^J ^ ma> ^ m ^ hooUgarusm mamf( ;. ted ^ tanks and cannon. (tu pa t ( ,. w we eks—the painting of our Supreme Court fnmH A nation with peaceful intentions, Sen. letters, physical attacks against Negro stud, r.i... they lew Smothers realizes, has l.f.le need for these comday schoolJ that once excluded them and other video, tarta, OHIUUICS .eui .„,. iH .i c„r,r>rt sort-is another expression of juvenile discontent presentiar modities. Economic help and spui.ua support hroughou hp na(ion Such disconten( mirr r he £** prove much more valuable to a people whose youth ever>where ^k, answeri t0 se eminglv unansw-enakal concerns are freedom and human achievement M hon four ^^ ^^ (0 j^,,, two men in N ,. u York ( in a humanitarian world. reason' than self-gratification, they seek an an-wer to the ^ >ur age-^to an era that has seen two world wars, -evenl I flagrations in addition and the threat of a third upheaval i scale The gangs, the knives, the tatooed thigh pillage and all symptomatic of an effort to comprehend and then tore] violent reaction to desegratioa is only another e\umple in thb What I am trying to get at is that understanding of 'he hBtorf %  nil Bon Voyage Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman departed The trip to Israel is a gift to him from his congregation, offered in gratitude for Rabbi Lehrman's devotion to his spiritual post. All of us join in wishing him and Mrs. Lehrman a joyous tour of the Jewish State and the fulfillment of his self-expressed hope when he Tli 1' l M Orchestra The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra opens its 28th season here on Sunday evening, Oct. 31. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Once again. Dean John Bitter will be rr. cal director. First soloist of the concert series is Barbara Gibson, youthful American colorctura soprano. Over the years, the university orchestra has been instrumental in bringing to Miami the greatest names in the musical world; as well, ever the years, we have witnessed the develop ment of the orchestra to the position it holds today. It has been to our cultural advantage that we supported the university s musical endeavors in the past. We can do no less today, when the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra is achieving its ascendancy. Let us all enlist cs patrons and participate in the orchestra's coming winter season concert series. We will thus receive the cesthetic satisfaction of witnessing the performances of some of the greatest instrumentalists and voices in musical history. Wednesday for a trip to Israel, and we take ^^ .^ ftf t|M dwades o come lndved „ an) mft this opportunity of wishing them Bon Voyage. mu> no ^ inlaitjve among our voutn wlIn he infVlUbly Rabbi Lehrman's achievement in the Greater **P* "' > u c h V**"*"* !" -"UM he experiential s* ., ., T affirmative patterns of behavior Miami area is a weii known saqa. The leadership he has offered to his congregation, to THE HIGHEST ECHELONS Of= OUR GOVERNMENT thousands of youthful religious students and this problem in their own terms Adult reaction to our world ha to the general community's welfare was excel-1 ""^ ^1 ,io ^ %  ? %  •• As a nation, we are -till We*lentlv characterised last winter when Temple K^rf? *,'"' r fun ^ m t! ,t '">;, lon J a,peope ,V, ,. r tuve allied ourselves psvchically with the dominant eoknua Emanu-El and the area at large joined in hon( „ r h ,„ „„, are Wes(ern and ^le. Bv wbrtitutioa we M onng him on the occasion of his tenth anniIhcir humiliation and crisis because colonialism ii ewryeswi verscry in the Temples pulpit. waM with the added recollection of our own slaw society we are by hindsight abolitionist or not—we subconsciously aj depending upon our politics, denigrate the itatus of the colonf who will no longer submit either to outright < r.-Ijvement if special brand of colonial enlightenment we huv< until recently. him In the face of increasing degrees of self on the way toward security and far beyond consciousness suffered on learning that the earth is not the" the point of progress ne ooservec during his ,ne universe and the resulting attenuation of itself-made last trip there seven years ago. n uns,able or,d ,s k,n to ,he b,ow ,he ^ esl Whi \S,1 %  UStsifl in this new shock of recognition For it is indisjwtaq powerful civilizations, which will ultimately make of us a i re now preparing I achieve I that our need to extend tb I placed on politico military term our government must griPP*' regard, presenting it t" ,h war between East and u f* IT REMAINS ESPECIALLY FOB THE youth ol our naUM* this new vocabulary' of social terminology. It can not be %  the comic book or on the television screen. Nor can it bei the traditional hatred and aelf-centered prejudice of P*|* !" — hildren from school now attended by Negro" It i !" the classroom, where students of ail r taught Recent advocates of "gradual integration have hit up* argument—that desegregation is as vitally a psychic iue prejudice and that it must be dealt with siowl> for prop ration This, it seems to me. is valid only where the P* J not a mask to disguise efforts aimed at sabot ogm what £„, 1-w Just as we seek to outroot Communist influence wnerw' be found because it represents a danger to the democrat i too, must we outroot. and with as firm a hand enemies tion and elements preaching race supremacy lor they as surely undermine the safety of l ^ the newly evolving world Gestalt as does the ommunw^other things, silently gloats over American disunity must finally be said that punishing recalcitrant ^j ,n r^ | from them possible class privileges and honor%  si !" ^ tial problem—the punishment of parents and teachers" versive type for conspiring to undermine Federal 1J *", mg the minds of youngsters who, in the not l J ..btot deal amicably with men of all skin colors around the < ; ttoosl discussion. %  A Ufa i"t tltfUIl jfjjT. their chili X,p enced in .nves • Sukkoth a Celebration of Thanksgiving



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 28 Number 41 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENT3 lies Proposal For Israel Seen Unsatisfactory is Ride Roughshod in National Campaigns i. Ives Says Harriman Attempts Anti-Semitic Smear Electioneering IYOHK (JTA>— Appeals to sh prejudice and bias |figured in election camEvelopmenta at opposite the continent ami were btched with concern, the felt graphic Agency reportweek. tgim. Richard L. Nfubgrpcratic candidate for the States Senate, was being In a smear campaign his Jewish origin and rend charging that he had avoid military service in (far II although he was an Beer. Kvr'< Republican oppoGuy Gordon* has disabe personal attacks on his but the Democratic can [camp says these attacks continuing and observers ptcd as predicting the camI 11 get progressively York State. Senator Irv|\(-. Kepublican candidate lovernship, accused his |tic opponent. Averell Harattempting to make him Inti Semitic. Mr. Harriman feared a statement by Sen. p a statement made by Her Dulles in 1945. when fcs ran against Herbert H. ir the senatorship. Hi • -tatement, which the |rk Times said had been an attempt to describe of the American Labor Jhuh was supporting Sen. i declared "If you could see of people in New York Iking up this bloc that is for my opponent, if you them with your own eyes, Ijou would be out. every and woman of you, on Day." bn of this quotation by the fts, Mr. Ives said, was an make it appear that he p-Semitic. "Of course," he my whole record completeIbsolutely belies nothing of ps also denied that his parsplayed "bigotry" by omitfn advertisements in Syra% spapers the name and picture of Rep. Jacob Javits. Republiever, in an editorial that "it is abcan candidate for Attorney-General, and termed the charges "base and malicious." Frank De. Vecchi, Republican candidate for Controller and a resilent of Syracuse, said the photo of ilr. Javits had been omitted "simply because the picture of Mr. Javts did not arrive in time." The New York Post, however, luoted the Syracuse Herald-Joursurd to ascribe these weird developments to religious prejudice." In New Jersey, crackpot and extreme rightist organizations, spearheaded by Conde McGinley's "Common Sense" outfit, opened fire on Clifford P. Case. Republican senatorial candidate, who is under bitter attack from rightwing elements Oi his own party. Thousands of copies of "Common Sense." distrib. i uted from Union, accuse Case, like .al as declaring it had plenty of Presidcnt Eisenhower of ^g a new and old Javits photos." The tool of the Jews and pro-CommuNew York Post concluded, how-' nist. Stnutor George Smothers Egypt Remains Cool to New Offers Of Peace in Near East; Azmi in Attack UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -, Israel called on the United Nations this week to act to bring Israel and the Arab States Face-to-face for peace talks and proposed an interim arrangement of non-aggression treaties pending final peace agree ments in the Middle East. The first Arab response, made, like the Israeli bid, in the general debate of the United Nations Gen eral Assembly, was a rejection of the proposal by Egypt. The spokes man, Dr. Azami, ridiculed the Jew ish State's peaceful professions. The Israeli proposals were made by Ambassador Abba S. Khan, head of the Israeli delegation, in a speech in which he also outlined bo, Manila and London as examples Israel's position on a number of! of the value of face-to-face talks. world issues facing the General Assembly in its ninth session. Mr. Eban did not comment on a suggestion, made some hours earli3T by Mohammed Ali, Prime Minister of Pakistan, that a country "friendly" to both Israel and the Arab States should offer to serve as a mediator between them. Mr. Eban built a powerful demand for peace based upon the use of the UN apparatus. By contrast with the speeches delivered earlier in the General Assembly by the heads of the Iraqi and Syrian delegations, who had indulged in vitriolic/attacks, the Israel representative refrained from name-calling or bitter accusations, calling instead for renewed effort to bring peace and security for all out of the present Middle East contentions. "The only successes in international relations in the past decade," he stated, "have arisen from processes of direct negotiation." He pointed to the international agreements on Korea and Indochina, to the conferences at ColomAgainst a background of international successes through direct negotiation, he said, "the refusal of Arab governments to bring their relations with Israel under any process of negotiation, review or settlement stands out in unique isolation." Pointedly Mr. Eban announced that he would not engage in recriminations, or attempt to answer the Arab spokesmen who had talked about "shining Arab virtue and indelible Israeli guilt.'' The present situation in the Middle East, he -said, is due primarily to the fact that the Arabs had overthrown United Nations resolutions, had violated repeated UN cease-fire orders, and had refused to make peace. "There is therefore not the slightest moral or juridical force," he said, "in view that Israel is under obligation to renounce its rights under existing agreements, in an attempt to restore the arrangements which Arab violence overthrew seven years ago." MAC Boycott Ends; Brewster New Chairman WASHINGTON (JTA) — Israel Ambassador Abba Eban met with Secretary' of State John Foster Dulles last week to discuss Israel's security problems. It was learned that Secretary Dulles outlined certain tentative proposals and that Mr. Eban gave his government's initial reactions. It is understood that resumption of the discussions await the receipt of the Israel Government's views. According to informed quarters. Mr. Eban intimated that the formulations proposed by Mr. Dulles would not in any way meet Israel's concern over the results of strengthening the Arab states and offering them one-sided military airangements. Herbert Hoover Jr.. Undersecretary of State, and Reuven Shiloah, Israel Minister Plenipotentiary, also participated in the meeting. Meanwhile. Senator George A. Smathers. of Florida, in a statement to the press, criticized the plans of the U.S. Government "to make new grants of arms to the Arab states." He said it was like "lighting a match for the fuse to the Middle East power keg." The Democratic Senator pointed out that "supplying planes, tanks, guns and ammunition seems to be inviting disaster in the Middle East where so many have worked so long and with such great patience for peace and permanent understandings." Israel will end its seven-month boycott of the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission when it returns to that body October 15, the day on which the new chairman of the MAC, American Lt. Col. Charles F. Brewster. takes-over his duties, it was meanwhile revealed in Jerusalem. Israel last weekend approved the appointment of Col. Brewster a> a successor to Commander Elmo R. Hutchinson. Cmrl Wemklt 'ration Opens Pledge Cleanup live; Community Support Urged [Weinkle, prominent civic gioui leader and honorary M of the Greater Miami Federation, will lead an in[Pledge collections drive jn the Combined Jewish Ap|has been announced by Myers, Federation pr*si• mcentrated push for cy funds was begun early th under the direction of i chairman Sara A, GoldBisted by three vice chairmen, Leon J. Ell. Joseph Mech low and Carl Susskind. October has been designated "Redeem Your Pledge" month by Wrinkle who points out that the community has "unfinished human itarian business" to complete so ( %  that local institutions may continue to serve men, women and children in this area. | Pledges must be met to insure the flow of cash to the United 'Jewish Appeal currently conduci .ing.a naUonal cash drive for $60, Cnfinud en Pa#e 7 Pr omulgation Comes After Fourteen Months First Indemnity Law Enacted BONN (JTA)—The first of several implementation regulations indispensable to the carrying out of the Federal Indemnification Law for the compensation of individual claimants has been promulgated here, 14 months after the law was adopted by the German Parliament and a full year after it went info force. Beginning Nov. 1, widows, until their remarriage, children while attending school and a few other minor.categories of eligibles will be able to draw monthly pensions, provided that the death of the family breadwinner was indisputably and directly due to Nazi persecution. Payments will be reduced or stopped if the applicant any time earns more than the equivalent of $35 a month. Minimum rates have been established at $48 for the widow, half this amount for a full orphan and less for half-orphans Eligible dependents will receive two-thirds of what the German state would grant a civil servant, equivalent in status to the murdered breadwinner, if the former had succumbed to a fatal accident in line of duty. In other words, calculation of the pension is predicated on the hypothetical assumption that the deceased Nazi victim held a German civil service position in a grade comparable to his actual social and economic standing. Seven years after enactment of the indemnification laws for the United States Zone and 14 months after the adoption of the Federal Indemnification Law, not one of the additional implementation regulations desperately needed for putting it into practice has even been introduced in Parliament or made available to the experts of the Jewish and Nazi victims' organizations. In the latest of a series of promises, however, the specialist for indemnification matters in the Bonn Ministry of Finance, Dr. H. Kuschnitzky, gave assurances that the implementation regulations to Articles 14 and 37 of the Law (impairment of health, physical injuries, professional or economic damage) would be "in full force by the beginning of the winter." Meanwhile, it was reported in New .York that more than 100,000 victims of Nazism now living in 16 countries around the globe, have benefited this year from sums in excess of $9,000,000 distributed by. the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. This was disclosed in the first annual report presented to the Conference by its board of directors, according to an announcement here.



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OCTOBER 15. 1954 Named Beach Drive Head l.j ,\ Wien, Miami Bqach EJer will be chairman .of Miami Beach Community Impaign. [ man.iKing director of the Lr;n Motel and long time hospital and cancer work +Jeist ncrkfan PAGE 13 > Beth Emeth Services Held With Assistance of Friends Officers of the new Beth Kmeth Congregation, serving the extreme north area of Miami, this week expressed their gratitude to the institutions and individuals whose aid permitted them to conduct the congregation's first High Holy Day services Beth Emeth received prayer hooks from Adath Israel. Louis Feinberg Synagogue in Cincinnati, O. Rabbi Abraham Herson. of Tifereth Israel Northside Center, lent the congregation a Shofar, and the Scroll of Law used during the services was through the. courtesy of Miami Hebriew School and Congregation, Rabbi Simon April, spirit ual leader. Ark and pulpit at Beth Bmeth were designed and constructed by Tom DiSpaldi, with Dr. William i Foley offering quarters to guest Rabbi and Mrs, Freedman, of Ft. Pierce. HVKOi !" '" 0 70 V[ OXFORD SCHOOL MIAMI BEACH KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP Member of American Schools and Colfeoei Association Leonard Wien j c.i was named this week .urn Beach post by I-ester pill, Chest Campaign chairgoal this year." Wien said ting the appointment. \ every man. woman and Miami Beach an opportucontribute to the thouI human services performed bj the 22 local agencies blest year, resident* of Miami nntributed S151.000 to the I this amount. $113,000 >< through Division A, rep. the business interests of • ach is been a resident of Mill for 19 years. He is presiIhe Cancer Institute, has me in the United Jewish .treasurer of Mount Sinai i and has been in charge of |rit;il' Jubilee for the past UN Day Set Here Sunday, October 24 Mayor Abe Aronovitz has designated Rev. Caxton Doggett as UN Day chairman for the City of Miami, when the Greater Miami area marks United Nations Day on Sun day. Oct. 24. Among scheduled speakers at a program scheduled for 2:30 p.m. in Bayfront Park Auditorium will be Dante Fascell, US Representative-elect. Col. Frank Dunbaugh, AAUN State chairman, said this week that UN Day will offer "a special opportunity to highlrght the spiritual and moral basis of the United Nations and to emphasize the need for faith and prayer. "The UN," he explained, "is a symbol of the universal religious desire of all peoples for peace, but it is engaged in a constant struggle with evil and needs the faith and prayers of good men everywhere. The program." he said, "should stress to the individual that the United Nations depends on each one of us." Or. Saul Geronemus Dr. Geronemus Named President of Broward County Dental Society Broward County Dental Society met Saturday evening, Oct. 1, to install Dr. Saul A. Geronemus as | president. The dinner-installation was held at the Lago Mar in honor of new officers and their wives. Some 40 couples attended the affair. Dr. Geronemus has been practicing dentistry in Fort Lauderdale since 1946. Formerly of Brooklyn, N.Y., he was graduated from Syracuse University in 1936 and from the New York College of Dentistry in 1940. Dr. Geronemus served as a high-. ranking officer in the United States \ Army Air Force during World War II. He was a member of the dental | faculty at New York University before entering private practice. Dr. Geronemus lives with his wife and two children in Fort LaiJderdale. He is a member of the board of directors of Temple Emanu-El there. iSchermer to Edit st Hotel Index |i lubee Schermer has llected to assume the posi|editor of the Tourist Hotel I inducted by the Bureau of Economic Research ity oi Miami. I Schi:mer is a recent cum graduate of the university Hinged to Alpha Lambda pelt:, Theta Mu and Alpha hi She is also active in Children's Hospital, Miami I le of Women Voters, nai Auxiliary and Hadas|I' tourist Index is conto improve research in Beth David Students To Mark Sukkoth Annual Beth David Religious School Sukkah Party will be held on Sunday morning, Oct. 17, at 10 a.m. Final plans and arrangements have been completed by the Beth David PTA Co-Chairmen, Mrs. Ajfele Levine and Mrs Jack Geyer and their Committee, will provide refreshments for the 500 students who will participate in the festive celebration. The program, under .the direction of Jerome B. Gordon, educational director, will feature the Story of Sukkoth and will include holiday songs led by Cantor Maurice Mamches. Mrs. Rose Schreidell is president of the PTA. 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OCTOBER 15, 1954 brina-lA'iigth Lace Tulle Over Satin ions (iown of Myrna Wasserman jMvma Phyllis Wasserman • ('„. bride of.Alvin Joseph „„ Sunday at the Blscayn* Hotel Rabbt Joseph Narot fade Is the daughter of Mr. Sidney Wasserman, 2210 .1 and was given in marher father. lining old and something ., were a ruby and diamond ti ring, gift of tne bridemother, and a white Bible |, l( to her sister, the maid _$wed Mrs. Lehman wore a C. length gown of lace and t, r ice blue satin, with fitfcice, off-the-shoulder neckr ,,,rt sleeves and full skirt | (l | with sequin embroidered hques A half-crown of I a embroidered lace held gertip veil of ice blue illu, carried a white orchid Ehanotis on the white Bible. L.ra Wasserman, sister of the Und Mrs. Henry Michaels, f the bridegroom, honor atwore cottilion blue balf-ijjln gowns of crystalette itching hats and face veils, c. ,.,u., n i p \\[ t .U kmaids Ruth Dixon and ;>1< -I )l, ln lr < illCH £&l£h££&!L PAGE 9 Births W i Mrs. Ahim 1. Ithman Recent births in the Greater Mi-' ami area include the following: David Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Biegclsen, 1901 Johnson st., Hollywood. Roberta Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenner, 316 SW lth ave. Kim Robin, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. Jack Lazai. 801 Alton rd. Linda Ilene, a .lighter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton La.hman, MJ70 Bay dr. Michael Ste'en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bek. 2142 Coral Way. Randy Ellis son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hillnun. 9456 Abbott ave. Linda Beth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snyderman, 4601 North Bay rd. Lawrence David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Levin, 1611 Coral Gate dr. IVi exler. cousin of the bridet-ere identically gowned in • blue. Karen Schwartz, cou[; ic bride, was flower girl. ]pe a crystalette frock. • hman. 119 NW 29th st.. is c I Mr> Rae Lehman, Montr Ala., and the late Samuel Hi chose his brother, Jul; best man. ucre Phillip Paul. StanM and Michael Wasserman, df the bride. Dennis Leh. phew of the bridegroom, t bearer. a reception at the hotel, le left for a honeymoon in Bar Mitzvah Here Stephan Ira Rich became Bar Mitzvah during Sukkoth services at Beth David Synagogue on Wednesday morning. The Bar Mitzvah is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Rich, 2160 SW 15th st., Miami. A ninth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School, he also attends the religious school at Beth David Synagogue. A reception in Stephan's honor followed the Sukkoth services. > i.ld Shapo Bar vah Saturday d Mrs. Mitchell Shapo. of 17th ave.. Miami, anthe Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ronald Allan, on Saturday morning. Oct. 16. at Beth David Synagogue. .Ronald is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is a member of he band. K i d dush will iopo follow the service. Guests will \Ir> Kannie Schsrmbelem, lelpbia, the Bar Mitzvah's I grandmother. d'a paternal grandfather, lulian Shapo, now deceased, irmerly spiritual leader of avid. to Wedding Ann Ruth Levin, daughter and Mrs. Harry Levin, 150 Shore dr., Miami Beach, flew Mia, P.I. to be married to Greenfield, Jr. The rites (lie place at Clark Air Force %  here the groom-elect is staat 12:30 p.m., Manila time, Jay. Oct. 17. ian Wishes Position personality, versatile enterjwishts psiition at either facial or hottest or both In moderate References. Reasanaale Salary. ttnborg, 56 W. 75th St./ Now N.T. I. L. Mintzer. of the Bruce Construction Corporation, 118 NE 2nd ave., Miami, accompanied by Mrs. Mintzer, is shown boarding El Al Israel Airlines Constellation for a direct flight from New York to Tel Ariv. Mr. and Mrs. Mintzer plan to spend one month vacationing in the Holy Land. ^^___ lorritt Island lth, happiness, security. A with tithing, hunting ana nthing, halfway between Jockond Miami an lost Coast, rroa J. S. flAIN, 110 Olympio ami. Fie. Broken Cooperate. far All Occ as iens M COtOt or BUCK A WHIT! PHOTOGRAPHY >H BARGTEIL SAM HIRSCN pretenfs IN PERSON [Barbara Britton IsTAR OF MR. AND MRS. NORTH TV SERIES in the %  raoo'way eomtaV hit "Born Yesterday" with a Broadway Cosf NOW PLAYING Nightly (oxcoat Maa.) 1:30 MATINEES SAT. end SUN. Ma Office Open 10-10 FOR RESERVATIONS PNONE 7-1842 or 89-9755 Cynthia Hope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Luby, 317 Fluvia ave. Paulette. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kisher, 7817 Tatum Waterway. James Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Benjamin, 221 Zamora ave. Mindy Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinstein, 370 SW 11th st. Marc Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Weinstein, 2245 SW 14th ave. Jeffrey Ira, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Weiss. 1722 SW 18th st. David Jacob, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schiffman, 8825 NW 34th ave. Howard Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Richter, 710 77th st. Lynne Erica, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gardner, 1250 NE 91st ter. Marsha Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Siegmund Stern, 50 NW 122nd st. Martin Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hurewitz, 766 NW 19th st. Nancy Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pritikin, 7521 Bounty ave. Peter Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyers. 3330 SW 1st ave. Jill Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. 9157 Emerson ave. Bonnie Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klein. 1001 SW 2nd ave. Elizabeth Ann. daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Herschel Green, 6816 Altamira st. Paulette Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kcssler, 5800 SW 2nd ter. Sheryl Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cohen. 3045 SW 5th st. Ellen Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Breslow. 800 81st st. Richard Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Levy. 725 83rd st. IOWA Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edlin, 1330 NW 116th st. Bonnie Marcia. daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Schulman, 832 Hialeah dr. Mitchell Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zelkin, 1516 SW 22nd ave. Laurel Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Haskin. l'..irgtel! Alan Martin Figur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Figur, 510 NW 39th ave., Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah on Sunday morning, Oct. 17, at Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center. Rev. Leo Heim will officiate. A reception at home in the Bar Mitzvah's honor will follow the ceremony. Arrtmore Shepard King. s=on of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore King, 1852 Bay rd., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, October 16, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Kronish will officiate. 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)A y OCTOBER 15, 19S4 *Jewis*n*rkn !" PAGE 11 9* y& [ mue l Gertner. executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital, aounces that the Florida State University School of Nursing j Mount Sinai Hospital have affiliated for training students the Florida State University Nursing School in dietetics. ,iangements for the affiliation were made by Miss Mildred Vogel, director of Nursing and the School of Practical Nursq at Mount Sinai Hospital; Dean Vivian M. Duxbury, of the orida State University School of Nursing; and Miss Karleen ies, the Florida State University coordinator. Dietetic trainof the students while assigned to Mount Sinai will be Ipervised by Mrs. Matilda Brenner, chief dietetian of the hspital. ._ splaying an afghan made by members of their club for Brious national and international humanitarian programs, iniing aid to Israel, are (left to right) Cuna Cohen, president Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women; Lorraine Kaherg, international first vice president of B'nai B'rith Young iults; Phyllis Gelbard, international Three Pillar chairman; nd Elayne Berzok, Three Pillar chairman of Sharet Chapter. Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings and :n Association, Miami Beach, admires one of the winning %  hotos in Washington Federal's amateur photo contest as pdges Rudi Rada, internationally known photographer, and Valiei Waqner, well-known illustrator, look on. Arnold Newn. the third Judge, is nationally famous for his photographic £ %  < %  blicist Helen Alpert, Miami ach resident, was awarded first-time public relations ation by the Harvey W. ds Post of the American gion in ceremonies last k at the Post hall on Bisyne blvd. and 66th st. The mmendation honored her wk for Citizenship Hay, nan-wide event sponsored re by the Harvey Seeds This year's Citizenship Y on Sept. 16 enrolled ge-scale support from an Jted 350 Dade County anizations. Miss Alpert idling coordination and *ss, radio, program and 'evision coverage. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman (right) left Wed nesday night for a trip to Israel. Shown right is Samuel Friedland, president of Temple EmanuEl. wishing the spiritual leader and his wire bon voyage at a dinner attended by some 500 persons. Rabbi Lehrman was presented with the trip by the congregation last winter on the occasion of his tenth year in Temple EmanuEl's pulpit. H n M Rehearsing for the Yom Kippur service last we Religious School of Temple Emanu-El. The ch conducted its own seryice in the main synag left are Mimi Miller. Phyllis Mechlowitz, Mur Alan Medof, Arlene Greer, Jack Diskin, Stanl kin. Second row from left are Adrienne Miller Newman, Eric Kaufman, Russel Herman, Danom left are Fred Lane, Michael'Tessler. Harvey Gary Lieberman, Victor Cameros and Martin G ek was the Junior Congregation Choir of the oir was heard when the Junior Congregation ogue of the Temple at 3:30 p.m. Front row from ray Rosenberg. Wendy Postol, Sandra Katz, ey Ringler. Kenneth Cayre and Stephen Chai, Felice Sussman, Rosalind Lehrman, Harriet iel Appelrouth and Efram Lieber. Third row fr Shapiro, Sherry Kout, Gail Rosen, Risa Rifkin, allant. Choir of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation includes (front row. left to right) Larry Coulton Larrv Gold Cantor Berele Kelemer. Rabbi Simon April, Ira Imberman and M. Steinberg. Second row are Irvmg Kelemer. J. Rutansky. M. Hecht. Dave Kleber and Norman Classman. Third row are B. Welkind. Dr. H. Brautman. Dr. I. Rosch. B. Sokoloff and M. Drewich. Hot shown are Ben Bass and Douglas jch warte. Shown above (left) is Frank A. Gordon, Commander of the Jewish War Veterans Post 330, Miami Beach, as he joined Rabbi Louis A. Cassel in Memorial Service on Yom Kippur Day honoring American men and women of all creeds who made the supreme sacrifice during World Wars I and II. Actively participating in the services were (right) Harry H. Cohen. Senior Vice Commander of the Post, and Major Nut Pollack, Headmaster of Oxford School. Special service took place at Torah Temple, Miami Beach.



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-TOBER IS. 1954 k~Uf rk,Hl-*r PAGE 7 lion Opens Community-Wide Drive; Weinkle Urges Support Led from Pago 1 ll: effort to continue to refugees and dis^, ns jn Israel. Lets this broad pro|ef and rehabilitation [three constituent agen. Israel Appeal, Joint Committee and Unitl„ r New Americans. L ( „f Israel have made I, this year, greater than *r lime in their hisL. said. He further deIthe .-eltiers of Israel >d a six year inflow of _|ees and have consoli(renuthened their eco n "We must let nothfeni from the successbn of this magnificent r d [.hit by the sluggish reCJA pledges in this six local beneficiary Ben look to Greater Mi\r. for support. These III Sinai Hospital, Jewhr the Aged. Bureau of Ication, Jewish Social eau. Greater Miami nunity (enter and Naof Jewish Women. fcfieant programs in the |e defense will be cin| we, the CJA contribugood our pledges,"' licated. "The work of (bmntry and anti-Semitengthehing the forces y and goodwill must and. unless civic delies, -tich as the Joint receive their allooon as possible, their mk will lag at a time programs are so ur|i in our community." Pefen.se Appeal is the arm of the Anti-Dejeague of B'nai B'rith lencan Jewish Commitfcdvised that some 24 kill.!I religious and edu|pn.eiithroughout the |tare also dependent Mion's cash allocations. kii Mich institutions as Jnien. Haclassah, Nation'elfare Board, Yeshiva Hebrew Theological B'nai B'rith National In Appeal and the Leo rial Hospital. %  em Your Pledge' is to HUM a mere name for month, if good nsolu be hacked by action, Intrihutors must resolve '.'romises to work and %  nplete 'the unfinished i'li,rh only dollars can jold-tei n, add ressing a [CONDITIONING fAURANT EQUIPMENT I TYPES ROOFING IDE SHEET METAL /ORKS, INC. ig Sheet Metal | Phone 9-3060 MV. FIRST STIEET IMI 35, FLORIDA committee meeting recently. "More than 9.000 persons pledged generously in the recent Combined Jewish Appeal drive—pledged to support 54 institutions which serve people in need on every front. We can understand what we have done best in terms of human life, human salvage and local com munal progress." Myers pointed out that Goldstein's committee has been working industriously through the summer. Of last year's approximately $1,150.000 raised, many thousands of dollars still remain outstanding, he explained. Luncheons Due B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will invite new members to a luncheon at the home of Mrs Jack Toback, 5811 Maggiore. Coral Gables, on Friday noon, Oct. 22. Co-hostesses will be the Mesdames S. Kurland. Charles Toback. J. Barnes, B. Geiserman and M. Varet. Mrs. Sidney Siegel is in charge of reservations. Mrs. Frank Smulson, vice president, this week announced that Mrs. David Fried will be in charge of a luncheon to be held on Tuesday noon. Oct. 26, at the Coral Gables Women's Club. Author to Speak Nathaniel Norsen Weinreb. author of the newly published novel. "The Sorceress," will address the Miami Beach Recreation'Department discussion group at 2100 Washington ave. on Friday at 8:30 p.m. Subject of his talk is "So You Want to Write a book." Hadassah Drive At Half-Way Mark The Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah is.at halfway mark in itsannual drive for new members. On Monday, eight groups met throughout the area, dedicating their programs to all new and prospective members. The woman who recruits the greatest number of new members received an award and will be a guest of honor at a combined luncheon meeting of the boards of all twelve groups which will be held on Oct. 21st. Deborah Group: Membership Tea, Algiers Hotel at 1 p.m. Program director Mrs. Harold Wynn presented "Come be the Growers." Heril Group: Dessert Luncheon, Sorrento Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Highlights of the Convention were given by Mrs. Sydney Ross, president. Israeli Group: Membership-Sukkoth Party, Bel Aaire Hotel at 1 p.m. Musical program and talk by Mrs. J. Davis. Refreshments. Monorahj Membership Tea, Coral Gaftfe* Woman's Club, at 1:15 p.m. Film. "It Could Happen to You." Senesch: Installation Membership Brunch, Seagull Hotel at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. regional president, was installing officer. Shalom*: Hibiscus Temple at 1 p.m. Refreshments and skit, "Winnie Wins the Walkathon," presented by the Naomi Group. Siold: Empress Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Musical program by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern and a dedication ceremony for new members conducted by Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKER* A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 17 N. E. Sn Straet Phone 0.0401 *L MEIOENBERO. Ownir See or Phone Me NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 4-9981 lift INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan life Insurance Co. 907 Biicayne Blda., 19 W. Flaqler GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS i 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. 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rv-TOBER 15, 1954 *Je*Mfk>rkto*n PAGE 3 J| of Pioneer Ution of New L>s Meyer, delegate from fer Miami Council of PionL n s organizations to the leadership seminar of tomen, will be principal an open Council meetkursday evening. 8 pjn., .,, the Miami Hebrew Ll Congregation. Lunar was held Sept. 10 Itanfordville. N.Y., at the Lt Hotel, where owners K|rs Rubin Berg were 1*30 selected participants L rt s of the United States Ha Mrs. Berg, one of the unders of the Pioneer movement, contributed j, P original $500 quota in 1920s to help dig the well ceded in an early settlePalestine. ppeal for the well was the gave birth to the i'omen of America," Mrs. ^plained here, '^^f/ lover 280.000 Israeli womMoetzet Hapoaloth, the oizaUon of the American .'omen whose memberie I'nited States, Canada 10 is 40.000. open Council meeting, Pushkin, president has he program. Mrs. Harold id Mrs Leo Goldman will original skit, and masiirs will be given by club I southern-midwest regionfence to be held in Atlanct. 25 to 26, Mrs. Pushkin e-t-nt the Greater Miami Jrs. Sonia Robbins, the trson Club; Mrs. Louis |n and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Fred Sandier and Mrs. Helmut, the Kadimah M the preceding Regional %  in 1952. the Greater Micil signed and accepted a participation in buildptories, dining hall, laborfaculty hall of "Kanot," Kino youth village and k-al School planned for It the gateway to the NeJael. |" is now completed, and in \t\ of Miami's participaennstruction, the Miami lo the Atlanta Regional will receive an engravWomen Reveals Group in Miami ed plaque which ultimately will be sent to Israel for display in the main building there. Mrs. Sonia Plotkin has organized a new-chapter of Pioneer Women in the greater Miami area. This grout) will meet regularly and is open to women in and around the Coral Gables and southwest Miami areas. Mrs. Plotkin founded the Pioneer Women's Club in Indianapolis, Indiana, before making Miami her home. Pilot members ot me new club, Mrs. Ethel Bereskin, Mrs. Max Cohen, Mrs. M. S. Green, Mrs. Leonard Greenfield, Mrs. Anna Heidrich, Mrs. Bess Pearlman and Mrs. Gertrude Zollinger, will apply to the Greater Miami Council for a charter in November. Club I met for its regular monthly meeting on Thursday evening at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Golda Myerson Club, together with Ben-Gurion Farband Branch and the Poale Zion organization, sponsored a Sukkoth celebration on Thursday evening at Beth El auditorium. Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai fn Hollywood, was guest speaker. Joseph Pardo. Miami attorney, sang Jewish melodies accompanied by Mrs. A. A. Pekelner. Members of Golda Myerson Club will meet for their regular monthly meeting on Oct. 28, Tuesday evening. 8 p.m.. at the Beth El auditorium. An Israeli movie will be shown. Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida Regional office of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, spoke on the Tercentnary celebration at the Kadimah Chapter's meeting Thursday evening at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Mrs. Jacob Raffel, program chairman, also arranged for the showing of the movie, "Sons of Liberty." Mrs. Sonia Plotkin and her daughter, Mrs. M. S. Green, served as hostesses in honor of their newly born granddaughter and daughter, Benita Joy Green. New Members to be Feted at Beth Sholom Special membership "Welcome Service" will be conducted in honor of the more than 150 new families who have joined Temple Beth Sholom since the beginning of its new fiscal year this past June, according to an announcement by Ralph Spero, president of the congregation. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will conduct an especially prepared service, dedicated to the new families, and the congregation will be hosts to the members at an Oneg Shabbat. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, membership chairman, has appointed Mrs. Barry Cameron to be chairman of the Oneg Shabbat for new members. Committee includes the Mesdames Ralph Spero, Sol S. Pine, Irving B. Kaplan, Harry W. Greenberg, Saul Herman, Alexander Robbins, Leon J. Ell, Wolfie Cohen, Joseph L. Arkin, Benjamin Sabin, Maurice B. Shein, William Yanowitz, John Serbin, Ralph Cobb and Max V. Cogen. Miami Convalescent Horn* LEO ALLEN, Director 35 8.W. 12th Avenui Phone. 2-5437 and •-027I Specializing in Car* to the Elderly an* Chronically III. 24-Hour Nursing Sorv let. Special Diet* Strictly Oburvid Prlvat* and Sami'-Privat* Room*. Principal Honored Louis Lasavin, principal, will be honored by members of the Workmen's Circle Peretz School, 1543 SW 3rd st., on Sunday evening, Oct. 17. at 8 p.m. 'After School Program' Gets Under Way on Miami Beach Special "after school program" of the Beach Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, conducted five days a week throughout the school year, is now under way, it was announced by Miriam Scheinberg. youth activities supervisor. Additional registrations are still being accepted. The program was designed primarily to meet the needs of working mothers but is also available to any other parents who are interested. It is open to children in the first and second grades and provides supervised activities from Monday through Friday of each week from'2 to 5 p.m. Children are picked up by the Center bus at a number of different schools on the Beach and are transported at 5 p.m. to their homes. LEGAL NOTICE THI LEADING NON-FATTENING SWEETEN!* SUCARINEi Perfect tor di.ting! GUARANTEED NON-FATTENINGI Concinlr.l.d! On* 4-OI. bottle tweeteni more then 700 cupt of coffee or tee FOR KITCHEN AND TAILI USE I SuQflnne AT ALL rOOD aTOBM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBBEBY GIVEN that the 1III>-| siKlit-il. il.sll IIIIT to ..HKilK-' in buaiaeaa umiw the fictitious nama of RUSTIC STAND, at 132 K. Flajcler. intends to remitter HIIIII nama with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of liude County, Florida. MARTIN JAFFK, OWDM KKSSI.KIt At CARS Attorneys for Applicant ITs; \V. Hauler St. 10/15-22-29 — 11/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlnir to cnpcitic I" business under the fictitious name of SI'I'IIKMK SERVICK roMIANY (not Inc.). at 2X6 N.W. 2th Street. Intend* to reitlster KaId nume with the Clerk of the Circuit* Court of Dude County, Florida. WAI.TKR WHEKIJ^R MAX P. ENQEL Attorney for Walter Wheeler 10/1-8-15-22 compart 1 tfiai *! Philip Berkowitz President of Beth El Congregation 500 S.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA Butterf lake Bakery Succeeds Pechter's; Specialize in Wide Array of Baked Products Louis Fishman, Morris Yudin and Max Fishman, of Pechter's Bakery, have joined Max Kay and Samuel Hirsch, formerly of New York, in organizing the firm, New York Bakeries, Inc. The new firm succeeds Pechter's and will engage in retail trade under the name, Butterflake Bakery, at 1349 Washington ave., Miami Beach. The bakery will service hotels and restaurants in the Greater Miami area, as well as a route from Homestead to West Palm Beach. Butterflake Bakery specializes in sponge cake, butter babkas, cookies, nut salami, taglach. egg challah, honey cake and other fine products in the bread and cake field. The bakery is also equipped to fill the baking needs of weddings. Bar Mitzvahs and other special occasions. Remodeling of the Washington ave store is currently taking place, but business continues as usual, according to the owners. "Our products," they indicated in an announcement this week, "will continue to prove our motto Butter Makes It Better'." IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 28954.A RK: ESTATE OF NATHAN HORN. O.ecased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE In hereby given that I have filed the final report and petition for Klnal DlschiiiKe as Kxei-utor of the estate of NATHAN HORN, deceased; and that on the lr.th day of November, 1S54, I will apply to the Honorable W. FRANK 111,ANTON. County Judge of Dude County, Florida, for approval of *ald final report and for final discharge of MORRIS HORN and CLARA HORN, as Kxecutors of the Estate of NATHAN HORN, dri-eased. Thia 6th day of October, 1.".4 MoRRIS HORN KOVNER MANNHKl.MER Attorneys for Bxacutora Hi/15-22-2!) — ll/j **.. .the. W* itt m %  POGUST BPOS RJ^ 1 I* Is the ai trf is with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, the Officers and Members of the Congregation (fending a warm ikome to their ^ewly engaged Cantor ishel utman famous Israeli Chazen Philip BlfwHi where first COUNTS HIGHEST IN RESERVES MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS 'NO LOAN ASSOOAT ON NORTH SHORIIR.NCH MAIN OfflCl SOUTH SHORE II.MCH M*l nd Ho.d.ea *e. limeln Rood end Wothi.qtm e. 66S Wo.aingto. ave. PRUDENT MANAGEMENT MAKES POSSIBLE OUR 3% DIVIDEND I WANT MIT MILK" and be sure Ws FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOClNIItD Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" 0cr* Protected TEL. 2-2%%l Greater Miami Delivtry VliW 0r Term mi [„.1 lira 1 U. end Snrtr Cr** Our I95S JEWISH NEW YEAR Calendars Have Arrived Beautifully lithographed Miami Candle Lighting Time Included T II ICY ARE FREE --YOURS — for the Asking Just Drop a Note or a Card to: GORDON FUNERAL HOME IN MIAMI 710 S.W. 12th Ave. MIAMI BEACH 1333 Dade Blvd. PUAJE DO HOT MOM



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PAGE 14 Ira*'** flr>rH**r> FRIDAY. Obituaries FRANK SOLINSKV .;-,. a bu< %  fm .i i lothtai .ifi.-r suffering .. li.-.m a l bU borne. IVZu Eu< lid ." % %  M iml ... ii K-riu.i i\ el New foi i. he n me her. 13 i MM ago s ... 1 •. • .. ml .... I v\ .. Mill Bei In %  held In R ereldi M. II..,: al c ,-. Miami B< •> %  I burial in Mi Nebo i'enu HARRY BERKE ..f :.:• N'W STth -• i i iui HI loi. died IKrl a I N.II Tort _., \i i.. „. who iiurvlved b> : irlfe, Rai Bra* %  Woi M W i I \. teran He wu Harvej .-. ...i. poet v.lean 1 1 •%  %  • and the il iz-lw. K ii Kin of !•> IhUH. ...i. ,.., %  •, neW .i Reach Memorial • apt I, bui la I folloa ad n Ml %  ler) b HARRV GREENBERO retired' ,i! | inUeam u dli d M ..• .• hrlil in '."T n'a Funeral Homi ol W an i He nni" Mi..mi M yean acu iron Una ..i lotu \l Ife. pbie: la • %  tona, • 'harlle, ol Si I ... aad Hei '*" lUghtera, MiBethel R '%  •'-• • >i ;ii. S J tnd MM SBI -ii steinrsf, %  : Sa annah. la Ida MemKhal <• %  •" %  • Nli ,"' I.,.,, i, Rurial followed In Mi Nefcu (Vim i. i M s. bulman %  in.in HI i.-.'iiabout i" ..,,.... II. (Ml retired neei Survived b> hl wife, ..ii.i .. > Robert, ol b. V MRS ANNA NAR2ISENFIELD FIELDS daugn-w sin ...... nda.i. I %  tobei r \.. i k ABRAHAM FARKAS ag ,,f J01 1Mb -• M Mondai in %  bonpllal A lormel hole M I ..: ..had lived m • ...I ., daughter, M Cubernlck. both ol Mian .. ,, I.... •.held m Rlvi %  .'. ... ,,| Ch ,--. I. wltli bui Mi N.I... Cemeti DAVID GLASGOW i:. a reaideni .-I Miami ., -. died Ocl I In • >' Bl ih lei He a-a |.. irm.in Surviving are bii If. Ii •-• Rlva, both ol %  !. |be| llaagon %  I : •' • • barge of < in i \ Bel II Mi • ml i 'hapel DAVID BRVAS APPLEgAUM : da) I old • of Mi Mr Her\ SM !Ttll tel •eed awa: Ocl I" Li a Ni DAVID MEYER -_...••• %  %  i • live < i Igur stare* died (hi I.Iv.l Coral i Sable* II. cam* hi ... i daughter, MiRath > L; ad ..-. of Sea work: ..f New r..ur gi arere i'h-i^-1 MRS. BECKY GREENBAUM -.: % %  IM Merid in ....Mil f. \ %  i 8 %  .sini M R M >. t.. > Ktera, fie* t %  grandchildren. I N \. I •. MRS. ADAH STEINER %  Ml iml Beai D -.rihei hu* -., • re Yen '.. • Ml Sebo Oi HERBERT L HORLICK ..-•. S %  i .. : i -.. \: i • • I Wall}H t, N: rb %  %  u In Mi H MAX SHULMAN Mr* S 114 Alton 1 \ SI it, on Url N Committee Names AZA, BBG Advisors Adisors to AZA and BBC chap ten ol the rnal B*HU v,,u,h '""• pnJUtiM mn ann.mn.i-d this week by Sydney Efroneon, cfcatt man -f the GreUi Utaml Bnai B'ritb Youth Committee. BaTtunlai hM hil third year is Milton Fendel, edvltor to the Hurricanes AZA. \No relurnins for the coming ytU IN Mr> Jotemh Hi-rman. Debs BBG Mr> Martin Korman. Delta BBG; MisSheila Wahrhaftig. Menorah BBG; MrGordon Mannor stem. Sholom BG. Miss Lorraine Albert, Hiilel BBG; Mrs Rose Kaplan. VVinx BBG; Sydney Adler. AZA No. 322; Bernard Kohn. Shield l David AZA; and Allan Stollar. Beach AZA. Neucomers to the BBYO program arc Mrs Alex Steibel. BZB BBG; Mrs Kan I'oller. Jay BBG; Robert Rubinstein. Hiilel AZA; and Sol Heier. Jack Rosen AZA. ^__—— Theme is 'Americanism' Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith. met on Thursday evening, .October 14. 8 p.m.. at the Di Udo Hotel, according to an announcement this week by Gershon Miller, president Theme of the program a"Amerteaniim." Chairman is Gilbert Balkin %  __ SAMUEL SCHLLMAS I %  | at hoi • ROSE T WEiTZ ranu d ed v. • %  Icen ... • i:: n MRS. SARAM FE NBEG • %  ii III be ii SUSOttS 0KU1INGS ASSOCIATED LAND SURVEYORS Wt Sill Strvittl-H1 'raaiiiri Accurate nt Dtptndablt 12385 N.E. 6th AVENUf NOCTH MIAMI •ken* 71-5541 G I I IT I M G S MONSAIVATGE & CO. of MIAMI, INC. WHOUSAlt CIGAIS emi CANMfS 68 S.W. FIRST ST£T PHONE 2 5156 TO All HAT HPH TEAt THE MIAMI ACEKCT. INC. Grmt'al lasn'sacc H. H. WOODS MALL, JR. 682 N.E. 124th ST NORTH MIAMI PHONE 34-0615 TO Alt GREETINGS COLLINS RADIO and SOUND COMPANY TELEVISION SALES SERVICE 2982 GRAND AVENUE Phone 48 3668 6787 S.W. 8th STREET Phone MO 6 4311 TO ALL GREETINGS JACK E. ROBERTSON MODEL WOOD PRODUCTS "Hurricane Awninqj ana* Shatters" "Kitchen Cabinets" PHONE MU 8-3345 4851 EAST 11th AVENUE HIALEAH Best Wishes To A'l far The New Yeor AUTO GLASS SPECIALISTS DIAL 58-2982 INSTAUtD WHUE 1/ WAIT 1550 ALTON ROAD MIAV.I BEACH %  GREETINGS BIANCHI THORNTON CO. Sound INSURANCE Friandly SERVICE PAN-AMERICAN BANK BUILDING 150 S.E. 3rd AVENUE ROOM 417 PHONE TO ALL HAPPY PASSOVER THE MIAMI AGENCY. INC GENERAL INSURANCE H. H. WOODSMALL, JR. Phoo.1 682 N.E. 124th St. North Miami TO ALL GREETINGS B. B. Leigh. Pre-. R. C. Singer. Vice-Pre*. & s* H. Goyen, Treas. Members National Food Brokers Assn. AJ ( BOXACKER IJ ll.ll. ixc, MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Corer South Florida" P.O. Box 2210 — 1134 N.W. 22nd Street — Miami 13, Fltjfcj] TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS HOLIDAY GREETINGS CENTRAL ROOFING & SUPPLY CO. Inc. 15700 WIST DIXIE HIGHWAY North Miami Beach. Florida — Phones 816-2341. 81647tt1 GREETINGS MONSALVATGE & CO. of MIAMI, INC. WHOLESALE CIGARS AND CANDIES 68 S. W. First Street Phone 2-511] H 0 I I D A f ClffTINGS 326 SEYBOtD BUILDING, MIAMI PHONi MS TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS Southern Salvage Corp. ACROSS FROM INTflNATIONAl AIRFORT N.W. 69th AVENUE and N.W. 25lh STREET P. O. BOX 243. MIAMI 48. FLORIDA Phone 88-4739 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT 6 TITLE COMPANY. Inc. CompUtcAbstract gnd TiiU Insurance Screica THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH To Our Many Friends, Patrons and Acquaintances'. SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL SEASONS GREETINGS J. H. Lobnitz Millworks 2789 COACOOCHEE AVENUE and 3060 S.W. 37th COURT MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 4-0607 Nefie'ey Greetings SIGHTSEEING GLASS BOTTOM BOAT COMRADE II Trips Daily 10:JO a.m. ana 2:00 a. Chamber af Cemmerct Decks Sth ana* ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Paat i mu Ralph H. Schneelock & Soi FIOA/DA DISTRIBUTORS (Menafactarers' Aeef 1740 Alton Road Miami Beach



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PAGE 2 + t<~.nt nrrkHir FRIDAY, Joint Meeting of Sisterhood Slated Hn J"-i'ph Glumf of Tuckahoe. N Y a leader of the National Federation of Temple Sisterkoods, one of the world's larce-t women s organization*, will address a joint meeting of the Sisterhoodof Temple Beth Sholom. Temple brad and the '"" r i l Gables Jewish Center on Wednesday. Oct. 20. at 1 p.in ID the oanquet hall of Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave. Mrs. Glanaer's topic trill be "The Work of Thy Hands — ErtabUsh Thou it.'" The National Federation of V.nple Sisterhoods, with a program of service to Jewish and humanitari an causes, is made up of nearh 85.000 members in the I'mted I States and six other countries It I —. the women's division of the Union of American Hebrew Congregaj lions, of which the Coral GableJewish Center. Temple Israel and Temple Beth Sholom are affiliates Mrs. Glanzer i> president of the New York State Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and was formerly that Federationvice president and chairman of itcommittee on child study and parent education. She is active in many religious and civic organizations in New York to her appearance before the joint sisterhoods meeting, Mrs nzer will be the gin luncheon of th.. board of dm mplt Bth Sholom Sistei will go to the Children's Village of Shefeya Meier and the Young Adult College Fund. Working on the committee are FrogeL Carol K..hn. Klaine Schwartzman and Una Lowe from Junior Hadassah. and In Scherr. B"b SI tl Kwitn. res and Phyllis i Temple Emanu I '. Zionists to Install 1 (oral GableZionist District will I hold itannual installation of office ron Sunday evening at the Colony restaurant. Former Florida Sen Claude Pepper will be guest speaker Entertainers will include Mrs Irving Nelson and MrJudith n Drucker. mother and hter mu-ical team. Dr. Kapchan to Speak I ; i will hear Pr I I %  h • munit) it .•meeting "n Thur-• Od -1 8.30 p m.. at the Center bull Immigration to be Discussed Burner) Roth of Miami Beach will analyse the McCarran-Walter immigration act at the > (Hi jo meeting of the El< : n.il H nth will be held at the Mil H U I, 146 Biscayne blvd., beginning at 8 30 p m r"*"" %, ^ ft Aronovitz to Speak Miami Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will hear Mayor Abe Aronovitz in a di-cuv-ion of "Americanism and Civic Affairs" on Thursday. Oct. 21. 8 p.m.. at Beth David Synagogue. Theodore tiencanism and civic affairchairman for B'nai B'rith. will nice Mayor Aronovitz Worlds Largest Pest Control Company Coll 2-1776 i .1 fmmt IH* ran arsricrsM Mrs. Joseph Comer W# Sorry Individuals and organizations who submitted copy for publication in this week's issue of The Jewish Floridian may not find their items in these columns due to an early deadline and mechanical restrictions imposed upon The Jewish Floridian as a result of the observance of the first two days of Sukkoth. J DAY WORKERS Si $6 o.i Fare Hetel Moms r.rters • Dishwashers Celered Maids-Port Tim* tr Fall Time in Private H.mes ACE EMPLOYMENT 117 N F i.t Ave. Ph. I-M07 No Ci-gt to Employer .-'-•? GELATIN DESSERT ly itself sr (tmbnei *ith ywt favorite fruits 1 terries the west lemptiea, nest itlxiogs •assert ye* t ever tetet I nfn* TEMPTING FRUIT FLAVORS JtASPBfftftr • ST*AWMIIY .^CHf **. G*Af BlACKBf ftftv • IfMON • tfMf • ORANGE KOSHERondPARVE MIV^P^^ .*—• -*. RABBINICAL SUPERVISION | S. el. I reM'dinaii and >l. liVphuii H E B R I w | o 0 K $ TO Ifi J 417 Woshinaten *,*., Miami Beach } I Between fourth one' Fifth $,. i | HEBREW RELIGIOUS $UPPU[$ far Synoeoaees and Private Use • Alsa far Hebrew Sch.els onto wo I Telennane $.0017 j'Jtail Cfiri'lCnrif] MI50MUII0 SERVICE "AfT" "MAIMT 1 •MAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wracka Rebuilt — Body Bapaira and PalnUaa S-2244. 2-a*SI M0 S W. lea 3S0 Lincoln Road Menanine — Phone $-$411 Entrance on Washington Ava. OCULISTS Prescriptions FlUnd Lonana and Frame* Duplicated Large Soinctton in Late* Style. |y THE IAIEIS Of OflMCIISP DtttrfMnd by PALM DISTRIBUT0BS nT 14 N.E. 24Jfa St. Miami 37. Flo. p£\ VENETIAN NURSING AND CONVALESCENT ( F ofterty Deegles Martina H*a*) CONVALESCENTS — INVALIDS CMB0NIC m PtEOISTERED NURSES — 24-HOUR NURSING timi Special' Diets Strktlr Observe* 1 |l4M N.E. lATSNOtE PIACF. (Between Veeetian I McAnb. i TEIEPHONI e-7440 Mr. and Mrs. hethea ft •1 CIEAM CHEESE ISTT CREAM CREESE IN TIC JEWISH HOME UNLESS IT S took for fhe nome occepfed for generations in Jewish hornet. ivorife for genera Breakstone's Cream I preferred because Us el creamier, smoother. Tie I spread for bagels and i .. the ideal conyleaefl lox, whiteftsh, and oil ots ] smoked fish. And so < and thrifty in (hat honey big % lb. package. *& • • • • • • • • CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI IB The most valuable *X possession of Riverside! is tLe good will of tnel families we serve. iveni MEMORIAL CHAPELFUNEIAl Dl ECT0lS forking j^ CONVENIENT LOCATIONS mm* "*J£H WestFUgeerAiHWiAve. !" "£$* 14.NOM *^•IJlA $, ,< sowAas T. NSWMAM, Pvejeral Wrgjoc *** M in w roast Tftth sSTrt and A-**^^