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The Jewish Floridian ( October 29, 1954 )

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eudsbJEIondBoun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IME 2 1 —Number 44 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBFR 29, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS port Says Bigots Flourish In Segregation Issue wnhower Pledges Watch on Arms \Sent to Middle Eastern Governments YORK (JTA) — President I) Eisenhower pledged | 2.000 members of the Jewish community atthe Jewish Tercentenary Land a nationwide television lio audience that the United nil! "continue to contribute let iul relation*" between td Arabi j>>dr came in the course %  ddress in which he lauded It Jewish settlers on these li r thencontribution to civilization and in which KlN (l the Jewish role in add\\ dimensions of meaning concepts of freedom and ercj and righteousness. and understanding." linner, held at the Sheraton Hotel, was the highlight of nonwide celebration of the Jnniversary of the first Jewj!f ment in North America. lent referred to the Jr. -t -ituation in the course |S0 minute address and deare all regretfully aware major differences between ithe Arab states remain rid Our goal there, is firm i.p toward Israel and all Minn* in that area. For I l: that we shall continue r to peaceful relations peoples. In helping the security of the |.v r Bast, we shall make V any arms we provide are to that purpose, not to ere(.! imbalances which could for the intimidation of, or 1 n against, any neighbor


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PAGE 2 A jn*ntB&ii££= I5I5AL.OCTOBER. Boxing Show Due Program Revealed For JWB Convention Nov. 6 in Houston paYiiel Schlanger, ol Houston, Milton Sirkin, irmen of the program comi the .1\YB regional c announce that the pi %  .,., n completed. The ( will be held on Saturday to Nov. to a! the Hotel and Houston J I liter. v. from Miami, in add!ti' n t i MiSirkin. will be L*OB jQ,p! m president. convention will feature the ration ol the Terci i 2e American Jewish Community. I will focus on the current Hid problems ol Jewish indivld•hland communities in the South, he role ol Jewish Community \\ B Armed Services flommittees in relation t<> them. Hans will also be made for th<' Center and Armed Service* actrvitic for the year ahead. The Convention program will open on Saturday, Nov. 6. at 3 p with .,n Oneg Shabbal under the chairmanship of Nathan Friedler, ,,: New Orleans, Leah Jaffa ol New York, iw B's consultant on Jewish anisic, drama and dance, will i due' the program I demonstrate the use "t Jewish arts in (niter and Armed S pro: Houswill lead a discussion on the topic: "< lu.llen-' Pacing Jewish Communities in the South The opening dinner meeting, which will i held on Saturdaj night. \ 6. at the Houston Jew:.vh I %  m ll itj I enter, will he preceded I '• ndered by the !l tusti n Jewish Communitj 6ol Harrj Henshel, chairman ol •he JWB Armed Division I ef the Bulova Watch will address the dinner meet Herbert Millman and Benja-' .n Sternberg ol New Vork, I ional held directors ol JWB, will highlight th< and subjects hich will he discussed al the Con-1 ration David ll white, of Houswill chair this meeting Sund.,> sessions will be h' •he Shamrock Hotel They will Include w %  irk -hupand clinics on the follow "Financing tew ish < ommunity • i Membership Trendin < i Vrmed Service? Committee Pro um Hi. Itfa and Phys Ed A ommunity Or. um in Small ComSBUnitH Highlight ol the convention will be the nary banquet on Sunda, night. Noi T A-pecial dramatiction, "Our Heritage." will he presented in words song and dance by the Players Group of the Houston Jewi-h Com munity Center Officers of the Southern Sectioo-JWB organization will be installed at the meeting. Jewtah War Veteranof I ,,,-,. iponsorlai an am. Armory, 2728 N\v urday, N< Proci 7th m. bf the |p y y Pade ^ JPf nty i XL3S !" Jr lSrC?iJ DIETITIAN HOUSEKEEPER WANTED" For kosher institution in Miami. Mutt have good MB r purchasing, supervision of kitchen '^Tl Mutt understand and speak Jewish. Write, 9 i vi meal planning ndarttand and work experience and references. T. : BOX Jack Wilson, treasurer. Milton R. Mannheimer. p resident and George S. Levenson. chaplain and pas. president of the.Nor h Shore Lodge B'r.ai B'rith. are planning for a new membership drive. Starting Oct. 31. with a breakfast at Pumpermk s Restaurant. The campaign will close Nov. 10 at a smoker in the North Shore Jewish Center. BAKERY "liutivr Mmkmm it Ifelier" TM! HNfST INCMOIINTS THE BfST IN SKIU For Your Next Birthday, Anniversary or Other Sp Occasion Try Our Delicious and Beautifully Designed Cakes By OUR CONDITM "100 T %  UTTfRFtAKE MAN" 1349 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI Bl Phone 5 7117 'Successors fa Pechfer'j Society Meets Friday There will he a regular meeting of Dynamic Psyc h e l ogi ea l SoeMji oi Greater Miami on Fridaj eve ning, Oct 29. 8 30 pin at the home of Mr and MrLouis Muffs, 3000 s\v 17th si MrEthel afishket will di-cu-"The Teen Afar: Famil) Relations and Obedience" Mrs. Host iii conduct the membership participation program on psyi h ilogical definition-. Poale Zionist Branch Slates Cultural Meeting Poale Zionist Branch of Greater Miami will conduct %  literary and cultural program on Saturdaj evat ning. Oct 30. 8 p.m.. at Kne-eth Israel Congregation Beryl Morrison will present several recitation-, to he followed by Dr. M Yilen-ky with a report on the recent convention held in Philadelphia ( hairman ol the evening i> Jacob ion LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 2UM-B RE EH r \T\ "I HKKMAN I.KK I'ANToR I>NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE I %  %  I .ll ... • %  %  %  IIKKMAN l.KK c • \ \TI >n i: f <•. lober I \ll. CAN MTKTIS HKIM W A K M'l. VN IV A • • • • &f CIEAM CHEESE ISrTT CREAM CHEESE IN TIE JEWISH NOME UNLESS ITS • •000 • II • '2&ea/a&m&> DAY WORKERS SS & S(> ond Fart Hotel Maids Porters uishwashert Colored Maids-Part Tim* or Full Tim* in Private Homos ACE EMPLOYMENT 1f7 N %  lot Avo. Ph. t-SS07 No Charge to' Employer Giller Named to Office Announcement was made this week of the election of Ben Ciller, long-time Miami Beach apartment house operator and owner of the Neptune Resort Motel, as vice j • president and treasurer of the Florida Apartment House A--ociation. He em installed at the ajaneJationannual meeting in Ocala. Giller lvice president of the Wa-hington Federal Savingand Loan Association. S. J. I r•'!man %  noi M. Rophun MtlRIW 1001 STORIt 417 Woshineten Ae., Miami teach BetwttH ftirth ond f iffh Sis. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES far Syaeeeaees and Private list All* for Hebrew Schools C1BD "OTO Telephone 5-9017 JSt Aft CtRT/MCAMS WorWs Lorgtst Pest Control Company Call 2-1776 L %  350 Lincoln Road Mezxanine — Phone S-5419 Entrance on Washington AeeJ OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Latest Styles THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. 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PACSE 4 A ^J€nistflcficli3n Published •very Friday .Inc. Entered M sscond-cUss m.tt.r July '*•"• t the Poet Office"et Miami. Ft... under the A •' f.?.h Unity The Jewieh Flcridian has absorbed the Jewfth V n r and th, Jew.ah Weehly. Member of the Jewish TeW graphic Aoency. Seven Arts Feature Synd +Jmirtncrid**fi E. Sixth Street N i, M J.wun OFFICE and PLANT -120 N. L Si: -•*• "ifS :*• .Zl or ltU Telephone. 2-1UI -2JJT I ,„le the KhTh, ,-k* ^^.--^ ^" World ruth sl the n .de News Service. National EditoY.al AMoe, '">*:'?' lean Association of Enalish-Jewioh Newspapers. Fionas One Year U %  C ft I f T MOO ON KATES Two Years ISO* Press Association. F RED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 2 8 LEO MINDLIN ..... News Editor Friday. Oc-ob., 29. 1**^ ^ Heshvan 2. 5715 Saying More Than They Mean ? John Foster Dulles returned from Europe Monday, an agreement in his hip pocket that now includes West Germany as a partner in the European defense organization. Strangely, the greatest triumph he experienced was Mr. Dulles' eleventh hour coup in convincing French officials that German partnership would not necessarily mean renewed and uncontrollable German militarism. For Mr. Dulles was actually in no position to guarantee that fact; neither is the United States. What had to be considered on a short-term basis, a view which the French reluctantly accepted, was the effect of the agreement on Rus sia and its satellite nations. Apparently, the Soviet world is deeply disturbed and has suffered what is perhaps its greatest diplomatic defeat since the start of Frwdom and Education American Education Week will be observed by cities throughout the nation from November 7 through 13. Greater Miami plans to join the celebration with an extensive program of speBctjvines aeaied toward the theme: "Good Schools Are Your Responsibility." Ith annual observance of American >ek here will highlight a precious b we have all enjoy ed free e.iurntion freely given to all, regardor religion. Knowledge is the foundation stone of our :crccy. The relationship here is simple: the youth ci today are our leaders of tomorrow. :act, it becomes doubly clear to us th American Education Week's theme %  ?s an unusucl burden upon our civic consciousness which we must gladly accept and orously impleme: ~ fcr us to assure the development and ess of our schools: they are as good or _-o: -s v. o make them. Except for ll set by the state, the scope and chare rrogrcms are deus. and horizon ion standards which we help mold serve tc cie'.:r.e-v.e the type of intelligence ss developed by our youth during their school days. The extent to w e accept the responsibility ot preserving and advancing this precious heritage :s Ibe extent to which ••••e gucrcntee the future of our democracy. A r.ever-er.d.r.g lesser, we must learn is that c free society needs men unhampered by the : MINDLIN DEDICATION IS TUB MOST ENNOBLING ., v istics It is rare in our lime, for the create,; part ?"* porary endeavor concerns itself with ends rather than "^ ourselves weighing the Value of reward for acc( J ? 1 *'* than Ihe value of activity for Its own sake Thus, those who are dedicated stand out amon B Volpe. concert manager for the University oi \i, dmi L^Lr tra. is such a person. In the shadow of her late hushl7r ,J Volpe. founder of the orchestra, she relates herself \T %  of life, thus fashioning for him. his hop...„, d ldea s ,? u ^1 memorial and for the orchestra he envisioned hut rtin ^I fd but did "XI *| kind of milieu in which to develop its sensitivit) and artiL* But this Hoes not mean that Mrs. Volpe is a sentimTt? contrary, her dedication lo musical art and th. I'M Orcheto If in an amazing flow of human energy punctuat^n? >ir.g sense for practical matters to those uho would r„ itself rassir w ^uld ronujtj the cold war. So that the Dulles short-term maneuver seems at least temporarily to have ^BuMhe Secretary of State was also ^e"ed fc t ,J! ,kt t %  w,lh her Shc wi not ** %  • '" >'end her m£l* cent European jaunt. For one thing he felt trie the mos imMenslble terrain cnwtn In this regard, it is only fair to remark that hr "cause by Near Eastern problems during his ';. For one thing h< impact across three thousand miles of ocean of | AJ o{ nc e characteristics in her — especially h the address President Eisenhower delivered at j protection — arc. of course, by now well known and txk a dinner in New York markinq the Tercencommunity at large. Mrs. Volpes 28 years „, „. nice {tj ^ tenary of Jewish settlement in the United States.! of Miami Symphony Orchestra were celebrated Sunday Most informed leaders in the American Jew-: a surprise banquet in her honor at the Miami Women .'c ish community are not overly enthusiastic with t MARKING THE OCCASION WAS A PROMINENT ad, Mr Eisenhower's address. It seems to us that inappropriate gift to her from Ihe Symphorn ( lub — a ; thev correctly look upon his highly generalized of Mrs Volpe's photographic portrait. It was inappropn*, remarks as having been made simply to meet; because the photograph enlarges upon her in >mpersn|, hT needs of a festive occasion. Nonetheless, j without relation to the organization which b her subject*, me neeas oi u M Praeiripnt's, I saw ,n ,ne '" no "tatement of her dedication and nonet there is little doubt that even the President s ^ which pnergizos „„ own memorial t0 ner nusb JJJ most subtle tightrope walking in the matter ol 0rch( stra {rom jts car |lest. precarious dav his inocuous observations on supplying arms n an> rase |he banquet was a heartwarming affairh to the Arab nations and to the possibility of ll> Mr Volpe'i recognition 'It is I who :n k jot,* upsetting a delicate balance in the Near East • f„ r the opportunity afforded me to identif) myirJl subsequently forced Vice President N:xon to v hat I lo\e most — mu-ic issue a statement in this regard. Nan John Bitter's testimonial tn the c ncert manajen Mr Nixon, expressing Republican views of freshing one. Recounting a number of ir.(,l-fanMuiagl the moment, issued the statement in the form that plagued the orchestra during its mar | pert of a Pans cable from Mr. Dulles, which exw r d r. nonel and often unpredictai he .mplftf Volpe s placating qualities I saw her at onci -, in tensithre diplomatic situations and as J keyset*] dayi ,.Ua\s called upon to perform • to S and wire together with the most pnmiti n I hand. Thus has the L'M Orchestra grown through JH >eangf| incr -cen.ldiicy. paralleling St yeart thei at laigc There ii no doubt that those who heard the perhaps ten years ago would not recogm/e •(inabilities I State returned to Washington Monday and met manner in which, for example, it pcrforn with Jewish leaders to discuss the trouble spot, •" >''' %  *! Sryrmm Goldberg toward tbx end of the he had the road paved for him. On record was the Republican leadership as NONETHELESS THERE ARE INEVITABLY questing favoring the continuation of peace in the the orchesra'.s future No one individual, ieven Mrs.' trouble spot. This sort of vague and righteous unquestionable talents, can make of the unr lj orj reasoninq in the face of an obvious pro-Arab ,h 1 'a udent eiuemble subject I arable i foreign diplomacy seems clearly to be desianed '"•''' "''•'" the constant withdrawal of mu-„ ia. and tWr. for r,.rrnl nol.t.rWinn W, trust that „n' AHw,lh her ^ Th,s ^ of ". "lakes for y that I a Pans pressed the belief that steps can be taken in the direction of bringing permanent and just peace between Israel and the Arab nations. The Vice President also charged those accusing the Administration of pro-Arab inclinations with political foul play. In any case, the result has been that when the Secretary of for current politicking. We trust that an Administration fearful for its future during these mid-term election days has not been saying too much more than it means. challenges the orchestra conductor's nv • live Mil itieOiir < Cli4Vt Know Vonr Town Tne Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Monday sponsors a Getting to Know Our Town" function. Purpose of the affair, scheduled at the Di Lido hotel, will be to acquaint residents here with the "hi:: side" of our community and the role Federation plcys in our many local organizations. This is another example of the excellent work in which Miami women engage and the positions of leadership they have been consistently assuming. Federation's philanthropic, civic and cultural programs are varied and frequently appear complex to those oi us who have, lor one reason or another, as yet failed to take an active part in our Jewish community. The Women's Division function Monday will serve as an entertaining and instructioncl way in which we may learn about these programs. as well as about the role we can. in turn, play : sU eupport And in the face of this flux, one cat :• ^r that I Orchestra may not attain the height of n kit** \isionrcl by its many critical, if not alwa>> :-cerning.' Indeed, it is clear that such fears ha\e I ven OM dssorsniasd, musically uninformed branch Dcde County's Red Feather drive qot under calling loudrj f^r a name conductor thi >. sootHdhtJ way here this week with a traditional Commu"' a Miami Beach author There is little nity Chest kickoff dinner hosted bv Leonard w uld %  *• f r %  be,,fr "tistic climate. Abess and Baron de Hirsch Meyer at the Bis' ma fr l UcX \ C Mn c, "' J a ho>t cayne Terrace hotel. %  **• li !" wbo ns ^ a comp r i > ... in the orchestra on the occasion of a gue>t ( : > .-oneu Figures revealed by local chest leaders Lndi; h) r „ ,,., summrr are moving Wllh lhe 1(i opJ cate that the newly announced Sl.225.000 goal n ,„ ., u>liv ,,ed bv intelligence. Momentar. h <*' or Dcde County is some S90.000 higher than an d accomplishment of Mr Bitter's praiseu rl nUM tm s. The reasons, as we understand it. iMtion was a comparatively easy thing — almoJ are au:te s.rr.ple. j blinded by the seemingly irrefutable repute en • a ting frosty Our Community Chest sue ports th? minimum name on a phonograph record label. operating needs of 22 local health, welfare and Another branch of opinion, one indr •"* vouth organizations. In addition, the National come% ,rom *'-< r ^nsibility but also d L'SO also receives vita! funds horn Dade's r.ual campaign. During the past 12 months, the Chest's ten "' l "" !" nd child care agencies served over HERE AGAIN AS I HAVE JUST INDICATED 15 0O0 families residina in our countv. who unerc ,wo "<** *. There is certainly VJ?^ broraht a Whole ~' '" wurlt ht>uHss.nssal. \mAr srwrifii-,1 f vet problems to them bovs. qirls and adults — became members cf Community Chest vouth throughout the Dade aiea with the probable horizons of student on h ^^ •hliettai a fully professional musical group backed lyi m :JM %  tan tw host of difficult and'd'i^em ?** >' mu ';-" !" us!y ""^er specified if >.' £ Alcrs r,r,tKr ii nrv\ lions Conflict would an.se only in this regard tbe !" m !" ; i S.. tfl^l'P 1 !? P!?P le ,r oald find itself vy,ng for the public fsvo. thai ; *-J ,.f Musi: organizations domain and that would clearly be accorded ..<1 should one be organized. T This highlights the role that the University I tie u-.Drecedented expons or. c! o-or city, as Orchestra has been playing here for the past M years, n-jj well as !ts outlyina areas, thus represents a taking up the slack in an artistically arid co ready reason lor the increased demands placed "rchotra on a university campus fundament.. rmorasa upon the Community Chests vital services mar > Purposes Thu>. to set up a critical -•*' one type of organization yet employed lo n.ra-urc' ^ ^, of arother is to be grosslv unfair The issue of a prow ] organization here must be regarded, in the final anaira.-f T..e need for all of us to hel D the Red Feother oaian throuah a successful drive and to attain its Sl.225.000 goal is clear. The appointment of Leonard A. Wien as chairman of the 1955 Miami Beach Community Chest camrxnqn is welcome news Last veer Chest wJ rt? ~ ntributed S151.M0 lo the senous uc.i art n~Z ,K. -. C JT J ain that under ** Wisn, I muiuty should be a secondary sastter graciou.ly • aeois the nhr will do IU share in me^.nq the j" of irreproachable professional standards 1 increased Hed Feather needs of Dade County •wnons may assume richer posathanties and itt social consciousness must be equivalent thu po,n! uh reater aneanisg. H u this inverted end sercUtare uawxprcsseo the tuuverutv arran^n ess find its greatest i any university considerations Questions relating to the LM Orch. •' and contranly revolve about its more fundaments! ^"""r^, purposes The happily praiseworthy position *^* ml ndlm r !" to me **rious musical organization deserving the r( ^ n ^*2iiti H Greater Mlrr? community', expansion if erfor the happmess oi our less fcartunais neiahJT** ^ hechh %  faction oTot university confustoa and its aims with %  to obacure n> i its MplisSiue. which Miami restdenU sbesM the univerasty as a crater et ertntoe it Oaee properly recg** to the etasas studies, as ***\



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I y, OCTOBER 29. 1954 +Jmtsiinr>rlrfrHn ni Day to Fott kw Americans Hero Li Miami will take'an united step for Veterans' X, v 11. when Federal Court Ip in Dade County Auditor[930 a.m. to naturalize 400 Jirens. [public swearing-in ceremonlth Federal Judge John W. presiding, mark South I-., part in a nationwide honl{ 50.000 new Americans. An led 8,000 will gather in the )od Bowl, Los Angeles; 6,L'bbets Field, Brooklyn; Newark, N.J. and 8,000 at lurk 'a Polo Ground:*. bn M. Swingii U.5. Commisn immigrauon, nas planned |i program wan federal and Bugea 10 commemorate VetI*J as replacement ior ihe j.vniiiatice Day. L-i uie enuie judMMU") here lucu 10 tiilciiu Ultt yuuilis 1... .acuiuillg Hi C. rllucll |liu.ill.-lnU llla.illlall 01 lite i.. oaua root, itiiwarwii mi. iOsi uauiiiunuuy |an CUUfeJl eveiiia m lac Dun gutots will incluac JoJII.UI, uikitict uiCWter oi liigi.ii.nii ana iVaiurauzaiion L>i'Pi. oi JUOHCC; &u K. J, uarvey >. 6ceua foi ncuiy j. naiani, kii ui Me fust's Amcncdiifaumuce; reoerai juuge tiiicnurst; and UM MB i. Mia i Judges cnaries A. "i'al ...in.'ii. iii-.my L. ii. Joe i^uion, Vincent C. |.\ t'einon Hawthorne, \Vn]i: in in urge c. Holt, MarjUiscnuart and Munley Mil|i are the two County |U Blanton and Frank B Judge Ben C. Willard of |nnn.ii Court oi Record, Hi ik i nan, Norman HenJohn ('. Wynn, Judges ot fn uurt nl Record, Judge son, Court of Crimes, enile Court Judge Walter bam, |l Idress will be deliviii ly sworn-in Federal It C, Choate. His topic II' ntage'ol Freedoms." I Hallowe'en Dance lay at Seacomber |. ni costume party and j 1 will be held by the Miami Jewish Consumpl!i't Society on Saturday OH 30, 8:30 p.m., at the P>> r hotel. and Arlene, dance team lifornia, will lead the folk %  > dancing. Prizes will be for costume* to be select|tlu' judgea after a "grand scheduled for 11 p.m. |in ii ni the affair are the Sn| Schwartz, Irene LefArnold Lewis. >rt Says Bigots Irish in Row Desegregation Itinotd from Pag* 1 A ADL report, is Bryant W. 34 year-old ex-Marine Mr[ho organized the National >" for the Advancement lc Peopl*. He claims more [0.000 members, each of ays at least five dollars lues. organizational newsletter, jhc National Forum, demonlliowles' kinship with the Icidl hate movement in this Vays ADL. It is filled with f* ,t,e articles reprinted from and publications of the Kablished cabal of profeslew-haters. P is now under indictment separate counts of conspir^'srupt the school systems Rand's Kent and Suaaex Academy Member Drive Slates Final Reports Hebrew Academy dining room will be the setting for this Sunday's fourth and final breakfast meeting of the membership campaign committee. Joseph Rose, chairman, Allen Goldberg and Frank Brickni.ni cochairmen, will render final reports at the breakfast, which is scheduled for 10 a.m. B. I. Binder, president, addressed the Committee of 100 last Sunday and urged them "to give more zest and greater effort" to the final week of the campaign. The membership drive will come to a close Nov. 7 goal is 1.000 new members. PAGE 5 A Book Review Series Due Mrs. DonaldMurrey, coordinator, taet with group chau-mea to set a schedule for the 1954-1955 Hadassah book review series, which will be held at the Hibiscus Masonic Temple on Alton rd and 10th St., on Tuesday afternoons, dates to be announced. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will give the reviews. Mrs. Harry Magid is overall ticket chairman. Hallowe'en Dance Tropical Chapter of Bnai B'rith Women will hold their annual Hallowe'en dance on Sunday. Oct. 31. 8:30 p.m.. at the Nautilus hotel. Drama Club Formed A drama club has just been organized for teen agers at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Town Branch. Meetings are on Monday at 7:30 p.m. Adult Women's Session Adult education session for women in elementary Hebrew will be held on Tuesday morning, Nov. 2, 10 a.m.. at Zamora Jewish Center. Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz will conduct the session. Woman Named Co-Chairman "MTs. Sylvia Brurhmcr was this week 1 named co-chairman of commission for law and social action of the Louis D. Brandeis and Louise Chapters of the American Jewish Congress, according to an announcement here. c .. Masada Party Plans have now been completed for the Miami Beach Masada Young Adult Zionist District's fourth annual masquerade party to be held on Saturday night at the Rendale hotel, according to Slanly Josowitz and Sam Eisman. co-chairmen. The affair will start at 9 p.m. and dress is optional. Thanksgiving Affair Planned Stuart Winston and Mrs. Irving Hugel have been appointed cochairmen for the annual Thanksgiving anniversary dance, which will be conducted by the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Wednesday, Nov. 24lh, at 8:30 p.m., it was announced by Bernard Weksler, Branch council chairman. Sisterhood to Meet Knesseth Israel Sisterhood will hold a meeting on Tuesday evening, Nov. 2, at 8 p.m., according to an announcement this week by Mrs. Frances Ulian, president. To Elect Officers Annual election of officers and board members of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held Wednesday evening, Nov. 3, it has been announced by H. M. Drewich, president. Society to Meet .Jfebrew Speaking Society will hold its first meeting of the season Saturday evening at the religious school school of Temple Emanu-EI. The program will include a I k review by Saul Porush. David Friedman, chairman, also revealed that Rivah Saltz will report on "Education in Israel," with a synopsis of daily reading from the Prophets by Harry Perach, current events by David Friedman and community singing led by Mrs. Harry Perach and Irving Shalom, following. Louis Abrams Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Louis Abrams. 812 Ortega Avenue, Coral Gables, will take place Sunday. October 31st at 2:30 af*Mt. Ncbo Cemtery with Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiating. Mr. Abrams is survived by a son. Mervin Ames; one brothther, Abe; and a sister, Mrs. Esther Lede'r. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company; friends and relatives are I asked to attend. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! 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PAGE 6 A JmistJ**!**!L Joe Ann Shier. Alfred Vows in Double Ring, In a 7:30 p.m. double ring cutdielight ceremony <>n Sunday. Oct. M, at ill'' Masonic Lodge. Miami Beach, Miss Joe Ann Shur. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shur. 1236 S\Y 21st ter.. Miami, became \ Mrt. Marvin D. Stiyitr Golden, Snyder Exchange Vows Jacqueline Golden ami Marvin David Snyder exchanged vows Sunday, Od 2-i. at the Coral GableJewish Center The 4:30 p.m. ceremony was performed by Rabbi Morrii Stop Daughter of Mr and Mrs Percy Golden. 135 SW 27th rd the bride Wtl given in marriage by her fath er She chose a princess style gown of white chantilly lace over satin with bouffant skirt of white nylon tulle fashioned into a sweeping train Her four-tiered fingertip veil of silk illusion extended from a matching lace tiara Newly wed Mrs Snyder carried • %  bridal ipray <•! carnation-, lilies ->f-ihe-valle> and rchid. Her cousin, MrMill Abel. .,natron "i bonor Boaemar) Schrager. another cousin. sened M maid oi hnor Bride-matron was Hn Louis licit r was inbrother's beat nan Donald Schrager, Henry ann Louis licit ami Prank Hessan ushered A recepti< lowed at the Center The bridegroom ithe ton oi Mr and MrJack Snyder. 8550 North Miami ave. His bride attended Miami Senior High School and the Universit) oi Miami. He served four years in the t' S Navj aboard the Qarlu and has lived in Miami since 1950 He ia Used car dealer. Long Exchange Candlelight Rites the bride of Alfred Long, aOO 01 the late Mr and MrHainan Long, Columbus, 0 ton.ic.-i> of Birmingham and Kvergreen. Ala. Rabb. Morris A Stop officiated, misted i-> R<'v Maurice Mamchea. IVcor .n the wedding was blue and white Marx rate wa, soloist with cousin Of the br.de from Birmingham Albert Shugerman. acting . wed Mrs Long is a gradu%  te of Miami Senior High School and received her degree in education at the University of Miami. wture the waconnected with special education for the past two ram Mr Long was graduated from high school in Ev e r g re en Ala and attended Alabama Polytechnic Institute \iter serving with the Arm ed Forceoverseas for three \ears. he inow m business in Columbus The couple are motoring North, making stopat Birmingham and Chatanooga, Tenn They will make their home at 3422 Fast Broad at Columbus, 0. Anli %  Mrs. Mrti 1M| Pink, Blue Colors For Miss Lurie Pink and blue color scheme was used at the wedding of Edyne Joy I.one and Alan Winner at the Algiers hotel Saturday. The bride wore a gown of white taffeta-silk. Mrs. Jay Lurie, her Mster in law and matron of honor %  nm pmk taffeta while Miss Donna Asher. the bride"s cousin, and bridesmaid was dressed in blue taffeta. Colonial bouquets were carried. The bridal bouquet was white orchid surrounded by lilies of the valley and the attendants carried roses and carnations in pink and blue combinations. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiated at the ceremony followed by a reception in the hotel's Kismet Room. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Lurie, 1785 Bay dr.. Miami Beach. She is a graduate of the University of Florida where she was a member of Alpha Kpsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Winner, a graduate of Temple University, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pood of Philadelphia His brother. Fred Pood, was beat man. Jay Lurie, brother of the bride, was usher. Mr Winner and his bride will live at 2666 Park ave.. Singer Island, Riuera Beach. **\ I *•*-' Miss Judith Goldberg and David Meddin are engaged. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Ina Alpern Goldberg, 1764 SW 17th St.. and George Goldberg, Miami Beach. Mr. Meddin is the son of the Alexander Meddins. Savannah, Ga. The couple met at a fraternity rush party at the University of Georgia, where Miss Goldberg is now a junior and pres ident of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. A spring wedding is planned. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman have returned to their home at 2390 Coral Way after an extensive tour of Jacksonville, Philadelphia and New York. j\id Boasj on Fnd.,> evening, 8 30 p m at the home •! MrHaiduck. 118 Collins ave. Sisterhood to Meet Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will have a board of director1 on Wednesday morning. Nov 3. at 1030 a.m. it has been announced by Mrs R SchwaeUer. president Miu Ha Can! Cohen. Bot To Wed in Ft Miss Gold* CakaL Boberman are mitafL their February *** %  %  pie, whose betrothal r by her parent*. Mr rael Cohen. 1228 5Wfl| introduced by rtlauanf Mr Boberman is thf Nathan Bohemians. Club Prado, Card Mi— I -hen is a hi of Baltimore, Md. from Miami Beach School and the Jf School of Nursing. She is noa on the son Memorial Hotpiutj Her fiance graduate!! Island IniversttJ H "" the Second Infantry I Korea for 13 month! %  tjBodated in basnatl father Omega Delta Psi Dance Carnival dance is being planned by the girls of Omega Delta P-i for all teen agers at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Town Branch, on Saturday. Oct. 30. 8 p.m. Arthur Safer, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sater. 5360 LaGorce dr.. Miami Beach, will bocome Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Oct. 30, 10:45 am., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kionish will officiate. Arthur, a student at Beth Sholom Religious School, is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High SchooL Steven lay Pavlow, son oi Mrs. Mae Pavlow. 752 West 41st st., Miami Beach, will bocome Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Oct. 30, 10:45 a.m.. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Krorush will officiate. Steven is a student of Beth Sholom Religious School and attends eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High SchooL Stephen, a native of Philadel phia. has been a local resident since IBM He attends Nautilus Junior High School and is a pupil of religion of Rev. A. J. Safra. Out*if town guests for the occasion will include Mr. and Mrs. M. Hymson. Mr L Hymson. Mrs. B. Feldman. Mrs. V Ball. Mr. and Mrs M (.abler aad Mr. and Mrs. G Bernstein, all of Philadelphia. Bii'th&l Recent births in the! ami ..re., include ibe" Eric -on of Mr "J man Brenner. 172 > 1 JJ| Ro-a-iyn Jean. dM"" and MrHareM **l 12th -t A Donald Paul. ^"J Alan AM-huler, 12*jg Maurice Max. %  > %  Maurice B!un*nthai.l l *Lvnn Gail. dand< Mrs Fr.d Ackers* 42nd st %  Steven Gar, ^"j Morns Bornstcui 4* > Elaine Sue. *|J#J1 Mrs Kairn-n GoW-|jn Judy Lynnt. ^ Mrs Harold Saant--| Jcffre, M.J* *< Mrs Martin Oeaw. ^Diane Baa*J-/v| andMrsBenuHB* Michael D£* j Mrs. Gerald Shaat*' ter.



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sll^JEIIoipidliiaun IMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1954 SECTION B \tate Department Cloaks Iraqi Persecutions; Arms Seen at Stake By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA iSHINGTON—The State Decent is attempting to cloak ,. persecution of Jews, and [country's hostility toward Ism defense of its selection of L, the first Arab League nail., receive a free U.S. munil grant. lur-ton B. Morton, Assistant Jury f State for CongresI Affairs, in a letter dated Au10. took Iraq's side, when fc by a Senator about a column reporter. The column told llraq menaces Jews, and listed obtained at the Library of ess Morton defended Iraq Khali of the State Department. kid Iraq "is keenly aware of lommunitt danger" and that it Incorrect to state that Iraqis I S arms to kill Israelis. Irti.n went on to characterize [;a vital anti-Communist out%  inked with the United States. [v.,done despite the April 25 ,*r Rabbi Irving tehrman (ado my Offers f.A. Sessions Hebrew Academy will infor the current year a series t\ A conferences, Mrs. Charles ft president, announced. hferences will cover the entire b\. kindergarten through the \ ade, William Farr has been ap|nl chairman of arrangements meetings, which will take throughout the school year, in of P.T.A. members. "The meetings," Mrs. Farr said. serve both the home and '1 because the smallness and |dliness of the group will enIge discussion of the common |M of the class. Even timid Ms can be encouraged to par^te in such an atmosphere." ifdule of meetings is Monday, l. Mrs. Martin Genet, 4940 kkee ave.. kindergarten; TuestN'ov. 2. Mrs. Farr, 3447 Chase first grade: Wednesday, No. fcrs. Ted Landesman. 2924 le a v e.. third grade; Mrs. • s Koch. 1446 Meridian ave., |b made; Thursday, Nov. 4, [Daniel Yedlin, 562 Michigan fifth grade; Joseph Zemel, prairie ave., eighth grade. play. Nov. 8, Mrs. Aaron 7532 Adventure ave., [grade; Mrs. Ted A. Selevan. prairie ave., seventh grade. Iraqi official communique stating that "the Iraqi Government is pleased to announce that the U.S. Government has recently agreed to supply the Iraqi army with military aid unconditionally, devoid of political obligations or alliances." Last January, Iraqi Foreign Minister Fadhil Al Tamali told the Iraqi parliament; "Whoever called for peace with Israel would be I guilty of high treason, and should be hanged." In February, he said: "The destruction of Israel will be achieved only by a strengthening of the Arab states." Zionists noted that these warlike statements were made by a leader of a government granted free arms by the State Department as a "bastion of democracy." Protesting the arms decision, Louis Lipsky, chairman of the American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs, spoke for most American Jews. Lipsky said: "Iraq has been the most belligerent member of the Arab League in the conRabbi Lehrman Will Serve With Mission CINCINNATI — Rabbi Irving Lehrman. noted Miami Beach religious leader and prominent figlire in the Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami, will serve as 8 mejnber of an extraordinary 35man UJA overseas study mission, which will visit Europe, Israel and tension ridden North Africa, to de tarmine the 1953 needof refugee and distressed Jews in these countries, it was announced in Cincinnati last weekend al an emer national report conference of the I J A Edward M M Warburg, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal and chairman of the mission, said that the mission will leave Friday. Oct. 29. and that it will report back to the IJA's 1955 goalsetting annual national conference scheduled to meet Dec. 10. 11 and 12 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. Rabbi Lehrman. however, will join the mission in Israel. Rabbi Lehrman has been spiritual leader of Temple Emnnu-Kl since Aug., 1943, and is a member of the Rabbinical Cabinet of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and a member of the Rabbinical Assembly of America. He is also chairman for the Southeastern Region of the American Technion Society. Israel's principal institute for technical studies. The Mission's itinerary calls for an initial three-day stop in Paris to participate on Nov. 1, 2 and 3 in a Country Directors Conference of the Joint Distribution Commit tee and for arrival in Israel on Thursday. Nov. 4, to begin a tenI day series of consultations and 1 field trips. tinuing war against Israel. It has refused even to enter into an armistice agreement with Israel. To arm Iraq at a time when Arab-Israel tension has been mounting, and without a firm commitment to make peace with Israel, is to fortify and embolden Arab intrunsigeance and risk a renewal of open hostilities."A defense of Iraq was also made in connection with facts regarding Iraqi persecution of Jews. Morton said: "As far as it is possible to know, there are no Jews in concentration camps in Iraq." Frequent mention has been made in the Iraqi press and radio of the sentencing of Jews to prisons and concentration camps. The newspaper "Al Shaab," for instance, told of how long sentences were imposed on Jews for "corresponding with relatives in Palestine and sympathizing with Zionism." A few i months ago. Iraqi police actually seized Jewish passengers off a British passenger plane which made a forced landing in Baghdad. Jewish organizations have furnished the State Department with lengthy documented reports on Nazi-like activities in Iraq. Copies are on file in the Near Eastern Division which could have provided with ample documentation for anyone really interested in the truth about Iraq. The material was submitted by the American Jewish Committee, B'nai B'rith. American Jewish Congress, American Zionist Council, Jewish Labor Committee. Jewish War Veterans, and the Synagogue Council of America. But the State Department chose to accept the Iraqi Embassay version. A world Jewish Congress summar) of the Iraq situation shocked nan; decent-minded persons. "A Jew was sentenced to five years al bard labor and another lo three years because a scrap ol paper with a Hebrew inscription from the Old Testament was found in their home. It was charged that the paper was of Zionist origin %  A 60-year-old Jew was sentenced to seven years at hard labor and fined 500 pounds because he had received a letter from his son in Israel. He died as a result of brutal treatment received while in prison Ten Jews were sentenced to three years at hard labor on the Continued on Pagt 12 B The deed to a S250.0O0 estate located on the Gulf Coast between Gulfport and Biloxi, Miss., ha* been transferred to B'nai B'rith by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grishman, of Biloxi. This is believed to be the largest single gift made to B'nai B'rith during its entire 111-year history. It consists of the Grishman home together with a lot that runs 450 feet along the bsach front and is 250 feet in depth, all attractively landscaped. Grishman made the gift in honor of his parents, Aziiel and Chaya Sarah Grishman, without any stipulations. Shown here extending thanks on behalf of B'nai B'rith to Mr. and Mrs. Grishman is (left) Philip M. Klutznick. president of B'nai B'rith. Unique Luncheon Scheduled ai Di Lido Nov. 1; Captain Jack Brass to Appear Some reservations are still available for the "Getting to Know Our Town" luncheon and conference on Monday. Nov. 1. at the Di Lido Hotel. According to Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, general chairman of Community Education Month, several j hundred luncheon reservations I have been received from organization members throughout Dade County. The program will start at 10 a.m. and is scheduled to end at 3 p.m. By popular demand Captain Jack Brass, Israeli war veteran, folk I singer and world traveler, will' again headline the unique program I planned for the entertainment of i the women's groups Captain Brass previously performed before a capacity audience in the Miami Beach Auditorium under auspices of the Women's Division of Federation. He will make a special flight from New York city to appear on the program dur-. ing the afternoon session. Captain Brass is public relations officer of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and was a member of the first Jewish relief unit sent from Britain | to Germany to direct relief and rescue work among the survivors of | Nazi concentration camps. During World War II. he directed the first relief project caring for children of bombed out homes in war ravaged London. It was the first mercy program of its kind in the country, ultimately aiding thousands of homeless victims. Born and educated in England, Captain Brass took an active part in Israel's defense army in pretatehood days. He attained the rank of captain in the Intelligence Corps. Many of his folk songs have been recorded by major record companies. Mrs. Samuel Marks and Mrs. Murray A Shaw are co-chairmen of a special bus tour program scheduled on four separate days during the month of November. "These conducted tours will take organization representatives behind the Slsn.ey C. Myers scenes at the various health and welfare institutions which make up the local Federation family of agencies and will afford the visitors an opportunity to study these agencies in action." said Mrs. Weinstein. Auxiliary presidents of these affiliated organizations are cooperating closely with Women Division leaders. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, to provide informative, stream-lined tours. The tour-schedule for which reservations are being made at this time include: Nov. 3. Wednesday. Mt. Sinai Hospital, 1 p.m., buffet lunch: Nov. 8, Monday. Bureau of Jewish Education, National Council of Jewish Women. Jewish Social Service Bureau. 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., refreshments: Nov. 15, Monday. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, tour of Miami Beach Branch, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., refreshments. Announcements and complete program schedule of the all dayconference were mailed last week to more than 4.000 women interestContinued on Pagt 12 B Federal Republic Agrees on Claims Sum Named President (ry Zeit has been elected pres> of the Hialeah Miami Springs 1 Center following the resigof Jack L. Cohen, who was to continue because of ill[Along with Zeit, new vice lent will be Lester Kahn. BONN (JTA) — The German Federal Republic has agreed, in an undertaking signed in Sept 1952. to make available to the Conference on Jewish National Claims Against Germany, over a period of years, the sum of $107,142,857 wheh is par of the $822!o00.000 reparations agreement negotiated between the Israel Government. West Germany and the Conference. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the Conference and archi tect of the reparations agreement, pointed out that "Conference allocations were not intended to replace local fund-raising or to relieve or absolve local communities of responsibility for maintaining the level of their assistance to Nazi victims." The Conference board of directors reported that out of the $9,000.000 granted for current use, $7,035,000 represented allocations for relief and economic rehabilitation. This sum was channeled in largest measure, through central welfare and communal organizations on the principal that they "are best qualified by experience and organization to make the most effective use of relief and rehabilitation grants." Countries to which Conference funds will flow include Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, France. Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxemburg, Norway, Sweden. Switzerland. Uruguay and Yugoslavia. The allocations will be utilized to assist in emigration and rehabilitation and for the support of old age homes, orphanages, kindergartens, hospitals, health centers, special medical aid and related purposes.



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PAGE 2 B ls*%iit fkrHiir Molly Picon to be Guest Star at Israel Bond Function Thursday in Miami Beach \ '-.illy in honor of comedienne Moll) Picon will he sponsored in Front Auditorium, 10th >i. anil Oei an dr Miam sday, No* 4. in the B< .n!i Couneil of State of Lsra< ; Bonds MrLena Mintzes ichair man i th< group thai day, Mi-Picon, re garded athe Queen of the Yidlish -i....'. ill be .1 guest of the Sponsors ol Israel, honor society oi all women who have invested • %  mum ot si.ooo in l>n.<'l Bonds Admission to the Auditorium Thursday night will be through Hi.' purch ol .i S100 Bond Then' will he special sections [i 10 purchasers Mrs. Mintzes rr\<\ Israelite Center Slates Talk by Friedman N idge Mil • |uenc> %  night. N [Mrs Imonth tour ol the I'n •,. Miami cial workers' n i I to be fiven '" ll the Bmpn -Hi • %  l>o through tin purchase %  •' %  >'"' I o with pur Worki rs al the Royal Palm Ho tel heard Levitskj i xplain the probk %  Israeli p at present and the %  made possible through investment capi tal providi |h the -.>!< %  ol l&rar I Bonds Hi "aintroduced bj MrMonte chairman "t the Women's Division, Greater Miami Commit•,1 thanked by Sosnmur Uebman. Miami Bi'.irh attorne) and • %  member ol the Board of Governors, Stati Israel Bonds li. adquartr rlor the Operal have in'cn set up in thCard Room of the Royal Palm H MrSelig told uorktrthat the Operalogue will undoubtedl) in' "ii.• of the mo-t exciting events of the season and I hope that all ol :: take ad*antage of thioutstanding function to contact your friendwith the message "f i Guest ol honor will ironoviu who will !><• pn : %  ; t Citj Bible. in Hi' G er Mian with nitt i : i conimur.. > wide function B enjqmin B Goldstein, C p : Nathan Siden, C.p. A announce fhe formofi.n of a portnerifcj. /•r ffce practice t Public Accounting under fhe firm name of Goldstein and Siden Suite 1542 Alfred I. DuPont Building Miami, Florida Telephone 2 5136 Molly Picon Mrs. Pelle Named to Post With National Conference l>r Jacob M t unningham, Florida regional director ol the Ni tional Confen nee oi Christians and Jew-, haannounced the appointment ol MrMichael A Pelle %  i associate director MrPelle ia gtaduate oi Green Mountain College for Women V* t mont. and received her law decree from Brooklyn La School In W8 she haserved as managing attorI the district attorney's office in Kings County, New York lor of the women's HIM li wi-h Federation ii. 1952 and 109 In her new position. MrPelle will handle organization ol the women's division oi the NCCJ and will aid in proi I public relationElection Scheduled Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will hold a rtional and auxiliary meet i S inda) v n T al 10 a in Election ol %  • plat %  Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand 4rfi0*l alogue to be presented Dec. 1 in te of Israel Bond Organization man Miami Beach attorney vernors, Israel Bonds: Miss of the Sponsors of Israel; Asher Mi %  : • Selig. chairman sion. Insurance Forum Due At Di Lido Hotel Problems in the insurance field, particular!) as the) affect the ho tel industry, will be brought into the open at an insurance forum to be staged bj the Miami Beach Holociation Friday, No* 5, al 8 pm The meeting will t held at the DI Lido Hotel Moderator for the occasion will !*• Albert E Ossip, ol Ossip Insui ance Agenc) ..nd it iplanned to %  nt one or two insurance adjusters to give the answers to ol the more perplexing in questions facing hotel The insurance forum committee "i the hot< ition in i barge tack Mori. Burn; 1 • u %  "Inn & KAcr. lie \. I s %  e a Company, NATURAL MINERAL WATER BATHS o Physical Therapy for ARTHRITIS and neuromuscular ailments Ft. Lauderdale Spa 500 S.W. 14th Court Phone JA 2-7759 SINCt 11)7 then Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand trVW! 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Pf^CTOgER 29, 1954 *Jewlstfk>rldllan LOBAL SHORTS!Marie Volpe Feted By Symphony Club PAGE 3 B hf of 900,000 Refugees ned on Arab Governments |,ll D NATIONS (WNS) — governments were blamed for Iplighl <>f 900,000 Palestine refugees in a report issued %  ^eek by Henry R. Labouisse, |t„r ol the I'N Relief and I \ [ency for Palestine Refurho said that progress in rerating the refugees into the .„„, life of the Near East I),,.,.,. "negligible." It will take before the Arab refui along without relief (one ol the main reasons for present circumstances is the Stance or inability" of the government! to help their compatriots, Mr. Labouisse U, e i \ c.eneral Assembly. Egyptian Jews Accused Kpyinq for Israel IMIIIN (WNS)—The Egyptian fc r > Prosecutor's office anl,, ( | that it will demand the penalty for thirteen Jews, %  ilinu a woman, it intends plac In;.! *oon before a military ii |e ol having engaged Bitarj and political espionage according to reports re from Cairo. Two of I \lirani Dar, said to be t: \nny officer, and Paul are to In 1 trieil in absentia u.: • reported to have fled some two months ago. ;Victorine Nilo, alias lellc secretary of a British i lirm in Egypt. Re I reaching here from informed fvin airo intimate that some |Jc\ihave been arrested in and that the Jewish commuI is profoundly disturbed [the fate of the arrested, many ivere reported languishI [ish Congress Honors fcshScholar for Rescue l\\ YORK IJTAI -Dr. Aage distinguished D a n ish i. : i author, was honored m here by the World ess ;> n d American for hiparticipaII dcrground op nation %  i i II HI. illy all of DeriJi ws out of the coun irider the nose of Nad 1 troops. Only 475 were ,-e b) the Nails and de. i ntratiOD camps. The men, women and children, all i ing imminent deporta%  concentration camps, were the narrow channel | i lenmark and Swi den, igh the ingenuity, active help ,.f the entire Danish nkovic May Be Deported; rt Rejects Killer's Plea .-.MliNCTON UTA)—The Su1 ourt last weekend cleared a> for the deportation of AnArtukovic, Creation Nazi collator who played a leading in the mass murder of Yugo • r. Jewry. The Court rejected kovic'a appeal from a U.S. Cirourt of Appeals decision that 102 extradition treaty is still Yugoslavia is seeking to Artukovic to trial for war %  I against Jews and others. pr Jewish organizations have Ced the case clearly and subId evidence against Artukovic. Army Secretary Addresses JWV; Barr Succeeds Madisin RICHMOND (JTA) Army S,,,, tary Robert T. Stevens commanded the Jewish War Veterans toda] for its "impressive history of devotion to the highest Ideals ol liberty, equality and justice" and for he ing "in the front rank of those who vigorously oppose whatever and whoever would impair our heritage." Mr. Stevens made these remarks in an address to the JWV 59th national convention here The veterans, in a resolution, opposed the United States Government's granting of arms to the Arab states. They also called for the integration of all races in the public schools of the U.S. as soon as possible. Joseph F. Barr of Washington was unanimously elected national commander of the organisation, succeeding Harry T Madison Second annual Symphony Week observance opened Sunday evening at the Miami Women's Club. Spearheaded by the University ol Miami Symphony Club, the 800member organisation has designated Mrs. Claude Renshaw, the club's first vice president, as director of events, assisted by Mrs. A. Judson Hill and Mrs. Franz T. Stewart. The kickoff banquet honored Madame Marie Volpe. business manager Ol the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra for "a half century's service to good music." Goldstein, Siden Form C.P.A. Firm Benjamin B. Goldstein and Nathan Siden. certified public accountants, have formed a partnership under the firm name of Goldstein and Siden Their offices are in the Alfred I. duPont Building, Miami. Mr. Goldstein, a resident of Miami Beach for the past ten years, has practiced as a Florida certified public accountant since 1948. He also holds a C.P.A. certiiicate from the State of New York, issued in \ 1926. A member of the New York Bar since 1927, Mr. Goldstein was adchildren accompanied their parents mitted to practice before the Tax 23 Korea POW's Have Beach Holiday A total of 23 Korean prisoners of war enjoyed 214 days of Miami Beach hospitality as guests of the Miami Beach Hotel Association during the first year of its free accommodations program for repatriated POW's, according to Samuel A. Kivkind, president of the association. Each of them stayed at a different cooperating oceanfront hotel, averaging nine days per stay. Among the vacationing servicemen, there were 16 married couples, seven unattached, while five Vishinsky Discusses Near East With Delegate From Syria LONDON (JTAiAndrei Vishinsky, head of the Soviet delegation to the United Nations, has received the Syrian delegate to the UN and discussed with him Syria's proposal In the General Assembly that a commission consisting of the repre sentatives of the Big Five attempt to deal with the Palestine problem, a Damascus radio broadcast in the Hebrew language said. A broadcast monitored here said that Mr. Vishinsky had told the Syrian delegate at the UN that the Soviet Union welcomed the Syrian proposal and that it Syria wanted a "po sitive reaction" the Soviet delegate was prepared "te consider this question." Court of the United States, He is now devoting himself exclusively to the practice of public accounting. Mr. Siden has been a resident of the Miami area since his discharge from the Navy in 1946. Since then he has been in public accounting as a C.P.A, in his own office in the duPont Building for the past five years He is a former resident of Chicago, Illinois, anrl a graduate of DePaul University in that city. Presents Complaints Truce Violations by Arabs PtUALEM (JTA) — Israel preI :i56 complaints of truce and I'T violation by Jordan troops V:dtrees to Lt. Gol. Charles E. ster. new chairman of the Is"rdan Mixed Armistice Com' as Israel this weekend re"i the MAC after a seven* boycott of the unit. The 356 aints concerned violations kh had occurred during the peof the boycott from last In. Stevenson Hopes Conciliatory Proposals Will Be Adopted SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) —The hope thai "the important and con dilatory proposals Israel halately made may point at least toward direct negotiations with the Arabs" was expressed here by Adlai Stevenson, former Presidential candidate and titular head Ol the Demo critic Party, in a foreign policy address Mr Stevenson also noted that the British and the Egyptians have settled the "menacing dispute" over the Sue/ Can,,I. and added: lint alter seven \eais there is no peace between the Arabs and brai l. ii..se fears are now aggra vated by our government's plan to arm hei Ai a %  neighbors British Jewry Opposes Re-Arming of Germany LONDON (JTA) The Board of Deputieof British Jews reaffirmed its opposition to the rearming of either halt ol Germany and expressed "deep apprehension" at the changes which will take place inside German) and m her relations with the occupation powers in the wake of the agreement negotiated with Germany at the recent nine-power conference in London. The Board resolution underlined the fact that there is "increasing evidence" that well-known Nazis are being given important offices in the Bonn Republic. ^^ The Volpe testimonial had been a well kept secret from the guest ol honor since last August. The group presented Mmc Volpe with an inscribed watch and a lifesize portrait of herself. Dr. .1. F. W. Pearson. University president. paid Mine. Volpe a glowing tribute for her 28 years of service to the U of M orchestra founded by her late husband, I)r Arnold Volpe. Throughout the month, more than 100 children, from all sections of Dade County, have been participating in a pair of Music Memory Contests Winners will be announced Nov, 1. The week long observance will end with a large reception for Barbara Gibson, firs! guesl artist on the opening pair ol concerts at the Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday. (let 31, and Dade County Auditorium Monday. Nov 1 The event will be held on Saturday evening, Oct. 30 from 8 30 until 11 p.m.. at the Student Club. Normandy Camp Ends Season With Bazaar : Normandy School Music and Art Camp climaxed its summer program with a bazaar and concert recently run for the benefit of the current March of Dimes drive. Campers set up booths for games of skill, the sale of food and the sale of art works. A check for $151 was mailed to the March of Dimes. In the eight weeks of the camp [ program, campers engaged in painting, collages, mobiles, ceramics, etching on metal and copper enamel work. Highlight of the sale was the auctioning of a head paint' ed and donated by Eugene Massin who was in charge of the camp art program. The concert which followed in ; eluded Jill Huberman and Barry Kaplan, flutes; Peter Bromer. saxophone; Bobo Huberman, violin: Bob Goldberg, maracas: Jerry i Goodman, drums. The concert was conducted by AI Carroll, with Jim Curtis a-sisiing. Woodwind sections were trained by Buddy Murphy and the strings by Victor Stern. Host and hostesses tor the bazaar ,. u .„ an ,i Harvey S Goldstein were land concfrt were members of the a ppi au( Jed for their designed tropical patio at the during their Beach holidays. Their home states included Massachussets, Alabama, Illinois, Georgia, Florida. Tennessee, North Carolina. Louisiana. Kansas. Wisconsin, Indiana, Connecticut, and one party originated from the District of Columbia. Highest ranking officer was a Major, while six were Captains, another a Lieutenant, with 15 noncommissioned men among them. The vacation program came about upon recommendation of Senator George A. Smathers after discussions with the Hotel Association, Rivkind explained. He also lauded the cooperation of the American Legion and the Miami Beach ServicemenCenter, headed by Maurice "Doc" Klein, who authenticated their prisoner of war status-. Cooperating hotels included the New Yorker. President Madison, Rendale, Martinique. Catalina, Royal Palm. National, Del Prado, Broadmoor. Poinciana, SeacomberSurfcomber. Sovereign, Shore Park, Johnina. Waves. Drake. Sea Gull, Royal York, Vanderbilt. Shore Club. Lord Tarleton, Atlantic Towers, Delmonico and SherryFrontenac. Night club facilities and dining were also provided by the Algiers, Saxony, Sans Souci, Nautilus. Delano and Casablanca Hotels Landscape Company Cited in Magazine Art Landscape Co. of Miami and Miami Beach was spotlighted this month by special recognition in the 1954 edition of "Florida Architecture Starting IT years ago with a borrowed lawn-mower, Bernard E, SelGroundbreaking Due WASHINGTON Groundbreaking ceremonies for the proposed B'nai B'rith Headquarters Building. sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Hen rj Monsk) Foundation, to be i reel ed in Washington, DC. will be held Nov. 7. and a banquet will follow that evening in the Mayflower Hotel in Washington. D.C., with Chief Justice Warren of the U. S. Supreme Court as principal speaker, as announced by Philip M. Klutznick, president of B'nai B'rith. camp faculty: Mrs. Alex Youngerman, in charge of ceramics; Mrs. L. Rusnak. arts and crafts; Stuart Marcus, swimming instructor; head councilor Irving Feinstone; Mrs. Bert Collier, nursery teacher; Mrs Althea Malchow. piano teacher: 'and Mi-Edith Schwitzman. Mrs. It. Piper and David Solovey, group leaders Mis Leo Huberman was in Of the affair. Children participating were Howard Simon, Paul Rosenberg, Billy Prensky, Alice Jacobson, Tina Goodman, Vita Shapiro. Elliot Goldberg. Greg Saigh. Barbara Stepner. Stacie Broida, Larry ROSS Jimmy Samurin, Gordon Ross. Car ol Applebaum, Jackie Jacobs. Joan Wemstrin. Jerry Goodman. Marian ne Youngerman, Jennifer Orin, Bob Goldberg. Bobo Huberman, Barry Kaplan, Dave Bromer, Nancy Drozd. Cathy Prensky, Pamela Rain. Jill Huberman and Peter Bromer. a} front home ol Klivans. Di Lido tluHoward J. Island Selevan also operates Art's Nursery on the 79th -t causeway The Klivans' home was singled out as top Florida example this year ol a remodeled dwelling, its original small windows and blockii walls having been replace,; with wide French doors and sweeping lines into the garden and patio for outdoor living. Klivans, a former Philadelphia!! is an associate with Jack Cameron in the Furniture Mart here Work by the Art Landscape Co has been featured previously in "House Beautiful" for landscaping of the Bmg Kossoff home at 4444 North Meridian ave. Their designs can be seen also on the grounds of the Carl Weinkle residence at 5045 Lakeview dr.. and the picture landscapes at the Benjamin Kane home on Bay Harbor Island. THE TERCENTENARY STORY Copyright, IBM. by Amtr1cn Mat* PrM Early Exporations in the New World Ttxt by DANIEL ELAZAR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO So *four o* OR-r Ul *uSs., w *9 NAMIP IN HI* MONO* StTTl.fl** SOOH INTBOPUCtP s'lrtAR A* A =*0*> 'N -TM NtW WOULD ANpAS -TM ITTltB* •fCAfAt FROSPfROUC "tMtV StSAN TO OI*CARD TUCIK. FEAR* AN9 • %  MI OVERTLY JKWI*H. %  BUT -rue INQUISITION WAS IM PORTID FROM SPAIN "TO HOOT TMtM OUT.



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PAGE 4 B *JemUtfhrk98ar Community Chest Reveals 51,225,000 Goal tor Miami; Local Needs Stressed Dale Coun-> 1955 lommunit> %  %  B Hiram Blal .-.-• %  : %  I P and fa *d to %  :' r the U t needed 1 %  : t 1 care famil the %  %  %  larel %  will in:•-•' %  • • %  S Hiaand .' H Brvv • EMt%  I Ho%  %  Mrs. Harold Thurman will speak or. My Present. Past and Future in Sisterhood" at Tempos Emanu-El. Ft. Lauderdale. Monday, Nov. 2. Mrs. D long active in coms.sterhood work :s c: rr.err.be: 61 Temple Israel. Florida Author Night Series To Resume Sidarr H. fa mtPalmer is Named To Review Board u Kioi • HI ... %  %  %  -. news si order forcibl) ing this t pabil %  •.-,• i itj I ted two sui %  ir on horror The t.*rn of review u compo. MrRegin* L Mel : Walter E Head I %  ."• Miami Police DepartMadden. MrMa) Edmndand PaiPainvr m and operate* jalm^rMiaau Moamnaral beer, identified with erne, fraternal and reiigiourd apr.d for ine ad an Beth El cutive terms He i> Emur.ah Chapter Me r past he Miami \ Merchar-Asaeciatna and active %  He %  ne! b> the • roor Ered P Cone for •ndered to rida H" aba received a citation and first award for publicity on behalf of the Miami Dram and Bugle Corp of the Amer'. which he a> fi Bimce and publicity director. I the read. S 4. at 8 30 %  -. April • -1 wi will be included are Philip Wylie. author of the best-teller "Tonon Henry 1 archeotht Track of Nathan* N rsei Weinreb. ithor : The B^ and | -bli-hed Tht • Lucj S acher -' ndsey Hopkins \ Uonal H rt Storj S %  • s %  %  -• Song of RutJ • %  %  ander rarpon rd officer wr* up Treasun people, and John I) Mac Donald auth.ir ol th. new novel "rar> Plea.-ure who :equal) w.il knowr. jnovelist, science fiction writer and authoi of njrs-torieThis Utiai is a public -erviee feature and ifree to the people Us area Miami Delegates Picked To Attend Convention I the : Pur tluence of n the Emotional Stab; • hild The a2t % %  included aprnent of delegateto the Miz rachi r.\er.tion beginning No\ 7 in Atlantic Cft) where ) Bruce McDaniel returning director of IS OperationMi--ion in Israel, will be the 1954 recipient of the annual America I-rael Friend ship Award of the Mirrachi WornOrganization of America. Mogen Dovid Opens New Store on Trail \ Id Kosher Meat Prod f ilorida this week announc ed the grand opening of 'heir aac af 1MI S\V 8th st The D< w ,,ir conditioned e-tabii-hment is immediate!) adjacent to Ifanan I>..\i.| Store No 1 „t 1>87 on the Trail rdina to Harold Altman. Wallace (ians and Harry Burke. owners, the opening of Store No 2 i-ihcduled for Wednesday and Thursday. Nov. 3 and 4 featured will be Kosher Wetern prime fresh killed poultry daily and delicatessen from Mogen Dovid'New York provision factory, of which Burke is director and Rabbi ''haim Welichan-k>. ka-hruth -upen i-or Altman. Cans and Burke revealed thiweek that Store No 2 will remain open on Nov. 3 and 4 from to 9pm Opening of the M •* • -tabh-hment wanecessitated Mogen Dovid's expanding bu-i04 -in the Greater Miami area. \plained U ( have pioneered here in quality ko-h. r meat and poultry a' the lowest po—ible price-, and we have been finding it increasingly difficult to meet the demands of local residents at V> 1 alone Late-t plans call for their original location to be u-ed e\c!uiveIj .ia w' center with a i r Plan geared for ... N | will cater to th.' needs of the re-h.r market Altman revealed that t attending the grand opening will be offered the opportunity of having their chick enroasted free of charge on M .• a Dovid*i new rati and poultry available will be free cole r potato salad for purchasers of delicatessen, as well as refreshmentV .en Dovid. which intends to specialize in catering for all occaM eti "K in CaS nualmeei -i*' 2?* ill trial-, r J-4 'board chairman .W*-., % %  % %  • hun^ 7 nation HOW than 800 dt| M country will i ; bei^ of ,h. ,,,,,, na ,£"*j '" rs W:! !: ^'-TJJ gram developmeati in ^*l the Onaiv probltms J ganizatior. "< A, u,' h : % % %  tdJ sembly. PresMteat rj,L*! ""• %  *• ,h •*enm?| year-l.m^ natioo-wiai ^Jl moral and -pintual ~-J the Amerkar people m caj to be held m •-. Ea-tfj^J White Hou-e on Wedaejan 10. at 2 30 pm Pre-, n v f^ kbe made • | r>-j,j mer Am' '^Coatf Jameoi behalf ef i narii r w BtraL latj llglOU• and water >M ^| active i rg taei Past Masters Honond| Hir and \ annual P '^j da\ -ionpenoafi -*1*tl -k>. -piritual leader f Betal j Congrega' af BearJ.1 a member : the national I commission nf the FUbtaid* cil of Am. r ca Mofes also a mem!> Kosher ButcherGuild Chicago Club Meeting Chicago Club of Greater Miami will rr let 31. • 'he Pickin t'• -• according to an announcement thiw Listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program tr l<.mi,y, WJMM. If t* 2 p.m. rhi* prapwai i> tu fint mi km H lr,eit listtaiaf — I MK WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEI1 Friefcy tfarv Monday (Oct. 29 • Nov. 1) MORNING FRIDAY JATIROAV SL'NOAv 1MSW 7 7 i 7-JO 46 Today i • 30 %  • -5 10 • Te*' '! *MI %  2 4 '2 JO '2 AS %  It*-. 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LY, OCTOBER 29, 1954 + ln*UHrkriHI& l in Lggah Urges Tens to Vote Lsah. the Women'* Etoaial _,',,,,', „| America, 'his week J,',,,.,-, its :i(Mi.oo membera I,,,,,! the country, as well M Terican citizens, i" exercise L.i cherished prerogative vote— itement issued by Mrs. Dorfriegpr Kink. American afUiairman i Hadaaaah, em\n\ thai the organization is Uj s an .Hid supports no poli-,i ly or individual candidate. Cih was officially commendthc American Heritage l„in in the last national Pfor its efforts in bring|t the vole Kink expressed concern at %  rge number of Americans L| to vole, as well as at the fc r ol eligible voters who reg. those states requiring pre(n registration but then ne_j vote these days of critical developI (> n the national and internascene. no American dares k luright and his responsi|i(, p irticipate in the selecrepresentatives who will be [upon tn shape the future in national and international MrKink said. PAGE 5 E iw Radio Attacks JTA >n Curtain News Reports kl iN (JTA)—The Jewish %  phic Agency has been atin a Yiddish broadcast over l.ii-.,u radio for "spreading Iabout the position of the In countries behind the Iron |n The broadcast alleged that nek as in 1947. the JTA kt ,m agreement with the [Department to spread lies i ed information about Jews Peoples Democracies in rell'ir American dollars." Exit: indignation over the fact Ihr JTA reported that Jews land are being forced to bepvorkers in heavy industry, oadcasl asserted that they I liti.n the ranks of the workIt h "enthusiasm." ig Adult Dance \r.i Adult Croup of Temple i-EI will hold its semi-annual pr-li p dance and cocktail on Sunday. Oct. 31. at 8:30 In tin social hall of the TemI ins I" Irving Scherr. lent On the planning cum in Bob Stone, Dave GoldBerald Rothbard, Paul Kwitfobbie Graboyes, Sue Sheppioda Rubin, Paul Silverman. Karp and Alice Umans. ION-FATTENING DISSMTS Now you tin ill ill He %  •-••, you want wltaeet •ittiae. let. GUAHANIE ID NOMATTININei Ul* It on th, l.bl. or before Ihe hid "lav of December, 1964, In %  lefaull "i which the complain! will i„ taken .iconfeaaed agnlnal you, I >.,!. .I .il Ml.lllll. I Mile I "OUntj II'll Ida ihiMth day of < ictober, 1954, B. II LEATHERMAN, as Clerk of Chvllit Court. By WM. W HTOCK1NO, Deput) Clerk. ] II 29 — 11 %  '• -13-19 DEPENDABLE OOMESTIC HELF RELIABLE DAY WORKER! A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE S7 N E. 5n Street Phone 904O1 AL MEIDENBERQ. Owner LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICKUPS New York, Mew Jersey, fh''"del.hio, Bolrtmore, Wo.hinglon, Albany, Borton, ProvWenee oil other points. DIAL 5-7147 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AV NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 173703 SA.MI'KI, I. 8TEIN, Plaintiff, \'s. I'Al'LINE 8TEIN, Defendant. TO: PA CLINK STEIN -,i Bai -mil Btreel Brooklyn, N Y. You are required to aerve .1 eepy of ,„ur anawet to the BUI ol Complaint ,,„ Divorce on the ptalntlfrittorni y, and t" file il"orlslnal anawei In tne office nf the Clerk ol the Circuit Court before the *9th daj of November, A n ISM; othen-lae, ihy Bin of cnuilaiiii f.'i l'lv..i.e. heretofore [lied herein, e/lll he taken .11 onfeasad b) Dated .11 Miami, Florida, this the "* ^B^LEATHERMAN, Clerk "t the 1 'In ull Court, i>.iii,Countv. Florida By: M '' OREKN, iCIrcull Court Real) Deputy Clerk Name and Add 1 Plaintiff.Bollcltoi MILTON A PRIEDMAN 1023 s, >bold Bulldlrw, Miami, Florida in _• %  11 5-11-19 NOTICE OF mWOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP The partnerablp conalatlna ol Harrj oeman 1 Roaenberg and Sophie 1:1 uisli bualneaa aa tllfl Mouse. 109 i-: Flasler Bl Mian i— is .-.i .111.1 the afi 1 !.,.,,„ Roaenbers and Sophia BlaiMti n longer connected with the hurt .ml will not be raoponalble rot „„ ,1. ho in. 'H ii" 1 bj -.mi ompanj : ,f,.. r 1 I,.I..-I l-t. ISS4. I" ::• — 11/4 ^PRODUCTS fjUNE 'Bed BUTTER MARGARINE 7 \6tray4f LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAO^ COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 173584 (JEOROE HENRY AHRAM8, Plaintiff, \ Ri ,-i: \ \ l.i: VMS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: ROSE \ ABRAMK --• Hi. kStreet Hrooklyn, New York \,, are herebj notified thnl .1 lllll ,.f Complain) for Dlvon •• ha* be, n Mld nsalnai you, and you arc ..I to serve .1 copy of your Answer ,.r Pleading to the Bill of Complain! 011 the plaintiff's Attorney, III.MO M CAIN, -" %  'Weal Flagler Street, Mi 1, ml, Florida, and file H rlglnal \n-w.i in PleailliiK In the office "i the Clerk of the Circuit Court hefore the Mth das "f N1.vei11l.e1-, IM.,1. if you fall t" iio so. Judgment by default ill be mkeii agalnal you for the r.li.f ilen ded in the BID of Complaint, Thlnotice shnll %  published once each week f". four conaecutlve weeka In THE JEWISH htiORIDIAN [(ONE AND ORDERED nt Miami, Florida, this :'ist day of October, A.l> i: I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. IMII. County Florida By I! M, HAWKINS (Cinuil 1 '..ill I S.-.il) Deput) Clerk HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 'Mw.-st Flaglet st Miami, rla, in :•• %  11 i-lt-19 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No 25067 RE: E8T \TI: OF JACK M BRAHAMH I •.., %  .,-.•. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la herebj riven thai i have filed my final report and petition f,.i Flna 1 Dlai hu re .•%  'urator and I !xi .,, x ..1 in, eatata of JACK M. BRAHAMH, deceased and thai on the null da] "f November, I9M, will ap,,|> to the Honorable W I" Bl *Nn IN, 1 "ounty Judge ..i I lade I % %  mtj. fui approval of mid final rei„.i t .mil for final dl* hat Be -i .iioiami Executrix of the Eatate ..f JACK M BRAHAMS, de, eaaed Thl -"•'h daj -f ('. ("'" r, 19 .1 MARY l: BRAHAMS ind KM-, ui 11\ BERICK, SHAPIRO ,vFRIED Attornevii for Curator and Executrix 10 ::• : 1 '• 13-11 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Ti 1 ALL Ti 1 WHi i.M THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, ORKETINiiS: H'heieaa, THERRIEN A HEYMOCR, MIAMI. I I.ORIDA BETTY I .-I:Y\|(HK. MIAMI. I Lt'RlH EDWIN ICARR, MIA.MI. 1 i.< %  :: 11\ BERTHA M. CARR, MIAMI. CLORIDA • lid on the ,th day ,,f September, A.D "•',:., .1 II-,to be in. 01 poi ate 1 undei the |inn iaiona nf 1 'hiiptei MX, I loi Ida Statutes, MARINE ELECTRONICH I:I.SI:AI:CII CORPORATION poratioii. wiih its principal pin. • of bualneaa nl North Miami, Dade County, in the State of I lorida, and hen ns the proper officers of auch corporation did on the 1Mb dn> of I k-tobe A li 1964, 1.ui-,t.. be filed In the office ol the s. H rotary of State of the State of Florida, %  dul> authenl .' %  1, s olution adopted by the utockholder* under the provlalona of aald Chapter (08, Florida Statute*, nhowlni Ihi .1 -solution of aucb corporation, .\'..\i. therefore, the Secretary* "'* State doea herebj eertlfj to the foren.1 thai be 1aatlafled that the requlrementK of la** bave been roin.... 1 with IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto eel ms hand and have affixed the rjreai Seal of the State of Florida, .it Tallabaaaee, the 1 "apil il, this th,Klcht.-iiih da) •• 1 1. i,.i„.,. A 11 1951. K A. CP.AY. P--. retarj of State, ISEAL) I" '_"i .".4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY mvi the underalgned, dealrlng to enfaare In bualneee 1 11 let Ihe flctltloua n ime of M ,v \S r \\ ERN, .11 13304 N XV'. Ttli Avenue. Miami Dade •County, Florida mi. mit,, regiati 1 -.ml name id the Clerk of the Circuit Court "I Dade i 'ount]. FI01 i 1 .1. it HERZtai WINIFRED HERZOO HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Appllcanti %  y.]\ w Flatler st Miami. I I 1 I" 39 — 11 S-13-19 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED F,le 51646 Noil.,ihereby irlven that NATHANIEL W SIEOEL, I aaaignee ol Cltj of South Miami Tax sal,certificate Numbered ".. dated the 2nd da.i ••( June, A.D 19 haa fill .1 aald 1 vi tin. .,! % %  in mj offlci and ii„s made application foi tax deed to i--H thereon in accordance with law Slid Certificate embracen the following ,', %  -, i ibed 111 ty, i i ted In I-.I.I County, Florida, to-wlt: i: 'II ft of I"" v inn In si: 1 'or •f \ 399 ft ol w ol w. 1 ,.: vw, ,.r si-: 1 1., n R W, Section S.1, Tnwnahlp % %  South. Rnnge 10 Eaat, 1 nntalnln 1 \,i>11 1 .-11 t ii en of South Miami 1 'ounl 1 ul 1 >ade, State nf II 1 Id • The .1 --.---in, m .i 1 1 under tne I >t llflcati aam .1 Ihe name ol ISCS DONALDSON I'nI C( l( emi .1 Ing :>. law, t.i\ deed II -.thereon on the l-t daj of December, A 11 I lated tin:''.tli da) of I bei. AD. "i'. 1 1: B LBATHERMAN. 1 I, rk of ('ir, ul Court. 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PAGE 6 B Jei*tncrA&*n IRlDA^OCTo^ 29. Extract Of Rabbi Irving Lehrnian Remarks On Communi* (EDITORS NOTE: Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. addressed the Civic League of Miami Beach OB September 20 Theme of Rabbi Lehrman's talk in the Hickorv House was "Methods of Combat ing Communism The spiritual leader has lectured and written extensively on this subject The Jewish Flondian herewith publishes excerpts il Rabbi Lehrman's remarkWhen the architects [ the Russian revolution out their communist state th. Ct was to declare w BT MI n ligi r. and actually the) their Lrn How D u d • n %  ..--. %  • nent. with a ,. ted man in %  humai %  P,r by thi a tyrai • -hip with thlivid \mern the im %  • in the [ religion II ed in the heritage of the JudeoChrtJtian tradition which teaches the Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of man. which preach tl equal justice for all and the p| of brotherhood athe most potent force in the achievement of human progress \ wonder then that we find a I divided into two hostile mps or. ti. coman, t>r..i. n the othei Dei • ibver %  *" %  **• morale 0 fT,w People i ha,, „.',** %  American P-,. p ,e w.'^* have learned thrown i-J how to hve togetbL*Hi r h,r *fi£i EL 1 *v£3 united A;,,. ,npe ople _^ ,hl "l %  American fL nd camaraderie .w\, Communi.T. .71 menting uni .yj ing -. cion. b) in ymg group ( : again-' i let then, our tirsi with thi .' acy III \ • .. t bet.k ing of coi Ii nee and good %  within the America ; a strengtl wav of life 1(1 llr %  greaternsto the call of the churth mti ogue Thp most pat,*, pon against i mnrai devotioi : j. ouj fy and rnon .. .-• of th' tpiritaall Americai Food Fair Makes 75-Pint Blood Gift To Mount Sinai; Deposits Reach 592 which eventual!) • d to in in this 'I orcani/a I km i ii dubs. nd institutions which now i %  %  blood bu k il Ml Sinai Hospital an Burdine's Department Ston '. • \ %  :.• Knighti Fn the Algiers Saxony, and %  • %  when Sai Sou Hotels l.udman Steel. Since 11 ord: 12 pin) Florida Pow r I i South Miami Beach N lonal Brands. Tav lor Co Hotel Greet \ I iUllll l>f Vanet \ %  • Hil cui M.-onic Hospital execut.ve ci;rec%  resents a I Fail Stores. .od Fcir ft is Dr. Marcus B. Cirlin ch ma: e. Looking c i Dr. Bervamin r ? rector oi the Gre Mi Romney Heads GMJCC Activities at North Dade : : i • • f ih• at r the A| as staff ad sort thi Young Ireater • ng adult organiza%  throughout Dade County Romnev i nei to Miami Br-ickton. Mas-, where her of youth activities w.'h th-YMHA He iate I with the Brockton Y for th< pa-t three sears A graduate of Syracuse University, he later received hiMater degree in social group wort t' Boston L'niversitv In previous years, he tn active%  ; I I TV Technicians i n 123 "' S • rson all Food ble t.i partO the n when he is on KMM other •i em Private bank b> I tuition on Bank in the cheek" which revi iled I Hospiul %  k officials in %  that < %  • plo; : r I Fair • .1 ,, total f the 5U2 dm %  nplori • M I donDa VK: : o scone j hit with local thea-.-e 3B( hi | "Brock being more Playhouse .-| rent!-. rate Roorr.s The I ccmeci. Fair • lt—tmri tommey elude a p ithletk direc tor at tamp Tevya and camp di Rev. Ullrich to Speak At North Shore Function Mrs i heard I who I Israel and the Middle East „represent I of the American < hni %  "• e. will %  th SI / %  .. |. %  I Mn don I elchuk of I I llrich who u th,spiritual ot the Robertson Men I Reformed Coi """• "•'• ndre i ov. i his return from i-r.,.-! rhe with the Br.K-kto,, v dav u -'" n ill take place on Wednea daj rnaht No> 3. at the North -•shore Jewish 'enter the i %  re .. ,.rs u it llr < irlin at .. meeting of the blixnl bank i in former were required to go long distances to 'he hospital itself Now th up quick the northernmost boundaries of our county, in the western suburbs or %  fsscssrat tfea ion dema nation of Wood Iit, t single act of ..i. perform for his fellow man and Food Fair em !• commended for their imsoifiah co,.pration in making avsilablo to indigent persons their most recent gift camp Professionally. Romnev is jifu lated with the National Association of Jewish (enter Workers Amer S A Goodman a past chairman ofUKGreatci Miami Zionisi Youth ( ommissinn and for mmi --iciated with the Inter-Colleg,can Association of Group Vorfcactive in all pbaaasof Zwoul ril iate Zionist Federation of America f and the American Camping As m this r,,mm„„,. ,, and Hi.le, Foundation. „,s many sociation. He and his wife. Lanor. \ Z> 27"*\T T" years of camping experience innow hvp in Ul:irn \ mmm work ,or T *tures Heath Branch Of i i Greater M i : Cent-' : I ; third i Th. V first hall right end I it 6 II : %  in the II Heclr %  r 3 • %  Bother ., •rrTll Bob I make thi 14 Mike G maketh In the %  ; %  • • ^^l beat Sab! I *? 50 yard B I Ben Leav.tt pass r.ar the %  1 first half The o hi *fTi edge Reb,,B I *% *came in the peni "J_ ; Alan Wolk lagged Ed *^ \ hind the goal Usw <~ vl,4IS* Late in the game. *< %  ithe clincher aht" 'end for 15 >ards to esd I



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loCTOBEim_lg54_ *J§MIkxJdlkin PAGE 7 B U Seefcs Emergency 50 Million NATI — The wind-up p I thc United Jewish Ap-' 54 nationwide campaign r ,.,l in la>t weekend as 750 dc-leRates reprcsent, iK n units in all parts of L took part in the UJA's t National Report Conferee Npthcrland Plaza Ho, C celerate the drive to JOO.000 in cash before the L.i uric adopted. SamItaroffchairman of the cabinet, disclosed that jjews in the Near East, Morocco and Tunisia, In-at need. pni figures in American lj, public affairs, among lator Estes Kefauver of I Labor Minister |erson Congressman Ja> | v „. ol New York and Is lassador Abba S. Bban, I he conferees in sosi, an with a meetAppeal's top-level Na%  opaign cabinet. |, some of them repilic largest L'JA-affiliat-1 Ijn (he country, had been %  bring community checks Series Scheduled ^centenary cMinIII a series of lee Itin Tercentenary of JewIm-nt in the United States liven by Louis Lasavin, nf |he Workmen Circle fe.|j SW 3rd st., on Tue.v In Nm 2. 8:30 p.m. I : be continued on | iys at the s a m e |v 2 I' cture will include ieryl Morrison Horn itivi poem, "Ken\ Schwartz. Hosts I re Mr and Mrs E 0 P E N S Ida/, October 28th ed on his recent visit to Kurope and Israel. while Congressman Javits, speaking at a session Sunday morning, discussed the need for continued aid to Israel. Ambassador Eban. also recently returned Irom Israel, Mrs. Myerson. a founder of the new State, I and I)r Goldmann, all of whom ad dressed the conference Saturday! evening, reported on the new! refugee problems confronting Israel as a result of the increasing Jewish immigration from North Africa. Since Aug. 1, the UJA has' helped close to 4.000 North Afri-' can Jews emigrate to the new' State. Mr. Warburg, the Appeals general chairman, who presided, reported on the progress oi the special loan which the UJA has been raising since Jan, 1 alongside its regular fund campaign. The I loan, being conducted entirely in with them to help meet the Apbehalf of the Jewish Agency for peal's present urgent requirement Palestine, the UJA's principal benfor $50,000,000 in cash The cash j eficiary in Israel, has already raisfund is being sought to cope with „ ^ (>[ S6300000Q an „ has a growing refugee emergency in Vizcaya Rates Baduced Shaxmq Art We*k Dude County residents and. visitors will have an opportunity to visit Vizcaya, Dade County Art Museum, at radically reduced rates for one week starting Sunday. The regular admission charge of $1.75 will be dropped to one dollar for adults and 50 cents for children from Oct. 31 through Nov. 7. The lowered rates have been authorized by the Dade County Commission in recognition of American Art Week sponsored throughout the nation by the American Artists Professional League. Twenty rooms containing rare European art treasures will be open to the public in the great house, which overlooks Biscayne Bay at 3251 South Miami ave. The $13,000,000 estate includes 10 acres of formal gardens with many fountains, pools and statuary, and 20 acres of subtropical woodlands. LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES 2J02 N.E. Znd AVE. Phone 3-7791 zNorth Africa, where 30,000 Jews have appealed to agencies of the I'.IA for switt help m emigrating to Israel. Dollars are needed in addition to provide winter welfare aid for 90.000 recent immigrant newcomers to Israel. Senator Kefamcr. who addressed the final session of the Conference Sunday aften n report North Dade Dance Due Sisterhood of the North Dade JewLsh tenter will have a Hallowe'en barn dance on Saturday, Ocl 30, 9 p.m., at the (enter Authentichill billy music will be furnished i>> the Walter Johnson Family String Hand I hairinan ol (he atla'.r is Mr Prank Hackmi yer had the effect of considerably stabilizing Israel's nionetars situation. 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T +Jmistncrk*wi FRIDAY *** %  University Orchestra to Open Season Sunday Evening ,rv> % %  d 1 1. l IT a a %  %  %  %  %  %  w • • • • %  w%  • • i9:M%  btjLEAH LEONARD %  • • • Oc-oc*MM:., Relish r .. | rl 5-: *d Gr**" P*op-i %  rasl pen B the I %  %  %  .* i • %  %  .--..-, • rreveal "A" hen lb* %  seed Waft Bader c d r. and let dr. HmrtH HiruHitH Mr T rWT—I M v Mr %  '.I M-M •• %  M Hn Mr H • >: Mr >rxl \4..-I M-VI rLS) nrt MrLeap! M !. Mrv.1 Hn Mi*ir. %  Ma A MM i Mr' I • • M H I* >[r.. Mr • -.inr-ur. MM si4 Mr. Mr. S T.-Mr n.i Mr" Hn Mr r,-! • I ..1.VD 5 Lit **** •tol II H H M Red Cross Member Knrollment Slated Anruai enrollment of member* ic the American Junior Red Cross TJJ^, will be held Nov 1 to 15 in elemen tar> and secondary schools, of Dade : M Ml public private and parochial schools hare been invited to participate, according to Paul ~;' %  en, Miami distnct manag er (or Southern BeJI Telephone %  Bj and v.iucteer ehaurnan jr...* Red i ro** the endorsement of W R %  t : = -:-? %  I I i S--N S EtT8M Hirschfield Runs In Surfside Race Bm I of 9040 Ba> %  Bart : rmed bv So-nanager Fred Thornasuperintendent of public -^ction. and principals of the goal will be 100 per\" %  I in all ach>W -qual or better la>* *hen 90 407 tuden' ere enrolled. Mc -•eclared ior Red Cross activities are • d ar.d are designed to help rea develop into good ci' Mc andless pouted out The '.' r Red Cross program includeservice to children overseas, to hoss-r> pitalixed veterans to servicemen. and to adults in local institution* w o S o;s£ EL|l • ..__-_ %  ..,%  %  ;--.-.--v ..', Bovca pen -pooca: a to a quick botl Place the him i Sort : prepared broiled pepperir. a gla— peci-. el N .' be t h opped cacumber :*T or crock and cover *:•hot all and let stand in vinegar sotation Let • • venuglr Sait the aifht at leat I meats raalai nad if that is *ed poultry or cold when .^refereace. and let it stand "".id Keeps about 10 days to 2 place. Dn •-• • -Krwilev Green Peapcn -T— /W the : %  Smct Rarsehf thr p • heart* -1 nre eaUed %  •he pep: H.rata • rareivedtl i side OVH \men-,!. Lodge a Knd Degree V %  -• -rr.*.~ Kr-• mng aad >e -aired wash under runnini: and let ice pepper ng iae diced fine or cut in whoat space Combine the : up of olive c. .h Vipo a ai leaoa juice or J dark .bu> ,. r "amber of mt Tem j the >ar lighth chill before Jevue *** !" -Tth Salmon tuna or of ,h, ,„, Su %  *• %  -" timist Club ^^ 1 I dash of I • •• %  n Taai -: aid cam J-pouad baaf choppar bJaoda h •acaoninq* and %  w r '— Nex' !.**[ Cqpadri ffiects wfQ) where BM specially praparad baaf • ba ^n Th;* unponont procaaa is raepooaibsa icr ^fJ malched taate aad quality in dafac u* e c*' a f* 0 ^^



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r~OCTOBER 29, 1954 +Jewisti ihrkMan JGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE 9 B IMIAMI JEWISH CENTER priday evening services %  n, Late services follow il | ducted by the Cta under the direction m | TlK Rabbi Alfred Wax„h mi the topic: [_,. Righteous in His QtmShabbat lollowing .. ted by Mrs. Helen Saturday morning |j, r ,. ,,I ii a.m., with Rabbi issing the Weekly %  Junior services at 11 a.m. Inducted by Jack Katzker. i 5 30 p in. [DAVID SYNAGOGUE will t,j, evening services at L iturday morning servI in with Jerome B. %  officiating. Sunday servLH a MI with daily serv,. lor 7:30 a.m. and IJACOB CONGREGATION Fndaj evening services with Rabbi Akivah i Saturday morning |, > y. M) a.m. Stephen, and Mrs Howard Holtzi Bar Mitzvah. RabI ddress the confirm1 HI Weingarten will Y ii al portions of the y is at 5:15 p.m., fol Seudos. Rabbi the Weekly ForL CONGREGATION will (Mini::: services at morning iervin Rabbi ShmarI ill officiate and i me: "Making of Human Rainbow, Class ial 4 p m Mincha will :> : bj Shalos Seudos. thel l.utman will render ^ai portions of the liturgy. TFILAH CONGREGAhold Friday evening [at 5 45 p.m. Saturday pervices are at 8:30 a.m. eph Hackovsky will officireach on the Weekly Por1:30 p m., the Rabbi will delinquency." Mincha is followed by Shalos Seui. concludes the Sabbath al ii 1)0 p.m. Daily servt 7 3(J a.m. and 5:30 p.m. kTH ISRAEL HEBREW TE will hold Friday eveal 5:30 p.m. Satur|i services are at 9 a.m., I I.IC Ever officiating I on Ihe topic: "The II Kiddush will total 5 p.m.. followed ~> lidos, Kmanuel Lebohost. Daily services |; and 5:45 p.m., with t cea at 9 and 5:45. TOWN SYNAGOGUE will evening services at Saturday morning servt 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Arie III officiate and preach on r'l.ife's Holiest Purpxse." nlmud will precede the 8 am. Class in Bible is tor 5 p.m., followed by id Shalos Seudos. Mr. and pammer will be hosts. ices are at 7 a.m. and GABLES JEWISH CENP> 'Id Friday evening servf3 l>ni. with Rabbi Moruficiating. Subject of his !• scheduled as: "Jews. lews." Saturday morning b-e at 9:45 a.m. Cantor kbinson will render the "itions of the liturgy. >P Will discuss: "Noah % "iis Man." Howard CanP Mr and Mrs. Saul Cany liar Mitzvah is .schedP"v 4, will officiate at fi the junior congregaJR GRANADA JEWISH PTY CENTER will hold piling services at 5:30 Rev. Leo Heim officiat) morning services are "hen Rev. Heim will discuss tb" Weekly Portion, Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m followed by Maariv. Weekly services arc held in the chapel. • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening service;,t 5:ig p.m. Late services will begin at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morion Ms lavsky officiating and discussing: "How Worthwhile iLife Oneg Shabbat following will be under the sponsorship of Charles Fidelman, president. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rab bi Malavsky discussing the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the liturgy. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Sen dos. • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening §ervices at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:45 a.m. Rabbi May er Abramowitz will officiate and discuss the Weekly Portion Cantor Edward Klein will chant the liturgy. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:45 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.. with Sunday morning services at 8:30. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narol officiating. More than 100 new members will be welcomed Sisterhood will sponsor a reception in their honor following services. Subicci of Rabbi Narot's sermon is scheduled as: "The Tercentenary on the National Scene TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services al 5:45 p m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Henry Wernick will officiate in the absence of Rabbi Irving Lehrman and discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridayevening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Malcolm Sparer officiating. Members of the congregation will participate in the liturgical readings. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with junior services scheduled at 10. Rabbi Sparer will preach on the topic: "The Wash ing Marhine Age in Relation to Family Life." • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Fnda> evening services al B:80 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. Subject of his discourse is: The Leaders <>f Our Generation Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. • • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Class in Bible will be held at 4:30 p.m., followed by Mincha at 5:30. Shalos Seudos and Maariv at 6:10 p.m.. will conclude the Sabbath observance. • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be Sylvan Lebow. executive director of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods. Honored will be visiting delegates to the first annual convention of Temple Men s Clubs in the Southeast which opens Saturday evening. Oct. 30. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sater, and Steven Jay, son of Mrs. Mae Pavlow, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services al 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning MTV 'cos are at 9 a.m. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitl Will officiate and preach <>n the Weekly Portion. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services al 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Herson will officiate and preach on the topic "God's Secrel Melody %  cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portion-, of jthe liturgy A,, Oneg Shabbat will follow, with a -surprise' feature scheduled. Saturday morning services are ai n ,, m. Sermon topic Is: "The Rainbow." • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and discussing: "George Washington and the Jews." Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assisted by the choir under the direction of Lucille Moore. Saturday morning services are at 9 am. when Rabbi Okolica will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 7:15 am. and 7:15 p.m. • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating and preaching on the topic: "The Meaning of the Rainbow." Cantor Joseph W. Malek and Ihe Temple Choir, under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman, will chant the musical portions of the liturgy Services will be dedicated to the Bar Mitzvah of Melvyn Greene, son ol Mr, and Mrs. Fred P, Greene, scheduled for Saturday morning al i a.m. A reception will follow l>r (lenient Geronemus, president, will present the Bar Mitzvah with a Bible. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:20 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Ale.xandi r (iross will speak on the topic: "The Tower of Babel in Modern Times." Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday services will be at 8 a.m. Daily services are scheduled for 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. • 4 KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Jonah Caplan officiating and discussing: "Man Builds His Own World." Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portions of the liturgy and conduct a class in Bible at 4:30 p.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Accept Chairmanships For Palsy Tag Day Mrs Herbert C. Modes, ol Miami, and Mrs Jerome Rubin, of Miami Beach, have accepted chairman ships of the Women's Division of the 1954 Tag Day Campaign of the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Miami, it was announced this week by Mrs. Harold Finn and Mrs. Bernard Deutsch, of Miami and Miami Beach, respectively. "Because Cerebral Palsy is an enemy which strikes directly at families and homes, and could blight the life of anyone of any age, this campaign is of prime importance to women—the mothers and wives whose daily lives are so constantly and inseparably interwoven with those affected by the condition," they said. "The fact that every year 10,000 babies are born cerebral palsied is a vital concern of every woman, and their maternal instincts of protection and devotion are compelling influences for attracting the support of all women in the Tag Day to be held throughout Dade County on Monday, Nov. 8." Course in Hebrew Course in conversational Hebrew, sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. will be given Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, in the card room of the Promenade Hotel on Tuesday, NJoi 2, 10 a.m. Mrs. Oscar Sindell, | coordinator of education, and Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, co-chairman, [ are in charge of registration. 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PAGE 10 B lfutncrM**r DONOR PLEDGE FULFILLED! QUICKLY PLEASANTLY INTERESTINGLY WrHe: THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN P. 0. BOX 2973. MIAMI 18 FLORIDA G l A CC FOR EVERY PURPOSE L A J J STORE HOKT nn ... r:oon *LASS IJ. U. Gteaa and Mirror Wtrk* :36 s.v H ?• mom : mi •ur M IAMI TITLC & utstract Co. u TEAM ~r mu SCBTICZ :> DAM COWffl ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TTOE WSOBAWCi • tw --: i : t t*>r •> "• -. .-. -i C •-I. -. 1 %  • • %  i ; :.-•* sj.v .v.* .4 SHCBILANTJ ARCAI 7'-:rvr = : %  %: A HoM-OwMd iMttartiM wilt • TWO-KHD PWPOSE... V PROMOTION OF THRIFT YOUR SAVINGS -?•* tINSURED •.s : ::; c. •-• r *;-- s>-; *" = •_•-:• Corporal .-a-; EARN %  -:; •:• i • fa* .:. a • •-* ...... .... .: 3.. ... ,..__ Cc-s. .1 --*-*• f.;. = aN IUY. •UILO. REFINANCE. REPAIR at REMODEL %  •:-* v c ana ; t-c :--.-* >fl service a* LOW COST. EASY MONTHLY PAYMfNT HOME LOANS. Itaaa < .c oC*e*w*! N.ar.' -I (~Mtvii>tt Off iff to Serre YOH Mttm • • • *-" *• ••• S*- •••1 • • Judaism and Friendly CuriosK B, RABBI SAMUEL *. SILVER .but Judaism run, high amor .. N n Rahh.. an. etated with J % %  •"•• kef, I > ,r. group, (or talk* • Jewish practices, beliefs ed celebraj n j^ hriatlAB euriosttjF about Juda.,m has prodded mar> JewI to learn ut '.heir : -p,,. ,, u after an .xp-.Mtion on • ••-.;:-. -r.unif.-t.. • • % %  aboU jew, haw RMM than an ink t frrquent;> the information ia ,n enough to constitute Pn ; • • —rbled f-ct, • JewWith regard lo I Holidays, thii Ifca D| o( Juda.-m ked at> %  : R %  cal t varied %  thr e ?aroed leeinnmi: %  %  Koak %  Kip%  Frequf: re Mked whj thf 1 are • rr e ha%r d:fficar! qae%  \ • U %  • hen • %  %  1 • ... 1 • I the -.ch therr | rait] aajM -er to be k.*•.-.• >aofar contain* an BBVaftai I mam I r tlw \>r*uppers and lor al! of mankind a aB In ane*ct times the ram > bom •. r•:> •iimcnt. u*i o call treop* to bale If t.da it i> emptored ao( to WUWB people la bloodAed but to peenenee that mb*Jue. the hope af the Jew that aU aartial de\ice> fa) t turned over to moral a>mrvfP. %  iKr prophei sm^kt about the conterol snmrd> in(Mbaa. e are Queried about the treetan*. %  a* bMrah I a :^ f n for granted br ma. Ikat the wrd J mean happy ne >ear artuairy. the term mean, for a GOOD \^ T The wuk is fa^d on etaatar akaart the Higl notion that HM wh,th Mtt2 ^uceeed.ng year (he ,-.., ^ Jl Mt can reveur th. ., r.hipp., J*" >truction. or. in th f !" "' Prayer. chant> jr | ... ^, decree Thr fu. r *t.ivah tikasa>% | „ -iKjw^H may you be Written down for .'JT fact that Jew. w • ^1 lather than a hap: Jch,, distinction batan HaA on the fir*t al Tbhl New' • :r> the night tx-f High H.l> Daya, %  tht ariewB taak af M.UI and trying I v made toward, aaii to their full ad\. -good" year ind;. ..^J -ibilit> of imp: There are trequ> H ^ on Yom Kippur j^ .vrry religion th. p^^ K:ppur f<-! • Tl the Talmud t %  %  %  tices Now we providing u%  •many p*-oplc. ..f a: %  I • • But the to be \iewed ir • link it with • FJJUJ .. aafa| %  1 n ". ** %  • tended to undeoc i characv nsl .' be to gi • the highest value :jct. th. I ahich b charaetc. %  %  rounded life i 'me < from one mood I • tag • B*cau>e the K X • from *w1 tlid t*A 1 1 wa> that th %  eaew lor nal acter made under %  cn*rie, I Tjabhil coaaaderataoas wh;<* •**] en so very aoaalar that a em**"! the rukeboaes-tn sanguia'? prW** 1 These are bat a few of m* ** %  askad aboot the high bjljiiTl *' • i ml fwl that the nme anil • .-• wdl he an expert on :h* --** 1 day. RESOURCES EXCEED 43 aULLtOM DOLLARS RESERVES EXCEED 4 MJCLKX DOLLARS SUNtWMK HEALTH RESOwT Miami CosTaaaacaaat LCO ALLCH n %M a *•*• -yOllatppT-^ ^ S*^ D t Str^. M MS



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[OCTOBER 29. 1954 LEGAL NOTICE L NOER FICTITIOUS JS11&k6?**rm tiui %  flmi i, ii M. ii..a | street, Mli ,mi with in I of I'ml' i>|i ;\AI'I • I: i: .•mi "piciNAI-oHK, Hli Wife i,i. .1 %  I"' 1 ,VY I I.OUKNTINK ..ml ,., HKKNTINK. HI Wlf. r^M.xN .v KAI'l.AN 1 I I LEGAL NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS IIKKKHV OIV'KN tli;it i Ins i" encage In Li,., ih. n. titloUK II. mi.of l\M Ml \N HOTEL, .ii 18801 I' |i I 'ountj. I'la 1.1 iiailiiwith th' HI Courl "f I'ail. II lila i, i.irrKit [,V oK ISAHORE LIFTER |.\ I I.IFTBR e UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS MKREHT GIVEN Hull %  gni'ii '!• -" Ini to encage In pilrl fictitious name of >i: II %  Mil. CASUAL, in •ii. mis to register Kith !,,. Clerk i.f the Clrtle i'"iintv, I'll.ri of N % %  r, I9M, i arm apply ... the n..„,., able H FRANK BLANTO.N .In. IK.of Dade I 'ount) I li>i ,|., ,,, approval of said final i rpoi I and fm i.n.il diacharce of MoKKIS HoliN anil CLARA HORN, s Kxei .to,. ,,r ,|„. of NATHAN HORN d. Phil • %  tii day of i irtobei, % %  .1 MORRIS ll'i||\ KOVNER *. MANNHKIMK.lt Attorney! f..r i .. %  J2-29 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY t'.IVKN thai Hi.uiiiii'isigned, desiring to engs bueinens undei tinfiinij..ii. name nf HT TE I'lVK AND TEN CEN I' STORE, al L'.u s W MI, HI Ml i. Intends to reglnter said name with u Clerk ..I the Circuit Court i 'mints Kim lila BENJAMIN >\ WEINSTE1N, WE1NSTKIN • WEINHTEIN Attorneys for Aaplli snl <20 I.,ii. ..In Koail 1" 8-13-22-29 li.nl. ROHM E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS IIKREBY OIVEN thai Ins to .in:.if in Indi ihe flciitlou* name of Hi IMKS. 1(1 Qlralda Ave Flu Intend !•• register • : i '|el k of the I'II l i.i.i, i ..nil i. I lorlda. Il \ i:i. ii ILLAROLLBTTA [i:i,i:s TEMLAK I! I.KVINK %  |E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IHEREBY fJIVEN thai %  i ins to engage In pri Ir Ihi i let il ions ii^iiii* of I HKAI iM EAR. il 1451 N W. i ... Ida, Intendi to • th the Clerk of i '.ni. i 'ount). kit, IM*. nole S MANDLER A .if hi, a HT"! Ids o ner E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW REBY CIIVEN 'I. .1 rlns to engage : HiliiUf name iN -I;I:VII'K STATION. A y %  .. !, ... \iia tin. i-'i.i ii name lih it.|t • i '"in i ,,f I I.I.I.NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP The partnership consisting of Leo Lichtman snd Batty and Bam Kaaper, doing iiiiNineaa Flamingo Dress Shop, MI Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, hat been dlasolved snd the aforesaid Betty and Bam Kasper are no longer connected with the business snd will noi be responsible for any debts Incurred bj Bald company sftei October lath. : l i 10 tl il NOTICE UNOIR FICTITIOUS .,., NAME LAW ,,^""; %  '' HEREBY IIIV'BN thai ige n I.I S I l> -. | \\ | |rt B _i BI :•!:;;„, ,':\!:/ -• %  >• %  "cw.Bi.W m '" ,: • 11 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 Fil e A-18585 \"TI' K is HEREBY OIVEN thai HEYMOl-H. ZllKER. hol.lel ol Kits of North Ml iml It, T %  Kali '"Irate No || ,| ih,, U| d(1 ,,, v igust A H 1952. hat filed In my offli .-. and nan madi application '"' ," las i i" i„ laaue I il n s .ilili, .,,,. ,,.,,,,. u „. following (Ii %  Its ,1 prtipert) in ilir IViunty "i Dade, Stale ol hlorlds, lo-wll Lol ', Bit* :. Mi Kulfoi .1 B) The Sea s.. K Plal Hook 10, Page In the i'Ii, ,,r North Miami lleai ii. Count) "f Dade, State of Kloi Itls Tii' %  i nl "f ssld property under the utld certificate wan In the me oti KAML'EL M. NOECKER, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M.TIITS ,b MKHKHT WVKN ,!„,, he underslgfleO*. aertrfng [ii engage In II huaineHg under the fictitious nami of UU1CK LI'NCH, al 17 N W, Kli -i Street, Miami. Intends i" reglal name uiih the i'l,ik .,r the Circuit i "in i ,.i i >adi i "ounl hlorlda I-KI.HIAMI RIVERA (aol owner) HENRY M CAIN Attttrne) for Applicant i W. F1 iglei HI Miami 10/X-IS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY rilVEN thai Hi.mill, i SIL-II. ,i. desiring i" engage In business under the flctltloui nun,of ALIESS DISTRIHI'TORS, SI 1811 s \\ JI-I Tei rai •. Intend i" i • %  a Id name uli the Clerk of thi (' cull Court "i l lade Count}. Florida. EDWARD Al.l'Kl: QEOROE .1 .1 ESSEL 10/8.15NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ..vwriTi: is nt*l.-:nj-":ivi:.\ that i he imif, i algnea, desiring to ens %  under i he fli i it i<. is name of BRl IWNSVILLE I iRI I; BTI IRE, at 1836 N W :TI I, Ave Intenda to %  I,I aald name with the Clerk "i the iii. mi Courl of I lade I "o ml •. Kloi Ida. WARREN W. WELTERS boli • iwner ROBERT M ni'.i.lll. Attorney for Applicant fteybold HIIIK. 1(1 li-22-29 TR Illl'Sdeemed I certificate shall I... reirding to law, the property described herein mil be sold to th. highest bidder at the Court House door no the first Mondn) in the month of December, 1954, which i.the 8th daj of I ember, 1954, Dated tiiisi jii'i, ,|., v ,,, October, 1954 i: Il LEATHERMAN, 1 iei k of i'iri nit Court. I '.nl.i 'ounts Rorlda Bj X %  BTRRRETT, II Ircult i 'mn t Heal i I lepul > I ierk 10/21 11/5.12-in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai th.undersigned, desiring i" engage In business under the fictitious name "i % %  Oil r at 1417 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend i" register the sai,i n.mi.with the Clerk "f the 'ir. int Court •>( Dade County, Florida Hated al Miami Beach, Florida, this llili Da) "f October, 1954. LEO OELBER EDITH T BCHWITZMAN in 15 :.':'-•-•:• n ". -I"\ BALABAN UNDER FICTITIOUS h LAW Kl BY OIVEN thai gage in lln iname pf KVICE ST \Th IN, It il ml la a. Ii. l-'l"i Maid name with t '"in t nf l lads : v OOI.1 i.M \N HOLDMAN II B< a. Ii. l-'la. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKHKKV 0IVF:N that the undersigned, desiring i" engage In business under the fictitious name "I i ORAL (JABI.ES SI 'HI 'I. SI I'I'I.V. at 158 Mlnon a Avenue, Coral Cabli Intends to res itet said ni with the Clerk of Hi.' 'In ull Coui i of I lade %  'ount) r*loi ill i I'lill.ll' SI'KROW, I SIDNEY I:I-'I:IIN'SI.\ Attorney f"r Applicant 7": Bin syne Bldg. I" I 1-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhal the undersigned, desiring %  •> engage In undei the fictitious n SCREWBALL BAR ACLUB, al 2200 .N.u. 27th Avenue, Intenda to register nairie with the Clark "f the i irriiit Court "t Dade County, Florida. MORRIS BAIN ROBERT M. DEEHL Attorney for Applicant 905 Beybold lililit. 1 • 1-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring i" ens business under the flctltloui nai f .11 I.AM-: OUT SHOP, at 1783 Bl a) ne Blvd intend to register said [name with the Clerk of ii"Circuit I Court of Dade County, Florida .ii'i.i-: o. iow11 JAM-; o. HOLMES KESKLER r OARS Attorneys for Applicants ITS^' W. Plagler St. in 8-15-22-29 K'RCUIT COURT OF THE : > l C I AL CIRCUIT IN OADE COUNTY. FLOR|C • SCE RY. No. 173519 |i ,l> -I.I:. Plaintiff, k'NER, Defendanl BY PUBLICATION I KNER \ I el Nev, York %  .| I -I I.. s,.| \ .lo ih.Bill of i a nun Allot ne) .. in I Answ > r in Ihe I'l N "1 this I '"111 I "11 Ih day "f Novembar %  he Complaint fr filed sgalnst you %  nfeaaed i'^ you. Miami, Florida. HIIN I9tli %  i: i'. U) sdi • i 11 LEATHERMAN. k, Circuit Court of Ii County, Florida JOAN CiHIIN'iiYI Deputy Clei k I'SS "f It i: nip IIII. \ > 1 INS %  RuHdlng i 12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1/3092 JKSSIE \\ ll.si >N, Plaintiff \ s. KFJNNETH Ri'Y WILSON, Defendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in KENNETH ROY WILSON Address unknown YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED In set %• %  a copy "i roui snswei i" the complaint for li \ filed hi rein on plaintiff* attorney, RICH tRD KRIEOBR FINK, 112 Congress BulldMlnml, Florida, and t" file the ni Iglnal In 'in offl f Ihe Clerk "i the above Court on "i oi fon I he Ith • Novembi r, 19 i ol hi i Ise a • iii be enti > • 'I agii Insl you. DATED; 'Ins mi da) ol October, K II LEATHKRM \N. Clerk Bj i. SNEF:DEN, Deput) Clerk |0'8-15 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33570 In It.ESTATE i IK JENNIE SI I Kit.MAN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! ami All Persons Having Clal Demands Against Said l-M.it. You, snd ,.i,h of ion are hereby notified ami required t" present any • %  l.thus ami demands which you, or either "( you, ma> hsv< against the estate "f JENNIE SHKRMAN, rte. is. ,i late of I lade < 'ount] Florida, t" the Honorable Count> Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the Count} Courthouse in bade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date "f ihe first publication hereof. Said claims • a demands t" contain thi legal sdof ihe .-I.i MI i. IIT ami ii. ie irworn to and presented ii* aforesaid, "i same w ill be barred Set Sei I Ion 7:: It oi ih,1945 I'i'.li.it.A.i Dati k'tober 25, A I • I9S4 El'OENE I WEISS \ Adm n HI rat or of Ihe JENNIE SHERMAN, I i ,-.! s,..| I" :".• —11/5.12 • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 33505-B In Re: ESTATE OF SARAH MAIti'I's', a/k/a SALLY MARCl'S, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AM Creditor! and All Parsons llavlnK claims i.i Demands AaTalnst Bald %  state. You, nnd each of yon, are hereby notified and required to present any claims ami demands which you, or either of you, may have .-iKainsi the %  state of SAHAII MARCUS a k s BALLY MARCUS, deceased late "> Dade •' ity, Florida, to the Hon. FTIANK B DOWLINO. County Judge of Dade County, snd file the same in his nffi,-.iii th,County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within .-icht calendar months from the dale of tinfirst publication hereof. Said claims or demands t" contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will l„. barred See Section 120 of the 192.1 Probate Act. Hate August 24, A.D. 1954. JULIA WALLER As Administratrix of the Estate of SARAH MARCUS a/k a SALLY MARCUS, Deceased. STANLEY CAIDIN Attorne) for Administratrix in B.15-22-29 ItiRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY. FLOR[CHANCERY. No. 173553 Hi KN, Plaintiff '"II EN Defendant E BY PUBLICATION Ml\ I'H'EN S"i M York, III HEREBY NOTIFIED inplalnl f.-i Dii • %  HSl \ nil in llu.,l„,\ > %  %  • and you an hi -1 cop> of \o'ii Ansi mplalnl i i Plain nd file Ihi original %  ol Ihi I-I.-I k of tinClr' i he Wth ii -1 then* Isa %  I '• ii a ill I,.entered i i i • published on' %  "lis,-, nt i\ ,w ,-eks |w ISII i-i.i m II u A : v Miami Florida, this Wth Dher II i LEATHERMAN, i cull i 'nun "> R M HAWKINS ..,, ... I Smut) Clerk *"VER ^ MII.I...Y I'laintiff Hiuiding, MLuni. nu Ua IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 31128-B RE: CST VI'K OF ROSE SINOKR, IH-iensed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE M i i'Ii '!•: Is herebj given thai I hsve rile,l m) final report snd pelllkin for Final Ms, h.ut.aAncillary Administratrix of H st f ROSE SINOhR. ,l, ,s,,i. and lhal on ihe iih das "i November, 1954, will sppl) la the Honorable lYank Ii Dowllng, J ount! Judge "i i i.i.i' County, Florida, [or approval "i s.,i,i final report snd for final discharge s Ancillary Admlntstratrix of the EaUte "( ROSE SIM.i:rt, deceased ,„., This 21*1 dii* "f September, 1954. THELMA S1LVERMAN Ancillary Administratrix OEOROE CHERTKOF Attorne) for Ancillary Administratrix %  ]ll.'8-l.",-22-:'!i _^___ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bushtesB undei the flctnious name of (' \ltnl. CITY C tBH -'' N '''"' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that the undei sium-.i. desiring i" enga| business under the flctftioufl name ol BID'S BAR, at -'7-':' S.W. MI, Street, inti ml to register si< d name ^ Ith Ihe rlerk "f the Circuit ''"int ol Dade County, ll la SIDNEY MEDNICK si /.ANM: ME1 i.N'lCK MARX FABER .Minim -i lor Applli lints Congres* Bldg. in 22-20 — 11 ".-INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY fJIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In s undei i he fli I ll lou> name ol SHI IRES BAR, at 11T11 \ K S nd Avenue, Intend : lid ni with the 'lei k "f the I i ull Courl of l i.i.i-i 'ount Hoi id U4.;i iKOE M. TUTLANK, JR. OF:i 'ROE M Tl'TLANK, SR Sola Owners HENRY M CAIN Attorm | i"i Applli nnl :';,|s W. Klagli I SI M iml, Kl '. Tl St No Miami. Intends to i ,.i,l name with the Clerk of the i ir.iili Court of Dade cmuy. H"' W DAVID H Mi'ii-i' i 'AVIS. Owner M \l. CN'Cl.ANI'I'l: ittornej far Applicant / %  -'--" IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30619 B KlESTATE OF NO^C^OF VN h Tg- TO^AKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N'IITICK Is h.-i.-l'v given lhal '•• &f • I report snd i' %  """ '"' nlstratrix % %  filed in> final rei nal I 'l-ih in na'tof Michael .-%  Thi* 22nd dm) %  ,•',-' i" *,", "V i" --1*i.i-: i e KOVNBR MANNHKIMKK Attorney tor Admlnlstrato*. I 11/5-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 173202 i: \ YMi i.M • i' 'i H iK and In ilti iTIIKA PAt'LINE •'' M il\, Ins wife, Plaintiffs, \ EVELYN M TRACY, el Slfl, I lefendnnts. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Evelyn M Tracy, a single woman, and.' If mai 11, 0, Thomas Klrby, her husband, and if so married, then known as Mrs, Thomas Klrby ;;n ivnfleld Itiiail Rochester, New V.,rk And if the s.uii Evelyn M. Tracy lie dead, her unknown heirs, devlsees, legatees m grantees, snd any nnd all persons having or claiming any right, tltls or int.-r, st B) or through the above named person, or through her husband, if married, and all partie* having or claiming any right. title or interest in the following described real proper!) situate, h ini; ami being in l "ade County. I loi Ida, to-wlt: The FJaal Half of the Easl Hall "' Trai I I' %  •' I" "' k I-..,,,i ii. TAMIAMI ACRES plat No. I, %  'i' 1 "; to the Plal thereof, rei orded in Plal Book 8, ai Page nv ,,f the Public Ri i ord "i Dade County, Fl la, vor AND H;ACH OK YOU an |„ notified lhal a Bill of Complaint i Title %  • the above real prop, rtl has been filed as ilnsl you, snd ion are hereby required to segthi s f your answer "i pleading n> .,, HENRY M CAIN, Attprni > Hntlffs, IMI West Flaglei Mi mil Florida and to file the .nil answer or pleading in the office of Ihe 'ierk of the i Ircult I'OIIII on or bef Ihj r-th da> ol Mnvembei 1964, otherwise ths allega,i,.„, conulnad In -.,,.1 BUI of Complaint will be taken aoonfesaad b] '"listed al Miami. Dads County, Kia.. *" ""' to kB^LEATHER 4 MAN. Clerk "f the Circuit court I>ade Couiiiy. Florida By M .' (1RRBN. ,Se'ill DgsM I i-'k IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173061 MARil utKT BRILL, Plaintiff, \ s JACK BRILL, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: I \''K HRII.L IL'1 Prospect Avenue Mamarnneck, New York TlH" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill "f i '"ini'laiiu for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby required t" serve a copy of your Answei n. the I till of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original Answer in noffice ,,f the Clerk "f the Circuit Court, on or bel the 2nd day of November, 1954; otherwise, the all. nations of -aid Hill of Complain! ill be talon a fessi-,1 against you. Dated t in Ith day of < Ictolii r, I9J4. I-: i: LEATHERMAN. Cl.-ik of Circuit Com t B) l' 'AN '"' 'l RNI IYF:R. 1 i'|,ut \ i *|.-i k (si i OEi IROE I T M.I v.M 'I'l'. ESQ. Attorney for I'laintiff 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beai h, Fla. IO/8-l.iNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring in engage in business under the fictitious name <ou, may have against the estate of JACOB w SIKOEL, also known as Jacob Wolf Blegel, also known -is .1 w. Blegel, deceased late ,.f Had.County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Had.County, ami file the same in their "iii.-.-s m the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, uithin eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and i" be sworn i" and presented .


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PAGE 12 B >Jenl§t>rkrf(&£L _FRIDAY, State Dep< Continued from ?•• • Washington officers now in Divisj^j artinent Cloaks Iraqi Persecutions %  ,,r, Jo** mtawHjr. OtteatiM, a. p* .rnnu--l up charge, shocked the tan* from ^ ""'"" i i u r effort .""nsl Ifailed Nation*. On one occasion. dulk.h IhrahimT basisoi .,n .negation that Ihej had %  non ""' ^ifators oi the pro |oT '* ^ j^ of (h|l ,„,,,,,„,„ in 1951. such hanging wu earned embas SJ Th Bi J*; danced the hora. a Palestinian Nazi achon ..,,.„.,,. i,, .,n Jews out despite the intervention of the! d elivered t*r !" %  ,.„,. BnlWewUB tenet ol Na was uch hd ... chj N u*£""Tg An Israel diplomatic official said „,,.„.„.,, remalned „, Iraq even able I t hav 1 d brati As t mb |y Hotllh^Sl**^ that 2.THM. I,-.,.,, Jew* were impri* to ,-,„. ,,.„„ AH their proper!) in Iraq %  (,,nfrj A > ,mDI M ___ "'" 1 %  > Wwhitf oned. "many tortured and mm *''' ^ r -. M>i d „ rige d The hanging ol Jew. ta l !" l Ambassador Koua. ,, sha,„,,„,„„,, %  killed.. Jews had been arrested government in ISM* aoo| i Baghdad ori bandar, in a recent address m Near Eastern! on suspicion of being Zionists." {openly vengeful attitude tow ard its | pub lw jquan More recently, the Baghdad radio sought to brand American Jews as %  —— %  Communists, and stated th.it M< Carthy is distinguished bj his intense aversion to Communists and Zionists." This same Iraqi broad cast, on April 15. said the Arabs welcomed the Republican administration's Near Eastern policj "with less attention being paid to the interests Of Israel Arthur Lourie. deputy director neneral of the Israel Foreign Mm i-tr>. described Iraqi foreign minuter Jamali as %  known admirer ol Hitler's policies Lourie said. "The voice ol N.i'i-m has. tor the first time, been heard in the United Na lions." He said Jamali's admiralion for Nazi principles in the late thirties was "notorious and public." During World War H. when allied fortunewere at their lowest ebb in 1941. the Iraqi arm) staged pro-Nazi revolt Present leaders ol the Ir..>; ment, and armj B^4%^ AT FLORIDA NA" You Can Bet He's A Solid Ctiien... Especially la Money Matters Unique Luncheon Slated on Beach By CJA Women Continued from Page 1 B It is %  • %  |' I I I • %  • .1 he .. %  %  | ... • • %  e) %  | R Narol • %  Eli thi Mesdanv R Stevens. A Mar tin Fini \ SI me. The eh ic del I the no i son ted b> i ipecial -inpt entil "Unfinished Business and pre pared b> Gilbert J Balk.n executive din the Anti Defamatior. League, and Seymour Samet. executive director of the American Jewish Committee. He believes in o balanced budget—not "deficit financing." He pays his bills on time pays his own way wherever he goes and expects others to carry their share. He applauds the bank that maintains a strong capital structure in ratio to deposits ond loans and a bank that refuses to court popular trends — if they're financially unsound. bank must put the safety of its depositors' money and honesty in its broadest sense above all else. That's why his money business is done with the Florida National Bank and Trust Company of Miami! We would like to count you, too, as one of our valued customers and cordially invite you to use any, or all, of the facilities end services of this bank. Our Capital and Surplus in Ratio to Deposits and Loans Makes This One of the Strongest Banks in the Nation IP. TUereth Israel Center Maps Weekly Program Tifereth Israel Xorthside Center will hold a congressional meet: Monday evening. Nov 1 at 8 3o pm Cooperation in fund rafcaag methods for the (.'enter construction program will be main theme of the meeting Tuesday evening N 2. at 7 30 p m youth of the Center w ill hold their weekly YPL gathering to discuss plans for the toting •* %  -on. according to Larry ban president. scheduled is a games partv for Weiine-day evening. Nov 3 8 30 p.m.. at the Center. 6500 North Miami m Proceeds are for the crhoods program dealing with bui ding beautifieation COMPLETE MODERN SERVICES Regular Checking Accounts Personal Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Domestic Exchange Commercial Loans Mortgage Loans Stock Exchange Loans Life Insurance Loans Personal Loans Home Improvement Loans Automobile Loans Appliance Loans Collection Department Foreign Department Customers' Securities Department Escrow Department Trust Department Custodian Account Service Bank By Mail Service Travelers Checks Cashier's Chocks Bank Drafts Christmas Club U. S. Savings Bonds Night and Day Depository THE V I Camp Reunion Due Camp Ma Ka Bee reunion and party will be held at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Town Branch on Friday. Oct 25> 2 p.m. I riX)RIDA NATIONAL BANK RAND TRUST COMPANYIV At Miami Alfred I duPont Building %  eater: Painal ftagaaN i MariRI erriti tt Ftstnl •aaarta l i at a aj, rurMi %  •titMl ,„


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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IME 21 Number 44
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBFR 29, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
port Says Bigots Flourish In Segregation Issue
wnhower Pledges Watch on Arms
\Sent to Middle Eastern Governments
YORK (JTA) President
I) Eisenhower pledged
| 2.000 members of the
Jewish community at-
the Jewish Tercentenary
Land a nationwide television
lio audience that the United
nil! "continue to contribute
let iul relation*" between
td Arabi
j>>dr came in the course
ddress in which he lauded
It Jewish settlers on these
li r then- contribution to
civilization and in which
KlN (l the Jewish role in add-
\\ dimensions of meaning
concepts of freedom and
ercj and righteousness.
and understanding."
linner, held at the Sheraton
Hotel, was the highlight of
nonwide celebration of the
Jnniversary of the first Jew-
j!f ment in North America.
lent referred to the
Jr. -t -ituation in the course
|S0 minute address and de-
are all regretfully aware
major differences between
i- the Arab states remain
rid Our goal there, is firm
i.p toward Israel and all
Minn* in that area. For I
l: that we shall continue
r to peaceful relations
peoples. In helping
the security of the
|.v r Bast, we shall make
V any arms we provide are
to that purpose, not to ere-
(.! imbalances which could
for the intimidation of, or
1 n against, any neighbor-
i make with any nation.
ample assurance that this
nl purpose cannot oc-
': -ident quoted "the won.-
phecy" of Isaiah: "And
i righteousness shall be
the eflect of righteous-
^i.etnts* and assurance for-
Mr Eisenhower added:
it nit of peace is at once
Linus obligation and our
policy. Peace and free-
uhere all men dwell in se-
is the ideal toward which
-n policy is directed.
''." the President contin-
t I am speaking to the
ho deeply love peace. I
|hut. with all other Ameri*-
-hare a profound thanks-
giving that, for the first time in 20
years there is no active battlefield
anywhere in the world,"
Mr. Eisenhower dwelt on the his-
tory of the Jews in this country
and told his audience:
"We have come together in mem-
ory of an inspiring moment in his-
tory that moment. 300 years
ago. when a small band of Jewish
people arrived on the ship, St.
Charles, in which was then the
Dutch colony of New Amsterdam.
It was an event meaningful not on-
ly to the Jews of America but to
all Americans of all faiths of
all national origins.
"On that day there came to these
shores 23 people whose distant an-
cestors had, through the Old Testa-
ment, given new dimensions of
meaning to the concepts of free-
dom and justice, mercy and right-
eousness, kindness and understand-
ing ideas and ideals which were
to flower on this continent. They
were of a people who had done
much to give Western civilization
the principle of human dignity;
they came to a land which would
(flourish beyond all 17th cen-
turies dreams because it foster-
ed that dignity among its citizens."
President Eisenhower was intro-
duced by New York State Supreme
Court Justice Edgar J. Nathan, Jr.
President Eisenhower
. differences unresolved
Britain Makes Assurances on Suez Canal
Agreement; Says it Will Lessen Tension
LONDON (JTA) The British '
Government recognizes Israel's!
concern over the Anglo-Egyptian J
pact on the Suez Canal, but is con-
vinced that the agreement will re-1
suit in a general easing of tension
in the Middle East, Foreign Sec-,
retary Sir Anthony Eden has in-.
formed Israel Ambassador Eliahu
Elath.
Sir Anthony said in a letter made
public this week, that in the agree-1
ment both governments have
pledged that the pact has no ag-
gressive purpose, that no great
amount of armaments will be sur-
rendered with the bases, and that
the cornerstone of Britain's Middle
East policy remains the Tripartite
Declaration.
After noting Britain's recogni-
tion of Israel's concern, Sir An-
thony declared that the British
Government is convinced, however,
that the Anglo-Egyptian agreement
"will result in a general lessening
of tensfen in the Middle East. By
increasing confidence between the
Arab states and the West it should
facilitate a solution of the major
problems in the area."
In this connection, the Foreign
Secretary underlined that in sign-
ing the "Heads of Agreement" last
July preliminary to last weeks
signing of the full pact "both
governments declared that the pro-
posed agreement had no aggres-
sive purpose and was designed to
contribute to the maintenance of
peace and security, which was the
objective of both governments."
"The agreement will contain a
clause in which both parties agree
to respect the Suez Canal Conven-
tion of 1888 in relation to freedom
of navigation through the Suez Ca-
nal," Sir Anthony's letter contin-
ued. It then pointed out that Egypt
claims to be entitled to take the
measures it is taking against Israel
under Article X of the convention.
The British Government, the letter
added, "continues to desire a set-
tlement of this question in accord-
ance with the resolutions of the
Security Council."
In reference to the Israeli ob-
jections to the British handing the
largest and one of the best equip-
ped military bases in the world to
the Egyptians, Sir Anthony repeat-
ed the "assurance given your
Charge d'Affaires by Selwynn
I.loyd on the 12th of July, that
there is no question of handing ov-
er large quantities of armaments."
The British Government. Sir An-
thony emphasized, attaches "great
importance to friendly relations
with Israel.''
Morrison Calls for Boycott
End; Bond Tour Concludes
NEW YOBK Calling on the
Arab nations to "end the technical
state of war which exists in the
Middle East." the Right Honorable
Herbert Stanley Morrison, former-
ly British Deputy Prime Minister
and Foreign Secretary, this week
declared, "the first step in normal-
izing the situation would be to have
the Arabs conclude the boycott of
Israel, and to open the Suez Canal
|0 shipping to and from Israel "
Mr. Morrison's remarks were
made aboard the S.S. Queen Mary,
prior to his departure for England.
The former British Deputy Prime
lies Meets With Jewish Leaders
plNGTOX (JTA) Secre-
'ate John Foster Dulles.
uied Monday from Palls
} the conclusion of a pact
incorporate West Ger-
lr'to a European defense
met immediately on
here with a delegation
Vn leaders representing ma-
f'Uish organizations
}' note of recent assurances
ted that the "govern-
i"in from arming the Arab
Jr, the absence of positive
1 leading to peace."
M. Klutznick, national
of B'nai B'rith, acted as
lan for the delegation
emerged from Mr. Dulles'
office. He declined to comment
when asked for Mr. Dulles' reac-
tion to the views of the delegation.
The delegation submitted a
memorandum to Mr. Dulles which
asked that the government aban-
don its policy of arming the Arabs
under present conditions; "tool
our government do nothing to im-
pair the prevailing balance of
.strength in the Middle East; that
it extend to Israel the same agree-
ments already offered the Arab
states and that It invite Israel to
join in regional defense planning.
"We appreciate President Eisen-
hower's recent affirmation of firm
friendship towards Israel and all
other nations in the area, an ob-
jective to Which you. Mr. Secretary-
have lso given warm expression.
But we respectfully submit that
actions under the present policy
do not serve the attainment of that
purpose," the memorandum stated.
Vice President Richard Nixon
had issued a statement here prior
to Mr. Dulles' arrival, announcing
receipt of a cable from the Secre-
tary of State and expressing belief
that "several steps can be taken"
in the direction of bringing "a
permanent and just peace between
l,rael and the Arab states."
Mr. Nixon, in announcing receipt
of the cable sent from Paris, charg-
ed that current talk about arming
the Arabs is "vicious whispering."
Minister spent two weeks in the
United States and Canada at the in-
vitation of the State of Israel Bond
Organization, in whose behalf he
addressed meetings in New York,
Washington, D.C., Toronto and
other major communities.
During his visits in America and
Canada, Mr. Morrison reported on
! his trip to Israel during May. 1954.
; which was his first fact-finding
tour of that country since 1935. Mr.
Morrison frequently referred to the
"public spirit" and "self-sacrificing
efforts'' of the Jews of Israel. It
was for this reason, he stated,
"that I have been happy to come
to North America- and to speak on
behalf of the efforts being conduct-
ed for the sale of Israel Bonds."
Before he departed, Mr. Morrison
recommended that pressure be
brought to bear on the Arab states
to sit down at a table with repre-
sentatives of Israel" so that "a real
peace together with agreement as
to boundaries can be arranged."
He added: "Economic cooperation
between Israel and the Arab states
could do much for the Middle East.
I would like to see a joint board of
the Middle East in which appropri-
ate Western countries and Israel
and the Arab states should cooper-
ate toward the economic develop-
ment of this great region of the
world."
Linked With
Anti-Semitic
U.S. Movement
NEW YORK Public school de-
segregation, resulting from the Su-
preme Court decision last May, has
become a significant lever for or-
ganizing and fund raising by pro-
fessional racists and their hate
groups, the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith reported
this week.
The League said that a survey
conducted through its 26 regional
offices showed a mushrooming of
new racist groups, particularly in
the South, all of them brandishing
white supremacy doctrines.
At the same time, they are link-
ing the desegregation issue with
anti-Semitic themes, blaming Jew-
ish groups for having "subverted"
the Supreme Court, the survey not-
ed.
The findings of a nationwide
round-up by ADL of opposition by
organized bigotry to the school in-
tegration problem were released
by Judge David A. Rose of Boston,
chairman of the League's civil
rights committee, at the League's
two-day executive committee meet-
ing here.
Arnold Forster, the League's
civil rights director who organized
the survey, said that many of the
newly-formed racist groups are the
creatures of former Ku Klux Klan
leaders.
"But they avoid identification
with the Klan. a movement that
has been widely discredited in the
South." said Forster.
Instead, he said, they publicize
the fact that their pro-segregation
activities will be carried on with-
out hooded robes, night riding or
violence, and will seek to circum-
vent the Supreme Court's decision
through legal maneuvering,
through pupil boycots such as were
tried in Maryland and through
"economic pressure."
The last form of intimidation has
already been organized in Missis-
sippi by a new group called "Citi-
zens' Councils." Its structure com-
prises 82 local councils one for
each county in the state which
will defend "Southern customs and
traditions."' says the group's pros-
oectus, by "application of econom-
ic pressure to trouble makers."
Best known among the new corp
of race agitators because of his
widely publicized activities in
Maryland and Washington, D.C.,
Continued on Page 5 A
Herbert Morrison
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I5I5AL.OCTOBER.
Boxing Show Due
Program Revealed
For JWB Convention
Nov. 6 in Houston
paYiiel Schlanger, ol Houston,
Milton Sirkin,
irmen of the program com-
i the .1\YB regional c
announce that the pi
.,., n completed. The (
will be held on Saturday to
Nov. to a! the
Hotel and Houston J
I liter.
v. from Miami, in add!-
ti' n t i Mi- Sirkin. will be L*OB
jQ,p! m president.
convention will feature the
ration ol the Terci i
2e American Jewish Community.
I will focus on the current
Hid problems ol Jewish indivld-
hl- and communities in the South,
he role ol Jewish Community
\\ B Armed Services
flommittees in relation t<> them.
Hans will also be made for th<'
Center and Armed Service* actrvi-
tic for the year ahead.
The Convention program will
open on Saturday, Nov. 6. at 3 p
with .,n Oneg Shabbal under the
chairmanship of Nathan Friedler,
,,: New Orleans, Leah Jaffa ol New
York, iw B's consultant on Jewish
anisic, drama and dance, will i
due' the program I demon-
strate the use "t Jewish arts in
(niter and Armed S pro-
: Hous-
will lead a discussion on the
topic: "< lu.llen-' Pacing Jewish
Communities in the South "
The opening dinner meeting,
which will i held on Saturdaj
night. \ 6. at the Houston Jew-
:.vh I m ll itj I enter, will he pre-
ceded I ndered by
the !l tusti n Jewish Communitj
6ol Harrj Henshel, chairman ol
he JWB Armed Division
I ef the Bulova Watch
will address the dinner meet
Herbert Millman and Benja-'
.n Sternberg ol New Vork, I
ional held directors ol JWB, will
highlight th< and subjects
hich will he discussed al the Con-1
ration David ll white, of Hous-
will chair this meeting
Sund.,> sessions will be h'
he Shamrock Hotel They will In-
clude w irk -hup- and clinics on the
follow "Financing
tew ish < ommunity i
Membership Trend- in < i
Vrmed Service? Committee Pro
um Hi. Itfa and Phys Ed A
ommunity Or.
um in Small ComSBUnitH -
Highlight ol the convention will
be the nary banquet on
Sunda, night. Noi T A-pecial dra-
matic- tion, "Our Herit-
age." will he presented in words
song and dance by the Players
Group of the Houston Jewi-h Com
munity Center Officers of the
Southern Sectioo-JWB organization
will be installed at the meeting.
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Jack Wilson, treasurer. Milton R. Mannheimer. p resident and
George S. Levenson. chaplain and pas. president of the.Nor h
Shore Lodge B'r.ai B'rith. are planning for a new membership
drive. Starting Oct. 31. with a breakfast at Pumpermk s Res-
taurant. The campaign will close Nov. 10 at a smoker in the
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There will he a regular meeting
of Dynamic Psychelogieal SoeMji
oi Greater Miami on Fridaj eve
ning, Oct 29. 8 30 pin at the home
of Mr and Mr- Louis Muffs, 3000
s\v 17th si Mr- Ethel afishket will
di-cu-- "The Teen Afar: Famil)
Relations and Obedience" Mrs.
Host iii conduct the mem-
bership participation program on
psyi h ilogical definition-.
Poale Zionist Branch
Slates Cultural Meeting
Poale Zionist Branch of Greater
Miami will conduct literary and
cultural program on Saturdaj eva- t
ning. Oct 30. 8 p.m.. at Kne-eth
Israel Congregation
Beryl Morrison will present sev-
eral recitation-, to he followed by
Dr. M Yilen-ky with a report on
the recent convention held in Phil-
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Saying More Than They Mean ?
John Foster Dulles returned from Europe
Monday, an agreement in his hip pocket that
now includes West Germany as a partner in
the European defense organization.
Strangely, the greatest triumph he experienc-
ed was Mr. Dulles' eleventh hour coup in con-
vincing French officials that German partner-
ship would not necessarily mean renewed and
uncontrollable German militarism.
For Mr. Dulles was actually in no position to
guarantee that fact; neither is the United States.
What had to be considered on a short-term
basis, a view which the French reluctantly ac-
cepted, was the effect of the agreement on Rus
sia and its satellite nations.
Apparently, the Soviet world is deeply dis-
turbed and has suffered what is perhaps its
greatest diplomatic defeat since the start of
Frwdom and Education
American Education Week will be observed
by cities throughout the nation from November
7 through 13. Greater Miami plans to join the
celebration with an extensive program of spe-
Bctjvines aeaied toward the theme: "Good
Schools Are Your Responsibility."
Ith annual observance of American
>ek here will highlight a precious
b we have all enjoy
ed free e.iurntion freely given to all, regard-
or religion.
Knowledge is the foundation stone of our
:crccy. The relationship here is simple:
the youth ci today are our leaders of tomorrow.
:act, it becomes doubly clear
to us th American Education Week's theme
?s an unusucl burden upon our civic con-
sciousness which we must gladly accept and
orously impleme:
~ fcr us to assure the development and
ess of our schools: they are as good or
_-o: -s v. o make them. Except for
ll set by the state, the
scope and chare rrogrcms are de-
us.
and horizon
ion standards which we help
mold serve tc cie'.:r.e-v.e the type of intelligence
ss developed by our youth during
their school days. The extent to w e ac-
cept the responsibility ot preserving and ad-
vancing this precious heritage :s Ibe extent to
which e gucrcntee the future of our democ-
racy.
A r.ever-er.d.r.g lesser, we must learn is that
c free society needs men unhampered by the
: ' engaged in governing themselves. Na-
al Educc--.on Week will serve to remind us
that the public school is an espe
portent crea where free men must toil cease-
lessly in the name of human procress. Eifec-
:.ve r.-.re:-s:..p as a aoal of education is more
-.- then it has ever been in our
1
FRIDAY.
During The Week ... a i s
r LsK> MINDLIN
DEDICATION IS TUB MOST ENNOBLING ., v
istics It is rare in our lime, for the create,; part ?"*
porary endeavor concerns itself with ends rather than "^
ourselves weighing the Value of reward for acc(J ?1*'*
than Ihe value of activity for Its own sake
Thus, those who are dedicated stand out amonB
Volpe. concert manager for the University oi \i,dmi L^Lr
tra. is such a person. In the shadow of her late hushl7r,J'
Volpe. founder of the orchestra, she relates herself \T
of life, thus fashioning for him. his hop..- .,d ldea,s ,?u^1
memorial and for the orchestra he envisioned hut rtin ^I
fd but did
"XI *|
kind of milieu in which to develop its sensitivit) and artiL*
But this Hoes not mean that Mrs. Volpe is a sentimTt?
contrary, her dedication lo musical art and th. I'M Orcheto
If in an amazing flow of human energy punctuat^n?
>ir.g sense for practical matters to those uho would r
itself
rassir
w^uld ronujtj
the cold war. So that the Dulles short-term
maneuver seems at least temporarily to have
^BuMhe Secretary of State was also ^e"ed fc
t ,J! ,kt t w,lh her Shc wi" not ** '" >'end her ml*
cent European jaunt. For one thing he felt trie the mos, imMenslble terrain cnwtn
In this regard, it is only fair to remark that hr "cause
by Near Eastern problems during his
';. For one thing h<
impact across three thousand miles of ocean of | AJ, o{ ,nc,e characteristics in her especially h
the address President Eisenhower delivered at j protection arc. of course, by now well known and txk
a dinner in New York markinq the Tercen- community at large. Mrs. Volpes 28 years .nice {tj^
tenary of Jewish settlement in the United States.! of Miami Symphony Orchestra were celebrated Sunday
Most informed leaders in the American Jew-: a surprise banquet in her honor at the Miami Women .'c
ish community are not overly enthusiastic with t MARKING THE OCCASION WAS A PROMINENT ad,
Mr Eisenhower's address. It seems to us that inappropriate gift to her from Ihe Symphorn ( lub a;
thev correctly look upon his highly generalized of Mrs Volpe's photographic portrait. It was inappropn*,
remarks as having been made simply to meet; because the photograph enlarges upon her in >mpersn|,
hT needs of a festive occasion. Nonetheless, j without relation to the organization which b her subject*,
me neeas oi u m Praeiripnt's, I saw ,n ,ne '" no "tatement of her dedication and nonet
there is little doubt that even the President s ^ which pnergizos own memorial t0 ner nusbJJJ
most subtle tightrope walking in the matter ol 0rch(.stra {rom jts car|lest. precarious dav
his inocuous observations on supplying arms ,n an> rase |he banquet was a heartwarming affairh
to the Arab nations and to the possibility of ll> Mr, Volpe'i recognition 'It is I who :nk jot,*
upsetting a delicate balance in the Near East fr the opportunity afforded me to identif) myirJl
subsequently forced Vice President N:xon to v. hat I lo\e most mu-ic
issue a statement in this regard. Nan John Bitter's testimonial tn the c ncert manajen
Mr Nixon, expressing Republican views of freshing one. Recounting a number of ir.(,l-f- anMuiagl
the moment, issued the statement in the form that plagued the orchestra during its mar | pert
of a Pans cable from Mr. Dulles, which ex- w"r'd r. nonel and often unpredictai he .mplftf
Volpe s placating qualities I saw her at onci -,
in tensithre diplomatic situations and as j keyset*]
dayi ,.Ua\s called upon to perform to S
and wire together with the most pnmitin I hand.
Thus has the L'M Orchestra grown through JH >eangf|
incr -cen.ldiicy. paralleling St year- t thei
at laigc There ii no doubt that those who heard the
perhaps ten years ago would not recogm/e (inabilities I
State returned to Washington Monday and met manner in which, for example, it pcrforn
with Jewish leaders to discuss the trouble spot, >''' *! Sryrmm Goldberg toward tbx end of the
he had the road paved for him.
On record was the Republican leadership as NONETHELESS THERE ARE INEVITABLY questing
favoring the continuation of peace in the the orchesra'.s future No one individual, i- even Mrs.'
trouble spot. This sort of vague and righteous unquestionable talents, can make of the unr lj orj
reasoninq in the face of an obvious pro-Arab ,h"1 '- a udent eiuemble subject I arable i
foreign diplomacy seems clearly to be desianed '"''' "'''" the constant withdrawal of mu- ia. and tWr.
for r,.rrnl nol.t.rWinn W, trust that n' AH- w,lh "her^ Th,s ^ of ". "lakes for y that I
a Pans
pressed the belief that steps can be taken in
the direction of bringing permanent and just
peace between Israel and the Arab nations.
The Vice President also charged those ac-
cusing the Administration of pro-Arab inclina-
tions with political foul play. In any case, the
result has been that when the Secretary of
for current politicking. We trust that an Ad-
ministration fearful for its future during these
mid-term election days has not been saying
too much more than it means.
challenges the orchestra conductor's nv live Mil
itie-
Oiir < Cli4Vt
Know Vonr Town
Tne Women's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Monday sponsors a Get-
ting to Know Our Town" function. Purpose of
the affair, scheduled at the Di Lido hotel, will
be to acquaint residents here with the "hi::
side" of our community and the role Federa-
tion plcys in our many local organizations.
This is another example of the excellent work
in which Miami women engage and the posi-
tions of leadership they have been consistently
assuming.
Federation's philanthropic, civic and cultural
programs are varied and frequently appear
complex to those oi us who have, lor one reason
or another, as yet failed to take an active part
in our Jewish community.
The Women's Division function Monday will
serve as an entertaining and instructioncl way
in which we may learn about these programs.
as well as about the role we can. in turn, play
: sU eupport
And in the face of this flux, one cat : ^r that I
Orchestra may not attain the height of n kit**
\isionrcl by its many critical, if not alwa>> :-cerning.'
Indeed, it is clear that such fears ha\e I ven
Om dssorsniasd, musically uninformed branch
Dcde County's Red Feather drive qot under calling loudrj f^r a name conductor thi >. sootHdhtJ
way here this week with a traditional Commu- "' a Miami Beach author There is little
nity Chest kickoff dinner hosted bv Leonard w"uld f"r be,,fr "tistic climate.
Abess and Baron de Hirsch Meyer at the Bis- ma"fr "l UcX- \CMn c,"'Ja ho>t
cayne Terrace hotel. ** "li wbo *ns^ a comp
r____ ____i > ... in the orchestra on the occasion of a gue>t ( : > .-oneu
Figures revealed by local chest leaders Lndi; h).r ,,., summrr are moving Wllh lhe ,1(i, opJ
cate that the newly announced Sl.225.000 goal n, .,u>liv,,ed bv intelligence. Momentar. h <*'
or Dcde County is some S90.000 higher than and accomplishment of Mr Bitter's praiseu rl nUM
tm s. The reasons, as we understand it. iMtion was a comparatively easy thing almo- J
are au:te s.rr.ple. j blinded by the seemingly irrefutable repute en a ting frosty
Our Community Chest sue ports th? minimum name on a phonograph record label.
operating needs of 22 local health, welfare and Another branch of opinion, one indr "*
vouth organizations. In addition, the National come% ,rom *'- L'SO also receives vita! funds horn Dade's
r.ual campaign.
During the past 12 months, the Chest's ten "' l""'
nd child care agencies served over HERE AGAIN AS I HAVE JUST INDICATED
15 0O0 families residina in our countv. who unerc ,wo "<** *. There is certainly VJ?^
broraht a Whole '___* ~' '" wurlt ht>uHss.nssal. \mAr srwrifii-,1 f vet
problems to them
- bovs. qirls and adults became members
cf Community Chest vouth
throughout the Dade aiea
with the probable horizons of student on h ^^
hliettai a fully professional musical group backed lyi
m :JM
tan tw
host of difficult and'd'i^em ?** >'mu';-"us!y ""^er specified if >.'
Alcrs r,r,tKr ii nrv\ lions Conflict would an.se only in this regard tbe m;
i S.. tfl^l'P1!? P!?Ple ,r- oald find itself vy,ng for the public fsvo. thai ;- *-J
,.f Musi:
organizations
domain and that would clearly be accorded ,
..<1 should one be organized.
T, This highlights the role that the University -
I tie u-.Drecedented expons or. c! o-or city, as Orchestra has been playing here for the past M years, n-jj
well as !ts outlyina areas, thus represents a taking up the slack in an artistically arid co.....
ready reason lor the increased demands placed "rchotra on a university campus fundament.. rmorasa
upon the Community Chests vital services mar> Purposes Thu>. to set up a critical -- *'
one type of organization yet employed lo n.ra-urc'^^,
of arother is to be grosslv unfair The issue of a prow ]
organization here must be regarded, in the final anaira.-f
T..e need for all of us to helD the Red Feother
oaian throuah a successful drive and to
attain its Sl.225.000 goal is clear.
The appointment of Leonard A. Wien as
chairman of the 1955 Miami Beach Community
Chest camrxnqn is welcome news Last veer
Chest wJ rt? ~ntributed S151.M0 lo the senous uc.i art
n~Z ,K. -. CJTJain that under ** Wisn, I muiuty should be a secondary sastter graciou.ly
aeois the nhr will do iU share in me^.nq the j" of irreproachable professional standards 1
increased Hed Feather needs of Dade County wnons may assume richer posathanties and itt
social consciousness must be equivalent thu po,n! uh' reater aneanisg.
H u this inverted end sercUtare uawxprcsseo
the tuuverutv arran^n ess find its greatest i
any university considerations
Questions relating to the LM Orch. '
and contranly revolve about its more fundaments! ^"""r^,
purposes The happily praiseworthy position *^*mlndlm
! r to me **rious musical organization deserving the *r(^n^*2iiti H
Greater Mlrr? community', expansion if
erfor the happmess oi our less fcartunais neiah-
JT** ^hechh faction oTot
university
confustoa
and its aims with _
to obacure n>
i its MplisSiue.
which Miami restdenU sbesM
* the univerasty as a crater et
ertntoe
it
Oaee properly recg**
to the etasas
studies, as
***\


I y, OCTOBER 29. 1954
+Jmtsiinr>rlrfrHn
ni' Day to Fott
kw Americans Hero
Li Miami will take'an un-
ited step for Veterans'
X,v. 11. when Federal Court
Ip in Dade County Auditor-
[930 a.m. to naturalize 400
Jirens.
[public swearing-in ceremon-
lth Federal Judge John W.
, presiding, mark South
I-., part in a nationwide hon-
l{ 50.000 new Americans. An
led 8,000 will gather in the
)od Bowl, Los Angeles; 6,-
L'bbets Field, Brooklyn;
. Newark, N.J. and 8,000 at
lurk 'a Polo Ground:*.
bn M. Swingii U.5. Commis-
n immigrauon, nas planned
|i program wan federal and
Bugea 10 commemorate Vet-
i*j as replacement ior ihe
j.vniiiatice Day.
L-i uie enuie judMMU") here
lucu 10 tiilciiu Ultt yuuilis
1... .acuiuillg Hi C. rllucll
|liu.ill.-lnU llla.illlall 01 lite
i.. oaua root, itiiwarwii
mi. iOsi uauiiiunuuy
|- an CUUfeJl eveiiia m lac
Dun gutots will incluac Jo-
jii.ui, uikitict uiCWter oi
liigi.ii.nii ana iVaiurauzaiion
L>i'Pi. oi juohcc; &u K.
J, uarvey >. 6ceua foi
ncuiy j. naiani,
kii ui Me fust's Amcncdii-
faumuce; reoerai juuge
tiiicnurst; and UM MB
i. Mia i Judges cnaries A.
"i'al ...in.'ii. iii-.my l.
ii. Joe i^uion, Vincent C.
|.\ t'einon Hawthorne, \Vn-
]i: in in urge c. Holt, Mar-
jUiscnuart and Munley Mil-
|i are the two County
|U Blanton and Frank B
Judge Ben C. Willard of
|nnn.ii Court oi Record,
Hi ik i nan, Norman Hen-
John ('. Wynn, Judges ot
fn uurt nl Record, Judge
son, Court of Crimes,
enile Court Judge Walter
bam,
|l Idress will be deliv-
iii ly sworn-in Federal
It C, Choate. His topic
II' ntage'ol Freedoms."
I Hallowe'en Dance
lay at Seacomber
|. ni costume party and
j1 will be held by the
Miami Jewish Consump-
l!i't Society on Saturday
OH 30, 8:30 p.m., at the
P>> r hotel.
and Arlene, dance team
lifornia, will lead the folk
> dancing. Prizes will be
for costume* to be select-
|tlu' judgea after a "grand
scheduled for 11 p.m.
|in ii ni the affair are the
Sn| Schwartz, Irene Lef-
Arnold Lewis.
>rt Says Bigots
Irish in Row
Desegregation
Itinotd from Pag* 1 A
ADL report, is Bryant W.
34 year-old ex-Marine Mr-
[ho organized the National
>" for the Advancement
lc Peopl*. He claims more
[0.000 members, each of
ays at least five dollars
lues.
organizational newsletter,
jhc National Forum, demon-
lliowles' kinship with the
Icidl hate movement in this
Vays ADL. It is filled with
f*,t,e articles reprinted from
and publications of the
Kablished cabal of profes-
lew-haters.
P is now under indictment
separate counts of conspir-
^'srupt the school systems
Rand's Kent and Suaaex
Academy Member Drive
Slates Final Reports
Hebrew Academy dining room
will be the setting for this Sunday's
fourth and final breakfast meeting
of the membership campaign com-
mittee.
Joseph Rose, chairman, Allen
Goldberg and Frank Brickni.ni co-
chairmen, will render final reports
at the breakfast, which is sched-
uled for 10 a.m.
B. I. Binder, president, address-
ed the Committee of 100 last Sun-
day and urged them "to give more
zest and greater effort" to the final
week of the campaign.
The membership drive will come
to a close Nov. 7 goal is 1.000 new
members.
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Book Review Series Due
Mrs. Donald- Murrey, coordina-
tor, taet with group chau-mea to
set a schedule for the 1954-1955
Hadassah book review series, which
will be held at the Hibiscus Ma-
sonic Temple on Alton rd and 10th
St., on Tuesday afternoons, dates to
be announced. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
will give the reviews. Mrs. Harry
Magid is overall ticket chairman.
Hallowe'en Dance
Tropical Chapter of Bnai B'rith
Women will hold their annual Hal-
lowe'en dance on Sunday. Oct. 31.
8:30 p.m.. at the Nautilus hotel.
Drama Club Formed
A drama club has just been or-
ganized for teen agers at the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. Town Branch. Meetings are
on Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Adult Women's Session
Adult education session for wom-
en in elementary Hebrew will be
held on Tuesday morning, Nov. 2,
10 a.m.. at Zamora Jewish Center.
Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz will conduct
the session.
Woman Named Co-Chairman
. "MTs. Sylvia Brurhmcr was this
week1 named co-chairman of com-
mission for law and social action
of the Louis D. Brandeis and Louise
Chapters of the American Jewish
Congress, according to an an-
nouncement here.
c ..
Masada Party
Plans have now been completed
for the Miami Beach Masada
Young Adult Zionist District's
fourth annual masquerade party to
be held on Saturday night at the
Rendale hotel, according to Slanly
Josowitz and Sam Eisman. co-chair-
men. The affair will start at 9 p.m.
and dress is optional.
Thanksgiving Affair Planned
Stuart Winston and Mrs. Irving
Hugel have been appointed co-
chairmen for the annual Thanks-
giving anniversary dance, which
will be conducted by the Town
Branch, Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, on Wednes-
day, Nov. 24lh, at 8:30 p.m., it was
announced by Bernard Weksler,
Branch council chairman.
Sisterhood to Meet
Knesseth Israel Sisterhood will
hold a meeting on Tuesday eve-
ning, Nov. 2, at 8 p.m., according
to an announcement this week by
Mrs. Frances Ulian, president.
To Elect Officers
Annual election of officers and
board members of the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation will
be held Wednesday evening, Nov.
3, it has been announced by H. M.
Drewich, president.
Society to Meet
.Jfebrew Speaking Society will
hold its first meeting of the sea-
son Saturday evening at the relig-
ious school school of Temple Ema-
nu-EI.
The program will include a I.....k
review by Saul Porush. David
Friedman, chairman, also revealed
that Rivah Saltz will report on
"Education in Israel," with a syn-
opsis of daily reading from the
Prophets by Harry Perach, current
events by David Friedman and
community singing led by Mrs.
Harry Perach and Irving Shalom,
following.
Louis Abrams Unveiling
The dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Louis
Abrams. 812 Ortega Avenue, Coral
Gables, will take place Sunday. Oc-
tober 31st at 2:30 af*Mt. Ncbo Cem-
tery with Rabbi Morris A. Skop
officiating. Mr. Abrams is survived
by a son. Mervin Ames; one broth-
ther, Abe; and a sister, Mrs. Esther
Lede'r. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany; friends and relatives are
I asked to attend.
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JmistJ**!**!L
Joe Ann Shier. Alfred
Vows in Double Ring,
In a 7:30 p.m. double ring cut-
dielight ceremony <>n Sunday. Oct.
M, at ill'' Masonic Lodge. Miami
Beach, Miss Joe Ann Shur. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shur.
1236 S\Y 21st ter.. Miami, became
\
Mrt. Marvin D. Stiyitr
Golden, Snyder
Exchange Vows
Jacqueline Golden ami Marvin
David Snyder exchanged vows Sun-
day, Od 2-i. at the Coral Gable-
Jewish Center The 4:30 p.m. cere-
mony was performed by Rabbi
Morrii Stop
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Percy
Golden. 135 SW 27th rd the bride
Wtl given in marriage by her fath
er She chose a princess style gown
of white chantilly lace over satin
with bouffant skirt of white nylon
tulle fashioned into a sweeping
train
Her four-tiered fingertip veil of
silk illusion extended from a
matching lace tiara Newly wed Mrs
Snyder carried bridal ipray carnation-, lilies ->f-ihe-valle> and
rchid.
Her cousin, Mr- Mill Abel. .,-
natron "i bonor Boaemar) Schrag-
er. another cousin. sened M maid
oi hnor Bride-matron was Hn
Louis licit
r was in- brother's
beat nan Donald Schrager, Henry
ann Louis licit ami Prank
Hessan ushered A recepti<
lowed at the Center
The bridegroom i- the ton oi
Mr and Mr- Jack Snyder. 8550
North Miami ave. His bride attend-
ed Miami Senior High School and
the Universit) oi Miami.
He served four years in the t' S
Navj aboard the Qarlu and has
lived in Miami since 1950 He i- a
Used car dealer.
Long Exchange
Candlelight Rites
the bride of Alfred Long, aOO 01
the late Mr and Mr- Hainan Long,
Columbus, 0 ton.ic.-i> of Birm-
ingham and Kvergreen. Ala.
Rabb. Morris A Stop officiated,
misted i-> R<'v Maurice Mamchea.
IVcor .n the wedding was blue and
white
Marx rate wa, soloist with cou-
sin Of the br.de from Birmingham
Albert Shugerman. acting .<- Dm
man. I -hers included Bernard Ap-
plebaum. brother in law of the
bride, the Brooms brother in law
A.mand Abel, and lr.. Long and
Henry Rubenstein. COUahU of the
groom.
Sister- of the bride Mrs Ber-
nard Applebaum and Mrs. Alan
Alt-huler were bndesmatrons
Catherine Moore and Jackie Ray-
mer were bridesmaids Coii-m of
the bride Arlene Badane- was jun i
lor bridesmaid, and Susan Apple-
baum, niece of the bride, was flow- .
er glTL
Attendants all wore blue taffeta
gowns, carrying arm bouquet- of
white carnation- with tip- tinted
in blue
Alan Applebaum. nephew of the
bride, was ring bearer, and cou-
sin of the groom Haiman Clein was
junior usher Sharon Badanes. cou-
sin of the bride, and Sally Abel.
niece of the groom, were in charge
of the guest book
The bride selected a gown made
with empire bodice of French fine
point and lace. A Queen Anne
neckline, with satin hand-embroid-
ered pearls, extended into a full
skirt and chapel train accented
with bows Satin gauntlets were
hand appliqued in matching lace
and pearls
The four-tiered circular French
illusion veil was attached to a
crown of matching lace, satin-em-
broidered, and her jewelry includ-
ed a strand of pearlsgift from the
groom.
New i> wed Mrs Long is a gradu-
te of Miami Senior High School
and received her degree in educa-
tion at the University of Miami.
wture the wa- connected with spe-
cial education for the past two
ram
Mr Long was graduated from
high school in Evergreen, Ala and
attended Alabama Polytechnic In-
stitute \iter serving with the Arm
ed Force- overseas for three \ears.
he i- now m business in Columbus
The couple are motoring North,
making stop- at Birmingham and
Chatanooga, Tenn They will make
their home at 3422 Fast Broad at .
Columbus, 0.
Anli.....
Mrs. Mrti 1m|
Pink, Blue Colors
For Miss Lurie
Pink and blue color scheme was
used at the wedding of Edyne Joy
I.one and Alan Winner at the Al-
giers hotel Saturday.
The bride wore a gown of white
taffeta-silk. Mrs. Jay Lurie, her
Mster in law and matron of honor
nm pmk taffeta while Miss Don-
na Asher. the bride"s cousin, and
bridesmaid was dressed in blue taf-
feta.
Colonial bouquets were carried.
The bridal bouquet was white or-
chid surrounded by lilies of the
valley and the attendants carried
roses and carnations in pink and
blue combinations.
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiat-
ed at the ceremony followed by a
reception in the hotel's Kismet
Room.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lester J. Lurie, 1785 Bay
dr.. Miami Beach. She is a gradu-
ate of the University of Florida
where she was a member of Alpha
Kpsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Winner, a graduate of Tem-
ple University, is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Pood of Philadel-
phia His brother. Fred Pood, was
beat man. Jay Lurie, brother of the
bride, was usher.
Mr Winner and his bride will
live at 2666 Park ave.. Singer
Island, Riuera Beach.
**\
I
**-'
Miss Judith Goldberg and
David Meddin are engaged.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Ina Alpern Gold-
berg, 1764 SW 17th St.. and
George Goldberg, Miami
Beach. Mr. Meddin is the
son of the Alexander Med-
dins. Savannah, Ga. The
couple met at a fraternity
rush party at the University
of Georgia, where Miss Gold-
berg is now a junior and pres
ident of Sigma Delta Tau
sorority. A spring wedding
is planned.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman have
returned to their home at 2390
Coral Way after an extensive tour
of Jacksonville, Philadelphia and
New York.
Off to Los Angeles by plane Sun-
day and then on to San Francisco
for a convention of the American
Society of Travel Agents were Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Fair, of 934 79th
ter. At the conclusion of the con-
vention, the Farrs will embark on
an eight-day tour of Japan, stop-
ping at Honolulu during their re-
turn flight, where they will stay
at the Royal Hawaiian. Mr. and
Mrs Fair expect to be back in Mi-
I ami for Thanksgiving.
sJ
k.
Stephen Holtzman
Bar Mitzvah
Stephen Holtzman, son of Mr
and Mr- Howard Holtzman. will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning at Congregation Beth Ja-
cob. Rabbi Akivah Chill will offi
ciate.
A reception in the social hall will
follow the ceremony.
Peretz P.T.A. Reveals
Plans ior Chanuka
Organizational meeting of the I
L Peretz School I'TA at 25 tt*-h
ington ave. thi- week annoui
it- committee on Chanuka prepjr
ation for students of the school.
Named were the Meadaatea Abra-
ham Haiduck. Max Greenberg. Nam
Goldenberg and Arnold Klapper.
who subsequently revealed p
for a pupil Chanuka parly on Mon-
day, Dec -'i1
Also announced was a
to hold classes in Yiddish literature
conducted by I>j\id Boasj on Fn-
d.,> evening, 8 30 p m at the home
! Mr- Haiduck. 118 Collins ave.
Sisterhood to Meet
Sisterhood of the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation will
have a board of director- 1
on Wednesday morning. Nov 3. at
1030 a.m. it has been announced
by Mrs R SchwaeUer. president
Miu Ha Can!
Cohen. Bot
To Wed in Ft
Miss Gold* CakaL
Boberman are mitafL
their February ***
pie, whose betrothal r
by her parent*. Mr
rael Cohen. 1228 5Wfl|
introduced by rtlauanf
Mr Boberman is thf
Nathan Bohemians.
Club Prado, Card '
Mi I -hen is a hi
of Baltimore, Md.
from Miami Beach
School and the Jf
School of Nursing.
She is noa on the
son Memorial Hotpiutj
Her fiance graduate!!
Island IniversttJ H""
the Second Infantry I
Korea for 13 month!
tjBodated in basnatl
father
Omega Delta Psi Dance
Carnival dance is being planned
by the girls of Omega Delta P-i for
all teen agers at the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center. Town
Branch, on Saturday. Oct. 30. 8
p.m.
Arthur Safer, ton of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Sater. 5360 La-
Gorce dr.. Miami Beach, will
bocome Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday. Oct. 30, 10:45 am., at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kionish will officiate.
Arthur, a student at Beth
Sholom Religious School, is
in the eighth grade of Nau-
tilus Junior High SchooL
Steven lay Pavlow, son oi
Mrs. Mae Pavlow. 752 West
41st st., Miami Beach, will bo-
come Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. Oct. 30, 10:45 a.m.. at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Krorush will officiate.
Steven is a student of Beth
Sholom Religious School and
attends eighth grade at Nau-
tilus Junior High SchooL
Stephen, a native of Philadel
phia. has been a local resident
since IBM He attends Nautilus
Junior High School and is a pupil
of religion of Rev. A. J. Safra.
Out*if town guests for the occa-
sion will include Mr. and Mrs. M.
Hymson. Mr L Hymson. Mrs. B.
Feldman. Mrs. V Ball. Mr. and Mrs
M (.abler aad Mr. and Mrs. G
Bernstein, all of Philadelphia.
Bii'th&l
Recent births in the!
ami ..re., include ibe"
Eric -on of Mr "J
man Brenner. 172>1JJ|
Ro-a-iyn Jean. dM""
and Mr- HareM **l
12th -t A
Donald Paul. ^"J
Alan AM-huler, 12*jg
Maurice Max. *>
Maurice B!un*nthai.l
l*Lvnn Gail. dand<
Mrs Fr.d Ackers*
42nd st
Steven Gar, ^"j
Morns Bornstcui 4*>
Elaine Sue. *|J#J1
Mrs Kairn-n GoW-|jn
Judy Lynnt. ^
Mrs Harold Saant--|
* Jcffre, M.J* *<
Mrs Martin Oeaw.
^Diane Baa*J-/v|
andMrsBenuHB*
Michael D* j
Mrs. Gerald Shaat*'
ter.


'TOBER 29. 1954
+ U*Vlshnrwira*r,
-es on Bible
)en Tuesday
The Bible Mid
,n i,.. i Matin of
l 0| the ii.'bivu
I it was announced
tier, president,
pi the lecture* will be
jC nd national acbol-
|l run successively over
weeks.
[ designed '<> <>ri-
ui'h every **JMMI \w\ ii- relation to mod-
.ii, explained. The
[l open 1" the public.
i i- scheduled for
lemng. Nov. 2. at the
[l,. Alexander Kogan,
Palm ave., Miami
Surer will be Dr. Don-
I m, Hillel director
I. 1 history at the
In! Miami.
I. ler S. Gross, prin-
I, idemy, will intro-
ichaelson, as well as
[lecturers of the series.
hi, are scheduled to
[jn the homes of P.T.A.
Iturers and the topic of
j,o: Nov. 9. "Impact of
(ii Modern Thought," by
The Jewish Floridian;
fhr Talrmid as Biblical
by Rabbi Morris
lo\ 23, 'Psychological
Jthe Bible." by Dr. Ben-
|in..i psychiatrist.
pOur Legal System and
Roots by Mojes H.
New York City; Nov. 7,1
id the Concepts of Cn
be announced); Dec. 14.
Theories and the
Louis Schwartzman.
Education; Dec. 28, "The
rinciples of Faith," by
fcnder S. Gross, princi-
Kbrew Academy.
PAGE 7 A
Rabbi Rackovsky Named
To Kashruth Committee
Hahbi'Joseph E. Rackovsky was
this week named to the national
ith committee of the Rab-
binical Council of America.
Announcement of the appoint-
was made in New York by
Rabbi David B. Hollander. Council
president
Rabbi Rackovsky is spiritual
leader of Beth Tftlafa Congregation,
Mian i Beach, and director of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth.
Open House at Gables
First P.T.A meeting of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center will be open
house at 8:15 p.m. Nov. 3.
Worthy Grand Matron
To Be Entertained
Faith Chapter No. 255, Order of
the Eastern star, will entertain
Worths Grand Matron of the Grand
Chapter of Florida. Mrs. Esther
Bush, at a luncheon in the Algiers
Motel on Wednesday. Nov. 3, 12
noon.
Attendance is by reservation
only. with Mrs. Rae Frank. Worthy
Matron, in charge of reservations,
I ffj Miss Phyllis Berke and
Mrs. John Gross.
Official visit of the Worthy
Grand Matron to the Faith Chap-
ter will take place in the evening,
at 8 p.m.. at the chapter meeting
rooms in the Kenny Auditorium,
1833 Bay rd.
Their golden wedding anniversary was celebrated recently
by Mr. and Mrs. Moses Solomon. 711 51st St., Miami Beach.
Married Oct. 11, 1904, in New York City, they lived on Staten
Island until moving here in 1948. The 50th anniversary was
.marked by a dinner for family and friends in a Beach hotel,
attended by their son, Irving, of Surfside, and three daughters
from Staten Island.
^sflawaj*'*'
Back-to-School
Meeting: Slated by
Beth Sholom P.T.A.
An "Hour of Plain Talk" will fea-
ture the back-to-school-meeting of
the P.T.A. of Temple Beth Sholom
on Wednesday evening, Nov. 3, in
the banquet hall of the Temple, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Sbl-S. Pine, P.T.A. president.
"The entire faculty of the relig-
ious school will participate in- the
discussion, using the 'Roving Re-
porter' technique in group dyna-
mics," explained Mrs. Pine.
"Two very thought-provoking
questions have been chosen for this
'buzz session' and a record attend-
ance of parents is expected."
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of the congregation, and
Sydney J. Greenberg, educational
director, will serve as moderators.
The faculty consists of Hersch Ber-
man, Alfred Cossman, Miss Eleanor
Fienberg, Leory Fienberg. Herman
Fried, Miss Rheta Goldberger, Miss
Nettie Goldstein. Mrs. Sarah Jack-
son, Miss Bessie Jacobs, Miss Sel-
ma Kauffman, Bernard Kreisberg,
Mrs. Juliet Lewis, Solomon Lichter.
Mrs. Rebecca I.ipson. Mrs. Bess
Murder. Mrs. Doris Pardo, Joseph
Pardo, Miss Barbara Schwartz.
Leonard Schwartz, Miss Shirley
Seeman and Miss Bernice Sir. They
will answer questions propounded
by parents.
Mrs. Morris Gidney is program
chairman; Mrs. William Yanowitz
is chairman of adult education.
Registration for Adult Education
courses to be offered at Beth
Sholom during the winter season
will commence the evening of Nov.
3. Mrs. Barry Cameron is chair-
man of hospitality, and Mrs. Ralph
Cobb is membership chairman.
Recreation Department
Plans Two Lectures
Prof Clayton Charles, guest lec-
turer for the Miami Beach Recrea-
tion Department's discussion
group, will talk on "ArtAn Ex-
pert's Appraisal" as the opening
program for American Art Week
on Friday, 8:30 p.m., at 2100 Wash-
ington ave. Chaim Rose will pre-
side.
Another in the year-round series
of lectures on health in language
for the layman will be presented
by the Miami Beach Recreation
Department at OceanfrOn Auditor-
ium on No. 1, 8:30 p.m., featuring
the president of the Heart Associ-
ation of Greater Miami, in a talk
on "Heart Disease."
Gentlemen Wanted To Share
A Bedroom Apartment
WITH GENTLEMAN. References ex-
changed. Call any doy 11-12 or after
5 p.m. Phone S-287S.
Donald Micheelson
itions Aired
Jpodwin, former presi-
l-iiiii Beach Masada and
^ulent of the Southeast-
of the Zionist Organ-
| America, will discuss
eral Zionist Contribu-
fate Industry in Israel"
ni'-lit at the Oneg Sha-
!'! in the home of Miss
en. 944 Meridian ave.
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IMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1954
SECTION B
\tate Department Cloaks Iraqi
Persecutions; Arms Seen at Stake
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
iSHINGTONThe State De-
cent is attempting to cloak
,. persecution of Jews, and
[country's hostility toward Is-
m defense of its selection of
L, the first Arab League na-
il., receive a free U.S. muni-
l grant.
lur-ton B. Morton, Assistant
Jury f State for Congres-
I Affairs, in a letter dated Au-
10. took Iraq's side, when
fc by a Senator about a column
reporter. The column told
llraq menaces Jews, and listed
obtained at the Library of
ess Morton defended Iraq
Khali of the State Department.
kid Iraq "is keenly aware of
lommunitt danger" and that it
Incorrect to state that Iraqis
I S arms to kill Israelis.
Irti.n went on to characterize
[;- a vital anti-Communist out-
inked with the United States.
[v.,- done despite the April 25
,*r
Rabbi Irving tehrman
(ado my Offers
f.A. Sessions
Hebrew Academy will in-
for the current year a series
t\ A conferences, Mrs. Charles
ft president, announced.
hferences will cover the entire
b\. kindergarten through the
\ ade,
William Farr has been ap-
|nl chairman of arrangements
meetings, which will take
throughout the school year, in
of P.T.A. members. "The
meetings," Mrs. Farr said.
serve both the home and
'1 because the smallness and
|dliness of the group will en-
Ige discussion of the common
|M of the class. Even timid
Ms can be encouraged to par-
^te in such an atmosphere."
ifdule of meetings is Monday,
l. Mrs. Martin Genet, 4940
kkee ave.. kindergarten; Tues-
tN'ov. 2. Mrs. Farr, 3447 Chase
first grade: Wednesday, No.
fcrs. Ted Landesman. 2924
le a v e.. third grade; Mrs.
s Koch. 1446 Meridian ave.,
|b made; Thursday, Nov. 4,
[Daniel Yedlin, 562 Michigan
fifth grade; Joseph Zemel,
prairie ave., eighth grade.
play. Nov. 8, Mrs. Aaron
. 7532 Adventure ave.,
[grade; Mrs. Ted A. Selevan.
prairie ave., seventh grade.
Iraqi official communique stating
that "the Iraqi Government is
pleased to announce that the U.S.
Government has recently agreed
to supply the Iraqi army with mili-
tary aid unconditionally, devoid of
political obligations or alliances."
Last January, Iraqi Foreign
Minister Fadhil Al Tamali told the
Iraqi parliament; "Whoever called '
for peace with Israel would be I
guilty of high treason, and should
be hanged." In February, he said:
"The destruction of Israel will be
achieved only by a strengthening
of the Arab states." Zionists noted
that these warlike statements were
made by a leader of a government
granted free arms by the State De-
partment as a "bastion of democ-
racy."
Protesting the arms decision,
Louis Lipsky, chairman of the
American Zionist Committee for
Public Affairs, spoke for most
American Jews. Lipsky said: "Iraq
has been the most belligerent mem-
ber of the Arab League in the con-
Rabbi Lehrman Will
Serve With Mission
CINCINNATI Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. noted Miami Beach re-
ligious leader and prominent fig-
lire in the Combined Jewish Appeal
of Greater Miami, will serve as 8
mejnber of an extraordinary 35-
man UJA overseas study mission,
which will visit Europe, Israel and
tension ridden North Africa, to de
tarmine the 1953 need- of refugee
and distressed Jews in these coun-
tries, it was announced in Cincin-
nati last weekend al an emer
national report conference of the
I J A
Edward M m Warburg, general
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal and chairman of the mission,
said that the mission will leave
Friday. Oct. 29. and that it will
report back to the IJA's 1955 goal-
setting annual national conference
scheduled to meet Dec. 10. 11 and
12 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in
New York. Rabbi Lehrman. how-
ever, will join the mission in Is-
rael.
Rabbi Lehrman has been spirit-
ual leader of Temple Emnnu-Kl
since Aug., 1943, and is a member
of the Rabbinical Cabinet of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America and a member of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America.
He is also chairman for the
Southeastern Region of the Amer-
ican Technion Society. Israel's
principal institute for technical
studies.
The Mission's itinerary calls for
an initial three-day stop in Paris
to participate on Nov. 1, 2 and 3
in a Country Directors Conference
of the Joint Distribution Commit
tee and for arrival in Israel on
, Thursday. Nov. 4, to begin a ten-
I day series of consultations and
1 field trips.
tinuing war against Israel. It has
refused even to enter into an arm-
istice agreement with Israel. To
arm Iraq at a time when Arab-Is-
rael tension has been mounting,
and without a firm commitment to
make peace with Israel, is to forti-
fy and embolden Arab intrun-
sigeance and risk a renewal of open
hostilities."-
A defense of Iraq was also made
in connection with facts regarding !
Iraqi persecution of Jews. Morton
said: "As far as it is possible to
know, there are no Jews in con-
centration camps in Iraq." Fre-
quent mention has been made in
the Iraqi press and radio of the
sentencing of Jews to prisons and
concentration camps. The newspa-
per "Al Shaab," for instance, told
of how long sentences were impos-
ed on Jews for "corresponding
with relatives in Palestine and sym-
pathizing with Zionism." A few i
months ago. Iraqi police actually
seized Jewish passengers off a Brit-
ish passenger plane which made a
forced landing in Baghdad.
Jewish organizations have fur-
nished the State Department with
lengthy documented reports on
Nazi-like activities in Iraq. Copies
are on file in the Near Eastern Di-
vision which could have provided
with ample documentation for any-
one really interested in the truth
about Iraq. The material was sub-
mitted by the American Jewish
Committee, B'nai B'rith. American
Jewish Congress, American Zionist
Council, Jewish Labor Committee.
Jewish War Veterans, and the
Synagogue Council of America. But
the State Department chose to ac-
cept the Iraqi Embassay version.
A world Jewish Congress sum-
mar) of the Iraq situation shocked
nan; decent-minded persons. "A
Jew was sentenced to five years al
bard labor and another lo three
years because a scrap ol paper
with a Hebrew inscription from
the Old Testament was found in
their home. It was charged that
the paper was of Zionist origin
A 60-year-old Jew was sentenced
to seven years at hard labor and
fined 500 pounds because he had
received a letter from his son in
Israel. He died as a result of brutal
treatment received while in prison
Ten Jews were sentenced to
three years at hard labor on the
Continued on Pagt 12 B
The deed to a S250.0O0 estate located on the Gulf Coast be-
tween Gulfport and Biloxi, Miss., ha* been transferred to B'nai
B'rith by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grishman, of Biloxi. This is believ-
ed to be the largest single gift made to B'nai B'rith during its
entire 111-year history. It consists of the Grishman home to-
gether with a lot that runs 450 feet along the bsach front and
is 250 feet in depth, all attractively landscaped. Grishman
made the gift in honor of his parents, Aziiel and Chaya Sarah
Grishman, without any stipulations. Shown here extending
thanks on behalf of B'nai B'rith to Mr. and Mrs. Grishman is
(left) Philip M. Klutznick. president of B'nai B'rith.
Unique Luncheon Scheduled ai Di Lido
Nov. 1; Captain Jack Brass to Appear
Some reservations are still avail-
able for the "Getting to Know Our
Town" luncheon and conference on
Monday. Nov. 1. at the Di Lido
Hotel.
According to Mrs. Irwin Wein-
stein, general chairman of Com-
munity Education Month, several j
hundred luncheon reservations I
have been received from organiza-
tion members throughout Dade
County. The program will start at
10 a.m. and is scheduled to end at
3 p.m.
By popular demand Captain Jack
Brass, Israeli war veteran, folk I
singer and world traveler, will'
again headline the unique program I
planned for the entertainment of i
the women's groups
Captain Brass previously per-
formed before a capacity audience
in the Miami Beach Auditorium
under auspices of the Women's Di-
vision of Federation. He will make
a special flight from New York
city to appear on the program dur-.
ing the afternoon session. Captain
Brass is public relations officer of
the Hebrew University in Jerusal-
em and was a member of the first
Jewish relief unit sent from Britain
| to Germany to direct relief and res-
cue work among the survivors of |
Nazi concentration camps. During
World War II. he directed the first
relief project caring for children
of bombed out homes in war rav-
aged London. It was the first mercy
program of its kind in the country,
ultimately aiding thousands of
homeless victims.
Born and educated in England,
Captain Brass took an active part
in Israel's defense army in pre-
tatehood days. He attained the
rank of captain in the Intelligence
Corps. Many of his folk songs have
been recorded by major record
companies.
Mrs. Samuel Marks and Mrs.
Murray A Shaw are co-chairmen of
a special bus tour program sched-
uled on four separate days during
the month of November. "These
conducted tours will take organiza-
tion representatives behind the
Slsn.ey C. Myers
scenes at the various health and
welfare institutions which make up
the local Federation family of ag-
encies and will afford the visitors
an opportunity to study these ag-
encies in action." said Mrs. Wein-
stein.
Auxiliary presidents of these af-
filiated organizations are cooperat-
ing closely with Women Division
leaders. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, to provide in-
formative, stream-lined tours. The
tour-schedule for which reserva-
tions are being made at this time
include: Nov. 3. Wednesday. Mt.
Sinai Hospital, 1 p.m., buffet lunch:
Nov. 8, Monday. Bureau of Jewish
Education, National Council of
Jewish Women. Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau. 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
refreshments: Nov. 15, Monday.
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, tour of Miami Beach
Branch, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., refresh-
ments.
Announcements and complete
program schedule of the all day-
conference were mailed last week
to more than 4.000 women interest-
Continued on Pagt 12 B
Federal Republic Agrees on Claims Sum
Named President
(ry Zeit has been elected pres-
> of the Hialeah Miami Springs
1 Center following the resig-
of Jack L. Cohen, who was
to continue because of ill-
[Along with Zeit, new vice
lent will be Lester Kahn.
BONN (JTA) The German
Federal Republic has agreed, in
an undertaking signed in Sept
1952. to make available to the
Conference on Jewish National
Claims Against Germany, over
a period of years, the sum of
$107,142,857 wheh is par of the
$822!o00.000 reparations agree-
ment negotiated between the Is-
rael Government. West Germany
and the Conference.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. presi-
dent of the Conference and archi
tect of the reparations agreement,
pointed out that "Conference allo-
cations were not intended to re-
place local fund-raising or to re-
lieve or absolve local communi-
ties of responsibility for main-
taining the level of their assist-
ance to Nazi victims."
The Conference board of direc-
tors reported that out of the $9,-
000.000 granted for current use,
$7,035,000 represented allocations
for relief and economic rehabili-
tation. This sum was channeled in
largest measure, through central
welfare and communal organiza-
tions on the principal that they
"are best qualified by experi-
ence and organization to make
the most effective use of relief
and rehabilitation grants."
Countries to which Conference
funds will flow include Argen-
tina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil,
France. Germany, Greece, Italy,
Luxemburg, Norway, Sweden.
Switzerland. Uruguay and Yugo-
slavia. The allocations will be
utilized to assist in emigration
and rehabilitation and for the
support of old age homes, orph-
anages, kindergartens, hospitals,
health centers, special medical
aid and related purposes.


PAGE 2 B
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Molly Picon to be Guest Star at Israel
Bond Function Thursday in Miami Beach
\ '-.illy in honor of comedienne
Moll) Picon will he sponsored in
Front Auditorium, 10th
>i. anil Oei an dr Miam
sday, No* 4. in the
B< .n!i Couneil of State of Lsra<;
Bonds Mr- Lena Mintzes i- chair
man i th< group
thai day, Mi-- Picon, re
garded a- the Queen of the Yid-
lish -i....'. ill be .1 guest of the
Sponsors ol Israel, honor society oi
all women who have invested
mum ot si.ooo in l>n.<'l Bonds
Admission to the Auditorium
Thursday night will be through Hi.'
purch..... ol .i S100 Bond Then'
will he special sections [i
10 purchasers
Mrs. Mintzes rr\<\ nett Rolh will he master Ol cere-
monies. and pr "ill -t..rt
al 8 p m.
An peal to all citiren-
M...mi to give a- much
assistance t" Israel with
ment it the rr''~''n! time
was -ounded thi- week by A Levitskj : lerusalem, world I
. i
Levitsky, current !>
Israelite Center Slates
Talk by Friedman
N
idge Mil
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night. N
[Mrs I-
month tour ol the I'n
,. Miami
cial workers' n i I
to be
fiven '" ll
the Bmpn -- Hi
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l>o through tin purchase >'"'
I o with
pur
Worki rs al the Royal Palm Ho
tel heard Levitskj i xplain the
probk Israeli p
at present and the made
possible through investment capi
tal providi |h the -.>!< ol
l&rar I Bonds
Hi "a- introduced bj Mr- Monte
chairman "t the Women's
Division, Greater Miami Commit-
,1 thanked by Sosnmur Ueb-
man. Miami Bi'.irh attorne) and
member ol the Board of Governors,
Stati Israel Bonds
li. adquartr r- lor the Operal
have in'cn set up in th- Card Room
of the Royal Palm H
Mr- Selig told uorktr- that the
Operalogue will undoubtedl) in'
"ii. of the mo-t exciting events of
the season and I hope that all ol
:: take ad*antage of thi- out-
standing function to contact your
friend- with the message "f i
Guest ol honor will
ironoviu who will !>< pn
:; t Citj Bible.
- in Hi' G
er Mian with
nitt i : i
conimur..-> wide function
B
enjqmin B- Goldstein, C.p :
Nathan Siden, C.p.a.
announce fhe formofi.n of a portnerifcj.
/r ffce practice t Public Accounting
under fhe firm name of
Goldstein and Siden
Suite 1542 Alfred I. DuPont Building
Miami, Florida
Telephone 2 5136
Molly Picon
Mrs. Pelle Named to Post
With National Conference
l>r Jacob M t unningham, Flor-
ida regional director ol the Ni
tional Confen nee oi Christians
and Jew-, ha- announced the ap-
pointment ol Mr- Michael A Pelle
i associate director
Mr- Pelle i- a gtaduate oi Green
Mountain College for Women V* t
mont. and received her law decree
from Brooklyn La School In W8
she ha- served as managing attor-
I the district attorney's office
in Kings County, New York
lor of the women's Him
li wi-h Fed-
eration ii. 1952 and 109
In her new position. Mr- Pelle
will handle organization ol the
women's division oi the NCCJ and
will aid in proi I pub-
lic relation-
Election Scheduled
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will hold a rtional
and auxiliary meet i S inda)
v n t al 10 a in Elec-
tion ol plat
Compare
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with any other brand
4rfi0*l
. alogue to be presented Dec. 1 in
te of Israel Bond Organization
man Miami Beach attorney
vernors, Israel Bonds: Miss
of the Sponsors of Israel; Asher
Mi '' : Selig. chairman
' sion.
Insurance Forum Due
At Di Lido Hotel
Problems in the insurance field,
particular!) as the) affect the ho
tel industry, will be brought into
the open at an insurance forum to
be staged bj the Miami Beach Ho-
lociation Friday, No* 5, al 8
pm The meeting will t held at
the DI Lido Hotel
Moderator for the occasion will
!* Albert E Ossip, ol Ossip Insui
ance Agenc) ..nd it i- planned to
nt one or two insurance
adjusters to give the answers to
ol the more perplexing in
questions facing hotel
The insurance forum committee
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Schneiderman to Speak
Miami Beach Lodge B nai B nth
wjji hear Robert SchMidemun at
its weak!) luncheon meeting Tues
day, Nov. 2. 12 noon, in the Kloren
tint room of the Di Lido hotel
Schneiderman. who is national
field representative for Bnai
Brith. will discuss "Memoer-hip
i. Goals oi the Ensuing Year '
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Pf^CTOgER 29, 1954
*Jewlstfk>rldllan
LOBAL SHORTS!Marie Volpe Feted
By Symphony Club
PAGE 3 B
hf of 900,000 Refugees
ned on Arab Governments
|,ll D NATIONS (WNS)
governments were blamed for
Iplighl <>f 900,000 Palestine
refugees in a report issued
^eek by Henry R. Labouisse,
|tr ol the I'N Relief and
I \ [ency for Palestine Refu-
rho said that progress in re-
rating the refugees into the
., life of the Near East
I),,.,.,. "negligible." It will take
- before the Arab refu-
i along without relief
(one ol the main reasons for
present circumstances is the
Stance or inability" of the
government! to help their
compatriots, Mr. Labouisse
U,e i \ c.eneral Assembly.
Egyptian Jews Accused
Kpyinq for Israel
ImiiiN (WNS)The Egyptian
fcr> Prosecutor's office an-
l,, (| that it will demand the
penalty for thirteen Jews,
ilinu a woman, it intends plac
In;.! *oon before a military
ii |e ol having engaged
Bitarj and political espionage
according to reports
re from Cairo. Two of
I \lirani Dar, said to be
t: \nny officer, and Paul
are to In1 trieil in absentia
u.: reported to have fled
some two months ago.
;- Victorine Nilo, alias
lellc secretary of a British
i lirm in Egypt. Re
I reaching here from informed
fv- in airo intimate that some
|Jc\i- have been arrested in
and that the Jewish commu-
I is profoundly disturbed
[the fate of the arrested, many
ivere reported languish-
I
[ish Congress Honors
fcsh- Scholar for Rescue
l\\ YORK iJTAi -Dr. Aage
distinguished D a n ish
i. : i author, was honored
m here by the World
ess ;> n d American
for hi- participa-
ii dcrground op nation
i i ii hi. illy all of Deri-
Ji ws out of the coun
irider the nose of Nad
1 troops. Only 475 were
,-e b) the Nails and de-
. i ntratiOD camps. The
men, women and children, all
i ing imminent deporta-
' concentration camps, were
the narrow channel
| i lenmark and Swi den,
igh the ingenuity, active help
,.f the entire Danish
nkovic May Be Deported;
rt Rejects Killer's Plea
.-.MliNCTON UTA)The Su-
1 ourt last weekend cleared
a> for the deportation of An-
Artukovic, Creation Nazi col-
lator who played a leading
in the mass murder of Yugo
r. Jewry. The Court rejected
kovic'a appeal from a U.S. Cir-
ourt of Appeals decision that
102 extradition treaty is still
Yugoslavia is seeking to
Artukovic to trial for war
I against Jews and others.
pr Jewish organizations have
Ced the case clearly and sub-
Id evidence against Artukovic.
Army Secretary Addresses
JWV; Barr Succeeds Madisin
RICHMOND (JTA) Army S,,,,
tary Robert T. Stevens commanded
the Jewish War Veterans toda] for
its "impressive history of devotion
to the highest Ideals ol liberty,
equality and justice" and for he
ing "in the front rank of those who
vigorously oppose whatever and
whoever would impair our heri-
tage." Mr. Stevens made these re-
marks in an address to the JWV
59th national convention here The
veterans, in a resolution, opposed
the United States Government's
granting of arms to the Arab states.
They also called for the integration
of all races in the public schools of
the U.S. as soon as possible. Jo-
seph F. Barr of Washington was
unanimously elected national com-
mander of the organisation, suc-
ceeding Harry T Madison
Second annual Symphony Week
observance opened Sunday evening
at the Miami Women's Club.
Spearheaded by the University ol
Miami Symphony Club, the 800-
member organisation has designat-
ed Mrs. Claude Renshaw, the club's
first vice president, as director of
events, assisted by Mrs. A. Judson
Hill and Mrs. Franz T. Stewart.
The kickoff banquet honored Ma-
dame Marie Volpe. business manag-
er Ol the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra for "a half cent-
ury's service to good music."
Goldstein, Siden
Form C.P.A. Firm
Benjamin B. Goldstein and Nath-
an Siden. certified public accoun-
tants, have formed a partnership
under the firm name of Goldstein
and Siden Their offices are in the
Alfred I. duPont Building, Miami.
Mr. Goldstein, a resident of Mi-
ami Beach for the past ten years,
has practiced as a Florida certified
public accountant since 1948. He
also holds a C.P.A. certiiicate from
the State of New York, issued in
\ 1926.
A member of the New York Bar
since 1927, Mr. Goldstein was ad- children accompanied their parents
mitted to practice before the Tax
23 Korea POW's
Have Beach Holiday
A total of 23 Korean prisoners
of war enjoyed 214 days of Miami
Beach hospitality as guests of the
Miami Beach Hotel Association
during the first year of its free ac-
commodations program for repatri-
ated POW's, according to Samuel
A. Kivkind, president of the asso-
ciation. Each of them stayed at a
different cooperating oceanfront
hotel, averaging nine days per
stay.
Among the vacationing service-
men, there were 16 married cou-
ples, seven unattached, while five
Vishinsky Discusses Near East
With Delegate From Syria
LONDON (JTAi- Andrei Vishin-
sky, head of the Soviet delegation
to the United Nations, has received
the Syrian delegate to the UN and
discussed with him Syria's propo-
sal In the General Assembly that a
commission consisting of the repre
sentatives of the Big Five attempt
to deal with the Palestine problem,
a Damascus radio broadcast in the
Hebrew language said. A broadcast
monitored here said that Mr. Vi-
shinsky had told the Syrian dele-
gate at the UN that the Soviet
Union welcomed the Syrian propo-
sal and that it Syria wanted a "po
sitive reaction" the Soviet dele-
gate was prepared "te consider this
question."
Court of the United States, He is
now devoting himself exclusively
to the practice of public account-
ing.
Mr. Siden has been a resident of
the Miami area since his discharge
from the Navy in 1946. Since then
he has been in public accounting
as a C.P.A, in his own office in the
duPont Building for the past five
years
He is a former resident of Chi-
cago, Illinois, anrl a graduate of
DePaul University in that city.
Presents Complaints
Truce Violations by Arabs
PtUALEM (JTA) Israel pre-
I :i56 complaints of truce and
I't violation by Jordan troops
V:dtrees to Lt. Gol. Charles E.
ster. new chairman of the Is-
"rdan Mixed Armistice Com-
' as Israel this weekend re-
"i the MAC after a seven-
* boycott of the unit. The 356
aints concerned violations
kh had occurred during the pe-
of the boycott from last
In.
Stevenson Hopes Conciliatory
Proposals Will Be Adopted
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) The
hope thai "the important and con
dilatory proposals Israel ha- late-
ly made may point at least toward
direct negotiations with the Arabs"
was expressed here by Adlai Stev-
enson, former Presidential candi-
date and titular head Ol the Demo
critic Party, in a foreign policy ad-
dress Mr Stevenson also noted
that the British and the Egyptians
have settled the "menacing dis-
pute" over the Sue/ Can,,I. and ad-
ded: lint alter seven \eais there
is no peace between the Arabs and
brai l. ii..se fears are now aggra
vated by our government's plan to
arm hei Ai a neighbors
British Jewry Opposes
Re-Arming of Germany
LONDON (JTA) The Board of
Deputie- of British Jews reaffirm-
ed its opposition to the rearming
of either halt ol Germany and ex-
pressed "deep apprehension" at
the changes which will take place
inside German) and m her rela-
tions with the occupation powers
in the wake of the agreement ne-
gotiated with Germany at the re-
cent nine-power conference in Lon-
don. The Board resolution under-
lined the fact that there is "in-
creasing evidence" that well-known
Nazis are being given important
offices in the Bonn Republic. ^^
The Volpe testimonial had been
a well kept secret from the guest
ol honor since last August.
The group presented Mmc Volpe
with an inscribed watch and a life-
size portrait of herself. Dr. .1. F.
W. Pearson. University president.
paid Mine. Volpe a glowing trib-
ute for her 28 years of service to
the U of M orchestra founded by
her late husband, I)r Arnold
Volpe.
Throughout the month, more
than 100 children, from all sections
of Dade County, have been partici-
pating in a pair of Music Memory
Contests Winners will be announc-
ed Nov, 1.
The week long observance will
end with a large reception for Bar-
bara Gibson, firs! guesl artist on
the opening pair ol concerts at the
Miami Beach Auditorium Sunday.
(let 31, and Dade County Auditor-
ium Monday. Nov 1 The event will
be held on Saturday evening, Oct.
30 from 8 30 until 11 p.m.. at the
Student Club.
Normandy Camp Ends
Season With Bazaar
: Normandy School Music and Art
Camp climaxed its summer pro-
gram with a bazaar and concert
recently run for the benefit
of the current March of Dimes
drive.
Campers set up booths for games
of skill, the sale of food and the
sale of art works. A check for $151
was mailed to the March of Dimes.
In the eight weeks of the camp
[ program, campers engaged in
painting, collages, mobiles, ceram-
ics, etching on metal and copper
' enamel work. Highlight of the sale
was the auctioning of a head paint-
' ed and donated by Eugene Massin
who was in charge of the camp art
program.
The concert which followed in
; eluded Jill Huberman and Barry
Kaplan, flutes; Peter Bromer. sax-
ophone; Bobo Huberman, violin:
Bob Goldberg, maracas: Jerry
i Goodman, drums. The concert was
conducted by AI Carroll, with Jim
Curtis a-sisiing.
Woodwind sections were trained
by Buddy Murphy and the strings
by Victor Stern.
Host and hostesses tor the bazaar ,.u. an,i Harvey S Goldstein were
land concfrt were members of the appiau(Jed for their designed tropi-
cal patio at the
during their Beach holidays. Their
home states included Massachus-
sets, Alabama, Illinois, Georgia,
Florida. Tennessee, North Carolina.
Louisiana. Kansas. Wisconsin, In-
diana, Connecticut, and one party
originated from the District of
Columbia.
Highest ranking officer was a
Major, while six were Captains, an-
other a Lieutenant, with 15 non-
commissioned men among them.
The vacation program came
about upon recommendation of
Senator George A. Smathers after
discussions with the Hotel Associ-
ation, Rivkind explained. He also
lauded the cooperation of the
American Legion and the Miami
Beach Servicemen- Center, headed
by Maurice "Doc" Klein, who au-
thenticated their prisoner of war
status-.
Cooperating hotels included the
New Yorker. President Madison,
Rendale, Martinique. Catalina,
Royal Palm. National, Del Prado,
Broadmoor. Poinciana, Seacomber-
Surfcomber. Sovereign, Shore
Park, Johnina. Waves. Drake. Sea
Gull, Royal York, Vanderbilt.
Shore Club. Lord Tarleton, Atlan-
tic Towers, Delmonico and Sherry-
Frontenac. Night club facilities
and dining were also provided by
the Algiers, Saxony, Sans Souci,
Nautilus. Delano and Casablanca
Hotels
Landscape Company
Cited in Magazine
Art Landscape Co. of Miami and
Miami Beach was spotlighted this
month by special recognition in the
1954 edition of "Florida Architec-
ture "
Starting IT years ago with a bor-
rowed lawn-mower, Bernard E, Sel-
Groundbreaking Due
WASHINGTON Groundbreak-
ing ceremonies for the proposed
B'nai B'rith Headquarters Building.
sponsored by the B'nai B'rith Hen
rj Monsk) Foundation, to be i reel
ed in Washington, DC. will be
held Nov. 7. and a banquet will
follow that evening in the May-
flower Hotel in Washington. D.C.,
with Chief Justice Warren of the
U. S. Supreme Court as principal
speaker, as announced by Philip M.
Klutznick, president of B'nai
B'rith. ______
camp faculty: Mrs. Alex Younger-
man, in charge of ceramics; Mrs.
! L. Rusnak. arts and crafts; Stuart
Marcus, swimming instructor; head
councilor Irving Feinstone; Mrs.
Bert Collier, nursery teacher; Mrs
Althea Malchow. piano teacher:
'and Mi-- Edith Schwitzman. Mrs.
It. Piper and David Solovey, group
leaders
Mis Leo Huberman was in
Of the affair.
Children participating were How-
ard Simon, Paul Rosenberg, Billy
Prensky, Alice Jacobson, Tina
Goodman, Vita Shapiro. Elliot
Goldberg. Greg Saigh. Barbara
Stepner. Stacie Broida, Larry ROSS
Jimmy Samurin, Gordon Ross. Car
ol Applebaum, Jackie Jacobs. Joan
Wemstrin. Jerry Goodman. Marian
ne Youngerman, Jennifer Orin,
Bob Goldberg. Bobo Huberman,
Barry Kaplan, Dave Bromer, Nancy
Drozd. Cathy Prensky, Pamela
Rain. Jill Huberman and Peter
Bromer.
a} front home ol
Klivans. Di Lido
tlu- Howard J.
Island
Selevan also operates Art's Nurs-
ery on the 79th -t causeway
The Klivans' home was singled
out as top Florida example this
year ol a remodeled dwelling, its
original small windows and block-
ii walls having been replace,;
with wide French doors and sweep-
ing lines into the garden and patio
for outdoor living. Klivans, a for-
mer Philadelphia!! is an associate
with Jack Cameron in the Furni-
ture Mart here
Work by the Art Landscape Co
has been featured previously in
"House Beautiful" for landscaping
of the Bmg Kossoff home at 4444
North Meridian ave. Their designs
can be seen also on the grounds of
the Carl Weinkle residence at 5045
Lakeview dr.. and the picture land-
scapes at the Benjamin Kane home
on Bay Harbor Island.
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Early Exporations in the New World
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So *four o* OR-rUl*uSs.,
w*9 NAMIP IN HI* MONO* .
StTTl.fl** SOOH INTBOPUCtP
s'lrtAR A* A =*0*> 'N -TM NtW
WOULD ANp-
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FROSPfROUC "tMtV StSAN
TO OI*CARD TUCIK. FEAR* AN9
MI OVERTLY JKWI*H.
But -rue inquisition was im-
PORTID FROM SPAIN "TO HOOT
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Community Chest Reveals 51,225,000
Goal tor Miami; Local Needs Stressed
Dale Coun-> 1955 lommunit>

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speak or. My Present. Past
and Future in Sisterhood" at
Tempos Emanu-El. Ft. Lauder-
dale. Monday, Nov. 2. Mrs.
D long active in com-
s.sterhood work
:s c: rr.err.be: 61 Temple Israel.
Florida Author
Night Series
To Resume
Sidarr H. fa mt-
Palmer is Named
To Review Board
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ing this t pabil
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ted two sui
ir on horror
The t.*rn of review u compo.
Mr- Regin* L Mel .
: Walter E Head
I ." Miami Police Depart-
Madden. Mr- Ma)
Edm- nd- and Pai-
Painvr m and operate*
jalm^r- Miaau Moamnaral
beer, identified with
erne, fraternal and reiigiou-
rd a- pr-
.d for
ine ad a-
n Beth El
cutive terms He i>
Emur.ah Chapter Me
r past
he Miami \
Merchar-- Asaeciatna and active

He ne! b> the
roor Ered P Cone for
ndered to
rida H" aba receiv-
ed a citation and first award for
publicity on behalf of the Miami
Dram and Bugle Corp of the Amer-
'. which he a> fi
Bimce and publicity director.
I the
read.
S 4. at 8 30

-. April
-1 wi will be included
are Philip Wylie. author of the
best-teller "Tonon Henry
1 archeo-
tht Track of
" Nathan* N rsei Weinreb. '
ithor : The B^- and,
| -bli-hed Tht
Lucj S acher
-' ndsey
Hopkins \ Uonal H
rt Storj
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Song of RutJ

ander
rarpon
rd offi-
cer wr* u- p Treasun
people, and John I) Mac
Donald auth.ir ol th. new novel
"rar> Plea.-ure who :- equal-
) w.il knowr. j- novelist, science
fiction writer and authoi of njrs-
-torie-
This Utiai is a public -erviee
feature and i- free to the people
Us area
Miami Delegates Picked
To Attend Convention
I the
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: Pur
. tluence of
n the Emotional
Stab; hild
The a2t included ap-
rnent of delegate- to the Miz
rachi r.\er.tion begin-
ning No\ 7 in Atlantic Cft) where
) Bruce McDaniel returning director
of IS Operation- Mi--ion in Is-
rael, will be the 1954 recipient of
the annual America I-rael Friend
ship Award of the Mirrachi Worn-
Organization of America.
Mogen Dovid Opens
New Store on Trail
\ Id Kosher Meat Prod
f ilorida this week announc
ed the grand opening of 'heir aac
af 1MI S\V 8th st The
d< w ,,ir conditioned e-tabii-hment
is immediate!) adjacent to Ifanan
I>..\i.| Store No 1 t 1>87 on the
Trail
rdina to Harold Altman.
Wallace (ians and Harry Burke.
owners, the opening of Store No 2
i- -ihcduled for Wednesday and
Thursday. Nov. 3 and 4 featured
will be Kosher Wetern prime
fresh killed poultry daily
and delicatessen from Mogen Dov-
id'- New York provision factory,
of which Burke is director and Rab-
bi ''haim Welichan-k>. ka-hruth
-upen i-or
Altman. Cans and Burke reveal-
ed thi- week that Store No 2 will
remain open on Nov. 3 and 4 from
to 9pm Opening of the
M -tabh-hment wa- necessitat-
ed Mogen Dovid's expanding bu-i-
04 -- in the Greater Miami area.
\plained
U ( have pioneered here in
' quality ko-h. r meat and
poultry a' the lowest poible
price-, and we have been finding
it increasingly difficult to meet
the demands of local residents at
V> 1 alone "
Late-t plans call for their orig-
inal location to be u-ed e\c!uive-
Ij .i- a w' center with a
i r Plan geared for
... N |
will cater to th.' needs of the re-
-h.r market Altman reveal-
ed that t attending the
grand opening will be offered the
opportunity of having their chick
en- roasted free of charge on
M a Dovid*i new rati
and poultry
available will be free cole
r potato salad for purchasers
of delicatessen, as well as refresh-
ment-
V .en Dovid. which intends to
specialize in catering for all occa-
Meti"K in CaS
nualmeei -i*'
2?* ill
trial-, r'J-4
'board chairman .W*-.,
* hun^ 7 *
nation
HOW than 800 dt|M,
country will i
; bei^ of ,h. ,,,,,,na,"*j
'"rs W:!" !:^'-tJj
gram developmeati in^*l
the Onaiv probltms J
ganizatior. "<
A,u,'h' : tdJ
sembly. PresMteat rj,L*!
""* ,h- *enm?|
year-l.m^ natioo-wiai ^Jl
moral and -pintual ~-J
the Amerkar people m caj
to be held m -. Ea-tfj^J
White Hou-e on Wedaejan
10. at 2 30 pm
Pre-, n v. f^
kbe made | r>-j,j
mer Am' '^Coatf
Jame- oi behalf ef i narii
r' w..... BtraL latj
llglOU-
and water >M^|
active i rg taei
Past Masters Honond|
Hir
and \
annual P '^j
da\
-ion- penoafi
-*1*tl
-k>. -piritual leader f Betal
j Congrega- af BearJ.1
a member : the national I
commission nf the FUbtaid*
' cil of Am. r ca Mofes
also a mem!>
Kosher Butcher- Guild
Chicago Club Meeting
Chicago Club of Greater Miami
will rr let 31.
'he Pickin t'
- according
to an announcement thi- w
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LY, OCTOBER 29, 1954
+ ln*UHrkriHI&lin
Lggah Urges
Tens to Vote
Lsah. the Women'* Etoaial
_,',,,,', | America, 'his week
J,',,,.,-, its :i(Mi.oo membera
I,,,,,! the country, as well m
Terican citizens, i" exercise
L.i cherished prerogative fccrao Hi' right t<> vote
itement issued by Mrs. Dor-
friegpr Kink. American af-
Uiairman i Hadaaaah, em-
\n\ thai the organization is
Ujsan .Hid supports no poli-
-,i ly or individual candidate.
Cih was officially commend-
thc American Heritage
lin in the last national
P- for its efforts in bring-
|t the vole
Kink expressed concern at
rge number of Americans
L| to vole, as well as at the
fcr ol eligible voters who reg-
. those states requiring pre-
(n registration but then ne-
_j vote
these days of critical develop-
I (>n the national and interna-
scene. no American dares
k lu- right and his responsi-
|i(, p irticipate in the selec-
representatives who will be
[upon tn shape the future in
national and international
' Mr- Kink said.
PAGE 5 E
iw Radio Attacks JTA
>n Curtain News Reports
kliN (JTA)The Jewish
phic Agency has been at-
in a Yiddish broadcast over
l.ii-.,u radio for "spreading
Iabout the position of the
In countries behind the Iron
|n The broadcast alleged that
nek as in 1947. the JTA
kt ,m agreement with the
[Department to spread lies
i ed information about Jews
Peoples Democracies in re-
ll'ir American dollars." Ex-
it: indignation over the fact
Ihr JTA reported that Jews
land are being forced to be-
pvorkers in heavy industry,
oadcasl asserted that they I
liti.n the ranks of the work-
It h "enthusiasm."
ig Adult Dance
\r.i Adult Croup of Temple
i-EI will hold its semi-annual
pr-li p dance and cocktail
on Sunday. Oct. 31. at 8:30
In tin social hall of the Tem-
I ins I" Irving Scherr.
lent On the planning cum
in Bob Stone, Dave Gold-
Berald Rothbard, Paul Kwit-
fobbie Graboyes, Sue Shep-
pioda Rubin, Paul Silverman.
Karp and Alice Umans.
ION-FATTENING
DISSMTS
Now you tin ill ill He
-, you want wltaeet
ittiae. let. GUAHAN-
IE ID NOMATTININei
Ul* It on th, l.bl. In cookig.
Suqonne
AT ALL FOOD ITOStf
I Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
FOrt $ roara
Jewish Trade
a. w. wi
f* /or the 2-Sto*y Whit*
Building
rmond Monument Co.
'ARKERS $40.00 PLUS
FKMETERY CHARGES
[Sun Joys Mmhm 13^249
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro (right) discusses with
Cantor Philip Brummer, of Temple Emanu-El. arrangements
for a series of three concerts by Cantor Brummer to be held in
public auditoriums under the auspices of the City of Miami
Beach through the winter season.
Symphony Preview
Series Opens Friday
First musical preview of the
University of Miami Symphony
club's winter Preview Series will
be held at 11 am. on Friday. Oct.
29. in the Woman's Club.
Mrs. Harold Davis, preview
chairman, has announced that Miss
Barbara Gibson, featured guest ar-
tist on the opening pair of concerts
Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, will be guest
of honor.
A program highlight will be an
illustrated talk on the flute by John
Bitter, conductor of the iiniver-
sitv of Miami Svmphony Orchestra.
Edward Clarke will again mod-
erate the entire series of previews,
held on Friday mornings preceding
each pair of concerts.
The one-hour program on Oct. 29
will also include a panel discus-
sion. Participants appearing will be
Miss Gibson, Bitter. Clarke. Mr-
Charles Moon, Edward Ireland,
music critic, and Mrs. Marie Volpe.
business manager of the Univer-
sity Symphony Orchestra.
It is expected that Robert Strass-
burg. Symphony Club musical lib-
rary committee chairman, will pre I
sent several scores to Mr. Bitter at
the opening affair. Donors of the
scores will be announced at that
time.
Mrs. Claude Renshaw. first vice
president of the symphony Club. (
will open the informal preview ses-
sion. Luncheon and a social hour
will follow the program. Mrs. Au- ;
See or Phone M#
NAT GANS
Mi. 3-4*16 4-9*81
Utt INSUKANCl MUDS
, Metropolitan lift Insurance
1907 Biscayne Bldq., 19 W. Floqlei
brey (i. Ifaguire I- preview social
hostess.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MiTli'i: IS HEREBY (ilVKN thai
the underalgned, den ring to engage In
l,ii-in,--.s under the flctltloui nan.....i
NT-WAY PRODCCTS COMPANY,
No! In. ,.i|,r;it.-,i. ,,i 6502 N.W 7th
Avenue, Miami. I la., Intend to res/la-
i. i mid name with the Clerk of Hih
i'ii.mi Court i,f l'ml,- Countv, Florida.
fJEORHK I. Rl'RTCH
WALTER MILLER
THEOnORK .1. KAK< IWITZ
Attorney f.,i Applicants
922 Seybold Bldg
Hi L'L'-.'H 11/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalffned, deairlng to engase In
buaineaa under the flctltloua name of
KENT LL'UUAOE, al S3 N.E -ml
Avenue, Intenda to register said name
with the Clerk ,if iii- i'ii. no ("hum ,,i
i i.hi,- County, Florida.
MIAMI THINK AND BAd
COMPANY I mi';
by: STANLEY MAI.I.MAN.
I'., -i.I. in
b) : ROBERT I LEWISON.
Hei retarj
ROBERT .1 LEWIHON
Attorney for Miami Trunk and Bag Co
|U -."--: I I ,1-'
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
414 S.W. 22nd AVI. Ph. 4-5860
Have your roof repaired now: you
will *ave on a new roof later
Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the underalgned, deairlng I" engage In
biudneea under the fictitious name "i
ABU MARKET, al -'! 7IhI Street,
Miami Beach, Flot Ida, Intend to n -i--
.1 name with i he Clerk ..i I hi
i 'ir. iili Court of Kill. County, Florida
BERNARD It. HOLDr INflEH
AI'IiREY ESTHER HOLDr INUER
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Al loi in \ for Applieanl
ISO Uncoln Road, Miami Beai h, I la.
|U -". 11 3-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173693
AUDREY HAUL, Plaintiff,
vs.
.lollN HALL, Defendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
You, John Hull. Oeneral Delivery,
Yaeser, Kentucky, are herebj noti-
fied thai ii lull for divorce hai been
in..I agalnal you, and you are requir-
ed to aervc copy of your anew, i on
Plaintiff's attorney, Claude M. Barnea,
in E Fuurler Street, Miami. Fla., and
file the original In the office of the
Clerk "f Circuit Court !> or before
Ihe hid "lav of December, 1964, In
lefaull "i which the complain! will
i taken .i- confeaaed agnlnal you,
I >.,!. .I .il Ml.lllll. I Mile I "OUntj I- I'll -
Ida ihi- Mth day of < ictober, 1954,
B. II LEATHERMAN,
as Clerk of Chvllit Court.
By WM. W HTOCK1NO,
Deput) Clerk.
] II 29 11 -13-19
DEPENDABLE OOMESTIC HELF
RELIABLE DAY WORKER!
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
S7 N E. 5n Street Phone 904O1
AL MEIDENBERQ. Owner
LONG-DISTANCE
MOVERS
DAILY PICKUPS
New York, Mew Jersey, fh''"-
del.hio, Bolrtmore, Wo.hinglon,
Albany, Borton, ProvWenee oil
other points.
DIAL 5-7147
RETURN LOAD RATES
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
655 COLLINS AV
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 173703
SA.MI'KI, I. 8TEIN, Plaintiff,
\'s.
I'Al'LINE 8TEIN, Defendant.
TO: PA CLINK STEIN
-,i Bai -mil Btreel
Brooklyn, N Y.
You are required to aerve .1 eepy of
,ur anawet to the BUI ol Complaint
,, Divorce on the ptalntlfr- ittorni y,
and t" file il"- orlslnal anawei In tne
office nf the Clerk ol the Circuit Court
....... before the *9th daj of Novem-
ber, a n ISM; othen-lae, ihy Bin of
cnuilaiiii f.'i l'lv..i.e. heretofore [lied
herein, e/lll he taken .1- 1 onfeasad b)
Dated .11 Miami, Florida, this the
"* ^B^LEATHERMAN,
Clerk "t the 1 'In ull Court,
i>.iii,- Countv. Florida
By: M '' OREKN,
iCIrcull Court Real) Deputy Clerk
Name and Add 1
Plaintiff.- Bollcltoi
MILTON A PRIEDMAN
1023 s, >bold Bulldlrw, Miami, Florida
in _, 11 5-11-19 ______
NOTICE OF mWOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
The partnerablp conalatlna ol Harrj
oeman 1....." Roaenberg and Sophie
1:1 uisli......... bualneaa aa tllfl
Mouse. 109 i-: Flasler Bl Mian
i- is .-.i .111.1 the afi 1
!.,.,, Roaenbers and Sophia BlaiMti n
longer connected with the hurt
.ml will not be raoponalble rot
,1. ho in. 'H ii"1 bj -.mi ompanj
:,f,..r 1,. i,.i..-i l-t. ISS4.
I" :: 11/4
^PRODUCTS
fjUNE
'Bed BUTTER
MARGARINE
7 \6tray4f
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAO^
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 173584
(JEOROE HENRY AHRAM8, Plaintiff,
\ -
Ri ,-i: \ \ l.i: VMS, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: ROSE \ ABRAMK
-- Hi. k- Street
Hrooklyn, New York
\,, are herebj notified thnl .1 lllll
,.f Complain) for Dlvon ha* be, n
Mld nsalnai you, and you arc
..I to serve .1 copy of your Answer ,.r
Pleading to the Bill of Complain! 011
the plaintiff's Attorney, III.MO M
CAIN, -"'- Weal Flagler Street, Mi
1, ml, Florida, and file h.....rlglnal
\n-w.i in PleailliiK In the office "i
the Clerk of the Circuit Court .......
hefore the Mth das "f N1.vei11l.e1-, IM.,1.
if you fall t" iio so. Judgment by de-
fault ill be mkeii agalnal you for the
r.li.f ilen.....ded in the BID of Com-
plaint, .
Thl- notice shnll published once
each week f". four conaecutlve weeka
In THE JEWISH htiORIDIAN
[(ONE AND ORDERED nt Miami,
Florida, this :'ist day of October, A.l>
i: I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
imiI. County-. Florida
By I! M, HAWKINS
(Cinuil 1'..ill I S.-.il) Deput) Clerk
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
'M- w.-st Flaglet st Miami, rla,
in : 11 i-lt-19
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 25067
RE: E8T \ti: OF
JACK M BRAHAMH I ..,.,-..I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la herebj riven thai i have
filed my final report and petition f,.i
Flna 1 Dlai hu re .- 'urator and I !xi
.,, x ..1 in, eatata of JACK M.
BRAHAMH, deceased and thai on the
null da] "f November, I9M, will ap-
,,|> to the Honorable W I" Bl *N-
n IN, 1 "ounty Judge ..i I lade I mtj.
fui approval of mid final re-
i.i t .mil for final dl* hat Be -i
.iioi- ami Executrix of the Eatate ..f
JACK M BRAHAMS, de, eaaed
Thl -"'h daj -f ('. ("'" r, 19 .1
MARY l: BRAHAMS
ind Km-, ui 11\
BERICK, SHAPIRO ,v- FRIED
Attornevii for Curator and Executrix
10 :: : 1 13-11
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
Ti 1 ALL Ti 1 WHi i.M THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, ORKETINiiS:
H'heieaa,
THERRIEN A HEYMOCR,
MIAMI. I I.ORIDA
BETTY I .-i:y\|(HK.
MIAMI. I Lt'RlH
EDWIN I- CARR,
mia.mi. 1 i.< :: 11\
BERTHA M. CARR,
MIAMI. CLORIDA
lid on the ,th day ,,f September, A.D
"',:., .1 ii-,- to be in. 01 poi ate 1 undei
the |inn iaiona nf 1 'hiiptei MX, I loi Ida
Statutes, MARINE ELECTRONICH
i:i.si:ai:cii CORPORATION.......
poratioii. wiih its principal pin. of
bualneaa nl North Miami, Dade Coun-
ty, in the State of I lorida, and hen -
ns the proper officers of auch corpor-
ation did on the 1Mb dn> of I k-tobe
a li 1964, 1.ui-,- t.. be filed In the of-
fice ol the s. h rotary of State of the
State of Florida, dul> authenl .'
1,solution adopted by the utockholder*
under the provlalona of aald Chapter
(08, Florida Statute*, nhowlni Ihi .1 --
solution of aucb corporation,
.\'..\i. therefore, the Secretary* "'*
State doea herebj eertlfj to the fore-
n.1 thai be 1- aatlafled that the
requlrementK of la** bave been roin-
.... 1 with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto eel ms hand
and have affixed the rjreai
Seal of the State of Florida,
.it Tallabaaaee, the 1 "apil il,
this th,- Klcht.-iiih da)
1 1. i,.i.,. A 11 1951.
K A. CP.AY.
P--. retarj of State,
ISEAL)
I" '_"i .".4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY mvi !
the underalgned, dealrlng to enfaare In
bualneee 1 11 let Ihe flctltloua n ime of
M ,v \S r \\ ERN, .11 13304 N XV'. Ttli
Avenue. Miami Dade County, Florida
mi. mi- t,, regiati 1 -.ml name id the
Clerk of the Circuit Court "I Dade
i 'ount]. FI01 i 1
.1. it HERZtai
WINIFRED HERZOO
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Appllcanti
y.]\ w Flatler st Miami. I I 1
I" 39 11 S-13-19
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
F,le 51646
Noil.,- i- hereby irlven that
NATHANIEL W SIEOEL, I.....
aaaignee ol Cltj of South Miami Tax
sal,- certificate Numbered ".. dated
the 2nd da.i ( June, A.D 19 haa
fill .1 aald 1 vi tin. .,! in mj offlci and
iis made application foi tax deed to
i--H thereon in accordance with law
Slid Certificate embracen the follow-
ing ,',-, i ibed 111......' ty, i i ted In
i-.i.i County, Florida, to-wlt:
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en of South Miami 1 'ounl 1 ul
1 >ade, State nf II 1 Id
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under tne I >t llflcati aam .1
Ihe name ol ISCS DONALDSON I'n-
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thereon on the l-t daj of December,
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PAGE 6 B
Jei*tncrA&*n
IRlDA^OCTo^
29.
Extract Of Rabbi Irving Lehrnian Remarks On Communi*
(EDITORS NOTE: Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. spiritual leader of !
Temple Emanu-El. addressed the
Civic League of Miami Beach OB
September 20 Theme of Rabbi
Lehrman's talk in the Hickorv
House was "Methods of Combat
ing Communism The spiritual
leader has lectured and written
extensively on this subject The
Jewish Flondian herewith pub-
lishes excerpts il Rabbi Lehr-
man's remark-
When the architects [ the Rus-
sian revolution out their
communist state th. Ct was
to declare w BT MI n ligi r. and ac-
tually the)
their Lrn
How d u d
n
..--.
nent. with a
,. ted man in
'
humai P-,r
by thi
a tyrai
-hip with th-
livid
\mer-
n the im

in the
[ religion II
ed in the heritage of the Judeo-
ChrtJtian tradition which teaches
the Fatherhood of God and the
Brotherhood of man. which preach
tl equal justice for all and the
p| of brotherhood a- the most
potent force in the achievement of
human progress
\ wonder then that we find a
I divided into two hostile
mps or. ti. com-
an, t>r..i. "n
the othei Dei

ibver thin "ur
en
with this : ; mUs'
r""r c"m
I
-
ar judgn
k be
od it i- record which
f, r Th. democratic and
bol I deai are
. rnu-t be alert and
. -, afford to
be cor But neither can we
fed in hy
(
tena
The Bib in ancient
the children of Israel
returned fl 1H Itarted to
d their Ian I their lead* i Ni
h man car
rv w.th him two 1Mb a ^P-de
,th which 10 build, and a sword
with which to defend himself from
ttacfc i t his enemies
I believe that this is the pattern
that we in America mu-t follow if
our great American tradition i^ to
survive these difficult days We
must be prepared with the -word
We cannot afford to Ik- ,
blind and mnocenl bul we mu-t
bIm remember thai you cannot
build : negativism A hu
man being or -h..t Uvei
lick Demo
. i : an chann<
ur e,,, and hat
. .. ajed thai tasl
mr unique
. il our
would want more than for
.......ii surren 1
-nn- .. par) i t our democracj We
maintain our
., the true in-
eration is'pre-
rihle indictment of
Irish pint More sub
in "ur enmitie- than in our
lovi
We know il sll of u- The revul-
sion against our fears and hatreds
.,n.1 ..izajn-t those vho have used
| them for political or economic ad
- mounting throughout
I the countrj W ..inning to
thai re for Aroerii
all tha' America mean- cannot be
n ti rms of m<
t tl nion If ''
to survive as a fsee peupie wa must i
return to. positive preschin* of
th< ideals and principles on which
our precious democracy is founded
In this period of stress and
strain we need calm headsso that
we do not lose sight of our goals.
When our fathers promulgated the
Constitution of the United States
the foundations of our gov-
ernment and our civil liberties, it
was not in a time of security and
. ase It was also a period of dan-
u. r -tress and strain The whole
Am ncan nation consisted of some
million people scattered in a
along 'he Atlantic seaboard.
To the weal were hordes of ungov
Indians to the north was
the might of Britain and in the
south and southwest were lands
he dominion of France and
Spain All looked scornfully and
with contempt at thi< new puny
power Within the land itself lived
large number- of royalists who re
I ;h' n cent rebellion against
the King of England as a gha-tlv
mistake It w ,, nation weak, pit
iful. exhausted by war that adopted
barter of freedom and a pro-
r, of civil liberties, for the
great minds and souls who founded
our democracy understood the im-
portance of positive thinking, and
building upon Godly ideals in or
der for the future to be secure
The) did not seek to live by hate
The) knew that America could sur-
vive only bv strengthening the
morale of the Amen,-
bu.ld.ng on JoCS?,^ ,
racy, love for ^T '<*sj
man. and Wf^^"1 b*J
Today t.H. the mo,t llam. N
tt wh.ch we have ,. **>
*" ** morale 0fT,w
People i ha,, .',**
American P-,.p,e w.'^*
have learned thrown i-J
how to hve togetbL*Hi
rh,r *fii
EL1 *v3
united A;,,. ,npeople_^
,hl- "l American fL
- nd camaraderie .w\,
Communi.T. .71
menting uni .yj
ing -.
cion. b) in ymg
group -( :
again-' i
let then,
our tirsi
with thi .'
acy iii \ ..t bet.k
ing of coi Ii nee and good
within the America
; a strengtl
wav of life !
1(1 "llr greaterns-
to the call of the churth mti
ogue Thp most pat,*,
pon against i mnrai
devotioi : j. ouj fy
and rnon .. .-
of th' tpiritaall
Americai
Food Fair Makes 75-Pint Blood Gift
To Mount Sinai; Deposits Reach 592
which eventual!) d to in
in this 'I orcani/a
I
km i ii dubs.
nd institutions which now
i blood bu k il Ml Sinai
Hospital an Burdine's Department
Ston '. \ :. Knighti
Fn the Algiers Saxony, and
when Sai Sou Hotels l.udman Steel.
Since 11
ord- :
12 pin)
Florida Pow r I i South
Miami Beach
N lonal Brands. Tav
lor Co Hotel Greet
\ I iUllll l>f
Vanet \ Hil cui M.-onic
Hospital execut.ve ci;rec-
resents a
I Fail Stores.
.od Fcir
" ft is Dr. Marcus B. Cirlin ch
ma: e. Looking c i Dr.
Bervamin r ? rector oi the Gre
Mi
Romney Heads GMJCC
Activities at North Dade
:: i
-
f ih-
at
r the A|
as staff ad sort thi Young
Ireater
ng adult organiza-
throughout Dade County
Romnev i nei to Miami
Br-ickton. Mas-, where he-
r of youth activities w.'h
th-- YMHA He iate I with
the Brockton Y for th< pa-t three
sears A graduate of Syracuse Uni-
versity, he later received hi- Ma-
ter degree in social group wort
t' Boston L'niversitv
In previous years, he tn active-
; I I TV Technicians
i n 123
"' S rson all Food
ble t.i par-
.....
tO the
n when he is on
KMM other
i em
Private bank b>- I tuition on
Bank in the
cheek" which
revi iled
I Hospiul k officials in
that < plo;.....: r.....I Fair
.1 ,, total
f the 5U2 dm

nplori M.....I don-
Da vk: : o scone j
hit with local thea-.-e 3b(
hi | "-
Brock
being
more Playhouse .- -|
rent!-.
rate Roorr.s The I
ccmeci.
Fair


'
.

lttmri tommey
elude a p ithletk direc
tor at tamp Tevya and camp di
Rev. Ullrich to Speak
At North Shore Function
Mrs i heard I
who I
Israel and
the Middle East represent I
of the American < hni
' '....." e. will

th SI / .. |.
I Mn don I elchuk
of I
I llrich who u th,- spiritual
' ot the Robertson Men
I Reformed Coi
""" "' ndre.....i ov. i .
his return from i-r.,.-! rhe
with the Br.K-kto,, v dav "u-'"n ill take place on Wednea
daj rnaht No> 3. at the North
-shore Jewish 'enter
the <- immunity and
their own chain of -tores in this
:-. de
our blood i> i re
.. ,.r- su it llr
< irlin at .. meeting of the blixnl
bank i in former
were required to go long
distances to 'he hospital itself
Now th up quick
' the northernmost
boundaries of our county, in the
western suburbs or fsscssrat tfea
ion dema nation of
Wood I- it, t single act of
..i. perform for his
fellow man and Food Fair em
! commended for
their imsoifiah co,.pration in mak-
ing avsilablo to indigent persons
their most recent gift
camp
Professionally. Romnev is jifu
lated with the National Association
of Jewish (enter Workers Amer
S A Goodman a past chairman
ofUKGreatci Miami Zionisi Youth
( ommissinn and for mmi -- -
-iciated with the Inter-Colleg- ,can Association of Group Vorfc- active in all pbaaasof Zwoul ril
iate Zionist Federation of America f and the American Camping As m this r,,mm,. ,, *
and Hi.le, Foundation. ,s many sociation. He and his wife. Lanor. \ Z> 27"*\T T"
years of camping experience in- now hvp in Ul:irn, \ mmm work ,or T* morrow "
now live in Miami.
Hebrew Reading Group
Hebrew Reading Circle was form
ed at an organizational Histadruth
Ivnth meeting Saturday in the
home of I 7. Stadlan First regular
meeting of the group will be held
Mondav NoV 1. 8 p m at Kneseth
I Israel Congregation.
MuSitri :u>tures
Heath Branch Of
i
i
Greater M i :
Cent-' :
I
;
.
third i
Th. V -
first hall
right end I
it 6 ii :
in the ,
II...... '
Heclr r 3'
! Bother .,
rrTll
Bob I
make thi 14
Mike G
maketh
In the ; ^^l
' beat Sab! I *?
50 yard B I Ben
Leav.tt pass r.ar the
1 first half
The o hi *fTi
edge Reb,,- B I *%
*came in the peni "J_
; Alan Wolk lagged Ed *^
\ hind the goal Usw <~
vl,4- IS*
. Late in the game. *< .
ithe clincher a- ht"
'end for 15 >ards to esd I


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*JMIkxJdlkin
PAGE 7 B
U Seefcs Emergency 50 Million
NATI The wind-up p
Ithc United Jewish Ap-'
54 nationwide campaign
r,.,l in la>t weekend as
, 750 dc-leRates reprcsent-
,iKn units in all parts of
L took part in the UJA's
t National Report Confer-
ee Npthcrland Plaza Ho-
,Ccelerate the drive to
JOO.000 in cash before the
L.i uric adopted. Sam-
Itaroff- chairman of the
cabinet, disclosed that
jjews in the Near East,
Morocco and Tunisia,
In-at need.
pni figures in American
lj, public affairs, among
lator Estes Kefauver of
, I Labor Minister
|erson Congressman Ja>
|v. ol New York and Is
lassador Abba S. Bban,
I he conferees in sos-
i, an with a meet-
Appeal's top-level Na-
opaign cabinet.
|, some of them rep-
ilic largest L'JA-affiliat-1
Ijn (he country, had been
bring community checks
Series Scheduled
^centenary
cMin- iii a series of lee
Itin Tercentenary of Jew-
Im-nt in the United States
liven by Louis Lasavin,
nf |he Workmen Circle
fe.|j SW 3rd st., on Tue.v
In Nm 2. 8:30 p.m.
I : be continued on
| iys at the s a m e
|v 2 I' cture will include
ieryl Morrison Horn
itivi poem, "Ken-
\ Schwartz. Hosts
I re Mr and Mrs
E 0 P E N S
Ida/, October 28th
ed on his recent visit to Kurope
and Israel. while Congressman Ja-
vits, speaking at a session Sunday
morning, discussed the need for
continued aid to Israel.
Ambassador Eban. also recently
returned Irom Israel, Mrs. Myer-
son. a founder of the new State, I
and I)r Goldmann, all of whom ad
dressed the conference Saturday!
evening, reported on the new!
refugee problems confronting Is-
rael as a result of the increasing
Jewish immigration from North
Africa. Since Aug. 1, the UJA has'
helped close to 4.000 North Afri-'
can Jews emigrate to the new'
State.
Mr. Warburg, the Appeals gen-
eral chairman, who presided, re-
ported on the progress oi the
special loan which the UJA has
been raising since Jan, 1 alongside
its regular fund campaign. The
I loan, being conducted entirely in
with them to help meet the Ap- behalf of the Jewish Agency for
peal's present urgent requirement Palestine, the UJA's principal ben-
for $50,000,000 in cash The cash j eficiary in Israel, has already rais-
fund is being sought to cope with ^ (>[ S6300000Q an has
a growing refugee emergency in
Vizcaya Rates Baduced
Shaxmq Art We*k
Dude County residents and. visit-
ors will have an opportunity to
visit Vizcaya, Dade County Art
Museum, at radically reduced rates
for one week starting Sunday.
The regular admission charge of
$1.75 will be dropped to one dollar
for adults and 50 cents for children
from Oct. 31 through Nov. 7.
The lowered rates have been au-
thorized by the Dade County Com-
mission in recognition of American
Art Week sponsored throughout
the nation by the American Artists
Professional League.
Twenty rooms containing rare
European art treasures will be
open to the public in the great
house, which overlooks Biscayne
Bay at 3251 South Miami ave. The
$13,000,000 estate includes 10 acres
of formal gardens with many foun-
tains, pools and statuary, and 20
acres of subtropical woodlands.
LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES
2J02 N.E. Znd AVE. Phone 3-7791
z-
North Africa, where 30,000 Jews
have appealed to agencies of the
I'.IA for switt help m emigrating
to Israel. Dollars are needed in ad-
dition to provide winter welfare
aid for 90.000 recent immigrant
newcomers to Israel.
Senator Kefamcr. who address-
ed the final session of the Con-
ference Sunday aften.....n report
North Dade Dance Due
Sisterhood of the North Dade Jew-
Lsh tenter will have a Hallowe'en
barn dance on Saturday, Ocl 30, 9
p.m., at the (enter Authentic- hill
billy music will be furnished i>>
the Walter Johnson Family String
Hand I hairinan ol (he atla'.r is
Mr Prank Hackmi yer
had the effect of considerably sta-
bilizing Israel's nionetars situation.
BANQUETS WEDDINGS
BAR MITZVAHS, etc.
Ac-c-ommndatlnB 1 ti 1000 People
Strictly Kother Kitchen
I "ml. r Rupei \ ittiun <,f
Rabbi Joseph E, Raeko\ sky
Call Saul Herman. 58-0811
iiumoTEiff.syKr
OODLES
Fine. Medium, Broad
Tempting... wholesome.. ?
delicious...real home-mode
flavor! EconomicalII
lv*.>
If THE BAKERS OF "OVEN CllSf" (UNSAITED) WATZOHS
Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC.
14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866
Coffee Shop
i
NEW HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
i% now mode with the best 1954
NEW CROP HONEY and RYE FLOUR
No Fat Sugar or Syrup Used
IT IS NOT ONLY DELICIOUS BUT ALSO 000D TOR YOU
MY \ LOAF TOBAY
Distributed by
COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 N.E. 30th St.
[^PR.*lJJ0lUMRft
IT'S TASTE THAT COUNT!!
Chez Leon
Restaurant
Trench Cuisine
Leon Abondance, Proprietor
128 N.E. 1/th Street
Miami, Florida
:
BROWN KASHE
is so tempting. A tally, nutritious
replacement for potatoes, rue,
beans, and other side-dishes.
Protein-rieh /ess falfeiunoi
DELICIOUS NUTRITIOUS THRIFTY
eVCNWHM. CirS tO* "MAI AND fUOP'NG*
LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES
F.. 2nd Avenue Phone 37791
NICK & ANTOINETTE'S
RESTAURANT
CMJCiNA
CASALiNGA
Real Italian Home Cooking
1624 N.E. 1st Court
Phone 82-9375
Compliments of
l<:il IIASKEVK RESTAURANT
. On Th" Trail
Specialiiing i.i Corned Beef and Pastrami Sandwiches
3727 S.W. Sth STMET PHONE 83-0856
GRACIE'S
ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
H0M COOKING MU TO 60#
Lasagne. Ravioli
Manicotti m Special Pizza
Michael Covone & Son, 518 N.W. 54th St., Miami Fla.
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Knrollment Slated
Anruai enrollment of member* -
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will be held Nov 1 to 15 in elemen
tar> and secondary schools, of Dade : M
Ml public private and
parochial schools hare been invited
to participate, according to Paul ~;'
en, Miami distnct manag-
er (or Southern BeJI Telephone
Bj and v.iucteer ehaurnan
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In Surfside Race
Bm I of 9040 Ba>
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Thorna- superintendent of public
-^ction. and principals of
the goal will be 100 per- \"
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W -qual or better la>*
*hen 90 407 tuden'
- ere enrolled. Mc
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d ar.d are designed to help
rea develop into good ci'
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service to children overseas, to hos- s-r> '
pitalixed veterans to servicemen.
and to adults in local institution* -
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prepared broiled pepper- ir. a gla peci-. el N .'
be thopped cacumber :*t or crock and cover *:- hot
all and let stand in vinegar sotation Let
venuglr Sait the aifht at leat I meats
- raalai nad if that is *ed poultry or cold when
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r~OCTOBER 29, 1954
+Jewisti ihrkMan
JGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE 9 B
ImiAMI JEWISH CENTER
priday evening services
n, Late services follow il
| ducted by the Cta
under the direction m
|TlK Rabbi Alfred Wax-
h mi the topic:
[_,. Righteous in His Qtm-
Shabbat lollowing
.. ted by Mrs. Helen
, Saturday morning
|j,r,. ,,i ii a.m., with Rabbi
issing the Weekly
Junior services at 11 a.m.
Inducted by Jack Katzker.
i 5 30 p in.
[DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
t,j, evening services at
L iturday morning serv-
I in with Jerome B.
officiating. Sunday serv-
L- H a mi with daily serv-
,. lor 7:30 a.m. and
IJACOB CONGREGATION
Fndaj evening services
with Rabbi Akivah
i Saturday morning
|, > y. M) a.m. Stephen,
and Mrs Howard Holtz-
i Bar Mitzvah. Rab-
I ddress the confirm-
1 hi Weingarten will
Y ii al portions of the
y is at 5:15 p.m., fol
Seudos. Rabbi
the Weekly For-
L CONGREGATION will
(Mini::: services at
. morning ierv-
in Rabbi Shmar-
I ill officiate and
i me: "Making of
Human Rainbow, Class
i- al 4 p m Mincha will
:> : bj Shalos Seudos.
thel l.utman will render
^ai portions of the liturgy.
TFILAH CONGREGA-
hold Friday evening
[at 5 45 p.m. Saturday
pervices are at 8:30 a.m.
eph Hackovsky will offici-
reach on the Weekly Por-
1:30 p m., the Rabbi will
delinquency." Mincha is
followed by Shalos Seu-
i. concludes the Sabbath
al ii 1)0 p.m. Daily serv-
t 7 3(J a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
*
kTH ISRAEL HEBREW
TE will hold Friday eve-
al 5:30 p.m. Satur-
|i services are at 9 a.m.,
I i.ic Ever officiating
I on Ihe topic: "The
II Kiddush will tot-
al 5 p.m.. followed
~> lidos, Kmanuel Lebo-
host. Daily services
|; and 5:45 p.m., with
t cea at 9 and 5:45.
TOWN SYNAGOGUE will
evening services at
Saturday morning serv-
t 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Arie
III officiate and preach on
r'l.ife's Holiest Purpxse."
nlmud will precede the
8 am. Class in Bible is
tor 5 p.m., followed by
id Shalos Seudos. Mr. and
pammer will be hosts.
ices are at 7 a.m. and
GABLES JEWISH CEN-
P> 'Id Friday evening serv-
f3 l>ni. with Rabbi Mor-
uficiating. Subject of his
! scheduled as: "Jews.
lews." Saturday morning
b-e at 9:45 a.m. Cantor
kbinson will render the
"itions of the liturgy.
>P Will discuss: "Noah
?"iis Man." Howard Can-
P Mr and Mrs. Saul Can-
y liar Mitzvah is .sched-
P"v 4, will officiate at
fi the junior congrega-
JR GRANADA JEWISH
PTY CENTER will hold
piling services at 5:30
Rev. Leo Heim officiat-
) morning services are
"hen Rev. Heim will
discuss tb" Weekly Portion, Min-
cha will be at 5:30 p.m followed
by Maariv. Weekly services arc
held in the chapel.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening service- ;,t 5:ig
p.m. Late services will begin at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morion Ms
lavsky officiating and discussing:
"How Worthwhile i- Life Oneg
Shabbat following will be under
the sponsorship of Charles Fidel-
man, president. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rab
bi Malavsky discussing the Weekly
Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow will
render the liturgy. Mincha is at
5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Sen
dos.
*
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening erv-
ices at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning
services are at 8:45 a.m. Rabbi May
er Abramowitz will officiate and
discuss the Weekly Portion Can-
tor Edward Klein will chant the
liturgy. Mincha is at 5 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv. Daily services are at 7:45
a.m. and 5:30 p.m.. with Sunday
morning services at 8:30.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narol
officiating. More than 100 new
members will be welcomed Sister-
hood will sponsor a reception in
their honor following services. Sub-
icci of Rabbi Narot's sermon is
scheduled as: "The Tercentenary
on the National Scene "
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services al 5:45
p m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Henry Wernick will
officiate in the absence of Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and discuss the
Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip
Brummer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Daily serv-
ices are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and
5:45 p.m.
*
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday-
evening services at 8:15 p.m., with
Rabbi Malcolm Sparer officiating.
Members of the congregation will
participate in the liturgical read-
ings. An Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Saturday morning services are at 9
a.m.. with junior services sched-
uled at 10. Rabbi Sparer will
preach on the topic: "The Wash
ing Marhine Age in Relation to
Family Life."
*
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Fnda>
evening services al B:80 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate. Subject of his discourse is:
The Leaders <>f Our Generation
Cantor Berele Kelemer will render
the musical portions of the lit-
urgy. Class in Mishna is at 4:30
p.m.. followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos.

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m. Class
in Bible will be held at 4:30 p.m.,
followed by Mincha at 5:30. Shalos
Seudos and Maariv at 6:10 p.m..
will conclude the Sabbath observ-
ance.
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Sylvan Lebow. executive director
of the National Federation of Tem-
ple Brotherhoods. Honored will be
visiting delegates to the first an-
nual convention of Temple Men s
Clubs in the Southeast which opens
Saturday evening. Oct. 30. at the
Monte Carlo Hotel. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 10:45 a.m., when
Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Sater, and Steven Jay, son of Mrs.
Mae Pavlow, will become Bar Mitz-
vah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services al
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning MTV
'cos are at 9 a.m. Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitl Will officiate and preach
<>n the Weekly Portion.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services al 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Abraham Herson will officiate and
preach on the topic "God's Secrel
Melody cantor Albert Glantz
will render the musical portion-, of
jthe liturgy A,, Oneg Shabbat will
follow, with a -surprise' feature
scheduled. Saturday morning serv-
ices are ai n ,, m. Sermon topic Is:
"The Rainbow."
*
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry
Okolica officiating and discussing:
"George Washington and the
Jews." Cantor Maurice Neu will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy, assisted by the choir un-
der the direction of Lucille Moore.
Saturday morning services are at
9 am. when Rabbi Okolica will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
services are at 7:15 am. and 7:15
p.m.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi David Sha-
piro officiating and preaching on
the topic: "The Meaning of the
Rainbow." Cantor Joseph W. Malek
and Ihe Temple Choir, under the
direction of Rev. Mordechai Haal-
man, will chant the musical por-
tions of the liturgy Services will
be dedicated to the Bar Mitzvah of
Melvyn Greene, son ol Mr, and
Mrs. Fred P, Greene, scheduled
for Saturday morning al i a.m. A
reception will follow l>r (lenient
Geronemus, president, will present
the Bar Mitzvah with a Bible.
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:20
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Ale.xandi r (iross
will speak on the topic: "The Tow-
er of Babel in Modern Times." Min-
cha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Sunday services will be at
8 a.m. Daily services are scheduled
for 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
4 *
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
with Rabbi Jonah Caplan officiat-
ing and discussing: "Man Builds
His Own World." Cantor Abraham
Seif will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy and conduct a
class in Bible at 4:30 p.m. Mincha
is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv.
Accept Chairmanships
For Palsy Tag Day
Mrs Herbert C. Modes, ol Miami,
and Mrs Jerome Rubin, of Miami
Beach, have accepted chairman
ships of the Women's Division of
the 1954 Tag Day Campaign of the
United Cerebral Palsy Association
of Miami, it was announced this
week by Mrs. Harold Finn and Mrs.
Bernard Deutsch, of Miami and Mi-
ami Beach, respectively.
"Because Cerebral Palsy is an
enemy which strikes directly at
families and homes, and could
blight the life of anyone of any
age, this campaign is of prime im-
portance to womenthe mothers
and wives whose daily lives are so
constantly and inseparably inter-
woven with those affected by the
condition," they said.
"The fact that every year 10,000
babies are born cerebral palsied is
a vital concern of every woman,
and their maternal instincts of pro-
tection and devotion are compell-
ing influences for attracting the
support of all women in the Tag
Day to be held throughout Dade
County on Monday, Nov. 8."
Course in Hebrew
Course in conversational He-
brew, sponsored by the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah. will be
given Louis Schwartzman. execu-
tive director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, in the card room of
the Promenade Hotel on Tuesday,
NJoi 2, 10 a.m. Mrs. Oscar Sindell,
| coordinator of education, and Mrs.
Barnett Beckerman, co-chairman,
[ are in charge of registration.
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[OCTOBER 29. 1954
LEGAL NOTICE _
lnoer fictitious
JS11&k6?**rm tiui
flmi "
i, ii m. ii..- a
. | street, Ml-
i ,mi with

in I of I'ml'
, i>|i ;\ai'i I: i: .mi
"piciNAI-oHK, Hli Wife
i,i. .1 I"'1
,vy I I.OUKNTINK ..ml
,., hkKNTINK. HI Wlf.
r^M.xN .v KAI'l.AN
1
I
I ________
LEGAL NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS IIKKKHV OIV'KN tli;it
i Ins i" encage In
Li,., ih. n. titloUK ii.mi.- of
l\M Ml \N HOTEL, .ii 18801

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|i I 'ountj. I'la
1.1 iiailii- with th'
hi Courl "f I'ail.
II
lila
i, i.irrKit
[,V oK ISAHORE LIFTER
|.\ I I.IFTBR
e UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS MKREHT GIVEN Hull
gni'ii '! -" Ini to encage In
pilrl ' , fictitious name of
>i: ii Mil. CASUAL, in
ii. mis to register
Kith " !,,. Clerk i.f the Clr-
tle i'"iintv, I'll.ri II.Wi HOWARD. INC.
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 28954-A
i:i i:ntati: ok
\ \tii.\N RtiKN, Iuti
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FiSal
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i~ hereb) Riven lhal I have
rued the final ,,,...,, .,
h in.ii lilHchai ge hi Kxi il.....r the
I.......I NATH \\ HORN, .,------------1
mill thai on Hi. i..Hi ita> of N
' r, I9M, i arm apply ... the n..,.,.
able H FRANK bLANTO.n
.In.Ik.- of Dade I 'ount) I li>i ,|., ,,,
approval of said final i rpoi I and fm
i.n.il diacharce of MoKKIS HoliN anil
CLARA HORN, s Kxei .to,. ,,r ,|.
of NATHAN HORN d.
Phil tii day of i irtobei, .1
MORRIS ll'i||\
KOVNER *. MANNHKIMK.lt
Attorney! f..r i ..
J2-29
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY t'.IVKN thai
Hi.- uiiiii'isigned, desiring to engs
bueinens undei tin- fiinij..ii. name nf
HT TE I'lVK AND TEN CEN I'
STORE, al L'.u s W mi, HI Ml.....i.
Intends to reglnter said name with u
Clerk ..I the Circuit Court
i 'mints Kim lila
BENJAMIN >\
WEINSTE1N, WE1NSTKIN
WEINHTEIN
Attorneys for Aaplli snl
<20 I.,ii. ..In Koail
1" 8-13-22-29
li.nl.
ROHM
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS IIKREBY OIVEN thai
Ins to .in:.if in
Indi ihe flciitlou* name of
Hi iMKS. 1(1 Qlralda Ave .
, Flu Intend register
:. i '|el k of the i'Ii -
l i.i.i, i ..nil i. I lorlda.
Il \ i:i. ii ILLAROLLBTTA
[i:i,i:s TEMLAK
I! I.KVINK

|E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I- HEREBY fJIVEN thai
. i ins to engage In
pri I- r Ihi i let il ions ii^iiii* of
I HKAI iM EAR. il 1451 N W.
i ... Ida, Intendi to
th the Clerk of
i '.ni. i 'ount).
kit, IM*.
nole
S MANDLER
A .if hi,
a HT"! Ids
o ner
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
REBY CIIVEN 'I. .1
rlns to engage
: HiliiUf name
iN -i;i:VIi'K STATION.
a y .. !, ... \iia tin. i-'i.i .
ii name lih it.-
|t i '"in i ,,f I i.i.i.-
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
The partnership consisting of Leo
Lichtman snd Batty and Bam Kaaper,
doing iiiiNineaa Flamingo Dress
Shop, mi Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
hat been dlasolved snd the aforesaid
Betty and Bam Kasper are no longer
connected with the business snd will
noi be responsible for any debts In-
curred bj Bald company sftei October
lath. : l i
10 tl il
NOTICE UNOIR FICTITIOUS
. .,., NAME LAW
,,^""; '' HEREBY IIIV'BN thai
ige n
I.I S I l> -. | \\ | |rtB_iBI
:!:;;, ,':\!:/ ">
"cw.Bi.W -m'",:-........
11 .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A-18585
\"TI' K is HEREBY OIVEN thai
HEYMOl-H. ZllKER. hol.lel ol Kits
of North Ml iml It, t Kali
'"Irate No || ,| ih,, ,U| d(1, ,,,
v igust a H 1952. hat filed -..... In
my offli .-. and nan madi application
'"' ," las .....i i" i laaue I il......n
's..... .ilili, .,,,. .....,,.,,,,. u. follow-
ing (Ii Its ,1 prtipert) in ilir IViunty
"i Dade, Stale ol hlorlds, lo-wll
Lol ', Bit* :. Mi Kulfoi .1 B) The
Sea s.. k Plal Hook 10, Page
. In the i'Ii, ,,r North Miami
lleai ii. Count) "f Dade, State of
Kloi Itls
Tii' i nl "f ssld property un-
der the utld certificate wan In the
me oti KAML'EL M. NOECKER,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M.TIITS ,b MKHKHT WVKN ,!,,
he underslgfleO*. aertrfng [ii engage In
II
huaineHg under the fictitious nami of
UU1CK LI'NCH, al 17 N W, Kli -i
Street, Miami. Intends i" reglal.....
name uiih the i'l,ik .,r the Circuit
i "in i ,.i i >adi i "ounl hlorlda
i-ki.hiami RIVERA (aol owner)
HENRY M CAIN
Attttrne) for Applicant
i W. F1 iglei HI Miami
10/X-IS
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY rilVEN thai
Hi.- mill, i sil-ii. ,i. desiring i" engage In
business under the flctltloui nun,- of
ALIESS DISTRIHI'TORS, SI 1811
s \\ ji-i Tei rai Intend i" i
a Id name uli the Clerk of thi ('
cull Court "i l lade Count}. Florida.
EDWARD Al.l'Kl:
QEOROE .1 .1 ESSEL
10/8.15-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
..vwriTi: is nt*l.-:nj-":ivi:.\ that
i he imif, i algnea, desiring to ens
under i he fli i it i<. is name of
BRl IWNSVILLE I iRI I; BTI IRE, at
1836 N W :ti I, Ave Intenda to
i,i aald name with the Clerk "i the
iii. mi Courl of I lade I "o ml Kloi Ida.
WARREN W. WELTERS
boli iwner
ROBERT M ni'.i.lll.
Attorney for Applicant
fteybold HIiIk.
1(1 li-22-29
TR
Illl'S-
deemed
I certificate shall I... re-
irding to law, the prop-
erty described herein mil be sold to
th. highest bidder at the Court House
door no the first Mondn) in the month
of December, 1954, which i.- the 8th
daj of I.....ember, 1954,
Dated tiiisi jii'i, ,|.,v ,,, October, 1954
i: Il LEATHERMAN,
1 ieik of i'iri nit Court.
I '.nl.- i 'ounts Rorlda
Bj X BTRRRETT,
ii Ircult i 'mn t Heal i I lepul > I ierk
10/21 11/5.12-in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name "i
Oil r at 1417 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida, Intend i" regis-
ter the sai,i n.mi.- with the Clerk "f
the 'ir. int Court >( Dade County,
Florida
Hated al Miami Beach, Florida, this
llili Da) "f October, 1954.
LEO OELBER
EDITH T BCHWITZMAN
in 15 :.':'--: n ".

-I"\ BALABAN
UNDER FICTITIOUS
h LAW
Kl BY OIVEN thai
.....gage in
lln i- name pf
- KVICE ST \Th IN, It
il ml la a. Ii. l-'l"i -
Maid name with
. t '"in t nf l lads
: v OOI.1 i.M \N
. HOLDMAN
'
ii B< a. Ii. l-'la.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHKKV 0IVF:N that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name "I
i ORAL (JABI.ES SI 'HI 'I. SI I'I'I.V.
at 158 Mlnon a Avenue, Coral Cabli -
Intends to res itet said ni...... with the
Clerk of Hi.- 'In ull Coui i of I lade
'ount) r*loi ill i
I'lill.ll' SI'KROW, I
SIDNEY i:i-'I:iiN'si.\
Attorney f"r Applicant
7": Bin syne Bldg.
I" I 1-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring > engage In
undei the fictitious n
SCREWBALL BAR A- CLUB, al 2200
.N.u. 27th Avenue, Intenda to register
nairie with the Clark "f the i ir-
riiit Court "t Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS BAIN
ROBERT M. DEEHL
Attorney for Applicant
905 Beybold lililit.
1 1-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i" ens
business under the flctltloui nai......f
.11 I.AM-: OUT SHOP, at 1783 Bl -
. a) ne Blvd intend to register said
[name with the Clerk of ii"- Circuit
I Court of Dade County, Florida
.ii'i.i-: o. iow11
JAM-; o. HOLMES
KESKLER r OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
its^' W. Plagler St.
in 8-15-22-29
K'RCUIT COURT OF THE
: > l C I AL CIRCUIT IN
OADE COUNTY. FLOR-
|C SCE RY. No. 173519
|i ,l> -i.i:. Plaintiff,
k'NER, Defendanl
BY PUBLICATION
I KNER
\ I el.....
Nev, York
.| I -I I.. s,.| \ .-
lo ih.- Bill of
i a nun Allot ne) .
.. in I Answ > r in Ihe
I'l N "1 this I '"111 I "11
Ih day "f Novembar
he Complaint fr
filed sgalnst you
nfeaaed i'^ you.
Miami, Florida. HiIn I9tli
i: i'. U) sdi i 11 LEATHERMAN. k, Circuit Court of Ii County, Florida JOAN CiHIIN'iiYI Deputy Clei k I'SS "f It
i: nip IIII. \ > 1 INS RuHdlng
i 12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1/3092
JKSSIE \\ ll.si >N, Plaintiff
\ s.
KFJNNETH Ri'Y WILSON, Defendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in KENNETH ROY WILSON
Address unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED In
set % a copy "i roui snswei i" the
complaint for li\..... filed hi rein
on plaintiff* attorney, RICH tRD
KRIEOBR FINK, 112 Congress Bulld-
Mlnml, Florida, and t" file the
ni Iglnal In 'in offl.....f Ihe Clerk "i
the above Court on "i oi fon I he Ith
Novembi r, 19 i ol hi i Ise a
iii be enti > 'I agii Insl you.
DATED; 'Ins mi da) ol October,
K II LEATHKRM \N. Clerk
Bj i. snef:den,
Deput) Clerk
|0'8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33570
In It.- ESTATE i IK
JENNIE SI I Kit.MAN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! ami All Persons Hav-
ing Clal....... Demands Against Said
l-M.it.
You, snd ,.i,h of ion are hereby
notified ami required t" present any
l.thus ami demands which you, or
either "( you, ma> hsv< against the
estate "f JENNIE SHKRMAN, rte-
. is. ,i late of I lade < 'ount] Florida,
t" the Honorable Count> Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the Count} Courthouse
in bade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date "f ihe
first publication hereof. Said claims
a demands t" contain thi legal sd-
of ihe .-I.imii.iit ami ii. ie irworn
to and presented ii* aforesaid, "i same
w ill be barred Set Sei I Ion 7:: It oi
ih,- 1945 I'i'.li.it.- A.i
Dati k'tober 25, a I I9S4
El'OENE I WEISS
\ Adm n hi rat or of Ihe
JENNIE SHERMAN,
I i ,-.! s,..|
I" :". 11/5.12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 33505-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
SARAH MAIti'I's', a/k/a
SALLY MARCl'S, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am Creditor! and All Parsons llav-
lnK claims i.i Demands AaTalnst Bald
state.
You, nnd each of yon, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims ami demands which you, or
either of you, may have .-iKainsi the
state of sahaii MARCUS a k s
BALLY MARCUS, deceased late ">
Dade '.....ity, Florida, to the Hon.
FTIANK B DOWLINO. County Judge
of Dade County, snd file the same in
his nffi,-.- iii th,- County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within .-icht
calendar months from the dale of tin-
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands t" contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will l. barred See Section 120 of the
192.1 Probate Act.
Hate August 24, A.D. 1954.
JULIA WALLER
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
SARAH MARCUS a/k a
SALLY MARCUS, Deceased.
STANLEY CAIDIN
Attorne) for Administratrix
in B.15-22-29
ItiRCUIT COURT OF THE
th judicial circuit in
dade county. flor-
[CHANCERY. No. 173553
Hi KN, Plaintiff
'"II EN Defendant
E BY PUBLICATION
Ml\ I'H'EN
S"i m York,
III HEREBY NOTIFIED
inplalnl f.-i Dii.....
HSl \ nil in llu- .,l,\ >
and you an hi --1
' cop> of \o'ii Ans-
i mplalnl i i Plain
nd file Ihi original
ol Ihi i-i.-i k of tin- Clr-
'........ i he Wth ii -1
then* Isa I '
ii a ill I,.- entered
i
i i published on'
- "lis,-, nt i\ ,- w ,-eks
|w isii i-i.i miiuA:v
Miami Florida, this Wth
Dher II i
LEATHERMAN,
' i cull i 'nun
"> R M HAWKINS
..,, ... I Smut) Clerk
*"VER ^ MII.I...Y
' I'laintiff
Hiuiding, MLuni. nu Ua
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 31128-B
RE: CST VI'K OF
ROSE SINOKR, IH-iensed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
m i i'Ii '!: Is herebj given thai I hsve
rile,l m) final report snd pelllkin for
Final Ms, h.ut.- a- Ancillary Adminis-
tratrix of H.....st.......f ROSE SINOhR.
,l, ,s,,i. and lhal on ihe iih das "i
November, 1954, will sppl) la the Hon-
orable lYank Ii Dowllng, J ount!
Judge "i i i.i.i' County, Florida, [or
approval "i s.,i,i final report snd for
final discharge s Ancillary Admlnts-
tratrix of the EaUte "( ROSE sim.-
i:rt, deceased ,.,
This 21*1 dii* "f September, 1954.
THELMA S1LVERMAN
Ancillary Administratrix
OEOROE CHERTKOF
Attorne) for Ancillary Administratrix
]ll.'8-l.",-22-:'!i _^___
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bushtesB undei the flctnious name of
(' \ltnl. CITY C tBH -'' -N '- ''"'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
the undei sium-.i. desiring i" enga|.....
business under the flctftioufl name ol
BID'S BAR, at -'7-':' S.W. mi, Street,
inti ml to register si< d name ^ Ith Ihe
rlerk "f the Circuit ''"int ol Dade
County, ll.....la
SIDNEY MEDNICK
si /.anm: ME1 i.N'lCK
MARX FABER
.Minim-i lor Applli lints
Congres* Bldg.
in 22-20 11 ".-I-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fJIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
. s undei i he fli I ll lou> name ol
SHI IRES BAR, at 11T11 \ K S.....nd
Avenue, Intend : lid ni......
with the 'lei k "f the I i ull Courl of
l i.i.i-- i 'ount Hoi id '
U4.;i iKOE M. TUTLANK, JR.
OF:i 'ROE M Tl'TLANK, SR
Sola Owners
HENRY M CAIN
Attorm | i"i Applli nnl
:';,|s W. Klagli I SI M iml, Kl '.
-
Tl
St
No Miami. Intends to i
,.i,l name with the Clerk of the i ir-
.iili Court of Dade cmuy. H"' W -
DAVID H Mi'ii-i' i'avis. Owner
M \l. CN'Cl.ANI'I'l:
ittornej far Applicant
/-'--" ._______________________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30619 B
Kl- ESTATE OF
NO^C^OF VNhTg- TO^AKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
N'iitick Is h.-i.-l'v given lhal '?
I report snd i- """ '"'
nlstratrix '
filed in> final rei
nal I 'l-ih in-
na-
't- of Michael .--
Thi* 22nd dm) ,',-' i" *,", "Vi"--1*i.i-:ie
KOVNBR MANNHKIMKK
Attorney tor Admlnlstrato*.
I 11/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 173202
i: \ YMi i.M i' 'i h iK and
In ilti iTIIKA PAt'LINE '' M il\,
Ins wife, Plaintiffs,
\ -
EVELYN M TRACY, el Slfl,
I lefendnnts.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Evelyn M Tracy, a single woman,
and.' If mai 11, 0, Thomas Klrby,
her husband, and if so married,
then known as Mrs, Thomas
Klrby
;;n ivnfleld Itiiail
Rochester, New V.,rk
And if the s.uii Evelyn M. Tracy
lie dead, her unknown heirs, de-
vlsees, legatees m grantees, snd
any nnd all persons having or
claiming any right, tltls or in-
t.-r, st B) or through the above
named person, or through her
husband, if married, and all par-
tie* having or claiming any right.
title or interest in the following
described real proper!) situate,
h ini; ami being in l "ade County.
I loi Ida, to-wlt:
The FJaal Half of the Easl
Hall "' Trai I I' I" "' k
I-..,,,- i ii. TAMIAMI ACRES
plat No. I, .....'i'1"; to the
Plal thereof, rei orded in Plal
Book 8, ai Page nv ,,f the
Public Ri i ord "i Dade Coun-
ty, Fl.....la,
vor and h;ach OK YOU an
| notified lhal a Bill of Complaint
i Title the above real prop-
,rtl has been filed as ilnsl you, snd
ion are hereby required to segthi s
f your answer "i pleading n>
.,, HENRY M CAIN, Attprni >
Hntlffs, IMI West Flaglei
Mi mil Florida and to file the
.nil answer or pleading in the
office of Ihe 'ierk of the i Ircult
i'oiiii on or bef..... Ihj r-th da> ol
Mnvembei 1964, otherwise ths allega-
,i,., conulnad In -.,,.1 BUI of Com-
plaint will be taken a- oonfesaad b]
'"listed al Miami. Dads County, Kia..
*" ""' tokB^LEATHER4MAN.
Clerk "f the Circuit court
I>ade Couiiiy. Florida
By M .' (1RRBN.
,Se'ill DgsM I i-'k
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 173061
MARil utKT BRILL, Plaintiff,
\ s
jack BRILL, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: I \''K HRII.L
il'1 Prospect Avenue
Mamarnneck, New York
TlH" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill "f i '"ini'laiiu for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are hereby required t" serve a copy
of your Answei n. the I till of Com-
plaint on Plaintiffs attorney, and to
file the original Answer in n- office
,,f the Clerk "f the Circuit Court, on
or bel..... the 2nd day of November,
1954; otherwise, the all. nations of -aid
Hill of Complain! ill be talon a
fessi-,1 against you.
Dated t in Ith day of < Ictolii r, I9j4.
I-: i: LEATHERMAN.
Cl.-ik of Circuit Com t
B) l' 'AN '"' 'l RNI iYF:R.
1 i'|,ut \ i *|.-i k (si i
OEi IROE I T M.I v.M 'I'l'. ESQ.
Attorney for I'laintiff
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beai h, Fla.
IO/8-l.i-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring in engage in
business under the fictitious name < BBA s.M.MtT SHOP, at 2it Miracle
Mile, 'oral Qables, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clark of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BEATRICE OALST, sole owner
10/8-18-12-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 33766-B
In It-: ESTATE OF
JACOB W. HIEOEL, also known as
Jscob Wolf Blegel, also known a.i
J. W. blegel, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and -Ml Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified snd required to pr.-s.-m any
, iann- and demands which you, or
either of >ou, may have against the
estate of JACOB w SIKOEL, also
known as Jacob Wolf Blegel, also
known -is .1 w. Blegel, deceased late
,.f Had.- County, Florida, to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Had.- County,
ami file the same in their "iii.-.-s m
the Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, uithin eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and i" be sworn i" and
presented . be barred.
Date i i.toi,.-i ". A 11. 1954
- I 'ARL W SI Ell EL
As Administrator "f the Estate "f
Jacob W. Sieajgl, also known as
.i.....I, Wolf sieu.-i. ..is-., known .is
.1 w Slegel, Deceased
myf:rk, heiman & kaplan i:-.i-.
.. n Heybold Building, Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Administrator
1" H 13.22-29
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_FRIDAY,
State Dep<
Continued from ?
Washington
officers now in
Divisj^j
artinent Cloaks Iraqi Persecutions
_______ ,,r, Jo** mtawHjr. OtteatiM, a. p* .rnnu--l up charge, shocked the tan* from ^
""'"" i i u r effort .""nsl I- failed Nation*. On one occasion. dulk.h IhrahimT
basisoi .,n .negation that Ihej had non ""' ^ifators oi the pro |oT '* ^ j^ of (h|l ,,,,,,, in 1951. such hanging wu earned embasSJ Th, BiJ*;
danced the hora. a Palestinian Nazi achon ..,,..,,. i,, .,n Jews out despite the intervention of the!delivered t*r ,
,.,. BnlWewUB tenet ol Na was uch hd ... chj n u*""Tg
An Israel diplomatic official said ,,...,, remalned Iraq even able I.....t...... hav 1 d brati As,t.mb|y Hotllh^Sl**^
that 2.THM. I,-.,.,, Jew* were impri* to ,-,. ,,. AH their proper!) in Iraq (,,nfrj'A> ,mDI M ___ ,"'"1 '> Wwhitf
oned. "many tortured and mm *''' ^ r-.M>i .d rige.....d The hanging ol Jew. ta ll Ambassador Koua. ,, sha- ,,,,,, "
killed.. Jews had been arrested government in ism* aoo| i Baghdad ori bandar, in a recent address m Near Eastern!
on suspicion of being Zionists." {openly vengeful attitude toward its | publw jquan
More recently, the Baghdad radio__________________
sought to brand American Jews as -------------------------------------------------
Communists, and stated th.it M<
Carthy is distinguished bj his in-
tense aversion to Communists and
Zionists." This same Iraqi broad
cast, on April 15. said the Arabs
welcomed the Republican adminis-
tration's Near Eastern policj "with
less attention being paid to the in-
terests Of Israel "
Arthur Lourie. deputy director
neneral of the Israel Foreign Mm
i-tr>. described Iraqi foreign min-
uter Jamali as known admirer ol
Hitler's policies Lourie said. "The
voice ol N.i'i-m has. tor the first
time, been heard in the United Na
lions." He said Jamali's admira-
lion for Nazi principles in the late
thirties was "notorious and pub-
lic."
During World War H. when al-
lied fortune- were at their lowest
ebb in 1941. the Iraqi arm) staged
. pro-Nazi revolt Present leaders
ol the Ir..>; ment, and armj
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He applauds the bank that maintains
a strong capital structure in ratio to
deposits ond loans and a bank
that refuses to court popular trends
if they're financially unsound.
bank must put the
safety of its depositors' money and
honesty in its broadest sense
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Maps Weekly Program
Tifereth Israel Xorthside Center
will hold a congressional meet:
Monday evening. Nov 1 at 8 3o
pm
Cooperation in fund rafcaag
methods for the (.'enter construc-
tion program will be main theme of
the meeting
Tuesday evening N 2. at 7 30
p m youth of the Center w ill hold
their weekly YPL gathering to
discuss plans for the toting **
-on. according to Larry ban
president.
scheduled is a games partv
for Weiine-day evening. Nov 3
8 30 p.m.. at the Center. 6500 North
Miami m Proceeds are for the
crhoods program dealing with
bui ding beautifieation
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