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The Jewish Floridian ( October 22, 1954 )

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ilv forces opposed to Rich|, ;er, Democratic canlr the U.S. Senate. ger ia Jew. He is a welltrjter who serves in the Hate legislature. His wife, ,,i [g i member" of The ,. a unique family dis[riie Democratic Party this linated Neuberger to run Republican Sen. Guy Goris Peking reelection. rman County, Ore., Jourlished by a Republican leader — considered the |ti< nomination of Neubcr I decision." A Journal id Neuberger had lr enough to remain primnnriter and a dabbler in I.I a recreation or to pro It lor his writing mill. The m misdom of his race in matters has been upper f ^ thipolicy." nti Defamation League re1 him "the Gordonfor-Senj i lte< circulated this item J (ml the state with the in%  thai ii be reprinted in Jpers." David Robinson, as Itional ADI. director, said: I no question but what the our deep conviction that arming the Near Eastern countries will not materially increase the security of the United States or even that part of the world, but will instead serve to agitato local unrest and stability I am convinced that to give arms to Iraq and Egypt is a menace to Israel's security and is contrary to the best interest of our country More Congressional candidateare expected to sign the declar. lion, which also urges that the United States should grant no aims to the Arab countries in advance pn ised opposition to the State De of any peace negotiations. dan border zones would be resolved. It is understood that Israel will cooperate more closely with the truce organization and that the UN [observers will carry out frontline lumber of cases the attempt inspections after making arrange anti-Semitism against Neu-'ments with Israeli officers. I Mr. Lloyd, who told an eight na j tion Arab delegation in London a month ago that Britain is willing to use its "good offices" in an effort to mediate the conflict between Israel and its Arab neighbors, declared at his press conference tomaterial, and hope they ^^JSZ £££? JSZZ j do" W part, directly -indirectly ,. necessary to bring SJ^^vnTlt is understood all together or in smaller groups if impaign down to such a 1, { ; en Dayan agreed to the new we can help solve the problem. future" in Baker. Ore,! ^'^"Jnt because of the presMr. Lloyd avoided d.rec comouner said "Senator | J^efS'lSK! in the Jerusal-' men. either on the proposal made em area, but reserved the right to I by Abba S. Eban. th ntinud on Pag* I A lie ful, Humiliating Procrastinations' demnity Handling Rapped IN (JTAV— Representatives [opposition Social Denkoerarty and deputies of two of lilies in the Bonn Govern* coalition assailed yesterday %  "(T.istination and "pettim the administrative handclaims by individuals for lification for injuries and i suffered under the Na/i Fritz Schaeffer. Finance Irr. who was the principal ol the attacks, was absent file Parliamentary chamber the debate as is bis cussuch times debate occurred after the introduction of a motion by the Social Democrats, later support ed by a majority of the Bundestag including deputies of government parties, calling for an extension of the deadline for filing such claims for residents of Germany. The measure, which extends the dealine until October 1. 19M WT .lews and other victims of the Nazis, was passed in all three readings. The extent of th." criticism of the government in this matter was to be seen in the fact that an opposition party motion was adopted. During the debate. Socialist Dr. Adolf Arndt assailed the "shameful, humiliating procrastinations" mirrored in the fact that a year after the passage of the Federal Indemnification Act there was only one implementation regulation ol that law In affect. Dr. Vrndl accused the governmenl of bad faith and insisted that this was leading to "peltylogging. casuistrv and bad faith," on indemnification on local levels. He insist, .(I that the only explanation (or this state of affairs was a • putrid climate of anti-Semitism."



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PAGE 2 A -fCrt^nnrlrtiM — FRIDAY. Aronovitz, Shapiro to be Guests at Bond Operalogue Program on Beach Dec. 1 A Bon I Itatvafen Is 1 be the theme vi the drumtk Oper pie to be presented under BUS pice> oi the Spooa rs i I bi %  • L Israel Bond Organization, in the Y press Hotel Dec 1. with M..; Abe Aronowiti and Hai -• oi honor. bainnen Jacob Sher and Un Monte Sells: evplained thai the event i> being placed on a ci mun:t>wlde level with Miami Miajni Beach binins to make the Operalogue of the roosl important functionof the season Mrs Sell.: ill present Holy City Bibles, inscribed and enca-ed in rful leather C the two Pi.lm on jJiOaV "•' -'-* a m The com %  rted Ma tobepn •hu new, streamlined form i in the-round Locale will be the Coronation Room ol the Empress Hotel in Miami B< Meanwhile the Spaoaon ol Israel, under wheat %  ,n '' Operalogue •bein| pre* held a solemn pinning ceremony at the borne oi Mrs >• W5 West DiLido dr W< afternoon. \| r ... • IOCIM • to the ladie> and reported that • there were 67 pon"r in this area The target i100 A special steering commit 1 of honor MrSeli| who the Operaloguappointed is chairman of the Women'Division, received the Biblefrom the Mayor of Jerusalem on her recent fact-finding t"ur of fan Admission to the Operaloeue is through the purch S100 Development Issue B nd or the I S3 10 in B nds There will • %  • and • A V 1 headq.. been set up in tl • R of thlin. • 1 Oper.i At thi %  ss %  held in to help with detailon this level and to coordinate with the rk nualttee %  special -tatement released this m d hiappreciation to the their cooperation do sueI Stal Th, : Sher. Jacol al rris A Sko| %  '• %  S %  [forts I Mayor Hf\4 Shaaira M*rf ifc AraaTrti Hialeah JWV Auxiliary Plan Membership Social —:. \W .xilarv 681 ha\e planned ai u*e evening • via! at the • 1 26. 8 30 | Home fas %  %  ill he aa pron paradi CCKMn Shirley Kahn Circle Has Officer Installation Shirk %  B Kahn Circle No 1714. %  • • ; rests oi Amer• • the Alcazar Hotel deputy MrAlberta was in-tailing \ "-hirley B Micki Fain chapsub-chief Simoi junior I -• • %  :H "t" : n H COMPLETE PEST CONTROL ORKIN Wa*ts> m ritf ISIPtCTION Call 2-1776 '•11'Mll'rMl The P.T.A. of The Hebrew Academy announces... A SERIES OF LECTURES "THE BIBil AND MODIRN MAM' 1 DAY WORKERS S5 I $6 ana Fart Ustel Maiei Parten %  Ditawnhen Catarad Maids-rt r%w < Fail TIB* m Prftata HMHI ACE EMPLOYMENT '17 N ^ ••• A.. p n |.M07 S: C--g. te Ewipior.r lit Taak-Taesdev Nov. 2, 1954 2>d T##>c-Tta 0 Nov. 9, 1954 3rd Ta.<-Ta*saaY Nov. 16, 1954 4th T.c-T*U ? Nov. 23, 1954 5th Taax-Tatsa'ar Nov. 30, 1954 ON i THE BIBLE. THE GREAT CLASSIC by I M uni hmoc MM 5 Gross ?.; Hobred IMPACT OF THE BIBLE ON MODERN THOUGHT' by Lee Kfiadlin The kwiah Floridkn THE TALMUD AS BIBUCAL COMMENTARY", by Robl :.s Horovia. The Hot PSYCHOLOGICAL CONCEPTS OF THE BIBLE", by Dr Ber.-arr.^. Coioaoa "OUR LEGAL SYSTEM AND ITS BIBLI CAL ROOTS', by Moses H. Hoer.ic New : arii r.-v •th TaBX-Tatta'ay Dec. 7, 1954 SCIENCE AND THE CONCEPT OF CREATION 7: Be Ar.r.cuncec EDUCATIONAL THEORIES AND THE BIBLE by LOOM Se h we ma nqn Burecu c: ulucuttun "THE 13 PRINCIPLES OF FAITH Rabb; Alexander S. Gross Principal.'Tne neorew Academy. REGISTRATION r rot ENTIRE SERIES SA*B PER PERSON RESISTH WITH ACADEMY OFFKI. PMON* ss-44i '"* •* *•••• *• Is sjawaaa d FW t. twt, 7th Taa-K-T.eUa, Dec. 14, 1954 •th Tak—Taet4a> Dec. 28, 1954 CMAHt/tAM S. |. I r ''l. ItVphun H E I R E W BOOK STOII 417 Wosainatan A.. Mioiai Seoch tttwttH fwrtk mmd Fifth Sff. NEIMW RELIGIOUS SUMLIES far S.naaaaurs o Pritata Us* Alia far Hthraw Sckaalt TelraKof St017 /JAll (liriMCAUS t£3w 35C Lincoln Road Maztamna — Phona S-S41I Entranca on Washington AT*. OCULISTS • Preacripuona FUUd • Lensea and Frame* Duplicaled • Lara* Selection hi Lareet Style* Be A Popular Sweater^] Hand Jeweled MonogrammeTs^^ AT FACTORY LOW PRICES V— SWEATER CASHMERE NYLON ORION W0•. •iversiif MEMORIAL CMAPa.FUNERAL OHECTOIS TWO CONVEMEM LOC\TIO>? V% Flag let k 20th Avc 1236 ^ hjo|tf • A* Ph~* r;*4 ASS Siss: sow AW T KIWHAN, Funeral Director %  naw roaa.: 76th Street and Ajstsstra-t BOO.LT • %  •** • w* c ,M rici ss*1 A*



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^-T OBER 22. 1954 Eonclave to Open Monday at Temple i-EI; Session Set for Two Days ,| ave ol Parent Teacher i used in the workshopto bring the n ,',l creiiter Miami will | materials used in the schools vivid•together on Monday. Oct. | ly before the attention of the par Je*isttnor Minn PAGE 3 A .,, Temple Kmanu-El. j ents present. Live, which ta to taut two ^gin with a panel disl„ the subject "How Can duration Meet the Needs Child?" include Dr. Seymour official psychologist municipality <>f Miami Rabbi Mayer AbramoIt'ual director of the North .h Center. Moderator kcasion will be Louis Sen executive director of the Jewish Education. L n cl will explore psychoEpiritual and educational Ihich effect the needs of [,, the Jewish schools. \AV), net 26. at 10 a.m.. of all P.T.A.'s of the kfiools nf Greater Miami „i |. mple Emanu-El for ( l S nack and then will be din four workshops to His -Why's and How's" of II, hp u. Bible, history inmand ceremonfli in Ihools. kjnn leaders will be Sydi educational direc jom; Jerome Cor\, ii director ol Beth ful B ibin, educational diple Emanu-El; and >nn newly elected eduIdirector of the Coral IISI;S We will meet all competitive prices on ALL PRIME AND CHOICE MEATS We will not be undersold at any time Speeial tor Freezers 20% SAYING Free Delivery Anywhere in Miami Phone 9-0968 Complete Selection of i i Men's and Women's Apparel Fashions and Accessories j Boys' and Girls' Wear j Blankets, Sheets, Towels and Other Domestics ; MORRIS BROTHERS 70 E. FIAGIER PHONE 82-4641 MOVE THE CAREFREE WITHERS WAY! PHONE BAKERY "Butter Mattes it Better" THE mm INGREDIENTS m MST m um Your Next Birthday, Anniversary or Other Special Occasion Try Oar Delicious and Beautifully Designed Cakes r oo* coNoiroff "iou TMI MmtfUM mur ^9 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7117 (Sucettift !• fecfcler'i) SAM HIRSCH presents IN PERSON Ann Corio "QUEEN OF BURLESQUE" in the hilorioui comedy hit "Separate Rooms" with • rorfwy Cf OPENING TUESDAY, OCT. 26th Two Wooki Only Nightly (except MM.) 1:30 MATINEES SAT. end SUN. Mx Offict Op— It • 10 FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 84-3404 | A d. n 1.25 i •'• !: %  lnc Air Conditioned BILTMORE PLAYHOUSE 151 MX 4ttti ST. WI*M ChMiM Octfcr 24th BARBARA BRITT0N in "BORN TUTItOAT" Van Lined Miimi't Ollltl and One il the Sooth's Lirriit Lent Diilmci •* Doer-lo-Ooet Meri Tt tr FrttJ Aty Pthrt i tt %  •' • t0 o/ Atev ** c,ok y Stittt... fctjpktt, Twt-TtiW x v Ptikiif m Mtviti Strom r*t^ntMfaii0ri**i,VM AviiUHe Ftr Etwy rarptN Eilimatei Fvrnithod Without Cof or Obligation r luds .r P.rt lot Wi.ttd T. tW FrwB New Ytrk r V1<*ir...hM"t "* HMi Starlit Facilities AvaHable In AM Major Cities PHONE 82-7561 1MI Nartkeast hi ia tata, Mum local Storaga In Our Two, Modarn 7-Story WAREHOUSES Firtpml CtaatniaHM • %  • Pr i mti Strnt* twm "m Of utti Maat*lfctal %  %  *• m% A.0T. ItRNRall Rtt mi •wflanf PratMtiM



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mvjt r\ rubllhd avtry Friday ,i-c* 17" by th JawlaH Fioridun at 1JC N. E Smth Street. Miami It. Flo-a Entered a> itcono urn ma'ter Ju,j 4. 1*30. at t>M Pott Office ~M Miami. Fla.. un*r the Act of Mart* J. 1ST*. The Jcwith Flondian has absorbed the Jiwun c-'tv • nd the Jewish Weekly Member of the Jewah Tlegraph, c Agancy. Seven Arts Featu-e Syndicate. Wo-'d wide Ntoi Service. National Ea t#>u Aaaooation. Ame-. lean Awociation or Enejiiah-Jewish Moipapei. F oaa Pre Assoc ation. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephone. 21141 -2-8212 i trr the KubThe ,'rwinh tVtdtun (! % %  *M .tod.*.ilvt'liwrt % %  During The Week ... A %  y LEO MINDLIN %  8, s u One Vear JCnl S3 00 F T ON R A T. E S Two y*' tvoc Volume 28 Friday. October 22. 1954 Tishri 25. 5715 Number 43 I nili'il .Nations IrilV Sunday. October 24. will mark the ninth anniversary oi the adoption oi the UN Charter. United Nations Day will be observed in Greater Miami at that time, as well as in cities throughout our country and the world. All of us recall the hopeful period following the capitulation of Germany, the subsequent fall of Japan end the conclusion of World War II. We also recall, perhaps with a decree of nostalgia the ir.iar.t United Nations Organization and the air of opumisrr. that pervaded its first business sessions. Cooperation between East and West was then at its high point. The struggle for men's minds in which our government and the Soviet Union have since assumed maior roles, could Only be foreseen by those few prophets of history who later were responsible for coining the phrases "Iron Curtain" and "cold war." '.'•'hat has since evolved through the noa change :: UM world peace organization to United Nations the death* of dor -lobel lecders I king ~:: of peoples everywhere intc I thfl assumption and conclusion of a '.enstwo s.rr..: canl wars — one in Korea and the other in Indochina combinet to =pe'.; man's history iv nine vears of peace since the adoption c UN charter. In the :are :: such Brim events there I been those eonsistcnl r:.::rs of the United Nans: st on the arc lessness. who tee! that like its predecessor League of Nations it has become c gentleman's debating society otter, most unqentlemanly and without UM wherewithal to guard our most sarred treasure — peace. Yet do we feel that the UN is man's greatest hope in these times of tension and threat of catastrophe. As progress in science and technology knits the vast geographic distances that once separated nation from nation and people from people, the necessity for humanity to learn the ways of the neighbor, and once learn ing them to understand them, becomes a: creasing necessity. The world oeace organisation represer single possibility in this regard. So lone cs men wrangle with words among themselves. the cay z: then taking up arms one again*! inues to await .:= oall As the UN develops in its role of human arbiter our hope :• war and conflict may in some s hour of human enlightenment, fail] b wayside ana that barbarity will nc lonaer prevail when di f fere n ces of opinion moment set apart nation from not It is to these principles that we dedicate ourselves and our observance of United Nations Day on Sunday in Greater Mknni and throughout civilisation. Tho Rod I iinAn eight-pcwer resolution on the question of refugees calling upon the governments concerned to give assurances that they will assume full responsibility for the fmcncial assistance of Arab refugees after December 31. 1958. has been adopted this week by the United Nark Once again, the Soviet Union carefully empr.as.zes the line of its political affiliation. Red leaders joined w.th four satellites and "independent : %  UM UN to oppose the resolution. Mrs. N. E Kuukova. of the Ukraine, explained Moscow's stand, declaring thai her government had opposed the resolution on the grounds that it did not envisage repatriation. This can only mean that the Soviet Union favors the return of Arab refugees to Israel. One does not have to be exceedingly astute to deduce what this means in international terms. Come what may. Moscow continues In its selfish path of dividing peoples instead of trying to unite them. Only the Communists stand to gain from continued dissension in the Near East. The Red line remains as bloody as its global philosophy. DR. NAMUM GOLDMANN RECENTLY h~ therare few who can dispute hi.intoentv !" s ti Zionist HM leadership in every area of' and nev^" beyond significant reproach One sees Dr rT"* 1 fn ***l told number of news dispatches each week A***! Jerusalem or Nathanya. At the next he is ln R Al '""' L_ again, he is somewhere in London givins ,' nn or ^y British Jewish community. lr an gjj Hitravels m America are. of course PQ lall •... ,' take him among us from city to city in h,*' Pec '*Sai % % %  on Jewish affairs around the world ami £j nevw *5 1 in Germany, immigration from North •\frn" > r e!i,te 'onus, that the many political parties in the Kn.-V-''^^"*•. HI others Dr. Goldmann is perhaps one ofth nUM "'ait our age. Yet often do exhuberance and excessi """' 'H give way; rational patterns of thought he.,t d J c IXe wl '^sl That which we supposed to protect in defense*?!' 1 11 '**!' laumh an attack against the chalice we bear ", ra *' methods of our enemies ,n S ">* This, it sterns to me. was eractlv the rase i. by Dr Goldmann on October 10 at Chicago 1*1 '" iM *** American Zionist Council The wise Jewish | P H C 1 1 of Israel's development to date, discussed the "^ pressures currently assuming major role,'„ the ^ ot """ t ly observed that "the hand of friendship held oiii'k ^ U be clasped by the Arabs." This n.e„ n precuebjL*? intended it to mean: the Jewish State'. achievenLu 1 merely ,n Jewish terms, recalcitrant M„-],,„ '^** %  ,, s,„ne to significant Western recognition of that aSL ? more than Zionist claims of progress are needed bcfJT fate among the nations can be envisioned THIS RATIONAL AND HIGHLY OBJECTIVE Stage for an emotional and careless jnnl. ( futl '^"H (hose s e g m sn h l of Jewish orientation which regard thTaJ menus unnecessary now that its ultimate vision h SI reality, Dr. Goldmann was right in remarking that tlm mains indispensible to the security oi thi Jewish State have been spared anguish and disippointmenl 1 t..k,n inMrurtion from histor) which : ,-idei mdi^aM that it takes time, at least the lifetin or m„ ,Z fore g new st.,t,. ,s established and i vd R eiMw movement, he observed, and one removes the ferment of ish action for Israel. Thus, it would M he necesitTgl continuum was at least philosophically „ But Dr Goldmann subsequently fell into the tJewlsh debate from 1947 through the inl | yean of the rosj the viability of the Zionist movement wai a principal %  ami merit. That period, it will be recalled with %  sharp degree*, included the warm and friendly era of the Truman adminil The opening of the new General Assembly SZTZZLZSLSttSi EJ b s, te """'l „. .k it .-.j KI i. .i_ i_ up,m unsympathetic and often outraged ears Vmethflm ii ,. l n ^ h TT ,H f ^ lnnl ^ "• giving birth to that charge to one which orTce£ of another difficult period for Israel before the more (ertllc environment to flower ^ world peace organization. The Zionists, themselves, were no less guilty thanAnl, News reports indicate that the Arabs are as ers and their downright anti-Semite comradeof develop*! quarrelsome as ever; and one unfortunate ac environment. They formulated oftentimes the most epaL ments for American Jewish consumption, calling upon JOB) adopt attitudes that must be inevitably held su >pfC t oseg course, say that the subsequent Dulles foreign policy en ii suit But few will deny that many are the Republican aptag, cite Zionist proclamation as an excuse (or the newly evoWj It seems to us that Ambassador Abba Eban's' .^.''"v0 ?" should not Xrust AmeriCijn Je lsn "Pmionon position remains by contrast particularly grati^JSZ^jT.t^H!^ S?! S 6 "" 8 '" *"***? fymojn addition to the fact^a, hi. cLbltes ttZSZ?& S£" ^ "^ ^^ assume cool and calculated proportions and that they continue to attract the admiration of THIS WAS THE SOURCE Of= DEVELOPMENT forth! me delegates of other member nations on the dual allegiance It is a dilemma that habeen rompovsWl oasis OI their content and honesty, the youthful '-' carelessness, a nluttoll for which appearlea and lesslssi Israeli statesman has pinpointed an essential n, '" r future In these precipitous times when Arab opinion] Arab demand which must subsequently fall by '** %  **endsncj and when all manner of Zionist expre i scrutinized for evidence of deviation from an increasingly rst{ ican line," Dr Goldmann found himself once again di questionable and often unrealistic relationship that musti Jewhere and the State of Israel. The •--. ,. uf that pJ—. tetligently rypren e d is this: there is more to In-ing a ZiotBtl ADDCrentlv the ntw imk I:-. I ,nnu n K '" Israel fund's, or even to supporting Israel non" ^b^r^ : --"% s; sswsa BBta*— %  r c ld m ta g. jf.r.^w^c-: t=ia5&a=ri.ws '^'^. C .2? T !! SO J n U n [h a{ over s tepped lationship with the Jewries abroad This kind of reciprooi^ tion, Dr Goldmann told the Chicago conference must include* ness of Zionists to make sacrifices for Israel aLso. be* quires the discipline of study and that Zionists -hould setJI dren to Israel to study the Hebrew language In its mother at Now. it s.ems to me. there is more than a fine line uil between the objective statement of a Zionist program geajU supporting a Jewish State financially and by political !•" feasible, and Dr Goldmann's program which callforJeirft Arabs .Still On.i i i -INOIII ,, '"'"lly universal eth c oncept in morerit obv 10 us reasons, they will find it mcreasinalv UCrihed '" racc b, s "d anti-Sem,.^ aimcult to overlook the fact that the • • beaten beyond a doubt on the field of bnnl! !" E 0,FFSRE NCE HERE DOES NOT alone he in *J eiaht month later and that it was thL j M '" M "" h ,,np Involving an emotional swicp *****L\ who sued for peace with Israel „ ,lf i '! mann "' mak, • ,h ****** statement the UnT of Rhodes. Qel n ,he Isl nd J '"'' People live outs.de of the State of Ur I. and It is these last condition. *„. uL '""'" wh, n *"" whether a %  ttoattea will develop •> demands Arab resMri fv, !" Ch Mr Eban h JewUh peo ta W1 "^ '" >^l • "' rfu,U delivery and honitVS' v, ca,mn his : *** b, these words (, apparent.'.nd if a defender of the end. prevad over th. S,a,emen,s •^ %  Hu?" ,h ,he >' "" ,ak !" ou "' "'"""'nt poeitions Thev m "V* !" "* Arab ,h; ,h h **** whet the enemies of Israel efB do. Brecon be no uJn £*r} tabl Y 'earn that S """oe .gam unnecessarily employ the tens* '" 9 Ck ^ hu,0r yCentinu^ en Page • A MM



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OCTOBEHJ2J95! SAafrfcJ5tetfttB Discuss Good Government at Beth David r t„. \ronoviU will 1ft charge, nf the rograg is vor • %  *"* .. j '* b„..i. ..., i.....k PAGE 5 A is Murray Raub. Max JUicobson, president revealed this week that Dr. M B Cirlin, director of the Mount Sinai Hospital blood bank, will also appear and discuss the possibility of fcifer 81 a meeting of EvTdMensClubWBTuML ocl 26. :M P-m,n Synagogue. Mayor Aro, ,.. What Must a Good Govern-1 establishing a blood bank at Beth to Get %  David. Cancer Discussed Weekly luncheon meeting of Mi-! ami Beach Lodge 1591. Bnai B'rith. will be held on Tuesday. Oct. 26.1 12 p.m., at the Di Lido Hotel. Dr. Edward Annie, of Miami, will be guw( speaker His rabject will be, "Cancer." Bowling League Starts Local Member Drive Greater Miami Woman's Bowling Association this week launched a membership drive to accommodate beginning, as well as experienced bowlers, according to Ruth Hall, membership chairman. In addition to the established evening leagues, morning and afternoon bowling groups are now in the process of being formed, Mrs. Hall explained. Goal is to double the association's membership in 1955. GM WBA will play host to the National Women's Bowling Tournament in 1956. o < % %  %  # %  ^—-JCfc+t E A STAR HOUSEWIFE! ...Use only KOSHER PARVE COLGATE-PALMOLIVE PROVIDES FOR YOUR EVERY NEED IN CLEA1 BW *& &AJAX CUTS {fit G R t S t FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS KetJier end Parve AJAX cleans sinks, poH. pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as tost... thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down ths drainl „ ST FAB FAMItY LAUNDRY Groat Now Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any other loading product, plus not one, but two of the most effective whitening IngreaV •ntt ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than reading floating soaps. m m MEAT AND fa DAIRY DISHES *T Yes, Kosher and Parve VEl makes dishes shine without waihing or wiping don't wo*. K*st soak; don't wipe, loot rinse. And no "Detergentj "*VEL far 0ISNIS STOCKINCS IfNCIffll WOOLIMS Ki*d to hands'. -~.



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PAGE 6 A kMiAtJtcr&i&L FRIDAY MM. (rv.nj I. BnaafllM Miss Ann Levin Weds in Manila \ • • Mai I %  • Ruth 1 %  %  %  'I to I • • time • %  %  %  %  %  • • •• %  • itS v %  • A | ha r.r V Zamora Sisterhood Plans Annual Supper Sunday hold its S .7 pi t 44 2 The E r ighter S S faerie P. Mergoiii Mar^olis. Suskin Betrothal Revt aled 1672 I | hyllis %  N V The : Tht Beth David Sisterhood Slates Annual Membership Party Beth David Sisterhood • %  %  -7 at 1 p.i ....... | a p.... el %  i ,, the Fran I Rii runl %  I Mack, i MayI .... I %  t by M Leadership Session Slated by Women's Group on Beach j rship Work h .p.' Uu ititul I %  h W %  Organ • D Broward Mill be hi Id on Thurs ; m in 3 I he A lad %  •' %  %  l "' \ Hoi [i titute will II tl I luci Mrs S, %  n the mposi • l i will he Mon • The %  Goldman Fund H Nathaniel Laming" m period has been plan lor the brunch session Mrs : .'.:e:: Goldberg and Frank Bnckrr.ar. ro-:r.a.rmen oi Hebrew Academy membership dr.ve d Kta -airman loeepfa Rose right progress of the c ::.-€-:.: car-.. vr.e Greater Miami area. Goal here is 1.000 new members. Rose revealed this week. Ir. its tenth day. the co-chcirmer. a.-.r.ounced that some 280 persons have already signed as new Academy members. it MM. Stanley C. Myers %  : Parliami ntarj Law at the r it) : M %  ah on ires dur.. ssion V tioi :'.'•• MrM> ers ,i %  • %  • the da) • Mrwill b< %  • .in thai. %  I • Mi B< n /. n I iinsburg is Mr\ ii • Fan MrHarrj Kauffi %  tltuti %  •: %  Mr\I>. %  Tifereth Israel Slates Activities t 25. %  Mifl Irene linick Miss Linick Plans December 26 Rites Mrs Ann.t K Linick iannoune meol of her d ter, lr%  %  to Nathan Saroff rhe bride-elect mi graduated from Florida State Univartity and inow ;i teacher ;it Dietayna Kle mentar) Sch '"l She is president Young Adu'.t Zionist Dii tnct Mr Saroff, a former New York resident, was graduated from the business school of the New York Fashion Institute He Is now an ac. countant for the Gaffaey Conatruc m \ u % %  The wedding ii plai ned for Decembei Ji> North Dade Sisterhood Lists Weekend Schedule A bus) weekend i> in store for members of Sisterhood of the North %  i *h Center. On Sunday. Ocl 24 the group .sponsoring .1 theatre part] at Playhouse, where "Born Yesti rda) starring Bar bars Britton, 1being presented. In charge >' ions 1Mrs David Shor \ men 1 &hi| tea ii in-ins: held on Monday. Oct 25. at the Center ,• 8 30 p m \n original skit by MrWillii I Mrs. A k will IH ena c ted b> board man of the event 1Mrs Hurt K>) 1 Winer Bar Milzvah Richard -on of Mr and MrJai • Winer 5310 Alton rd will 1 Bar Mitzvah during Sjt morning services at Agudath Israel Hebn < Institute 1 1 Ever will officiate The B.,r Mitzvah 1an eighth grade .' N itilus Junior Miith School and attend, the religious h %  • .1 of Atiuda'h Israel. A kiddush in hihonor will be %  ted bj Richard's parentat 1 onclusfon of the service. Misi Sintfrt Uosinlihilh. .\lj KxciiaiigcVawi Miss 1. ith Raeahsl Mr> Stanle; D Mesliii, Pirtrsj. Brookl) • \ v oa Seat gj The bride 1the fanJsfl Joseph ••.. Bn Me-r. y. William Mesh. 2902 SW GewiU % %  i thebni ma': not Best n an for tl %  > ird A Meo.| includi l. -• -.blnta.| of thi :• %  and Morrsl the bi -.:. Haijl blull I She bntt,] Mr M. '. .," %  :.-d fm\ School an thi tn.vtnhji ami N %  lied pabbi tant. h. 1-t-mng in thi Forces The ;• for at New ^ 'jiwdusl moon an -• no resitsii ten Man I h.r< Vr Heal Membership Tea Sisterh % %  of Coral GaUs] ish Cent" r will hold a t tea on Wednesday, p m at Palermo I* Morn\ Skop vill b.K.k !' i is h Louis /.„•„ There '• | rveit..l !' VrMiltos Progran 1 rmaa is SnJ Cain BI ::-hipi*" Mrs to f'rv Sot 111 IndoMdoil* *nd or 9 .ni,., 0 n who vobm.tt.d copy for publicsI on ,„ thit N|,'| uto, 0 f Tn J.w.vh Flor,d,.n m. y no find th.r itemj in th*e column* due to an early de.dl.ne and rn^heokal reatrfcttena .mpoted uP n The Jew,**, Florid.en t r#to lt of the obv.r.*nc, 0 f the final two days of Sukkoth. Federal' Mcny Marks does not believe the telephone that in the main office lobby of the Miami Beach f* and Loan Association is reoL Thia new twofoo now available tor customer s use tor outside cou* ~a&m



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OCTOBER 22, 1954 k Shcvin Bar fcvah Saturday [aar Mitzvah ol Jerry, one of Varon Shevin. 1844 fo h ^t will take Pla CP during ,irviett, Oct. 23, [| p a vid Synagogue. j s an eighth grade student mdoah Junior High School |,.,'iidclasses ;it Beth David I, : School, where he || I .,„ %  and member of Boy Mitzvah will read the t he week and officiate \ reception at „,. will follow in his 1^1 Jerry Shcvin Hi 1.1.1.. Jon Weuhter. son of Mr. Mrs. Sol Wechter. 736 Miami Beach, will belt Bar Mitzvah on Satur Oct. 23. 10:45 a.m.. at Beth Sholom. Rabbi Kronish will officiate, a student at Beth Kn Re! ; gious School, is |hth grade of Miami •" %  Junior Hiqh School. REDUCE STAUFFER SYSTEM | Treatments for $15.00 Appointments Needed No Disrobing f C A FRft TRIAl TREATMENT 392065 .W. 2nd AVE., MIAMI, FIA. for All Occasions 30 COlOt or BLACK I WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY **H BARGTEIL 16444* Sisterhoods Hold Joint Program PAGE 7 A Miss Meredith Joy Weiland. daughter of Mrs. Lenore Weiland. 7871 Crespi blvd., Miami Beach, became Bas Mitzvah during Shemini Atzereth services at Temple Beth Sholom Tuesday morning. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated. PERSONALLY Miss Anyuta Melicov, pianist of 800 10!h St., Miami Beach, and her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Melicov, have returned from a three month vacation spent at Woodstock and GrOSsinger's in New York. %  Dr. and Mrs. Samuel AronoviU, of 3350 Flamingo dr., have returned to Miami Beach following !>i Aropo.ii/ attending the second world congress in cardiology at Washington, i>. C. Their trip North %  ISO included stops at New York and Asheville, N. C. Ruth Brotman, soprano, who left in June on an extended concert tour and vacation which included New York. Philadelphia, New Jersey and many Canadian cities, is now at home at 1502 Jefferson ave. %  b : %  ':.' Mrs Clara DeKoven. of 1676 James ave.. left Thursday tor At lanta. (ia to attend the Bar Mitzvah of her grandson. Bernard, son Of Rabbi and Mrs. Ralph DeKoven. Mrs Joseph Glanzer, ol Tuckance. N. Y.. :i leader of the National Fed. ration of Temple Sisterhoods, one of the worlds largest women's organisations, addressed a joint meeting of the Sisterhoods Of Temple Belli Sh in Temple Israel and the (oral CableJewish • 'enter on Wednesdaj Mrs. Glanzer's topic was "The Work of Thy HandEstablish Thou It." The National federation of Temple Sisterhoods, with a program Of service to Jewish and humanl tarian causes, is made up ol near ly 85,000 members in the United Stateand six other countries It ithe women's division ol the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, which the (oral Gables Jewish C< nter, Temple Israel and T< m pie Beth Sholom are affiliateMrs Glanzer ipresident of the New York State Federation of Temple sisterhoodand was formerly that Federation's vice president and chairman of its committee on child -tudy and parent education She is active in many religious and Births Recent births in the (ireater Miami area include the following James Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs Joel Meyer. 2371 SW 23rd st. Richard (den. son of Mr. and Mrs Max Goldstein, 182 Fast 57th st. Richard Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Golden, 840 NE 172nd ter. Fric Harry, son Of Mr and Mrs. Lewis Kurzweil, 525 Bspanola Way Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schnei ler, i:88 NK 156th st. Karol Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Solomon, 442 Cadagua. Gary Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer 12655 SW Both st. Donna Andrea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Beckerman. 747 Lenox ave. Laura Robin, daughter of Mr. M\<\ Mrs. Louis Snetman, 303 Bast Itivo Alto dr. Rochelle Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sidney timer. 11022 NE 10th ave Sharon Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Harvey Sootin. 6576 SW 22nd si Rummage Sale Friday B'nai B'rith Women of Miami Beach will hold a rummage -ale oi ; clothing and miscellaneous items I at Stevens Market on Friday, Oct. | 22, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mr?. Leopold Schwartz, president of Temple Israel Sisterhood, Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood and Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, president cf Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood, discuss a joint meeting of the three women's organizations held on Wednesday at Temple Beth Sholom. civic organizations in New York. Prior to her appearance before the joint Sisterhoods meeting. Mrs. | Glanzer was guest at a luncheon of, the board of directors of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Monday. Hostesses for this function were the Mesdames Irving Rothman. Joseph Arkin. Walter Jacobs, Milton Jacobs and Ralph Spero. Mrs. Harold Wynn, a member of Beth Sholom Sisterhood's Choral Group, was the soloist on the program of the meeting. Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, program chairman o£ Beth Sholom Sisterhood, and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president, planned the meeting with Mrs. Leopold Schwartz, president of Temple Israel Sisterhood, and Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood. I i I SnmUf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Buffets Bar Mitzvahs Garden Parties E*E= CATERING A Complete Sen ice No PSrty TIKI Small No Party Too Large 775 D;'dc Boulevard Miami Beach Phone 5-V932 If No Answer Call 84-:o78 L'>ider Rabbinical Supervision urdines I h home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS •re. U.S. pat. off. Miami Miami Beach Ft. 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PAGE 8 A ki*t ncr kfirtn I^IOCTOBQ,. 1 Neuberger HUmJewish 'Origin^^^^ Continued from Pag* I A <: "don's headquarters stooped ti the mire ol the racial Issue '" itweekly material distributed Ighout Oregon" The Register-Guard, of Eu| I deplored the anti-Neuberger ..r In Oregon, said the Re Guard, "such things don't uauall) SCI na W into a campaign e newspaper laid: "There are %  i-.\ rciawim tor voting against ok NcuiH rger. it jrou want to find tbenV But hireligion is nut one of these i-\ length) editorial appeared in II %  COM B..> Daill TimeWe iven informed, it said, "that Giles French, who edits the Jour Dal. wa! %  od repute He his however. brought into the campaign .. note tr> and the Gordon Commit. ,n fit to broadcast that bigotry Both ot then(test rve the severest condemnation The Paily Timesaid 'The in one that it baaed on the thai. N.uixr.i : :a Jew and thus hawisdom in fiKrench indicates his ignorance. if not hiitupidity, tirst DJ contusing an ethnic gr.mp with religion There are Spani-h Jews, hidian Jewe, French Kngli-h Jew-. German Jew-, and Amerw.n .lewThen rehcion has nothing whatsoever to do with their net %  • i to infer that there are certain percuhanties to any race habeen proved lime and again to be lal-e Dunn, the pa-t y—n or M at before the restrictive immigration lawi wore Instituted the hulk ol the new people to thiland were those who fled from ghettos ,,i Eastern Europe Because they Jews thtj were prohibited from learning .. trade They were forced to depend tor their existenee on commerce It wanatural, then, that when they arrived in thicountn they entered the commercial HeldBut the second generation -howno such disposiIhe children of the migrants The Iniversity of Miami Symphony Orche-tra opens its 29th season of concerts on Sunday evening. Oct. 31. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. The first in a series of lime programs will be repeated Monday evening. Nov. 1. at the Hade County Auditorium in Miami. Mi— Barbara Gibson. American coloratura soprano, will be guest arti-t. with Dean John Bitter conducting the orchestra. New addition to this year's series will include special ushers at the Miami B e a ch performances. Attending concert goers to their seats will be Beth Sholom Building Campaign in Stride; S30,0OO in Pledges Announced have beconH doctors, lawyers, aen^ unif „ rme( ) members of the Arn %  .-•mechanics ind (actor) ork-^ Ur SlK .„. ty Air j.orce ROTC. and 20 members, also uniformed. concluded it, pf lno pershing Rifles. Army ling "hope that ROTC lize th..t race and Vl> Gibson will he featured in *"" th' r'A-ultate Jubilate from Motel blilt) K 165 by Wolfgang Amai the Pi Lid H ••< Towardour total goal of S.SXV .., b I ..ready received S3U6.000 and haw bed tor this rker•Thc root I walh • the chapel been compled %  thi --^i-^o v .:lex ....; %  -nould be fmi-hed Si few weekN I .. 5 tl \ ty workers brunch, agreed to undertake the resp< B ling i!'emt*-rof the pie % % %  ~ havi • ret n • %  %  was select Tl Will are | %  \ R %  • B Dr. Norman 1 S i Morn Morris Following i• %  I'-' ol wot I Abbott. William Agranove, Morris Alpert. William S Mtschull. Mur ray Barren. Harry Blumen in. Or Ralph Cobb, Dr Mey\ iron Parr Jacob C Fishman Harrj Gerson, William GoMin. Harold R Gram ti Louis Gr ---..-. Frank Kamen, Irving B K-pUn. Eli Kamn. Dr Maurice K It Tom KraviU, Ralph man. Marvin W Lewis, Milton Malakoff. Phi! Meldon, Aaron NewKen I >ka. Murray Olil (Or I Ph ret MrAlfred \ I • Dr ties i. Ii %  Abe Scl Siegt Sai Stein, Max W iti Ben Zim:: I A mon The ind-up" will be climaxed struct ... N 7th. at 3:301 the par) %  %  ... x unusual celebration program lor thioccasion Unique in architectural de-ign. awell ain engineering and con struction feature-, the new -aiic tuao h aattracted nation-wide Interest The national Jewish Tercentenary celebration will u-e a working model replica of the new Temple in itexhibit ot modern architecture at itdi-pta) in the Jewish Museum in New I'orfe CltJ National architectural have pubh-hed photographand detailed description ot .t-hell iike sanctuarj and ot ittarian layout Cornerstone laying has been set |< r Dec 12. and completion tor the Bpnni ol 1^55. in tin urtion exercises Society to Meet There will be .< regular meeting cif the Dynamic Psycbologit ciety ol Greater Miami >>n Friday Id 22 8 30 p m at the home ol Mr and MrM< nroe Gelb 810 Paradisio. Coral Gables l>r Moss will lecture ,,n dyna mic psychol _> .,II n lates to M ses Meyers MrBe— : ster and Mrs Elaini Moss will let the publli ; ..ram jhi ; reside.-.Dad* County Soc;e--. find Put .-.: : : BSCSBhl ;.;:_isse* w;th Victor I. E -~ designed '.o bMOT%  pesse:H |o '.XC. c: the D<:de r?A speaken ru has scheduler itsrsax] 1M ::~ -~s. Ebe: .s rhairrnc %  Floral Arrangements Will be Shown at Meeting %  M '•i % %  %  '• nt Sinai Hospital Met • led by the will at newts MrI0S5 NW !28th ter will b,. the hostess Nepkrosis film to be Shown N rm^n Bruce Brown \ *"V Will pre-ent a filni. • %  • • %  nag %  N • 27th, 8 P m Club l*t? .rd J • diatneui quesLucia di bnimi'miiiiir by C.aetano Donizetti. Mr Bitter will conduct the orehe-tra in a performance of Symphony No 1 in I minor. Opus 68. b\ Johannes Brahms, the Sorcerln Apprentice by Paul Dukas. and Prelude to Afternoon of a Faun bj Claude Dctsaaa] Mi— GibaoCi ma born and reared in Staten I-land. N Y and like her father, wanted to be an engineer But the mellifluous coloratura voice, which she inherited from her mother, inevitably brought her into musical circles. She made her operatic debuts with the San Kranci-co and Cincinnati Opera Companies in 1953 and has -ince appeared with Maestro Arturo To-caniiu. the Denver Symphony and on concert tour1 throughout the nation A regular performer with the Kirestone and Telephone orch es t ras Mi-(iihson Will this year alto -tar in a con cert version ol Cosd fan Tutte at Washington, I> C, as part of the bl-centenniel celebration honoring Wolfgang AmadoUa Mozart The Universit) of Miami Sym Membership Luncheon MrMartin Goldstein, member-hip chairman ol the Shaloma i H :..--ah. announc %  •> to be held on 0 29 1 pm at the Km press Hotel In chat n-ena • are Mri lein and Mrs. Larrj Mitl tarkart l,km phony Orche-tra. in iu esghc maining programof tb ItH] season, will present such ing musical arti-tas Erw violinist: Eugene Istomit. pi Eileen Farrell dramatic Michael Rabin \ lolim-t; Zw cescatti. violoni-t. Cbudw pianist: and Jan Peerw Met tan Opera A--<>ciation tew On Mar 13 and U Stokowski will be gue-t with the lymphom >irthestr Cocktail Party Due Eleanor Roo-evelt HasM < B"nai B'rith Women will i prospective memberit 1 1 party on Wednesday. Oft! p m at the home of Jtn I Serkin. 720 Anastasu. Cord I hieMrH Marks ..r. dumi information Membership Dritre North Sh Centtrt ber-hip drive tiegins Fmtty.' 22. 1:30 p rr at the hoaedl Max Krou-e '400 Allison rd' en in the North Short ma I eated in Jomtng the orpaa were nrgi "^ ^* an announcement tkaiseall bj MrAllen Acker. I fttfotfso*' comtmarton SCHOOL aWaaer %  ataKKAITOt nstU COUidt Pt£P •* Am t ri t mm Scb—h —4 CWIe^j Atitilitm Harvest Festival will Card Party Sunday w """ mn'sar d a card partv on Oet .4 T p m at Oiinr-jn ,^ r Pr.*he not give gn-t I W" All of u-raour goal the attainment of I unqut-tioned recognition as a nation among aat w.,r!d Jewry and of European Jewry in the < none of us certain in our statuacitizens ani net object to Dr (ioldmann obsen., : \ smugncea; nor go we cringe for fear of infl*' W< tnply reiterate our present and accepted p> want no ohfu-eation in that regard Lsrael I concern, but rhimust not be conful which are asm deeply devout and irrefutable •ne thu-lar haa-ked the Ameru ^ tlfshig and hiardent Zioni-t identil: Dt < .idmann make it appear as if that p>>-eruntyi Th* %  "-' -...*:' bv DAVID B. C I I T I M I 0 f V • I I C HIPSMAN ((oum" •I kh W OM rwovSAiaa IWCOIN MA* HWW* MMM. nOM* Ocaswar lg. l$4 5MSJJ



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JAY. OCTOBER 22, 19S4 *//> ffcrjtffe f their settlement in their own particr cities, will honor their local Jewish Founding lthcr> ;i n d will review their local progress rough Hie decades, if not through the centuries. American Jewry, in a word, will this year beime more historically minded than it has been at least half a century. One of the Hebrew Lies fr Rosh Hashonah is "Yom Ha-Zikaron," Ljof Remembrance, the day when the individual L is asked to examine his thoughts and deeds (the past. This Rosh Hashonah will be for Amersn Jewry the start of a Year of Remembrance, year when the entire five million American Jews be asked to examine their thoughts and deeds the past. As we start examining our past in this country fcnns this coming Year of Remembrance one can lly hope that we American Jews will count our %  in ,iwell as our gains, will take into account lr spiritual weakness as well as our material length This consciousness of spiritual inadeicy. tinsense of sin, would be in harmony with Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur idea, with the lint ol the Days of Awe. the Days of Shofar ping, the Days of Judgment that are starting the American Jewish Tercentenary cclcbraNostalgia for the days of old, longing for the H, inot as bad a feeling as it is often made to be, if it leads us to something more imporht than mere romantic yearing, if it imbues us th the desire to retrieve at least some of the llues ol the past which we find necessary for sent day living. As a starting-point nostalgia spur us on fo a study, an examination and an praisal of the past which has moulded us. From fere on we can see more clearly and more easily k.. 1 in our past is so precious for our own good, our own survival, that we would be foolish not Iretain or re incorporate it in our lives and what, I the other hand, can be discarded. Every year at Rosh Hashona the Jew in the lagogue reviews in his prayers the whole hisOl the Jewish people, beginning with AbraThe idea, of course, is to make him conscious the continuity of Judaism, to imbue him with feeling that the moral and spiritual values of -m have been in existence from the very finning and are not something ephemeral which passage of time can safely destroy. It is imSsed on us that these values have held good for ern ,i well as ancient and medieval times. I American Jewish history is essentially a history Ithe modern age. Our great community here did like must European Jewish communities, start 1 Middle Ages, when America had still to be Covered It started in a New World which was Ime to become the most technically advanced, therefore the most prosperous, part of the pre globe. Nevertheless, it would be wrong to ignore enlA-lifei? "? e 3 i8eval ^ *>Arf elements that coined 1*1 f&, it^Wfe* ,h A-rle. JewisJ commit J K u 1hC fc **Bfi f European Jews t?iXr v sr s horcs andent K. Z .„, h t,W Sh ValUCS The ^ -Pir.tual nrediSH ?' ayed an im P r,a "t Part in the life of American Jewry. not?h e J a 1 maj ri,y f Amprican Jpwr y to**y mL.n, T rS t mmiariin,S 3re *B>BBB1BIB of immferants from Eastern Europe, from Poland, Lithuimmi. By< ;'"T Kl tJkniM and -*"*-. These .mm.Krants. though they came here in large numbers two generations later than did the German Jews were much unlike the.r German predecesSOTS. They were more Orthodox in their religious observances, they spoke a medieval German dialect -Yidd.sh-which the German Jews had by this time discarded, they had hardly as yet entered into the modern world of their Gentile neighbors As they landed on American shores around the turn of the century they were still leading distinctly Jewish lives and the pattern of their lives though affected here and there by modern influences, .was basically medieval. Many of us who are old enough can still remember that life as it was brought over here from Europe by ourselves or by our parents or grandparents. It was a life which, while it may have lacked the spirit of modern scientific thinking and what many today are pleased to call civilization, made up for this lack in greater human warmth, in poetry, in innate cultural attitudes. It respected learning and spirituality more than money and material success. Many of our Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, deeply imbued with Jewish religious feeling, made a brave attempt to carry on this life in the New World. But under the impact of American conditions, particularly as life developed in this country after World War I. their attempt did not on the whole succeed Today even the purely religious life of Jews in the United States, accommodating itself to the spirit of the age and of the country, is woefully lacking in depth and vitality. As we now start our Tercentenary celebrations, as we begin our fourth century of existence as a community on North American soil, we Jews in the United States should ponder our own history and the history of Jewry as a whole and ask ourselves: Haven't we gone too far in some ways? Isn't it time for us to retrace our steps and re-embrace some Jewish values—perhaps even some Jewish customs and rituals—that may serve our own spiritual well-being in this as in other countries? Our re-examination during this Year of Remembrance when we celebrate an important milestone in our history should perhaps take the form of this central question: Have we gone too far in discarding our Jewish religious-ethical self discipline? Were we wise in discarding the rigorous discipline of the old Orthodoxy with all its rituals, commandments and prohibitions, without substituting another sort of discipline to give our lives that spiritual direction which our Orthodox, medievalminded ancestors had? We Jews who had always thought of ourselves as God's chosen people, as "a kingdom of priests and a holy nation" whose purpose in the world was to set an example of righteous living to others, surely cannot escape a re-examination of this problem during this year when we will be so often reminded of our Jewish past and of our future destiny among the nations. oon Named Vice President of Mercantile National Bank on Beach pard Broad, president of the eantile National Bank of Miami eh. recently announced the Won ol Anthony Vroon, of Papa, \ .1 as a vice president of 'eantile National. Vroon assum"W post August 1. Be bank official has had wide Brience in general banking, spelling in commercial, industrial mortgage loan fields, Broad vroon rose from clerk to first I" 1 "lent and trust officer of Prospect Park National Bank arson in a 17 year-career in Ijring the -30a, his work in remixing the bank's mortgage F 1 1 '" liquidating doubtful M and real estate acquired Plgh loreelosure, brought the Pi'"' Park National special Oendation from the ComptrolDt 'he Currency. Mnng a leave of absence, he p'Pated in setting up the administrative and financial structure of the Chase Aircraft Corp. of New York, manufacturers of cargo A*fli*r Vr* gliders, after which he returned to the Prospect Park National to again assume direction of the trust and loan departments. Later Vroon became vice president and general manager of Shotmeyer Bros. Co., of Hawthorne, N.J., a realty holding concern, interested primarily in the development of petroleum products outlets, but continued as a consultant to the Prospect Park National. He became vice chairman of the Oil Industry Information Committee's division of American Petroleum Institute for the state of New Jersey and received the Institute's silver award for meritorious service to the petroleum industry. Vroon is a former member of the American Institute of Banking. Mortgage Clinic of New Jersey, of which he was secretary treasurer for 10 years and will move with Mrs. Vroon and their six children to make his permanent home on Miami Beach. Women Voters Schedule Local Political Affair Political affsir is scheduled by the League of Wdmcn Voters for Monday, Oct. 25, at North Beach Elementary School. 711 41st st., Miami Beach, from 3:30 to 9 p.m. Exhibits and booths have been arranged to show how the government lunctions. A voting machine will be on hand for demonstration purposes. A continuous series of skits, panel discussions, speakers and movies, all aimed at giving a capsule course in good citizenship, are on the program. Dr. G. R. Serino, of the Government Department at the University of Miami, will be principal speaker. Industrial Bank Becomes Commercial Greater Miami's newest commercial banking house, the Industrial National Bank, had its formal opening last week. Expanded not only in banking structure but in its physical quarters, the new bank is located at 46 W. Flagler it, where it has operated since 1934. The bank expanded its operation under a national banking charter issued recently in Washington. With 40.000 current customers and resources of S31,000.000 Industrial National will become Greater Miami's 23rd commercial bank. It has been the Industrial Savings Bank of Miami. But the bank will continue to place "strong emphasis'' on savings accounts, according to Leonard L. Abess, president. Industrial's new services will include a checking account department, a trust department, and commercial time and demand loans. Industrial was acquired by Abess and Baron de Hirsch Meyer in June, 1948. The Abess-Meyer association also resulted in the organization of the North Shore Bank, the Miami Beach Savings and Loan Association and the Federal Title and Insurance Co. Abess. a resident of this area for 25 years, is a member of the American Institute of Accountants, the Florida Institute of Accountants and the Dade County Society of Certified Public Accountants. He is senior partner of the accounting firm of Abess, Morgan, Altemus and Weinberg. Abess' civic affiliations include the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Mt. Sinai Hospital, Miami Beach Rotary, Variety Club, Opera Guild. Biscayne Bay Masonic Lodge and Miami Elks Lodge. Abess and his wife, Bertha Marshall Ungar Abess. and children. Linda. Marcella and Leonard, Jr.. live at 5101 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach. Tercentenary Forms History Information Office in* New York NEW YORK — The American Jewish Tercentenary Committee and the American Jewish Historical Society have jointly established an Office of Historical Information to facilitate research in connection with the Tercentenary observance, it was announced here. Under the direction of Dr. Hans Lamm, the Office of Historical Information will be located at the offices of the American Jewish Historical Society, 3080 Broadway, New York 27. N. Y. Functions of the Office of Historical Information will be to provide answers to factual inquiries from various sources directed either to it. to the national Tercentenary Committee, or to the American Jewish Historical Society, relating to American Jewish history; distribute research and educational materials of a factual and historical nature for use in connection with the Tercentenary; assist in programming for the 1955 observance of "Jewish History Week; and carry out research and factual checking as a service to the National Tercentenary Committee. Dr. Lamm, a historian with much experience in Jewish community organization both abroad and in the United States, came to New York from Scranton. Pa. Alter completing his studies at the University of Kansas City and Washington University, he received his doctorate in Jewish historiography at Erlangen University in Germany. Our Readers Get • | This Calendar treet All Hebrew And English Dates For 24 Years, 1931 To 1855. Yahrscit And Bar_MiUvah Dates At | A Glance I Special Seaboard Rates to Continue Seaboard Air Line Railroad announced this week that its reduced summer round trip coach fares between Miami and Washington and points beyond will be continued to November 15. The reductions, initially put in for the summer season on May 15. were intended to expire September 15. However, according to W. J. Ficht. general passenger agent for the line in Miami, "the volume of our summer coach travel to and from Florida has exceeded anything of the kind in the past, and we are extending these fare reductions in order to give late season vacationers the same transportation economy." On the reduced fare basis, typical examples of Seaboard's 30-day* limit round trip coach fares from Miami are: Washington $46.45. Baltimore $49 15. Philadelphia $55 55. New York $61.61. Boston. $77.19, plus tax. Tickets of this class are good nn all Seaboard trains, including the streamlined Silver Meteor and Silver Star upon payment of a nominal charge each way for reserved seats. "We are happy to extend these reduced fares." Ficht added, "and to continue our summer vacation program including our HospitalityHour—serving coffee and Florida orange juice in the dining cars each afternoon to passengers with the compliments of the Seaboard —distribution of free sun tan lotion, travel budget meals and other niceties, as well as the services of a Registered Nurse and Passenger Service Agent on the streamliners." The new edition of the calendar! AH Hebrew and English dates from 1931 to 1955. All Jewish holidays to 1964. 1 This publication ha* arranged with one of tur advertiser* to secure for our readers this lateat edition of the famous 24 Year Calendar at no cost. For a free copy, just write a post-card or letter to:— /a J. HIINI CO., D.pl. J2 fllliburah 30, Po. Canadian Chamber of Commerce Urges Immigration MONTREAL (JTA) — "An energetic, aggressive immigration program" was urged in a report issued by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, which revealed that in the first six months of 1954. m-TOS Immigrants entered Canada, compared to 78.336 for the lirst nix months of 1953. Jewish immigrants | numbered only 786. The report i stressed that Canada should obtain a population of 30.000.000 by 1!'73. which cannot be reached either by natural growth, or through the present flow of immigration of approximately 130.000 annually." The Canadian Chamber of Commerce maintained that increased immigration "creates more jobs and more homes and raises the standard of living."



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PAGE 10 A +Jmistncr****r FRIDAY. OCTOBtJ. Emergence of New Refugees Questioned By RINNA GROSSMAN The • '-: % %  (tempts ith haI a ,,\ I SUI %  the least t] truth about the Art \. tuation %  %  -.ainly 1 e the n Works A] I %  -' -••-.%  ... \ • %  \ • Al %  Cress --ss Israel S %  N s • ,h "' of thisuffering has %  wn to I Israel cop f re • re t state des to be f i in ft k k. hun>:r> and ob I (he -.11 in S vice .-"'1 personnel T v -s wist, it thai %  %  I l> But i si | : %  ... %  %  -• .. %  %  •' St • Shelborne Lists Extensive Additions [ Ii Iirst roof g UN Theme Featured At Women's Meeting ; NT al the v Jewish Congress will ^Kiers Hotel on Moop.m ted Nat ns will be theme ol the mVetii \ technicolor film, shown ntribul ons to chil will be pre ; There will be short inly Mrs Maners Bet man, esecutivi ol < h l N \-. iciation ol Gn ater Miami Mr. \ • ; %  ;.. imer Meyers will k< r ON THE $ c Proceeds for Hospital ,r ot the QU ol ilosis h is in and %  200 East Flagler -t • al 12 30 P m P reds will be donati Stempel. | this week Mrs l-i • %  Mini K. it Proceeds for LendA-Hand i. .. andon t 24. 10 a.m : Teen Age Event Set At Gables Center %  Center will be l .• .' lewisfa %  • %  s '• N v %  Myrtle Grove Estates Water Plant to Open THE SCOURGE OF THE SWASTIKA: A Short History of Nazi War Crimes. By Lord Russell of Liverpool. 259 pp. New York: Philosophic*! Library. $4.50. By HILARY MINDLIN Rusanll of l.iwrpool. formerly Deputy Judge Advocate General Bnti-h Army of the Rhine ..nd legal advisor to the Command, r :n chi.f in respect of all ol German War criminalin the BriTi-h Zone of occupation, hawritten a (actual, well-organized account ol Natl atrciticand heof International Lav The I calm unimpa—loncd ren ; the bnr nut onl) bj Jews, but by citizenof occui intriai nriaoaan ofujr %  the Allied • d I • suck, need not h stirred up the furor wh.ch Bnti-h r.ru ed a f I %  publin from Bnti-h government %  impairment of • were un The tune of the book iircite. but to rt. and readers looking (or the terr.' 'rending details of The Black Book" will find thian indictment with a %  • needed now The nation which tw'.ce in 25 >ear. the world in a •he ri-e German) i breadth „f > .. r prew !" Mrength and faM b, e ranking powers w„f J, of her form.r lu-.c'-. tni high gcwrnmemeZf fooh-h to think that thi rationale which march* m land. Austria sod Franc,! terminated trillions in j JJ to remember-h.-.h^oer^!' wathat %  %  3 ward Jew society repr. 1 moral ar %  Jtnjsls ber of tl • a ran Tea si' I^-rri p, .:-ea :i it It :i damning : ADi Asks for IrtvestigaTten Of FUricfe Cress VlAVIi .T \ —The Act: Deiaautson Leatjue of B~maj B'nth ed this week -.ha: it has asked for a fi"sap* and fall investigation of an ot bre ak of cross braing* over the past five —stkts is various parts of Flonaa. Cross bu r aiugs are barred by Fiends Statsr.e* Is a "etu-r aa fjajanaq Genera! Rieb arc W Emt of Fionda. Saafaed V Swerdiaa. FWoda Stale ADL are acts of artesapted itiaaidatioti. rooted in hatred aad mtt4erae.ee. whach esay lead to farther vioaesMe aad d^raptsoa The aarestagatjaa ot* these acts ought p a u per t > to uv a deterauaatiaa as to whether they hareheea a/crated by amj lyaafaad haat I • \ .... • room capI explained r— -i.r.t I con tained ;n the aaaaaacea Kl:r. J that a dining ter race. o\ cricking the oeeaa and to be called the Con>tella(ion R.>of is aow being built at the She: bora*. "We already have a Star Rooas—a private banquet hall, he e\plaiced. The new pool w ill be of OI> mpic sue of white tile ith blue trim aod will be surrounded by newcabana area of steel and concrete Rising in the center of the play area will be a glass column atop whscb will be a dance studio An oceaafront esplanade ibesag constructed which will give access to the Constellation Roof froas the beach area At pool le\el. aa oat door d using terrace will ac1.000 persons (or dhsach N Blackstone Flower Shops Enlarge Organization %  at the H %  Miaari Beach The-*main t:\e -. ur der Black-' anagement. ac eonhag t„ Mr ^.< MrE here M n-.e ten > rir under then aaav •geJBOM are -hop* in the Hollv •ood Beach Hotel, ia Mum: and ir. th.' Black-tone Hot,! where they initially began in bu-iMiami Section Offers Drama Workshop Course Is I'm r-hip pro\ • %  -mg to -. -hop .. .. \ •. J '. H %  %  %  A: Irtrc-r.urals To be Discussed • %  : XI at 8 pi | ediH -man. aniheld eacr teen age Center mean paan %  e presently being or Canned among Center groups and interested individuals, and the first group to be officially entered is the Roosevelt La^dge 177. Knights of Phxthia-. Palace of Princes of S>ra cuse The double round robta schedule will begin in the middle of November and cuhaaaate in and March Joint Program Due Corr: -: i | threi I hy th. mum';. >' '*! r %  i day atat th< T a%e Radio Scries Resusej I Carnival ::: '•'e' ( \ Dr. Peel to be SeeeW %  jaaej at s.-Koa • • ": Pool. Raoc. 30Oh the T' .-h -<• speaker Welfare B-^ ance of the TerccalBTa^ Saturday '* %  ^| Waldorf A-• ~ : •* Boaaced b] '-*** presideoYork's Cocgregatt* rwef. oldest ev -X *** tt*. ( S Vt f*\ gatioa ia '.fc beea actrve.^ ideati* work of the J^B in 19'.: Religion Courses Slated By UM Department Rehgiou%  ea t a U — at the Cniversit> ofH hesag expanded to meet < rational need for trained directorof t***, wtfoa. reugtou, daj iraoon hool teachers and educat^nalT tants according to a special brochure issued this week by the UM Departmeat of Relipoa. The brochure natlawi a coarse tdy for Jewish stadeats at the university, prepared aad plaaarf %  a cor.-ultatoB with the Bareaa of Jewish Eaucatioo of Greater MiCirihaauoa • W*rf Courses sa Hebrew Hebrew the ahareau a: Bible wdl to aii*^ the four year %  ** The Bare*. ^** tsoaiso rt taw" 1



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Liv OCTOBER 22, 1954 • < v JBfioru ee Loan Group Open Season mk o l tliM-a^ H Hr*.,wn r!h Greater Miami Jewish Lmity Center. 450 SW 16th [ on Sunday evening, Oct. 24. f n according to an announce|t by Isidore Schwartz, presi[repori "n Ihc activities of the Ljation will be presented, Scht revealed in an announce[ this week. he program <>f entertainment [include Mrs. Sonya Weiss, volt, accompanied by Mrs. Riva (in the mandolin; Israeli <,„ by Jeffe Rosenthal and Lev Saal; and Cantor and Mrs. Kiel Lutman, of Beth El Conhat ion Charge of the affair is Mrs. tude Injun and a committee lostesses. o ii i i .-, r i -JeWlstlFlMrirttor, PAGE 11 A C S WILLIAM ROGER .DAVIS SI, 1.1 101 I Ml, ., \| imliit-i. ,l>.-.l UgJSj^.. h Arltiur fii.l .fun,. H Mm. „n,| T rv >.„, ,,i „„, k place at Nee. Hampton, In with %  "•" %  It 1 1 I'Impel in barge ,,i i I srrangemi I ii h, ""k %  he Mi roi imi II, I,, 11 aim in Corio Stars in jparate Rooms' prmer burlesque star Ann Corio o attracting audiences to the S ,i m llirsch production of Lrate Rooms" at the Biltmore %  ousc rectins the play is Sid CasMl Jthihilarious comedy, which | the record for "longest run" Broadway, llirsch has importall-star cast inclndinK Ednar |ford. Edward Rowley and Peg%  ill! %  Mil lil. Hid. who scored a hit in Born Yesterday" with: b.ii.i Britton, the production kh closed at the Biltmore Sun|h.iI" i n held over also to ap\wtli Miss Corio in "Separate Is. O Corio, who left burlesque ral years ago, is fresh from a I in summer stock and has been |biK numerous television apances The production will run t" weeks, with matinees on Ida) and Sunday. JOSEPH FELDMAN 88, of 110 Meridian ave Miami li.. •II. il I I. I 1 I S.-i k'lcfH .in, I pi II in Brookb n, N v m, Riverside Miami i:. a, h Funeral ll in charge ,.i i,„ .,i ,,,, angenu n \r Feldman, .1 retired Hewlett Hi.is • lovei 11.11. in. .mi.. 1,, \(| from Brooklyn three 1 11 aides iiiwife, Mr.Kate 1 1 liln he leave* 1 ^ • %  sms, one in \v-1 Beai h. the %  >< hr in llrookl) n MRS. SARAH SMOTSKV 6u. who aame here 10 yean nco from Boston, died Saturdn) ..i ii %  isil BW :i.l -1 Surviving an her' husband, Abram; %  ., daughter, Mrs. i.nia white, and .1 ion, Morrlel s liurren nil of Miami; hei mother, five broth• 1and i".. slsti n B irlal took place III I!.. st,in, with local ;,l I :, liu. in, Ills by (Jordan's Miami Funeral 11 MRS LEAH KOHN ::•. of SIM 8W .Miami ,1. died sunday she came here 30 yean, HUM fi Dayton. <>. and is aurvlved by two •1.11-. EUard and Victor, two da ugh'• MrCharlotte Kline and Mis Sarah August, and i-' grandchildren sii.w.i.1 member of Temple Israel. Si 1 v •were held Monda) In riordon Mli 'hapel, with burial In Grace. 1. nd •' m..i,.i >. SAMUEL KOFSKY 61. of 7I NE lllth si Mli,, came from New York Pltj ... yean ago, died Monda) He wai a rx tired u hnlesnle fin dealer, and %  veteran of World war 1 Surviving: are his wife, M Mollle Kofaky, Miami: ami two sons, Herbert and Michael, both of New V..i k Services and burial took pi • %  e in New fork, with Beach Memorial Chapel in charge of local arrangein-. HENRY GROSSMAN %  • in 1:1-. aj n. -1 Mia ml Beai h, a retired produ, • deal, 1 who 1 ame here from New l'ork Cltj IS years ago, died Sal ;i 'I 1) Sun l> Ing \> if,-. Mrll, in 1. 11. 1 1 irossm HI. Ml ami. fnlli -mi-. Mm -. M.,\ .,.1 \\ il i am. .ill of New York, and i mil .1 dauahti r, Mi -. I!ei tie Hal %  I-. I ai Ro, kawnj. I. I NY He wai %  member <>f M .1 Beach Bran, h 692 1 W01 km. n < 'in l. .1 mi burial wen In Ni A ^". ,-U HI, Memorial Chapel, Miami I'I-.II ii. wai In %  harare ,,t local arrangi menu SAMUfcL FRIEDHEIM 1120 Km Inl ave„ Miami Beai h, foreman "i .1 i",\ manufacturing %  pany, 1 • • -1 Monda) In R hoapltal, He ram.from Brooklyn la yean ago Kurvlvlna an hit wife, Ida; i" brothera, Includlna Michael, ,f Miami Beach, and five Rlatera, Including Mis Khlrie) I;I. -.a. Miami Service* w, < hi ill In Rl> ei aide Memorial • 'hapel, Miami Beach, i|h burial In Mi. Nebo %  fiii,-i,-r\ ildman Family lys Lord Tarleton r e .In-eph Waldman family become owners of the 132Lord Tarleton Hotel at 41st r nd Collins ave. Purchase of I hotel Irom Walter and AI Ja-1 was revealed here last week.' ha-, price has been reported wroximately $1,500,000. Je Waldmans will reopen the Tarleton under the name of Iman Muridax and have an|ced planto run it as a kosher 11 the American plan. PAUL C. ROOGEN ni, i.avc Miami Beai h, died Monday, Kuneral aervlces were ii• il O P K X I Ff G Ol I OHER 2:1 • Telephone 2 8825 for Reservations C h o w. Loon II4'Sl.I III'. -1 III French Cuisine leon Abondance, Proprietor 128 N.E. 17th Street Miami, Florida Pv.^w/v>5'.<. Joseph Waliman NICK & ANTOINETTE'S RESTAURANT CASAMJNGA Real Italian Home Cooking 1624 N.E. 1st Court Phone 82-9375 • ,V Ui ," n B N '' % %  >' .Mi.m.i Beach W .Hodgl 11. a 1,. |fl nan, tn> Dr. Feldman Dead at 61 Dr. .lugopli t'ofdman, prominent Palm Beach physician and Zionist, JOSEPH KESSLER "'all men hai I died Tueada) al ll NW '.Hi nl He cam. I i ergon, N .1 flvi i.-.,,. ogSurvlvlng ii North Dr. Feldman later became an eye. ear, nose and throat specialist. He was 61 years old. Funeral services were conducted 'h. l l n M.M,w'' l Mi-'ViV,',:.. K ';'.. ,,'''',''' I l)y Rabbi Max Landman. with in• %  •ii-. Ro) .ui.l Arthur, and "Vrother! I tennent at Hillcrest Cemetery, '^^.-.n-'M;;,;,,,-,;.;;:.:,-''' 1 '' 1 1 : West Palm Beach. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HKREBY OIVKN IMII ralgnod, deali ing to ens %  .n iiHln, mil'!yi iii ( 4irstiii.n • ini^ml fn i % %  • ilii n., HI. h nil i "HI U nl i he • 'n,-ml < inn 1 ni I • %  i County, l ini l,l.i. I'AL'UNK WESTON i;.\I.Ai:.\X Hmx iiiuii IIK.NB.1 NOUTON AI torn,) fin Applicants 1043 He) bold Bldg. in %  :'-:':• — ll/a-iL' u ABRAHAM WERTHEIM IS, -f 736 Al,l,..ii ave Mi. I:. ,. i, a 'IBII-I nun il,,, of Miami llnach %  ilka Lodge ism. died Wednexdii ronvaleacenl home Mr. Werthelm. a 1 l>ro|M Hi owner foi : rumlng r New V.nk city, iBUI -' vlved by ,, daughter. Mra. I Ham he Rlmler %  > Miami r...,, i, RUM wrvlcea were held Wedneaday nlghl in Rlv, i I'.' M m .?' %  hanol, Mi..,,,, Beach. Burial followed in New fork, MILTON WEINMAN % %  Maliv man ami Miami |:,i,,i, real, [lent for IS yeara, oming from IMttabuigh. died Wedneaday al inhome, -' i > Bay r,l. sin i lying are hiwife, Evelyn; three daughtera, Miaa Janice Weinman. Miami Beach; Mm Marlon Hchafer, t^ulaville, K\ ami MiSandra Roaenswelg, Pittaburgh; H hrnthera, Including Jack, ol M ami Beach; tin,, -i-i,.-. Including Mrs Roae Quak) and Mrs. Jean Markes both of Miami Beach; ami three grandchildren. Kei ices were held In Rl eralde Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial in llttaburgh. DAVID BROWN •'.I. "f 140 NW I.'IIKI at., r, tired n uaii al • In.. I...-, died Wedneada) In .. hoHpital 11 '•• fiimi New York -i\ v,-.nMr, Brown is aurvlved bj bin Ife, Lillian. ,i Ron, All in, Nl W V.-i k • 'ii> ; a daughter Ml Mai Mi n FYledman, ,.| Miami, ami -. vcral 141 nndchlldren. Hervicea and burial "ill be in New York with arrangementa by Beai h Memorial ("hapi I. MRS. ESSIE PEYSER 71, of ?n| lllli -I Miami Reai li. died Tl 1.11 in 11 hoapltal I -• 11 • %  mil burial win be In New with the Reach Mei 1 Chapel in charge ol local ai Mra. Pi e to Miami fi nm New York two ii-aiago. Sin I ana nephew ami a niece 111 Ml .Merrill Island For health, happiness, security. A garden tract with fishing, hunting and ocean bathing, halfway between Jacksonville and Miami on East Coast. Free booklet. J. i. BLAIN, 810 Olympic, Bldg., Miami, Fla. Brokers Cooperate. Survivors include Mrs. Feldman, who is prominent in Hadassah work, and a son, of Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. New Music Series Joseph Mooney this week announced a series of concerts beginning Nov. 8 and to be presented in auditoriums throughout the Greater Miami area. Under the sponsorship of the City of Miami Beach, the series will present Cantor Philip Brummer, of Temple Emanu El, in programs featuring liturgical and operatic music. IF YOU SUFFER DA I U "fneAOACtte rfm § IT NEURALGIA get of HEADACHE NEURALGIA NEURITIS RELIEF wil/i The way thousands of physicians and dentists recommend HERE'S WHY Anocin is like o doctor's prescription. Thai is, Anocin conioins not just one but o combination ot medically proved active ingredients. No other product gives faster, longer-lasting relief Irom pom of headache, neuritis, neuralgia thon Anocin Tablets. Buy Anadn lodoyl Holiday Greetings To Our Many Friends and Patrons Italian iwavdenn SERVING FINE ITALIAN FOOD Also Your favorite liquors and Wines PHONE 84-7759 7444 BISCAYNE BLVD. GREETINGS Office Phone 9 8138 Home Phone 65-1126 OPPEY'S AUTO REPAIRS GENERAL REPAIRS All mokes of Cars 160 S.W. 1st STREET Oldest, Largest TV Service Organisation in Miami Serving all the Public Promptly DAYS NITES SUNDAYS HOLI0AYS S80S S.W. Eighth St. Sales Service Rentals T R A TV M0 • 7 2574 11 M I In ,| M anlwer 83.H 67 %  fSJDOLLAR DIHNfRS IN TOWN EVERY DAY' SMITTY'S tt S8J c S ou& DINNERS COPPER *F ASSTC utmms.msmMk I/.-.-., AO i VIGITABLfS CMOICI Of KETTLE JL I"""**, HOT ROLL!. iUTTU. %  • %  % %  nmlMT, TIA 0 COSH! <775 NW. 7th AVE • OPEN EVERY DAY 11 A.M. 8 P.M. Compliments af Ell ll \ssi \ s BSSTAUKACT On Th Trsill Specistliiing in Corned Beef ond fmtUimi SgnstsviehtS W. th STRUT PHONE 13 0*56 StASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH ftltNDS Serving Greater Miami for Over 40 Yeers K AWNING AND VENETIAN BLIND CO. INC. 54S N.W. 22nd STRUT PHONE 2-1731 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS SEASON'S GREETINGS Cliff Liadgren Lindgren Plumbing Company Contractors — Repairs — Service 1645 N.W. 17th AVENUE PHONE 65-8431 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA To Al.l. TO WHOM THK8K PltKSK.VTs SHALL. COMB, QREKTINGU: \v li. 1 ,-i,s. 1 'IIAIll.KS WEINBERi;. MIAMI BKACH, Fl.oltn ,.v MrniiKi. p. MIL 1.1:1:. MIAMI BKACH, FLORIDA STANLEY B RICHARD, MIAMI BEACH, FLORII'A rli,l mi the 16th da) of June, A.D, l:J2. i-.ius,. in be in. .,i-|H,i;it,-.i under iii^ provlaiom of Chapter 808, not U Statute*, QARDNER MANORS, IXC, n corporation, wan lis prlnoiual place nt i.usin.-ss at MiHini. IHIU,'mini in the Slat,,ii Ploiida, and wh< 1 the MUH KIK.1,1,-1 -. ni sui ii I-.II (...ni; 11 •liil mi Hi,itih day of October, A 11. i'.i. cause to ifiled in the office of th.. Kei-retary of Mate of the State • if l-lnii,In. 11 Consent of :•!! the sim ;.holders under the provision* of -.ii .if >i.ii. 1I1...S hereto certifs to the • going and that he is sal xfied liiai the requTrementa of law hava beet iili.-M with, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, f inn,hereunto set my .IIKI h.i\,Bbffixed the • : Seal of the State ol 11" .it T.illahasaee, 1 he '• tills the FouiI.. 1 ^11 da) 1 > rctober, A l>. l'.'-M. R, A. OR \ V. s,-. retary of Sts • KRAI.) I" 22 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tl I ALL Tl 1 wilt >.M THESE II ENTH SHALL COME, UREETINOri: \\ ll. I •-.!>. CHARLES WEINBERti, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, .11 ISEI'H II 1 iARl IN 1 K. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA BTANLEY B RICHARD MIAMI BEACH, l"l.ol:il'A did mi the 7th da> of Jul), A.D %  .1 uae i" be Incorporateil unde 1 ns ..f 1 'hapter Bi • Fin L al it, (1 \l:ii.M-:i: ESTATES. INC., 11.1.11 inn. with Its principal pi • %  •il bualne .11 Miami, Dade in ill. State of Florida, and wh, • the sl... kln.lil.-i "f sin Ii 1 111 pom 1 did "ii Hi" 111I1 day ol l> tober, A 1 1954, cause to be filed "> the nffl, r>f the Secretarj "i State ••( the State of I'l.niii.i. .1 Consent "i ill the holders uiiii. %  the provlslona of ta Chaptei 108, Florida Statutes, shewing the dissolution >>i such corporation Mow, therefore, the Secretary <N, MIAMI BEACH, FI.ORII . :.i Inin,-ni I,..i ;,|i-l IIIslnnH "i 'hapter W>8, I'. M 1: y CO IN'VKS I'M ENT CORP., INl' .1 corporation, Ith pi in, 11,,.i |,i,i,. ,,r business al Mlnmi Bench, Dade County, In the State .111 1 hereas the proper 1 -in-h "inorattnn did on 1 IBth da) f October, A P 1851, ou -to be t lied in the offl 1 I he Se. 1 1.11 \ ul State nf the si..'-il Flo* %  -'->a ilnh .uiiii, in %  it. ii resolution .ni .1 1. the stockholders untlei th .if sni.i Chaptc •. 1 i" Statutes, siiii^iiin the dlasoluthsn of urporal on \.u. therefore, the Secretary of Ines hei eb) 1 ei til 1 < % %  the 1 going .imi thai he is satisfied that 1 requirements "f las ha ve bei tl 1 Piled with. IN WITNKSS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set m) I %  and have sfflxed the 0 %  Seal "f the State of Flail .it Tallahassee, the 1 'an this the Fifteenth da) •>('•1..1..1. A o I'.'.'.l. K A. OR iv. St tary of Stati. -1 \i.) 1" :'•-' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE IS HEREBY <; I \ EN I the undersigned, desiring i" ntncn baslnrsn under the fictitious nsrm • IJI n. UMA.N'S SERVICE ST VTH IN :I::T '.I-I sii-,-,-i. Miami B, actt, I Ida, Intends to register said name a ll 111. I "I. 11, "I tin • 'ili'Ult 1 '"in 1 "' I' l< County, Florida 11 \I:I:V QOLBMAN PAl'L i:ol.OMAN M MfK SILVERBTtlN Atlorne) for Applicants 120 Lincoln Road, Miami !' %  • ai h. l'l %  1" 1:, 2JIS 11 %  ">



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Jliewviislb-IEIIiDiciidliigiin JMIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1954 SECTION B! ongressional Medal Winner Says Reds Will be Vanquished JEW YORK — Benjamin Kaufj), f ne of the two surviving wint s ,; ih' Congressional Medal of l nc r i Jewish faith, told a Connie n.il committee investigating nmunist aggression that he was gin that "the Communists, alii', trong and threatening, will %  defeated testifying on In-half of the JewWar Veterans of the United %  i America, of which he is > executive director, Mr. till.'..in pointed out that the fcnmunist man is lacking in the \ i spell the difference beVn eventual triumph and deIt He has no soul. His spirit is %  leu. In his heart there is no hpttfion." H< kl the committee, holding inn;:hire in the Federal Court (u„ Foley Square, that the Jewi w. r Veterans have never, since nr inception in 1896, entertainillusions as to the real in-' tent of Communism. The JWV, he said, repeatedly warned the American people to beware of this "cancerous idealogy" as "nothing more than another scheme to entrap the body and soul of man in the shackles of slavery." He pointed out that the JWV was "never fooled by the Communist propagandist who glibly extolled the tolerances of Communism with respect to races and religions." He said, "We knew that, from the beginning, religious freedom behind what has come to be known as the iron curtain, was a myth, just as it is today." Mr. Kaufman told the committee of some of the positive programs undertaken by the JWV to educate its members and all Americans as to the "dangers and pitfalls of Communism." He cited JWV's sponsorship of forums in major cities to give the [iami Woman Attends Meeting With Dr. Einstein ami woman recently spent ; uting afternoon with Dr. Al-1 Ein-tcin Mrs. Oida Rubin, of }1 North Bay shore dr., attended i in behalf of the Ameri U ot the Hebrew L'niliii> i Princeton, N.J., on Sept. and heard the world famed ^ili> atician • physicist declare l-r.iel was '"the only place on 1h where Jews have the possibilto nape public life according |thi traditional ideals." |lrRubin, president of the Mter Miami Chapter of the %  Fnends of the Hebrew pvi ity, earlier received a pertation from Dr. Einstein attend the meeting. "The He ew I niversity has been very i my heart for many years," wrote "It is to discuss how we [America can best participate in rebirth of a great university m inviting you, together In selected group of Jewish kill ID be my guests at a lunchplanning conference." fii' lentisl spoke at the closing session of a two-day meeting, opening a $10,000,000 drive in behalf of its building program. Two hundred Jewish leaders pledged $2,620,000 at the conference, according to Mrs. Rubin. Present quarters of the university on Mount Scopus have not been used since 1948, when Arab Israel hostilities broke out, and 3,000 students are now studying in makeshift quarters "Princeton was wet," Mrs. Rubin said. "The skies were dark and grey. But inside, there was warmth and color in the quaint Nassau Tavern where we met. Dr. Einstein*s silken hair, his soulful eyes and his ^oft-spoken voice were awe in spiring. "More than this. His sympathe tic consideration created an aware ness of the grave responsibility of everyone present through his warm and spiritual message. Dr Einstein made us feel personally aware of the responsibility of Israel's only university and aware of the needs of the students." entire Communist issue a "full airing" and shed some light on the I methods Communism employs to! filter through the crevices of Amer ican life. He said that JWV nation\ al headquarters keeps up a con-; slant barrage of material exposing the Communist conspiracy throughout the country and participates fully with all other veterans groups to maintain a solid front against Communist manifestations. In this regard, he said, the American veteran, stands head and shoulders above all-other groups in the fight against Communism. Warning against those who "put self-ambition above national inter-1 est." Dr. Kaufman stated that "to utilize the very methods and ap-j proaches of the Communists in combating the evil, can serve no useful purpose and will make of | us the same monsters we despise." j He assured the committee that JWV "true to our traditions are waging constant battle with Com-! munism, fighting it out; as all Americans should, in the boxing ring of ideas, not only destructive-1 ly but constructively." "The secret of fighting Communism efficiently." he said, "lies in j exposing the motivations behind i Communist thinking, exposing the! cold-blooded calculations that lie behind their every move." Knding his testimony on a note of optimism, the winner of the na-. tion's highest military honor said. "I am certain that our children and j grandchildren will one day be able to walk about in a world where freedom will stand entrenched in | every hemisphere and Communism will be just another totalitarian idu whose fallacies and falsehoods Wan discovered in the nick of time." Mr. Kaufman won the Congres-. sional Medal of Honor in World War I. during which he was decor-, ated by every allied country for heroism above and beyond the call of duty. He has been national exec-1 ative director of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, the oldest veterans' or ; ganization now active in the country, since 1947, and is also a past j national commander of the organ-1 ization. Philip M. Klutznick. president oi B'nai B'rith, and Mrs. Henry Monsky. of Los Angeles, member of the national Hillel Commission, discuss the Hillel program on behalf of Jewish college students during a recent annual meeting of the commission of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations held at the Henry Monsky Foundation's Camp B'nai B'rith, Starlight, Pa. 64-Year-Old Scholar Gains Medical Degree NKW YORK (WNS)-Sixty-four-, year-old Dr. Louis Perlman, believed to be the oldest interne on rec-1 ord. started his new career with ; a bang this week when he deliver! ed six children during the first j few days of his internship at Beth David Hospital. Perlman has been a student virj taully since his childhood. He holds i nine university degrees, among I them a doctorate in jurisprudence. Most of his life he worked as a translator and chiropodist. In the j past 45 >ears, he worked on his j studies with amazing concentration, not taking a single vacation. He recently received his medical degree in Heidelberg. Germany, where he was graduated from the famed university with flying honors. Born in Minsk, Perlman studied at Moscow, Poland and France before coming to the United States in 1913, where he enrolled as a student at the Kron School, preparatory school on New York's East Side, whose founder, Aaron A.' *:* \'JLjk .& & t— Kron. was a noted educator devoted to Americanizing the host of immigrants who were swarming U.S. shores during the height of the European immigration wave. Perlman, like many Jewish immigrants of that time, studied at the Eron School at night, working as a buttonhole maker in a factory during the day. Among the degrees held by him is a BS from N.Y.U.. MA from N.Y.U. and a similar sheepskin from the New School for Social Research. He also holds two degrees from the Brooklyn LawSchool, an LLB and a doctorate in jurisprudence. In addition, he holds a PhD from Columbia University. He is the author of a History of Jews in German literature. a social study and a volume on Russian literature, the theme of his doctorate dissertation. Perlman told a reporter for the Worldwide News Service that before studying medicine he hoped to make a career in education, but that after stdmbling upon some difficulties in attempting to enroll in NYU for a doctorate in education he decided medicine was his salvation, recalling the attractiveness of the healing profession to Jews throughout the centuries His first move in the direction of medical pursuit, he reported, was Bdinborough, England. However, a severe case of pneumonia diverted him from his plans. Later he went to Italy, where after spending more than a year, he decided thai the language difficulty would make it inadvisable for a man of his age to enter a medical school. Instead he went to Germany. where be received the MD degree at the University of Heidelberg magna cum laude. ff.fr* /t T „ .. i_ TV •„ „\ tho sixth Zionist Conaress in Basel, Switzerland. Shown seath photograph wa. made in 1903 of the English Divis.on at the mxth omst^ J^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ,'<* center) is Dr. Theodore Herzl. father of modern Zionism, s ae. y ^ .^ Qph ^ Uoyd Wengrow> oJ 1330 13th CQ several years ago, is seated immediately alI Dr. Herzl s e ^ Accordi Q Wen g ro w. Dr. Herzl's mother ,e Miami Beach, son of Mrs. Millie Bergman Wengrow, wit* Wenqrow's brother since deceased. Persons recogsnown at his right Second from left (first row) is ^^J^m %  wi i h The Jewish Floridian. '*>n g other delegates in this historic photograph may communicate witn South Shore Committee Studies Summer Surveysouth Shore Committee of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce discussed recently the re, j suits of a recent summer tourist | survey made of Chamber members who own or operate accommodations in the South Shore area, acj cording to Burton Loebl, committee chairman. Members of the committc-e are Burton Loebl, chairman, Alfred A. Lesser, Kitty Markham, M. A. Baskin, lrwin Abrams, Jack Corbett, Jack Cook, Nat Ratner, Marcus O. Sarokin, Howard C. Boone, Alfred Stone, Chamber Governors Leo Adeeb and Burton S. Kahn.



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PAGE 2 B *~-i**nrrirUnn Mrs. Weinstein Named Community Education Month Chairman Here MrIrwin Weinstein. local com-l4| Stevens, will be dur ; a r, has been nami moron s< --. >n I itiUed nan of Community Education "On Trial, Ihe drai thirtj da) period devoti Knowing Vour Communit) Launi hing Ihe an 1 program will he several hundred repn lummunin uii-im -r %  •• %  dque educat -h <' commun ., luncheon at*••""' *' h,cn -'' v Jewu f Greater Miami ti v worm • nations The event -i: • duled for Mor Noi 1. a m to 3 p ni at the Di Lido Jack Brass, f"lk : public relations director o( the Hebrew University, will hishlieht IJ 's activ I to appear on the m are Stanlej I Myers, pn at ol the Greater Miami Jewish • n Rabbi Joseph it V, rot. ol remple l-r.,<-! .ind Dr. BenIn B i; Federation i iterative director An original f the North Shore Chanter is Mrs. George Baltuch, Care for Convalescent Wins Weinstein Award For hiattentive care in driving a convalescent passenger to and from her doctor's office. 62 year old Samuel Weinstein was selected as thiweek's winner of the courtesy award of the Miami Beach Chamber ol Commerce, according to Lao Ki-m-tein. chairman of the courtesj committee Nomination for the award was made without his knowledge by the appreciative passenger. Mr-. Jentt< Steiner, ol 1579 Meridian nee Weinstein Is married and lives with hiWife, Stella, at 1577 Mi r The award is a $25 govivings bond DJ Miami waj ann *!l hen WANT Mr and be swe if$ FLORIDA DAIRIES %  MMfjnji Vitamin "D" Ml, "Milk Products" 0cr hutciii TEL, 2-2$tl Creoter Mini Mm, Haft 0r F. Grorqe Smtlhers Smathers to Speak At Temple Meeting \ & utheast ti. giona be held Oct. 30 I M • '• i arl %  11 •• nil Temple menclubs ii 1 rotherhoi hosts to visitini Sal "lm • • I S • %  •. er at a Sui tui %  %  %  %  \ NFTB [ Nothai \ of the Union of An lebrew %  ission ol brotherhood programs and pi will follow At a clo-ing luncheon m> i Ravmond M Kuhr. pre-ident ol Ti-mple Savannah, '... will -peak on Selling Brother : and Temple The NWTB compn-e302 Re Temple Brothtth.-idwith than 53 000 members .hroughoul the I nit jnd .'i.i Select either label! They're both the same beaDsf | the biggest little symbol in Kosher Cookerf| Thereitis-prominentlydisplayed on the label of Hem Vegetarian Beans., the little symbol with the b* meaning.-.the^ approval of THE UNjgj OF ORTHODOX JL^kJ CONGREGATION AMERICA Ithat the tastiest om the Koslu-r. pari-ve brtnThey're the favorite offish fan-.,'. %  | HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS Strktly Ko' I



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: Y, OCTOBE R 22, 1954 +Jewish fltx-Min n PAGE 3 B iLOBAL SHORTS ilem Asch Arrives in nelto Say Six Weeks I-,.I WIV iWNS) — Sholrm L clebrated Yiddish novelist ,venUI literary figure, here Mn~ week. w ho inow reported to be LV'II rit oi London and who livkijami Beach for a number xpects to stay six months iii. ountry. ted Yiddish Novelist Joseph ntoshu Dies 0t 67 (F V. VOlfK (WNS) — Joseph IJojliu, noted Yiddish novelist, eek in his home here at of 67. He had been number of the Yiddish, daily, "The Day." Two HI, Opatosbu'a novels, "In Polds" and "The Last Revolt," r .,n published in English .1, 0 ns by the Jewish PublicaS ii t> of America. Ranked by itli Sholem Asch and I. J. Opatoshd was born near land, and attended school < : before coming to this i 1907. He wrote historiI ol Polish-Jewish life and gib. .J limes and later on of the eru.:i scene. His novels have in i ..nslated into many langu Arab League to Augment Propaganda Aparatus Here WASHINGTON (WNS)—A "new approach" to putting over its position to the American people has been developed by the Arab I-eague, it was disclosed here by Abdael Khalik Hassouna. t h e league's secretary general. Ad dressing a convention of the Syr ian-Lebane.se American Federation of the Eastern United States, Mr. Hassouna said that the league had decided to augment and improve its propaganda apparatus in the United States and that Kamel Ahdel Rahim, former Ekyptian Ambassador to the United States. would head the unit charged with presenting "public information programs to meet American interests." cient Israel Town earthed by Archeologists sAI.EM fWNS) — Netofa, %  nl Israel mentioned \. hernia as one ol the v. huh the Jews returned ir Babylonian exile, has n urn irthed between Bethi Jerusalem by the Israeli • cut oi Antiquity The town • % %  : %  oi activity at various im the time of the first i the Jewish Monarchy |j Aral) era (about the in CJ2.) Jewish Groups Urge Action Against Desegregation Group WSHINGTON (WNS) — Immediate measures against persons violating Federal laws by attempting to defy the Supreme Court decision barring racial segregation in the public schools was urged here this week on U.S. Attorney-General Herbert Brownefl by the American Jewish Congress. In a special mesUge to the Attorney General. Mr shad Polier, chairman of the executive committee of the American Jewish Congress, noted that the Su preme Court's decision last winter WM "one ol the most etlective Mowyet -track in this nation's struggle to maintain its democratic institutions against erosion from within and subervsion from abroad J. Palmer Purser, eight-year-old patient at the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver. Colo., shows a letter he received from President Eisenhower to Mrs. Fannie E. Lor ber, president of JNHAC, who addressed an Oct. 14 meeting of the Lorber Chapter of the Home at its annual membership tea in the Miami Woman's Club here. At present, ten. Florida children are receiving free treatment for their severe asthmatic conditions at the National Home. Other guest speakers were Mrs. Michael Pollack, of Miami, and Lorber's president, Mrs. Adele Bernstein. Chairman of the affair was Mrs. I. R. Mayers. Germans Sentenced Anti-Semitic Insults : K I iWNSi Two Gor: Frankfurt and the r D irmstadt, were given jail I hiweek BOX hurl in.; s tic insults at Jews. The wen Arno S< hneider, a chinist Who was sen 6 months b) a Frankfurt Walter Klein, a bus] w h o receh ed a live nee m Darm '."it %  r toe %  s Reported Restive der Mounting Provocations \i i:\i (WNS) —Settlers i i(d Arab attackhave ing "iron restraint in ol the continuing and unol murder and terror from" across the border. clared herein a statement n ign nil ice dealing with llong the G.ua strip. \ i-merit warned that the Is| pulation was becoming re-1 I "sorelj tried" as a result recurrent and incessant tacks and that demands Jltiplying that an end be I way or another, "to the %  d threats against their d property." Winner of 1953 Lamed Foundation Awards Honored NEW YORK (WNS) Dr. Jacob Shatzky Dr. N Brussilofl and Prolessor Z Sharfstein, winners of the i!t.">;i awards of the Louis balled Foundation for the advancement of Hebrew a n d Yiddish literature. will he honored here paid-November al a ceremony at the New School lor Social Ite-earch where each will receive a prise of *500 in the 14th annual distribution oi the BV, rds The Yiddish prizes were won bj inSatzk) and Brussiloff, the first tor his history of the lews ,n Warsaw" and the -econd tor Innovel "By the Rivers of Polesia." The Hebrew award went to Professor Sharfstein i o r his autol "aphj "There was Spring in the Land.'' Beck, Strassbuny Join Music Faculty McDaniel to Get Mizrachi Award Gertner Installed Vice President of Hospital Council Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital, was installed as vice president of the South Florida Hospital Council in banquet ceremonies at the Algiers Hotel last week. Others elected include Tracy B. Hare, of Variety Children's Hospital, president, and S. K. Bronstein, of the Dade County Civil Defense f'ouneil. secretary treasurer. Representatives of hospitals throughout South Florida participated in the installation ceremonies at the annual banquet. Gertner was recently the subject of a feature article in the summer issue of "Hospital Topics." Remarkable growth of the hospital was traced under Gertner's direction since the opening dated December. 1949. when Mount Sinai opened its door to the public with 100 beds. Today, the hospital has 258 beds and 50 bassinets and is continuing to grow to meet the expanding needs of a mushrooming community. Plans under discussion are to add 60 additional beds in a private pavilion which will be expanded to 300 beds in the new hospital. Tribute is paid to Mount Sinai's %  many loyal supporters who annual|y help make up the institution's 'deficit of between S275.000 and $300,000. The hospital is one of the major beneficiaries of the Combined Jewish Appeal conducted an; nually in Dade County by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Miami Conservatory of Music has opened its 34th year oi instruction here with two well-known Florida musica educatoradded to the staff. inPaul Beck voice coach, and Ex-Nazi General Surrenders; Was Convicted of Slander BONN (JJTA) Ernst Otto Reiner, leader of the banned neoNazi Socialist Reich Party, who Beach comp iser, have joined the faculty, accord ing •(> an announcement by Herman B, Mueller, director. Herman Mueller, in charge of the South Miami branch ol the Coi -' i vatorj. i • a—tanl to her husband-director A graduate the Vienna Conservatory, mother was concertmaster Fran/ la liar Dr. r.eck was born in Yu via and studied music ami voice in !,. Vienna and Italy, where (ice teacher was leadin I or Umberto Sacchetti. He has coached U C h tamOUS singers as Metropolitan Opdra star Guilio NEW YORK Bruce McDaniel, returning; director of the is Operations Mission in Israel, will be the 1054 recipient ol the "Annual America-Israel Friendship Aw aid' ol the Mizrachi Women's Or ation of America, it was announced here bj Mrs. Joshua L Lewis, naRoberl Strasstional president ol Mizrachi Won bjirg, Miami en. He will accept the citation at th' Keynote Session ol the forth coming 28th annual national conin ot Mizrachi Women in itl..i.:ic Citj. N.J., on Sundaj eve November ~ Mr McDaniel will be the tilth n c p.cut ol the award M hii h hi made annually since the %  tablishmenl ol the Stati ol to "thai American • i h faith who has mod effectively ed undi ship betwet n the peop i States and I i nt year." Previous award winners have I. ii:.! imes G McDonald I i S Ambassador to Israel; Gen John Hilldring. charged with I S rams in behalf of displaced Di i. ph .1 But i nite l Nal ns mediator of the her [or Samuel Gertner Hed Germany two years.ago alter e d lure with the University of Mi hiconviction forhaving -hindered ami Symphony Orchestra, and has .lews and other antl Nazi resistance Florida area who have per-l din ct sales contact with the public h.;v. been united to enroll their lio Gari, who recently appearp a | es (j ne dispute, and Mrs Eleanemployees, Jack Caesar, chal isevelt. fighters, has surrendered to Gt r man authorities Herr Remer, one time Nazi general, appeared at Oldenburg, in Lower Saxony and contributed a chapter on the "Problems of Vocal Education," to a edited by Customer Likes, Dislikes To be Aired in Lectures •'What Customers Like and Dislike In SalePeople" will be one of symposium 5 :nun %  Htupeo auiN .AeeiiA n*MNCB THAT D.iCVveMP A NW WORIP / ttVfRAL MAP.ANNOS ( -/ehft A4VO PRtreNoeo TO KCHOUHCC THSIO FAIT* '" o*t>** TO mmCAP* PK*srCUTlOM)9<6HlO ON WITH -rue cw row COIUMOU* fir vovAaa. 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PAGE 4 B +Je*islirk>rldten_ FRIDAY. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY I when Rabbi Skop will discuthe u.. kiv Portion. day morning services are at 9 a.m. | ficiatinp MinchT^ 55 ^ Richard Winer, son of Mr. and j followed |, V g_,,***l TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold late Friday evening sen e>t 8:30 pm. Rabbi David Sha piro will officiate, with LoinJ Schwartzman, director <>f the Bureau ol Jewish Education, dis\ih ances of Jen ista Education in America." Cantor Joseph W, Ualek and the Temple choir. under the direction of Rev Mordechai Haalman, will render the mus ical portionof the liturgy. An iinog Shabbat will follow Saturdaj morning services are a( 9 a n hi Sh.ipiro will discuss the Weekl) Portion. • • BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services. 8 p.m.. at their place of worship, 12201 NW 7th .,\< • TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Kridaj evening ten ten .it 8 15 p.m Seymour Samet, director of the Miami office, American Jewish Com* mittee. will discuss "Democracy and Freedom Saturday morning .-, n < i an • 11 a.m., w hen .'"( p h 1 tl "4 Mr and MrRenata Levi, will become Bar Mitzi ah Dr Jacob 11 Kaplan I WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Frida) evening services l will ol n the V New I ti ... will -: S %  I '.' : l at 11 I NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER v.'.\ hold Frida) evening IS p m with Rabl r-.tur Maurice render the Musical ; lions ol the liturgy, assisted bj the tenter Choir under the direction Lucilli M > Subject I the Rabbisermon i> scheduled as ewish Daughters of the Ameri Ri lution Satufoaj mon services ..re at g a.nv, when Rab-. bi Ok lica ill discuss th< Week Ij Portion Daily sen p m HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER h S itur• I I ; n the I %  %  TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will h ild Fn > in the topic A N H Bi i antor Albert I anbl will render the musical por• DS of the lit.: %  b\ tht Shabbal following will be under the spon: MrHurry Ber15th w. dding anniven ;ay morning sen ices an I • Rabhi H< %  dis< uss Cn tivitj •/ •• %  -.. pj will partici; %  the S • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Frida) evening 5 30 p :• Satui %  .. %  > morning u ices an IS m Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz will te and pr. Ri RuDh Brill will render the mu• MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION wi hold Fl S itur%  morning are at 8:30 with R ;ng and preaching 1> Portion ("la-in Hishi 1:49 | ktlncl • V30 pm. I' :or Ben k K, • mer will r> i mu-ical portionof the iiti. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at S M pm Saturdaj morning services are nt 9 a na Rabbi Alexander Gross Will preach on the topic "Man God's Image Mineha Is al 5:15 pm. followed bj Shalos Seudos Sundaj services are al 8 a.m with services scheduled for 7 90 a in and 5 45 p m NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridaj evening sen Ices at 5:45 p.m Saturday morning %  arc -a 8 45 a m when Ed ward, -on of Mr and Mrllai\c> Michai i-on. becomes Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Mayer Abramowitt will officiate and preach on the topR On -land Our Biblical Ontol(.antor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted bj the I enter Choir under the direction of Eli Samuels • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will conduct Frida) evening services at 5 15 pm Saturday morning serviceare at !' a.m., when Kabbi Jonah Caplan will offiand preach on the topic Human Progress iSlow Cantor Abraham Self will render the musirtions id the liturg) A i lass in Bltde lscheduled for 4 30 p m Mineha will be at 5 p m b) Shi St : th< spon sorship : Mr and Mrs • %  ISRAELITE CENTER hold [5.15 • ces will %  p.i ted I f the n will on; %  %  i IUI Youth." the DS : UII .:• V %  bath i-i h< dull I i %  irda) morning services .ire .it 8 15 a m with Raobi Malavsk) discussing the Weekly Portion Mineha will be at 5 15 p m followShal a Seudos Dall) services are al 8 a.m and 15 minutebefore wn CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Frida) evening serv• al 8 15 pm. with Rabbi Morp official ching on the topic 1 tithe Begun %  > the an d e r 11 bert Straw Satu • I MrJack Winer, will become Bar I Maariv. fiaily TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Mjtxvah, with Rabbi Isaac Ever ofa.m. and 5:45 HM Friday evening services at B p m Saturday morning services a .m Rabbi Heno Wernlek will officiate in the absence ol lUbbi Irving Lehman and preach on the > Portion Can I or Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturg) Mineha ii at 6 p m TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Frida) evening aarview al K 13 p m with Rabbi Leon Kronish Officiating and preaching the ser mon services will be dedicated to United NationSabbath Saturday morning serviceare at 10 45 a.m. Merman Wechter. -on of Mr and MrSol Wechter. will become Bar Mitzvah Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portionof the litur. • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Frida) evening sendees at! 530 pm Saturday morning services are at 8 30 I m with Rabbi ; Shmaryahu T Swirsk) officiating Cantor Fishel Lutman will render the musical portionof the liturg) Subject ol Rabbi Swirsky's sermon ischeduled as "Israel lnvinsi-| hie Mineha will be at 5 30 p.m... [oAowi d i j Shalos Seudos. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Frida) evening • %  ) morning servU ncha will I b) Shalos Vann Weihgarten will rendi r th< n u>iea ol %  BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will 1rida) evi ning sei vices .it Satu > morning serviet are al 9 .. m w hen Jerrj. son ..i Mr and MrAaron will, become Bar Mitzvah Cantor Maurice Mamches will render the musical portionot the litUTg) .lennne Gordon, Beth David education director, will officiate at the servIcei DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at tV o.m. Saturda) morning services are at 8.30 a m when Rabbi Ane Becker will officiate and preach on the topic 'The Measure of Our i [i i lass in Bible ischeduled for 5pm. followed b) Minch shaloSeudos sponsored b) Mr Mrs .i Schwartz Dail) servnd 8 p.m. • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE old Frida) eve Shalos s*^1 sen IWs Miamians Win Scholarships Two i tiolarships to the L'niversit) ol ( (.. Richard Shafron, Mr and MrM I. 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IAY. OCTOBER 22, 1954 +Jwlst IhrHrtr tters To The Editor PAGE 5 B L Th<' Jewish Floridian: J, e ,, lebrate our three hunl|, year in America and review L,!,. thai face us. we should [more the problem of mush, synagogues and self-made L, recently brought up in your Icati"" man who accepts God and [cognizing his Omnipresence [tides thai he can worship Him [here, be it a corner of his [home or a rented hall, has Led his spiritual adolescence. [ when he recognizes the gratiliin that comes from commuforship in a House of God, side de with his co-workers in the of religion, has he attained jual manhood. I. Morton's "defense" on be]of the Rabbis, pointing out (these men of learning object leetiny synagogues because Wear the loss of revenue.,is not %  table, particularly wmn' we shortage of Rabbis which is (need by the fact that local tgations have been obliged to be educators to do the work kbbis Rather do they fear the ^f potential year-round workor Judaism. Giving the Jew a be (o salve his conscience by |ns into an overnight synajteeps him away from the kized institution, where he be convinced by the Rabbi |rve Judaism year round and •A onee a year. \. Morton attacks the priests in leond paragraph, but in the he quotes Kxodus 19:6 to i for every faithful Jew the It of missions as one of the nm of priests. Past commen|explain this to be so only in [hereafter, "bo-olom habo," every Jew may be a priest. |my hope that he will accept prnmentary which points out the phrase "kingdom of must be understood in the i fashion as we would underRritain to be a "kingdom of mat-" lei's renown shall spring from peatness of its spiritual lead Hoi every Jew can claim plood The word of God spe II) points out that only the •relentof Aaron shall have Ibirili right Mr Morton's be 1? the Rabbis by saying "All lul Israel has a mission no |han Ihey," reminds me of the le defiant Korach queslu the authority of Moses and in Numbers 16:3: "The ni the congregation are all of hoi) wherefore then will itt > ourselves up above the legation ?" The Priests, Bed by God and the Rabbis, Bed by man. share in the task Uding the .spiritual life of IsThe synagogue, true to its kfohi connotation and fulfill threefold function as "bais Uses ihouse of assembly) hamldrosh," (house of stund "bais hatfilo" (house of fcr) is the place where the American Jew can-hope to find conciliation with God. Not an overnight bouse of pray er. but a synagogue. It matters little whether it be orthodox, conser vative or reformed, for it is its spiritual leadership that will determine its value as a spiritual stronghold From the same pulpit from which you hear the call to assimilate will echo words of prophetic power revealing the beauty of the traditions of our ancestors. You hear words tearing the Jewish calendar to shreds and pointing out that its months are meaningless, but from that same pulpit you recall the charge to hold on to your calendar because Pope Gregory offers us nothing more meaningful than our own December, which comes from the Latin "decem." meaning "ten," is the twelfth month; October from the word meaning eighth, is the tenth month; November should be the ninth but is the eleventh; the length of its months depended on the whims of emperors. Julius Caesar got July with 31 days, so when A ug aft us saw that he picked one witf^ few days in it, it displeased him; The Senate decreed that a day be taken from February and shifted to August. If failing wholly to accept this whirl of inconsistencies in place of our own calendar marks us as being different, then let us be different; for that seems to be the Jew's strange and mysterious mission throughout the ages—to shed light in a world of darkness, to preach faith and hope in a world of doubt and despair, to champion peace and brotherly love in a world of strife and hatred. Yes, to be out of step, but in doing so, to set a new pace for his fellow man. It is gratifying to note that the same Rabbi, who would tear the Jewish calendar to shreds, would on another occasion rise to defend the right of the Jew to claim the glory due him as God's chosen people; on the other hand, an educator who dons the yarmlike and the robe of a conservative Rabbi on the Holy days, and knows the bochar bonnu and olaynu backumis. rises and rejects the theory and tact of the "chosen people.'' It is my hope as well as my conviction thai the work of all men who labor in the name of God, be they right or wrong, will eventually lead t<> the glory of the Jewish people. NATHAN H. ZWITMAN distinguish from." Two meanings Of .segregation are "to set apart from the flock" or "to separate from others." These two words both mean the same in reality when it comes to interfering with human lives it means setting aside a certain population of Ne groea and keeping them attached to a stigma with these two words for life. Now is the time for all of us who hve in the South to live with the times We've got to give these Negro Americans a chance to advance lor the betterment of all mankind. Our government la spending billions of dollars to keep other people in many foreign countries free. Let's free our Southern Negroes from the stigma which has been attached to them since before the Civil War. Some Negroes who have helped our government advance are Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver and Ralph Bunche. There are many others who have given our government many worthwhile ideas. Our government has progressed much from all their work Many Negroes have fought and died for our country in the Armed Forces. Let's build, our United States stronger with more brotherly love and unity for all. GERALD M. ROTHBARD tioned? And could they not have advane< d our great religion an inch along the path that is to see the day when the nations "shall take hold of the skirt of him that is %  Jew, saying, We will go with you." In the name of what is alleged to be tradition and our law. the skirt of him that is Jewry person fied Itenaciously held on to and he is going nowhere. This restaurant's dishes reminds me of the unfortunate Brahman of India who is made ritually impure when the shadow of an Outcast falls on him. I imagine they do not do away with our Brahman, but prescribed a few baths and swine prayers, and the fellow becomes as good as new. LEWIS MORTON Editor, The Jewish Floridian: A restaurant is found guilty of falsely advertising its food to be kosher. It is punished according to law. Further, the spiritual leaders condemn its dishes, pots and pans —on the word of "a recognized authority on Jewish law." Must always Judaism be held back, and not be permitted forward by even a little? Have not the gentlemen heard of soaps, detergents and chemicals which cleanse utensils so (heir purity cannot be quesNephrosis Chapter Names Officers Greater Miami Chapter of the National Nephrosis Foundation in a recent meeting at its new clinic, 2343 Coral Way. elected Mrs. Henry Green president for the 1954-55 term. Herman Fisher was elected vice president Other officers elected were Mrs. William Epstein, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Solomon Goldman, recording secretary; and Mrs. Herbert Laibow, treasurer. The local chapter is now entering its second year of existence. Proceeds for Children's Village in Israel Mrs. Rachel Sakowuz, president of Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women, this week announced that the first luncheon of the season will be held on Wednesday. Oct. 27, 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William Clein, 1860 SW 4th st. Proceeds are for the Children's Village and Farm School in Ranana, Israel. Simon E. Sobeloff, United States Solicitor General, will receive Yeshiva University's annual Charter Day Award at a dinner on Sunday. Nov. 7, at the Hotel Astor in New York City. The Charter Day celebration will mark the ninth anniversary of Yeshiva's elevation to university status, to become the first American University under Jewish auspices. Sobeloff. a native of Baltimore, is a former Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals of Maryland. Find Jewish Home Life in South Africa Stronger JOHANNESBURG (WNS)—Jewish home life in South Africa is at present far stronger than in the average American home and the South African Jewish home still has a positive relationship to the Jewish religion and culture and maintains certain observances, this week declared Rabbi L. Milgrom. THIS IS A QOSP YEAR FOR mm 0il M 0U5E HEATIN Editor, The Jewish Floridian: I am against segregation. All men and women were created equal by God. regardless of color or race. Segregation is never good for us when it comes to dividing human beings. Human beings are created to work and live harmoniously together. Two words which are similar in meaning are "discrimination" and "segregation." Two meanings of discrimination are "to divide or li m > v f$L essful' was the Miami Beach Masada Young Adult Zion):strict's fourth annual Yom Kippur dance held at the Casapra Hotel recently. Pictured are (left to right) Lillian Bar is. Usurer; Gil Rappaport. 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PAGE 6 B ., R'nni H nth WASHINGTON, D. C A total "1 S253.500 in special gifts has been raised thus far for iho new B'nai B'rith Building, il was announced at a two-day conference <>f the B'nai B'rith Administrative Committee just held here The meetings c ichairman t the B'nai B'rith national campaign committee which iv raising funds for the mil lion-dollar, eight storj building rhe building will be located al the corner ol 17th si and Rh d Maud ave A dinnei to mark lh< groundbreaking will i>held H i ""1 "' ; L'hicl Justice of the I'l Stati will be principal .1, hti Hodl k i %  i B'rith in conjunction with lh< Hodi the p titled "A Hi which -!' %  n [or thi occasion Its pro duction will l" t | x '. v. -h I. %  c bi tion which is tal this year to mark the 300th anni versarj ol the first settlement ol Jews In the United States The historical sketch highlights the con tributii nol Jews, and particular |j ol B'nai B'rith, to (he defense and development ol American democrat B'nai B'rith was found.. I in New Vork in IH-W The athli tic, six fool actor icurls appearing on Broadwaj i 2! afh **** "h7i £• ">P. i'-i:.di.j7t M ssr a "" %  *jS No-San i w,k '" m "'• %  <• In home J k "t r ;i : <£!? with either ,.,.,„ „ r d ; *' and either wax, t -.,.,;*< "'-'"%  ath/^J wrietji of part) .. -ii ii. in > Mon>k> Foundawith Frank R S Kapl i Pittsburgh, Pi I < hair man ol the Board ol Trust! • K Washing! Mrs. Glasser to Speak At Auxiliary Affair the sea the W om n \ i -.. the Jewish Home for the Aged wil • ,, place on Tui da; %  • _: 30 p in in th \ : Hotel i recent \ i %  %  %  • .' %  %  -. rmai A I. ; bin, Otto Han* rschlag Sp rh T, Milton II iff< • Isidor i M< n > Dubler and Al vitz Table Tennis Tourney Slated at Town Branch ld<. type tabli tennis tournamenl for teen age hi>will be gin at the Greater Miami Jewish Community ("enter. Town Branch, on Monday afternoon Ocl 29, 3.30 p ii, it iannounced bj Ted Kap Ian. chairman ol the health and physical education committee A planning group consistii I ea •• r Robert Hoffman. Harold Levii Don Kamitzk) Sidnej Goldberg and J el Fleisher met th:H>'. k at the Center, and it was : th il eat h conti t wil %  ol the best two oul ol three 'I h'! i II will i I .:i New Year's day, with first and second place awards to be pr. -• nted to the first and second rung winners at that date. Games will be based on .. chal ]. • • m wherein a pl.iver %  ; call upon another player with in three positions in the ladder who must ace pi within a thra. da) period. sts sketch o! new B'nai B'rith Building to be erected in Washington, DC. No-Salt Tasteas Win Wide Acclaim „ n „ p„.,.n.ek tor the entire family in l,, u ., ,„., „..regarded with a man) thousands ol homes ol sympath) b) To anyone who has tasted this esl of the family, because new matzo cracker, the reasons are M: ,,., low-salt foods ever) immediately apparent The flavor up their favoi S'o-Salt Tasteas adds something Icing in appetite apcompletely new and inviting to the \ net uaii table Scene For devotees But the past few months have of mat/..aa regular part of witnessed an unusual turn in the daily meals and macks—and their tide No-Salt Tasteas, the new biteaumber is lemon these Mjrs—Tfc* size matzo crackers created espe teas have %  special quality, a tan ciallybyTheB Manischewite Com taliiing taste and crunchy, crack pany to bring a welcome touch ol ery enspness that brines the art into salt-restricted diets, of matzo bakinn to an all-time havi so completel) captured the peak And for convenience in sen public taste that the) have cine ing, either at mealtime or as the widespread use as an all purfoundation for a variety of snacks. Builders of Irnmorta! Memorials lor tit Jewish Trade Look for (he 2-Sicy ffl*J Building Thurmond Monunnt til MARKERS $40.00 PIOJ CEMETERY CHARGQ Sundays Ht*t li&\ See or Phone Wc NAT GANS Ph. 3-1616 4-9981 lift INSUKAKCl N££0S Motror.olitrn life Insurance Co. 907 Biscoync Bldg., 19 W. Flagltr nnouncing SHEET METAl WORKS GORDON ROOFING AND I i 414 S.W 22nd AVI. Ph. 4 5860 I %  • .* your root rpOAtred now: you I I will *>v on new 'oof uter I I • • %  A k I I ...,..„ ... | 3EPFND*BLE DOVfsTir "EL H EMPLOYMENT SERVICE \t N E ft* 4 St'#--I Dhnn* 0 B*. AL VEIDENBEBG Q*P. SliNKA, (\kk HIALTH li£SOR> MOTTi. I/N'-.BlUK •M ill' a-r..,i u u CMtc-c UJU .•• • m Joc'oun VIMI riopin* O 3 in 3 < o QO rs o a • 10 Q D. Due to the continual incrcose in demands for fine engraving vc have been forced to move to larger ond more modern quarters to enable us to accommodate our customers. LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence all other points. DIAL 5-7147 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 65S COLLINS AVE. 3 o :$ ( i fj 3 £ n gra v i n g Company NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW PLANT 133 NORTHWEST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET PHONE 84-5431 COMMERCIAL %  SOCIAL AND HOTEL I ENGRAVING ] invitations wedding announcements



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OCT OBER 22. 1954 ^bnWhllnririaa* B'rith is Birthday IKGTON, D.C. — B'nai I i chapters through fe r ld celebrated the lllth r> ol the founding of the I week, it an:l l B'nal B'rith headquar Kebration was marked by [ mces in New York major cities in the UnitB'nai B'rith was founded jerk's lower Bast side in now the worlds oldest L| j( wish service organfl ooo members in 33 throughout the l re e L, with a long-standI pecial B'nai B'rith C to mark the an !i..|d in sjnagogues ||. Friday evening. idressed to 2.200 ... Philip M. Kin'/ %  dent "i B'nai B'rith, dei ial B'nai B'rith Sabiii evening of mutual rein Judaism and selfless the finest Jewish tradipraised the cooperation with local B'nai B'rith making this event posI year. knick said: "In rededicabasic humanitarian pur^JI B'rith will again deIniversary week end to ung its ties with the %  ranch of American JewPAGE 7 B Ervin Expresses Views On School Desegregation "De&gregatttri in Florida" was the subject of an address by the Hon. Etiehard Brim, Attorney Qen ••nil of the State of Florida, on Monday at (he third fall meeting of the Civic Lea ;ue ol Miami* Beach. Ervic's views on the problem ol Integrating students in the public schools and the steps already tak•II I j his office to conform to lh'Suprerre Court of the Unit! States decision were delivered at the Hickory House, with Irving C pen presiding. In addition to the attorney gen era's remarks on the desegregatia issue, (here was %  question and answer < %  -[on for the civic Leagu members and their guests. Commander Frank A. Gordon, of Jewish War Veterans Post 330, presents a ploque to Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro for the role he has played in promotinq good will throughout the area during the 1953-1954 season. Herman H. Glasser, of Pos! 330, who headed tho selection committee, looks on. JWB Convention Slates Authorities at Sessions Succeeds Trager lent of CJFWF 5TER Despite great his durum the past decmanges in Jewish needs nil at home will demand large scale philanthropic ni-li central Jewish com ns in 1955. it was ip l.i-l weekend to 150 I (tending the 20th y Ri | ional Conference pm 11 "i Jewish Federate funds. Il; Vbeles of Newark, a I : the CJFWF, and iociate director I urveyed the shiftIn Israel, North Africa. in this country n of Hartford, idenl of the Rei ing year. He well il Trager, of held the position i ol American rop) m Israel is that countrj to bel'v -ii sufficient, I' nd its agriculture, %  n decent the recent arrivired. "in lior"• greatly increased I from recent events. must provide the neelance before the needs r I : hills." Herbert Millman. national authority on Jewish Community Cen[ten, Benjamin Sternberg. national I field director of the JWB Armed services Division, and Leah Jaffa. 1 JWB's music and drama consultant, will participate in the Southern Section ninth annual convention scheduled for Nov. 6 to 8 at the ] Shamrock Hotel and Jewish Community Center in Houston, Tex. Millman and Steinberg will serve as consultants to the various discussions at the convention, and ; will bring to the meeting the experience of Jewish Community Centers and Armed Services Com mittees throughout the United States Miss Jaffa will demonstrate the use HI the Jewish arts in Jewsh Community ("enter and Armed Services programs. Miami Sisterhood Plans Games Party, Meeting Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation"Will hold a games party on Sunday evening, Oct. 24, at 8 p.m., in the social hall of the synagogue. 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PAGE 8 B JWB Meet Set In Houston, Texas 1 1T.m-t.ui. Texas, will !• the 1Me ol the ninth annual conven lion "i 'lit' Southern Section-JWB and fourth Ann) Area Services Di vision. The convention will take place N"\ fl i" 8 •'' the Shamrock Hotel and the Jewish Community Center. In addition to hearing national speakerand consultants on Jewish Community Center and Armed Services work, the*delegate* will hold a series of workshop discussions 0D topicrelated to the oper ation ol Jewish Communit) Centers and Armed Services Committees David H White, of Houston, is chairman of the Convention Com mittee. Leon Kaplan, of Miami, is president of the Southern Section JWB. and William Alter. Antonio. Tex is JWB Armed Sen n-echairman ol the fourth Arm) A rea Results of Bridge Tourney Tabulated Results Of the full master point duplicate bridge game recentlj held and sponsored bj the Men's Club ol Temple Israel are ..follow North and South l Mrs Jasper Cromer and MrWilliam Hir-ch, 2 Mr Maxwell Hyman and Mr Her bert Ahrams: 3 Mr. James Cohen and Mr Donald Kubin East and West i MrWilliam Sacker and Mr Harold Zeeman; 2 Mrs Sarah Harkell and Mrs Harry Polaskj 3 Mr Richard Per win and Mr Jack Block Sixty-eight players participated. Next regular same will be held Nov. 9 in Kaplan Hall, according to J E Freehling, tournament director. 11 TV Stations To Carry Jubilee *.jeis*rk>rklteri__ Z! I £^OCT0B Bl Library to Cooperate With Tercentenary Central Jewish Library ol the Bureau ol JewUh Education will cooperate with the local Km lewish Tercentenarj committee in making its bo. ks and archives available to the general lewisn community, particularl) its resources on American Jewish life. according to an announcement this week bj Mrs Joseph Duntov, chair man of the library committee New bookjust catalogued tor the librarj include -Adventure in Freedom." Oscar Handlin The Jews in America." Rufus L.-ar-i. -American Synagogue f'>r Today j and Tomorrow." Peter Blake; My ,-r Myers, Goldamith, Jeanette Rosenbaum: "Blessed is the Land." Louis Zara: "The Commodore. Robert l> Abrahams: JewSettle in Nee (Unsterdam Samuel Grand; The Jew in American Sport-." Harold Ribalow; "B'Ohley Rush, Enhraim Le itskj "The Old Testament and the Pine Arts." Cynthia P Maus; "The Private Lives of the Prophets." Brooke P Church: Ancient fareel." Harry Ortinsky; "Historj of our People in Bible Times Jo seph Halpern: "Hlstorj ol Our People in Rabbinic Time-." Joseph Hal pern "Firal Rainbow." flo Oleans; and "Ereti v lo Masakh." Yaako> Rubin, Eleven Klonda television stations will join other stations throughout the country October 24 to form the largest network of television stations ever assembled when the two-hour Light's Diamond Jubilee program is presented t.. commemorate the invention of the first practical electric light The first light w..invented b) Thomas A Edison, who wii in Fl nil. October 21 1879 l • ion wide Light's Diamond Jubili gram was kicked ofl in Miami with the I par ade last New Yi ars I v< rhi l V program will climax the celebra tion The two-hour show ol shows will be produced b) David 0 Selznick, noted motion picture producer, who will make hitelevision debut with thi-how unenting on the Jubilee cele bration, Henrj Keele, chairman of i iorida Power & Light Co Light's Diamond Jubilee Program said that "Probably no other factor has contributed so much as the pi ress ol electricit) in the-, past 75 years to the hi^h standard of hv ing We enjoy in America today P.T.A. Groups Name Parent Leaders Parent leaders for the ParentTeacher Associations in each of the three nursery schools operated by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center have been selected it WU announced by Mrs Max Gettincer. Nursery School committee chairman The P.T.A. chairmen and their respective branches for the coming year are Mrs Solomon Kann. Beach Branch: Mrs. Charles Gottlieb, Town Branch; and Mrs Lawrence c iman. Plagler Granada. Algiers Purchases Parking Space Purchase of the lot on the north west corner of 26th st and Collins avi by the Algiers Hotel was an nounced this week by Leu Kenin, Charles Posner and David Levin son, co-owners of the oceanfront %  The property, diagonallj ii hotel, inow being used ..,i parking lot It will continue to .. parking area for about 125 cars Approximately 10,000 q U I r e feet in area, the property extends in an irregular pattern fron ve. to Indian Creek dr and was the site of the former home of r*ancoast, earl) pioneer in Miami Beach .u addition to accommodating : Hotel car-, it will serve *parking space for patrons of the • offee Shop and Ri rant situated at the con and Collins A Rabbi Ascends to Heav< By FRED A. MARTIN Btori kindness and cwnpasato" d,-pi..yed b> Rebbea." the spiritual leader-... Chai^Um. during the penitential season abound in ChaaaUlk r One Ol be-e ,the story d th, R.bb. n rov Which 1 L ivretr Yiddish writer, .doped £ b.amous -tory "If No. Higher Still "I. k the ,.,,,. ,„ Rabbi who Instead of attending the early morning penitential prayers during the week preceding Roan Hashona chops wood and warms up the home ol I poor, bedridden widow to whom he cmediagauaed as a Gentile peseent A i-.tvak" in town who disbelieves all the stones ol the RebeV followers that during the period of penitential prayers the saintly man K ascends to heaven, decides to follow him during the early morntng hours. When the Lithuanian sceptic dlscoven the Rabbis errand of mercy he tells the RahW's followers that ) now he behewthat th.itehhe" dees ascend to heaven, "if not v ^ ^VF higher still," dur| "yUBkft h ,ir ~ \ ^kSv W^k i x -o mew hat ^L ^ %  rlVjL HM tol.l about Rabbi Sasov On the eve of the Day of Atonement, when the time had come to say Kol Nidre. all the (has sidim were assembled in the HOUM "f Prayer waiting for the Rabbi But the time passed, and he did not come Then one of the women of the congreption said to herself: "I guess it will he quite a while before they begin, and I was in such a hurry and my child is alone in the house I'll just run home and look after it to make sure it ha-n't awakened 1 can be back in a few minute" She ran home and li-tned at the d.n.r Everything was quiet Softly the turned the knob and put her head into the rwm and there stood the rabbi holding her child in his armHe had heard the child crying on his way to the House ol Prayer had played with it and sung to it until it fell asleep In lik.\ ..ii thi It. bbe's" kind imal during this season of the year This time the hero iRabbi I>..\id of Lelov On Roth Hashona morning before the uj shofar. Rabbi David ,,,,, (| JT*!, synagogue. His disciple Rabbi YiubJk inn to look lor him II, ,„,„„, R *! %  ing in front of the gate tothehoas, h cap full of barley to the horses, whichfc in his hurry to get to th.Hoiutol Pr, behind unfed Only when he had UmZ\ the orses did Rabbi David come t(J .kTj Prayer. These stories are meant to ikm tk>i and compassion are more lundtm*nuifore. prayer. In th.s spirit Rabbi N[M*] chiU once, after the Additional Prajfr-J of Atonement, said: I wish that I could be reborn 4 Jew might come to me in the w\ stork is classed in the Scriptures vftkd birds. Why is this. Y....K Yitzhak I hi once asked. "Becau-. ^ own," he replied Rabbi Bunam of Pzhysha, laotstri leader of the Hassidic sect, -aid | Day the world beginanew, and btioni anew it comes to a eJoai Just ahdmi the powers of the body clutch hard at Mti at the turn of the year ought to clutcbatl all his might and main Rabbi Bunam once told thiRo-h Ha "Rabbi Eleazar of Amsterdam was ei journey to the Holy Land when, on tkta, New Year's Day. a storm almost sanitki fore lawn Rabbi Eleazar told all his paakj on deck and blow the shofar at the fai light. When they had done thi.the *a| down." "But do not think." Rabbi Bunamti Rabbi Kleazar intended lo save the stay ( contrary, he was quite certain it •*>! but before dying with hipeople hei fill a holy commandment, that of bknajhx] horn. Had he been out to save the skupti miracle, he would not have -ucceei' Rabbi Yitzhak of Vorki wasonwaWj plain the reawi for the ..Iphabetical onwl Confession of Sins prayer on the Day th.. omps ill. d i s ii Con-Trak Tors and have a full lug tread I • insures excellent 1 urii th. 30.00 3 wnh aptypical be the plant f produi the*. • 000 %  wom. v two on %  ih. tread alone is nearly :{i 2 ,. k Pric ol th, Trjk • mto wnhou. -x,,., '" v "'*• • %  niore than SI.000 tb. next unalk %  .i:w at ttJIB.io !"'"' J,""" 1 "res win be marte only in Detroit and will be stocked i at regional warebot Bond Sales Soar The month of September again sae Saving! Bond sales of nearly five million dollars credited to Florid., buyers, iti H B.. -Dade County alean| 723 and for the jert sh.-w S! TuT.429 >A> %  I ind New giant tire weighing 2.600 P unds a tall dwarfs conventional truck cab and nwover 6 loot Clyde Prince, ol the Detroit rlani ^ Rubber Co.. where the huge tire is made ""^ used on earth moring and atrip m nin? bt dump trucka and •elf-loading acrapers_ ^ ^j bead wue are in the tire, and the tread i thick.



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I OCTOBER 22. 1954 *k^Ut floridliar, ory for the Holiday Season By PAUL KRESH llm gazed <>ut f the window and surih.il brought little comfort to his Earlltf in the day there had been the metal of the huts had gleamed li^hr to radiate a kind of autumnal cheer, the wash on the rope lines had looked [or a breeze had caused the failed ; in dance and flutter. Like brave flags in Ephraim had tried to tell himself. Now fp had died and the sky was clouded over. I the huts gave back a bleak grey light. L, f| igs were merely clothes, worn clothes, IthiW'' limp, forlorn and colorless. n old man would notice such things, I thought. Only an old man at loose ends hin^ t > do but wait. Wherever he looked, kg seemed to be waiting. The clothes were pn their wooden pins to be taken off and lthe:r owners who possessed nothing bet[i huts waiting to be torn down and reJth< aisles of huts, the raw earth was wait|iih homes. In the patch of field he could T tractor. The whole of the village seemed Entin.: with held breath for the dismal bf the seasons first rain. And the year i.i end In another day, this year would \ I Kphraim called. DU %  tang hack from the yard behind the she was stirring a pot on the battered ive Even the stove, he thought, sat upplanted by a real stove. lui : her cheerful voice defied his sadlie • ; finish stirring the soup." I pin, he finished. Nothing would ever be place—not even the soup. i• She smoothed her hands on her I, \ hich somehow refused to look reallv In old as she was, with her white hair I bin undefeated body. She came toward A frown creased her brow, wrinkled and firmed somewhat by the sun of ^ho-e past twelve months. [Leah, it's clouded over." fou're In charge of the weather? For this ne Irom my cooking?" ^now what tomorrow is, Leah?" ilcndar you're running now too? It's no hrarn Tomorrow is Rosh Hashona." ght I'm an old man and I worry about brbe >hese things aren't important. The important is the soup." mn'l ready on time, believe me you'd She turned to leave, minute, Leah. Look over there." i of the window, trying to follow nhling finger pointed. "You mean fl p itting out her wash? You think rlied'' (lo over and tell her then. II ve been through, and your own baby about to t>o born an\ minjare your problems!'' f> i.ing about Mrs. Kalisher, Leah. I'm put the synagogue. pean the prayer house?" ght. the prayer house. Why don't you bracks and be through with it? To me. vogue. You know how long ago they Build it?" There wasn't enough luml>er. Ephraim And if it rams tomorrow'.And no ,,„,, on the omagogue? on the ere of Rosh Itashon.?" w without the rain, with or without the roof The boy. were working hard all last week to finish it. he> had to ge, ln the potato crop. They had to h v PUmP T A "' 1 M rto n left for thai settlement n the Negev, They're short-handed. Soon i, will he %  nished. Look, they're working on ,t now, with tne saws and hammers." • "Finished! Finished! Its an omen. Nothing here is ever finished. Everything is started, nothing is completed," Kphraim said. "Is this a place to live— and to bring new children into the world?" She placed a hand on his shoulder. "You know what they say on Rosh Hashona, Ephraim, after the rams horn is sounded? They say. Today the world is born.' Next year, things will be different Tomorrow, the world will be born. Go out and take a walk. Maybe you'll feel better." • Ephraim ambled through the dirt street of the transit village. He had taken his wife's advice, and gone for a walk, but he didn't feel better. He knew what they said on Rosh Hashona, and he knew what they had said on Passover, too, but it didn/.t .comfort him. Every year, they h!M said, "Nejtt year in Jerusalem." And when ha^md his family had at last fled unwanted from Koumania, the year before, where had they come? Nut to Jerusalem, the tabled city, but to a transit village in the Jerusalem Corridor. A corridor. A place where you waited. A transit village—a town that was not a town As he walked along, hearing the confusion oi tongues, seeing Immigrants Irom North Africa and Iraq in their hodgepodge Ol clothes, seeing other old men and sick men who had h\ed in this place for tWO or even three years, Kphraim fell Worse than ever. They would never yet to live in a rial house. Yet he could hear Leah's voice in nil head, telling him only the other day about street, in the tin hut they called "our silver house that other old couple who lived at the end of the Well, that was all right if you wanted to make believes. Ephraim was tired of himself. And even if he could get to think of their hut as a silver house, it was still no kind of house in which to raise a grandchild about to be born. A figure kept going through his head. One hundred thousand. He had seen it in a newspaper a few days before. "One hundred thousand, living in transit camps." One hundred thousand hearts beating only to mark time. He had heard that in America Jewish people also read these figures and knew what was going ou. Maybe enough help would come. Maybe, from the welfare funds, from the I'nited Jewish Appeal, enough help so that there could be towns instead of transit 'owns, so that what was started could be completed • • • • Approaching the hut where his daughter lived, Kphraim came upon his son-in-law. Joseph. Joseph was standing with his hands on his hips -taring down at a partial built hen-coop. "Finish it." Ephraim admonished, "let something be finished at least "It's coming along nicely," Joseph said, "don't you think?" "I'll like it better when it's a hen coop—not when it's waiting to become a hen-coop," his fatherContinued on PB 10 B 1 AUGUS1 BRE* P fW" THE BREAD THAT'S NATURALLY GOOD" f Gi/ST8R0S.B 36IS.W. 8TM STREET, MIAMI. 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Iwlon. %  Vauataaf tamiami Ir.mh 1WJI S X llh SICI.I RESOURCES EXCEED 63 MILLION DOLLARS RESERVES EXCEED 4 MILLION DOLLARS Story for the H Continued from Pigo 9 B ':;,;:,':;— — •* %  Anj news aboul the doctor?' •Hell gel here in lime ;";.•; nthec %  %  intotheh ul He stood looking downi1 Her J 10(hing ^ten on her smooth young keeping face of .11 the trouble W had l^wn.th ; e J s of.nguish. suspense, sickness, suffering.jru a|)t ,„,,„ Multipl) thai i •hundred .hn^.-mi. h| Row cou|d .„,. rfeep ,o peacefully, he waited with such a restlessnea. for his I, hild to be born? \ hundred thousand plus ,1, went oul withoul waking her Joaeph wu working ihe wire foi the wop around the ports ,,„.,,. „., no sen e in standing around and slow down the job Ephraim studied the sky The clouds hovered in ,he still air and there was i hind of silence over the whole village, except for the clucking <<( the Innand in the distance, the squeak <>i wood sawed The young men looked up from their sawing and grinned as he approached them. >.ti.,i"in. Ephraim" •Shalom sh.n,,m Art you making any prog ,.,... on the prayei houseHe mid the words with distaste Musi even the m M sanctified of building be pi-', isi -It's coming Ephraim Moahe said u ill it be r< ad: i'.v wh< %  i a asked Ihi sweat trom Inbrow 1 imorri w Ezra shoo* his head ruefull) "Bui surely b) Sukkoth.' he said ;;v sukl r,th." Ephraim grumbled Yi by Sukkoth That's fine Thai whal 11 ii rah, %  < tabem In provised Temporary, H iv, do y< • ik< Ihis I m :.-^• • %  n. held up ll ,• o| careful!) -Ii iped wood w hat ii' Ephn im wondered I or th.' top "l thi ill Ephraim nooded "Verj nice," he said \ top [or the altar and for the building, no i".'i % %  Masl th. re will I" • < i perm itu nl community i Somi lay.' i !pht im t choed, in a tone t hal Sui h cheerful young men, b • would stop thi r h ,n.lfi ng their will Maybi thx • io wail without b< thing else He hoped %  r WOUld [t uds '.' %  hrewd % %  >ul answering It W 'llltl And it would rain A wonV wonderful v tart I iiild i i %  he i ould do, i im thought Hi tfer I help h in and it ..~ the wroi ir for planting things It he were itrong enough to use a m even to pitch In with Joseph oa£i He h.trl tried ,., „. ;,, J the new child but he had ben *' had only got In the waj ll, had ^ • nee. I,l,t hli ey. wen not threading %  needle n i H, ciiuhl go tn America, and ti about thi> riUage Then he i aughe( [ has lug such thought old man do? II. Walking to the ra ged end of ft,. Ephraim tat down on a little hillock, graai anil Stared disi m -..lately at u, had come ti> larael with -uch high | he could believe in the future moor) of discouragement %  re and Wi Shalom." It was the vole. n| j fhl |d El around to discover a ttle primal dress staring up at h She held a| in her arms "U hat UK you di %  ,,|| ihe tn. child?" "I came to burj n doll." "To bars It" "All the stuffing mingoetaif it is time to throw it aw a) "And you don't let thai makeyourc She shook her h< \lumma -mi lots of little t;irlr.everktli least I have had one Let me -. % %  it II hi had a needle %  He felt under his pel y needle there an I thi in hi. pocket| o| hal.it %  Your eyes an %  ..{ little girl she thread) I thi u the cloth together and that, after all. perl ild not I a Leah! 11 ah Ephraim had the window and he < The only mil • i nd it< the riwif of the pi Didn't you h LeaksaM up all night, the He had slepl "nd dmiafl %  pent his daj in village, belpln [I ,. Maybe he cou help that he hadn't he rd pi yei I now thai hi > I i One thing at IJ I ,. i oth.r unl • _1 Thai rated i ph honor !'..( IUSC its i E| %  sound the ran Year Then yo I: %  i,he i phndm and n future again Today. 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OCTOBER 22, 1954 +Jmisi) fhrldtor) .EGAL NOTICE \ r UNOEH FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .. i, n (1IV*N I illlj I.. • I,:; I %  Ml..I 1 .\\ Mil K a %  "'" | %  I'ouri "( i" I 1 MKHMl'K ;., / \-NK MEDNICK L\i:i l: [ mU II )ER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HKHKHV OIVEN that i mi; la engag* in %  rii-ntioui M. HI ..i 1 CTS I UllU'ANY, I \ U 71 h | intend to regist' the i 'lei k "r the f I i M (le Count) Floi Ida. f (iKoltHK IBL'RTCH \\ M.I Kit MII.I.KIC l : r i KAKOWITZ '" %  : IE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HKKKBY (IIVBN that ; |nj to engag* In ki„l,.i |he flclltloU* mumof ••(id \i ;l! Hi S3 N.K. I*j6 li in i egister said Mine I. ii he Circuit Ooui I ol l, • I lot iila. i wii -nil NK AND HAH •o.MI'ANY — 10* i |\I.KV HAI.I.MAN. I'M -III.-til Ki illKRT .1. LEWISON, '.l.i IV I.I I.' u 181 IN I, Miami Trunk ami Baa Co. ..ii |E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS IIKREItY OIVBN thai lit: • d, ill airing, to engag* In L. i* f totllinns name of Jin: u>\\ BAR, at ll il N.W. I lol nla. iiili-iiils t< a th the i'ii-ii. of it I'nurl of Dad* County. |.\. H KAR, INC., %  Iloi Ida in MM* om in -I' \l wni.KIt Inc. tE BY PUBLICATION JIRCUIT COURT OF THE fH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN ANO FOR DADE IN CHANCERY, No. 173438 IAXTAIUCS, Plaintiff, IAN i Mill'S, Defendant. IT FOR DIVORCE '. ST Mill S I nknou n i he i 'ounty %  • required ,.f %  %  \naa• r 01 Hill iii i 'omulalnt on ilHoi i • %  HKNRY M i-'i. Kiel Street, Millie tin final Answer i a the Clerk l irl "ii or before the t'i" 1154. ll ><>n • m !••. default will it mi for i he relief 1 Kill ..f Complalnl be published %  mill i 111\ %  week* 1 l-MdilMAN C|i nltliKKKD .ii Miami, i ij nf Uetobei. \ I' I.KATHKRMAN, 'I'Hll t. I unly, Florida I i\N COURNOYKR. 1 lepul >• Clei k I • AIN n • Street, Miami, l-'la. i COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY. FLOR|i ERY. No. 173519 |. \I:I: Plaintiff, I Defendunl • PUBLICATION i in the '' %  I k ..I tillI '..III 1 nil la) '.r November the Complalnl for tiled against you %  nl.--.il In Mill. i % %  Ida, nils null H I. KATIIKRMAN. %  In ill Court ..f 'Ie 1'ounty, Florida JOAN fdfltNOYER l>e|iuti Clark i' ,,f |tt. %  ne) I. V (IN X I H -I mi; IRCUIT COURT OF THE %  JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IDADE COUNTY. FLOR 1ANCERY. No. 173553 IS. Plaintiff r"i |, 'N J ii.I..nt QV PUBLICATION I \ i|| |.; \ K-'i, street f tk. NVa v,„|, MKItKHY N.ii'il ll'.l' %  -.'i 1 %  .-' | on in the abovi .in.I \.,. ( ,,,,. | oui \n [ .-Linn ..-i Plainnd rib th.. ... it nal .... %  ii da> 1 % %  hera -. I %  "ll be entered ibllahed once it I vi week* Ml li."l:ii.|.\N Floi da, thli :'"ili %  i V '"RATHBRMAN, '•. I Ireult I'ouri K M HAWKINS I>.|.III\ I'l.-ik \' l ; MVlAJOi %  '"IK. .Miami. Florida LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B RE M N COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 28954-A TATE i >K .N'ATII \N llllltN I ., OTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKF APPLICATION FOR FISAL DISCHARGE n-.PTil-'S lven lh: lve in.il UlM-harae m I .,,,_, .tateo. NATHAN ll-, nd Mi. thi i ith ,1., ,., \ "'. I54, I Will apply t„ ,,„ II ble ^^ KRAXK SLANTII" %  pade Po mi %  „ ., ., i'l'i". %  ol u.l | final %  "11 J MORRIS IIiRN mil 'LARA HORN „ .., ; ,! He ol \ \ ril w HORN i|, i ins Mil aa) i.r i i.'t.ii>..i MORRIS lioRX .OVNER M VNNHEIMEH iti.nn. VB fin : .. .,,„ ^ • > 16 22-M ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the underalgned, desiring to em inisin..... under the flctitloua name ol HTATE MVK AM. II:N ,|.\T HTORK, a. LV,ILs W. MI, si Mian I Intend* icleter Mid name nii the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol I M.I.County, Klin-Ida. BENJAMIN t] R< 'I I U WKINBTEIN, WEIN8TE1N & WEINSTRIN Attnrnaya for Applicant 120 I,in...in Road in I i... J. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP The partnerahlp conalatlng ..f Leo l.iilitiiiaii an.I Belt) and 8am Kaapei .I..nit bualneai as Klaminan l)re Shop, MI Uncoln Road, Miami Beach ha* l dissolved ami the ufon aid Betty and Sam Kaspar are no Utnger connected with thibuxlneaa and will i.i.i be i. siii.tiMllde for any .1.1, is in.iii i..i i.\ sai.i ciimpan) aftei October i.'.ili. HI, i i" --_' _-II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai il,.undei -imi.-.i. dealrlna to engaa;a In bualnera undai the Nctltlouii name nf I;IIi's HI 142J Wa.-iiiiiKtiin Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Inland to rettlater the mid name iih the Clerk of il. •• ''iimi I ''.nil ..i l lade County, I llll I.I.I Dated al Miami Bajarh, Florida, this i uii I >H) ,.r i. ti,ii.-i IV64. I.I:.f your anawer to tha cnmplaial roi divorce filed herein on plaintiff* attorney, HHIIAIIO l-c l : 11 : %  : l ; 11 FINK, 112 Conm-emi BulWInc, Miami, i-'i la, i to file the %  a itinal in the office % %  < the Clerk ••( on 01 I•• %  •• the 7th das of Novembei. 1934 othei i e %  default uill be entered nttalnul DATED: thin it> %  da) of I % %  %  i |B I i: \rlli:i: \l \ v. Plel k I'.. I. SNEEDEN, Deput) Cli • IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 31128B RE ESTATE OK in 'Si: SIN' 1KR, I '• %  • %  -•'! NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE \i iTU ri hereb) given thai I ha> e filed m> final reiwirl and petll f."' Final I 'i.-. bara-e .Am lllai IdmlnlxIratrlx of Ihe eatate "t R< 8K SINCJER. il,-. %  is,.. i. in. i ih.it on the 1'ith das ol Navember, 1934, will uppl) t" Ihe Honorabk liank ll Dowllna, Count) .hnit, ol I'a.i. County, Klniida, for approval of -..hi final report and for final di--li.ii t..iAncillary Admlnlati.ittix of th.Eatate of ROSE SINGER, d.-i i-as.-.l Th.L'1I day >>f September, 1964. T1IKI.MA SI1.VKI1M l\ \n. iiiarv administratrix CIROROE CHERTKOF' Attornej f.T Ancillary Admlnlitratrlx in S-13-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai th* iimi.rsiniM-d. iii-sirimr to engage In l.ii-ln.--iiml.-i the flctltioue name ••! CAROL CITY -Alls, .ii "-". N R 171 nl si Mo Miami, intend* In rei siiid niinuwith Hi.'' • I. of tlie i ir, ,,,, i,,,,, pi i II,I,County, Florid* DAVID HAItol.D DAVIS, own.-r \l \l. ENOLANDER \tt..i v for Applicant "i >-1". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is mini'V fll\l ~ the mi.i. lean WEI HER s BO. I'I I'M KM' '' P \N v. INi .' %  N v 'h Avenue Miami, Plorld* Int. nd in • %  aid mm %  Ith the Clerk of ll %  %  „t ol I'-. -I' ml • i i. Florida, thii --"d il ,, ,,i s..|,i.inh.'i ISM. M .i PENNEL. S.-. i.-l.n v Till Equl| t i -..mn.i n v Im.in. i: PFJNNEU l-. ..nl.nl, VT alder' %  Equipment •TTompany, Inc. Attnrnev for the (>>rnoe.UoO NORMAN r BOLOMON 1I*) Alton Id .ad Miami Beach. Florida 1/1-8-1J -'-' LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW X %  '•l "KREBY lilVKN thai :'" n %  engage In JJTIJ si \M. .,, ,::, : rrtaglcr, /,." K ",',' with the V I k !iV I" 15-22 :"i i ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N"ll.i: IH lli:i:i;i:v qiVKN thai '" underalgni il, delrln* to engage in lltiou* I,. I M IREME KERVICK POMI'ANY (nol 286 N H 29th .-• .•• Intends nail..with the Clerk MIX P. ENTIE!: !" WHBEUB Attorney for Walter Wheeler 1" 1-8-1.'..22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underahrned, dealring to engage In V",^'.'!'?.". m ,, r 'he flctitloue name of DI'.SKJNS ACREATIVE \I1TS. at IM I'mfeni., nal Building, Miami, Klurida, Intend* t.. register raid name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court ..f Hade County, Florida. UOBKKT H l-:ssl.|\-.-,|.;u an ,i SIDNEY B. TAI-KAl-:, si.i,. owner* BERNARD H MANDLER Attorne) f... BiHllnger and Taffae I'i 1-8-1S-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERV No. 172878 MADELINE OERALDINE WERNER, Plaintiff, \ s. WILLIAM JOSEPH WERNER, .III 1 '. It-llilallt, TO: WII.I.IAM JOSEPH WERNER, JR. ll'lll Carol Lane, Zh.n. Illlnnla Your are rtjquired to serve a cop) <>f Mini anawer t" the Bill ..t Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff* attorney, and '.• rile the original answer In the office ..f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .a before the 2Jth day ol October, A ii, 1954: otherwise, th.Bill ol Complaint f..i Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this tha :i d.i.. ..f September, 1954. I-: I! LEATHER MAN, Clerk nf the Circuit Court, l ia.lii *oum y, Florida, Hy \VM \V STOCKING ICircull Court Seal) Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff** Kolii Itor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN iij'i Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 10 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagr* In hu.-iiirss under the fictitious name of MKN-KIST CAOED EGO RANCH, al t IJ*. IVes Dairy Road, No Dftde, mtends to register said name with the clerk of ih>Circuit Court "f bade County, Florida MM UII: LASKIN ENTERPRISES, INC. BERNARD B. w I-'KSI.I 'l; Attorne) ror Applicant S4C Beybold Bide. l" l-g-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai ih.undersigned, desiring to engage In busincH* under the flctltlou* name "l SHORES BAR, at 11711 N.E. Second Avenue, Intend to reglstet said name with Ihe Clerk ••! the Circuit Court of l ..,.|ii '..nut v, ilorida. OEI IRtlE M T' TI.ANI-:. JR. OEi IRUE M TCTLANE, SR Sole t net a HENRY M CAIN Utm ne) for Api W Flagler St., Miami, l-'l.i. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. \N ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173202 l;.\ VMI iNI) r "i" IK and DOROTHEA I'All.lM: COOK, hiii.-. Plaintiffs, KVI'I.VN M TRACY, el als Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Evelyn M. Tracy, a slnRle woman, ami. if niiii i i.-.l T"h. .mas Kirby. her husband, and it so married, thi-n known a* Mrs. *rioman Kirby :;ii Pen field Road Rochester, New York Ami it the said Evel) n M. Trac) be d'-ad. h.-i unknown helra, devis.-, -s. legatees or granteaa, and any and all persons having "r claiming any right, title OT Interest By "r through the above named person, or thr.niKh her husband, if married, and all parties having in claiming any right, title or int.i.st in tinfollowing described real property situate, lylim in. I II.IIIK in I'ade County. I lot Ida, ti.-wit : TinEast Half of th* Easl Half "f Tract Ftour i I), Block F %  II. TAMIAMI ACRES Plat No i. according i" the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book •:. al Pag* 118, of th* Public It.. ord* ..t I 'a.I'County, Florida, vor AND BACH 'K YOl" II. h. rein notified that %  ndi of Complaint to yi.ii-t Title i" 'lie above real prop, a bi in filed against you, and i ...i at.hi i %  b) requli ed to -1 ,,,,,, ,,f voui answei or pleading to HENRI \l I' UN, Attorne) [•lalntlffs, 2518 West lv.tl. %  • %  Mi.inn. II la, and lo file th* ,l answer or pleading In th* Office of th* Clerk ••( the Circuit .-..iiri on or before th* i 'i> day "i November, 1*54, othei Is* th* allegations contained In said Bill of Complalnl in b* t.ik.-n as confeaaed b] Dated al Miami, Dad* County, Ha., ,„„ blh ,..,v : „, ii,,,..'.,. I^. M ^ Clerk of the drcuil Court li.nl,. CountM Horlda Bj M. C. OREEN, (Seal) Deputy Clerk i„ 15-M-D 11/5 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE" ITPIDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \"i'i'-i: is kii-;iti:iiv H-HVXN that Ihe undersigned, nunhi n*hge In business under the flctltlou* ii.un, of so, ,'" „ LI Nl '"' : 7 N "w street, Miami mi,-mis to register said name with ihe clerk of the Circuit i "Hit ..I I I.I I.i 'ount> ii HENR l Y".M A ? 0 |N UVfiftA Attorne) for Appllcanl %  :• W Flagli i 81 Miami %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai !'" .'" dgned, di airing to n. '' '-"" %  -mdet the fi. titlnui nat r AI.JEHH I'l.-'IKIIII I'.ins. .,, isii: s \\. JIM i ,,, ,. Intend lo i %  said name uii the Clerk of Ihe Cli %  l >ade 'ouni %  ilo BDVi Mill ALPKR l0/ ..,j a V OtBOROB J .JES8EL LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ih.. undersigned, desiring to ens ..."!?!? """"' ""• f'ctitioui i aof s.i'llKWIlAi.i. BAR A CLUB, .it 2*00 N \\ 27th Avenue, intend* to reglstet said num.. with the Clerk of th< Clr eult Court of Dade County, Florida MORR'LS BAIN ROBERT M DBEHL \ ttoi n.-y foi Applicant 90S Heybold llldg. 10/8-1 ;-I2-2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 33505-B In Re: ESTATE OF SARAH MARi-ls-, a/k/a SALLY MARCUS, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands AKainst Said Estate. You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to praaenl any claim* and demand* which you, or either of you, may hay,against the estate of SARAH MARCl'H a/k/a SALLY MARCUB, deceased late.of Dad.County, Florida, to the lion PRANK B. DOWLINO. County Judge of Dad* County, ami file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dad.County, Florida, wlthftl eight calendar month* from the date of the nist publication hereof. Bald claim* HI demand* tu contain tha legal addreai ,.t the claimant ami to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred Bee Section 120 of the I93S Probate \.-t. DatiAugust 24, All. 19.".4. JULIA WALLER As Administratrix of the Estate of SARAH MARCITS a k SALLY MARCUS, Deceased. STANLEY TAIDIN Attorney im Administratrix in s-15-22-2* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I N'ITH'K IS HEREBY UIVEN th.,1 th. Hum s.l-n.if.1... ii a,to engi f mi lei tinfictltloun name ol BROWNSViLLB DRI'i; STORE] 1636 N W 27th Ave Intends to register said name with tinClerk of the I'II. mi Cotiet nf I lade 'I.IIIID Floi Id*. v. ARREN \\ WELTERS hole i Iwner ROBERT M DEEHL Attorne) for Appllcunt in.:, Si .. bold BI I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undi ring t<. "tbusinesH under the fictitious nun.JULANE 'HIT SHOP, at 17*3 BI a) inBlvd., Intend to t ei Istei name n ii the l "lerk ..r the <'" i uit I'ourt of I lade i '..unt.v. Floi Id JULE n DOWD JANE D. HOLMES KESKLER A OARS Attorneys foi Applicants lTvj W, Flagler St. 10/8-15-22-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealring t.. engagi bualnes* under the fictitious name of III:A SMART SHOP, al 214 Miracle Mil.-, t'.iiai Uablea, Florida, Intend* to register ^aid name with th* Cleric of the Circuit i'ouri of Dade County, Florida. BEATRICE OAL8T, sol* owner I" 8-15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173061 MAROARBT BRILL, I'laintirf. v* JACK I1RII.L. Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: JACK BRILL 121 Prospect Avenue M.iniaione.-k. New York YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed agaJknat you, ami you ar* hereby r*qulred to serve a copy of your Anawer to the mil of t'oniplalnl on Plaintiff's attorney, and to file tinoriginal Answer In the office of th.Clara of the Circuit Courti on in before the .'ml day of November, r.i*.4. otherwise, the allegations of said li.ll <>f Complalnl will lotaken as confessed auainst you. I luted Oils i'h day "f Octobi i K 11 I.KATHKRMAN. t'l.-i k of i 'Ircull t '..uit B) JUAN i i ll'RNl IYER, fteput) t'lerk %  flEt IROE J. T \ I.IAXi ill', ES> known a* Jucoh Woll Blegel, also known aa .1 W. Siegel, Deceased. MYERK IIKIMAN \KAPLAN Esqs. li.-.u seybold Building, Miami. Fla. Attorney* for Administrator I" 6-15-22-22 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK of MIAMI BEACH LINCOLN R0 AT WASHINGTON PAYS ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenist> flcridliain solicits your legal notices. 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PAGE 12 B lewis* &€*&£== FRIDAY. OCTc Academy Drive Nets 100 Members More than MO persons joined (the Hebrew Academy during the first week <>i the school's membership campaign according to an on nouneement bj Joseph Rose. >' man, at the first report breakfast held last week in the Acad emy's dining room Rose added th.it more than 50 parents have pledged active par ticipation in reaching the j^*>-l of l.ooo new member! bj the end "f October. Also reporting were Prank Brickman, prizewinner ol the 1952-53 membership campaign and Allen Goldberg, >t h prominent community leaders and co-chairmen of the current membership drive Introducing the speakers JB I Binder, president "t the Acad ,m> Addressing h e breakfast .:nii|i. Binder praised the Acad i mj "and itunparalleled scholastic program urging that "even citizen in the Greater Miami area should becoi ited with the Vcademj .BI active participating %  i bi r The popularit) ol the tcademy." he said, "throughout the community is event in that thiunusual school has been accepted bj the leading citiiens ol our area." Herman Ei* nbei necutive din ii r, pointed out that the Acad i mj this year ha> reached a peak enrollment Free tuition scholar %  inphave been granted t" manj students who are in need ol lmani ial lid." Eisenberg said Proceeds -.lie membership campaign will go towards this scholarship fund Others who addressed the meet %  wen Jack Satin Samuel Hem hard Irvii Firtel, vice presidents the Academ> Harr> Genet chairman of the executive commit and Rabl N Gross principal. Progress reports for the second 11 ek ol the membership camps Mil be held in the Sukkah ol the Vcademj on Sunday, Oct 17, at I 10 a in Reports will he rendered b) airmen ol committees in the var ., areas Coral Gables, Hyn .i.ut: Hollywood, -lack Fenster heim and Harrj Katt; Miami. Sam Reinhard and Alex Miller Representing the parents of the I are Nathaniel Glickman. Emanuel Grossman and Philip I Weiss. The drive will continue through the month ol JCRS Hospital Battles Cancer DENVER JCRS Hos| ..ncer care program for indigents lubeen started at the Jewish I i >umptive Relief Societ) Hospital, it was announced hire recently The new program will < ..1 change for the hospital, which. since it was in 1004 \ ided med'cal. lursj habilitation -• t"r in lig< nt tubei •• nts We, hoe • ng our tuberculosis program %  vill ntinue to u lildwhere tuberculosis patii i \wll r< %  ( i treatment." Israel Ft %  utive-din tor of Dr. : administrator lor the cancer program at the hospital, said program w.,decided u only af*and I v • ition rodaj cat nds out ath• dread di n from 11 I prof< ual on tuberculosis and i I i km Dr. 1 Installation of a program • %  A separate building with lf>c capacity h.ibeen set aside A fulltime staff of four physician] and .-.urgt-ons has been acquired Dr. Leon said also that the serv ices of some 60 medical and surgical specialists will be available at the hospital Greater Miami Chapter of Jewish Consumptive Relief Society actively participates locally in the hospital's new cancer program. Great Books Groups Begin Lectures Here inning its fifth war. the Great Bookreading and discus -,„n program is continuing to rcg members tor itfall schedule an Monday evening Miami Public Library. Baj ironPark, and the nine evening ..• & n Sebastian Dormitory. SS5 L'mversitj dr.. Coral Gables. The program is nee lo all adults, and there are no educational requirements. Participants read in elections averaging 90 pagi and meet even other week for a period „t i 2 to : hourto discuss the materi al read There arc no formal cU--,%  r lectures I oral JWV Posts Attend Convention wS!iD.V. M than Ph.* enfon thLs year ,s eIU'IIMCM'. — (| Important, Heller added 5.000 delegntes "WaEflg JJJjj ., \\ v Posts anc tuxiliariea "We nurned the mortgage on tljoughout the countrj converged I,he hvuut.tui f-v story building on this Cit, 10 attend the mnual convention of the Jew s „tes ol Amertci held here Oct 13 through IT. il habeen an nounced bj Haro T %  *" %  f Detroit. National Commander Dante l Meal Heller. Commander ,. : the Department ol Florida Jewish War Veterans, has announced that each of the Posts and Auxil recently acquired in Washington, which will MTV* as a national ihxiM tot our Jewish war dead." The four day meeting, having as it> theme, the American Jewish Tercentenary, was the largest gathering of a Jewish group ever held la Virginia's State Capital Highlight of the convention was an important address by Secre' V,,.,H ire* tofj of the Army Robert T. Stevi.ate (or even ten member: their rosters on Banquet held Saturday evening Chamber Murlc^ Vizcaya Mus^J F "'Sht-timtp-.i ,n "* %  took E* School of Mus lr nJZ.f I ber music concert uj3 i f he great h„us *' ''•'".cpatmg ln which was a rtoei„L l w --e Dew, j ohn qgL |tugene i> ubtm l I Store, viola; a n d j^ 1 piano. Guests were in Ion,, light refre-hments |j| the Great Banquet 3 the concert. I 4 V< Ours is the Pledge ',V v -;< QiJttycmlS e/mce We, in this company, have two major aims...both of equal importance. Fvut we promise to keep ourselves in a position at all times lo supply you with the finest quality concrete, quarry and concrete products, building materials and builders' supplies. O&CdfML wc want every builder in this area to be able to truthfully say that they enjoy doing business with us...because of our conscientious effort to render; topnotch service with cheerful, courteous attention to the smallest detail. So. when you build...give us a chance to fulfill our pledge, won't you? .:< tf Vt \ x f \\ MMJJ MIAMI PHONE 2-7261 3075 North Miami AvenueFT. LAUDERDALE LOgan 4-1211 1335 Northeast 26th Street HIGHEST QUALITY Certified Concrete Building end Colu"" Blocks • Central and Translt-V *ed Cbntf* Concrete A 88 regales • Concrete W* ^ System for Floor, and Roofs • Presfressea Beams • Precast aonnel Slabs • large Precail Wall Panels • Cement • Rock • Sand • Cement. Slump. Fire c-d Coaw" Brick • Stepping Stones • Reinforong 5W lumber • Millwork • Plasteri-g Motenoh Vermkulit. ProducH • Roofing Matenoh* Builders' Hardware • Build'"' Sj PP lltt All our crmcrrtf and en, r '"'"i^tr** constantly *y lA# followng "';''_'."' k rl laboratory and Kingerur l-obot<


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 22, 1954

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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il Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 28 Number 43
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENT5
Ini Rampant
iberger Hit
'Origin 'In
won Race
[MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
|im; I ON Jewish organiz-
carefully observing the
political campaign because
oi anti-Semitism as a
i>v forces opposed to Rich-
|, ;er, Democratic can-
lr the U.S. Senate.
ger i- a Jew. He is a well-
trjter who serves in the
Hate legislature. His wife,
,,i [g i member" of The
,. a unique family dis-
[riie Democratic Party this
linated Neuberger to run
Republican Sen. Guy Gor-
is Peking reelection.
rman County, Ore., Jour-
lished by a Republican
leader considered the
|ti< nomination of Neubcr
I decision." A Journal
id Neuberger had
lr enough to remain prim-
nnriter and a dabbler in
i.i a recreation or to pro
It lor his writing mill. The
m misdom of his race in
matters has been upper f
^ thi- policy."
nti Defamation League re-1
him "the Gordonfor-Sen- j
i lte< circulated this item J
(ml the state with the in-
thai ii be reprinted in
Jpers." David Robinson, as !
Itional ADI. director, said:
I no question but what the
r Neuberger'! Jewish orig-
blear and it was sent with
ition that it be reprinted
papen "
irdon disavowed responsi-
li ihis particular, personal
kn Neuberger. But the at-
tontiiuied. A new smear
N e u berger'l Jewishness
Jrged that he sought to
military service during
IV.nil The truth is that he
an Army Officer. Observ
luted the campaign would
sively rougher.
Report U.S. Turns Down Israel's Munitions
Bid; Move to Squelch Arab Aid Program
Sen. dies Kelauver
. jeins pretest
WASHINGTON (JTA)- The Washington Post and Times-Herald said this week that "the United Stal
has turned down Israel's lequest for a grant of arms or for a mutual aid pact at this time."
The newspaper said that "for some time, the Si ite Department has been considering some move to
relieve the increasingly bitter feeling in Israel over the Eisenhower Administration's Middle East policy.
Arms aid is known to have been considered at length. Apparently as far as the Administration is willing
to go now is to issue some form of statement reassuring Israel that it has no intention of upsetting what
the State Department considers its policy of impartiality between the two hostile groups. Arabs and
Jews."
The newspaper added that while there was no comment from either the State Department or the
Israel Embassy, "it was learned that the American po ition was made clear last Friday by Secretary ol State
John Foster Dulles in a talk with Ambassador Abba Kban. This followed by only two days F.ban's stal
ment to the United Nations warning the United States against what he termed one-sided" military aid to
the Arab states which would upset the 'precarious balance' of power in the Middle East."'
Israel, said the Washington Post, "has been par.icularly upset over the United States agreement
earlier this year to supply arms to Iraq." It reported that an American military mission is now in Iraq
to determine what arms are to be supplied.
Meanwhile, it was disclosed here that 25 congressional candidates, of both parties, headed by Rep.
Robert B. Chiperfield. chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, have already signed a declar-
ation opposing the supply of arms to the Arab States.
The declaration, which opposes arms grants un'il the Arab states "declare their readiness to join
in the defense of the free world and to agree to negotiate a peace settlement with Israel, is being circulated
by the American Zionist Committee for Public Aff iirs.
Five candidates for the United States Senate have already declared themselves on this issue, within
UN Truce Chief Meets
With Israel's Army Head
E.
JERUSALEM (JTA)Maj. Gen.' cancel it should future changes in
I. M. Burns, United Nations the situation call for such action.
truce supervisor in Palestine, and
Maj Gen. Moshe Dayan. Chief of
Sstaff of the Israel Army, met
Monday to discuss the possibilities
of direct contact between Israel
and Jordan, the signing of the
agreement for direct contact be-
tween local military commanders
in (he Jerusalem area and an agen
da for the first meeting of the Is-
rael-Jordan Mixed Armistice Com-
mission which Israel will attend
since last March.
With the reactivation of the
MAC. which was scheduled to hold
its first session Wednesday, it was
understood that differences be
."ween Israel and Gen. Burns over relations as one of
h.s posting of unescorted patrols 1 which "no progress lias b<
ofUN observers in the Israel-Jor- achieved by the United Nations.
Meanwhile, the British Govern-
ment was still prepared to use its
good offices in an attempt to con-
ciliate Arab-Israel difficulties, but
such conciliation should be done in
private meetings rather than in
heated public discussions. Selwyn
Lloyd, Britain's retiring Minister
of State for Foreign Affairs, said
at the United Nations early this
week.
Holding what he himself termed
his "valedictory" press conference.
Mr. Lloyd, who has been a mem-
ber of the British delegation to
the United Nations for four years,
referred regretfully to Israel-Arab
the areas in
has been
the past few days, including Sen.
Estes Kefauver of Tennessee and
George Smathers of Florida. Rep
Charles Howell. Senatorial candi-
date in New Jersey, has opposed
the shipment of arms to the Arabs
and has urged the U.S. "to exert
its influence on the Arab states
and Israel to sit down and negoti-
I ate a settlement of differences."
| Rep. George H. Bmder of Ohio.
I candidate for the Senate seat held
by the late Robert A. Taft. declar-
ed: it should be clear that the
only possible purpose to which
Arab arms may be put in the fore-
I seeable future, in the absence of
peace with Israel, is their utiliza-
tion either for warfare with Israel
or to divert Israel's energies and
1 limited resources to military de
i fense."
Edgar A. Brown. Senatorial can-
didate from South Carolina, and
Patrick V. McNamara. Senatorial
candidate in Michigan, have ex-
partment's handling of the Near
Eastern situation, both hitting the
proposed arming of Israel's en-
emles end both expressing sym]
Ihy with the Jewish State.
Rep. Gordon H. Scherer. of Ohio,
one of the signatories to the declar-
ation, also revealed that he had
written to Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles that Kit fc> our deep
conviction that arming the Near
Eastern countries will not mate-
rially increase the security of the
United States or even that part of
the world, but will instead serve to
agitato local unrest and stability
I am convinced that to give arms
to Iraq and Egypt is a menace to
Israel's security and is contrary to
the best interest of our country
More Congressional candidate-
are expected to sign the declar.
lion, which also urges that the
United States should grant no aims
to the Arab countries in advance
pn ised opposition to the State De of any peace negotiations.
dan border zones would be resolv-
ed. It is understood that Israel will
cooperate more closely with the
truce organization and that the UN
[observers will carry out frontline
lumber of cases the attempt inspections after making arrange
anti-Semitism against Neu-'ments with Israeli officers.
I
Mr. Lloyd, who told an eight na j
tion Arab delegation in London a
month ago that Britain is willing to
use its "good offices" in an effort
to mediate the conflict between Is-
rael and its Arab neighbors, de-
clared at his press conference to-
material, and hope they ^^JSZ ? JSZZ j do" W part, directly -indirectly
,. necessary to bring. SJ^^vnTlt is understood all together or in smaller groups if
impaign down to such a 1, {;en Dayan agreed to the new we can help solve the problem.
future" in Baker. Ore,! ^'^"Jnt because of the pres- Mr. Lloyd avoided d.rec com-
ouner said "Senator | J^efS'lSK! in the Jerusal-' men. either on the proposal made
em area, but reserved the right to I by Abba S. Eban.
th
ntinud on Pag* I A
lie
ful, Humiliating Procrastinations'
demnity Handling Rapped
IN (JTAV Representatives
[opposition Social Denkoera-
rty and deputies of two of
lilies in the Bonn Govern*
coalition assailed yesterday
"(T.istination and "petti-
m the administrative hand-
claims by individuals for
lification for injuries and
i suffered under the Na/i
Fritz Schaeffer. Finance
Irr. who was the principal
ol the attacks, was absent
file Parliamentary chamber
the debate as is bis cus-
such times
debate occurred after the
introduction of a motion by the
Social Democrats, later support
ed by a majority of the Bundestag
including deputies of government
parties, calling for an extension
of the deadline for filing such
claims for residents of Germany.
The measure, which extends the
dealine until October 1. 19m WT
.lews and other victims of the
Nazis, was passed in all three
readings. The extent of th." cri-
ticism of the government in this
matter was to be seen in the fact
that an opposition party motion
was adopted.
During the debate. Socialist Dr.
Adolf Arndt assailed the "shame-
ful, humiliating procrastinations"
mirrored in the fact that a year
after the passage of the Federal
Indemnification Act there was
only one implementation regula-
tion ol that law In affect. Dr.
Vrndl accused the governmenl of
bad faith and insisted that this
was leading to "peltylogging. cas-
uistrv and bad faith," on indemni-
fication on local levels. He in-
sist, .(I that the only explanation
(or this state of affairs was a
putrid climate of anti-Semitism."


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FRIDAY.
Aronovitz, Shapiro to be Guests at Bond
Operalogue Program on Beach Dec. 1
A Bon I Itatvafen Is 1 be
the theme vi the drumtk Oper
pie to be presented under BUS
pice> oi the Spooa rs i I bi L Is-
rael Bond Organization, in the Y
press Hotel Dec 1. with M..;
Abe Aronowiti and Hai
- oi honor.
bainnen Jacob Sher and
Un Monte Sells: evplained thai
the event i> being placed on a ci
mun:t>wlde level with Miami
Miajni Beach bin-
ins to make the Operalogue
of the roosl important function- of
the season "
Mrs Sell.: ill present Holy City
Bibles, inscribed and enca-ed in
rful leather C the two
Pi.lm on jJiOaV "' -'-* '
a m
The com rted Ma
tobepn
hu new, streamlined form
i in the-round Locale will
be the Coronation Room ol the
Empress Hotel in Miami B<
Meanwhile the Spaoaon ol Is-
rael, under wheat ,n''
Operalogue bein| pre*
held a solemn pinning ceremony
at the borne oi Mrs > W5 West
DiLido dr W< afternoon.
\|r. ... iocIm to
the ladie> and reported that
there were 67 pon"r in this
area The target i- 100
A special steering commit1'
- of honor Mr- Seli| who the Operalogu- appointed
is chairman of the Women'- Divi-
sion, received the Bible- from the
Mayor of Jerusalem on her recent
fact-finding t"ur of fan
Admission to the Operaloeue is
through the purch S100
Development Issue B nd or the
I S3 10 in B nds There will
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and -

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been set up in tl R
of th-
lin- .
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held in
to help with detail- on this level
and to coordinate with the rk
nualttee
special -tatement released
this m d hi- ap-
preciation to the -
their cooperation do sue-
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M*rf ifc AraaTrti
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Plan Membership Social
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Has Officer Installation
Shirk B Kahn Circle No 1714.
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The P.T.A. of The Hebrew Academy
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A SERIES OF LECTURES
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Eonclave to Open Monday at Temple
i-EI; Session Set for Two Days
,|ave ol Parent Teacher i used in the workshop- to bring the
n' ,',l creiiter Miami will | materials used in the schools vivid-
together on Monday. Oct. | ly before the attention of the par
*Je*isttnor Minn
PAGE 3 A
.,, Temple Kmanu-El. j ents present.
Live, which ta to taut two
^gin with a panel dis-
l the subject "How Can
duration Meet the Needs
Child?"
include Dr. Seymour
official psychologist
municipality <>f Miami
Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
It'ual director of the North
.h Center. Moderator
kcasion will be Louis Sen
executive director of the
' Jewish Education.
Lncl will explore psycho-
Epiritual and educational
Ihich effect the needs of
[,, the Jewish schools.
\AV), net 26. at 10 a.m..
of all P.T.A.'s of the
kfiools nf Greater Miami
i |. mple Emanu-El for
(l Snack and then will be
din four workshops to His
-Why's and How's" of
II, hp u. Bible, history
inm- and ceremonfli in
Ihools.
kjnn leaders will be Syd-
i educational direc
jom; Jerome Cor-
\, ii director ol Beth
ful B ibin, educational di-
ple Emanu-El; and
>nn newly elected edu-
Idirector of the Coral kj-li (inter.
It- and visual aids will be
The conclave will conclude with
reports from the four workshops
and the election of officers to the
newly organized Council of I'.T.A
Association.
The conclave is sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education in co-
operation with the Jewish schools
The .steering committee of the
Council consists of:
The Mesdames Gladys Yanowitz,
Temple Beth Sholom; Estelle Be
nach, Temple Beth Sholom: Ilene
Barcocas. Israelite Center; Sylvia
Jacoby. North Shore Jewish ("en
ter; Adelaide Beckman, Coral Ga-
bles Jewish Center: Belle Lehr-
man. Temple Emanu El; Ruth
Greene. Temple Emanu-El: Doro-
thy Handshu. Beth David Congre-
gation; Hilda Schwartzberg. Tifer-
eth Israel: Erances Schiffman.
North Dade Jewish Center; and
Leon Tischnu.n. West Miami Jew-
ish Center.
Panel discussion on Monday
niht is open to all members of
I'.T.A. Association of Jewish
| schools of Greater Miami. Mrs. Ma-
tilda R.itmr. president of the
Bureau, will extend greetings.
Grade School Students
Program at GMJCC
A new schedule of activities for
boys ;md ^irls of grade school aue
will he launched on Monday. Oct.
25. alter regular school hours, a)
the three buildings of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community (enter
Groups and classes have been ar
ranged for art. ballet, dramatics,
doll craft, athletics and friendship
clubs.
A kickofl junior party will take
place Eriday afternoon at the Con
ter's Beach Branch 1536 Bay rd..
to attract 4th. 5th and 6th graders
to enroll in these activities. The
party will feature a short football
demonstration by several of Coach
Lake Russell's top Beach High play
ers plus a demonstration by the
cheer leaders.
Goodwill Group Meets
Goodwill Group of Greater Miami
will hold a regular meeting on Oct.
26th. 12:30 p.m., at the Trail Lodge.
2483 S\V 8th st.
Painter to be Hostess
At Beach Residence
Miami Beach Division of the Na-
tioal Council of Jewish Women will
open its discussion group series
with an informal illustrated dis-
cussion on landscape and portrait
painting by Mrs Alexander Young-
erman. at her home. 3000 I'rairic
ave Monday. Oct. 25. 1:30 p.m.
Mis. Youngerman is a landscape
and portrait artist, winner of the
Beaux Arts national competition,
the Tiffany Foundation Fellow-
ship, the Paint and Clay Club por-
trait prize and the Blue Dome por-
trait and landscape awards.
Mrs. Barney Hodes is discussion
group chairman.
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i Mayor Harold Shapiro (seated! presents a city
:r.under Gerald J. Klein, of Miami Bsach Legion
i ccgni'icn ol the orgcniza;:c r.'s work In behalf of
qood will and sportsmanship among local youth
is. I oo-dng on is Herman H. Glasset, of Post 85. who has
I' ; a stctc-v.ido drive for the purpose of designating
Beach as site of ths forthcoming Florida convention of
Post Legions. ^_________
Chamber Music Concert
University of Miami School of
Music will present the first of this
year's series of contemporary j
chamber music concerts prepared
by Mme. Renee Longy at the Lowe
Gallery on Wednesday evening,
Oct. 27. 8:30 p.m.
Compositions to be performed on
the program are Trio for clarinet,
iolin and piano by Khachaturian;
Music for Saxophone, bassoon and
cello by Koutzen; Pastorale for
voice, oboe. English horn, clarinet
and bassoon by Stravinsky: Suite
Of oboe, clarinet and viola by
Thompson; Choros No. 4 for three
French horns and one trombone by
I Villa l.obos.
Rabbi for Beth David
To be Discussed
Beth David Congregation will
i old .i n gular membership meel
ing on Wednesday. Oct. 27. at 8
p m. in the auditorium, according
to Herbert E, Scher, president.
A full report ot activities during
; the pas three months will be given
There will also he presi ntcd a
I number of proposals for the com
ing period, including1 completion ol
! the building and the appointment
0| a Rabbi 1" Beth David'- pulpit,
Scher said.
i;,;,, shm< its will be served by
a committee headed by Mrs, liar
old Berney.
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Volume 28
Friday. October 22. 1954
Tishri 25. 5715
Number 43
I nili'il .Nations IrilV
Sunday. October 24. will mark the ninth an-
niversary oi the adoption oi the UN Charter.
United Nations Day will be observed in Greater
Miami at that time, as well as in cities through-
out our country and the world.
All of us recall the hopeful period following
the capitulation of Germany, the subsequent
fall of Japan end the conclusion of World War
II. We also recall, perhaps with a decree of
nostalgia the ir.iar.t United Nations Organiza-
tion and the air of opumisrr. that pervaded its
first business sessions.
Cooperation between East and West was
then at its high point. The struggle for men's
minds in which our government and the Soviet
Union have since assumed maior roles, could
Only be foreseen by those few prophets of his-
tory who later were responsible for coining the
phrases "Iron Curtain" and "cold war."
'.''hat has since evolved through the noa
change :: Um world peace organization to
United Nations the death* of dor -lobel
lecders I king ~:: of peoples everywhere
intc I thfl assumption
and conclusion of a- '.ens- two s.rr..: canl wars
one in Korea and the other in Indochina -
combinet to =pe'.; man's history iv
nine vears of peace since the adoption c
UN charter.
In the :are :: such Brim events there I
been those eonsistcnl r:.::rs of the United Na-
ns: st on the arc
lessness. who tee! that like its predecessor
League of Nations it has become c gentleman's
debating society otter, most unqentlemanly
and without Um wherewithal to guard our most
sarred treasure peace.
Yet do we feel that the UN is man's greatest
hope in these times of tension and threat of
catastrophe. As progress in science and tech-
nology knits the vast geographic distances that
once separated nation from nation and people
from people, the necessity for humanity to
learn the ways of the neighbor, and once learn
ing them to understand them, becomes a:
creasing necessity.
The world oeace organisation represer
single possibility in this regard. So lone cs
men wrangle with words among themselves.
the cay z: then taking up arms one again*!
inues to await .:= oall As the UN
develops in its role of human arbiter our hope
: war and conflict may in some
s hour of human enlightenment, fail] b .
wayside ana that barbarity will nc lonaer pre-
vail when differences of opinion moment
set apart nation from not
It is to these principles that we dedicate our-
selves and our observance of United Nations
Day on Sunday in Greater Mknni and through-
out civilisation.
Tho Rod I iin-
An eight-pcwer resolution on the question
of refugees calling upon the governments con-
cerned to give assurances that they will as-
sume full responsibility for the fmcncial assist-
ance of Arab refugees after December 31. 1958.
has been adopted this week by the United
Nark
Once again, the Soviet Union carefully em-
pr.as.zes the line of its political affiliation. Red
leaders joined w.th four satellites and "inde-
pendent : Um UN to oppose the resolution.
Mrs. N. E Kuukova. of the Ukraine, explain-
ed Moscow's stand, declaring thai her govern-
ment had opposed the resolution on the
grounds that it did not envisage repatriation.
This can only mean that the Soviet Union
favors the return of Arab refugees to Israel.
One does not have to be exceedingly astute
to deduce what this means in international
terms. Come what may. Moscow continues In
its selfish path of dividing peoples instead of
trying to unite them. Only the Communists
stand to gain from continued dissension in the
Near East.
The Red line remains as bloody as its global
philosophy.
DR. NAMUM GOLDMANN RECENTLY h~
ther- are few who can dispute hi.- intoentv "sti
Zionist HM leadership in every area of' and nev^"
beyond significant reproach One sees Dr rT"*1 fn***l
told number of news dispatches each week a***!
Jerusalem or Nathanya. At the next he is ln RAl '""' L_
again, he is somewhere in London givins ,'nn or ^y
British Jewish community. lr an gjj
Hi- travels m America are. of course PQ,lall
_ ... ,' take him among us from city to city in h,*' 'Pec'*Sai
' on Jewish affairs around the world ami j nevw*5
1 in Germany, immigration from North \frn">,re!i,te 'onus,
that the many political parties in the Kn.-V-''^^"*.
hi others Dr. Goldmann is perhaps one ofth nUM "'ait
our age. Yet often do exhuberance and excessi """' 'H
give way; rational patterns of thought he.,tdJcIXe !wl'^sl
That which we supposed to protect in defense*?!'1'11'**!'
laumh an attack against the chalice we bear ", ra*'
methods of our enemies ",nS ">*
This, it sterns to me. was eractlv the rase i.
by Dr Goldmann on October 10 at Chicago 1*1 '" iM***
American Zionist Council The wise Jewish |P h C1*1
of Israel's development to date, discussed the "^
pressures currently assuming major role- ,' the ^ot"""t*
ly observed that "the hand of friendship held oiii'k ^U
be clasped by the Arabs." This n.en, precuebjL*?
intended it to mean: the Jewish State'. achievenLu 1
merely ,n Jewish terms, recalcitrant M-],, '^**
,, s,ne to significant Western recognition of that aSL ?
more than Zionist claims of progress are needed bcfJT
fate among the nations can be envisioned
THIS RATIONAL AND HIGHLY OBJECTIVE
Stage for an emotional and careless jnnl......( futl! '^"H
(hose segmsnhl of Jewish orientation which regard thTaJ
men- us unnecessary now that its ultimate vision h SI
reality, Dr. Goldmann was right in remarking that tlm
mains indispensible to the security oi thi Jewish State
have been spared anguish and disippointmenl 1
t..k,n inMrurtion from histor) which : ,-idei mdi^aM
that it takes time, at least the lifetin or m ,Z
fore g new st.,t,. ,s established and i vd ReiMw
movement, he observed, and one removes the ferment of
ish action for Israel. Thus, it would M he necesitTgl
continuum was at least philosophically
But Dr Goldmann subsequently fell into the t-
Jewlsh debate from 1947 through the inl | yean of the rosj
the viability of the Zionist movement wai a principal ami
merit. That period, it will be recalled with sharp degree*,
included the warm and friendly era of the Truman adminil
The opening of the new General Assembly SZTZZLZSLSttSi EJb s,-te"""'l .
. .k it .-.j ki i. .i_ i_ up,m unsympathetic and often outraged ears Vmethflm ii
,. l n ^ h! TT ,Hf ^lnnl^ giving birth to that charge to one which orTce
of another difficult period for Israel before the more (ertllc environment to flower ^
world peace organization. The Zionists, themselves, were no less guilty thanAnl,
News reports indicate that the Arabs are as ers and their downright anti-Semite comrade- of develop*!
quarrelsome as ever; and one unfortunate ac environment. They formulated oftentimes the most epaL
ments for American Jewish consumption, calling upon Job)
adopt attitudes that must be inevitably held su>pfCt oseg
course, say that the subsequent Dulles foreign policy en ii
suit But few will deny that many are the Republican aptag,
cite Zionist proclamation as an excuse (or the newly evoWj
It seems to us that Ambassador Abba Eban's' .^.''"v- 0?" should not Xrust AmeriCijn Je*lsn "Pmionon
position remains by contrast particularly grati- ^JSZ^jT.t^H!^ S?! S6""8 '" *"***?
fymojn addition to the fact^a, hi. cLbltes ttZSZ?&S" ^ "^ ^^
assume cool and calculated proportions and .
that they continue to attract the admiration of THIS WAS THE SOURCE Of= DEVELOPMENT forth!
me delegates of other member nations on the dual allegiance It is a dilemma that ha- been rompovsWl
oasis OI their content and honesty, the youthful '-' carelessness, a nluttoll for which appear- lea and lesslssi
Israeli statesman has pinpointed an essential n,'"r future In these precipitous times when Arab opinion]
Arab demand which must subsequently fall by '** **endsncj and when all manner of Zionist expre i
scrutinized for evidence of deviation from an increasingly rst{
ican line," Dr Goldmann found himself once again di
questionable and often unrealistic relationship that musti
Jew- here and the State of Israel. The --. ,. uf that pJ.
tetligently ryprened, is this: there is more to In-ing a ZiotBtl
ADDCrentlv the ntw imk I:-. I ,nnu"nK '" Israel fund's, or even to supporting Israel non"
^b^r^ : --"% s; sswsa BBta* "r c"ld"m ta
g. jf.r.^w^c-:.....t=ia5&a=ri.ws
'^'^.C.2?T!!SOj nUn [h.a{ overstepped lationship with the Jewries abroad This kind of reciprooi^
tion, Dr Goldmann told the Chicago conference must include*
ness of Zionists to make sacrifices for Israel aLso. be*
quires the discipline of study and that Zionists -hould setJI
dren to Israel to study the Hebrew language In its mother at
Now. it s.ems to me. there is more than a fine line uil
between the objective statement of a Zionist program geajU
supporting a Jewish State financially and by political !"
feasible, and Dr Goldmann's program which call- forJeirft

Arabs .Still On.ii i -Inoiii<-
counting reveals that the president of the Gen-
eral Assembly had to caution Egypt's Dr. M.
Azm: last week from using foul and abusive
language during one of his particularly agitat-
ed attacks against the Jewish State.
the wayside.
Hesitancy on Mr. Eban's part to separate this
Arab position from the chaff of general Moslem
vituperation against Israel might have resulted
in the UN's failure to see the issue at stuke
- --j-j-~' 'isjuwii iiiui over-stepped
the boundaries deeded upon by international
decision and that has added additional terri-
tories to its lands by military conquest
Ambassador Eban has dubbed this line
Unffi ^P'^ence." We are certain that
United Nations delegates were impressed with
his presentation when he reminded the world
poace orcanizahon that
was Arnh I """""'' an.i ir. (.oldminn s program whicti cans lor .
which killed the Palestine oarm., warlt?re "'v,,r- regardless of nationality, to bring to Zionism andM
v.cience of armed force paniXxon Plan by ective effort in every regard. The former urges an inuwM
No matter whrt tho A,k u identification, supported by positive material aid. and lo*
at the UN he7w,ll n5 ,u Su^ue""y do Jewirt State as a home for the h.unded and -he oppresdl
bv this rhrtrrl t ,hemseIves burdened -"u''' oi traditional Jewish eonseiousness i.ut as it hasbs"
Unable to ressur^i .-----I twenty centuries, in fancy The latter ; pn :uated uosU
veors Inter -- ressurect seven.
Near En k ,",e!'na"onal agreement for the : ""n"' PHtsatu of thought which regard the It* .....Jl
ihn, a y found unacceptable at i ')h( n""",'"'n who holds allegiance to nothing wept that
mat time and which thev now insist uDon for ","1" "1>,,'"'"lly universal eth.....concept in morerit
obv10us reasons, they will find it mcreasinalv UCrihed '" racc b,*,"s "d anti-Sem,.^
aimcult to overlook the fact that the
beaten beyond a doubt on the field of bnnl! E 0,FFSRENCE HERE DOES NOT alone he in *J
eiaht month later and that it was thL j M'" "M"" h ,,np Involving an emotional swicp *****L\
who sued for peace with Israel ,lf i '! mann "' mak, ,h' ****** statement the UnT
of Rhodes. Qel n ,he Islnd J'"'' People live outs.de of the State of Ur I. and
It is these last condition. *. u- L '""'" wh,'n *"" whether a ttoattea will develop >
demands Arab resMri fv, !"Ch Mr Eban 'h" JewUh peota W1" "^ '" >^l "'rfu,U*
delivery and honitVS' v, .ca,mn" his : *** b, these words (, apparent.'.nd if a defender of
the end. prevad over th. S,a,emen,s ^ Hu?" ,h* ,he>' "" ,ak ou "' "'"""'nt
poeitions Thev m* "V*"* Arab ,h;" ,h" h **** whet the enemies of Israel efB do.
Brecon be no,uJn *r}tablY 'earn that 'S* """oe .gam unnecessarily employ the tens*
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OCTOBEHJ2J95!
SAafrfcJ5tetfttB
. Discuss Good Government at Beth David
r t. \ronoviU will 1ft charge, nf the rograg is
vor *"* .. j '* ___. b..i. ..., i.....k__________
PAGE 5 A
is Mur-
ray Raub. Max JUicobson, president
revealed this week that Dr. M B
Cirlin, director of the Mount Sinai
Hospital blood bank, will also ap-
pear and discuss the possibility of
fcifer 81 a meeting of
EvTdMensClubWBTuM-
L ocl 26. :M P-m- ,n
Synagogue. Mayor Aro-
, ,.. What Must a .
Good Govern-1 establishing a blood bank at Beth
to Get
David.
Cancer Discussed
Weekly luncheon meeting of Mi-!
ami Beach Lodge 1591. Bnai B'rith.
will be held on Tuesday. Oct. 26.1
12 p.m., at the Di Lido Hotel. Dr.
Edward Annie, of Miami, will be
guw( speaker His rabject will be,
"Cancer."
Bowling League Starts Local Member Drive
Greater Miami Woman's Bowling
Association this week launched a
membership drive to accommodate
beginning, as well as experienced
bowlers, according to Ruth Hall,
membership chairman.
In addition to the established
evening leagues, morning and
afternoon bowling groups are now
in the process of being formed,
Mrs. Hall explained.
Goal is to double the associa-
tion's membership in 1955. GM
WBA will play host to the National
Women's Bowling Tournament in
1956.
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Annual Supper Sunday
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ming"
m period has been plan
lor the brunch session Mrs
.:.'.:e:: Goldberg and Frank Bnckrr.ar. ro-:r.a.rmen oi
Hebrew Academy membership dr.ve d Kta -airman
loeepfa Rose right progress of the c ::.--:.: car-.. vr.e
Greater Miami area. Goal here is 1.000 new members. Rose
revealed this week. Ir. its tenth day. the co-chcirmer. a.-.r.ounc-
ed that some 280 persons have already signed as new Acad-
emy members.
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Mm. Stanley C. Myers
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Mr- M>
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Mr-
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Mr- Harrj Kauffi
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Tifereth Israel
Slates Activities
t 25.

Mifl Irene linick
Miss Linick Plans
December 26 Rites
Mrs Ann.t K Linick i- announe
meol of her d
ter, lr- to Nathan Saroff
rhe bride-elect mi graduated
from Florida State Univartity and
i- now ;i teacher ;it Dietayna Kle
mentar) Sch '"l She is president
Young Adu'.t Zionist Dii
tnct
Mr Saroff, a former New York
resident, was graduated from the
business school of the New York
Fashion Institute He Is now an ac.
countant for the Gaffaey Conatruc
m \ u
The wedding ii plai ned for De-
cembei Ji>
North Dade Sisterhood
Lists Weekend Schedule
A bus) weekend i> in store for
members of Sisterhood of the
North i*h Center.
On Sunday. Ocl 24 the group
.- sponsoring .1 theatre part] at
Playhouse, where
"Born Yesti rda) starring Bar
bars Britton, 1- being presented.
In charge >' ions 1- Mrs
David Shor
\ men 1 &hi| tea ii in-ins: held
on Monday. Oct 25. at the Center
, 8 30 p m \n original skit by
Mr- Willii I Mrs. A
k will Ih enacted b> board
man of the event
1- Mrs Hurt K>) 1
Winer Bar Milzvah
Richard -on of Mr and Mr-
Jai Winer 5310 Alton rd will
1 Bar Mitzvah during Sjt
morning services at Agudath
Israel Hebn < Institute
1 1 Ever will officiate
The B.,r Mitzvah 1- an eighth grade
.' N itilus Junior Miith
School and attend, the religious
- h. .1 of Atiuda'h Israel.
A kiddush in hi- honor will be
ted bj Richard's parent- at
1 onclusfon of the service.
Misi Sintfrt .
Uosinlihilh. .\lj
KxciiaiigcVawi
Miss 1. ith Raeahsl
Mr> Stanle; D Mesliii,
Pirtrsj.
Brookl) \ v oa Seat gj
The bride 1- the fanJsfl
Joseph .. Bn
Me-r. y.
William Mesh. 2902 SW
GewiU i
thebni
ma': not
Best n an for tl >
ird A Meo.|
includi l. -.blnta.|
of thi : and Morrsl
the bi -.:. Haijl
blull I She bntt,]
Mr M. '. .," :.-d fm\
School an thi tn.vtnhji
ami N lied pabbi
tant. h. 1- -t-mng in thi
Forces
The ; for at
New ^ 'jiwdusl
moon an no resitsii
ten Man I h.r< Vr Heal
Membership Tea
Sisterh of Coral GaUs]
ish Cent" r will hold a t
tea on Wednesday,
p m at Palermo I*
Morn- \ Skop vill
b.K.k !' i is h
Louis /. There |
rveit..l !' Vr- Miltos
Progran 1 rmaa is SnJ
Cain BI ::-hipi*"
Mrs
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IndoMdoil* *nd or9.ni,.,0n
who vobm.tt.d copy for publics-
I on thit n|,'| uto, 0f Tn,
J.w.vh Flor,d,.n m.y no, find
th.r itemj in th*e column* due
to an early de.dl.ne and rn^heo-
kal reatrfcttena .mpoted uP.n
The Jew,**, Florid.en t r#tolt
of the obv.r.*nc, 0f the final
two days of Sukkoth.
Federal'
Mcny Marks does not believe the telephone that
in the main office lobby of the Miami Beach f*
and Loan Association is reoL Thia new twofoo
now available tor customer s use tor outside cou*
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OCTOBER 22, 1954
k Shcvin Bar
fcvah Saturday
[aar Mitzvah ol Jerry, one of
Varon Shevin. 1844
foh ^t will take PlaCP during
,irviett, Oct. 23,
[| pavid Synagogue.
js an eighth grade student
mdoah Junior High School
|,.,'iid- classes ;it Beth David
I, : School, where he || I
., and member of Boy
Mitzvah will read the
. the week and officiate
\ reception at
,. will follow in his
1^1
Jerry Shcvin
Hi 1.1.1..
Jon Weuhter. son of Mr.
Mrs. Sol Wechter. 736
Miami Beach, will be-
lt Bar Mitzvah on Satur
Oct. 23. 10:45 a.m.. at
Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Kronish will officiate,
a student at Beth
Kn Re!;gious School, is
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Miss Meredith Joy Weiland.
daughter of Mrs. Lenore
Weiland. 7871 Crespi blvd.,
Miami Beach, became Bas
Mitzvah during Shemini Atz-
ereth services at Temple Beth
Sholom Tuesday morning.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiat-
ed.
PERSONALLY
Miss Anyuta Melicov, pianist of
800 10!h St., Miami Beach, and her
mother, Mrs. Rebecca Melicov, have
returned from a three month vaca-
tion spent at Woodstock and GrOS-
singer's in New York.

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel AronoviU,
of 3350 Flamingo dr., have return-
ed to Miami Beach following !>i
Aropo.ii/ attending the second
world congress in cardiology at
Washington, i>. C. Their trip North
ISO included stops at New York
and Asheville, N. C.
Ruth Brotman, soprano, who left
in June on an extended concert
tour and vacation which included
New York. Philadelphia, New Jer-
sey and many Canadian cities, is
now at home at 1502 Jefferson ave.
b
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Mrs Clara DeKoven. of 1676
James ave.. left Thursday tor At
lanta. (ia to attend the Bar Mitz-
vah of her grandson. Bernard, son
Of Rabbi and Mrs. Ralph DeKoven.
Mrs Joseph Glanzer, ol Tuck-
ance. N. Y.. :i leader of the Nation-
al Fed. ration of Temple Sister-
hoods, one of the worlds largest
women's organisations, addressed
a joint meeting of the Sisterhoods
Of Temple Belli Sh.....in Temple
Israel and the (oral Cable- Jewish
'enter on Wednesdaj
Mrs. Glanzer's topic was "The
Work of Thy Hand- Establish
Thou It."
The National federation of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods, with a program
Of service to Jewish and humanl
tarian causes, is made up ol near
ly 85,000 members in the United
State- and six other countries It i-
the women's division ol the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, which the (oral Gables Jew-
ish C< nter, Temple Israel and T< m
pie Beth Sholom are affiliate-
Mrs Glanzer i- president of the
New York State Federation of Tem-
ple sisterhood- and was formerly
that Federation's vice president
and chairman of its committee on
child -tudy and parent education
She is active in many religious and
Births
Recent births in the (ireater Mi-
ami area include the following
James Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs
Joel Meyer. 2371 SW 23rd st.
Richard (den. son of Mr. and
Mrs Max Goldstein, 182 Fast 57th
st.
Richard Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Golden, 840 NE 172nd
ter.
Fric Harry, son Of Mr and Mrs.
Lewis Kurzweil, 525 Bspanola
Way
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Schnei ler, i:88 nk 156th st.
Karol Anne, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Solomon, 442 Cadagua.
Gary Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Meyer 12655 SW Both st.
Donna Andrea, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Arthur Beckerman. 747
Lenox ave.
Laura Robin, daughter of Mr.
m\<\ Mrs. Louis Snetman, 303 Bast
Itivo Alto dr.
Rochelle Lynn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Sidney timer. 11022 NE
10th ave
Sharon Ann, daughter of Mr.
and Mis. Harvey Sootin. 6576 SW
22nd si
Rummage Sale Friday
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
Beach will hold a rummage -ale oi
; clothing and miscellaneous items
I at Stevens Market on Friday, Oct.
| 22, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Mr?. Leopold Schwartz, president of Temple Israel Sisterhood,
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood and Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, president cf Coral Gables
Jewish Center Sisterhood, discuss a joint meeting of the three
women's organizations held on Wednesday at Temple Beth
Sholom.
civic organizations in New York. .
Prior to her appearance before .
the joint Sisterhoods meeting. Mrs. |
Glanzer was guest at a luncheon of,
the board of directors of Temple
Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Mon-
day. Hostesses for this function
were the Mesdames Irving Roth-
man. Joseph Arkin. Walter Jacobs,
Milton Jacobs and Ralph Spero.
Mrs. Harold Wynn, a member of
Beth Sholom Sisterhood's Choral
Group, was the soloist on the pro-
gram of the meeting. Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz, program chairman o
Beth Sholom Sisterhood, and Mrs.
Irving B. Kaplan, president, plan-
ned the meeting with Mrs. Leopold
Schwartz, president of Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood, and Mrs. Irving
Gerstenfeld, president of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood.

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Neuberger HUmJewish 'Origin^^^^
Continued from Pag* I A
<: "don's headquarters stooped
ti the mire ol the racial Issue '"
it- weekly material distributed
Ighout Oregon"
The Register-Guard, of Eu|
I deplored the anti-Neuberger
- ..r In Oregon, said the Re
Guard, "such things don't uauall)
SCI na W into a campaign "
. e newspaper laid: "There are
i-.\ rciawim tor voting against
ok NcuiH rger. it jrou want to find
tbenV But hi- religion is nut one of
these i--
\ length) editorial appeared in
II Com b..> Daill Time- We
iven informed, it said, "that
Giles French, who edits the Jour
Dal. wa!
od repute He his however.
brought into the campaign .. note
tr> and the Gordon Commit-
. ,n fit to broadcast that
bigotry Both ot then- (test rve the
severest condemnation "
The Paily Time- said 'The in
. one that it baaed on the
- thai. N.uixr.i : :-
a Jew and thus ha- wisdom in fi-
- Krench indicates
his ignorance. if not hi- itupidity,
tirst DJ contusing an ethnic gr.mp
with religion There are Spani-h
Jews, hidian Jewe, French
Kngli-h Jew-. German Jew-, and
Amerw.n .lew- Then rehcion has
nothing whatsoever to do with
their net
i
to infer that there are certain per-
cuhanties to any race ha- been
proved lime and again to be lal-e
Dunn, the pa-t yn or M at
before the restrictive immi-
gration lawi wore Instituted the
hulk ol the new people to thi- land
were those who fled from ghettos
,,i Eastern Europe Because they
Jews thtj were prohibited
from learning .. trade They were
forced to depend tor their exist-
enee on commerce It wa- nat-
ural, then, that when they arrived
in thi- countn they entered the
commercial Held- But the second
generation -how- no such disposi-
Ihe children of the migrants
The Iniversity of Miami Sym-
phony Orche-tra opens its 29th
season of concerts on Sunday eve-
ning. Oct. 31. at the Miami Beach
Auditorium. The first in a series of
lime programs will be repeated
Monday evening. Nov. 1. at the
Hade County Auditorium in Mi-
ami.
Mi Barbara Gibson. American
coloratura soprano, will be guest
arti-t. with Dean John Bitter con-
ducting the orchestra. New addi-
tion to this year's series will in-
clude special ushers at the Miami
B e a ch performances. Attending
concert goers to their seats will be
Beth Sholom Building Campaign in
Stride; S30,0OO in Pledges Announced
have beconH doctors, lawyers, aen- ^ unifrme() members of the Arn
.-- mechanics ind (actor) ork- -^ Ur SlK..ty Air j.-orce rotc.
and 20 members, also uniformed.
concluded it- ,pf lno pershing Rifles. Army
ling "hope that ROTC
lize th..t race and Vl>, Gibson will he featured in
*"" th' r'A-ultate Jubilate from Motel
blilt) K 165 by Wolfgang Ama -------------------- /.,rt and in th.' Mad Scene from
Beth
-
I edges I S3< WO at
I : .inch (or car- rker- he'.>i
the Pi Lid h <
Toward- our total goal of S.SXV
.., b I ..ready received
S3U6.000 and haw bed tor
this
rker-
Thc root I walh the chapel
been com-
pled thi --^i-^o
- v .:- lex ....; -nould be fmi-hed
Si few week-
N .....
- I
- ..
5 tl
\
ty workers
- brunch, agreed
to undertake the resp< B
- ling i!'emt*-r- of the
pie ~ havi ret n

was select
Tl Will
are
- | \ R B
Dr. Norman 1 S i
Morn Morris
Following i- I'-' ol wot I
Abbott. William Agranove, Morris
Alpert. William S Mtschull. Mur
ray Barren. Harry Blumen -
in. Or Ralph Cobb, Dr Mey-
\ iron Parr Jacob C
Fishman Harrj Gerson, William
GoMin. Harold R Gram ti Louis
Gr ---..-. Frank Kamen, Irving B
K-pUn. Eli Kamn. Dr Maurice
K It Tom KraviU, Ralph
man. Marvin W Lewis, Milton Ma-
lakoff. Phi! Meldon, Aaron New-
Ken
I >ka. Murray Olil
(Or I Ph ret Mr- Alfred \ I
Dr ties i.
Ii
Abe Scl
Siegt Sai Stein, Max W iti
Ben Zim:: I A
mon
The ind-up" will be climaxed
struct
...
N 7th. at 3:301
the par)

... x
unusual celebration program lor
thi- occasion
Unique in architectural de-ign.
a- well a- in engineering and con
struction feature-, the new -aiic
tuao ha- attracted nation-wide In-
terest The national Jewish Ter-
centenary celebration will u-e a
working model replica of the new
Temple in it- exhibit ot modern
architecture at it- di--
pta) in the Jewish Museum in New
I'orfe CltJ National architectural
. have pubh-hed photo-
graph- and detailed description ot
.t- -hell iike sanctuarj and ot it-
tarian layout
Cornerstone laying has been set
|< r Dec 12. and completion
tor the Bpnni ol 1^55. in tin
urtion exer-
cises
Society to Meet
There will be .< regular meeting
cif the Dynamic Psycbologit
ciety ol Greater Miami >>n Friday
Id 22 8 30 p m at the
home ol Mr and Mr- M< nroe Gelb
810 Paradisio. Coral Gables l>r
Moss will lecture ,,n dyna
mic psychol _> .,- II n lates to
M ses Meyers Mr- Be
: ster and Mrs Elaini Moss will
let the publli ;
..ram
jhi ; reside.-.- Dad* County Soc;e--.
find Put .-.:::.BSCSBhl ;.;:_isse* w;th Victor I. E
-~ designed '.o bMOT-
pesse:- H |o
'.XC. c:
the D<:de r?A speaken ru has scheduler
itsrsax] 1m ::~ -~s. Ebe: .s rhairrnc
-
Floral Arrangements
Will be Shown at Meeting

M
'- i nt Sinai Hospital
Met led by the
- will
at
newts
Mr- I0S5 NW
!28th ter will b,. the hostess
Nepkrosis film to be Shown
N rm^n Bruce Brown \ .
*"V Will pre-ent a filni.

nag n 27th, 8
P m Club l*t?
.rd J
diatneui
ques-
Lucia di bnimi'miiiiir by C.aetano
Donizetti.
Mr Bitter will conduct the or-
ehe-tra in a performance of Sym-
phony No 1 in I minor. Opus 68.
b\ Johannes Brahms, the Sorcer-
ln Apprentice by Paul Dukas.
and Prelude to Afternoon of a
Faun bj Claude Dctsaaa]
Mi GibaoCi ma born and rear-
ed in Staten I-land. N Y and like
her father, wanted to be an engi-
neer But the mellifluous colora-
tura voice, which she inherited
from her mother, inevitably
brought her into musical circles.
She made her operatic debuts
with the San Kranci-co and Cincin-
nati Opera Companies in 1953 and
has -ince appeared with Maestro
Arturo To-caniiu. the Denver Sym-
phony and on concert tour-
1 throughout the nation A regular
performer with the Kirestone and
Telephone orchestras, Mi-- (iihson
Will this year alto -tar in a con
cert version ol Cosd fan Tutte at
Washington, I> C, as part of the
bl-centenniel celebration honoring
Wolfgang AmadoUa Mozart
The Universit) of Miami Sym
Membership Luncheon
Mr- Martin Goldstein, member-
-hip chairman ol the Shaloma
i H :..--ah. announc
> to be held on
0 29 1 pm at the Km
press Hotel In chat n-ena
are Mr- i lein and Mrs.
Larrj
Mitl tarkart l,km
phony Orche-tra. in iu esghc
maining program- of tb ItH]
season, will present such
ing musical arti-t- as Erw
violinist: Eugene Istomit. pi
Eileen Farrell dramatic
Michael Rabin \ lolim-t; Zw
cescatti. violoni-t. Cbudw
pianist: and Jan Peerw Met
tan Opera A--<>ciation tew
On Mar 13 and U
Stokowski will be gue-t
with the lymphom >irthestr
Cocktail Party Due
Eleanor Roo-evelt HasM <
B"nai B'rith Women will i
prospective member- it 11
party on Wednesday. Oft!
p m at the home of Jtn I
Serkin. 720 Anastasu. Cord I
hie- Mr- H Marks .- .r. dumi
information
Membership Dritre
North Sh Centtrt
ber-hip drive tiegins Fmtty.'
22. 1:30 p rr at the hoaedl
Max Krou-e '400 Allison rd'
en in the North Short ma I
eated in Jomtng the orpaa
were nrgi "^ ^* '
an announcement tkaiseall
bj Mr- Allen Acker.
I fttfotfso*' comtmarton
SCHOOL
aWaaer
ataKKAITOt nstU COUidt PtP
* Amtritmm Scbh 4 CWIe^j Atitilitm
Harvest Festival
will
Card Party Sunday
w""" mn'sar
d a card partv on
Oet .4 T pm at
Oiinr-jn ,^r Pr. adopted child oversea- c
e.*d.ne to an MwuMfffaxm
~?i\ack chairman.
THE WEEK... AS ISEEIT
Continued from P9 4 A
ll IOCS a- they did during the format:- yean of th? *
When Premier Nasser argue- that lanel
f the Jewish body with it- vital
he n..t saj xactly what Dr Goldmann -a.: in R..bb; Irving Millar, former ZOA pre-ident and m croirnai^
American XkMdal Council, tdllows Dr (ioldmann with th* resa
an increasing neeeaeit) mu-t be the attempt to p-r-uad*jaai
ican .' w- to -pend time in I-rael to under-tand coup
fulfil! their ratea bj Jew-- d>*- he not give gn-t I W"
All of u- -r- a- our goal the attainment of I
unqut-tioned recognition as a nation among aat
w.,r!d Jewry and of European Jewry in the <
none of us certain in our statu- a- citizens ani
net object to Dr (ioldmann obsen.,- : \
smugncea; nor go we cringe for fear of infl*'
W< tnply reiterate our present and accepted p> -
want no ohfu-eation in that regard Lsrael -
I concern, but rhi- must not be confu- l"
which are asm deeply devout and irrefutable
ne thu-lar ha- a-ked the Ameru ^
tlfshig and hi- ardent Zioni-t identil:
Dt < .idmann make it appear as if that p>>-
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ercentenary, 5715 Coincide
By.. M.GAf&N tirelv tho m,1..,...., 11
Thr pew jew|sTiye#'fftld
kKnning of the great celebration of three hun-
ted years of Jewish settlement in the United
bates American Jewish communities from coast
c;,.t and from the Canadian to the Mexican
order will S00O have communal celebrations mark-
ig the tercentenary of the arrival of a little band
Spanish Portuguese Jews in the Dutch port of
fw Amsterdam, now New York. Many Jewish
nmmiiliis throughout the land will also mark
dale <>f their settlement in their own partic-
r cities, will honor their local Jewish Founding
lthcr> ;i n d will review their local progress
rough Hie decades, if not through the centuries.
American Jewry, in a word, will this year be-
ime more historically minded than it has been
at least half a century. One of the Hebrew
Lies fr Rosh Hashonah is "Yom Ha-Zikaron,"
Lj- of Remembrance, the day when the individual
L is asked to examine his thoughts and deeds
(the past. This Rosh Hashonah will be for Amer-
sn Jewry the start of a Year of Remembrance,
year when the entire five million American Jews
be asked to examine their thoughts and deeds
the past.
As we start examining our past in this country
fcnns this coming Year of Remembrance one can
lly hope that we American Jews will count our
in ,i- well as our gains, will take into account
lr spiritual weakness as well as our material
length This consciousness of spiritual inade-
icy. tin- sense of sin, would be in harmony with
Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur idea, with the
lint ol the Days of Awe. the Days of Shofar
ping, the Days of Judgment that are starting
the American Jewish Tercentenary cclcbra-
Nostalgia for the days of old, longing for the
H, i- not as bad a feeling as it is often made
to be, if it leads us to something more impor-
ht than mere romantic yearing, if it imbues us
th the desire to retrieve at least some of the
llues ol the past which we find necessary for
sent day living. As a starting-point nostalgia
spur us on fo a study, an examination and an
praisal of the past which has moulded us. From
fere on we can see more clearly and more easily
k..1 in our past is so precious for our own good,
' our own survival, that we would be foolish not
Iretain or re incorporate it in our lives and what,
I the other hand, can be discarded.
Every year at Rosh Hashona the Jew in the
lagogue reviews in his prayers the whole his-
Ol the Jewish people, beginning with Abra-
The idea, of course, is to make him conscious
the continuity of Judaism, to imbue him with
feeling that the moral and spiritual values of
-m have been in existence from the very
finning and are not something ephemeral which
passage of time can safely destroy. It is im-
Ssed on us that these values have held good for
ern ,i well as ancient and medieval times.
I American Jewish history is essentially a history
Ithe modern age. Our great community here did
like must European Jewish communities, start
1 Middle Ages, when America had still to be
Covered It started in a New World which was
Ime to become the most technically advanced,
therefore the most prosperous, part of the
pre globe.
Nevertheless, it would be wrong to ignore en-
lA-lifei? "?e3i8eval ^ *>Arf elements that
coined 1*1 f&, it^Wfe* ,h' A-rle. JewisJ commit
Jk u 1hC fc**Bfi f European Jews
t?iXr v srshorcs andent K. Z
., h 't,W'Sh ValUCS The^ -Pir.tual nredi-
SH ?'ayed an imPr,a"t Part in the life of
American Jewry.
not?heJa1 majri,y f Amprican Jpwry to**y "
mL.n, T rSt!mmiariin,S' 3re *B>BBB1BIB of im-
mferants from Eastern Europe, from Poland, Lithu-
immi. By<;'"TKl' tJkniM and -*"*-. These
.mm.Krants. though they came here in large num-
bers two generations later than did the German
Jews were much unlike the.r German predeces-
SOTS. They were more Orthodox in their religious
observances, they spoke a medieval German dialect
-Yidd.sh-which the German Jews had by this
time discarded, they had hardly as yet entered
into the modern world of their Gentile neighbors
As they landed on American shores around the
turn of the century they were still leading dis-
tinctly Jewish lives and the pattern of their lives
though affected here and there by modern influ-
ences, .was basically medieval.
Many of us who are old enough can still remem-
ber that life as it was brought over here from
Europe by ourselves or by our parents or grand-
parents. It was a life which, while it may have
lacked the spirit of modern scientific thinking and
what many today are pleased to call civilization,
made up for this lack in greater human warmth,
in poetry, in innate cultural attitudes. It respected
learning and spirituality more than money and
material success.
Many of our Jewish immigrants from Eastern
Europe, deeply imbued with Jewish religious feel-
ing, made a brave attempt to carry on this life in
the New World. But under the impact of American
conditions, particularly as life developed in this
country after World War I. their attempt did not
on the whole succeed Today even the purely relig-
ious life of Jews in the United States, accommodat-
ing itself to the spirit of the age and of the coun-
try, is woefully lacking in depth and vitality.
As we now start our Tercentenary celebrations,
as we begin our fourth century of existence as a
community on North American soil, we Jews in
the United States should ponder our own history
and the history of Jewry as a whole and ask our-
selves: Haven't we gone too far in some ways?
Isn't it time for us to retrace our steps and re-em-
brace some Jewish valuesperhaps even some
Jewish customs and ritualsthat may serve our
own spiritual well-being in this as in other coun-
tries?
Our re-examination during this Year of Remem-
brance when we celebrate an important milestone
in our history should perhaps take the form of
this central question: Have we gone too far in dis-
carding our Jewish religious-ethical self discipline?
Were we wise in discarding the rigorous discipline
of the old Orthodoxy with all its rituals, com-
mandments and prohibitions, without substituting
another sort of discipline to give our lives that
spiritual direction which our Orthodox, medieval-
minded ancestors had?
We Jews who had always thought of ourselves
as God's chosen people, as "a kingdom of priests
and a holy nation" whose purpose in the world
was to set an example of righteous living to others,
surely cannot escape a re-examination of this prob-
lem during this year when we will be so often
reminded of our Jewish past and of our future
destiny among the nations.
oon Named Vice President of Mercantile National Bank on Beach
pard Broad, president of the
eantile National Bank of Miami
eh. recently announced the
Won ol Anthony Vroon, of Pa-
pa, \ .1 as a vice president of
'eantile National. Vroon assum-
"W post August 1.
Be bank official has had wide
Brience in general banking, spe-
lling in commercial, industrial
mortgage loan fields, Broad
vroon rose from clerk to first
I"1 "lent and trust officer of
Prospect Park National Bank
arson in a 17 year-career in
Ijring the -30a, his work in re-
mixing the bank's mortgage
F1"1'" liquidating doubtful
M and real estate acquired
Plgh loreelosure, brought the
Pi'"' Park National special
Oendation from the Comptrol-
Dt 'he Currency.
Mnng a leave of absence, he
p'Pated in setting up the ad-
ministrative and financial struc-
ture of the Chase Aircraft Corp. of
New York, manufacturers of cargo
A*fli*r Vr*
gliders, after which he returned to
the Prospect Park National to
again assume direction of the trust
and loan departments. Later Vroon
became vice president and general
manager of Shotmeyer Bros. Co.,
of Hawthorne, N.J., a realty hold-
ing concern, interested primarily
in the development of petroleum
products outlets, but continued as
a consultant to the Prospect Park
National.
He became vice chairman of the
Oil Industry Information Commit-
tee's division of American Petrol-
eum Institute for the state of New
Jersey and received the Institute's
silver award for meritorious serv-
ice to the petroleum industry.
Vroon is a former member of the
American Institute of Banking.
Mortgage Clinic of New Jersey, of
which he was secretary treasurer
for 10 years and will move with
Mrs. Vroon and their six children
to make his permanent home on
Miami Beach.
Women Voters Schedule
Local Political Affair
Political affsir is scheduled by
the League of Wdmcn Voters for
Monday, Oct. 25, at North Beach
Elementary School. 711 41st st.,
Miami Beach, from 3:30 to 9 p.m.
Exhibits and booths have been
arranged to show how the govern-
ment lunctions. A voting machine
will be on hand for demonstration
purposes. A continuous series of
skits, panel discussions, speakers
and movies, all aimed at giving a
capsule course in good citizenship,
are on the program.
Dr. G. R. Serino, of the Govern-
ment Department at the University
of Miami, will be principal speaker.
Industrial Bank
Becomes Commercial
Greater Miami's newest commer-
cial banking house, the Industrial
National Bank, had its formal open-
ing last week.
Expanded not only in banking
structure but in its physical quar-
ters, the new bank is located at 46
W. Flagler it, where it has oper-
ated since 1934.
The bank expanded its operation
under a national banking charter
issued recently in Washington.
With 40.000 current customers
and resources of S31,000.000 Indus-
trial National will become Greater
Miami's 23rd commercial bank. It
has been the Industrial Savings
Bank of Miami.
But the bank will continue to
place "strong emphasis'' on savings
accounts, according to Leonard L.
Abess, president.
Industrial's new services will in-
clude a checking account depart-
ment, a trust department, and com-
mercial time and demand loans.
Industrial was acquired by Abess
and Baron de Hirsch Meyer in
June, 1948. The Abess-Meyer asso-
ciation also resulted in the organ-
ization of the North Shore Bank,
the Miami Beach Savings and Loan
Association and the Federal Title
and Insurance Co.
Abess. a resident of this area for
25 years, is a member of the Amer-
ican Institute of Accountants, the
Florida Institute of Accountants
and the Dade County Society of
Certified Public Accountants. He
is senior partner of the accounting
firm of Abess, Morgan, Altemus
and Weinberg.
Abess' civic affiliations include
the Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce. Mt. Sinai Hospital, Miami
Beach Rotary, Variety Club, Opera
Guild. Biscayne Bay Masonic Lodge
and Miami Elks Lodge.
Abess and his wife, Bertha Mar-
shall Ungar Abess. and children.
Linda. Marcella and Leonard, Jr..
live at 5101 N. Bay rd., Miami
Beach.
Tercentenary Forms
History Information
Office in* New York .
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Tercentenary Committee
and the American Jewish Histori-
cal Society have jointly establish-
ed an Office of Historical Informa-
tion to facilitate research in con-
nection with the Tercentenary ob-
servance, it was announced here.
Under the direction of Dr. Hans
Lamm, the Office of Historical In-
formation will be located at the
offices of the American Jewish
Historical Society, 3080 Broadway,
New York 27. N. Y. Functions of
the Office of Historical Informa-
tion will be to provide answers to
factual inquiries from various
sources directed either to it. to the
national Tercentenary Committee,
or to the American Jewish Histori-
cal Society, relating to American
Jewish history; distribute research
and educational materials of a fac-
tual and historical nature for use
in connection with the Tercenten-
ary; assist in programming for the
1955 observance of "Jewish History
Week; and carry out research and
factual checking as a service to the
National Tercentenary Committee.
Dr. Lamm, a historian with much
experience in Jewish community
organization both abroad and in
the United States, came to New
York from Scranton. Pa. Alter
completing his studies at the Uni-
versity of Kansas City and Wash-
ington University, he received his
doctorate in Jewish historiography
at Erlangen University in Ger-
many.
Our Readers Get
| This Calendar treet
All Hebrew And English Dates
For 24 Years, 1931 To 1855. Yahr-
scit And Bar_MiUvah Dates At |
A Glance I
Special Seaboard
Rates to Continue
Seaboard Air Line Railroad an-
nounced this week that its reduced
summer round trip coach fares be-
tween Miami and Washington and
points beyond will be continued to
November 15.
The reductions, initially put in
for the summer season on May 15.
were intended to expire September
15. However, according to W. J.
Ficht. general passenger agent for
the line in Miami, "the volume of
our summer coach travel to and
from Florida has exceeded any-
thing of the kind in the past, and
we are extending these fare reduc-
tions in order to give late season
vacationers the same transporta-
tion economy."
On the reduced fare basis, typi-
cal examples of Seaboard's 30-day*
limit round trip coach fares from
Miami are: Washington $46.45. Bal-
timore $49 15. Philadelphia $55 55.
New York $61.61. Boston. $77.19,
plus tax.
Tickets of this class are good nn
all Seaboard trains, including the
streamlined Silver Meteor and Sil-
ver Star upon payment of a nom-
inal charge each way for reserved
seats.
"We are happy to extend these
reduced fares." Ficht added, "and
to continue our summer vacation
program including our Hospitality-
Hourserving coffee and Florida
orange juice in the dining cars
each afternoon to passengers with
the compliments of the Seaboard
distribution of free sun tan lo-
tion, travel budget meals and
other niceties, as well as the serv-
ices of a Registered Nurse and
Passenger Service Agent on the
streamliners."
' The new edition of the calendar!
AH Hebrew and English dates
from 1931 to 1955. All Jewish
holidays to 1964.
1
This publication ha* arranged with one of
tur advertiser* to secure for our readers
this lateat edition of the famous 24 Year
Calendar at no cost. For a free copy, just
write a post-card or letter to:
/a J. HIINI CO., D.pl. J2
- fllliburah 30, Po. -
Canadian Chamber of
Commerce Urges Immigration
MONTREAL (JTA) "An ener-
getic, aggressive immigration pro-
gram" was urged in a report is-
sued by the Canadian Chamber of
Commerce, which revealed that in
the first six months of 1954. m-TOS
Immigrants entered Canada, com-
pared to 78.336 for the lirst nix
months of 1953. Jewish immigrants
| numbered only 786. The report
i stressed that Canada should obtain
a population of 30.000.000 by 1!'73.
which cannot be reached either
by natural growth, or through the
present flow of immigration of ap-
proximately 130.000 annually." The
Canadian Chamber of Commerce
maintained that increased immigra-
tion "creates more jobs and more
homes and raises the standard of
living."


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Shelborne Lists
Extensive Additions
[ Ii
Iirst roof g
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UN Theme Featured
At Women's Meeting
; NT al the
v Jewish Congress will
^Kiers Hotel on Moo-
p.m
ted Nat ns will be theme ol
the mVetii \ technicolor film,
shown ntribul ons to chil
will be pre
; There will be short in-
ly Mrs Maners Bet
man, esecutivi ol \-. iciation ol Gn ater Miami
Mr. \ ;;.. imer Meyers will
k< r
ON THE $ c
Proceeds for Hospital
,r ot the QU ol
ilosis h is
in and
200 East Flagler -t
al 12 30
P m P reds will be donati
Stempel. |
this week Mrs l-i


Mini K. it
Proceeds for LendA-Hand
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andon
t 24. 10 a.m
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Teen Age Event Set
At Gables Center

Cen-
ter will be l
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Myrtle Grove Estates
Water Plant to Open
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THE SCOURGE OF THE SWAS-
TIKA: A Short History of Nazi War
Crimes. By Lord Russell of Liver-
pool. 259 pp. New York: Philoso-
phic*! Library. $4.50.
By HILARY MINDLIN
Rusanll of l.iwrpool. for-
merly Deputy Judge Advocate
General Bnti-h Army of the
Rhine ..nd legal advisor to the Com-
mand, r :n chi.f in respect of all
ol German War criminal- in
the BriTi-h Zone of occupation, ha-
written a (actual, well-organized
account ol Natl atrcitic- and
he- of International Lav The
I calm unimpaloncd ren
; the bnr
nut onl) bj Jews, but by citizen- of
occui intriai nriaoaan of-
ujr the Allied
d I suck, need not h
stirred up the furor wh.ch Bnti-h
r.ru ed a f I
publi-
n from Bnti-h government
impairment of
were un
The tune of the book i-
ircite. but to
rt. and readers looking (or the
terr.' 'rending details of
The Black Book" will find thi-
an indictment with a

needed now The
nation which tw'.ce in 25 >ear-
. the world in a '
he ri-e
German) i
breadth f > ..r prew'
Mrength and faM b,
e ranking powers wf J,
of her form.r lu-.c'-.
tni high gcwrnmemeZf
fooh-h to think that thi
rationale which march* m
land. Austria sod Franc,!
terminated trillions in j JJ
to remember-h.-.h^oer^!'
wa- that 3
ward Jew
society repr. 1
moral ar well t.. remembet -hat beta
six milli. -. m
been mu- ^M
Jew- u,-
ium-. la "iabwi
ma-- p
To'!.,.
-h-K-k of
apathv wi ,
spond LaafJ
to th.- ,
evoke -
tmn Fi
flammat'in -.- :ped bail
peraonalit j
that '..- ..^
ing thr ,;
the pen
ntrocitj uaat i*,
ment of G dd) Ml
a- a J> Jtnjsls
ber of tl a ran Tea si'
I^-rri p,.:-- ea :i
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ADi Asks for IrtvestigaTten
Of FUricfe Cress
VlAVIi .T \ The Act: Deiaau-
tson Leatjue of B~maj B'nth -
ed this week -.ha: it has asked for a
fi"sap* and fall investigation of an
ot break of cross braing* over
the past five stkts is various
parts of Flonaa. Cross buraiugs
are barred by Fiends Statsr.e* Is
a "etu-r aa fjajanaq Genera! Rieb
arc W Emt of Fionda. Saafaed
V Swerdiaa. FWoda Stale ADL
are acts of artesapted itiaaidatioti.
rooted in hatred aad mtt4erae.ee.
whach esay lead to farther vioaesMe
aad d^raptsoa The aarestagatjaa
ot* these acts ought pauper t> to uv
a deterauaatiaa as to wheth-
er they hareheea
a/crated by amj
lyaafaad haat
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room cap-
I
explained
r-i.r.t I con.
tained ;n the aaaaaacea
Kl:r. J that a dining ter
race. o\ cricking the oeeaa and to
be called the Con>tella(ion R.>of
is aow being built at the She:
bora*. "We already have a Star
Rooasa private banquet hall, he
e\plaiced.
The new pool w ill be of OI> mpic
sue of white tile ith blue trim
aod will be surrounded by new-
cabana area of steel and concrete
Rising in the center of the play
area will be a glass column atop
whscb will be a dance studio
An oceaafront esplanade i- be-
sag constructed which will give
access to the Constellation Roof
froas the beach area At pool le\el.
aa oat door d using terrace will ac-
1.000 persons (or
dhsach

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Blackstone Flower Shops
Enlarge Organization

at the H

Miaari Beach
The-*- main t:\e -. ur
der Black-' anagement. ac
eonhag t Mr ^.< Mr- E
- here m n-.e ten
>rir- under then aaav
geJBOM are -hop* in the Hollv
ood Beach Hotel, ia Mum: and ir.
th.' Black-tone Hot,! where they
initially began in bu-i-
Miami Section Offers
Drama Workshop Course
Is I'm
r-hip pro-
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A: Irtrc-r.urals
To be Discussed
!
:
XI at 8
pi |
ediH -man. an-
i- held
eacr teen age Center mean
' paan
e presently being or
Canned among Center groups and
interested individuals, and the first
group to be officially entered is the
Roosevelt La^dge 177. Knights of
Phxthia-. Palace of Princes of S>ra
cuse
The double round robta sched-
ule will begin in the middle of
November and cuhaaaate in and
March
Joint Program Due
Corr: -- : i |
threi I
hy th.
mum';. >' '*!
- r i
day at-
at th< T
a%e
Radio Scries Resusej
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Dr. Peel to be SeeeW
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jaaej
at
s.-Koa
":
Pool. Raoc.
30Oh
the T'
.-h -<
speaker
Welfare B-^
ance of the TerccalBTa^
Saturday '- ^|
Waldorf A- ~: '
Boaaced b] '-*** "
presideo-
York's Cocgregatt*
rwef. oldest ev -X *** _
tt*. ( S Vt f*\
gatioa ia '.fc -
beea actrve.^ ideati*
work of the J^B -
in 19'.:
Religion Courses Slated
By UM Department
Rehgiou- eataU at the Cni-
versit> ofH hesag expand-
ed to meet < rational need for
trained director- of t***,
wtfoa. reugtou, daj iraoon
hool teachers and educat^nalT
tants according to a special bro-
chure issued this week by the UM
Departmeat of Relipoa.
The brochure natlawi a coarse
tdy for Jewish stadeats at the
university, prepared aad plaaarf
a cor.-ultatoB with the Bareaa of
Jewish Eaucatioo of Greater Mi-
Cirihaauoa W*rf
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Courses sa Hebrew Hebrew the ahareau a:
Bible wdl toaii*^
the four year **
The Bare*. ^**
tsoaiso to aaaltfsed -^^
take the coortes.
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Liv OCTOBER 22, 1954
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JBfioru
ee Loan Group
Open Season
mkol tliM-a^ H Hr*.,wn
r!h Greater Miami Jewish
Lmity Center. 450 SW 16th
[ on Sunday evening, Oct. 24.
fn, according to an announce-
|t by Isidore Schwartz, presi-
[repori "n Ihc activities of the
Ljation will be presented, Sch-
t revealed in an announce-
[ this week.
he program <>f entertainment
[include Mrs. Sonya Weiss, vo-
lt, accompanied by Mrs. Riva
(in the mandolin; Israeli
<, by Jeffe Rosenthal and
Lev Saal; and Cantor and Mrs.
Kiel Lutman, of Beth El Con-
hat ion
Charge of the affair is Mrs.
tude Injun and a committee
lostesses.
o ii i i .-, r i
-JeWlstlFlMrirttor,
PAGE 11 A
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WILLIAM ROGER .DAVIS
SI, 1.1 101 I Ml, ., \| ,
imliit-i. ,l>.-.l UgJSj^.. h *

Arltiur fii.l .fun,. h Mm. n,| ,
' Trv' ...... >., ,,i ,k
place at Nee. Hampton, In with
"" It 1......1 I'Impel in barge ,,i
i.....I srrangemi I
ii h,
""k
he
Mi
roi
imi
II, -
I,, 11
aim
in Corio Stars in
jparate Rooms'
prmer burlesque star Ann Corio
o attracting audiences to the
S ,i m llirsch production of
Lrate Rooms" at the Biltmore
ousc
rectins the play is Sid CasMl
Jthi- hilarious comedy, which
| the record for "longest run"
Broadway, llirsch has import-
all-star cast inclndinK Ednar
|ford. Edward Rowley and Peg-
ill!
Mil lil.Hid. who scored a hit ,
in Born Yesterday" with:
b.ii.i Britton, the production
kh closed at the Biltmore Sun-
|h.i- I" i n held over also to ap-
\wtli Miss Corio in "Separate
Is.
O Corio, who left burlesque
ral years ago, is fresh from a
I in summer stock and has been
|biK numerous television ap-
ances The production will run
t" weeks, with matinees on
Ida) and Sunday.
JOSEPH FELDMAN
88, of 110 Meridian ave Miami li..
II. il I I. I 1 I S.-i k'lcfH .in,I
pi ii in Brookb n, N v m,
Riverside Miami i:. a, h Funeral ll
in charge ,.i i, .,i ,,,, angenu n\r
Feldman, .1 retired Hewlett......
Hi.- is lovei 11.11. in. .mi.. 1,, \(|
from Brooklyn three 1 11
aides iii- wife, Mr.- Kate 1 1 liln
he leave* 1 ^ sms, one in \v-1
Beai h. the >< h- r in llrookl) n
MRS. SARAH SMOTSKV
6u. who aame here 10 yean nco from
Boston, died Saturdn) ..i ii...... isil
BW :i.l -1 Surviving an her' hus-
band, Abram; ., daughter, Mrs. i.nia
white, and .1 ion, Morrlel s liurren
nil of Miami; hei mother, five broth-
1- and i".. slsti n B irlal took place
III I!..st,in, with local ;,l I :, liu. in, Ills
by (Jordan's Miami Funeral 11
MRS LEAH KOHN
::. of SIM 8W .Miami ,1. died sun-
day she came here 30 yean, hum fi.....
Dayton. <>. and is aurvlved by two
1.11-. EUard and Victor, two da ugh-
' Mr- Charlotte Kline and Mis
Sarah August, and i-' grandchildren
sii.- w.i- .1 member of Temple Israel.
Si 1v were held Monda) In riordon
Mli......'hapel, with burial In Grace.
1. nd m..i,.i >.
SAMUEL KOFSKY
61. of 7I NE lllth si Mli,, came from
New York Pltj ... yean ago, died
Monda) He wai a rx tired u hnlesnle
fin dealer, and veteran of World
war 1 Surviving: are his wife, M -
Mollle Kofaky, Miami: ami two sons,
Herbert and Michael, both of New
V..i k Services and burial took pi e
in New fork, with Beach Memorial
Chapel in charge of local arrange-
.....in-.
HENRY GROSSMAN
in 1:1-. aj n. -1 Mia ml Beai h,
a retired produ, deal, 1 who 1 ame
here from New l'ork Cltj IS years
ago, died Sal ;i 'I 1) Sun l> Ing
\> if,-. Mr- ll, in 1. 11.1 1 irossm hi. Ml -
ami. fnlli -mi-. Mm -. M.,\ .,.1 \\ il
i am. .ill of New York, and i
mil .1 dauahti r, Mi -. I!ei -
tie Hal I-. I ai Ro, kawnj. I. I NY
He wai member <>f M .1 Beach
Bran, h 692 1 ..... W01 km. n < 'in l.
- .1 mi burial wen In Ni a ^".,-u.
hi, Memorial Chapel, Miami
I'i-.iiii. wai In harare ,,t local arrangi -
menu
SAMUfcL FRIEDHEIM
1120 Km Inl ave Miami Beai h,
foreman "i .1 i",\ manufacturing .....-
pany, 1 -1 Monda) In r hoapltal, He
ram.- from Brooklyn la yean ago
Kurvlvlna an hit wife, Ida; i" broth-
era, Includlna Michael, ,f Miami
Beach, and five Rlatera, Including Mis
Khlrie) i;i.-.a. Miami Service* w, <
hi ill In Rl> ei aide Memorial 'hapel,
Miami Beach, i|h burial In Mi. Nebo
, fiii,-i,-r\.
ildman Family
lys Lord Tarleton
re .In-eph Waldman family
become owners of the 132-
Lord Tarleton Hotel at 41st
rnd Collins ave. Purchase of I
hotel Irom Walter and AI Ja-1
was revealed here last week.'
ha-, price has been reported
wroximately $1,500,000.
Je Waldmans will reopen the
Tarleton under the name of
Iman Muridax and have an-
|ced plan- to run it as a kosher
11 the American plan.
PAUL C. ROOGEN
ni, i.- avc Miami Beai h, died
Monday, Kuneral aervlces were ii il
O P K X I Ff G
Ol I OHER 2:1

Telephone 2 8825 for Reservations
C h o w. Loon
II4'Sl.I III'.-1 III
French Cuisine
leon Abondance, Proprietor
128 N.E. 17th Street
Miami, Florida
Pv.^w/v>5'.<.
Joseph Waliman
NICK & ANTOINETTE'S
RESTAURANT
CASAMJNGA
Real Italian Home Cooking
1624 N.E. 1st Court
Phone 82-9375
,VUi,"nB,N.....''>' .Mi.m.i Beach
W .Hodgl 11. a 1,. |fl nan,
tn>
Dr. Feldman Dead at 61
Dr. .lugopli t'ofdman, prominent
Palm Beach physician and Zionist,
JOSEPH KESSLER
' "'all men hai I died Tueada) al
ll NW '.Hi nl He cam. I.....i
ergon, N .1 flvi i.-.,,. og-
Survlvlng
ii.......
North
Dr. Feldman later became an eye.
ear, nose and throat specialist. He
was 61 years old.
Funeral services were conducted
'h.l'lnM.M,w''lMi-'ViV,',:..'k';'.. ,,'''',''' I l)y Rabbi Max Landman. with in-
ii-. Ro) .ui.l Arthur, and "Vrother! I tennent at Hillcrest Cemetery,
'^^.-.n-'M;;,;,,,-,;.;;:.:,-'''1''1'1: West Palm Beach.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKREBY OIVKN
imIi ralgnod, deali ing to ens
.n i- iHln, mil'!- yi iii(4irstiii.- n
ini^ml fn i ilii n.,hi. h nil
i "hi U nl i he 'n,-ml < inn 1 ni I i
County, l ini l,l.i.
I'AL'UNK WESTON i;.\I.Ai:.\X
Hmx iiiuii
IIK.NB.1 NOUTON
ai torn,) fin Applicants
1043 He) bold Bldg.
in _:'-:': ll/a-iL'
u
ABRAHAM WERTHEIM
IS, -f 736 Al,l,..ii ave Mi...... I:. ,. i,
a 'Ibii-i nun il,,, of Miami llnach
ilka Lodge ism. died Wednexdii
ronvaleacenl home Mr. Werthelm. a
1.....'' l>ro|M Hi owner foi :....., -
rumlng r...... New V.nk city, i- bui -'
vlved by ,, daughter. Mra. I Ham he
Rlmler > Miami r...,, i, rum wrvlcea
were held Wedneaday nlghl in Rlv, i
I'.' M*m.?'.....hanol, Mi..,,,, Beach.
Burial followed in New fork,
MILTON WEINMAN
' Maliv man ami Miami |:,i,,i, real,
[lent for IS yeara, oming from IMtta-
buigh. died Wedneaday al in- home,
-' i > Bay r,l. sin i lying are hi- wife,
Evelyn; three daughtera, Miaa Janice
Weinman. Miami Beach; Mm Marlon
Hchafer, t^ulaville, K\ ami Mi-
Sandra Roaenswelg, Pittaburgh; H......
hrnthera, Including Jack, ol M ami
Beach; tin,, -i-i,.-. Including Mrs
Roae Quak) and Mrs. Jean Markes
both of Miami Beach; ami three
grandchildren. Kei ices were held In
Rl eralde Memorial Chapel, Miami
Beach, with burial in llttaburgh.
DAVID BROWN
'.I. "f 140 NW I.'iIkI at., r, tired n uaii al
In.. I...-, died Wedneada) In .. hoHpital
11.....' fiimi New York -i\ v,-.n-
Mr, Brown is aurvlved bj bin
" Ife, Lillian. ,i Ron, All in, Nl W V.-i k
'ii> ; a daughter Ml Mai Mi n FYled-
man, ,.| Miami, ami -. vcral 141 nnd-
chlldren. Hervicea and burial "ill be
in New York with arrangementa by
Beai h Memorial ("hapi I.
MRS. ESSIE PEYSER
71, of ?n| lllli -I Miami Reai li.
died Tl.....1.11 in 11 hoapltal I
- 11 mil burial win be In New
with the Reach Mei.......1 Chap-
el in charge ol local ai
Mra. Pi e to Miami fi nm New
York two ii-ai- ago. Sin I an- a
nephew ami a niece 111 Ml
.Merrill Island
For health, happiness, security. A
garden tract with fishing, hunting and
ocean bathing, halfway between Jack-
sonville and Miami on East Coast. Free
booklet. J. i. BLAIN, 810 Olympic,
Bldg., Miami, Fla. Brokers Cooperate.
Survivors include Mrs. Feldman,
who is prominent in Hadassah
work, and a son, of Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, Minn.
New Music Series
Joseph Mooney this week an-
nounced a series of concerts begin-
ning Nov. 8 and to be presented in
auditoriums throughout the Great-
er Miami area. Under the sponsor-
ship of the City of Miami Beach,
the series will present Cantor Phil-
ip Brummer, of Temple Emanu El,
in programs featuring liturgical
and operatic music.
IF YOU SUFFER
DA I U "fneAOACtte
rfm IT NEURALGIA
get
of HEADACHE
NEURALGIA
NEURITIS
RELIEF
wil/i
The way thousands of
physicians and dentists recommend
HERE'S WHY Anocin is like o doctor's
prescription. Thai is, Anocin conioins not
just one but o combination ot medically
proved active ingredients. No other prod-
uct gives faster, longer-lasting relief Irom
pom of headache, neuritis, neuralgia
thon Anocin Tablets. Buy Anadn lodoyl
Holiday Greetings To Our Many
Friends and Patrons
Italian iwavdenn
SERVING FINE ITALIAN FOOD
Also Your favorite liquors and Wines
PHONE 84-7759
7444 BISCAYNE BLVD.
GREETINGS
Office Phone 9 8138
Home Phone 65-1126
OPPEY'S AUTO REPAIRS
GENERAL REPAIRS
All mokes of Cars
160 S.W. 1st STREET
Oldest, Largest TV Service Organisation in Miami
Serving all the Public Promptly
DAYS NITES SUNDAYS HOLI0AYS
S80S S.W. Eighth St.
Sales
Service
Rentals
T R A TV M0 7*2574
11 M I In ,| M anlwer 83.H
67
fSJ- DOLLAR DIHNfRS IN TOWN EVERY DAY'
SMITTY'S tt S8J cSou& DINNERS
COPPER *F asstc utmms.msmMk
I/.-.-., AO i VIGITABLfS CMOICI Of
KETTLE JL I"""**, HOT ROLL!. iUTTU.
" nmlMT, TIA 0 COSH!
<775 NW. 7th AVE OPEN EVERY DAY 11 A.M. 8 P.M.
Compliments af
Ell ll \ssi \ s BSSTAUKACT
On Th Trsill ,
Specistliiing in Corned Beef ond fmtUimi SgnstsviehtS
* W. th STRUT
PHONE 13 0*56
StASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH ftltNDS
Serving Greater Miami for Over 40 Yeers
K
AWNING AND VENETIAN BLIND CO. INC.
54S N.W. 22nd STRUT
PHONE 2-1731
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS .
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Cliff Liadgren
Lindgren Plumbing Company
Contractors Repairs Service
1645 N.W. 17th AVENUE
PHONE 65-8431
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To Al.l. TO WHOM THK8K PltKS-
K.VTs SHALL. COMB, QREKTINGU:
\v li. 1 ,-i,s.
1 'IIAIll.KS WEINBERi;.
MIAMI BKACH, Fl.oltn ,.v
MrniiKi. p. mil1.1:1:.
MIAMI BKACH, FLORIDA
STANLEY B RICHARD,
MIAMI BEACH, FLORII'A
rli,l mi the 16th da) of June, A.D, l:J2.
i-.ius,. in be in. .,i-|H,i;it,-.i under iii^
provlaiom of Chapter 808, not U
Statute*, QARDNER MANORS, IXC,
n corporation, wan lis prlnoiual place
nt i.usin.-ss at MiHini. IhiU- ,'mini
in the Slat,- ,ii Ploiida, and wh< 1
the mUh kik.1,1,-1 -. ni sui ii i-.ii (...ni; 11
liil mi Hi,- itih day of October, A 11.
i'.i. cause to i- filed in the office of
th.. Kei-retary of Mate of the State
if l-lnii,In. 11 Consent of :!! the sim ;.-
holders under the provision* of -.ii Chapter 608, Plorlda Statutes, show-
ing the dlaaolutlon aucli mr|i -r.i-
i ion.
Now, Ih,-i,'fur.', the s.-r. t.-ir> .if
>i.ii. 1I1...S hereto certifs to the -
going and that he is sal xfied liiai the
requTrementa of law hava beet.....
iili.-M with,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, f
inn,- hereunto set my
.iikI h.i\,- Bbffixed the :
Seal of the State ol 11"
.it T.illahasaee, 1 he '
tills the FouiI.. 1 ^11 da) 1
> rctober, A l>. l'.'-M.
R, A. OR \ V.
s,-. retary of Sts
KRAI.)
I" 22
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
Tl I ALL Tl 1 wilt >.M THESE II
ENTH SHALL COME, UREETINOri:
\\ ll. I -.!>.
CHARLES WEINBERti,
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA,
.11 ISEI'H II 1 iARl IN 1 K.
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
BTANLEY B RICHARD
MIAMI BEACH, l"l.ol:il'A
did mi the 7th da> of Jul), A.D
.1 uae i" be Incorporateil unde
1 ns ..f 1 'hapter Bi Fin l
- al it, (1 \l:ii.M-:i: ESTATES. INC.,
11.1.11 inn. with Its principal pi -
il bualne .11 Miami, Dade
in ill. State of Florida, and wh,
the sl... kln.lil.-i "f sin Ii 1 111 pom 1
did "ii Hi" 111I1 day ol l> tober, A 1 '
1954, cause to be filed "> the nffl, r>f
the Secretarj "i State ( the State of
I'l.niii.i. .1 Consent "i ill the
holders uiiii. the provlslona of ta '
Chaptei 108, Florida Statutes, shewing
the dissolution >>i such corporation
Mow, therefore, the Secretary < State does hereby aertlfy to the fo -
going and thai he Is satisfied iliat the
requirements of law have been co
piled nil.
IN WITNESS WHEREOI I
have hereunto set my hand
.mil 'have affixed the ". 11
.-. .,1 of th,- si.it. of FtorMa
Tallahassee, the Capital, t!ii-
the Fourteenth da) ..f rctobe .
A.D. ltS4.
K. A. lili.VV.
Secretar) "f SI
(SEAL)
I' 22
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
O* FLORIDA
Tl ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENT!* SHALL COME, UREETINiiS:
When -.
Ill !: tl" RE It NELSI >N,
MIAMI BEACH, FI.ORII IRVINt] Sl HI'I.MAN.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
ARLINE SCHWARTZ,
MIAMI BEACH, I'l.oRlli.V
did "ii the it.1 da) ol September, A 1 >.
:.i In- in,-ni I,..i ;,|i-l ii-
IslnnH "i 'hapter W>8, I'.
M 1: y CO IN'VKS I'M ENT
CORP., INl' .1 corporation, Ith
pi in, 11,,.i |,i,i,. ,,r business al Mlnmi
Bench, Dade County, In the State
- .111 1 hereas the proper
, 1 -in-h "inorattnn did on 1
IBth da) f October, A P 1851, ou --
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Jliewviislb-IEIIiDiciidliigiin
JMIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1954
SECTION B!
ongressional Medal Winner
Says Reds Will be Vanquished
JEW YORK Benjamin Kauf-
j), f ne of the two surviving win-
ts,,; ih' Congressional Medal of
lnc r i Jewish faith, told a Con-
nie n.il committee investigating
nmunist aggression that he was
gin that "the Communists, al-
ii', trong and threatening, will
defeated "
testifying on In-half of the Jew-
War Veterans of the United
i America, of which he is
> executive director, Mr.
till.'..in pointed out that the
fcnmunist man is lacking in the
\ i spell the difference be-
Vn eventual triumph and de-
It He has no soul. His spirit is
leu. In his heart there is no
hpttfion."
H< kl the committee, holding
inn;:- hire in the Federal Court
(u Foley Square, that the Jew-
i w. r Veterans have never, since
nr inception in 1896, entertain-
illusions as to the real in-'
tent of Communism. The JWV, he
said, repeatedly warned the Amer-
ican people to beware of this "can-
cerous idealogy" as "nothing more
than another scheme to entrap the
body and soul of man in the
shackles of slavery."
He pointed out that the JWV was
"never fooled by the Communist
propagandist who glibly extolled
the tolerances of Communism with
respect to races and religions." He
said, "We knew that, from the be-
ginning, religious freedom behind
what has come to be known as the
iron curtain, was a myth, just as it
is today."
Mr. Kaufman told the commit-
tee of some of the positive pro-
grams undertaken by the JWV to
educate its members and all Amer-
icans as to the "dangers and pit-
falls of Communism."
He cited JWV's sponsorship of
forums in major cities to give the
[iami Woman Attends
Meeting With Dr. Einstein
' ami woman recently spent ;
uting afternoon with Dr. Al-1
Ein-tcin Mrs. Oida Rubin, of
}1 North Bay shore dr., attended
i in behalf of the Amer-
i U ot the Hebrew L'ni-
liii> i Princeton, N.J., on Sept.
and heard the world famed
^ili> atician physicist declare
l-r.iel was '"the only place on
1h where Jews have the possibil-
to nape public life according
|thi traditional ideals."
|lr- Rubin, president of the
Mter Miami Chapter of the
Fnends of the Hebrew
pvi ity, earlier received a per-
tation from Dr. Einstein
attend the meeting. "The He
ew I niversity has been very
i my heart for many years,"
wrote "It is to discuss how we
[America can best participate in
rebirth of a great university
m inviting you, together
In selected group of Jewish
kill Id be my guests at a lunch-
planning conference."
fii' lentisl spoke at the clos-
ing session of a two-day meeting,
opening a $10,000,000 drive in be-
half of its building program. Two
hundred Jewish leaders pledged
$2,620,000 at the conference, ac-
cording to Mrs. Rubin. Present
quarters of the university on
Mount Scopus have not been used
since 1948, when Arab Israel hos-
tilities broke out, and 3,000 stu-
dents are now studying in make-
shift quarters
"Princeton was wet," Mrs. Rubin
said. "The skies were dark and
grey. But inside, there was warmth
and color in the quaint Nassau Tav-
ern where we met. Dr. Einstein*s
silken hair, his soulful eyes and
his ^oft-spoken voice were awe in
spiring.
"More than this. His sympathe
tic consideration created an aware
ness of the grave responsibility of
everyone present through his warm
and spiritual message. Dr Einstein
made us feel personally aware of
the responsibility of Israel's only
university and aware of the needs
of the students."
entire Communist issue a "full air-
ing" and shed some light on the I
methods Communism employs to!
filter through the crevices of Amer
ican life. He said that JWV nation- \
al headquarters keeps up a con-;
slant barrage of material exposing
the Communist conspiracy through-
out the country and participates
fully with all other veterans groups
to maintain a solid front against
Communist manifestations.
In this regard, he said, the Amer-
ican veteran, stands head and
shoulders above all-other groups in
the fight against Communism.
Warning against those who "put
self-ambition above national inter-1
est." Dr. Kaufman stated that "to
utilize the very methods and ap-j
proaches of the Communists in ,
combating the evil, can serve no
useful purpose and will make of |
us the same monsters we despise." j
He assured the committee that '
JWV "true to our traditions are !
waging constant battle with Com-!
munism, fighting it out; as all
Americans should, in the boxing
ring of ideas, not only destructive-1
ly but constructively."
"The secret of fighting Commu-
nism efficiently." he said, "lies in j
exposing the motivations behind i
Communist thinking, exposing the!
cold-blooded calculations that lie
behind their every move."
Knding his testimony on a note
of optimism, the winner of the na-.
tion's highest military honor said.
"I am certain that our children and j
grandchildren will one day be able .
to walk about in a world where
freedom will stand entrenched in |
every hemisphere and Communism '
will be just another totalitarian
idu whose fallacies and falsehoods
Wan discovered in the nick of
time."
Mr. Kaufman won the Congres-.
sional Medal of Honor in World .
War I. during which he was decor-,
ated by every allied country for
heroism above and beyond the call
of duty. He has been national exec-1
ative director of the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States of
America, the oldest veterans' or ;
ganization now active in the coun-
try, since 1947, and is also a past j
national commander of the organ-1
ization.
Philip M. Klutznick. president oi B'nai B'rith, and Mrs. Henry
Monsky. of Los Angeles, member of the national Hillel Com-
mission, discuss the Hillel program on behalf of Jewish college
students during a recent annual meeting of the commission of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations held at the Henry Monsky
Foundation's Camp B'nai B'rith, Starlight, Pa.
64-Year-Old Scholar
Gains Medical Degree
NKW YORK (WNS)-Sixty-four-,
year-old Dr. Louis Perlman, believ-
ed to be the oldest interne on rec-1
ord. started his new career with ;
a bang this week when he deliver- !
ed six children during the first j
few days of his internship at Beth
David Hospital.
Perlman has been a student vir- j
taully since his childhood. He holds i
nine university degrees, among I
them a doctorate in jurisprudence.
Most of his life he worked as a
translator and chiropodist. In the j
past 45 >ears, he worked on his j
studies with amazing concentra-
tion, not taking a single vacation.
He recently received his medical
degree in Heidelberg. Germany,
where he was graduated from the
famed university with flying hon-
ors.
Born in Minsk, Perlman studied
at Moscow, Poland and France be-
fore coming to the United States
in 1913, where he enrolled as a
student at the Kron School, pre-
paratory school on New York's
East Side, whose founder, Aaron
A.'
*:* \'JLjk
.& &

t
Kron. was a noted educator devot-
ed to Americanizing the host of
immigrants who were swarming
U.S. shores during the height of
the European immigration wave.
Perlman, like many Jewish immi-
grants of that time, studied at the
Eron School at night, working as
a buttonhole maker in a factory
during the day.
Among the degrees held by him
is a BS from N.Y.U.. MA from
N.Y.U. and a similar sheepskin
from the New School for Social
Research. He also holds two de-
grees from the Brooklyn Law-
School, an LLB and a doctorate in
jurisprudence. In addition, he
holds a PhD from Columbia Uni-
versity. He is the author of a His-
tory of Jews in German literature.
a social study and a volume on
Russian literature, the theme of
his doctorate dissertation.
Perlman told a reporter for the
Worldwide News Service that be-
fore studying medicine he hoped
to make a career in education, but
that after stdmbling upon some dif-
ficulties in attempting to enroll in
NYU for a doctorate in education
he decided medicine was his sal-
vation, recalling the attractiveness
of the healing profession to Jews
throughout the centuries
His first move in the direction
of medical pursuit, he reported,
was Bdinborough, England. How-
ever, a severe case of pneumonia
diverted him from his plans. Later
he went to Italy, where after spend-
ing more than a year, he decided
thai the language difficulty would
make it inadvisable for a man of
his age to enter a medical school.
Instead he went to Germany.
where be received the MD degree
at the University of Heidelberg
magna cum laude.
ff.fr*
* /t
T
.. i_ tv \ tho sixth Zionist Conaress in Basel, Switzerland. Shown seat-
h photograph wa. made in 1903 of the English Divis.on at the mxth omst^ J^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^
,'<* center) is Dr. Theodore Herzl. father of modern Zionism, s ae. y ^ .^ Qph ^ Uoyd Wengrow> oJ 1330 13th
cq several years ago, is seated immediately alI Dr. Herzl s e ^ Accordi ,Q Wengrow. Dr. Herzl's mother
,e' Miami Beach, son of Mrs. Millie Bergman Wengrow, wit* Wenqrow's brother since deceased. Persons recog-
snown at his right Second from left (first row) is ^^J^m wiih The Jewish Floridian.
'*>ng other delegates in this historic photograph may communicate witn
South Shore Committee
' Studies Summer Survey-
south Shore Committee of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce discussed recently the re- ,
j suits of a recent summer tourist
| survey made of Chamber members
who own or operate accommoda-
tions in the South Shore area, ac-
j cording to Burton Loebl, commit-
tee chairman.
Members of the committc-e are
Burton Loebl, chairman, Alfred A.
Lesser, Kitty Markham, M. A. Bas-
kin, lrwin Abrams, Jack Corbett,
Jack Cook, Nat Ratner, Marcus O.
Sarokin, Howard C. Boone, Alfred
Stone, Chamber Governors Leo
Adeeb and Burton S. Kahn.


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* *~-i**nrrirUnn
Mrs. Weinstein Named Community
Education Month Chairman Here
Mr- Irwin Weinstein. local com-l4| Stevens, will be dur;
. a r, has been nami moron s< --. >n I itiUed
nan of Community Education "On Trial, Ihe drai
thirtj da) period devoti
Knowing Vour Communit) "
Launi hing Ihe an
1 program will he
. several hundred repn
lummunin uii-im -r .....
dque educat -h<' commun
., luncheon at- *""' *'h,cn -''v' Jewu"
f Greater Miami ti v
worm nations The event
- -i: duled for Mor Noi 1.
a m to 3 p ni. at the Di Lido
Jack Brass, f"lk -
: public relations director o( the
Hebrew University, will hishlieht
. IJ 's activ
I to appear on the
m are Stanlej I Myers, pn
at ol the Greater Miami Jewish
n Rabbi Joseph it V,
rot. ol remple l-r.,<-! .ind Dr. Ben-
In B i; Federation
i iterative director
An original produced by the fcfesdames
Charles Eli Gotlieb and Bernard
UN Program to
Hear Fascell
\
I the I'nited N
t ion \ I be
clim 24.
front Park Au I r-.um
t Dant
wi!i .. : -- pon-
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be
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on the v
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hurcr R.,hhi \
esident of I .. .

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! Ban llegi Ch will
ions for
s in char_-
ration* S si
: "
there
her*
Mrs Harold B Spael is
man ol the arrangements commit-
\i Kanner and
Mrs Henrj v in charge
n( atti ndano
"Getting to Know Youi I
Your Neighbors ii the them for
this unusual program." said Mrs
Weinst the ""1 ;'"1'
purposes ol 'he educational evenl
To give the women ol Gn
r insight into the
workings ol local health and wel-
institutions, the education
committee ha- arranged (or i series
of free bu- tour- during the month
ol November Visits will be made
to Mount Sinai Hospital, Beach
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Jewish
Home tor the Aged. Jewish S
Sen ice Bureau. Bureau ol Jewish
Education and National Council of
Jewish Women.
At these agencies trained pi
nel Will take visitors behind the
- to stud) thi tation
- The M< sdan i Samuel
and Murray Shaw an co
chairmen in charge of tour- Presi-
'( the local affiliated i
u ho a ill de\ elop the tour
thi Mi
Sol S rris J G<
\ ... Ml la Rattier.
Miltl I. S :

rmen of the Women"* Di-
Mr- Jack A Ablin and
I.< hrm i
/Mrj. Irwin WeinJfeiii
Seek to Eliminate Bias
From British Text Books
LONDON (WNSi In an effort to
eliminate bias, the Briti-h Council
ol Christians and Jews has initi-
xtbooks
in use in var us secondary schools
Coun-
cil ha- called .. conference for this
week end i" di ports from
variou n ho havi
text-
hook-
First in Series of forums
Scheduled by Women's Group
!',. _;in- at 40" will initial.-
I -B'*ff.T f iftnjf fVr.i.n--
(,,r women sponsored by the North
SI pi i hapter ol B'nal B'mh on
oon, Oet 26. 1:30
p m .it Ihe Biltmora 'I
Dr Jo i pta K Narot, RabU of
Tempi* Israel, Dr Samael Gerl
man. noted internlal of Mount
Sin,ii Hospital and medical direr
lor ol the Jewish Home for th'
, n I Vlberl Comaner execu
r ol the Jewish Social
Service Bureau, will In* panelists
discussing the physical; spiritual.
nv Dial and social adjustments for
women
Mi Ida Rapport and Mr- David
Hendel are chairmen President <>f
the North Shore Chanter is Mrs.
George Baltuch,
Care for Convalescent
Wins Weinstein Award
For hi- attentive care in driving
a convalescent passenger to and
from her doctor's office. 62 year old
Samuel Weinstein was selected as
thi- week's winner of the courtesy
award of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber ol Commerce, according to Lao
Ki-m-tein. chairman of the court-
esj committee
Nomination for the award was
made without his knowledge by the
appreciative passenger. Mr-. Jen-
tt< Steiner, ol 1579 Meridian nee
Weinstein Is married and lives
with hi- Wife, Stella, at 1577 Mi r
The award is a $25 gov-
ivings bond DJ Miami
waj
ann *!l
hen
WANT Mr
and be swe if$
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
MMfjnji
Vitamin "D" Ml,
"Milk Products"
0cr hutciii
TEL, 2-2$tl
Creoter Mini Mm,
Haft 0r F. *
Grorqe Smtlhers
Smathers to Speak
At Temple Meeting
\ & utheast ti. giona
be held Oct. 30 I
M i arl 11 nil
Temple men- clubs ii 1
rotherhoi
hosts to visitini
Sal
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-
er at a Sui
tui

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-
\ NFTB
[ Nothai \
of the Union of An lebrew
ission ol
brotherhood programs and pi
will follow
At a clo-ing luncheon m> i
Ravmond M Kuhr. pre-ident ol
Ti-mple Savannah,
'... will -peak on Selling Brother
: and Temple "
The NWTB compn-e- 302 Re
Temple Brothtth.-id- with
than 53 000 members
.hroughoul the I nit jnd
.'i.i
Select either label!
They're both the same beaDsf
| the biggest
little symbol in
Kosher Cookerf|
Thereitis-prominentlydis-
played on the label of Hem
Vegetarian Beans., the
little symbol with the b*
meaning.-.the^
approval of THE UNjgj
OF ORTHODOX JL^kJ
CONGREGATION
AMERICA I-
that the tastiest om
the Koslu-r. pari-ve brtn-
They're the favorite off-
ish fan-.,'. *
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VEGETARIAN
BEANS
Strktly Ko'
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: Y, OCTOBER 22, 1954
+Jewish fltx-Minn
PAGE 3 B
iLOBAL SHORTS
ilem Asch Arrives in
nel- to Say Six Weeks
I-,.I WIV iWNS) Sholrm
L clebrated Yiddish novelist
,venUI literary figure,
here Mn~ week.
who i- now reported to be
Lv'ii rit oi London and who liv-
kijami Beach for a number
, xpects to stay six months
iii. ountry.
ted Yiddish Novelist Joseph
ntoshu Dies 0t 67
(FV. VOlfK (WNS) Joseph
IJojliu, noted Yiddish novelist,
eek in his home here at
, of 67. He had been
number of the Yiddish-
, daily, "The Day." Two
HI, Opatosbu'a novels, "In Pol-
ds" and "The Last Revolt,"
r .,n published in English
.1, 0ns by the Jewish Publica-
S ii t> of America. Ranked by
itli Sholem Asch and I. J.
Opatoshd was born near
, land, and attended school
< : before coming to this
i 1907. He wrote histori-
I ol Polish-Jewish life and
gib. .J limes and later on of the
eru.:i scene. His novels have
in i ..nslated into many langu
Arab League to Augment
Propaganda Aparatus Here
WASHINGTON (WNS)A "new
approach" to putting over its posi-
tion to the American people has
been developed by the Arab
I-eague, it was disclosed here by
Abdael Khalik Hassouna. t h e
league's secretary general. Ad
dressing a convention of the Syr
ian-Lebane.se American Federation
of the Eastern United States, Mr.
Hassouna said that the league had
decided to augment and improve
its propaganda apparatus in the
United States and that Kamel Ah-
del Rahim, former Ekyptian Am-
bassador to the United States.
would head the unit charged with
presenting "public information
programs to meet American inter-
ests."
cient Israel Town
earthed by Archeologists
sAI.EM fWNS) Netofa,
. nl Israel mentioned
\. hernia as one ol the
v. huh the Jews returned
. ir Babylonian exile, has
n urn irthed between Beth-
i Jerusalem by the Israeli
cut oi Antiquity The town
: oi activity at various
im the time of the first
i the Jewish Monarchy
|j Aral) era (about the
in CJ2.)
Jewish Groups Urge Action
Against Desegregation Group
WSHINGTON (WNS) Immedi-
ate measures against persons vio-
lating Federal laws by attempting
to defy the Supreme Court decision
barring racial segregation in the
public schools was urged here this
week on U.S. Attorney-General
Herbert Brownefl by the American
Jewish Congress. In a special mes-
Uge to the Attorney General. Mr
shad Polier, chairman of the exec-
utive committee of the American
Jewish Congress, noted that the Su
preme Court's decision last winter
WM "one ol the most etlective
Mow- yet -track in this nation's
struggle to maintain its democratic
institutions against erosion from
within and subervsion from
abroad
J. Palmer Purser, eight-year-old patient at the Jewish National
Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver. Colo., shows a letter
he received from President Eisenhower to Mrs. Fannie E. Lor
ber, president of JNHAC, who addressed an Oct. 14 meeting
of the Lorber Chapter of the Home at its annual membership
tea in the Miami Woman's Club here. At present, ten.
Florida children are receiving free treatment for their severe
asthmatic conditions at the National Home. Other guest speak-
ers were Mrs. Michael Pollack, of Miami, and Lorber's presi-
dent, Mrs. Adele Bernstein. Chairman of the affair was Mrs.
I. R. Mayers.
Germans Sentenced
Anti-Semitic Insults
: K I iWNSi Two Gor-
: Frankfurt and the
r D irmstadt, were given jail
I hi- week BOX hurl in.;
s tic insults at Jews. The
wen Arno S< hneider, a
chinist Who was sen
6 months b) a Frankfurt
Walter Klein, a bus]
w h o receh ed a live
nee m Darm '."it

r
toe

s Reported Restive
der Mounting Provocations
\i i:\i (WNS) Settlers
i i- (d Arab attack- have
ing "iron restraint in
ol the continuing and un-
ol murder and terror
from" across the border.
. clared herein a statement
n ign nil ice dealing with
llong the G.ua strip. \
i-merit warned that the Is- |
pulation was becoming re-1
I "sorelj tried" as a result
recurrent and incessant
tacks and that demands
Jltiplying that an end be I
way or another, "to the
d threats against their
d property."
Winner of 1953 Lamed
Foundation Awards Honored
NEW YORK (WNS) Dr. Jacob
Shatzky Dr. N Brussilofl and Pro-
lessor Z Sharfstein, winners of the
i!t.">;i awards of the Louis balled
Foundation for the advancement of
Hebrew a n d Yiddish literature.
will he honored here paid-Novem-
ber al a ceremony at the New
School lor Social Ite-earch where
each will receive a prise of *500 in
the 14th annual distribution oi the
BV, rds The Yiddish prizes were
won bj in- Satzk) and Brussiloff,
the first tor his history of the
lews ,n Warsaw" and the -econd
tor In- novel "By the Rivers of
Polesia." The Hebrew award went
to Professor Sharfstein i o r his
autol......."aphj "There was Spring
in the Land.''
Beck, Strassbuny
Join Music Faculty
McDaniel to Get
Mizrachi Award
Gertner Installed
Vice President of
Hospital Council
Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor of Mount Sinai Hospital, was
installed as vice president of the
South Florida Hospital Council in
banquet ceremonies at the Algiers
Hotel last week.
Others elected include Tracy B.
Hare, of Variety Children's Hospi-
tal, president, and S. K. Bronstein,
of the Dade County Civil Defense
f'ouneil. secretary treasurer. Rep-
resentatives of hospitals through-
out South Florida participated in
the installation ceremonies at the
annual banquet.
Gertner was recently the subject
of a feature article in the summer
issue of "Hospital Topics." Remark-
able growth of the hospital was
traced under Gertner's direction
since the opening dated December.
1949. when Mount Sinai opened its
door to the public with 100 beds.
Today, the hospital has 258 beds
and 50 bassinets and is continuing
to grow to meet the expanding
needs of a mushrooming commu-
nity.
Plans under discussion are to
add 60 additional beds in a private
pavilion which will be expanded
to 300 beds in the new hospital.
Tribute is paid to Mount Sinai's
many loyal supporters who annual-
|y help make up the institution's
'deficit of between S275.000 and
$300,000. The hospital is one of the
major beneficiaries of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal conducted an-
; nually in Dade County by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Miami Conservatory of Music has
opened its 34th year oi instruction
here with two well-known -
Florida musica
educator- added
to the staff.
in- Paul Beck
voice coach, and
Ex-Nazi General Surrenders;
Was Convicted of Slander
BONN (JJTA) Ernst Otto Re-
iner, leader of the banned neo-
Nazi Socialist Reich Party, who
Beach comp iser,
have joined the
faculty, accord
ing (> an an-
nouncement by
Herman B, Muel-
ler, director.
Herman Mueller, in charge
of the South Miami branch ol the
Coi -' i vatorj. i atanl to her
husband-director A graduate
the Vienna Conservatory,
mother was concertmaster
Fran/ la liar
Dr. r.eck was born in Yu
via and studied music ami voice in
, !,. Vienna and Italy, where
(ice teacher was leadin I
or Umberto Sacchetti.
He has coached U C h tamOUS
singers as Metropolitan Opdra star
Guilio
NEW YORK Bruce McDaniel,
returning; director of the is Oper-
ations Mission in Israel, will be the
1054 recipient ol the "Annual
America-Israel Friendship Aw aid'
ol the Mizrachi Women's Or
ation of America, it was announced
here bj Mrs. Joshua L Lewis, na-
Roberl Strass- tional president ol Mizrachi Won
bjirg, Miami en. He will accept the citation at
th' Keynote Session ol the forth
coming 28th annual national con-
in ot Mizrachi Women in it-
l..i.:ic Citj. N.J., on Sundaj eve
November ~
Mr McDaniel will be the tilth
n c p.cut ol the award m hii h hi -
made annually since the -
tablishmenl ol the Stati ol .
to "thai American
i h faith who has mod effectively
ed undi
ship betwet n the peop
i States and I
! i nt year."
Previous award winners have
I. ii:- .! imes G McDonald I
i S Ambassador to Israel; Gen
John Hilldring. charged with I S
rams in behalf of displaced
Di i. ph .1 But
i nite l Nal ns mediator of the
her
[or
Samuel Gertner
Hed Germany two years.ago alter ed lure with the University of Mi
hi- conviction forhaving -hindered ami Symphony Orchestra, and has
.lews and other antl Nazi resistance
Florida area who have per-- l
din ct sales contact with the public
h.;v. been united to enroll their
lio Gari, who recently appear- pa|es(jne dispute, and Mrs Elean- employees, Jack Caesar, chal
isevelt.
fighters, has surrendered to Gt r
man authorities Herr Remer, one
time Nazi general, appeared at
Oldenburg, in Lower Saxony and
contributed a chapter on the "Prob-
lems of Vocal Education," to a
edited by
Customer Likes, Dislikes
To be Aired in Lectures
'What Customers Like and Dis-
like In Sale- People" will be one of
symposium 5' :nun Spaeth.
stra-sburg holds a Master's de- many "know-how" topic- covered
was promp.lv jailed by the authori- gree in music from Harvard. during llvejdght Strassburg is currently choir- curse sponsored by the Adverus-
muter at the Coral Gables Jewish ing Club of Greater Miami.
AP business firms in the South
ties. At one-time during his two
year flight, he was reported to be
adrid Jews Asked to Pray
lietly on Yom Kippur
|Ma: HID (WNS)On Kol Nidrei
-In policemen visited Madrid's
ly synagogue, located in a tiny
1 n i nt. and asked the more than
Ji wish worshippers of many
Itionalities who were gathered
ki their voices low during the
Blowing da\'s prayers so that the
I (lies would not be audible in
reel outside. The prayers
ed by Kabbi Alex Fischel of
Su- there were more present at
I pi ( iiuuiie- than on Rosh Ha
when Spanish officials re
| permit service* to be held
< a-tellana Hilton Hotel
that request was turned
no further attempt was made
permission to hold Yom
services in more spacious
II n ..dm !i
living in Egypt.
i Center.
of the A<1 ciuhs' educ.itior.al com-
unite -. announced
The course will be held in the
Beaumont Lecture Hall, University
of Miami Main Campus, starting
Oct. 29 and continuing on Oct. 27,
28 and Nov. 1 and 3. Each session,
scheduled tor one hour and a hali.
starts at 7 p.m. and additional time
at the end ol each meeting will be
devoted to questions and answers
from the registrants
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I. Columbus and the Jews
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FRIDAY.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
I when Rabbi Skop will discu- the
u.. kiv Portion.
day morning services are at 9 a.m. | ficiatinp MinchT^55^
Richard Winer, son of Mr. and j followed |,V g_,,***l
temple Sinai of Hollywood
will hold late Friday evening sen
, e- >t 8:30 pm. Rabbi David Sha
piro will officiate, with Loin- J
Schwartzman, director <>f the
Bureau ol Jewish Education, dis-
\ih ances of Jen ista Edu-
cation in America." Cantor Joseph
W, Ualek and the Temple choir.
under the direction of Rev Morde-
chai Haalman, will render the mus
ical portion- of the liturgy. An
iinog Shabbat will follow Saturdaj
morning services are a( 9 a n
hi Sh.ipiro will discuss the Weekl)
Portion.
*
BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services. 8 p.m.. at their place of
worship, 12201 NW 7th .,\<

TEMPLE ISRAEL will hold Kri-
daj evening ten ten .it 8 15 p.m
Seymour Samet, director of the Mi-
ami office, American Jewish Com*
mittee. will discuss "Democracy
and Freedom Saturday morning
.-, n < i an 11 a.m., w hen .'"-
-(ph 1 tl "4 Mr and Mr-
Renata Levi, will become Bar Mitz-
i ah Dr Jacob 11 Kaplan I
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Frida) evening services
l
will ol n the
V New I
ti
...
. will
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S
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. : l at 11
'
I
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER v.'.\ hold Frida) evening
IS p m with Rabl
r-.tur Maurice .
render the Musical ;
lions ol the liturgy, assisted bj the
tenter Choir under the direction
Lucilli M > Subject I the
Rabbi- sermon i> scheduled as
ewish Daughters of the Ameri
Ri lution Satufoaj mon
services ..re at g a.nv, when Rab-.
bi Ok lica ill discuss th< Week
Ij Portion Daily sen
p m
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER h
S itur-
I
I
; n the I -
-
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will h ild Fn
>
- in the topic A
N h Bi i antor Albert
I anbl will render the musical por-
DS of the lit.: b\
tht Shabbal
following will be under the spon-
: Mr- Hurry Ber-
15th w. dding
anniven ;ay morning sen
ices an I Rabhi H< dis-
< uss Cn tivitj
/ -.. pj
- will partici-
; the S
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Frida) evening
5 30 p : Satui ..> morning u
ices an IS m Rabbi B Leon
Hurwitz will te and pr.
Ri Ru-
Dh Brill will render the mu-

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION wi hold Fl
S itur-
morning are at 8:30
. with R
;ng and preaching
1> Portion ("la-- in Hishi
1:49 | ktlncl V30
pm. I'
- :or Ben k K, mer will r> i
mu-ical portion- of the iiti.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at S M
pm Saturdaj morning services are
nt 9 a na Rabbi Alexander Gross
Will preach on the topic "Man
God's Image Mineha Is al 5:15
pm. followed bj Shalos Seudos
Sundaj services are al 8 a.m with
. services scheduled for 7 90
a in and 5 45 p m
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fridaj evening sen
Ices at 5:45 p.m Saturday morning
. arc -a 8 45 a m when Ed
ward, -on of Mr and Mr- llai\c>
Michai i-on. becomes Bar Mitzvah
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitt will offi-
ciate and preach on the topR On
, -l- and Our Biblical Ontol-
(.antor Edward Klein will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy, assisted bj the I enter
Choir under the direction of Eli
Samuels

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will conduct Frida) evening
services at 5 15 pm Saturday
morning service- are at !' a.m.,
when Kabbi Jonah Caplan will offi-
and preach on the topic Hu-
man Progress i- Slow Cantor
Abraham Self will render the mus-
irtions id the liturg) A i lass
in Bltde l- scheduled for 4 30 p m
Mineha will be at 5 p m
b) Shi St : th< spon
sorship : Mr and Mrs

ISRAELITE CENTER hold
[5.15
ces will
p.i ted I
- f the n
will on;
.
i iui Youth." '
the
DS : UII .: V
bath i- -i h< dull I
i irda) morning services .ire
.it 8 15 a m with Raobi Malavsk)
discussing the Weekly Portion
Mineha will be at 5 15 p m follow-
Shal a Seudos Dall) services
are al 8 a.m and 15 minute- before
wn
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Frida) evening serv-
al 8 15 pm. with Rabbi Mor-
p official ching
on the topic 1 ti-
the Begun

' > the
an d e r 11
bert Straw Satu
I
Mr- Jack Winer, will become Bar I Maariv. fiaily
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Mjtxvah, with Rabbi Isaac Ever of- a.m. and 5:45 hm
Friday evening services at B p m
Saturday morning services
a.m Rabbi Heno Wernlek will offi-
ciate in the absence ol lUbbi Irv-
ing Lehman and preach on the
> Portion Can I or Philip
Brummer will render the musical
portions of the liturg) Mineha ii
at 6 p m
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Frida) evening aarview al
k 13 p m with Rabbi Leon Kronish
Officiating and preaching the ser
mon services will be dedicated to
United Nation- Sabbath Saturday
morning service- are at 10 45 a.m.
Merman Wechter. -on of Mr and
Mr- Sol Wechter. will become Bar
Mitzvah Cantor Samuel Kelemer
will render the musical portion- of
the litur.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Frida) evening sendees at!
530 pm Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8 30 I m with Rabbi ;
Shmaryahu T Swirsk) officiating
Cantor Fishel Lutman will render
the musical portion- of the liturg)
Subject ol Rabbi Swirsky's sermon
i- scheduled as "Israel lnvinsi-|
hie Mineha will be at 5 30 p.m...
[oAowi d i j Shalos Seudos.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Frida) evening
) morning serv-
U ncha will I
b) Shalos
Vann Weihgarten
will rendi r th< n u>iea ol

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
1- rida) evi ning sei vices .it
Satu > morning serv-
iet are al 9 .. m w hen Jerrj. son .
..i Mr and Mr- Aaron will,
become Bar Mitzvah Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches will render the mus-
ical portion- ot the litUTg) .lennne
Gordon, Beth David education di-
rector, will officiate at the serv-
Icei
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at tV
o.m. Saturda) morning services
are at 8.30 a m when Rabbi Ane
Becker will officiate and preach
on the topic 'The Measure of Our
i [i i lass in Bible i- scheduled
for 5pm. followed b) Minch
shalo- Seudos sponsored b) Mr
Mrs .i Schwartz Dail) serv-
nd 8 p.m.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
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IaY. OCTOBER 22, 1954
+Jwlst IhrHrtr
tters To The Editor
PAGE 5 B
L Th<' Jewish Floridian:
J,e ,, lebrate our three hun-
l|, year in America and review
L,!,. thai face us. we should
[more the problem of mush-
, synagogues and self-made
L, recently brought up in your
Icati""
man who accepts God and
[cognizing his Omnipresence
[tides thai he can worship Him
[here, be it a corner of his
[home or a rented hall, has
Led his spiritual adolescence.
[ when he recognizes the grati-
liin that comes from commu-
forship in a House of God, side
de with his co-workers in the
of religion, has he attained
jual manhood.
I. Morton's "defense" on be-
]of the Rabbis, pointing out
(these men of learning object
leetiny synagogues because
Wear the loss of revenue.,is not
table, particularly wmn' we
shortage of Rabbis which is
(need by the fact that local
tgations have been obliged to
be educators to do the work
kbbis Rather do they fear the
^f potential year-round work-
or Judaism. Giving the Jew a
be (o salve his conscience by
|ns into an overnight syna-
jteeps him away from the
kized institution, where he
be convinced by the Rabbi
|rve Judaism year round and
A onee a year.
\. Morton attacks the priests in
leond paragraph, but in the
he quotes Kxodus 19:6 to
i for every faithful Jew the
It of missions as one of the
nm of priests. Past commen-
|explain this to be so only in
[hereafter, "bo-olom habo,"
every Jew may be a priest.
|my hope that he will accept
prnmentary which points out
the phrase "kingdom of
" must be understood in the
i fashion as we would under-
Rritain to be a "kingdom of
mat-"
lei's renown shall spring from
peatness of its spiritual lead
Hoi every Jew can claim
plood The word of God spe
II) points out that only the
relent- of Aaron shall have
Ibirili right Mr Morton's be
1? the Rabbis by saying "All
lul Israel has a mission no
|han Ihey," reminds me of the
le defiant Korach ques-
lu the authority of Moses and
in Numbers 16:3: "The
ni the congregation are all of
hoi) wherefore then will
itt > ourselves up above the
legation------?" The Priests,
Bed by God and the Rabbis,
Bed by man. share in the task
Uding the .spiritual life of Is-
The synagogue, true to its
kfohi connotation and fulfill
threefold function as "bais
Uses ihouse of assembly)
hamldrosh," (house of stu-
nd "bais hatfilo" (house of
fcr) is the place where the
American Jew can-hope to find
conciliation with God.
Not an overnight bouse of pray
er. but a synagogue. It matters lit-
tle whether it be orthodox, conser
vative or reformed, for it is its
spiritual leadership that will deter-
mine its value as a spiritual strong-
hold From the same pulpit from
which you hear the call to assimi-
late will echo words of prophetic
power revealing the beauty of the
traditions of our ancestors. You
hear words tearing the Jewish cal-
endar to shreds and pointing out
that its months are meaningless,
but from that same pulpit you re-
call the charge to hold on to your
calendar because Pope Gregory of-
fers us nothing more meaningful
than our own December, which
comes from the Latin "decem."
meaning "ten," is the twelfth
month; October from the word
meaning eighth, is the tenth
month; November should be the
ninth but is the eleventh; the
length of its months depended on
the whims of emperors.
Julius Caesar got July with 31
days, so when A ug aft us saw that
he picked one witf^ few days in it,
it displeased him; The Senate de-
creed that a day be taken from
February and shifted to August. If
failing wholly to accept this whirl
of inconsistencies in place of our
own calendar marks us as being
different, then let us be different;
for that seems to be the Jew's
strange and mysterious mission
throughout the agesto shed light
in a world of darkness, to preach
faith and hope in a world of doubt
and despair, to champion peace
and brotherly love in a world of
strife and hatred. Yes, to be out of
step, but in doing so, to set a new
pace for his fellow man.
It is gratifying to note that the
same Rabbi, who would tear the
Jewish calendar to shreds, would
on another occasion rise to defend
the right of the Jew to claim the
glory due him as God's chosen peo-
ple; on the other hand, an educa-
tor who dons the yarmlike and the
robe of a conservative Rabbi on
the Holy days, and knows the
bochar bonnu and olaynu back-
umis. rises and rejects the theory
and tact of the "chosen people.''
It is my hope as well as my
conviction thai the work of all men
who labor in the name of God, be
they right or wrong, will eventual-
ly lead t<> the glory of the Jewish
people.
NATHAN H. ZWITMAN
distinguish from." Two meanings
Of .segregation are "to set apart
from the flock" or "to separate
from others." These two words
both mean the same in reality
when it comes to interfering with
human lives it means setting
aside a certain population of Ne
groea and keeping them attached
to a stigma with these two words
for life.
Now is the time for all of us
who hve in the South to live with
the times We've got to give these
Negro Americans a chance to ad-
vance lor the betterment of all
mankind.
Our government la spending bil-
lions of dollars to keep other peo-
ple in many foreign countries free.
Let's free our Southern Negroes
from the stigma which has been
attached to them since before the
Civil War.
Some Negroes who have helped
our government advance are Book-
er T. Washington, George Wash-
ington Carver and Ralph Bunche.
There are many others who have
given our government many worth-
while ideas. Our government has
progressed much from all their
work Many Negroes have fought
and died for our country in the
Armed Forces. Let's build, our
United States stronger with more
brotherly love and unity for all.
GERALD M. ROTHBARD
tioned? And could they not have
advane< d our great religion an inch
along the path that is to see the
day when the nations "shall take
hold of the skirt of him that is
Jew, saying, We will go with you."
In the name of what is alleged
to be tradition and our law. the
skirt of him that is Jewry person
fied I- tenaciously held on to and
he is going nowhere.
This restaurant's dishes reminds
me of the unfortunate Brahman of
India who is made ritually impure
when the shadow of an Outcast
falls on him. I imagine they do not
do away with our Brahman, but
prescribed a few baths and swine
prayers, and the fellow becomes as
good as new.
LEWIS MORTON
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
A restaurant is found guilty of
falsely advertising its food to be
kosher. It is punished according to
law. Further, the spiritual leaders
condemn its dishes, pots and pans
on the word of "a recognized au-
thority on Jewish law."
Must always Judaism be held
back, and not be permitted forward
by even a little? Have not the gen-
tlemen heard of soaps, detergents
and chemicals which cleanse uten-
sils so (heir purity cannot be ques-
Nephrosis Chapter
Names Officers
Greater Miami Chapter of the
National Nephrosis Foundation in
a recent meeting at its new clinic,
2343 Coral Way. elected Mrs. Hen-
ry Green president for the 1954-55
term.
Herman Fisher was elected vice
president
Other officers elected were Mrs.
William Epstein, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Solomon Goldman,
recording secretary; and Mrs. Her-
bert Laibow, treasurer.
The local chapter is now enter-
ing its second year of existence.
Proceeds for Children's
Village in Israel
Mrs. Rachel Sakowuz, president
of Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
this week announced that the first
luncheon of the season will be held
on Wednesday. Oct. 27, 12:30 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. William Clein,
1860 SW 4th st. Proceeds are for
the Children's Village and Farm
School in Ranana, Israel.
Simon E. Sobeloff, United
States Solicitor General, will
receive Yeshiva University's
annual Charter Day Award
at a dinner on Sunday. Nov.
7, at the Hotel Astor in New
York City. The Charter Day
celebration will mark the
ninth anniversary of Yesh-
iva's elevation to university
status, to become the first
American University under
Jewish auspices. Sobeloff. a
native of Baltimore, is a for-
- mer Chief Judge of the Court
of Appeals of Maryland.
Find Jewish Home Life in
South Africa Stronger
JOHANNESBURG (WNS)Jew-
ish home life in South Africa is at
present far stronger than in the
average American home and the
South African Jewish home still
has a positive relationship to the
Jewish religion and culture and
maintains certain observances, this
week declared Rabbi L. Milgrom.
THIS IS A QOSP YEAR FOR
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Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I am against segregation. All
men and women were created
equal by God. regardless of color
or race. Segregation is never good
for us when it comes to dividing
human beings. Human beings are
created to work and live harmon-
iously together.
Two words which are similar in
meaning are "discrimination" and
"segregation." Two meanings of
discrimination are "to divide or
li
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pra Hotel recently. Pictured are (left to right) Lillian Bar is.
Usurer; Gil Rappaport. Florida executive director; and Sybil
Wan, chairman. Yom Kippur dance each year serves as the
^d reunion affair of the District.
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PAGE 6 B
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Earl Warren to Address Groundbreaking
Of B'nai B'rith Building; Hodiak Will Star
. i ___..... il>., R'nni H nth
WASHINGTON, D. C A total "1
S253.500 in special gifts has been
raised thus far for iho new B'nai
B'rith Building, il was announced
at a two-day conference <>f the
B'nai B'rith Administrative Com-
mittee just held here The meetings
c i- chairman t the B'nai B'rith
national campaign committee
which iv raising funds for the mil
lion-dollar, eight storj building
rhe building will be located al
the corner ol 17th si and Rh d
Maud ave A dinnei to mark lh<
groundbreaking will i>- held
H i ""-1"'
; L'hicl Justice of the I'l
Stati will be principal
.1, hti Hodl k i
i
B'rith in conjunction with lh<
Hodi
the p titled "A Hi
which -!'
n [or thi occasion Its pro
duction will l"
t| x '. v. -h I.
c bi tion which is tal
this year to mark the 300th anni
versarj ol the first settlement ol
Jews In the United States The his-
torical sketch highlights the con
tributii n- ol Jews, and particular
|j ol B'nai B'rith, to (he defense
and development ol American de-
mocrat B'nai B'rith was found..I
in New Vork in ih-w
The athli tic, six fool actor i- cur-
ls appearing on Broadwaj i
2!
"afh **** "h7i
">p. i'-i:.di.j7tM
ssra """ *jS
No-San i
w,k'"m' "'< In home J
k"tr ;i: with either ,.,., r d; *'
and either wax, ,t -.,.,;*<
"'-'"- a- th/^J
wrietji of part) Dlte-siie open sandwich^ \m
1 ;' wive',3
thoroughl) different n.ai
then OWI
ion S.I
John Hodiak
tori Warren
were held at the Hotel Willard
with Philip M Klutznick, president
of B'nai B'rith. in the chair
This total represents all new
gifts. Klutznick said II comes al- The Came Mutinj -our. Martial.
entire!) from individual- in
all parts ol the country, "'any ol
them not hitherto identified with
B'nai B'rith enti rprises It indi-
cate- that American Jews as a
the need
i nti r w' re their proud
in the makii f Amei
..ti'.n can be adi quately dis-
I nai B rith President
.. sponsored bj ;h>
.. -ii ii. in > Mon>k> Founda-
with Frank R S Kapl i
Pittsburgh, Pi i < hair
man ol the Board ol Trust!
K Washing!
Mrs. Glasser to Speak
At Auxiliary Affair
the sea
. the W om n \ i -..
the Jewish Home for the Aged wil
,, place on Tui da;
_: 30 p in in th \
: Hotel
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A I. ; bin, Otto Han* rschlag
Sp rh t, Milton II iff<
Isidor i
M< n > Dubler and Al
vitz
Table Tennis Tourney
Slated at Town Branch
ld<. type tabli tennis tour-
namenl for teen age hi>- will be
gin at the Greater Miami Jewish
Community ("enter. Town Branch,
on Monday afternoon Ocl 29, 3.30
p ii, it i- announced bj Ted Kap
Ian. chairman ol the health and
physical education committee
A planning group consistii
I ea r Robert Hoffman. Harold
Levii Don Kamitzk). Sidnej
Goldberg and J el Fleisher met
th:- H>'. k at the Center, and it was
: th il eat h conti t wil
ol the best two oul ol three
'I h'- i ii will i I .:i New
Year's day, with first and second
place awards to be pr. nted to
the first and second rung winners
at that date.
Games will be based on .. chal
]. m wherein a pl.iver
; call upon another player with
in three positions in the ladder
who must ace pi within a thra. da)
period.
sts sketch o! new B'nai B'rith Building to be erected in
Washington, DC.
No-Salt Tasteas Win Wide Acclaim
n p.,.n.ek tor the entire family in
l,,u ., ,., ..- regarded with a man) thousands ol homes
ol sympath) b) To anyone who has tasted this
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OCTOBER 22. 1954
^bnWhllnririaa*
B'rith
is Birthday
IKGTON, D.C. B'nai
I i chapters through
ferld celebrated the lllth
r> ol the founding of the
I week, it an-
:ll B'nal B'rith headquar
Kebration was marked by
[ mces in New York
major cities in the Unit-
B'nai B'rith was founded '
jerk's lower Bast side in
now the worlds oldest
L| j( wish service organ-
fl ooo members in 33
throughout the l re e
L, with a long-stand-
I pecial B'nai B'rith
C to mark the an
!i..|d in sjnagogues
||. Friday evening.
. idressed to 2.200
... Philip M. Kin'/
dent "i B'nai B'rith, de-
i ial B'nai B'rith Sab-
iii evening of mutual re-
in Judaism and selfless
_ the finest Jewish tradi-
praised the cooperation
with local B'nai B'rith
making this event pos-
I year.
knick said: "In rededica-
basic humanitarian pur-
^ji B'rith will again de-
Iniversary week end to
ung its ties with the
ranch of American Jew-
PAGE 7 B
Ervin Expresses Views On School Desegregation
"De&gregatttri in Florida" was
the subject of an address by the
Hon. Etiehard Brim, Attorney Qen
nil of the State of Florida, on
Monday at (he third fall meeting
of the Civic Lea ;ue ol Miami*
Beach.
Ervic's views on the problem ol
Integrating students in the public
schools and the steps already tak-
II I j his office to conform to lh'-
Suprerre Court of the Unit!
States decision were delivered at
the Hickory House, with Irving C
pen presiding.
In addition to the attorney gen
era's remarks on the desegregatia
issue, (here was question and
answer <-- [on for the civic Leagu
members and their guests.
Commander Frank A. Gordon, of Jewish War Veterans Post
330, presents a ploque to Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro
for the role he has played in promotinq good will throughout
the area during the 1953-1954 season. Herman H. Glasser, of
Pos! 330, who headed tho selection committee, looks on.
JWB Convention Slates
Authorities at Sessions
Succeeds Trager
lent of CJFWF
5TER Despite great
his durum the past dec-
manges in Jewish needs
nil at home will demand
large scale philanthropic
ni-li central Jewish com
ns in 1955. it was
ip l.i-l weekend to 150
I (tending the 20th
y Ri | ional Conference
pm 11 "i Jewish Federa-
te funds.
Il; Vbeles of Newark, a
I : the CJFWF, and
iociate director
I urveyed the shift-
In Israel, North Africa.
in this country
n of Hartford,
idenl of the Re-
i ing year. He we-
ll il Trager, of
held the position
i ol American
rop) m Israel is
that countrj to be-
l- 'v -ii sufficient,
I' nd its agriculture,
n decent
the recent arriv-
ired. "in lior-
" greatly increased
I from recent events.
must provide the nee-
lance before the needs
r I : hills."
Herbert Millman. national au-
thority on Jewish Community Cen-
[ten, Benjamin Sternberg. national
I field director of the JWB Armed
services Division, and Leah Jaffa.
1 JWB's music and drama consultant,
will participate in the Southern
Section ninth annual convention
, scheduled for Nov. 6 to 8 at the
] Shamrock Hotel and Jewish Com-
munity Center in Houston, Tex.
Millman and Steinberg will serve
as consultants to the various dis-
cussions at the convention, and
; will bring to the meeting the ex-
perience of Jewish Community
Centers and Armed Services Com
mittees throughout the United
States Miss Jaffa will demonstrate
the use hi the Jewish arts in Jew-
sh Community ("enter and Armed
Services programs.
Miami Sisterhood Plans
Games Party, Meeting
Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation"Will hold
a games party on Sunday evening,
Oct. 24, at 8 p.m., in the social
hall of the synagogue. The first
regular meeting of the season will
be held on Oct. 26 at 1 p.m. Rabbi
Simon April, spiritual leader of the
congregation, will be principal
speaker. Cantor Berele Kelemer
will render musical selections.
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PAGE 8 B
JWB Meet Set
In Houston, Texas
1 1T.m-t.ui. Texas, will the 1-
Me ol the ninth annual conven
lion "i 'lit' Southern Section-JWB
and fourth Ann) Area Services Di
vision. The convention will take
place N"\ fl i" 8 '' the Shamrock
Hotel and the Jewish Community
Center.
In addition to hearing national
speaker- and consultants on Jew-
ish Community Center and Armed
Services work, the*delegate* will
hold a series of workshop discus-
sions 0D topic- related to the oper
ation ol Jewish Communit) Cen-
ters and Armed Services Commit-
tees
David H White, of Houston, is
chairman of the Convention Com
mittee. Leon Kaplan, of Miami, is
president of the Southern Section
JWB. and William Alter.
Antonio. Tex is JWB Armed Sen
n-e- chairman ol the fourth Arm)
A rea
Results of Bridge
Tourney Tabulated
Results Of the full master point
duplicate bridge game recentlj
held and sponsored bj the Men's
Club ol Temple Israel are ..- fol-
low -
North and South l Mrs Jasper
Cromer and Mr- William Hir-ch,
2 Mr Maxwell Hyman and Mr Her
bert Ahrams: 3 Mr. James Cohen
and Mr Donald Kubin
East and West i Mr- William
Sacker and Mr Harold Zeeman;
2 Mrs Sarah Harkell and Mrs
Harry Polaskj 3 Mr Richard Per
win and Mr Jack Block
Sixty-eight players participated.
Next regular same will be held
Nov. 9 in Kaplan Hall, according
to J E Freehling, tournament di-
rector.
11 TV Stations
To Carry Jubilee
*.jeis*rk>rklteri__
Z!I^OCT0BBl,
Library to Cooperate
With Tercentenary
Central Jewish Library ol the
Bureau ol JewUh Education will
cooperate with the local Km
lewish Tercentenarj committee
in making its bo. ks and archives
available to the general lewisn
community, particularl) its re-
sources on American Jewish life.
according to an announcement this
week bj Mrs Joseph Duntov, chair
man of the library committee
New book- just catalogued tor
the librarj include -Adventure in
Freedom." Oscar Handlin The
Jews in America." Rufus L.-ar-i.
-American Synagogue f'>r Today j
and Tomorrow." Peter Blake; My
,-r Myers, Goldamith, Jeanette
Rosenbaum: "Blessed is the Land."
Louis Zara: "The Commodore.
Robert l> Abrahams: Jew- Settle
in Nee (Unsterdam Samuel
Grand; The Jew in American
Sport-." Harold Ribalow; "B'Ohley
Rush, Enhraim Le itskj
"The Old Testament and the
Pine Arts." Cynthia P Maus; "The
Private Lives of the Prophets."
Brooke P Church: Ancient fa-
reel." Harry Ortinsky; "Historj of
our People in Bible Times Jo
seph Halpern: "Hlstorj ol Our Peo-
ple in Rabbinic Time-." Joseph Hal
pern "Firal Rainbow." flo Oleans;
and "Ereti v lo Masakh." Yaako>
Rubin,
Eleven Klonda television sta-
tions will join other stations
throughout the country October 24
to form the largest network of tele-
vision stations ever assembled
when the two-hour Light's Dia-
mond Jubilee program is presented
t.. commemorate the invention of
the first practical electric light
The first light w..- invented b)
Thomas A Edison, who wii
in Fl nil. October 21 1879
l ion wide Light's Diamond
Jubili gram was kicked ofl in
Miami with the I par
ade last New Yi ars I v< rhi l V
program will climax the celebra
tion
The two-hour show ol shows will
be produced b) David 0 Selznick,
noted motion picture producer,
who will make hi- television debut
with thi- -how
unenting on the Jubilee cele
bration, Henrj Keele, chairman of
i iorida Power & Light Co Light's
Diamond Jubilee Program said
that "Probably no other factor has
contributed so much as the pi
ress ol electricit) in the-, past 75
years to the hi^h standard of hv
ing We enjoy in America today
P.T.A. Groups Name
Parent Leaders
Parent leaders for the Parent-
Teacher Associations in each of the
three nursery schools operated by
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center have been selected it
WU announced by Mrs Max Get-
tincer. Nursery School committee
chairman
The P.T.A. chairmen and their
respective branches for the coming
year are Mrs Solomon Kann. Beach
Branch: Mrs. Charles Gottlieb,
Town Branch; and Mrs Lawrence
c.....iman. Plagler Granada.
Algiers Purchases
Parking Space
Purchase of the lot on the north
west corner of 26th st and Collins
avi by the Algiers Hotel was an
nounced this week by Leu Kenin,
Charles Posner and David Levin
son, co-owners of the oceanfront

The property, diagonallj
ii hotel, i- now being used ..-
,i parking lot It will continue to
.. parking area for about
125 cars
Approximately 10,000 q U I r e
feet in area, the property extends
in an irregular pattern fron
ve. to Indian Creek dr and
was the site of the former home of
r*ancoast, earl) pioneer in
Miami Beach
.u addition to accommodating
: Hotel car-, it will serve *-
parking space for patrons of the
offee Shop and Ri
rant situated at the con
and Collins
A Rabbi Ascends to Heav<
By FRED A. MARTIN
Btori...... kindness and cwnpasato" d,-pi..yed
b> Rebbea." the spiritual leader-... Chai^Um.
during the penitential season abound in ChaaaUlk
r. One Ol be-e ,- the story d th, R.bb. n
rov Which 1 L ivretr Yiddish writer, .doped
b- .amous -tory "If No. Higher Still "I. k the
,.,,,. Rabbi who Instead of attending the early
morning penitential prayers during the week pre-
ceding Roan Hashona chops wood and warms up
the home ol I poor, bedridden widow to whom he
cme- diagauaed as a Gentile peseent
A i-.tvak" in town who disbelieves all the
stones ol the RebeV followers that during the
period of penitential prayers the saintly man
K ascends to heav-
en, decides to fol-
low him during
the early morn-
tng hours. When
the Lithuanian
sceptic dlscoven
the Rabbis er-
rand of mercy he
tells the RahW's
followers that
) now he behew-
that th.- itehhe"
dees ascend to
heaven, "if not
v ^ ^VF higher still," dur-
| "yUBkft h",ir~
\ ^kSv W^k i x -o mew hat
^L ^rlVjL HM tol.l about Rabbi
Sasov On the eve
of the Day of
Atonement, when
the time had come to say Kol Nidre. all the (has
sidim were assembled in the HOUM "f Prayer wait-
ing for the Rabbi But the time passed, and he did
not come Then one of the women of the congre-
ption said to herself: "I guess it will he quite a
while before they begin, and I was in such a hurry
and my child is alone in the house I'll just run
home and look after it to make sure it ha-n't
awakened 1 can be back in a few minute- "
She ran home and li-tned at the d.n.r Every-
thing was quiet Softly the turned the knob and
put her head into the rwm and there stood the
rabbi holding her child in his arm- He had heard
the child crying on his way to the House ol Prayer
had played with it and sung to it until it fell
asleep
In lik.- \ ..ii thi It. bbe's" kind
imal during this season of the year
This time the hero i- Rabbi I>..\id of Lelov On
Roth Hashona morning before the uj
shofar. Rabbi David ,,,,, ,(| Jt*!,
synagogue. His disciple Rabbi YiubJk !
inn to look lor him II, ,,, R *!
ing in front of the gate tothehoas, h
cap full of barley to the horses, whichfc
in his hurry to get to th.- Hoiutol Pr,
behind unfed Only when he had UmZ\
the orses did Rabbi David come t(J .kTj
Prayer.
These stories are meant to ikm tk>i
and compassion are more lundtm*nui-
fore. prayer. In th.s spirit Rabbi n[m*]
chiU once, after the Additional Prajfr-J
of Atonement, said:
I wish that I could be reborn 4,
Jew might come to me in the
mcrniiij (
I. I. Pint:
"If Ml kifher still -
some of my milk to refre-h himself betas
ning the service of God
Love displayed, only toward ones J
children is not sufficient In the Tainatu
that the stork is called I hu-idah in HcM
is. the devout or the loving one. beewsej
so much love to hi- mate and hi- \<>w\
stork is classed in the Scriptures vftkd
birds. Why is this. Y....K Yitzhak I hi
once asked. "Becau-. ^
own," he replied
Rabbi Bunam of Pzhysha, laotstri
leader of the Hassidic sect, -aid |
Day the world begin- anew, and btioni
anew it comes to a eJoai Just a- hdmi
the powers of the body clutch hard at Mti
at the turn of the year ought to clutcbatl
all his might and main "
Rabbi Bunam once told thi- Ro-h Ha
"Rabbi Eleazar of Amsterdam was ei
journey to the Holy Land when, on tkta,
New Year's Day. a storm almost sanitki
fore lawn Rabbi Eleazar told all his paakj
on deck and blow the shofar at the fai
light. When they had done thi.- the *a|
down."
"But do not think." Rabbi Bunamti
Rabbi Kleazar intended lo save the stay (
contrary, he was quite certain it *>!
but before dying with hi- people hei
fill a holy commandment, that of bknajhx]
horn. Had he been out to save the skupti
miracle, he would not have -ucceei'
Rabbi Yitzhak of Vorki wasonwaWj
plain the reawi for the ..Iphabetical onwl
Confession of Sins prayer on the Day ment.
"If K were otherwise he re[ ]
not know when to stop beating wr I
there i- no end to sin '*^
..f -m. but there i- an i n I to the aiphsktj
With the High Holy Day spirit still here, Manischewitz
Gefilte Fish, Frozen-Fresh Kosher Poultry. Sponge Coke Mix,
Wine, Borscht and other traditional items make a notable con-
tribution to the planning and preparation ol holiday menus
with effortless ease. Above is a Lekach (honey cake' baked
according to the highest culinary standards set by Manische-
wiiz.
Rubber Company
Reveals Production
Of Giant Tire
United States Rubber Co is now
making in it- Detroit plant the larg
est tire- in it- hi-torv tires that
w.-ith 2.600 pounds and stand eight
f.-et tall for u.....n huge earth-
moving ami strip mining equip-
ment, b ittom dump trucks
sell
These nylon tires are 30 cjo art m
-!/ and havi .i 4n plj rating The)
far exceed in size th.- 24 thai had previously been th.- :
e-t ones made b> th.- omps
ill. d i s ii
Con-Trak Tors and have a full lug
, tread I insures excellent
1 urii th. 30.00 3
wnh ap-
typi-
cal
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be
the plant
f
produi
the*.
000
wom. v ,
two on
ih. tread alone is
nearly :{i2 ,.k
Pric ol th, Trjk
mto wnhou. -x,,.,
'"v "'* niore than SI.000
tb. next unalk
-,.i:w at ttJIB.io
!"'"' J,"""1" "res win be marte
only in Detroit and will be stocked
i at regional warebot
Bond Sales Soar
The month of September again
sae Saving! Bond sales of nearly
five million dollars credited to
Florid., buyers, iti
H B..
-Dade County alean|
723 and for the jert
sh.-w S! TuT.429"
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New giant tire weighing 2.600 Punds.a.
tall dwarfs conventional truck cab and nw-
over 6 loot Clyde Prince, ol the Detroit rlani ^
Rubber Co.. where the huge tire is made ""^
used on earth moring and atrip m'nin?.bt
dump trucka and elf-loading acrapers_ ^ ^j
bead wue are in the tire, and the tread i
thick.


I OCTOBER 22. 1954
*k^Ut floridliar,
ory for the Holiday Season
By PAUL KRESH
llm gazed <>ut f the window and sur-
ih.il brought little comfort to his
, Earlltf in the day there had been
the metal of the huts had gleamed
li^hr to radiate a kind of autumnal cheer,
the wash on the rope lines had looked
[or a breeze had caused the failed
; in dance and flutter. Like brave flags in
Ephraim had tried to tell himself. Now
fp had died and the sky was clouded over.
I the huts gave back a bleak grey light.
L, f| igs were merely clothes, worn clothes,
IthiW'' limp, forlorn and colorless.
n old man would notice such things,
I thought. Only an old man at loose ends
hin^ t > do but wait. Wherever he looked,
kg seemed to be waiting. The clothes were
pn their wooden pins to be taken off and
lthe:r owners who possessed nothing bet-
[i huts waiting to be torn down and re-
Jth< aisles of huts, the raw earth was wait-
|iih homes. In the patch of field he could
T tractor. The whole of the village seemed
Entin.: with held breath for the dismal
bf the seasons first rain. And the year
i.i end In another day, this year would
\ I Kphraim called.
du tang hack from the yard behind the
she was stirring a pot on the battered
ive Even the stove, he thought, sat
upplanted by a real stove.
lui : her cheerful voice defied his sad-
lie ; finish stirring the soup."
I
pin, he finished. Nothing would ever be
placenot even the soup.
i- She smoothed her hands on her
I, \ hich somehow refused to look reallv
In old as she was, with her white hair
I bin undefeated body. She came toward
A frown creased her brow, wrinkled
and firmed somewhat by the sun of
^ho-e past twelve months.
[Leah, it's clouded over."
fou're In charge of the weather? For this
ne Irom my cooking?"
^now what tomorrow is, Leah?"
ilcndar you're running now too? It's no
hrarn Tomorrow is Rosh Hashona."
ght I'm an old man and I worry about
brbe >hese things aren't important. The
important is the soup."
mn'l ready on time, believe me you'd
She turned to leave,
minute, Leah. Look over there."
i of the window, trying to follow
nhling finger pointed. "You mean
fl p itting out her wash? You think
rlied'' (lo over and tell her then.
II ve been through, and your own
baby about to t>o born an\ min-
jare your problems!''
f>! i.ing about Mrs. Kalisher, Leah. I'm
put the synagogue.
pean the prayer house?"
ght. the prayer house. Why don't you
bracks and be through with it? To me.
vogue. You know how long ago they
Build it?"
There wasn't enough luml>er. Ephraim "
And if it rams tomorrow'.- And no ,,,, on the
omagogue? on the ere of Rosh Itashon.?"
w without the rain, with or without the roof The
boy. were working hard all last week to finish it.
he> had to ge, ln the potato crop. They had to
,h,vPUmPTA"'1 Mrton left for thai settlement
n the Negev, They're short-handed. Soon i, will he
nished. Look, they're working on ,t now, with
tne saws and hammers."
"Finished! Finished! Its an omen. Nothing here
is ever finished. Everything is started, nothing is
completed," Kphraim said. "Is this a place to live
and to bring new children into the world?"
She placed a hand on his shoulder. "You know
what they say on Rosh Hashona, Ephraim, after
the rams horn is sounded? They say. Today the
world is born.' Next year, things will be different
Tomorrow, the world will be born. Go out and take
a walk. Maybe you'll feel better."
*
Ephraim ambled through the dirt street of the
transit village. He had taken his wife's advice,
and gone for a walk, but he didn't feel better. He
knew what they said on Rosh Hashona, and he
knew what they had said on Passover, too, but it
didn/.t .comfort him. Every year, they h!M said,
"Nejtt year in Jerusalem." And when ha^md his
family had at last fled unwanted from Koumania,
the year before, where had they come? Nut to Jeru-
salem, the tabled city, but to a transit village in
the Jerusalem Corridor. A corridor. A place where
you waited. A transit villagea town that was
not a town As he walked along, hearing the confu-
sion oi tongues, seeing Immigrants Irom North
Africa and Iraq in their hodgepodge Ol clothes,
seeing other old men and sick men who had h\ed
in this place for tWO or even three years, Kphraim
fell Worse than ever. They would never yet to live
in a rial house. Yet he could hear Leah's voice in
nil head, telling him only the other day about
street, in the tin hut they called "our silver house "
that other old couple who lived at the end of the
Well, that was all right if you wanted to make
believes. Ephraim was tired of himself. And
even if he could get to think of their hut as a sil-
ver house, it was still no kind of house in which to
raise a grandchild about to be born.
A figure kept going through his head. One
hundred thousand. He had seen it in a newspaper
a few days before. "One hundred thousand, living
in transit camps." One hundred thousand hearts
beating only to mark time. He had heard that in
America Jewish people also read these figures
and knew what was going ou. Maybe enough help
would come. Maybe, from the welfare funds, from
the I'nited Jewish Appeal, enough help so that
there could be towns instead of transit 'owns, so
that what was started could be completed .

Approaching the hut where his daughter lived,
Kphraim came upon his son-in-law. Joseph. Joseph
was standing with his hands on his hips -taring
down at a partial built hen-coop.
"Finish it." Ephraim admonished, "let some-
thing be finished at least
"It's coming along nicely," Joseph said, "don't
you think?"
"I'll like it better when it's a hen coopnot
when it's waiting to become a hen-coop," his father-
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.Anj news aboul the doctor?'
Hell gel here in lime
;";.; nthec.......***
intothehul He stood looking downi1 Her
J-----------10(hing ^ten on her smooth young
keeping face of .11 the trouble W had l^wn.th
;eJs of.nguish. suspense, sickness, suffering.jru
a|)t ,,, Multipl) thai i hundred .hn^.-mi.
h| Row cou|d .,. rfeep ,o peacefully,
he waited with such a restlessnea. for his
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,1, went oul withoul waking her Joaeph wu
working ihe wire foi the wop around the ports
,,.,,. ., no sen e in standing around and slow
down the job
Ephraim studied the sky The clouds hovered
in ,he still air and there was i hind of silence
over the whole village, except for the clucking <<(
the Inn- and in the distance, the squeak <>i wood
sawed
The young men looked up from their sawing
and grinned as he approached them.
>.ti.,i"in. Ephraim"
Shalom sh.n,,m Art you making any prog
,.,... on the prayei house- He mid the words
with distaste Musi even the m m sanctified of
building be pi-', isi
-It's coming Ephraim Moahe said
u ill it be r< ad:
i'.v wh< i a asked
Ihi sweat trom In- brow
1 imorri w
Ezra shoo* his head ruefull) "Bui surely b)
Sukkoth.' he said
;;v sukl r,th." Ephraim grumbled Yi by
Sukkoth That's fine Thai whal 11 ii
rah, < tabem In provised Temporary,
H iv, do y< ik< Ihis I m :.-^ n. held up
ll o| careful!) -Ii iped wood
w hat i- i' Ephn im wondered
I or th.' top "l thi ill
Ephraim nooded "Verj nice," he said \ top
[or the altar and for the building, no i".'i
. Masl th. re will I" < i
perm itu nl community
i
Somi lay.' i !pht im t choed, in a tone t hal
Sui h cheerful young men,
b would stop thi r
h ,n.l- fi ng their will Maybi thx
io wail
without b< thing else He hoped
r WOUld
[t
..... uds '.' hrewd
. >ul answering It
W 'llltl
And it would rain A won-
V wonderful v
tart I iiild
i i he i ould do,
i im thought Hi tfer I help h
in and it ..~ the
wroi ir for planting things It he
were itrong enough to use a m.
even to pitch In with Joseph oai
He h.trl tried ,., ;,, J ,
the new child but he had ben *'
had only got In the waj ll, had ^
nee. I,l,t hli ey. wen not
threading needle n i h,
ciiuhl go tn America, and ti
about thi> riUage Then he iaughe([

has lug such thought
old man do?
II.

Walking to the ra ged end of ft,.
Ephraim tat down on a little hillock,
graai anil Stared disi m -..lately at u,
had come ti> larael with -uch high |
he could believe in the future
moor) of discouragement
re and Wi
Shalom."
It was the vole. n| j fhl|d El
around to discover a ttle primal
dress staring up at h She held a|
in her arms
"U hat UK you di ,,|| ihe tn.
child?"
"I came to burj n doll."
"To bars It"
"All the stuffing mingoetaif
it is time to throw it aw a)
"And you don't let thai makeyourc
She shook her h< \lumma -mi
lots of little t;irl- r.everktli
least I have had one
" Let me -. it II hi had a needle
He felt under his pel y
needle there an I thi in hi. pocket|
o| hal.it
Your eyes an ..{
little girl
she thread) I thi u
the cloth together and
that, after all. perl ild not I
a
Leah! 11 ah
Ephraim had
the window and he <
The only mil i nd it<
the riwif of the pi
Didn't you h LeaksaM
up all night, the
He had slepl "nd dmiafl
pent his daj in
village, belpln [I
,. Maybe he cou help that
he hadn't he rd
pi yei I
! now thai hi >
I i
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.EGAL NOTICE ___
\r unoeH fictitious
* NAME LAW
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. HKHKHV OIVEN that
i mi; la engag* in
rii-ntioui M.hi ..i
1 CTS I UllU'ANY,
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NAME LAW
IS HKKKBY (IIVBN that
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kil,.i |he flclltloU* mum- of
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li in i egister said Mine
I. ii he Circuit Ooui I ol
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I lol nla. iiili-iiils t<
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IN ANO FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY, No. 173438
IAXTAIUCS, Plaintiff,
IAN i Mill'S, Defendant.
IT FOR DIVORCE
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i COURT OF THE
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'Ie 1'ounty, Florida
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IRCUIT COURT OF THE
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1ANCERY. No. 173553
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LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
RE
M
N COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28954-A
TATE i >K
.N'ATII \N llllltN I ., .
OTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKF
APPLICATION FOR FiSal
DISCHARGE
n-.PTil-'S lven lh:" lve
in.il UlM-harae m I .,,- ,_,
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring to em
inisin..... under the flctitloua name ol
HTATE MVK AM. ii:n ,|.\t
HTORK, a. lv,il- s W. mi, si Mian I
Intend*.....icleter Mid name nii the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol I m.i.-
County, Klin-Ida.
BENJAMIN t] R< 'I I U
WKINBTEIN, WEIN8TE1N
& WEINSTRIN
Attnrnaya for Applicant
120 I,in...in Road
in I i... j.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
The partnerahlp conalatlng ..f Leo
l.iilitiiiaii an.I Belt) and 8am Kaapei
.I..nit bualneai as Klaminan l)re
Shop, mi Uncoln Road, Miami Beach
ha* l..... dissolved ami the ufon aid
Betty and Sam Kaspar are no Utnger
connected with thi- buxlneaa and will
i.i.i be i. siii.tiMllde for any .1.1,is in-
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i.'.ili. hi,i
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
il,.- undei -imi.-.i. dealrlna to engaa;a In
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i;ii- i's hi 142J Wa.-iiiiiKtiin Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida, Inland to rettla-
ter the mid name iih the Clerk of
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Dated al Miami Bajarh, Florida, this
i uii I >h) ,.r i. ti,ii.-i. IV64.
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in i". .:' _'! 11 '.
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NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undaralgned, dealring t.. engaite In
bunlnena under Hi.- flctitloua name "f
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at 1-iS Minorca Avenue, Coral (lablea,
Intend* t< reclater said name with lha
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court "f Uadi
County, Florida
PHILIP SCKROW, Owner
81 ONEY I:Kin INS1 IN
An... ii. foi Applicant
:..:- iiis. a) ne hiiIk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 173092
JEKBIE uii.sun. Plaintiff
KKNNKTH ROY WII.ROH, 1 '( -ndant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In KENNETH ROY WILSON
Addreai unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY REQI'IREII to
s.-rv.- ;i copy >.f your anawer to tha
cnmplaial roi divorce filed herein
on plaintiff* attorney, hhiiaiio
l-c l: 11:: l;11 FINK, 112 Conm-emi BulW-
Inc, Miami, i-'i.....la, i..... to file the
a itinal in the office < the Clerk (
on 01 I- the 7th
das of Novembei. 1934 othei i e
default uill be entered nttalnul
DATED: thin it> da) of I
i
|- B I i: \rlli:i: \l \ v. Plel k
I'.. I. SNEEDEN,
Deput) Cli
-
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 31128- B
RE ESTATE OK
in 'Si: SIN' 1KR, I -'!
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
\i iTU ri hereb) given thai I ha> e
filed m> final reiwirl and petll..... f."'
Final I 'i.-. bara-e .- Am lllai Idmlnlx-
Iratrlx of Ihe eatate "t R< 8K SINCJER.
il,-. is,..i. in.i ih.it on the 1'ith das ol
Navember, 1934, will uppl) t" Ihe Hon-
orabk liank ll Dowllna, Count)
.hnit, ol I'a.i. County, Klniida, for
approval of -..hi final report and for
final di--li.ii t.- .i- Ancillary Admlnla-
ti.ittix of th.- Eatate of ROSE SING-
ER, d.-i i-as.-.l
Th.- l'1i day >>f September, 1964.
T1IKI.MA SI1.VKI1M l\
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Attornej f.T Ancillary Admlnlitratrlx
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
th* iimi.rsiniM-d. iii-sirimr to engage In
l.ii-ln.--- iiml.-i the flctltioue name !
CAROL CITY -Alls, .ii "-". N R 171 nl
si Mo Miami, intend* In rei
siiid niinu- with Hi.- '' I. of tlie i ir-
, ,,,, i,,,,, pi i ii,i,- County, Florid*
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\l \l. ENOLANDER
\tt..i.....v for Applicant
"i >-1".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is mini'V fll\l ~
the mi.i. lean
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aid mm- Ith the Clerk of ll
t ol I'-.-I- ml i
. i. Florida, thii --"d
il ,, ,,i s..|,i.inh.'i. ISM.
M .i PENNEL.
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TTompany, Inc.
Attnrnev for the (>>rnoe.UoO
NORMAN r BOLOMON
1I*) Alton Id.ad
Miami Beach. Florida
1/1-8-1j -'-'
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. X" "'- l "KREBY lilVKN thai
:'" "n" engage In
JJTIJ si \M. .,, ,::, ,: rrtaglcr,
/- ,."K ",',' ..... with the
V I k!iV........
I" 15-22 :"i i ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N"ll.i: ih lli:i:i;i:v qiVKN thai
'" underalgni il, delrln* to engage in
' lltiou* I,.......I
M IREME KERVICK POMI'ANY (nol
' 286 N H 29th .- Intends
nail..- with the Clerk
mIx P. enTie!: whbeub
Attorney for Walter Wheeler
1" 1-8-1.'..22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underahrned, dealring to engage In
V",^'.'!'?.". m",,'r 'he flctitloue name of
DI'.SKJNS A- CREATIVE \I1TS. at
IM I'mfeni.,nal Building, Miami, Klur-
ida, Intend* t.. register raid name with
the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court ..f Hade
County, Florida.
UOBKKT H l-:ssl.|\-.-,|.;u an,i
SIDNEY B. TAI-KAl-:,
si.i,. owner*
BERNARD H MANDLER
Attorne) f... BiHllnger and Taffae
I'i 1-8-1S-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERV No. 172878
MADELINE OERALDINE WERNER,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
WILLIAM JOSEPH WERNER, .III
1 '. It-llilallt,
TO: wii.i.iam JOSEPH
WERNER, JR.
ll'lll Carol Lane, Zh.n. Illlnnla
Your are rtjquired to serve a cop) <>f
Mini anawer t" the Bill ..t Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff* attorney,
and '. rile the original answer In the
office ..f the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on .a before the 2Jth day ol October,
a ii, 1954: otherwise, th.- Bill ol Com-
plaint f..i Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this tha
:i d.i.. ..f September, 1954.
I-: I! LEATHER MAN,
Clerk nf the Circuit Court,
l ia.li- i *oum y, Florida,
Hy \VM \V STOCKING
ICircull Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff** Kolii Itor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
iij'i Seybold Building, Miami, Florida
10 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagr* In
hu.-iiirss under the fictitious name of
MKN-KIST CAOED EGO RANCH, al
t ij*. IVes Dairy Road, No Dftde, m-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of ih>- Circuit Court "f bade
County, Florida
mm uii: LASKIN
ENTERPRISES, INC.
BERNARD B. w i-'Ksi.i'l;
Attorne) ror Applicant
S4C Beybold Bide.
l" l-g-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
ih.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
busincH* under the flctltlou* name "l
SHORES BAR, at 11711 N.E. Second
Avenue, Intend to reglstet said name
with Ihe Clerk the Circuit Court of
l ..,.|i- i '..nut v, i- lorida.
OEI IRtlE M T' TI.ANI-:. JR.
OEi IRUE M TCTLANE, SR
Sole t net a
HENRY M CAIN
Utm ne) for Api
. W Flagler St., Miami, l-'l.i.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. \N
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173202
l;.\ vmi iNI) r "i" IK and
DOROTHEA I'All.lM: COOK,
hi- ii.-. Plaintiffs,
KVI'I.VN M TRACY, el als
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Evelyn M. Tracy, a slnRle woman,
ami. if niiii i i.-.l T"h..mas Kirby.
her husband, and it so married,
thi-n known a* Mrs. *rioman
Kirby
:;ii Pen field Road
Rochester, New York
Ami it the said Evel) n M. Trac)
be d'-ad. h.-i unknown helra, de-
vis.-, -s. legatees or granteaa, and
any and all persons having "r
claiming any right, title OT In-
terest By "r through the above
named person, or thr.niKh her
husband, if married, and all par-
ties having in claiming any right,
title or int.i.st in tin- following
described real property situate,
lylim in.I Ii.iiik in I'ade County.
I lot Ida, ti.-wit:
Tin- East Half of th* Easl
Half "f Tract Ftour i I), Block
F..... ii. TAMIAMI ACRES
Plat No i. according i" the
Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book :. al Pag* 118, of th*
Public It.. ord* ..t I 'a.I'- Coun-
ty, Florida,
vor and BACH 'K YOl" ii. h. re-
in notified that ndi of Complaint
to yi.ii-t Title i" 'lie above real prop-
,a bi in filed against you, and
i ...i at.- hi i b) requli ed to -1
,,,,,, ,,f voui answei or pleading to
HENRI \l I' UN, Attorne)
[lalntlffs, 2518 West lv.tl.
Mi.inn. II.....la, and lo file th*
,l answer or pleading In th*
Office of th* Clerk ( the Circuit
.-..iiri on or before th* i 'i> day "i
November, 1*54, othei Is* th* allega-
tions contained In said Bill of Com-
plalnl in b* t.ik.-n as confeaaed b]
Dated al Miami, Dad* County, Ha.,
, blh ,..,v:, ii,,,..'.,. I^.m^
Clerk of the drcuil Court
li.nl,. CountM Horlda
Bj M. C. OREEN,
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
i 15-M-D 11/5
_______LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE" ITPIDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\"i'i'-i: is kii-;iti:iiv h-hvxn that
Ihe undersigned, .....nun- hi n*hge In
business under the flctltlou* ii.un, of
so, ,'" LI Nl'"' :'7 N "w
street, Miami mi,-mis to register said
name with ihe clerk of the Circuit
i "Hit ..I I i.i I.- i 'ount> ii
HENRlY".MA?0|NUVfiftA ....." ......."
Attorne) for Appllcanl
-: W Flagli i 81 Miami

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
!'" .'"......dgned, di airing to n. .
'' '-"" -- mdet the fi. titlnui nat......r
AI.JEHH I'l.-'IKIIII I'.ins. .,, isii:
s \\. jim i, ,,, ,. Intend lo i
said name uii the Clerk of Ihe Cli -
l >ade 'ouni i- lo
BDVi Mill ALPKR
l0/..,j a.V OtBOROB J.JES8EL
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih.. undersigned, desiring to ens
..."!?!? """"' "" f'ctitioui i.....a- of
s.i'llKWIlAi.i. BAR A CLUB, .it 2*00
N \\ 27th Avenue, intend* to reglstet
said num.. with the Clerk of th< Clr
eult Court of Dade County, Florida
Morr'ls BAIN
ROBERT M DBEHL
\ ttoi n.-y foi Applicant
90S Heybold llldg.
10/8-1 ;-I2-2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 33505-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
SARAH MARi-ls-, a/k/a
SALLY MARCUS, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands AKainst Said
Estate.
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to praaenl any
claim* and demand* which you, or
either of you, may hay,- against the
estate of SARAH MARCl'H a/k/a
sally MARCUB, deceased late.of
Dad.- County, Florida, to the lion
prank b. DOWLINO. County Judge
of Dad* County, ami file the same in
his office in the County Courthouse In
Dad.- County, Florida, wlthftl eight
calendar month* from the date of the
nist publication hereof. Bald claim*
hi demand* tu contain tha legal ad-
dreai ,.t the claimant ami to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred Bee Section 120 of the
I93S Probate \.-t.
Dati- August 24, All. 19.".4.
JULIA WALLER
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
SARAH MARCITS a k *
SALLY MARCUS, Deceased.
STANLEY TAIDIN
Attorney im Administratrix
in s-15-22-2*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I N'iTH'K IS HEREBY UIVEN th.,1
th. Hum s.l-n.if- .1... ii a,- to engi f
- mi lei tin- fictltloun name ol
BROWNSViLLB DRI'i; STORE]
1636 N W 27th Ave Intends to regis-
ter said name with tin- Clerk of the
i'ii. mi Cotiet nf I lade 'i.iiiid Floi Id*.
v. ARREN \\ WELTERS
hole i Iwner
ROBERT M DEEHL
Attorne) for Appllcunt
in.:, Si .. bold BI I
'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undi ring t<. "t-
businesH under the fictitious nun.- -
JULANE 'HIT SHOP, at 17*3 BI
- a) in- Blvd., Intend to t ei Istei
name n ii the l "lerk ..r the <'" i uit
I'ourt of I lade i '..unt.v. Floi Id
JULE n DOWD
JANE D. HOLMES
KESKLER A OARS
Attorneys foi Applicants
lTvj W, Flagler St.
10/8-15-22-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring t.. engagi
bualnes* under the fictitious name of
iii:a smart SHOP, al 214 Miracle
Mil.-, t'.iiai Uablea, Florida, Intend* to
register ^aid name with th* Cleric of
the Circuit i'ouri of Dade County,
Florida.
BEATRICE OAL8T, sol* owner
I" 8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 173061
MAROARBT BRILL, I'laintirf.
v*
JACK I1RII.L. Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: JACK BRILL
121 Prospect Avenue
M.iniaione.-k. New York
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce
lias been filed agaJknat you, ami you
ar* hereby r*qulred to serve a copy
of your Anawer to the mil of t'oni-
plalnl on Plaintiff's attorney, and to
file tin- original Answer In the office
of th.- Clara of the Circuit Courti on
in before the .'ml day of November,
r.i*.4. otherwise, the allegations of said
li.ll <>f Complalnl will lo- taken as con-
fessed auainst you.
I luted Oils i'h day "f Octobi i
K 11 I.KATHKRMAN.
t'l.-i k of i 'Ircull t '..uit
B) JUAN i i ll'RNl IYER,
fteput) t'lerk
flEt IROE J. T \ I.IAXi ill', ES Attorne) for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 33766-B
In Re: KSTATK OP
JACOB W. sikiikl, also known n
Jacob Wolf Blegel, also known aa
J. W. blegel, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Against Said
Estate
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to preaenl any
claim* ami demand* which you, or
either of you. maj have against tha
eatat* of JACOB W SIEOEL, also
known aa Jacob Wolf Slagel, also
known as J. W. Siege!, deceased late
of Dad.- County, I-'lorida. to the Hon-
or,il.l.- County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dad* Coun-
ty, Florida, within ,-ikIii calendar
months from the date of the first |.ut.-
lication hereof. Bald claim* or de-
mand* to rout,iin th* legal addreai of
th.- claimant and to be sworn to and
presented a* aforesaid, or same will
!! barred.
Dale 11. tol.er .".. AD 1954
- CARL W. BIEOEL
A* Administrator of the Estate of
Jacob W. Siegel. a\^>> known a*
Jucoh Woll Blegel, also known aa
.1 W. Siegel, Deceased.
MYERK IIKIMAN \- KAPLAN Esqs.
li.-.u seybold Building, Miami. Fla.
Attorney* for Administrator
I" 6-15-22-22
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FRIDAY. OCTc
Academy Drive
Nets 100 Members
More than MO persons joined (the
Hebrew Academy during the first
week <>i the school's membership
campaign according to an on
nouneement bj Joseph Rose. >'
man, at the first report breakfast
held last week in the Acad
emy's dining room
Rose added th.it more than 50
parents have pledged active par
ticipation in reaching the j^*>-l of
l.ooo new member! bj the end "f
October.
Also reporting were Prank Brick-
man, prizewinner ol the 1952-53
membership campaign and Allen
Goldberg, >th prominent commu-
nity leaders and co-chairmen of
the current membership drive
Introducing the speakers j- B
I Binder, president "t the Acad
,m> Addressing h e breakfast
.:nii|i. Binder praised the Acad
i mj "and it- unparalleled scholas-
tic program urging that "even
citizen in the Greater Miami area
should becoi ited with the
Vcademj .- bi active participating
i bi r The popularit) ol the
tcademy." he said, "throughout
the community is event in that thi-
unusual school has been accepted
bj the leading citiiens ol our
area."
Herman Ei* nbei necutive di-
n ii r, pointed out that the Acad
i mj this year ha> reached a peak
enrollment Free tuition scholar
inp- have been granted t" manj
students who are in need ol lman-
i ial lid." Eisenberg said Proceeds
-.lie membership campaign will
go towards this scholarship fund
Others who addressed the meet
wen Jack Satin Samuel Hem
hard Irvii Firtel, vice presidents
the Academ> Harr> Genet
chairman of the executive commit
and Rabl N Gross
principal.
Progress reports for the second
11 ek ol the membership camps
Mil be held in the Sukkah ol the
Vcademj on Sunday, Oct 17, at I
10 a in
Reports will he rendered b)
airmen ol committees in the var
., areas Coral Gables, Hyn
.i.ut: Hollywood, -lack Fenster
heim and Harrj Katt; Miami. Sam
. Reinhard and Alex Miller
Representing the parents of the
I are Nathaniel Glickman. ,
Emanuel Grossman and Philip I
Weiss. The drive will continue
through the month ol
JCRS Hospital
Battles Cancer
DENVER JCRS Hos|
..ncer care program for indigents
lu- been started at the Jewish I i
>umptive Relief Societ) Hospital,
it was announced hire recently
The new program will
< ..1 change for the hospital, which.
since it was in 1004
\ ided med'cal. lursj
habilitation t"r in
lig< nt tubei nts
We, hoe
ng our tuberculosis program
vill ntinue to u lild-
where tuberculosis patii i
\wll r<( i
treatment." Israel Ft
utive-din tor of
Dr.
: administrator lor the cancer
program at the hospital, said
program w.,- decided u
only af*- and I v
ition
rodaj cat nds out a- th-
dread di
n from 11
I prof< ual
on tuberculosis and i I
- i km Dr. 1
Installation of a program

A separate building with lf>c
capacity h.i- been set aside A full-
time staff of four physician] and
.-.urgt-ons has been acquired
Dr. Leon said also that the serv
ices of some 60 medical and surg-
ical specialists will be available at
the hospital
Greater Miami Chapter of Jew-
ish Consumptive Relief Society ac-
tively participates locally in the
hospital's new cancer program.
Great Books Groups
Begin Lectures Here
inning its fifth war. the
Great Book- reading and discus
-,n program is continuing to rcg
members tor it- fall schedule
an Monday evening
Miami Public Library. Baj
iron- Park, and the nine evening
.. & n Sebastian Dormitory. SS5
L'mversitj dr.. Coral Gables.
The program is nee lo all adults,
and there are no educational re-
quirements. Participants read in
elections averaging 90 pagi and
meet even other week for a period
t i2 to : hour- to discuss the
material read There arc no formal
cU--,- r lectures
I oral JWV Posts Attend Convention
wS!iD.V. M..... than Ph.*......enfon thLs year ,s e-
IU'IImCM'. (| Important, Heller added
5.000 delegntes "WaEflg JJJjj
., \\ v Posts anc
tuxiliariea "We nurned the mortgage on
tljoughout the countrj converged I,he hvuut.tui f-v story building
on this Cit, 10 attend the
mnual convention of the Jew
stes ol Amertci held here
Oct 13 through IT. il ha- been an
nounced bj Haro T "*" "f
Detroit. National Commander
Dantel Meal Heller. Commander
,.: the Department ol Florida Jew-
ish War Veterans, has announced
that each of the Posts and Auxil
recently acquired in Washing-
ton, which will MTV* as a national
ihxiM tot our Jewish war dead."
The four day meeting, having as
it> theme, the American Jewish
Tercentenary, was the largest
gathering of a Jewish group ever
held la Virginia's State Capital
Highlight of the convention was
an important address by Secre-
' v,,.,h ire* tofj of the Army Robert T. Stev-
i.ate (or even ten member:
their rosters
on Banquet held Saturday evening
Chamber Murlc^
* Vizcaya Mus^J
F" "'Sht-timtp-.i
,n "*. took E*
School of Muslr nJZ.f
I ber music concert uj3
i f he great hus *'
'''".cpatmg ln .
which was a rtoeiLl
! w--e Dew, john qgL
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Guests were in Ion,,
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