The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lumber 44
,rn Home Kmpty-Handed
,rs Disappointed by
e of Dulles Meeting
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
TA) A delega-
major United
tanizations, which
jhington last week
>f State John Fos-
ss American Mid-
irturned to New
led.
.of the delegation
|ir disappointment
protest meet inn
Hi' auspices of the
Committee for
American to make pledges to I*-
rael and not to keep them It ex-
poses Israel to Arab attack on all
sides and provides arms only for
aggressors. It isolates the State "I
Israel from the defense of the re-
gion. It leaves Israel without the
genuine sponsorship of the West-
ern Powers and beclouds its cre-
dentials in the United Nation, By
Heiman is Named Chairman
Of Combined Jewish Appeal
Campaign in Greater Miami
Sam J. Heiman, vice president
and secretary of "One Hour Valet,
Incorporated." and well-known
civic worker, has been selected to
lead the 1955 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign, it was revealed late
this week by Stanley C. Myers,
president of the Greater Miami
the silence and support of our gov-; jewign Federation. new chair-
ernment. the cold war' of the Arab
states Is established as legitimate
a
procedure to which no objection
can be raise,!, and a hot w.ir i- be
in^ stoked with America's fuel.
v ...list such .' policj Mr Lip-
Middle East reg- kJ' concluded, "we declare our
Its He eharged protest as Americans and as Jews
we urge ih it a reappraisal ol p
litical values be in li i n, that
il t'i tn t place in
our progi am, thai i srael
ed equal status in the re
its deft nses and t r:..t our prevailing
policy be reconsidered from its
upward [or the sake "i Amer
ican presti American inter-
ests, for the sake ol peace in the
Continued on Page 11 A
in of the leaders
severely criticiz-
i- in for exclud-
Btenl officials ap
forms and is
It i i he press ad-
It Dl the Arab
it also gave the
in c ant silence to
lander and libel I
intrigue carried
ipiv-ontatives In
|n, I 'an"o and the
[r Lipaky charg-
uiiniliations and
jns ,.f proferred
ed with deadpan
owe no duty
satisfaction the
m< i ican dlplom-
it i- submitted
l la not becoming
locraej ol our
pn-i nt Amer-
ird to Israel
r fair play," Mr.
is certainly not
man was elected by unanimous ac-
clamation at a meeting of Federa-
tion's executive committee mem-
bers who make up the campaign-
planning group.
Heiman has served with distinc-
tion a- chairman ol the big Bus-
iness and Professional Division for
the past two years. This is the
major campaign unit which has
esponsible annually [or rais
nds i ci .M one hall mil-
dollars, nearly half of the
campaign quota.
The Combined Jewish Appi al is
the unified all-inclusive fund drive
icted in this area by the
ter Miami Jewish Federation
to support local health an I wel-
i ai i institutions and to sir* n
U.S. folicy on Arms
To Arabs is Defended
WASHING TON (JT A) Chair-
man Alexander Wiley of the Sen-
ate. Foreign Relations Committee
defended the Administration pol-
icy on the Arab arm- issue last
week. His statement was made at
the request ol Sen. Irving M. Ives
of New York.
ted to preventing anj misuse of the
at in- given I he Arabs. Sen. Wiley
said He praised Si n Ives' out
standing record" on behalf of Is-
raeli-American friendship. The Ad-
ministration and the Republican
Party, said Sen Wiley "are very
national and overseas agencies in-
cluding the United Jewish Appeal,
major beneficiary of the campaign.
Last year 54 beneficiary agencies
received allocations through the
local drive which raised more than
S1.1j0.000. Over 9,000 participated
in the "ampaign. to set a new rec-
ord in number of contributors. The
Israel and overseas programs are
assisted through UJA's three con-
stituent agenciesthe United Is-
rael Appeal. Joint Distribution
Committee and United Hias.
Many dealer Miami agencies
benefit from funds raised in the
Combined Jewish Appeal. Chief
benefactors are Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Jewish Home for the Aged, Jewish
Social Service Bureau. Bureau of
Jewish Education, Greater* Miami
Jewish Community Center and the
National Council of Jewish Women.
Immediately after the official an
: i uncement Myers sent a mi
to all members of the executive
committee. "It was thrilling and
heartwarming," he said, "to wit-
lltbUSiastiC acclaim with
which Heiman was selected by
those who have worked with him
in the past and who have learned
to admire him for his leadership.
In- devotion and hrs zeal.
As you know, he has been chair-
man of our very successful Busi-
ness and Professional Division
biggest division of the campaign
lor the past two years He has dem-
onstrated his tremendous capacity
for leadership, and our community
is indeed fortunate that he accept-
ed the hie,h post of campaign chair-
man for next year."
Myers explained that Heiman
was already devoting his time to
planning the 1955 campaign. "In
the verj near future he will call
Washington Expects Nazi War Criminals
To be Released; Adenauer Talks to Ike
illente to slander
definitely committed toward
Explaining why the Arab- are strengtheningin all possible ways
armed, Sen Wilej said "The ,,u. lra(|itional friendship which
Eisenhower Administration de- statea ,
ires, as do all thinking Americans, > on you
to fill in certain dangerous vacu Continued on Page UA_______lam sure that he will have the full
lima which now exist in several
strategic areas of the globe. The
Administration's sound strategic j
effort to establish such a southern
frontier against Communism has. I
however, as you know, been dis- |
torted and misinterpreted by some
partisan sources."
Arguing that "the Elsenhower
Administration has spoken with i
commendable frankness and sincer-
ity on 'his Middle Bwrtern issue.
Sen. Wiley added: "Dwight Eisen-
h iwer and John Foster Dulles have
acted in an open and above board
manner. which is refreshing
change from certain past Democra
tic practices down hit
The Republican Part) is "defin-
itely and enthusiastically" commit
Sj.n Heiman
. urges support
benefit of your wondeiful cooper-
ation in the big job that lies ahead
for all of il-."
The campaign planning commit-
tee deliberate d onlj a -hort time
Ho reach its decision because oi the
tremendous popularity of the new
chairman. Planning committee
I meetings were held under the di-
rection Of last year'.- campaign
Chairman Aaron M. Kanner a
pioneer worker in Federation
wh i was responsible for enrolling
lb.man a- B volunteer worker
many years ago.
Accepting the post a- leader of
Greater Miami's major fund rais-
ing activity. Heiman said: "This is
an honor and responsibility. And I
^ry"urUpartVipation. and Pledge with all my heart and with
Continued on Page 2 A
WASHINGTON tJTAl Many if
not all Of the Na/i war criminals
still in American custody may be
released ahead of the expiration of
their sentences as a result of the
., ;recments just concluded by Sec-
retary ol S at J" hn Foster Dulles
for a sovereign and armed West
Germany.
This was learned here from gov-
ernment sources who revealed also
unity Chest in High Gear
55 Community ,
id into high^
[ a lockoff dinner
trace hotel, tra
B> I.eiinar 1 AbeSS
fceh Meyer
an in\ itation to .
iving for 22
Maxe and youth i
tion to National
Jiami community
record-breaking
er of a few hours.
Chest goal of
ut seven pe"rcent
be total contribut-
ed by the top givers was more than
\2 percent over the amount raised
at the same meeting last y<
B Hiram r.lakey. presi lent
I e-ter R Barnhlll, campaign chair-
man, explained 'he ne eraoi sue
,,. and confidence In the
elusion ol the current can-
BernhUI paid special tribute to the
leaders of the last five !*-;
those presidents who have guided
Dade's Red Feather campaign to
top rank in the nation
Those honored were James l
Keller. Jr.. l*onard Abess Sam
H. MVCormick, Daniel J. Mahoney
and Joe Brock.
Also paying tribute to these lead
,,,., ,, weu as to all workers in the
past successful campaigns were Dr.
Ih McFarlan > i,;i ational
I i General Motor.-. Mc
Gregor Smith, board chairman ol
Florida Power Light Co.; and
; il Fite, F. P. ft 1- president
Top contributors thuafar have in
!eluded Burdines, S18.000; Miami
Herald, S13.000. plus 52.750 from
WQAM; Daily News and WIOD.
S9.500; Southern Bell Telephone,
$10,000; Food Fair and Carls Mar-
kets, $9,630; Maule Industries,
Continued en Page 2 A
that the United States will no long- pend upon the Chancellor's suc-
er be permitted to arrest German cess. The tone in West Germany-
subjects in Germany even if the is to boycott the pact unless the
subjects are dangerous Nazis who war criminals are freed, no matter
participated In crimes against hu what the charges against them are.
inanity. ........ ------
The West German Government
has sought for some time to effect
the relea-e oi the Nazi war crim-
inal- held in 0 S. custody at Lands-
berg. Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
stressed this to Secretary of State
Dulles on a number of occasions.
On April 9. 1953, the State De-
;> i!!, nt Issued a communique re-
porting on Dr. Adenauers talks
with Mr. Dulles and President
Eisenhower. This communique
Ihc Chancellor raised ths
I war criminals" and the
i ted States agreed to "re-exam-
ine tlv status of these prisoners'
and "look forward to the possible
adoption of new review procedures
with German participation."
Unusually reliable source- III
Wa-hington, close to the Admin-
istration and to the President
whom Mr. Adenauer continues to
I urge that the prisoners be released,
j indicated this week that West Ger-
1 many's future in the new European
defense community may well de-
Konrad Adenauer
. perSMOtive diplomat


PAGE 2 A
>iewis*rk>rkMan
I^LNOVQ^
HUMAN NAMED CJA CAMPAIGN HEAD
Continued from Pag* 1
ever? ounce of energy at my com
mand that I will devote myself to
this bin job because people in need
depend on us.
No single individual, no matter
how inspired or moved, can pos-
sible lead thi- important campaign
to success -ingle-handed I expecl
to call upon each and every Jew-
ish family to join in this humani-
m crusade."
Heiman ad.led that the Ft
lion drive is, in effect, the voice of
the Jewish community "We can
ire the strength of the <
immunity in the waj people
. in i \ ital causes such as
imbined Jewish Appeal He
d "in thai "the virility and
: an] in is
lemonstrat) d in t It*- waj
ire for the aged,
i facilities Ihej pro< ide
for the sick and needy and the
caliber of i tioi il and religious
. for our
h."
Ask< I rally what is ex
'. a r> m th<
(,[ th. npaign Heiman
.-..id
it i- expt cte i thai you "ill ac-
your responsibility as mem-
b< r- oi OUT Jewish community and
thai > m the Combined
>. visli V| : al as the accepted
community for effi
It ii will not
> rmil an) la< I busiasm to-
ward ai > "t t h e participating
' > our dedication la
the total effort I* is
xpected thai you will use
rsonal n >un es and youi
I i toward th< sui i -: il w
i thi
v expected thai
l of u> a- import ns ol
ne of the fastest gn > ins.
mmunities in the L'nited S
.Il contribute in proportion to
r than of the man) million- ol
liar d to take care oi
ur growing operations al home
d to meet the pressing n< in
el and i i rseas We expect, in
- c ear you will not fail

Will ;,
Her-
ization ex
pects t I
N livision leaders
ctions will
shortly, hi

inclui p Gifts. Vi inti i Resi
fid Pro-
W men's Di\ i-
init
Youth

Hem
'
ii Ca. Hi
helor ol Kris de
in the Scl ess Ad
ministratioi al Emorj Universitj.
In his undi B) he as
a member ol Tau Epsilon Phi t r..
ternity, serving ..- chancellor He
social .m mittee 1962, be directed record
breaking blood hank drive secur-
in" 644*plnt< in a single day. more
than an) other club or organlta-
tion in 'he l'nited States, He Is i
member of Sholem Lodge No 1024,
B'nai B'rllh and was appoii I
serve with the Dade Count) Wi I
fare Planning Council as a
tentative ol Federation
Heiman is member ol the
American Jewish Committee,
Greater Miaou Jewish Community
("enter ., life member of Ih
ish Home for the Aged, a member
of Federation boat i mors
and th. exei itive committee He is
;, member ol both Temple
ol Miami and Beth David I
>n
During the ir with
\ s Coast Guard Volunteer Port
Securit) I' n e as n He
roup in the
which n
award for the number
-old Heiman i- a men.
\\, .'\ ii m i untrj Club and the
Miami Beach Chamber ol
well as othi i
iional groups
Since 1947 he has i social-
ed with hi- brother-in-law. Albert
E Lichtenstein, in the operation
,,f the Oni H ir Valet dn clean
ing establishments Thirty-three
branches are located in 23 princi-
tiesol the south servinj
!!.:: ai parents, Mr and Mr-.
;i SW
residents
. 1944 \ brother, '
I.oin- Heiman. i- a prominent at-
associated nh the fin
Heiman and Kaplan
chairman re-
,idi with his wife. Shirle) at 2000
s. via. Ci ra
ration camp.,. Iquar-
ters ..t 420 Lincoln rd. have re-
cently undergone changes and re-
ns designed lo result in
Appearing a- the firs, conclave of Parent-Teacher Associations
ofGrwterMiami held a. Temple Emanu-El on October 25 were
o riqhl Mis. Matilda Ratner, president. Bureau of Jew,sh
ation; Lou.s Schwartzman. executive'director of the
Buieau Abramowitz. of North Shore Jewish
Center- Dr Seymour Blumenthal. psychologist for the city
of Miami Beach; and Mrs Ruth Greene, president of the Parent-
Teachers' Association of Temple Emanu-El, host of the con-
clave. __________________
Bill Bagqg to Sp*,.
BUI BaK8s Ml.^*
columns an,| xvnlH,
""n ting TueadJr2J
"" Th,'1''h,,,n;,11NMi
'he I), Udo how
S** HIISCN a,
IN ,*&*
[Bock by Popolo, &
JAY ROBINSON
.^"-taiarwCdhJ
"""hi MImmX
BUY m Blfjf m
OPENING TUt$. N0v7
Nightly lOMgkiJ
MATINEES AT 3
to* Mfe, o,n Vi.V
'<> servatvow mo!
84-3404
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BIITM0RE PUYHOUSj!
151 N.E. 40th ST. Km,
economj Of operation, according Alpert, Benjamin Beck.
! eration president Myers Fa-
cilities are now ready for the 1955
campaign said Federation execu-
tive director Dr. Benjamin B ROS-
: -
Loan Fund
Meets in Miami
:. i, iir, h I .,!'. Fund of
Greater Miami met Thursda) eve
I ii al the home of Mr and Mrs
Leo Ackern
1384 SW 18th -t I
Officer- for the
newl) reorganiz-
ed loan fund un-
he auspices
of the Greater
i ish
ration r e
tckermai pn
dent. Max Silver,
\ ice president
Frank Rose, vice
president; Mail*
rio Grossman secretary; and Har-
mon-, treasurer
Serving on the hoard ol directors
are tckerman, R w Apte Morn-
Archie
Freed.
Gross
Holt/-
Levin,
Ackermon
Sandy Caplan Heads
Teen Age Group
resident ol the Kneseth
Israel I e breakfast dub i>
Sand)
V nt of the election of
ution
h > 11 k b) i
include James
I nt, and Al\ in
Membership i
13 to 17. i'apian ex-
he club me. i.,r sen
t 9:30 a.i I
it in
Abraham s. it ol Kne
seth Israel, will entertain nh a
m ol Israeli songs ..t the,
: ext the gi oup
Brick. Leon J Ell, Jess M
William Friedman, Maurice
man. Leo Fi-en-tein. lias
berg. David Kleber. !-....<
Abe Kasow, .lack Muravchick. Abe
Pepper, Sidney M Palmer. Albert
Quadow. L Rose, H. O. Rat*- Max
R. Silver. F.lry Stone. Dan Serott
and Harry Simoni
Silver, chairman of publici'
public relation-, -aid that loi
plication- are being received bj
Simon-, chairman of the loai
mittee. .,; 31 NK 1st ave
later appointed Southern
gional direct Praetor" ol Tau Zara Novel Discussed
Epsilon I'hi
Heiman i- a member of Miami
Elks Lodgi No !'48 and served as
il Knight and chairman ol their
DAY WORKERS
$5 I $6 and Tare
Hotel Maids farters dishwashers
Calored Maids-Part Time or Fall
Time in Private Homes
ACE EMPLOYMENT
Zl N.E. 't Ave. Pn. 9-S887
No Cnarg* to E^c
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. will
hold ., jomt m etn ;tii Emma
W imi i. i bapter on N
p. 8 30 p.n I Beth D
r will be Mrs
Rachi who will discuss
thi Land ., novel b)
1 meetii will mark
Dade Chest Drive
In High Gear
Continued from Paqe 1 A
18.000 First Nat
Miami S9.000
Joinu
'. and ( ,i al
oral Waj 10 10 and Wometco
i h< iters, S4.82:.
The Metropolitan division gets a
house lo house campaign u i
waj on Januarj !h Mr- f f Rav-
t the division -.oil
block worker- are -till bcin
Ol the
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{ 417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach i
t Berween favrffc ami fHlk itt. J
HEBJtEW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES J
(r Synagogues and Privote Use ;
Also for Hebrew Schools
0*160 "GTO
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WorW's Lorgesf Pesf
Control Company
Call 2-1776
Mimbif of S'ni S-rttk
free mmcriOR
3SC Lincoln Road
Mexianino Phone S-Mll
Entrance on Washington Ave.
OCULISTS
Prescriptions Filled
Lenses and Frames
Duplicated
Large Selection lo Laleet
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FUNERAL DIKECTOIS
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,y NQVEMBER 5. 1954
*Jt h fsii fhuridtian
PAGE 3 A
,OBAL SHORTS'HUBS CONTINUE TO OBSCURE NEAR EASTERN ISSUES
Lh Congress Appeals
Lt to Halt Mass Arrests
BfYORK JTA)- The World
, i urgently appealed
,,k |(l tin' Governmenl in
' hall the maw arresta of
[ which arc now go-
Iniard "without abatement."
E.......i E^pt'8 350O
,.has precipitously deterio-
within the pa at several
. 5po|(( -in. ii for the WJC
ed. ______
j Congress Wins Case;
en-ship Restored
YORK (JTA) After five
|0| litigation instituted by the
| [ewish Congresa, the
I States Court of Appeals for
lutricl "i Columbia restored
hip right* to Morris
,, naturalized Ameri-
!,,, had been involuntarily
w..,i in Israel from 1936 to
L ttas announced here.
Kynaglowski Arrives in
, Africa; to Open Schools
g]S i \ Dr. A Byngalow-
f|. i (he executive of
i iRI Union, has arrived
, questions regarding
u sections in the
Is, in accordance
[ ol local industry.
| i experts in Tunis
an enlarged plan
. men! of apprentices
h irkshops a conference
\ es of all OUT or-
French North Africa
(the participation of Dr. Byn-
l-ki u II be held here.
Effect of Suez Pact on Security
Raises Questions in Commons
London (JTA) Greet Britain's
Minister ol State, Antlums Nutting,
faced a barrage ol questions in the
British Parliament her. regarding
guarantees of Israel's safey follow
in? the Anglo Egyptian accord on
tin- Sui'/. (anal. Mr. Nutting had
signed the agreement on behalf ol
the British Government.
Germany's Obligations to
Jews Embodied in Accord
LONDON (JTA) Western Ger
many's obligations as regards Jew
ish material claims anil other mat-
ters of Jewish concern will be em
bodied in the new accord between
the Western allies and the German
Federal Republic, according to as-
surances given the World Jewish
Congress by both the British and
French governments. An announce-
ment to this effect was made here
by the European executive ol the
WJC, which expressed satisl
with th" assurances,
By RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP
iers Hit by Hurricane;
|age Exceeds $2,000,000
.AN11 N .1 (JTA)Jewish
b will have to come to
lewish chicken farmers
ho were hit by the de-
nes ii f Hurricane
rhe storm wiped oul
Ji wish agricultural
t community. Ap-
lo tide them over
I been address-
to central Jew ish
I York.
Bey of Tanis Presides at
Ceremony; 2,000 Attend
PARIS (JTA) For the first time
in history, the Bey of Tunis pre-
. -nieii at a ceremony held at the
Great Synagogue of Tunis, il was
reported here The Bey was ac-
companied bj his Premier, Tahar
Ammnr, French Resident General
Boyer Latour and other Tunisian
land Ftench members ol the gO\
eminent. The cornerstone ol a Jew-
ish center at the synagogue was
laid at the ceremony.
Cof. Arvey to be Honored
At Chicago Bond Affair
inline
uol Yi
l\'oS
I
i

Newspaper Founds
ddish Literary Prize
VIRES JTA' On the
tilth anniversary of
Zeitung, largest \ Id
America, the
l< M itlaa Stolier,
'he paper, decided to
nenl liti rarj pri*
l'i a ti mpo
( : SCt UP '' 11
I
he b t I
i i.
let E:;vs;',?, Is eel Talk-,
lonferen ; in Tel Aviv
[I. W IV (JTA) -The Israel
ii i men Friendship Congress
f'l here last week end with
V ( liarge d Affaires M. Ro-
l as main speaker. M. Romine
ped his government's regret
delegation of Russians had
denied visas by the Israel
I it to attend the parley.
r speakers at the meeting at-
|f'i the Israel Government's de-
|n in ihis matter.
CHICAGOAFL and CIO unions
in the Chicago area have united in
a joint Labor Committee in sup-
port of a testimonial for Col. Ja-
cob M Arvey. Miami Beach and
Chicago philanthropic and commu-
nal leader, and pledged to PUI
chase $250,000 in Israel Bond- m
connection with the tribute to Ar
vej for hi- service to Israel.
Atllai E. Stevenson. Bishop Ber-
nard J. Sheil and Israel Ambassa
dor \i)ha Khan will be the top
speaker- at the affair I" be held
this weekend in the Conrad Hilton
Hot< i in Chicago Le idei >>f all
segments "I the communitj will
compri-e the almost 2.000 guests
who will each purchase .. minimum
ol si.ooo in Israel B in I to at-
tend
Zionists Ref"'
Change c'
WA'

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i ition to .
ministration's i
inns to the Arab states was de-
nied here bv ihe American Zionisl
Committee for Public Affairs.
"This is not a Democratic matter,
a spokesman for the committee
stated. ____
.'
. ii ni
oppa
. ir the op-
h iwer Ad-
,cy ol granting
The real climate, emotional, so-
cial, cultural and political, which
surrounds the relationship 11 Is-
rael's neighbon towards hi r was
once again clearlj and unmistak-'
ablj revealed to the world a lew-
week- ago The -cone this time was
neither Cairo, Baghdad nor the En-
virons oi sue/ The hostile vapors
arose now from the headquarters
ol Hi- United Nations in Ne York.
The time October 6 the eve of
Yum Kippur,
Tin- oiier came from Amb
dor Abba Khan. Israel's chiel dele-
gate to the UN lie addressed his
statement of policj. to the General
a embly He -poke with his usual
Clarity and brilliance, and whal he
had to saj was both Startling and
heartwarming to the majority of
those who listened. His proposals
thai the Arab states join with Is-
rael in n.w binding pacts ol non-
res ion thai would link these
i il ntial partner- in a peaceful
and prosperous Near K,i-i to re-
spect each other's territorial integ-
ritj and abjure all mutually hostile
ii I be the.e military economic
or political, ii was a generous and
straightforward offer, the kind
thai has not often been heard in
real halls oi the UN It -poke
oi a "crisis ol confidi nee' bi tween
Israel and the Arab stale-, and
stressed Israel's anxiet) to formu-
' ite and abide by undertakings
winch would bring a permanent
normalcy to a deeply troubled area
of a deeply troubled world.
II was in short, a clarion call to
amity, a brave and sincere gesture
on the part of a small, still fledg-
ling state towards her powerful
and well endowed enemies.
But the Arabs received il as in
the past they have received ill -uch
gestures One again, they demon-
strated to i listening world their
suspicions and their hatred Their
spokesman was Dr. Hahmoud Vzmi,
representative of the sovereign
state of Egypt. He spoke of Israel
with contempt. He dismissed the
offi r of peace as "invalid." He de
scribed it as just 'another'' clever
Israeli method of confusing vital
issues and attempting to delude the
world. He charged Israel of the
-ame crimes .main and all in the
same familiar style a- though re-
petition oi preposterous accusa-
tions would make them somewhat
truer. He talked of expansionist
.iliii-. ol refusal tO cooperate with
the Mixed Armistice Committees,
ol the problem of Arab refugei i.
He dredged up from the verj bot-
tom oi the Arab propaganda bar-
., u (he stall chai {es and the
discredited accusations.
,. all he stressed Egypt's
.i 'i hment i h call
to the cau.....I world peace
justice Amazingly, he man-
aged to gel through hi- statement
without having to mention such
i embarrassing, and wnolly topical,
proofs Ol tin- great attachment to
peace and |ustice as the fact that
an Israeli boat is still illegally and
inexplicably detained from leaving
the sue/ area despite the fact that
the UN has repeatedly called upon
E pi to abolish a forbidden block-
ade ol the I anal.
lh -poke Ith the -ame \ ituper
ative intent, but without the same
blatantly offensive language which
was used by another Arab delegate
,c icu da;.- ago and which forced
the Pre iident ol the General As-
.....bly, for Ihe tirsl time in the
history of the UN, to rebuke a
member-nation lor it- unfortunate
and tasteless ch >ice ol word-.
So the New Year. 5715. stalled
The lines were vivid!) demarcated.
The state oi Israel li id ued tor
peace. The Arah- had -aid "nay."
And. more than that, they had re-
fused to hold out hope for peace.
Surely, in th capital- of the world.
two and two could he put together,
even at this late date, and a con-
clusion drawn as to which party
was endangered by projected ship-
ments ol arms and ammunition. It
is hard to believe that i)r. Azmi's
instant rejection ol Israel's propos-
al reached the State Department
' without suitable and obvious com-
mi ntarj to this effect.
Planners of the Opera Guild Ball, one of the first of the season's
such evenings, take time out from a committee meeting this
week for a group photograph. "A Night In Italy" will be the
title of this year's ball and Italian costumes, music and food
will be some of the colorful highlights. The Ball will be held
on Dec. 4 at Leon's. Getting the opara ball rolling are (bottom
row. from left) the Mesdames Leland Hyzer, invitations; Wil-
liam Stubblefield, chairman; Douglas D. Felix, invitations;
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, decorations. Top row (from left) are
the Mesdames Alexander Winton, reservations; Charles
Moon, chairman; Philip Head, decorations.
Locker Leaves Montevideo;
Greeted at Buenos Aires
Bl ENS VIRES (JTA) Berl
Locker, co-chairman of the Jewish
I x cutivi. who i- touring
the Latin American countries, ar-
rived lere late last week from
Monti vi leo He wa it the
airport bj r presi ntatives of the
\i (i ntin Eon ign Ministry, 1"'.
Ariah Kubovi, Israel Minister to
Argentina, an l representatives ol
ntini Zionisl and Jewish rep-
resentative organizations,
Rebegah Lodqe Meeting
Sunshine Behekah Lodge No. 9
will hold its next regular meeting
| on Tuesday. Nov. 9. 8 p.m. in the
American Legion Hall.
Zionist Council Opens
Southern Regional Office
NEW YORK The American
ncil has opened its
Southern office In Atlanta, it was
mnced here bj Rabbi Irving
Mill r, chairman ol the Council.
V j | oilman has been ap-
ative.
\ i the administrative
:;,:;,, 0i the South) astern
Z.O.A i Freedman is alao a
er ol Ihe public relati ins
ittee "i the Atlanta J< *h
Community Council and chairman
ol iis sub-committee on institutes,
publicity and interpretation. He is
' a member of the Georgia Bar.
Address of the new office is
Room 512. One I'eachtree bldg.. At-
I lanl a Ga.
THE TERCENTENARY STORY
3. Louis de Carvajal
OawtflM *> Am.rle.n MWl* P"-
T*t by DANIEL ELAZAR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO
sing Authority Criticized
Failure to Bar Prejudice
pNEAPOLIS (JTA)The Min-
fli- Housing and Redevelop-
Authority is coming under
jfi-in here for its failure to
PstInn provisions in the pro-
U lor the new Glenwood hous-
Iroject which would bar racial
religious discrimination in the
Fct The Mayor's Council on
|n Relations had asked the Au-
|t> to include legal provisions
lat "discrimination on the basis
kp. color or creed will be pro-
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FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volume 2Q Number 44
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
Heshvan 9. 5715__________
\*w Campaign rhairinan
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's early an-
nouncement of the selection of Sam Heiman as
1955 campaign chairman is pleasing news.
Coming at this time, the announcement indi-
cates Federation's awareness of the urgent
necessity to devote itself to an all-out endeavor
in the coming drive for funds.
Mr. Heiman's ready acceptance reflects his
own desire to get an early start on a very diiii-
cult job ahead.
A long time resident here, Mr. Heiman rose
through the ranks of civic and philanthropic
activity, each year voluntarily accepting in-
creasing dearees of individual responsibility.
His successful leadership of campaign divisions
during previous years now has accorded him
the highest honor that can be bestowed upon
a volunteer worker.
Our conaratulations go to Mr. Heiman on the
occasion of his beinq named 1955 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaiqn chairman, as well as
on the manner in which he has, heretofore,
served his community during many trying
years of increasinq need. The pattern he has
forged as a civic-minded worker, willing to give
his enerqy and devotion, is one that can well
be emulated bv his neighbors.
But along with this honor, Mr. Heiman cer-
tainly recognizes that he is also acceptina a
ma'or responsibility one that must challenae
his leadership abilities to the utmost and
that the understandinq and activity he will
bring to the CJA campaign can, in a significant
measure, determine the limit of aid for Jewry
overseas, nationally and locally through Mi
ami's service and welfare agencies.
It is. however, important to mention in this
reqard that the campaiqn can never be looked
upon as a one-man iob. CJA's ever-expandina
horizons and ever-enlarainq proqrams to fulfill
the vital requirements of Jews here, throughout
the nation and abroad inevitably require the
active support of everv aroup and individual
in Miami if the 1955 drive's success is to be
assured.
That supDort. that vital measure of coopera-
tion through volunteer work and the aif! of
Life Dollars is an absolute necessity.
It'll... II rilhs Moin llav'

Friday is "Join Day" fcr B'nai B'rith through-
out the United States.
B'nai B'rith lodges in the Greater Miami area
will observe the day and kick off their mem-
bership drives with a series of breakfast events
on Sunday.
There is little need for us again to examine
in detail B'nai B'rith's contribution to the Amer-
ican scene since its foundation in New York
City 111 years ago; its programs have long
spoken for themselves.
The organization has been in the forefront of
activities guarding civil liberties and the rights
of all minority groups wherever and whenever
they found themselves discriminated against.
The Anti-Defamation League has been a singu-
larly active B'nai B'rith group in this regard.
B'nai B'rith has also accepted a major share
of responsibility in workinq toward the preser-
vation of our Jewish heritage. Throuqh the
Hillel Foundation. B'nai B'rith institutes all over
the nation and youth groups, the organization
has reached into every age level of the Ameri-
can Jewish community and nurtured the will of
an ancient people to foster its tradition.
"Join Day" is therefore a significant observ-
ance and deserves the attention of those who
have as yet. for one reason or another, foiled
to make themselves acquainted with the ncte
worthy programs of the B'nai B'rith organiza-
tion.
I'.S. Jewry llisa||Miiii<<|
American Jewish leaders are disappointed
over the manner in which Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles dealt with their recommen-
dations to him on his return from Paris last
week.
As we see it. their profoundest disaDpoint-
ment must surely lie in the fact that Mr. Dulles,
himself, has qenerally avoided making any
comment on the recommendations. In effect,
we believe he brushed them aside, thus telling
Still a Big Question Before the
General Assembly
U.S. Jewry that he is already adequately ap-
prised of their attitude toward his "new look"
in the Near East.
Dealing with the note to the Secretary in
summary fashion, the Administration chose, in-
stead, to employ spokesmen who repeated
President Eisenhower's assurances on Ameri-
can friendship toward Israel made at a Tercen-
tenary dinner in New York two weeks ago.
Vice President Nixon had previously set the
stage for such a technique when he quoted
from the President's address while Mr. Dulles
was in Pans and for the benefit of Jewish lead-
ers then in Washinqton making arrangements
to meet with him on his return.
Principal spokesman, unfortunately, was
Sen. Ives, Republican of New York, who re-
pudiated what he declared to be efforts on the
part of some people to make of the Israel-Arab
dispute a political football.
Going further than did either Mr. Eisenhower
or Mr. Nixon, Sen. Ives formulated egregiously
pro-Israel pronouncements on the eve of his
effort to inherit the New York State Governor-
ship from Thomas E. Dewey.
A profound source of concern for American
Jewry was thus reduced to basic politics for
at-home consumption and in a state heavily
populated by Jews. We will feel we are wrong
in this regard only if the current biased pro-
Arab policy, disregarding the fortune of the
infant republic of Israel, changes in the near
futu:e.
Dr. .\dViiaur's Visit
April, 1955. will mark ten years since the
presumed suicide of Adolf Hitler in a Berlin
bunker and the destruction of the Nazi Third
Reich by Allied Forces.
This means that a full ten-year period has
not yet passed of peace marked by war and
major international dissension.
Already. Germany has caught its breath
and is, once again, assuming a position of pre-
eminence on the European continent. Bonn's
political and military recognition, accorded the
west Oeiman government last week with the
signing of a defense community pact, strength-
ens the economic gains it has made during the
decade that elapsed since World War II
It seems to us that this sort of reminiscence
is especially worthwhile now that Chancellw
Konrad Adenauer finds himself ,n Wa.hmqton
as a guest of the United States. He flew Tnto
the nations capital on a Wednesday and old
reporters a. the airport tha, all Wesf Ge,mans
are united in the desire to live ,n con inua7
co dial friendship w.th the American people"
It may seem a long time ago. but ,,,s oalv
some thirty years since weary Wal er Rath
ateoiir^a con,n,e We'mar *pS
also pledged Germany's desire to stop pLma
.^nettling role of bully on the Euroeart !?
1 I

During The Week...a
y LIO MINDLIN
I MET A FELLOW THE OTHER DAY *,
pretty progressive and. I might add, dangerous id."* p *J
got to talking about the constitution, and he reckkf Soiij
its provisions are really quite intelligent and thai[h,***
brought into general use when men finally win the k 0|*1
m mat ion. ri*hlo|(
I tried to dissuade him from such heterodox noli
him that he was running against the tide of a f,,"n.<,I"l,
principle: conformity. Afterall. I said, there must t*1*1
this universally known fact: that the constiution liesj t Washington, with guards forever patrolling about to mV ^K
should be no escape from within of even its mos1 ,nn, wn*l
There once was a time, I said, when sonic radio I?' ^
fomented a revolution by stirring up the colonial rruv "*'
1. duals and soft-headed college professor- got t.,Een? ***&
illegal ink and a role of parchment and set to i.rk on iJ'
grinding out what has since become recognized as a ju '
impossible document. Now. I warned him best to [
foolish notions. Men. I told him, will ne\er gain a ,-t-7**'
mat such a state presuppose respect for ''''
the [ace "f beak American principle: confornritj '
munition because
as well as for his very private conscience
MY QUARRELSOME INTERLOCUTOR PROVED
"fVK|
quite shortsighted. In addition to the tact tht he m
tinuing t" i \|>n n In- private opinions publicly, he woaW^tl*
from his belief thai be could entertain ,m\ opinions, aj n
Bboul civil liberties and vague things ol that nature, and 1 jL
to bear these rather questionable ideas coming from him [** a
who is neither an intellectual nor a soft-headed college profall
Conformity la a basic American principle, I told huaii
phalanx of our government and industry How, otherwise 1
could we have achieved the ideal of rugged individualist: i,
done anything eLse than conform to that Ideal? There arena!
reasons, 1 Insisted, for keeping that constitution lockedmill
what with it- flexibility and elastic clauses and reserved i
bill of rights, what with it- foreign notions about habeas nm
bail and imprisonment, what with all ol it- confusing detaikll
bust ut Issues which, if respected, could bring nothing binrkul
Afterall, I -aid. we have duly sleeted officia hi.. intheeu
wisdom, must do things pa they ace fit. Take a judge, i (,|[^
illustration He has a perfect right to -fnt
against individuali who want to be just that individual.. c_
i- a basic American principle. I reminded him and a jurisehaa]
path open to him than to protect and defend this principle

AND WHEN A JUDGE SUGGESTS that lie will keepoai
reive measures" even it he meet- with opposition from a 1
lectuali and soft-headed college professors, why he i- ictmj
noblest tradition o| our nation. In addition he In-comes a 1
ample o| ragged individualism through the bask Amencaa |
of conformity He i- instantly beset with civic ..ward-, cob
plaUM and the possibility of national heroi-m
1 offered mj interlocutor another example Tain a mayor.I
should certainly be within his province to urge depriving tie I
property and pursuit of happiness to individual- who in-istupaal
ing about constitutional right- and the like
I implored htm to consider the danger in any practice I
upsetting basic American conformity and to plan hi- faith <
our duly elected officials But this fellow wa- rather -tubbonal
view- He a- opposed to subvcr-iw as 1 in he -aid. but I
li it thai the battle against them would be carried out
framework "f our constitution
See here, I told him. that's an antiquated vies at leasttai
old, and no MM can-- to remember the TTumai adrmm-tratanai
munism, corruption and Korea Marburv v-
Didn'l John Marshall do thing- a- he taw fit? And the next t
I !>K wa- trying to revitalize the "Nine Old M"stall
packing plan That is what the constitution brought upon the*i
a whole bunch 'it intellectual- and --:'headed wlarf
lessors trying to destroy a basic American pi ncipl< cnioragj
. .
IT'S A GOOD THING. I TOLD HIM, that we'rt
tin- principle through eonunltteea of Inquiry into the private I
beliefs of people Unfortunately, tome innocent individuality
but the guilt) one- are unquestionably cxtirp
Tin- fellow agreed for the fir-t time but immediately I
short sighted again arisen he argued that the basis ol democracy"
respect lor the divergent opinions of the few That is I
principle, be said; the majority can always protect it-t-iHroat
Well, I said, perhaps so. But if everyom adhere-to !
American principle of eooiormky, there can [ ibilitjs.
genl opinion, and the whole problem would thus tall Itsf
Wa parted on thoroughly mutually auspicious term-, ar(yM
n gardlng each other across our shoulders. I certainly consiosT
communist, especially since I thought I heard him mutterings
about fascism
Israel Set on Stimulating Tourism;
$800,000 Spent in Hotels April;
INSIDE ISRAEL: Israel is de- the fact thai the price _
lermined to attract mere tourists and board at the A****^
from ih,- United States Although ranged ft am
statistic! on expenditures bj tour-1 tha tecon 3
Ista in Israel base not rat beeai and in the third chat saw]
compiled for tins sumnMr season,! The alow i -in-' *'
it baa been established that tour an added ll|--l>'|,'',n'm!ljV
isan baa made a relatively main ready aorefully trite tm
contribution to the cosintry'i assess- : Despite tin abolHH" '
^,,^'"";;,h.", UWtaU 5^ n hotel n !-..he hot*.
.vhhi.ixh) on hotel accommodation- .. .... When1
during the months i Aprti-June.H" ""'" ,.,,
k ol the tourist season The *- reenoved, v
ten fir-t .lass hotels in Israel were agreed nol I rai* P"^!
eeaepelledi loaokMj
Tin- atree*"]
in cost-
prompted b) i dad"l0
occupied onl) to4 peresed of their
\pril. which is the
" adini tiiiin-t month During the
taaae inoath, the 41 second hotels w.re occupied only to the it is evident that tc*n*
extent ( 33 percent 0f their ca-, attracted by these "
Polity In May and June these fig- hotel owner- have If
ures were even lower. This despite their intenUon to ran*
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German Anti-Semites
YORK Kxisti-nce of an or-
, propaganda tie-up between
Lj leaders In Germany and
lonal ;.n-1 Semites in the
Jstatea was revealed here at
Lcutive committee meeting
^Anti-Defamation League of
frith.
Uy Edward Schultz, the
. national chairman, ad-
Ihe opening session at the
I m |asl week, said that
I ..,, Mured in an ADL
(,.,,, > efforts by Nazi-
I elements in C.ermany, now
Jeheek bj the Adenauer gOV-
L, jo acquire support in
L hi Hollarsfrom
|l,si movements and sympa-
LthM, roups in the United
, study prepared by
Forster, its civil rights di-
[noted thai the low caliber
Ipropagandists drawn into
Ivement on this ride of the
Mhej are mostly well-known
Jj Semites, disered-
public opinion and accept-
I the lunatic fringe"
^ substantial results
n groups hoped to
bj their propaganda
\ ,.' the League report-
end of the link in-
than a score of men
\ m the Hitler-era hier-
|l m i Werner Naumann.
of Josef Goeb-
rded as the leading
. politician in West Oer-
day. as the directing infill-
mda movement.
|. Semitic pamphlets and
n the stud) ri'vealed. are
d on an international
h principal centers in the
i ermany and Argen-
ie identified Frederick
Weiss German alien liv-
"i itk as the local clear-
t i ii the traffic in neo-
r nda ADL officials
ih '\ would ask the t s.
\- Si rvice to investigate
itUS Ol Weiss and BOV-
his associates in the light
|r propa anda activities.
ii-t- are leaning
on one key theme, the
I thai of discrediting the
[ 000 leu- murdered
\. 'i ,i- "a gross exaggera-
[ i- being disseminated
European and South
i inti ies
- themes emphasised by
Nazi line are accusations
t.'i-ii "subterranean influ-
lare working for world dom-
and thai the Soviet revolu-
p .c "Jewish plot "
themes," said the ADL
['embroidered for maximum
I in the United States, have
Iheir way in one torm or an-
In.to the columns of the
p.n hate press. In reverse.
i ant i Semites are provid-
1 Nazi publications in (!er-
|*ith a continuous flow of
I'l processed propaganda, a
N-al of it derogatory of Amer-
|stitutiona
League had previously pro-
Kih Luncheon
in a -cries of luncheons to
l>> the Sisterhood of Hia-
taml Springs Jewish Center
k< place on Tuesday. Nov. 9.
IP m. at the Center. Mrs.
|leet I- chairman, and Mrs.
Wine. Mrs. Gertrude Beck
r> Betty Frank are co-chair-
je Tourney Due
[> Club of Temple Israel. 137
st, will sponsor a master
duplicate bridge tournament
Naj night, Nov. 9. Play will
Iprumptly at 8 p.m. in Kap-
pj. Winning players will be
id master points and prizes.
M to tournament director
reehling.
te-ted the unwillingness of Arab
govanunenta to gran) visas to
Americans of Jewish faith in a re
port on the Issue, Benjamin it Ep-
stein, national director of the
League, said that the probll m first
arose when American contractors,
engaged to build l s military has
as in Saudi Arabia, were re |
eii from hiring American engim ei -
or workmen who were Jewi h be-
cau-e Saudi Arabia n In ed I hem
visas.
At that time. ADL protested the
Inconsistency in r s policj which
meant spending million- for the de-
fense of democracy abroad where
discrimination against American
Jews was the practice, Mr Epstein
said. "The contractor-, too, weir
compelled to violate the Presi-
dent's Executive Order on fair em-
ployment practices in government
contracts
Mr. Epstein said that this same
Planning for a celebration of contruction progress of the new Temple Both Sholom building on
Sunday evening are members of the campaign cabinet (seated, left to right) Sol S. Pine, Mrs.
Loretta Katz, John Serbin. Ralph Spero, Mrs. Sol S. Pine, Mrs. Irvinq B. Kaplan and Mrs. Ruth
Davis. Not shown are Mrs. Barry Cameron. Mrs. Ralph Ccbb, Mrs. Wolfie Cohen, Dr. Meyer
I'.atz. Howard H. Miller, Morry B. Morris, Albert L. Rosen and Mrs. William Yanowitz.
Standinq are Albert L. Rosen, Zachary F. Bailey. Abe Solosko. Max Weitz, Dr Norman J. Russ,
Maury S. Glinick, Milton S. Malakoff and Howard Miller. Time for the "Construction Ca-
pers" is 8 p.m.
pattern Of discrimination has ex- had protested the inequality shown ; national law and practice. It is. of
tended to Jordan. Iraq. Lebanon American citizens on religious coiir-e. a fundamental right of any
rounds butquoting the State De- sovereign state to determine
partmenfS reply"It has had to he whether and upon what conditions
. he said, limited by considerations of inter- aliens may enter its territory.."


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Judith Lynn Krensky Becomes
Howard Gerard; nine. White
Miss Judith Lynn Krensky select-
ed blue and white tor the decor of
her wedding on Sunday morning.
Oct 31. at 11 a m to Thomas How-
ar l Gerard, of Miami Beach
Rabbi Leon Kronish performed
ihe ceremony, assisted bj Cantor
Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Shol-
im.
The bride is the daughter ot Mr
r.d Mrs. L J Krensky, 4955 Dela-
te .tve.. formerly of Chicago The
groom's parents are Mr and Mrs.
d e Lleberman, of Chi<
Matron of honor was Mrs Harry
B. Smith, sister of the bride B
shall H Berk
Mr and Mr- Naf Reese, i t Chi-
maten randparent: I
,u- fl< in to attend Ihe wed-
The bridi selected

i .. tulle fashii ned with a
fitted bodio with white
k The empii
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She carrii d white orchids
ph inotis on hei i
ile Her shou i i nch
is as attach
, | sequins and lace Her unlj jeu
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blue organza ballerina-length
sh mlder neckline g< wn and
ried a cascade ol w h I

Mrs Kn nsk> i Iher of the
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Mrs. ThomasiPERSON ALLY
A re Theme g p E A KING
Henry Bulbin ha '"
Miami after trip lo CWcajn.
where be attended the annual abot
.h iw Enroute home h -pent
several -ia> wltll Wi children in
I. i...... l I
Mr and Mrs Morton Stitsk) and
ehildn -*6 '-' 'I1^"'"'
Dallas, rex., thia week, where Mr
Stitsk) will be associated vwth his
father and brother In the opera
. N e Brand Shoes i chain
,., reuii shoe shops tin Stitsk)
is the I
Mr
and operal ,nn
Ille. N.C. h
. |80 Ba)
Sokolik. (ireen
Kxchantfe Vovs
Florence V
(he bi "
al R '>
The bride daughter ol Mr and
Mr- M.. Wolfl 345 42nd -' was
in marriage by her father
She attended schools in SI wufai
and Washington I niversit)
Mr Green, son i I Mas Green.
5701 North Ba> rd attended Ihe
Universit) of Richmond, Va., and
..- i.uir years in the I S Ni v)
Patricia Wolff, sister,
u. n honor 1 ''.
.,- best man
Vfti
i Hawaii, the cou|
rth Ba) rd
VVenjferhoff g
Will \\Vcl i,; 8
Mr and Mr, j. j
3910 SW uth s, N
the engagement f .? *"
Sandra Jj*
to I'errv Hk, "
alias Wengert
2 "H "* Sch., i
la a member of ph, ?"<
aororit) She u *
Mai Marshall |nc
* Set*"
*trs. Tlimoi Howard Gerard
Miss Smmdru KimfltH
Mn. iack f. Mozor
Broun, M;i/(ir
Kxehange Vi >\vs
t. 24. al the
I lei. Sheila J
Broun,
bride


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led th rsit) ol I
Mr Maaor n
at the University of Indian
Purdue Universit)
He i- a member I \lpha
rial fraternhj and -pent two
in the Army
The couple will make their home
in Lafayette
Lit hcrman, Wax
Arc Kngageri
77'.

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Miami.
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[Mi Mrs
Vax. 1605 I
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Miss Roberta Ipile.n
Miss Epstein to
Wed Law Student
r> i 29 ;ii be the date of the
wedding of Misa Roberta Barbara
and Sidney Harold Golden.
The couple's betrothal is being
need by the bride-elect's ;>..r
enU, Dr. and Mn Httrrj ll Ep-
stein, 1211 MaraelDe* dr. Miami
Beach
Mr Golden'a parents are the
( harles Goldem of CohuBbaa, 6
Miss Epstein is a graduat. ol
the i niveraity of Miami Her -..
runty i^ I'hi Sigma Sigma She is
a member Of Kappa l>elta l'i educa-
tion honorary and former presi-
dent of the \--ociation of child-
hood Education.
Hit fianoi led from Ohio
i niversit) and li attending
Franklin l..i School in Columbus.
He is .i news commentator and
nnouneer with station wnbs
lumbus
(i;in/. Klein Choose
.Ian. I Ceremony
l i the dati I > ara which
V. aid S Klein
-
. bein
nouneed here by ;h>- bride-ei
ii.Tin!- M bi i Mrs Herman
i 1321 SW 43rd ave
Mr Klein's parent! are th. Fred
i 3049 SW 21-t st He and
hi- i tied thai the]
to be m Temple
i El.
1 from Mi-
ami Senior lh^h School, wh.-re she
Misi Son*. Hn***
Tickets for 150
ami !' ,
part) I
| p.m., al S M IV praij
ning pl r i ind i
"luad |
eta are i 1301
b
Hillel Council Meetia
K> iiu... r.
Ad\ iaor
Mon.l.r.
Hillel H VillwB
Gables
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dent
Maclelyn's Mt4
Told b\ WVinni
Mi Philip fl|
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Saul I1
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Miss Wilma Gmmi
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Mr K |( I limn MiaBBi
nd the I'nl-
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\ ; Uoi < be la cur-
>ar> of Sho
lem I ,,i b rith. and a
i ih. t.oard ni dlrecton
Ml ill m
' Miami
couple met at a University
of Florida alumni affair in 1953
I
*tiss Fraacia* Litktrmt
Rummage Sale
Si-:.rh.MKl of Miami Hebrew
School and I ,lion> i> hav-
I ing a rummage sale at 142S NW 3rd
1 h.irman i* Mr- Abraham
I Bark in Proceeds are for the Tal-
i mud Torah.
Hits ma**** **


MOVF.MBER 5, 1954
hi Cantor Bar
,|. in Gables
, will become Bar
I Saturday morning, Nov.
f of the Coral Ga-
\i, enter. Rabbi Marm
officiate, with Cantor
fcbinson rendering the
rrtions f the liturgy,
jj ^e son of Mr. and
Membership Tea
At Clover Club
Annual membership tea of Bnai
B'nth Women of Miami was held
on Tuesday. Nov. 2. 12 noon, at Ihe
Clover C'luh.
Guest speaker VU Mi Jack
Wein. past president Muiica] in-
terlude was presented by Miaa
Helene Revoire, sons stylist.
"The Perplexed President," a
skit, highlighted the afternoon.
Cant included the Mesdames Mur-
ray Lazarus. Bernard Newmark.
Ah? Aronovitz. George Liebman.
The Mesdames Nat Speigelman,
Milton Yaffee, Murrie Ashman. Jo-
seph I.. Herman. Betty Birchansky,
Morris Gladstone Nathan Levine
and Miss Helene Hevoire.
Membership chairman i~ Mrs it
B.itt with Mn. Bernard Wwmark
acting as program chairman
stes^fcafcB
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i|.il
Howard Canter
tor, 907 Jeronimo,
student at the Coral Ga-
ll ier religious school
Id in the eighth grade of
I mior High School.
|owi ts ;it the cere-
|l. Mrs. Richard
t u York; Mr ant
Zeesman, of Cor
I VI Vlvin Saul. Atlan-
L Morris Nelson, of
New Group Formed
Officers id the Young Men and
Women Group of Kneseth Israel
Congregation wen this week an-
nounced by Rabbi Jonah K. (.'apian,
Spiritual leafier.
Named chairman is Sam Gold
berg, with Robert Bezark acting as
co-chairman. Mrs Fred Zisquit will
be aacretarj n[ the newly formed
organization.
Next meeting i~ scheduled far
Sunday evening. Nov. 7, at 8:30
p.m.
Muttress Firm Reveals
Move to Enlarge Quarters
William L. Sheade, of the Sheade
Bedding & Mattress Co., 123 NW
23rd St., Miami, this week revealed
that his firm is enlarging its plant
for better service to many custom-
ers.
Sheade is founder and former
owner of the Roosevelt Bedding &
Mattress Co of Chicago. III., oper-
ated at present by his son.
Emanu-El P.T.A. Plans
Meet Wednesday
Parent-Teacher Association of
I Temple Emanu-El will hold a gen-
I eral meeting on Wednesday eve-
ning. Nov. 10, 8 p.m.. at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan,
4444 I'inetree dr., announced Mrs.
Benjamin Greene, president.
Under the chairmanship of Sid-
ney Teller. Benjamin Greene and
Albert Lehrman, the fathers will
participate in a surprise program
entitled. "Honorable Men-chen."
Edward Ginsberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg,
4759 Nor'h Bay rd., will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu El on Saturday,
Nov. 6. Rabbi Henry Wer-
nick will officiate in the ab-
sence of Rabbi Irving Lehr
man, and Cantor Philip Brum-
mer will chant. Edward is an
eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Elementary School and
is a member of the graduat-
ing class of Temple Emanu-
El's daily reliqious school.
Barn Dance Saturday
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Center will hold it- annual barn
dance and social on Saturday eve
ning, Nov t>. at 8:30 p.m. Square
dancing will Included, with a
caller. Rh >ta and Fred Rapps are
in charge of activities. All pro-
ceed- will go toward ;> fund Cor the
constructi in ol a new building
" hich i- planned for the near fu
lure
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day morning during 9:30 a.m.
services of Beth David Con
gregation. William is an
eighth grade student at Citrus
Grove Junior High School.
A reception in his honor will
follow the ceremony.
Retired Widower Wishes To
Share Bedroom Apartment
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tJewlstflorkBan
Ruth Goldschmidt Returns to Miami for
Round of Talks; Visit Slated Nov.444V
- Ruih Goldschmidt, director
rs ol the I onsulate
i -. .-I in Ne York, is
ing a return \ i-it to the < Sreal
i r Miami community No\ 14 to
21. A number events and
.mill speakin
,( been arranged in conm
/Miss Roth Coldichmidt
Mi-- Gi
M \ IS Mi.v i
ill will address the Dade
v B r A
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i i
c r Miami J< .. mmunity to
-.hmidi -
held
I 1010
M r i if
i tinner
Miss
-< '.< N '. lti
" \ ter hot< Oi
will speak a)
17. 12:30
1521
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: Sov 18.
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Kith the lion of the < Ireater
itioi f L'niti
led M -i hn.idi
Ires meeting to
i i tl hotel ..
pn Ser hosti
thi- luncheon will !> Mr- I. .1
flrej in "f the
ter Miami chapter >f th-
. Fridaj Sot l!> Miss
idt will n lest ..ppr^r
on the HiIIk O'Daj radio pn>-
over radio station WHJD from
9 15 tu 1U u m
The e*ten'sfve round ol i
appearances and address* b> Mim
1
Sunda; No* 21. when she w
iewed on the
Constitu
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Goldscl '

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war broki 1948 shi
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tun id editor of thi
lewih
\ for Pali I latet
li, i ment ol Israel
th< past thn
. hmidl has inti
\ n public in her "i
ficial capacil tor ol pub
sulati Gi .
ni Israi I in Ni York
thi summer ol 1951 and
.,i the tation of Ni York I'ni-
\!i-- Goldschmidt
ersity I
.: co-director "i NYI workshop
Life and Culture .i six-
week course held in 1-
Mi-- Goldschmidt is instructor of
ourse i"i teachers
n the "Cultur n ol
: !>> (he Board ni
: Ni u n ork I 'itj in co
on nh the Isr.....

Goldchn
I by thi Zionist < ouncil of
rida "I which Maurice
Sun i- i- chairn >n the
witl Sui
Mr II i M.....r and Mrs
\' i hei
New Members to be Honored
At Zamora Late Services
."hi new members will be
welcomed into the Zamora Jewish
t il open
. bath ser
v v
i>ur congregation -h..-
-. M "
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iluruit/ Zamora u expert
' ;.il rr\ i,.,! i ur re-
- school classroonu
[ the nev
Thet Hun*iu -
I HMD Will I*
" -t Kin
They're all smiles in anticipation ol a gala so
.u-El on Satu-duy night, Nov. 6. in
era of '.he arrangements committ
ing second from right to iron out detail" of the
rman Sidney TeUei Irving Cypen and
Adle:, Goldb*>:q and Dave Kl.na
ning Ed in. Al Ossip. Alfred Stone M
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Dj. Shei ,;z- Marv.n Kimm
nci! Ge:shon Miller Jo
M rris Schneidei Hoary Smith, Will
Yunea. Jack Buri.s, Al
Kaplan and Joe Swimmer.

cial even! to 1
the Moul:n Ro tge i
ee met with prcs:den.
affair. Seated '!ef1 --- ,,.!.,
M'lton Sirkin. I Ion. r
er. O her COmn I
ike Salmon. Irvina S
Zion Ginrburi. So! C
cl. Sol Lichter. Dr. Hei
el Newman. Jrv P
ium Sussman. Geor-
Lehiman. Mike SoMin C -.!-?3 Y
SEYMOUR D. SINGER
CEIT/F/ED PI/RUC ACCOUNUM
Announces Hit opening, ol kit offices
Mercantile Bonk Bwileting
420 LINCOLN ROAD
SUITE 254 255
Brandess Women
Slate Fall Meeting
Members of the Gi Miami
. r National Women's (lorn-
mittee ol Brandeis University. are
makii annual f; 11
meeting or No> li' ;.t the Sea Isle
boti I ai cording to Mrs bV n Zion
Ginsburt president
marks the I
irth year "t
. roup in this in i B I ni-
versitj itsell is six years old
Mr- Ginsburg announced th.it
Ihe gui -i" aki r will I
F Kauffmat adn assist-
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th.- first Ji v.- ii v- i Mn

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of at
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..n enrollment oi
n! 143 It b beginning
duata train-
I hidt ats enrolled in the
.1 rit
"Purpose of the womaa*i con-
port and maintain
it th iirmer>it> The
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h..i the eonnit-
pieted .i new wiai
tn th- Ubrarj bouat th.- lou.ooo
k- jml over 1 ikmi lbuni~ ol
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PAGE 9 A
4$ 1955
Jj $2,287,968
YORK A 1955 budget
7968 m enable the National
| Welfare Board (JWB) to
,k reliCfous, morale and
\2t*m tor the 150 ock,
mcn and women in the U.S.
Ln,s and veterans hos-
pitals, and to provide essential u e _
services to jwbs more than 350j "V. "^ 5cho1 PJ-A- T Meet Wednesday
affiliated Jewish Community On- Sch^nSl^TT'1 l1* N.ur?er> IAt the Town Branch- Miss Alma
ters was adopted by the ..,,,.'will iSTS^S^S^. ^"^ ^ """"^ f ^
tions board of directors at its fall 10- at 8 p.m., in each GMJCC
meeting. The meting climaxed a Brancn- was announced by Mrs.
four day series of JWB conferences I*** ( (i<',,lnKt'r' tounty chair-
celebrating the Tercentenary of
Jewish settlement in America
The subject to be discussed is
ami, will participate in the dis-
cussion.
A new format for the Parent-
Teacher Associations of the three
nursery schools has been an-
"Ihe School (entered Program." nounced. Preceding each meeting.
there will be a group conference of
parents and teachers on each age
level.
The monthly P.T.A. meetings
and "Institute for Parents" will
follow the group conference. An-
nouncements for the series of Par-
ent Institutes will'be made at the
first meeting. These meetings are
open to the public as in the past.

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+Jtisl th*KMa*i
Some 400 Await
Naturalization
a first time large group
Polish petitioners will > naMralh
ed at Veterans' Da) ceremonies
No\ 11 in Dade County
torium.
In addition to thi *~ Poles, most-
ly displaced persons, there will be
the customarj large numl
former British citizens, 123, mainly
from the Wesl Indies 58 from Cuba
and 43 from Canada
Youngest applicant for l) S clti-
zenshp i- three-year-old Abraham
Padron. Havai 80-year
old Mar) Adeline < oe resident ol
the British Wi M IndU The three-
year-old boj i- childn n
.: h ag< to it accordi
figures released b; thi In
tion and Naturaliration
arc fron \
menia now Iran Australia \u-tn.i.
China. Colombia Turke) Sv
land. Ecuador, Egypt, Haiti, L*bs
non> Mexi, \, therlands Ni *
Zealand, Norway. Panama, Spain,
Peru and Rumania Thi almost 4tm
new citizi ns repn sent 41 i
alities Women outnumber the
i ith 225 n i I) for citizen-hip
.
will
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! lion

patriot
Clti/l '
ing Harvey V Seed I I f thi
Km 1

I the m
School
.,. in a
i will ch

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w.itch del
Section. Natioi incil ol Jewish
I b> He]
Mrs. Shafkin Chairman

by Mi Chapti
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ning. ?

Leo Chaikin. president of Weinkle Liquor Stores and active
locally in Federation end Isiael Bon.. ions, is pictured
selling a case of the internationally famous Israel Carmel
Wines to Baron do Hirtch Meyer, civic and communal leader.
Chaikin revealed thai I Liquoi Stores has embarked
on a program geared toward selling the Israel-produced wine*
without profit and as a means oi aiding Ihe Jewish Stcrta la
upbuilding its econom I industrial pol 'This is ol
paramount importance," Chaikin sad, "II Israel is to solidify
in the world co:: market the freedom for which its
fought and a of Liberation." He ex-
iron de Hirsch Meyer's purchase of
.'. :les promotion campaign would
s ai an Ol rs to emulate in ti'.e uphill strug
[utui
Eraanu-El Youth
Services to Resume
For the ninth con acuttve year,
the Sunda) mornini youth break
fast services iponaored by Temple
Emanu El an il Sisterhood will
commence with the opening tern
Ice on Sunda) morning, ttm ~. an-
Samuel Friedland, pn -i
t the congregation
\ itherinf ol teen agera
i, (s; eti 'o atten l the sen ice
i,, i e held In the ehaspi 1 .it B SO
i in followed bj breakfast In the
Temple -" lal lull prepared and
,Med b] the Sisterhood
| ii. youth breakfast services will
tinu.....h Sundaj morning
throughout ihe year and will I a
; to embrace the customs of
..all i irthcoming festival and noli-
da) as Ihej occur Various guest
speakers are scheduled to high
light forthcoming programs
FRIDAY
i^V^o^i
%
Gables Sisterhood Maps
luncheon, Rummage Sale
Si-iterh >o I of th Coral G
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Wi N \ 10.
p in at th i
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will

Sisterl
rumma Fi No\ 12.
I St Market Hum
,,i the
V:
Reich
Parent Conference
Held on Beach
Jack Wilson, treasurer of
North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'rith. who has been award-
ed a plaque as "outstanding
member of the year," will
represent the lodge at a ban-
quet marking groundbreak
ing ceremonies for the new
B'nai B'rith building in Wash-
ington on Nov. 7. Hon. Earl
Warren, Chief Justice of the
United States Supreme Court,
will be principal speaker.
Wilson will bring greetings
from North Shore Lodge, ac-
cording to Milton Mannheim-
er, president
W111
PT.A iliami
H
;
full -i
'

- II C Il
I
SI .

Van.iu- 1
to li
0
:
H i
P.T..V pn
suun
Dis ummi n leaden
Mrs. Leo I hai
kin Emanuel Goldstrii h Hi i \
perl Mn Leonard L \i.. -- Mr-
Carl Susskind, Nat Williai
rge J Talianofl Mi- Jonah
i apian Becorden include Mrs
Leonard Wlen, Mr- Davi i R Topp,
Mr- J. hn N Scrhin Mr- Benjl
bin hfaadell Mr- Lenere Weiland
and Mr.- Max Cogan
Evaluations from the recorders'
notes wen compiled and deliver-
ed by I)r Anderson to ih<' parent
group following lunch Prime aim
ot the program, he pointed out.
to eontributa suggestions,
remedies OS solutions to both par-
ents snd teaehen on their most
vexing -ihool home troubli-.
The discussions will take two
one hour period- each First pe-
riod opens at lu to am Second
period is at 11 20 a.m. The evalua-
tion assembly begins at 115 p.m.
All take place at the high school.
Luncheon Slated
At Beth David
i
I) lui k
card party oi \ i) N"vem
I Beth David Audi
im
Mrs Morris I U general
chairman, stated thai "final plans
emi nt- h ive been com
for the unique card part)
i......ure those attending most
im I fternoon"
ting on the committee are
co-chairmen Mrs Fred Sandlei n I
Mr- Rii hard Herol assisted bj
the Mi lii I Mas
Silver, Max Jacobean, Ro) Mack
Frank Ros Sam Badanes l
an Ernest Sussmann, Barr)
Klein, Ralph Hankin and Nathan
ii.,. idow
Monticello Ladies
To Meet Wednesday
Annual membership tea sponsor-
ed b) the Mollie Kahaner Ladles'
Auxiliar) will be held at the lion
I Park Jewish Center on Wed
v>\ lo. 8 p m.
A musical plaj Ii I i President's
Da)," ill I"' presenfed Included
in the casl are the Mesdsmes Mar)
Klion, Jean Cohen, Justine Abram-
nwltz, Ruth Kasten, Zelda Heyman,
larriet I I iith St.-in. Janet
iiu-h Muriel Deutsch, Beverly
Bli on B< itrici Weiss, Kuth Gold
Rubin
Pianist is Rebecca Keshlansky
The pla) i- directed by Mr- Flor
Mersel, with the assistance
ol Pauline Hirahberg and Carol
i undlicfa
Ri [reshments will ba served bj
Mr- Justine Abramowitz, chaii
,i.,i ., committee
Joseph Cherner, TjxM
-der dl
h and V.'
has been crppoinfcj
Board of C
."
'
I
con;
;
Motcr Company nd|
dent oi S
per.
pany .. I Sh
Waldman Family Takes Over Tart
Major Alterations Are Under Wav
r
Membership Tea Due
tea "ill be
I
ter, American J
10. 1 p i
home ol Mi

i n 1'

il
lay Robinson, 20th Century
Fox stai ol "The Robe" and
"Demetrius." is now appear-
ing in the Biltmore Playhouse
comedy. "Bay Me Blue Rib-
bons." The show will be pre-
sented nightly except Mon-
day for two weeks, with mati-
nees on Saturdays and Sun
days.
I'iim ii i-e ol Miami Beach's fam-
ed Lord Tarleton hotel was con
firmed thi- week by Joseph \\
p...ii who, with in- family, has
ort hotel- m Flori
... n rth tor man] pan
.\t tl time, the Wa
Famil) announced that the na
Ihe hotel would be changed to
if. tel and would opt n
Ii r it- premii r m on en Dec. 7.
i th the Waldman
opi ration, a full Amer-
p| n m ith food served under
rvisioa will
with the highest lux
. irds
Iteration pill he
ipenin mo' i irten
: wit h will be th>- installa-
01 M -t.onli -
anl
ful dinin | room that
i.....-i an
WaMa : The h
will be thi onl) I in the 30th
to 40th -t an Ihe m a activity
>i that will
"l under -tiicti -t dietary
a
tup i\ i-ion
\\ sldman i- loeated on trop-
ical oceanfront block betaaaii 40th
and 41-t -t- It has. since it first
opened bean the favorite resort
h>>tel of some of the biggest per
sonjJities in the world of business
-nil entertainment, the resort oper-
ator revealed. The beach and
patio area is one of'Miami Beach's
n.ost spacious and it also boasts a
! crystal-clear olympic-sixe swim
ming pool and an unusually lux-
urious cabana colony."
One of the most celebrated
rooms m the hotel is the famed
Jolaoa ("orner. named for the late,
great Mr Big" of show business
The complete schedule of plan-
ned activities, dancing, all-star
-how-, movies and other entertain-
ment features will be centered in
and around the Jolson Corner.
This newest of the Waldman
Family hotels is reportedly the tall
,--t building in Miami Beach, with
13S rooms, each with private glass-
enrloaad bath and shower. The ho-
tel is completely air conditioned
and heated, and each room has in-
ividual finger ti
A
Then
car room U
pus r.....r outdoor
cocktail lounge ***
neck bar solaria
room. ir ladi *
beauty salon.
stand .
The Vs ..ldmani U*
that evt. m-ivc P|*
been asade for **
convention hall and
public sress. *""
a truly luxurk *-
f handlmf W
affairs-
able
tion-. social
Bar Mitrvshs.
Associated *""JJ|
n. .Samuel.*-"J
,,w Ted Unde-TM-I
PsgftowiU Tbc
also own- and Hotel in M.am'Brt*J
Ben Tanni-nhW".'


OVEMBERJJSSi
Ri -bi
,tual loader of the Israelite Center S^fj^TT"^ K,0rida
family, died Teusday night. He liv-
ders Disappointed i Rabbi Sachs, 65,
irence With Dulles pjes jn Hospital
^,d from PS> > A
and m order to mam
ferity and sovereign^
Lf Israel, in whose wei-
fcstinv 5.000.000 Arnen-
i vitally interested."
Mi Miller, chairman of
pn Zionist Council, told
that he was "deeply
hi the Administra-
te |o restore peace and
P Middle Beat. He call-
fsirleiit Kisenhower and
H(,. l0 throw the full
taerica's influence be-
^uctiv,- and stati-man-
to bring peace to that
*tmistW^k
Clothier Succumbs; Was
Native of Key West
Frank Wolkowsky, 82-year^ld
PAGE 11 A
of N.iami from its foundation until
his ".tirernent last veir. died Sun
day in a local hospital.
A philanthropist with large real
esta holdings, he came here from
"lc\ l..iid. ().. 10 years ago. He
|ui I Neumann, -peaking
jonisi Organiiation of
Sectored 'hat Zionist
(gainst "the high level
L the Administration is
jh.iv! ; uled to correct
1,1 vjvion ol their sul>-
fn,l > check the in.-
.,i their policies,
[,, ,'i > the Gov-
|v-, pi and Saudi Arab-
Vi rejection "t ties
|c,i and tin' free world,"
Pre>i lent io-''Tih''w-',
h, \ urican Jewish Ter-
i that American
create "local im-
the Middle F.ast. Dr.
iked Are we now to
iCle "t a two-
-.mihing assurances
onsumption and very
egard ii act ua) pi actic
e.l at 752 NW 7th st. rd.
For many years he and a brother,
Isaac, operated a clothing store on
downtown Hauler st. Mr Wolkow-
sky was a native of Key West and
came to Miami 32 yeara ago.
He was ,, member of Beth David
Congregation, the Elks Lodge and
B nai B'rith He is survived by two
brothers, Isaac and Joseph. Serv-
ice- were held in Gordon's Miami
Chapel
,t
1
*. '1
\. 1..
l.-lal II
I..,,I, ,,, \e
burial
JACK WEISS
muni, .-.i. \\. iml Ri-.,, h,
I tWO year* Hgo !,,
dli 'i ......... 1- ,
"" '! Mian I!..... -. nl the
Vim k foi
MRS. ESTHER ROSENSTEIN
' h rd., I......
Ne N k ... ,||,.,|
hn rla ighti
1 I M T, 1 > >
both of Miami, nn 1 la, ..1 Neu "i ,,i k. ., 1,1-.,Hi. 1. four ala-
nd I ren Seivlc,
were h< 1.1 hi i ;.. rinn'* Miami Kuncriil
H..me, win, 1.in lal m \i sinal 1 Vim-
I
Mrs. Pollack, Pioneer
Investor, Passes Away
Mrs. Kate Pollak, 85, a pioneer
investor in Miami Beach and a lead-
er in its business and cultural life
since its early days, died Saturday
at the Belmar Hotel, where she
made her home.
After a business career in Chi-
cago, whore she operated millinery
shops and invested in business en-
terprises. Mrs. Pollak came to Mi-
ami Beach in 1922.
Mrs. Pollak made investments in
hotels and other real estate. With-
in a short time, six children joined
her here and became active in the
community.
These, who survive her. include
Mrs. Muriel Hirsch Pick, Mrs. Aar-
on Courshon, Mrs. Joseph Khrlich
and Paul, Irwin and Albert Pollak.
There are 16 grandchildren and
11 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
the Riverside Memorial Chapel on
Washington ave, Rabbi Leon Kron-
i-h officiated and burial followed
at Ml Nebo Cemetery.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN thnt
Hi.- and,-i-mIeiu'.I, 'l.-siiinc I,, .-tikui;.- in
business under tin* fictitious nan.....I
I.ITTI.K TIA.IIANA CH-TS. at 124
N.B. -ml Ave., lull-mis to register uld
name trith the Clark ..f the Circuit
Court <.f Dad* County, Florida.
YKTTA IRENE KL'TCHER, Owner
BEN ESHEN
Attorn.> for Applicant
ll/i-12-19-24
Rabbi Abraham Sachs
MRS. BESSIE UREENBERG
SAYETTA
71. ..f 220 KW 31*1 el rh....... rrom
Ni \ ..i 10 \ ear* ago, riii .1 llcl
She leavi w>n, Mi.i rla, \\ llllam
and nd a daughter, Mrs,
l lore /.i.i.hi. all ..f Miami, Heai li M. -
;i 'hapel wan In eh I
llurlul was In New
York,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OfVEN thai
the undersigned, tftealrlng to enggge In
business under the fictitious nun.....t
(ASH REGISTER BALES ,v
SERVICE, al si I North Miami Av-
anue, Miami, Kla Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of lli.- I'll -
cult Court i.f Dade County, Florida.
ABRAHAM Ht'SHMAN Interest
LEWIS I.ANI'K' Inti
ISHAKI, ABRAMK
Attorney for Cash Register
Bali .v Service.
!':'< N.E 2nd Ave.
ii S-12-1S-26
I.S. Policy of
rab Nations
ued from Page 1 A
enjoyed with 'he
Republic of Israel."
Mini; why the Arabs are
ki Sen Wiley stressed
hist threat to the Near
r ol aid t' Iraq, he
finitely includes.
\mz and essential safe-
Sii-i an) aggressive use
Sui h aid moreover, in
linn-, 'he grant of aid
ih. a~ a matter of fact.
Mer consideration."
in a Miami address
|hii.-t Regional Conven-
ile Brotherhoods at the
hotel early this week.
Bator Ceorge Smathers
[ wherever 1 can"
to the integrity and
of the State of Israel.
the disturbing incon-
the activities and pro-
|h. prc-ent administra-
Department," Sen.
lid, lias been 'hat of
\r.ili states in the guise
imunism."
Ida senator said he had
'vehemently" and ex-
.11 resisting it.
lived at 2320 SW 2Rtn st. He was
ordained in Lithuania by Rabbi Si-
mon Yehuda Skop. dean of Teller.
In Cleveland, he was president
of 'he Hizrachi Organization for 14
\ears. and a member of the board
ol education Rabbi Sachs was a
Zionist and member of B'nai B'rith.
His father. Rabbi Samuel Sachs.
Served the Cleveland Jewish com-
munity for 32 years.
Surviving are his wife. Martha;
three daughters, Mrs. Myrna Jack
son Mrs Alfred Lev and Mrs. Jo-
s'-ph Levine, all of Miami: three
brothers. Barney and Isadore of
Miami and Max of Cleveland; two
sishrs including Mrs. Joseph Ra-
,,f binowitz. of Miami, and four grand-1 Miami
children. Services were held in
Gordon Miami Chapel, with burial
in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. DORA COHEN
T:', ..f 241 NVt Ird m .li.-.l >. i 14.
Services were held In fjordon'n Miami
I-'iiii.iiiI Home, with burial In Mt.
Nebo Ceineter) Mrs Cohen, who
rame from New York 10 yearn i;i., la
survived b) n daughter, Mr* S.vivla
Nurnlierg, l...s Angeles, .nil !..
grundchlldn i

Cohen Succumbs to Heart
Ailment at Age of 49
Abraham B. Cohen. 49. of 3483
( hase ave.. Miami Beach, died in a
hospital of a heart ailment.
He came here six years ago from
Hartford. Conn., and was a member
of the executive committee of the
Miami Jewish Centers Association
and Temple Beth Sholom.
Survivors include his wife, liar
rict: son. Robert; a daughter. Su-
san; his mother. Mrs Bes-ic (nben
and one brother. George, all ol
Miami Beach, and two brothers in
Hartford.
Services were held in the Gordon
Funeral Home, Miami Beach. Bur-
ial will be Sunday at Hartford.
WILLIAM SILVERMAN
i eataurn nl ner v\ hn .ami
Chnttanouga 11 year* ..-". .li.-'l Oct.
!S in hla homi :.i IS IS ~i: i uii ter.
Surviving are his "ii--. Fiather: a son,
Allan, and .1 itiiughtei. ll. ni lettn, both
nl M......athi r, Mel.....1 II ML
.mil. and ;. alstei Servlee* were held
in i i.-i don M .'in 'hapel with I
In Mount N.-l." Cemetery.
DAVID RASHKOW
71, ..f 15(1 sw _"-i rd .. rel red furni-
ture dealer who eame from New Vork
It > ears ago, dleil I K I !S He leaves
lnv wife, Rose; two sons. Mill......f
Miami and Sheldon <>f New Y..i k. and
limiKhiiT. Mis Pearl Sllberman,
Bervlces were held in l!or-
(inn's Miami FMneral Home Chauel
with burial in Mi Slnal Cemetery.
DAVID YOUNG
54, linlldlnit contractor, died Oct. M at
his home, r,io Paler..... ave., Coral
ij.il.l.s He is survived l.v Ills w if.-.
Ida: a son, Julius of Miami and three
daughters, Mrs. Phillip Friedman. Mrs
Norman Hnyder and Hiss Marsha
Young, ;,ii of Miami. Services were
held In Gordon's Miami Chanel, with
burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. BERTHA F. KENDALL
IS, "' 11 y "ii -Miami Beai Ii. died
Saturday, sin- rame here about six
years ago from Savannah, Oa where
she operated her own drug store, sin-
is survived t.> daughter, Mrs An-
netti Katsoff, Miami Beach, and
brother, s.-rvi.-.-- and burial took
place i" Savannah Ith (lordon M
ami Beach Funeral Home In
,,i local arrangementK
_____ LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. No. 62105-B
MYKTL.K IMI:.\-lTli:i: COMPANY,
i Nl ... i i,,i Ida corpoi al Ion,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
KVKUtN CRAWFORD, also known II
EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH,
I lefendanl
NOTICE TO DEFEND IN REPLEVIN
1"'. l-:\l-:i,V\ CRAWtORD, ais,.
know li as
EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH
-' id N. W. 21st Street
Apartment -_
Miami, Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY ordered and
required to serve ., copy .-r your Ans-
wer to the Complaint filed against
you in Urn above Court, ..n Qllberl .1.
Balkln, 112 Congress Building, Miami,
Florida, the pbUntiff'i attorney, and
file the original In the offli a of the
ci.-ik ..f the Civil Court of Record, In
and for Bade County, Florida, ......r
, the 10th day ..I December, 1954.
Otherwise the allegation* ..f said Com-
plaint will i>>- taken as confessed by
you. The case is a suit In replevin and
is styled MYRTLE FURNITURE
COMPANY, INC., a Florida corpora-
tion, plaintiff, versus, EVELYN
CRAWFORD, also known as EVELYN
CRAWFORD smith, defendant, In
which the plaintiff s.-.-ks to recovei
i he follow Ing property:
One in Kelvlnator Refrigerator
(in.- .ii Supreme Btove, being a
gas range
TWO I-I Blonds end tallies
i hi. 111 Blonde coffee table
One M) Wrought Iron kitchen set,
consisting and four ( 11 chairs,
DATED at I lade Cniiniy, Florida,
this 2nd day .f November, l!*"4.
W. CECIL WATSi IN,
Clark ..f the 'Ivll Court
of Record
By: H. L. TYNDALL, Jl!
(SEAL) Deputy Clerk
UILRBRT .1. HA I.K IN
Attorney f..i Plaintiff
41L' Congress Bolldlng, Miami, Florida
11 5-12-T-2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
huslne** undei the fictitious ns
FLYINU DI'TCHMEN DRIVE-IN, si
s-.'c N.W. lltb St., Miami, intend Io
i ..in s ii h the ci.-rk <-r'
i he i v mi (!ourt "i Dade "o\intj ,
Florid
OKI 'ROE W SPORE, JR.
W. .. VAN TIEN
:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buMlnesi, undei the flctltlou* nami
TRI-TONE HOLIDAY STl'DIOS,
TRI li INB COLOR .,n,\ TRI-TONE
i(il.(il: KTI'DIOS, al U Westward
lii\.-. Miami Springs, Intends i>. reg-
Hald name with the Clerk Court of l ....I.- .mui l-l.....la.
ALVIN CLICK
n/5-ia-i-a______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
ih,- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan- ol
ASSOCIATED AD SERVICE, at 1079
'till Street, Miami Beach 11, Florida,
Intend i" register said name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court ..( Dade
i '..iliilv, Florida.
HERBERT M. LIPMANco-partner
i.i icis LIPMANco-partner
11 S-12-19-36
VERNA
--. f .....;i Fl ..in
Monda> Set ^i..
don' Mian I ';-
ZAKOWITZ
,. ., \. Hurfi rte, died
t w, .- held i'i Oor-
rh chapel. 'lb bur-
ial m Mi. N.I.,. Cemetei \ Mi
w1t, whn came from Ureensburg, Pa
-,-\. n % hi. ngn I- sun l\ ed hj i son,
Mill,in. of Miami Beach; six daughters,
Mrs Jean Smith, Mrs Amu- Rinler,
Zaknwlti and Mrs Helen (I.....Iwalt,
M of Miami Beach, and MrK u an
M Elltabeth Zakowlti, Mi Marie
Quint, of (Jreensbura grandchild
and two great grand
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26899-B
RE: EST \TK OH"
HERMAN LEE CANTOR, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai l have
filed mv final report and petition for
Klnal I ?!--.-1i.uk.- as Adinillislrator of
the estate ,.f HERMAN LBE CANTOR
deceased; and that on the -"tli day of
November, l!*."4, I will applv to tti^
Honorable FRANK B. DOWLINO,
County judge ..f Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final dlseharK.- as Adminis-
trator of the KM.it.- of HERMAN LEE
CANTOR, dei eased.
This Mth dav of October, 19".4.
// BAUL CANTOR
Administrator
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
fi.'.ii Seybold Blilg., Miami, l-l.i.
10 : n ".-i'.'-i9
* i
ihildren
Community Singers
Hold Meeting
Third regular meeting of the
Community Singers of Miami
Beach was held last week in the
Palette Room of the Miami Beach
Community Center.
Election of officers named Sam-
uel Friedman, president; Rose
Ableson. vice president; Evelyn
Lapin. recording secretary: Phi]
Balm, treasurer and financial sec-
retary: Sylvia Kurtz, assistant fi-
nancial secretary and librarian:
Monica Monhelt, chairman of mini
bership: Sarah S. Kirschner. chair-
m
Rose Ableson, telephone commit'
tee
Bill Weiss was elected chairman
of the committee tor Bocial activi-
ties, and serving with him. Joseph
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN pur-
suant to an amended l-inai Decree foreclosure dated October !0th, 19M,
ami entered In Chancery Case No.
of the Circuit Court uf the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for
I lade 'mm! 1- I.' ii d a wherein
ALFRED s KI.as. Pbtlntlff, and
. il'.HKIE MILLER is Defend int, I will
s.-ll to the highest and besl bidder for
., h al 'hi .'I. fionl dooi of the
Dade County Courthouse In Miami,
l lad.- County, Florida at 11 ......
a \l on the I'.'li daj ..f Xoi en hi r,
IS.14, the Int, i esl ,.f the I lefi ndant,
( H'SHI E MILLER, In Men i ertaln i in -
trad for d.....I dated Maj 9, 1911, filed
t,,i i......I Mai v 194a ami < nnled In
Deed l!.,k :'."> at Page !i02 ..f the
I- iblli Records "i I >ade 'ountj Flor-
ida, covering the premises situate and
r In n ids i'.....11 >. Florida di
ed as follows
s Mi feel of Lots I ind i Block
lit. LAWRENCE ESTATE
LAND COMPANY'S Hl'BDIVI-
si. in, according to the pbtt
thereof as recorded In Plal Book
! at Page 51 of the Public Rec-
ord! ..f Dade County, Florida,
aks II* S 10th Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida; together with the
improvements thereon, ait.t the
furniture, furnishings and fix-
tures as *.-t forth in the Inven-
tory contained in the contract
for deed
Dated this Ird day of November,
P! R. LEATHERMAN
l 'l.-rk (> Said Circuit ''.''ll I
Bj I. M BLANCH Uil.
(Ct. Steal) I pul v CU i<
; : i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No. 173823
VICTORIA Itnl.i.i: BARR, Pbtlntlff,
vs.
QEOROE RARR, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T' tlEI >ROE BARR, Defendant,
A.i.ii ess I 'nknou n
Yi.C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
11,.,f a complaint for divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requii
ed to sei \ opj .f your unswei on
i tint Iffs a itornej Rl IB] !RT ll
i ra cup ;. Ksquli l""-i a
Building, Miami J2, Florida, and file
Ho- original answer In the off.....t
the 'lei k of the i in nil < "oui i on or
before the Sth daj of I leci mbei. IS.14,
otherwise the allegations In si.id com-
plaint will be taken as confessed by
"i'I.i-: vsi-: Ol IVERN Vi ICRSBLF AC-
i'.,|;|.|N,;i.V
Hated; ttctober !9, 1054
r R LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the I'lM ill Court
By; M, C, GREEN,
is.-.ili Deputy Clerk
11 .".-!:
NOTICE liMricn FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN
the underslaned, di ige In
;in ol publicity; Jean Devens and
Miami, 1
Mrlth ine Cli rk
-1 a Dade 'ounn I- loi Ida,
v v i-i ii .\' y \ i ..' I.' :i '
MI'RR v>' Is' VRI
. !i iLl ISTKIN I K 'Ll I8TE1N
v | i .nl
Shulman. Hose G<.....ler, Regina m"
Halm and Anna S>hwarl/in,in
her and Formost salamis are cured in a Pec"y
Hiiically monitored smokehouse. Israel Kosner s
inqs out that sought-for aroma of rare spices liav-
ne8t grade pure beef.
Leonard Snydermah and Ethel
Zebu/ are outgoing president and
vice president. /
The Community Singers am, Beach is a choral group now
an integral part of the activities of
the City <>f Miami Beach Recrea-
tion Department. Ben Yomen. com-
poser and arranger, is director, as-
sisted by his wife, Margaret.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to em
business under the fictitious name ..r
KEO BAR, al M Northeast Mth
Street, Miami Dade County, Florldn
intends to register said name with the
cieik of the Circuit Court .' Dade
County, Florida _
JACK OROB
HENRY If. CAIN
attorney for \iipll.-ani
LV'.I s \V. Via Kiel St Miami, Elu.
ll/5-12-19-i
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
in ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS si I \ l.l, COME, GREETINGS:
When .. b,
PASI MFNDE1 RON.
swan LAKE. NEW YORK
MORRIS MAROOLIS.
MIAMI BEACH, KI.nniDA
WILLIAM FHRENREIl H
FRRNDALE SEW YORK
PEARL FHPKVREICH.
FERNDALE m:w YORK
did .-ii the i uii da> of s. ptembei.
\ i. io |3, pause to be Incot porati n
the provisions of Chaptei BOH,
l--l,,.-i,l.i .- lutes M KXINE HOTEL
I 'i iRPi iR \ ih IN a n. id
ii inclnal f huslni '
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k. dai of November \
to I., rile I ii the office of th, -
i.ii v ..f State ol the Btal I I
li the si..
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'' ssolu-
Von rel the s- r. tarv of
State do, h*reb\ certify
lid thai hi
temilrenSents of law have been com-
piled Ith
IN WITNESS WHEREOl I
have hereunto set my hand
,ii,i have affixed the Oreal
Seal >' Hie State --r Florida,
at Tallnliassep. the Capital,
lliis the Fir*! day of KOVem-
i.i A.IV lM.
i; \ en iv.
Becretarj ol state.
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FLORIDA
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1954
SECTION B
ithilde Sarrand to Star in
iami Israel Bond Operalogue
n 1,000 members of the
l;,i.u Community are ex-
attend the Israel Bond
,. i(l be presented in the
ril,n of the Empress
Pec 1. al 8 p.m.. accord
inter Miami chairman Ja-
.,,. for the Operalogue
kcussed al a special work
|ng in be held in the card
|t|,e Royal Palm hotel on
J0, : ,,i 10:80 a.m.
[. i,,.,,, |e) and a ladies'
ported from Israel, will
drd at that time to the
rho has -old the most
none) and to the worker
Did the most bonds in
| Nov. 7.
I,, i he Operalogue
hrough Uv purchase of a
i the sale of $300 in
here will also be special
[r purchasers of S500 and
bnd>
jogue headquarters on Mi- [
eh. located at the Royal
il, reports eager anticipa-
enthusiasm o v r the
i nt.
It,- (he evcnl a community-
Bnction. organ izations
throughout the city are Operatingsent the classic "Madame Butter-
with the State of Israel Bond Or fly" with the original talented cast
ganization. scheduled t>> appear.
"Operalogue is an entirely new The cast will feature lovely Ha-
nd streamlined approach to opera thilde Sarrand. a lyric coloratura
and will be introduced to this area soprano, who spent most of her
for the first time by the famed early years in Paris. Prance. She
Carol Longone under the auspices ; has concertized in Italy and Prance
of the State of Israel Bond Organ- with notable success and has made
ization," Sher explained. recordings in Vienna.
Mrs. Longone has chosen to pre A rtandard ,,.M,-,,.(,,-. js
al her command. Mi-- Sarrand hi
appeared in the role- ul Violetta in
"Traviata," Micaela in "Carmen."
Marguerite in "Faust." Mimi and
Musetta in "Boheme," Nedda in
"Pagliacci," and in many other
roles. Among other companies, she
has Ring uith the San Carlo Opera ... ... ., ,
Company in New York City A DOrder rald drl11 ln Israel brings children from kindergarten
..'. classes down to shelter area. The shelters are of reinforced
HUM Sarrand has appeared as
irs Establish $30,000 Scholarship
riversity of Miami Medical School
guest artist on various radio net-
works and has sung on the "Metro-,
politan Opera Auditions of the ]
Air."
Opposite her will be an old BiSC-
ciate Bernard Green who ap-
peared with Miss Sarrand on the
Met Auditions.
Green trained under the Veter-
ans Program of the American
Theatre Wing from 194fi to 1949.
He also made successful appear-
ances in Opera Cameos on televi-
concrete and can withstand direct hits. United Israel Appecl
agencies, with funds derived from the United Jewish Appacl
campaign, finance the buildinq of these shelters to protect
immigrant children from bombings in exposed border areas.
Leon Kaplan Named Vice Chairman
Of JWB's Jewish Center Division
The election of Leon Kaplan as '
vice chairman of the Jewish Ceo
ter Division of the National Jewish
Welfare Board took place at an.
annual meeting of the division in
i loan tund of $30,-
it the Univer-
Hiami Medical School has
Wished by Mr. and Mrs.
Diner
Now residents of Miami B iach
the Zltners moved to this area
from Philadelphia a year ago. The
loan fund for local medical stu-
sion. He has sung in concerts in New York on Sunday.
New York and surrounding areas, This is the first time in the his-
and has toured in Chatanooga, tory ol the National Jewish Wei-
Ti nn., Jacksonville, Fla., and Pe-
terson and Atlantic City, N J.
The other two members of the
fare Board that a Jewish Center
leader from the South has been
elected to the high position.
Alon^ with Kaplan, serving as
cast are Viviane Bauer and Robert vj,.,, chairman, will be Lawrence
dents extends benefits to Miami Watts lrell. ol Los Angeles, Alan Al-
similarly made by the Zltners to Mrj v;, s,... ,. chairman of theimer, ol Chicago, Louis Stern,
, Philadelphia medical students. ,. ,. of Newark, and Mrs. Walter E. Hel-
'In expressing his gratitude for lhe Wmens D,v,slon "' "'" "r ler. of Chici
j the establishment of the Zitner ganization and is in charge ol set- Mrg W;||ti,r R n,.lu.r wju C),n.
iF'und. Universltj president Jay f ting up coordinating committees finue M (.h..irman of the Jewish
W. Pearson stressed the need for [or the Operalogui Center Division.
such aids now that college sui.sul- ,n connection wi,h the bond Kaplan has long been associated
ies for GI's have largely run out
wl Seeks
ice, Eban
\ls Nations
ED NATIONS Only
I Vbba Khan reminded the
Assembly, meeting here through the expensive years of spccjai rJi,y jn lne ocean Kront j Y\v7lA. the Jewish Centers Associ-
k. Israi I made vigorous ef-
bring about face-to-face
Jordan efforts that
bnlv because Jordan re-
call tor a conference
I raiiy Molly Picon. Queen ol the with Jewish Center work in Great-
i, as well as in the South
lie served as
iami YM and ;
"A few years back 80 percent of Yid(|jsh sta,,e and star stage, Miami as well as
edica. students were he.pecM ^ radfoi was honored at H^J*VSTmJ
Leon Kaplan
medical school by the GI Bill." Dr. .Vu(ljtorium Thursday evening. lation of Greater Miami, and he is lhe Jewish Centers in the United
Miss Picon, .he petite star who at present Regional president of States. The other division is the
the Southern Section of the Nation-! Armed Service Division, which pro
vides recreation, morale and lei-
al Jewish Welfare Board.
Kaplan is also active in many-
Pearson said.
"Relatively few students have hjs (oim,(| (nroo contjnent>, sing.
this aid nowadays, and the long jnj{ in yiddish. English. French
the Seeretary General of, haul of medical school is often a J Sp.injsn wa8 featured recent-
ed Nations. Israel has re-
i the Israeli economy, he
pointed out that only a
cause for deep gratitude to Mr. S>ufh geach Council of Israel J tion.
and Mrs. Zitner." g^^ ( which the chairman is \ The Jewish Center Division of
sure time services for men and
women in uniform. Charles Aaron
ago Israel agreed to the
Ion of Arab accounts in Is-
)ks and even to release the
I Of Aral) valuables held in
losit Imxes in the Israeli
[ainst Israel's conciliatory
told 'he Assembly about
refusal to permit Israel-
JhippinK to go through the
Vnai He referred to the
which Egypt inter-
ims' week on "an absurd
serting that this vessel
Dried no weapons of any
peepl the master's pistol,
Mid caused casualties in
Plan coastal port." Egypt's
pi thi- connection was char-
by Mr. Eban U bearing
tilni "
\r In the debate, Syria <..li-
''" nited Nations to es-
ne Palestine commission
11 the Big Five Unit
USSR, Great Britain.
Md Nationalist China. The
Finn. Syria proposed, should
fe up the question of the
""> Of refugees, then the
"id territorial ques
hard one for many well qualified ,y a{ ,ho 01ympia Theatre in Mi- local organizations, serving on the [g piesi(lpn, 0 the National Jewish
men and women students. Many amj I board and executive committee of i Welfare Board,
doctors of the future will have The rMy was sp<)nM,ri.d by the the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
Dean Homer F. Marsh of the Una MjnUes.
the National Jewish Welfare Board
Medical School joined with Dr. Ma>u.r ()f ceremonies was Miami is one of two major divisions con
Pearson in accepting the Zitner ^ B>;ach (ounci|man Burnett Roth. I cerned with serving the needs of
Fund.
Miamians Will
Attend Meet
A large contingent of Jewish
Center leaders, headed by Leon
Kaplan, president of the Southern
Secti in. Jewish Welfare Board, and
Mrs, Milton Sirkln, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center. Is leaving this week-
end '..) attend th.' ninth annual
m. ting of Hi S itithern Section of
the National Jewish Welfare Board.
In addition, other Center lead-
ers in attendance include Mrs. Leon
Kaplan: Milton Sirkin. member of
the National Jewish Welfare board
of directors and member of the
GMJCC hoard Mrs Call Susskind.
of the GMJCC board; Sam Seitlm.
chairman of the health and physi-
cal education committee of the
Southern Section, Jewish Welfare
hoard, and member of '.he GMJCC
board: and Kfr.iim ll Gale, execu-
tive director of GMJCC and mem-
ber of 'he board of governors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Pedera
tion.
The program, which is concerned
a* (~ n S30 000 scholarship at the University of Miami Medical
Final arrangements being made iot a Mj Beach philanthropists who have with workshops, plenary sessions
School. Left to right are Mr. and Mr,s.^amue>IWn ident# and Homer F. Marsh, and pane, discussions on various
established the scholarship. Dr. Jay F. W. Fear son, u f Continued on P.. 8 B
dean of the medical school.
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FIRST jlr,,,.
r firm
.FRIDAY, hov
HIGHEST IN RESERVES
Miami Beach Feder
I N0 ,oN M10(...
Active in the current Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah membership dnve are standing) the Mesdames Alex Dellerson. B. Zuckerbraum. Dan S.ernfeld. Will Green ffi
Joseph Shapiro. Morris Lencer. Sanford Jacob son. vice president Moe Thau. Benjamin A
Gladwin. president, Samuel Ostrow and Max Avarbach. Seated are Mrs. Murray We.l.
vice president and membership chairman, and Mrs. Iack_Bernstein. financial secretary------
Rev. Kaminetzky Named
New Kashruth Supervisor
Announcement WSi made here
thi- week that Rev. Benjamin Ka-
minetzky i. the newly appointed
supervisor over kosher butcher
shops and poultrj markets "i Mi
ami Beach. t>> approval and en-
dorsement of the Greater Miami
Orthndux Rabbinical Council, un-
der the direction of K..i>iu
'Sports Hi-Spots'
To Interview Team
The Kmnht of Archbishop Cur-
ley hiuh school will be guests ol
Merle Roberts on "Sports HI-
Sp..t~." Monday, Nm 8, at 9 90
pm. over radio station WIN/.
Ray Dunn i- coach for the fool
ball team, which i> now in its C
ond year at the new school For
the fir-t time this year, tin
competing in the Gold Coasl
Meschelofl
-All Miami Beach establishments ferenci
displaying the sign ol the Central Florida Power A Lighl Co spon-
Miami Kashruth Commission are sors "Sports Hi-Spots." which gives
, iHance n rve up t< d iti news year around, on
tame stricl kashruth require- the high school sports -
menl > w schelofl has
standardized i o r the past IS
the announcement re-
ded.
Kaminetzk) has mai
\;n ri< nee in thi I kash
Hi hochct, ha\ -
ig a kal bbi Fleish
ol the Beth Hamidrash li
i i New Y<>rk He has rvi d as
tochet, supervisor "i kashruth
nd religious leader in Fayetteville
i Durham, N C. for ten years,
,ii Macon, Ga for six years
irior, to in- coming to our com-
nunit)
During hi- staj in Fayetteville.
he served .is civilian chaplain at
. ort Bra.
Lions Aid
Sisrhl Drive
matel) I 500 Lion
members will Tub' up greater Mi
ami with more than < quarter mi
Dude I nit Issues
Cancer Warning
Dads County Unit of the Amer-
lean Cancer society this week re-
minded Miamiaiu that cancer daily
takes the lives of 620 Americans
Half of 'hose people might
lived if the cancer had been
detected m time." a statement
here revealed "Because cancer
gives ii" warning it maj strike
man. woman or child, anytime, ai
where thej had no inkling ol its
nee
The mm iel ed a thorough
health check up ever) y* ar,
tter how well you feel 'I he
Dade unil also urged women over
39 to s, iheir physicians twice
yearly
A free booklet the
dread disea ind thi even dan
gers which alert persons to
cer systems is available at the
MOSTHSHOM IMNCH MAIN OHICf
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PRUDENT MANAGEMENT MAKES POSSIBLE OWj^
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The Public Learns Quick!-/ Where To Sh
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Will
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STOBB OR MOVE THE MODERN WITHERS W;
lion light bulbs in their campaign American Cancer Society, L200
for better eye right, which opened Huntington bidg., Miami
hen N<>\ I,
52 Association Slates
The I.ions cluhs in all Hade
County communities will undertake
to seli 350.000 electric light bulbs
to raise funds lo ( used for sight
conservation projects and aid to
the hlind.
Host cluhs maintain funds to buy
classes, pay for eye examinations
for the needy, and seven cluhs in
the area have purchased telebinoc-
ulars for schools to use in eye \
52 Association of Greater Miami aminations
will hold .. card party at the Roney Godfrey Novotny, chairman for
I'laza hotel mi Tuesdaj evening, the bulb tale, emphasized the
.\.p\ 16 8 p.m Chairman <>i the bulbs will be offered f"r -
.aijir i- Louise Bushing regular prices and urged residents
Also scheduled bj th< group is '" rtoc" "I1 "" ,,ll!l,s during the
a membership cocktail part) a) camps
the Algiers hotel "ti Sunday, N A caravan of light bulbs will be
::';. from 2 to ."> p.m accoi to sponsored bj the Lions Fridaj and
an announcement thi- week b> will i- escorted bj polio through
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+Je*teLQcridiati
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Biscayne Jews Unite To Meet Needs Of Their Young
Floridi*" Feavbaw
[ Jewish families hsrtra or
form ihe Key Biscayne
Legation. "The prinei-
[m was one involving our
explained Mrs. Mac Se
selvc.s. really ns *?1rawirs. with l,ui ih
holidays and festivals ol other suiting the classified directory
faiths." The black, Infant kitten soon proved invaluab
darted across her lap. Mrs. Segal u,.,. m,
caught II and car,.....i ,, "' Gr" sealed, they
That alone, we thought, would """"'",l ll"' Bureau ol Jewish
give our youngsters their first Education in Miami Louis Sch-
krm-eyed, dark-haired
[nan who, until last week.
temporal1) president of
Igation.
I in her pleasant living-
, held the silent attention
all son and an infant kit
.,,.. ., matter of belong-
fa feeling of belonging,"
sized "We could sea our
I in different dlree-
vr Ihem as they stood
i, (he other non-Jewish
p ihr island leaving for
activities at Key Bis
Immunity Church or St.
Iholic Church," Mr.-j. ^>u
major ihara In Jewish tradition.' wstanan, executive director, dis-
yne is a relatively new
I I -iime 1.00() fam-
fcud in Biscayna Bay off
awaj No, 1.
five months ago, Mrs Se-
75 VYoodcrest rcl *pear-
I movi i" organise th 37
Imilie- All of the women
Ij home," she explained,
icntal purpose of
n^ ourselves in matters
to Judaism, We felt this
kquisile in attaining our
[goal that 0
The following month the women
brought their husband- (,, an or
ganizational meet at Biscayne Fel-
lowship Mall of Ihe Key Biscayne
Community Church. With Mrs Se
gal named temporary president,
other officer- included the Me:
dames Herbert A Kuvin. 520 Har-
bor dr.. vice president; Hurra) I.
Krell, 561 Warren In. treasurer;
and Harold Kufeld, 205 West Enid
dr., secretary.
"Our first move was to form a
regular Sunday school Hid we
also had m mind organizing our-
selves into a congregation prepared
to celebrate the coming High Holy
Days." This meant setting up com
mittees for instruction on methods
of preparing for the observances,
Mrs Segal explained.
Appointed chairman of the Sun-
day school committee was Mrs
Arthur I. Gray, of 301 Mclntire dr
an attractive blond-headed woman
"whose enthusiasm and conscien-
tiousness eminently qualified her
for the post." Smiling gayly at her
word portrait. Mrs. Cray remarked
that the group's first move was to
f educating set outside guidance.
Simple expedient of con- school next year. And the Plaj
house is perfect; the facilities ara
ealed down to children's needs
Meanwhile, a recent fund raising
card party and luncheon was held
at the home ot Mr- Nathan
Schaen, 402 Warren In., with the
participation of main Key Biscayne
women, including a food number
of th" Catholic and Protestant
faiths, according to Mrs. Segal,
"who have been extremely sympa-
thetic in helping launch the Key
Jewish < longregation."
functions have since in-
cluded the building of a Sukkah
at the home of Mr. and Mr- Harry
Bazen, 088 Pernwood id., and the
sponsoring of Sukkoth festivals
there, and a recent Bar-B-Cue un-
der congregational sponsorship at-
the home of Mr. and Mrs Morti-
Jewish tradition, holidays, langu-lmer Pried, 960 Allendale'rd.
age, customs and instruction. Mrs. In addition, the active congrega-
Segal explained that Herbert Ber- tion gave $20 to the local March of
ger. Bureau extension activities di-
rector, lectured to the congregation
on the significance of Rosh Ha-
shona and Y o in Kippur and on
methods of preparing for the High
Holy Days
By that time, the Sunday school
was a reality Meeting at Little
Island Playhouse too East Heather
dr., the school holds classes from
th th in wlj i irmed on
lh difficulties involved
i Sundaj school and
sugge ted alternative pos abilities
"i sending Kej Biscayne children
to established religious schools in
'he Miami area if the difficulties Blscaynt
proved overwhelms Other
"But h were determined," Mrs
Graj said, "to have a congrega
tion oi our own The Bureau sub-
sequently sent information to con
gregation leaders in the form ol
pamphlets, film strips and other
I and oral aids dealing with
rn in these matters.
anted them to be able to
intelligently their own
Mo know anil understand
kt simpl) to identify them-
We went to the University of
Miami, and they confessed they
didn't know how wo might begin,
Most of us had not been identified
with the Jewish community before.
Dimes campaign in the name of the
congregation.
But Key Biscayne Jewish lead
ers now look forward to the young
congregation's future and the role
it will play in the Greater Miami
Jewish community. "We went to
Efraim Gale, director of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community (en
ter," Mrs. Segal said, "and asked
10 to 11:30 am for nursery age him what wo might do to bridge the
children, with the curriculum map-1 gap between us. Everybody has
ped out by the Bureau of Jewish been very helpful. Actually, we
Education. Appointed teacher was are still working on our charter.
Mrs. Boris Hackovsky. wife of Rah- and some of our plans are way
In Boris Rackovsky, Miami spirit-
ual leader. Mrs. Gray explained
that "we are now planning for a
first grade to be added to the
ahead of our means to implement
them.'"
The transition to permanence
was made last week, with the olec
Pates in the Expanding Miami Jewish Community
HolomcJ
Mr*. Krtll
Herbert I. Hooiwin
. new president
tion of full term officers. Named
president was Herbert J. Hoodwin,
of 140 Btittonwood dr Mr-. Segal
i- now vice president. Mrs. Sam
Malamed, 512 Ridgewood rd.,
| shares the vice presidential post
with her. Retaining their offices
BS secretary and treasurer are Mrs.
, Kufeld and Mr- Krell, respec-
tively.
I.(ailing a committee to iron out
jthe remaining difficulties atten-
j dant to drawing up a charter is
| Mortimer Fried. Other committee
| heads include Frank Marder, 455
Ridgewood rd.. program; Mrs. Arm-
and Davis and Mrs. Melvin Epstein,
social: and Mrs. Krell, fund rais-
ing.
Thus. 37 families in an island
community now forge the road
ahead in the matter of establishing
a center for Jewish activity and
education. Their leader- know-
that Key Biscayne Jewish Congre-
gation have many difficult ol sta-
des to surmount. But they also
know the effort they are expending
is worth it
As Mrs. Segal laid again: "We
must reeducate ourselves in Juda-
be Isolatedso that they should
im so that our children should not
have a feeling of belonging, .
TH
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Sholem Asch Finds Hard Times
|RS TO MY DAUGHTER:
mory of My Brother Mo-
lim of Teutonic Tyranny.
kbert D. Runes. 131 pp.
pical Library, New York.
' Mj Daughter." by Da
R II i- a companion
Dr Ru ii other slim vol-
fctter to My Son." This
|ly printed book, it must
^fortunately suffers from
displayed by his earlier
|ium ot epistles in a aim-
meant to express the
- of Lord Chesterfield,
ime has failed. If Dr.
ended that his maxim-wis
lid take up where de La
Jcauld left off, he is again
difficulty.
Hstolary form of philoso-
pmination is doubtful at
I 'he author of "Letters to
ghter" made things even
Sen ho refrained from lim-
1 horizon. Thus, Dr. Runes'
F*nge from discussions on
Igenerally, Judaism speci-
|rt and science through
lalysis.
[eftnri. therefore, to show
understanding, he plants
fcader suspicions regarding
[red limitations. Principal
Tnes is bent on developing
ry tone of the ancient
Prophet-. Peppering his observa
tions with reference-, never prop
erly annotated, to distinguished
secular and accepted religious writ
ings. be seek- the lilt ol prophecy
hut fails to indulge the reader's
credulity.
A Doctor of Philosophy from the
University ol Vienna, I>r. Kunes
shows none of the objective reality
that a man of his academic stature
should display. Thus, his letters
relating to abstract art and In- m
triolic attack against psychoanaly-
sts and Dr. Sigmund Freud- whom
he has characterized through con
venient quotes as "just a dirty old
man" and "a muddleheaded Vien-
nese doctor" bespeak simple
prejudice rather than a profound
vision of twentieth century
thought.
Dr. Runes concludes "Letters to
My Daughter" with a dictionary of
definitions, none of which manifest
the love of man upon which he
spends so much time as a concept
in the preceding pages of the book
Relating his understanding of man
to a sociologic view of "Race," the
author writes: "From Cathay to
the Gaelic lands, from the Baltics
to the African desert, man has
sailed a hundred times and mingled
in marriage, rape and concubinage
with neither discrimination nor
disdain." .
This sort of cynicism sounds a
note such as can never be found in
the music of the Prophets.
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Sholem Asch, wh S6 relations
with Jtwrj and Judaism have been
somewh .' more than shadows since
his embarking on Christdlogical
themes, \i known to be shedding
copii 0 tear- over hi- distress. But
the Impression persists that his dis
tress stems more i:om the elusive
Nobel Prize tor Literature than
from unaccepted repentance, as he
claims in a recent interview with:
Leon Feldberg, editor ol the South
African Jewish Times.
The thesis of the interview i-
with Asch doing all the talking
that Jewish irreligious and athei
stic intellectual- had set up a howl
against him not to get him "to re
pent" but t" drive him from the
Jewish midst in order "to be able
to point the finger of scorn" at
him and say they had boon right
when they stamped him an apos-
tate and reneuade Referring to
what he calls "the storm against me
in gome Jewish quarters." Asch
asks: "Is it not strange that it
comes mainly not from r.digious
Jews, but from Jews who are far
from Jewish religious belief?"
Isn't it rather odd for Asch to
complain that the Godless intellect
uals aren't interested in having him
repent? If he felt no need for re-
pentance why is he so sensitive
about it? Nor is Asch the naive
man he wants to appear when he
piouslv speculates why ho is so
hounded by the Godless As an ar-
,i,t he must have fully realized
that his new thematic well would
face scrutiny by all who are at-
tracted to the Jewish canvass, not
the religious alone.
How true is it that the storm
against Asch stems mainly from
the irreligious? An item on my
desk tells me that the Tifereth Zvi
synagogue in T I Aviv refused to
sell an alyah to its distinguished
visitor despite his tempting offer
ol J"i(i pound- lor the honor of be-
ing called to the reading of tha Law
on Yom Kippur. In fact the gab
bairn of the synagogue refust I to
sell him a ticket, s signing him a
tree p< though others wishing to
attend the services were less tortu
nate. sholem Asch, the story re-
lates, was ignored by the worship
pera and the host of writers, artists
and journalists who attended the
services.
In a letter to one of Tel Aviv's
dailies, \ ich denied he soughl to
buy an alyah. but hi- denial met
with rebuttal by the newspi p<
,, statement that it had receit i
letter from a member of the syni
gogue board confirming the st
Ri jection oi Vsch's bid for an alyah
i- said ''I have received wide ap-
proval in Israel among all ci
religious and otherwise.
There i- no challengin Vs h
right to write as he pleases and to
boose whatever theme insp i
him. But not even so astute an ar-
tist a- Asch van balance himsell
between tWO distant hearths of the
kind from which he seems to be
seeking simultaneous warmth with-
out arising suspicion that his salva-
tion may rest elsewhere.
Top Jewish Boxer Looms on
Horizon; Scores Noted Wins
By BILL WOLF
JTA
There's a new celebrity added to
the list of Jewish atWetic stars.
He's Robert Cohen, outstanding
French bantamweight fighter.
Cohen captured the world's ban
tamweight crown with his recent
victory in Thailand over Chamrern
Songkitrat.
As could be expected, immediate
attempts were made to have Cohen
fight in the United States. Dates
advanced for the fight were either
Dec. 1 or Jan. 1, a matter which
remained to be settled.
This will be a major event, since
it has been some time since a Jew-
ish fighter assumed such an im-
portant role in the ring. At one
time boxing had many Jewish stal-
warts, but gradually fewer Jewish
athletes found the ring an attrac-
tive proposition.
Great things can be expected of
Cohen in the future, according to
the view of many fans. He has been
on a steady climb, and his recent
triumph climaxes the international
attention he has been receiving in
recent months.
The match which won Cohen the
title is a story in itself. It was the
kind of thing a script writer might
have dreamed up.
Before some 60,000 fight fans,
which is a tremendous boxing
crowd in any part of the world, the
two fighters slammed it out with
each other. In the fifth round Co-
hen injured his hand, and it was
amazing that he was able to con-
tinue so brilliantly.


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B'nai B'rith Launches Membership Drive
In Miami; Sunday Breakfast Rallies Due
Wayrrs Abe Aronovitz and Har- Hillel Bouse M the Iniv.r-rtv of
0I8 Shjpiro. of Miami and Miami Miami c m p u -. Miller nl ami
Beach, were thi- week designated Dixie hwaj
honorary chairmen lor the Great- Participating groups are Sholem
er Miami area (iur|na the nationa] Lodge, Manin Kau/in president;
membership drive of B'nai B'rith. Flamingo Lodge, Bernard Levine,
which geta under way here Friday, president; Coral Gal
Nov. 7. with the observance ol nej Hascoe. president; and i-...-
join Day." Lomh Lodge I Bernstein,
Announcement of the designs- president
tion of the chairmen was made by Uso scheduled is breakfi
Robert Schneiderman. of Long the lame time [or Miami B< ch
Island City, New York, newlj an- Lodge in the Di Lido hotel, accord-
pointed national membership field ing to an announcement thi- Week
representative ol B'nai B'rith. b) Gershon Miller presidenl
The drive for new members will Membership c chairmen for the
extend through Dec 12 Planned Sunday breakfasts are Bernard Lie-
for Sunday. Nos. 1 is I series of berman, Frank Kirschner, Frank
breakfasts throughout the Greater Seiden and Bernstein
Miami area, which will kick off the Meanwhile. Schneiderman also
local campaign At 9:30 a.m. four revealed that station WTCAT will
B'nai B'rith lodges will meet in carr\ an address b> United States
Supreme (Hurt Justice Karl War-
ren on Sunday evening. 11 15 p m .
marking the groundbreaking cere-
monies held in Washington. D.C.,
.if the B'nai B'rith building there.
Also appearing. Schneiderman
said, will be Phillip Klutmick, pre-
ident of B'nai B'rith. and film
rtars Constance Bennett and John
Hodiak
Fresh from a notable career in
the United States Navj and deeply
croundeii m Jewish interests and
Mount Sinai Auxiliary
Schedules Afternoon
Affair at Casablanca
Semi-annual meeting of the
Women's Auxiliary ol Mount Sinai
Hospital, devoted to membership,
will be held in the Morocco Room
of the Casablanca Hotel on Friday.
Novembi r 5, at 1 p m
\ short business session will
open the meeting, followed bj the activities, Schneiderman has un-
highlighl ol the afternoon dertaken thi assignment to direct
original pla) written bj Trixie
Levin. "Practk i About
Practical Nura -
Womt n attend | the nu
will -
j hospital life The
- Mil-
\ lei Bei Grei
intensive B'nai B'rith membership
campaigns in metropolitan an
B'nai B'rith District (irand Lodge i
No 3 including the District of
Columbia and six states ol the
Southeast
Schneiderman has a B.S. d< rei
in psychology from the Universit)
Richter \ lapira Bernard of Michigan and has taken .
Wall William Wickman, Harold ate work at the same institution
Wynn and Albert Paticky, pianist He also attended Princeton Univer
Mrs Maxwell H> mber- -it> and Columbia University.
ship chairman with co-chairman j
Mr- Joseph Williamson indicated
thai the afternoon "will servi
mak< "
Moui Sit \ iixil lai conscious
. nscious of what membership in
thi- organization can do in terms
i : volunteer service to the com

Renewal.'' ol old memberships, I
and thi bringing in ol new mem
i" : from the commun I help to
k< > p i hi w omen A ixiliar) .,
rful \ olunteer organization
immunit> timi
ents in the *
ol othi
Mr- Morris J Goldin. Auxiliary
has iir. ited wi>men here
who are not yet members ol the
Auxiliai s ol M ui I Sin Hospital
I ten >on'. pr
Golden Agers Plan
Israeli Dance Program
rogram of Israi un-
der thi hi| : Stanli
.: /.I \ will be pre
7. at the n
I i-hip Club Town Branch.
i-h Community
ter
According to Herman Kam pres-
:n w 111
honor the birthdaj ol the first
lent ol th- Si iti ol Israel, !>r
chaim Weiaman Following the
dance portion oi the program, the
(iolden Age Friendship Club will
present tree- to the State of I~
rael as a memorial to I)r Wei/
man The program is open to the
(iolden Ager- of the community
Judge Sam I. Silver (center), general chairman of the B'nai
B'rilh membership campaign in the Greater Miami area, dis-
cusses plans for "Join Day" with Julius Fisher (left). Roanoke,
Va.. executive secretary of District Grand Lodge No. 5. and
Max Krolofi. director of the department oi membership and
programs at Washington, D.C.
Roth to Chair Installation Affair
Mr and Mrs David Provtll, 3440 I of the Southeastern Region, for
Royal Palm ave will be hosts to his outstanding work in the field of
the board of the Miami Beach-Is- membership.
rael Zionist District at a meeting Gil Rappaport. Florida director
in their home on Monda) evening, f,,r (he Zionist Organization of
Nov 8.8pm. according to Fred America, will discuss the brunch
Jonas, presidenl of the district that the combined Zionist Districts
Councilman Burnett Roth, ch.nr i ,,f South Florida are planning at
man of the board and also chair- if,,. Di Lido hotel on Sunday morn
man oi an installation dinner v ., ,___ i
. iing. Nov 14. in honor of Rabbi
which the district is planning to I
hold at the Di Lido hotel on Sun- "her h'r-hblum of Kew Cardans.
day, Dec 5. will report on the Nt York, national membership
affair chairman of the organization.
The dinner will be a kosher meal Seymour B. Liebman. chairman
and will feature outstanding speak- ,w c ...
of the Southeastern Region admin
er- and entertainment according *
,,, i{lltri istrauve committee and of the
Serving on the dinner committee Florida Confederation of Zionist
are Sam Prostennan. Phil Salmon. Districts, will outline a plan for
Herbl.inuk \1 Sh.rman F.ed Jo ,h|. (.r(.alln f y^,,, Fll(nda
IMS Alex \ an Straaten. Judge ,,_ .
Charles Gerllcr. Saul Genet. Leon Z0A srdinating board.
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jVEMBER 5, 1954
jjJJen Attend Luncheon Meet;
Stress Importance of CJA
Zj^t+ttlrrHton K~r-
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In the vanguard of the constant
1 fight against prejudice, bigotry
30Q women
, f local and nation-
fr. heiinl Dr. Joseph j and anti Senutism. the league is
v the idea of the joined by the American Jewish
Committee and the Jewish War
Veterans.
According to Talianoff, ADL has
been supplying the objective lacts
to the American people and he is
cnfi'<'ti 'hi' tHma -h -ducation-
al and social legislation, prejudice
a iK i bigotry is on the "way out.
Heller. Commander for the State
MR
V Jewish Federation
[inciple "f community
DibUcal times.
, the all day session of
to Know Your Com-
Lhenn |>-"Hram spon-
feder.ition Women I
Naroi stated that.
_. gnmp "f 'ews came
terdam 300 years ago of Florida Jewish War Veterans.
......... :.,ihered to asked his audience to 'talk of de-
mocracy but more important,
practice it." He described the work
<>' 'h" Darte <'niin-v Interfroup
education committee which works
to advanee -inter cultural educa
tion. He stressed the point that
neglecting young people and fail
nit! to promote good human rela-
tions would be breaking failh with
uBHiumiy adhered to
of caring for the
,........unity." he stat-.
fchalletme as a result
enal growth. No voice
companion can go
)r. Narol declared.
rid Spaet. George J.
Daniel Heller ap
t on "Unfinished those war veteran, who gave up
their lives so that democracy might
ge Spaet. reporting
^-Defamation League.
a recent state sur-
orK hotels, and real-
live.
Captain Jack Brass closed the
program on a note of optimism,
describing "the remarkable prog-
kimateh 62 percent I ress in Israel since its inception as
[to be iliscriminatory. I a state six years ago. Although
Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens (left), enacting the role of "misinformed." is the center of attention in
the dramatic skit "On Trial" which was one of the highlights of the Women's Ail-Day Confer-
ence sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Shown seated (left to right) are
Irving Feigenblatt as "Joe Jive." Mrs. Albert Naness as "Golda Ages." Milton R. Wasman as
the "Judge." Charles E. Gottlieb as the "prosecuting attorney;" Mrs. Martin Fine as "Casey
Worker." Mrs. Alfred Stone as "Emma Gration," Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes as the "Pink
Lady," and Max C. Gettinger as "Rabbi Cermon." "On Trial" was written, directed and pro-
duced by the Mesdames Gottlieb and Stevens.
Israel has gathered in remnants of
Jewry from all Europe and Asia."
he said, "we are not refugees."
"We are simply normal people
\ seeking a new dignity, striving for
j democracy, who have joined to-
gether in an effort to create some-
j thing noble and good."
He urged all nut support of Fed-
| eration's 1955 Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Chairman of the all-day confer-
ence m Mrs. Irwin Weinstein.
prominent leader in Hadassah and
other civic affairs Included in the
program were talks by Stanley ('.
Myers, president of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and a drama-
tic skit written and produced by
Mr- Bernard K. Stevens and Mrs.
Charles Eli Gottlieb. Women- aux-
iliary presidents of six local agen-
cies served on the conference com-
mittee.
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet was chair-
man of arrangements, and Mrs.
Aaron M. Kanner and Mrs. Henry
J. Nelson were in charge of at-
tendance.
Herbert Mathes hears some of the facts
[own community as "attorney" Charles Eli Gottlieb
V "dqe" Milton R. Wasman. The scene
|: fa dramatic skit featured at the all-day con-
C'rc-ater Miami Jewi=h Federation Women's
. at the Di Lido hotel. The affair launched
as ai I caJon mon.h to drumatiz? local welfare
'a omen to "know your Jewish commu-
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Mrs. .I.one- Harris has been
named chairman of a membership
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"Cook of the Week."
Rabbi Abraham Herson, spirit
i ii.d leader- indicated here thai
clothing i- now being collected tor
a forthcoming rummage sale to be
Conducted by the (enter. Chair-
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Hadassah Groups Plan Local Affairs;
Medical Organization Will be Stressed
Israeli Group of Hadassah will month of emphasis 00 Hadusall
hold a regular meeting on Monday. Medical Organi/ation and HedKI
\ v 8. 12:30 pm at the Bel Air* Center, Mrs
Hotel.
On Monday, Nov. 8. at 12 noon.
V nth Aliyah committee of ML
ScODtU group of Hadassah will he
! -t> to members and triends at
(heir annual luncheon in Beth
David Synagogue.
The program will ho narrated by
Center chairman, and Mn Soy
mour Schulner. vice pre-ident in
charge of HMO. will discuss the
ami- o! the month
The invocation will be given by
Mrs Eugene Silverstone
*
There will be general meeting
ol the Henrietta Siold Group of
Mrs Moe Feingold, with songs by Hadassah on Noi R si '- noon, m
Cantor Maurice Hunches, sccom- the Empress Hotel Mr- s.-wii'.ur
panted b) Mrs A A Pekelner at Leibman will review a popular best
the piano Mrs Melvin Smith i- selling novel There will also be
music b> Mrs Rose Delleson.
plan
chairman
lr- Nat Waldman, president "I
Shaloma Group oi Hadassah, has
ounced a program for Nov. 8th.
at Hibiscus Auditorium. 10th -1
, : I Alton rd.
[n addition t" a membership re-
I t and the induction ot new
mbers Mrs Mart in Goldstt in,
mbership chairman, will present
a -kit
sir- Louis Goldman, chapter cc-
inator, will -peak on the pro
ess ot the Hadassah Medical
I liter
rferzl Croup ol Hadassah will
i it- mi mbership tea on Mon
\ 8 12 30 p m at the Sor
hotel
Mrs .' II Witt, membership
irman, ill be in charge "I >r
[ternoon
: nl at the
of Miami. \
alist A I I' an Happen to
\ i
1 R
sah will
NuA 11.
15 I the Riti Plaza h tel.
" Vlfred Kat
11 : '
(here will be hu
i,,. pi. tented l
hum: torii and
. |b; questioi and answer
iod dealing with tii- purp
and ccon plishment "i the Ha
.;,!, Medical Organization
Plans t"r th< Henrietta
S; Id Daj affair will !>< discu
Ml bid r I .'k chairman
\ i, with the
: \: mistice Da) will fol-
Community singing will round
i the |
Membership chairman i- Miss
I Pai ki r
Menorah Group "i Hadassah will
hold its i Monday, No*.
8. 115 p in at the Coral Gables
li ish Cei
Dr Don Lars n ol the Univei hood adult
i : Miami : atured spei k< i i he course
Naomi Group of Hadassah meets
ut fl 30 p m Mondaj evening, No*
8. m Howard Johnson's, 1100 Bis-
cayne blvd.
Plans lor the Dec 5 smorgasbord
dinner-dance will be formulated
A >kit about the Hadassah Medi
cal Organization, "The Hand That
Heals- will be presented bj Mrs
Arthur Ben and Mrs Marvin U-
ber
Deborah Group of Hadassah will
have a luncheon meeting at the Al-
giers hotel on Monday, No\ 8. 12
noon.
Reservations can be male with
Mrs Jerome Weitzman and Mrs
Ben Seidler
Y .nth Aliyah chairman Mr-
man will preside
A Hi nrietta Szold Hadassah al
..! will be held Wednesdaj
\,,\ to, 1 p m at the homo ol
Mrs Ehi il l 109 Irving
Surl V fill It i n Hap
pen t" You." will be -i
Mori Fremon Joins
Real Estate Firm
Mori Fremon has joined the
til m a Shorn 4 Osher
Lincoln rd '
Beach, it was announced bj real
tor Edward A Osher
m Fremon, former publicist
.liter t'H United State- and
Latin American publication-, will
cialize in hotel, motels and
other business properties and will
be in chai ge "i the new I) organ
ized Latin American department of
shem & Osher
------------
Zamora Institute Opens
Hebrew Classes Tuesday
The course in elemental*) He
brew for women i- the first in a
series ol courses under the aus-
pices oi the Zamora Jewish Center
In-titute for Adult Jewish studies
according to an announcement this
week bj Mr- Grace Kivel, Sister
education chairman
givei bj It.iiiiu B
,.. I t.,!k on ci\il liberties
v ember
Leon Hurwit/ end
It lu a m
on Tin
Cantor (ilantz
Honored at Service
Friday evening, Oct 2!). Rabbi
Abraham Hcrson. spiritual leader
oi Tifereth Israel Northside Cen
ter. in a surprise program, paid
tribute to Cantor Albert Giant/
for hi- outstanding services ren-
:. the past five years to the
congregation "
Herman W Kutun. president,
present! d antor Glanti with
ring .i- .i token ol Tifereth Israt I -
appreciation
jack former presidi
sed a -po
, ong in honor oi h iccasion
l obias presente I Cantot
i i wi'.h a Wdl precia
in- sen i
\ sifts of
. Mi \\ r ih m H
with Mrs
I n Kutun. with .. pearl neck
laci to Mi G
\ 250 people wei
to honor 11 cant
Mrs. Ross to Speak
Mr- Laura fl i fan i -
child guidance c i inselot will
speak on "Divorce It- Social, Eco
and Psychological I auses"
at .i di-( i --ion group meet it
th< Miami Beach Recrea..... t>
partment, 2100 Washington ave.,
on Friday, R 30 p tn
W A N T E I)
Israel Zilberfarb, ol Hair, .t Gan,
Israel, is seeking to contact Don
Wagner whose last known address
was 2296 SW 5th it Miami Per
-on- with information should ion
tad 11_ -: r i Weintraub, 3327 West
Gain- Baltimore 19 Md
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"This is Youf ConterrneV will
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Conference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations of Dade and Broward
Counties at its first general meet
ing of the year on Thursday. Nov.
11. at the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter
The business session of the all
daj meeting will start at 10:15 a.m.
A box luncheon will he served at
noon, to he followed by the presen-
tation of the afternoon dramatic
pr igram Participants in the skit,
which was written and directed by
Mr- Saul Von Zamft. will be mem-
bers of affiliated organizations,
who will demonstrate in dramatic
fashion the activities of their par-
ticular organization projects.
Mr- Matilda Ratner and Mrs A
Frank Wollins. vice presidents of
Conference, will preside during the
all-daj nwettaf which la open to
the entire memberships of the 72
affiliated groups M r t, Leonard
(ilasser is in charge of arrange-
ments, and Mr< Ben Zion Ginsburg Meetinc
i- publicity chairman Reservations
may be made with registrar. Mrs.
Harry Kaufman
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Broward County's recent kickoff meeting in honor oil
centenary of Jewi ,h settlement in the United
ized by Rabbi Marius Ranson (center the meeting t
sored by the Temple and its affiliate organizations Bi
the Fort Lauderdale Ministerial Association and
and service clubs. Shown with Rabbi Ranscnarel
David, speaker-designate of the Florida State Houset
sentatives. and Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. presidentolthel
Conference ol Christians and Jews, who addressed to
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ELOQUENT ORATOR. EXCELLENT CANTOR. DTI
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Dasiras position. Writ* Rabbi H., Box 773, Miami II.
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indK<
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All kothar butcher shops and poultry mrl!,h[2j
suparwis.on on Miami Baach are part ot !**
kashroth sopor*',,on '
The Greater Miami Orthodoi|
Rabbinical Council
Look roc the sign of th
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NOVEMBER 5, 1954
JAY.
L pay Heads
[ek Local Aid
llunterrs are being sought for
|ni\ Nov. 8. t<> solicit funds
|l!e' United Cerebral Palsy
H was ;lnni)unced this week.
?n women and high school stu-
L \uvv asked to give an hour
| iheir time to seek don-
Vuluntecrs will be station-
itsidc store-, banks, theatres
L. for ili<- convenience of con-
Icnrclmtf I" Claire Arlen, Mi-
[ ns l nit president, there
Epproximatelj 1'600 cerebral
|,',,i Dade County.
!,.(, ifction has been subdivid-
E |he following captains:
Iwntown Miami. Loyal Order
Moose 1597: Henry Rans-
!. Si uthwest Area; Mrs. Rae
ln1. Coconut Grove; Mrs.
|ni H. Gooding, Coral Ga-j
.In Kinunelman. South
ni Mrs William C. Mofsky.
M
|dy Dresner, Allapattah; Mrs.
anl S. Wei, industrial areas;
k. Rei ce, Miami Springs; Mrs.
jourke, Hialeah; Mrs. Evelyn
L\. Edison Center; Mrs. B.
|c. Little River; Mrs. H. O.
im, Miami Shores; Mrs.
|d Lilhgow, .North Miami; Mrs.
na- Sasso, N.E. North Miami;
Jfes Pemsler, Op* Locka.
[iih Reecer, Biscayne Key: Mrs.
el b Homestead; Mrs. F. Clan-
ad
. -sie Andron, Miami Beach
lent, and her committee
nurd thai they will hold
|kn rag Day and are also in
untrit- lor the Beach
tl mtl era M ill please call
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PAGE 7 B
klf LEAH LEONARD
HTSm TLZZS'n,ed,W,,h "W f "The Book of Jewish Recipes,"
Holiday time for the Jewish
home-maker means extra baking,
of course. But who wouldn't be
proud and happy to have on hand
one of those deUghtfu, special V^TmZfSSSZS.
knife dipped in hot water, score
the glazed top cross-stitch fashion.
When serving, dip the cutting knife
in boiling water to prevent ragged
Chorale Opens Season
Histadrut Chorale, directed by
Ruth Brotman, with Olga.Bibor
Stern at the piano, will open its
second season with a concert of
American, Hebrew and Yiddish
folk songs at the Cadillac hotel on
Thursday evening, Nov. 18, 8:30
p.m Sponsors are Kadimah Chap-
ter, Pioneer Women, currently en-
gaging in a membership drive. In
charge of information is Rose Fo-
celman.
LEViNSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES
2402 N.E. 2nd AVE. Phone 3-7791
piety Club Names
[w Officers
gect chief barker of the Var
11 Greater Miami. Tent
t- V. urey L.
Aihmann
assistant chief
s'.anlej EW reason, second
Stanlej Stern, property
IS K. Bronstein, dough
members of the newly
Ifil i ard include John M. Shep-
i, Henry Neyle, Lee Ruwitch,
ft'l Jesse Weiss and Tom
rsi
f>in n said the club will soon
ii quarter! at the Biscayne
b H tel Annex of the Biscayne
we get from Hungarian kitchens''
It is a multi-layered cake called I
"Dodos Torte" and is to the cui-
sine of Hungarian and Austrian
Jewish families what pie is to
American cookery. Try making this
one:
Dobos Torte
(Multiple-Layer Cake)
Batter: \'4 cup flour, silted 3
times
10 egg yolks
1 pound powered sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice
6 egg whites
' teaspoon cream of tartar
Sift flour into a deep mixing
bowl. Into another bowl beat the
egg yolks till creamy and lemon
colored, adding sugar a little at a
time while mixing (by hand, 15
minutes, in electric mixer, 5 min-
utes). Sift the flour into the beaten
egg mixture gradually, keeping the
electric mixer (or the rotary beater
if by hand i going about 5 minutes
or till well blended. Add the lemon
juice, mix a few turns to blend.
Beat egg whites and cream of tar-
tar till stiff, and fold into the first
mixture with an over and over mo-
tion 'if the mixing spoon or fork.
Turn the batter into well greased
and wax paperlined 8 inch cake
pans, filling 8 pan- at a time. Be
sure to spread the batter thin, just
enough to cover the bottoms of
pans evenly. Bake each set of 3
layers 5 minutes of 450 F or till
' lightly browned at the edges. lie
move each set of layers carefully,
turning them out on a double fold
I of cloth or paper towels. This
amount of batter should yield 12
thin layers Dusting the towels
.ightly with confectioners' sugar
helps a great deal. When all lay-
ers are cool, put together with a
thin filling of chocolate frosting of
your choice and top with a caramel
glaze or with thicker chocolate
frosting.
Caramel Glaze For Dobos Torte
2 3 cup powdered sugar
I 1 tablespoon butter or vegetable
shortening
Combine in a saucepan and melt
j over direct low flame, stirring con-
stantly till the mixture takes on a
caramel color and is of a pourable
i consistency however. Turn this
i over the top of Dobos Torte and
let run down sides at will. With a
Favorite Chocolate-Rum Filling
'2 pound of unsalted butter
2 cups confectioners' sugar
sifted
3 squares of unsweetened choco-
late
2 egg yolks
3 tablespoons good rum
Cream the butter, adding sugar
gradually till smooth. Do this while
melting the chocolate in a sauce-
pan over boiling water. Beat egg
yolks till creamy and combine by
adding the creamed mixture to the
melted chocolate then stirring in
beaten eg yolks and rum till
blended.
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Mum Kruchner and Margie
have opened a modern
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' 1247 Washington ave.
featuring junior misses
1 and all popular size cot-
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il Sllil all classes The
equipped to handle the
acting in all si/es at meet
ilar prices with the latest
brel Chapter Parly
1,1 Chapter, li'nai B'rith
men, will hold a "baek-
I It) Nov. 7 8:30 p.m. at
of Eylda Botwin, 116 Se-
1 'oral Gable*.
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DIET
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" calorie In a car.
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Strictly Kosher Kitchen
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PAGE 8 B
I I
SM^jjovniia,
Full Text Of Statement To Dulles On Armament For ArJJ
EDITOR'S NOTE: John Foster
Dulles. U. S. Secretary of State, re-
turned from Paris last week with
an agreement that will include
West Germany in the new Euro-
pean defense community. He was
met by a delegation of Jewish lead-
ers, who discussed with him the
current decision to arm Arab gov-
ernments as a means of furthering
Administration policy in the Near
East. The Jewish Flondian below
publishes the full text of the state
nt handed M Dulles at 3 p.m..
Monday. Oct. 25).
We. the undersigned. heads ol
sixteen major American Jewish or-
n fiat ions, welcome this opportu-
nity to present our views on our
Government's polic) in the Middle
East. It is our understanding that
you* personally, Mr. Secretary, an
reviewing the problems ol this
area Your conclusions, as translat-
ed into American foreign policy,
,arp of the utmost importance to
.American security, the welfare of
5*he peoples of the Middle East and
tl., cause "i peace.
In common with all Americans,
t~ ncerned with the security jiu\
V.i Hare ol the tree and democratic
Vorld. we favor all effective meas-
ures by our Government to com
b.i! the threat of Communist ag-
gression throughout the world.
- The peoples ol the Middle East
can be won for democracy by an
improvement ot the intoleraMo
economic, social and cultural con-
ditions under which the.v now ex-
ist and by the extension to them of
,'the human rights which are now
| wholly or partially denied to them.
1---I ntial to such an advance in
these objectives is the earl) attain-
ment ot peace arid economic coup
eration among.aH 'he states But.
, we question'whether the MUM of
Middle East peace or stobilit) is
served bj mUttaTjr assrsttnee lo
governments winch maintain open
hostility toward their neighbor.
The grant of arms to the Arab
stair- while they refuse to make
peace with Israel may encourage
them t" believe that our Govern-
ment-no longer requires them to
do so. and maj even tempt them
to emplo) their augmented mili-
tary power in new aggression
against Israel, Since the United
States announced its intention to
provide certain Arab countries
' with ami' there has been no abate-
ment of Arab-Israel tension On the
1 contrary, there have been increased
reckless anti Israel attacks from
many Arab centers and by the
Arab League in Washington, in
London, j. well as m the General
AssembI) ol the United Nations
I'nder these circumstances, mili-
aid to the Arab states may existing feeilM of isolation and de-rGovernmenl refrain he.
pression within Israel, while her \ the Arab states in ,w
emboldened Arab adversaries con- \ positive guarantees '***
well result in armed conflict, ren-
denrw the Middle East vulnerable
to totalitarian subversion and in-
filtration
Against this background of con-
tinuing regional tension, we sub-
mit that nothing be done to aggra-
i vatc the present precarious situa-
tion.
The unilateral grant of arms to
; the Arab states and the exclusion
Ol Israel from consideration in our
Covcriiincnt'si defense planning in
the Middle Last are neither equit-
able nor imparti.il toward the peo-
ples directly concerned and will
harm America s own national inter-
ests.
Our Government is rightly con-
cerned to increase the capacity of
the Middle Kast to resist- Commu-
nist aggression. Accordingly, our
(Mease policy should envisage the
participation of all countries in the
region committed to the defense of
the free world. Failure to include
Israel the most stable democracy
in the area, in any plans for re-
gional defense, will deprive the
Western world of an impressive M-
' curitv potential as well as increase
pression within ^Israel, while her (the Arab states in t|
tinue to keep the Middle East in a I peace: that .1 u"r^Gj2*< 3
state of tension and turmoil which nothing to impair th*"""''''!
impede the effective defense of (balance of strength iri\kI'niMi
the region against subversion and; East: that it ,.Ul.n,j "/*'**!
external aggression. same agreements alwlj ^f
Our Government played a vital the Arab states and th """"l
role in the settlement of the Anglo- Israel to join in rethmLi Nl
Egyptian conflict over the Suez planning n" *fcM
(anal Zone. British evacuation'of We believe i h.-.t vWh
the Suez will place this important best serve the national i ,?**{
arterywith its vast quantity of America and the free J to "H
security equipment a n d instalta would hasten the rest ^l
lions under -the exclusive' control peace and expand the r""* *|
of the Egyptian authorities. Their fens* capac.tv i ih* MrtT'iH
record and -their recent public. We appreciate President bC
statements indicate a disposition to bower's recent reaffirm t \
abuse this new power. firm friendship toward" iJ? *i
The transfer of the Suez base and aM other nations m the *H
the lifting of the arm, amber e t > objective to which you v'^
..... '-"'uaaj
Egypt change th.- l..
strength in the -MiJJIc !... I ...n
cordingly. there is urgent neeJ to I i v
secure from Egypt unqualified
witiejj
"I'Nitjfc
guarantees, in conformity with in- not serve the attainment $
ternational law, that the freedom purpose. We are hopeful u,,, j?
that %
of all shipping will be observed, foregoing observation] n
that vessels passing through the tribute constructively to il
Suez Canal will not be molested or achievement ol our over-ffl.2
detained and lhat the installations tives of peace, friendship aw *.
and equipment accruing to Egypt fense in the are,, serving the hi
Israel's vulnerability to attack Hat-
reds will be incited; I costly arms ': will not be used for aggressive pur- | est interests of the -
race will be stimulated The net ef- POSM I welfare of the people ol thfVnu I
feet will be to deepen the already We respeolfully request that our States.
Reporter Feels Dulles j
Offered 'Cold Shouldd
By BORIS SMOLAR
JTA
WASHINGTON The conference between Secretary of State Jen
Foster Dulles and a delegation representing 16 major Jewish organ
atioiu "ii I S policy in the Middle East did not contribute muring
improving the situation against which American Jews are prutesog.
Secretary Dulles clearly told the Jewish leader- that he due. M '
intend to enter into discussion either with them, or with the l-rad
Ambassador in Washington, on the Middle East policy until after tk I
November elections He j, very polite when he accepted thews*
randum which the delegation presented to him. but he did not erne
as far a- to reiterate the recent assurance given b) President Ei
hower thai the is Governmam will not create an imbalance m th
militatv equilibrium between Israel and the Arab itat
He referred to the fact that he had made some statements earthr j
with regard to Israel and added that he stands on tlu-
ll. a!-o indicted that he will attempt to solve the Israel-Arab protlal
as successful!) as ha recently solved other International pn
All in all, the Jewish leaden left with the Impression that heml
probabl) look for an occasion after the elections to nuke some kinds'
a public statement, but what his statement will contain i- an
guess
Delegation cl Jew who conferred with Secretory of State John Foster Dulles last
week. Sixtee .nations were represented, with Philip M. Klutznick. presi-
ci B :.c: B'rith acting as spokesman. Leil to right are Maurice Bisgyer. B'nai B'rith;
Julian Freeman, Council of ederat'ons and Welfare Funds: Dr. Herman Seidel, Labor
Zionist Organization of America Louie Lipsky. American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs;
Pcibbi Irving Miller, American Zionist Council: Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, Mizrachi Organiza-
lion of America; Mr*. Herman Shulman, Hadassah: Philip M. Klutznick. B'nui B'rith; Rabbi
Maurice Eisendrath, Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Dr Israel Goldstein, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress; Joseph Barr. Jewish War Veterans;'Mortimer May, Zionist Organization
ci America; Charles Rosengarten United Synac-ogue of America; and I. L. Kenen, American
Z.onist Committee for Public Affairs.
Victory in Controversy
On Gideon Bible Lauded
Miami Delegates Leave for Meeting
Continued from Page 1 B
mmunit'.
|i work II Include a session on
for Teei v. ers and
B Adults" chain d bj Mi
I pn -.d with Gale
as consuiti ion on
Ith and Physical Education in
> enters with San Seitiin.
I rd member GMJCC and
nan of 'he health and physi-
cal education committee of JWB,
h a participant.
There will also be sessions on
r financing and special prob-
! i facini immunities near mili-
tary installations Members of the
Miami contingent will serve on a
special evaluations committee of
the conference with Gale a- the
nor of this committee.
Kaplan will preside at the an-
nual-meeting, which will be de-
brat ion ol tin Ji w
i-h Ti Hei
bert M
f the N itional Jewish Wei
(are Board, will tx ol the
speal
\ Shabbat
:!l open the i Satur
day, Nov. I i ,i,
nsiiltant ol the Na-
Jewish Welfare Boat I i he
ni will conclude on Mi
N"v 8 srith i final meeting ol the
board of governors ol the Southern
"II
Following the annual meeting,
the Southern Section chap'
the National Association ol J< I
i'h < enter Workers will conduct
its annual institute for professional
worker- This will be chaired pj
Harold H. Benowitz. executive di-
rector of the Corpus Christi. Tex-
.i- Jewish Community Center
Gale will present a summary re
rt ol the 1953 Institute, ol which
he was chairman
Tin Professional discussions will
n themselves with the (ol-
lowing mam subjects "Our Jewish
Heritage and Jewish Values
The Translation ol Jewish Values
i ommunit) 'enter Program
mini; "
Beth Tfilah Women
Plan Welcome' Supper
Sisterhood "i congregation Beth
Tfilah will hold a welcome back"
-upper in honor of members who
were away for the summer in the
dining room ol the svnagoguc on
Sunday. Dec 5, at 6 p m
President Rachel Katz will ap-
point a committee for the affair at
the next meeting on Monday eve
i ning. Nov. 8.
NEW YORK Dr David pi
iky, national executive director ol
tin American Jewish I oagraae, e\
i".....i gratification this week that
litigation in the celebrated (iideoiis
Bible Case was now successfully
concluded. and expressed the
hope that .,11 states would follow
the lead ol New Jersev in forbid
ding the distribution of any sec-
tarian literature in the public
schools.
In announcing its refusal to re-
view the unanimous decision hand-
"I down last December by the New
Jersej Supreme Court, the United
States Supreme Court at Washing-
ton ended litigation in the case
which attracted nationwide atten-
tion as a milestone m Church State
relatiom
Reviewing the New Jersey case
in which the AJ Congress had
played a prominent nde. Dr. Pete-
forth) recalled that the New Jer-
scv Supreme Court declared uncon-
stitutional the program of the Cid
on Beciet] for distributing the
N-w Test,ii,nt among children in
the public schools
1 hie! Justice Arthur Vanderbilt.
of the New Jersey Court, last De-
cember ruled that the distribution
of the Cideons Bible the King
James or Protestant version
through the public schoel system
was an infringement of the con-
stitutional principle of separation
<>f church and SI I I .Uinjthj
New Jersev decision, ihe liidesi I
Society, a missionary on I
appealed lo the I S Supreme Cost j
' for a ri'v iew ol Ihi
Noting that school official.- ia
' number of state- were awaitiDlhI
[final outcome of the case W
[acting on the Gideon Society**
quest for permission to di>tnbss
'the New Testament in the pu*
'schools under their junxiirU*
,Dr Petegorsky declared "tteSM
cerelv hope that these school
Ithonties will take careful note*
the latest development m|heC*
Ia, rj cttnten e> no mad it"i
great American principle ol W
. .ous litHrty and -met separiW
of Church and State will "<"**
|pect all states t.....How th*h
'of New Jersev in forhl
distribution <>f an)
ature in the public x^00''*
withdrawing parmissioB h* *
distribution wluiiwr it Ml
granted."
Apron Contest
orth D*
Sisterhood of the I**
Jewish (enter will hold a rep*
monthly meeting on *** j
ning. Nov. 8. 8:30 P m at'
ter. Part of the evening iU
voted to an apron conte-t. AP>J
will be used to stock a ntf*"
booth at a coming baiatf.


>AY. NOVEMBER 5, 1954
forkmen's Circle President Jack
*Jmisti ftoJbn
PAGE 9 B
I Noted Philanthropist i 'Cardiac Capers' Slated
[uckerman to tWWMMt^
. -- hi siiiiui > niui ............. ..._j .nrs. .)< ss npiier, til(
recently elected president
L ,tll. National Fraternal Order
fhl. Workmen's circle, Jack
krmai!
Zuck-
w,ll vigil Miami next week.
.,a| functions have been ar-
an'.Ml :n hi* honor by the three
'cii branches. Womea'a Clubs
,d both I > I'eretz Yiddish
EbooU
Zuckerman is a member of
jram-h 1001, pioneer in the Young
tale Leagaa and the E-S branch-
former chairman of the nation-
organization committee, several
jges ill"' chairman of the E-S city
Mimittee "f New York and an
Itstanding personality in the
Workmen's Circle youth movement
,,m it- earliest days.
Hi' was the first chief advisor of
he intermediate section, first .''
youth member to serve as chair- >w
nan ol the New York City youth >
ommitt'i' and the first* E-S raem-
cr in serve as chairman of the na-
j.,11,,. organisation committee.
Now 4" years of age, Zuckerman
|a> served in a number of profes-
linn.il capacities outside of the
Forkmen's Circle. He is presently
lenitive director and chief coun-
[| o| the National Desertion Bur-
and was formerly administra-
te
welfare <>f New York City. He la
pairman of the social service di
.urn ol the Federation of Jew-
kh Philantropies, a member of the
nmnnttee mi legislative informa-
|i.n ol the National Community
Jutk T. Zuckerman
Advisory Council, member of the
national executive committee of
the Jewish Labor Committee, chair
man of the legislative committee of
the American Association of So-
cial Workers and active in the New
assistant to the commissioner York County Lawyers' Association.
From 1943-1949, Zuckerman
served on the national council of
the Jewish Welfare Board, has
been a member of the board of di-
rectors of the Brooklyn Jewish
Community Council since 1951 and
served in New York city on the
lorth Shore Center
lonors New Members
The 'inter social hall was the
run ol a regular membership
i nt the North Shore Jew*
|h Center on Monday, reported
zra Finegold, president.
Highlighting the evening was the
servation of a cantata, "In
[toily There is Faith," written by
kabbi Mayer Abramowitz, with
kntor Edward Klein participating.
Special tribute was paid to the
lore than 100 new families who
lave affiliated with the Center this
fi-.ii
Another feature of the program
the special recognition paid to
blunteer memberi of the Center
thnir (lilt- were presented to Mrs.
lynin Mpert, Sam Jaffee, Paul
pes- Sydney Stanley and Judge
lllil Mr- Theodore R. Nelson.
ol some 2000 persons attended fu-.
neral services' here for Morris S.
1 Shapiro, noted philanthropist and
communal leader who died at home
I the age of 68.
Active pall bearers Included of-
ficials ol Brandeis t Diversity, of
which Mr Shapiro was a trustee
and founder Joining them were
Combined Jewish Appeal and Zion-
ist leaders Mr Shapiro was a CJA
vice president and long active in
the ZOA.
Classes at Brandeis University
were halted at 2 p.m.. time of the
funeral services, for a moment's
silence in respect to the deceased
benefactor of the school. The uni
Vtnity had conlerred the Doctor
of Humane Letters on Mr. Sha-
[piro during June, 1954 commence-
ment exercises.
He was treasurer of the Tri
I mount Clothing Company here and
a prominent figure in Jewish phil-
anthropies for over three decades
Mr. Shapiro was a trustee of the
Associated Jewish Philanthropies,
Beth Israel Hospital and the Jew-
ish Community Center of Brook-
line.
A lifelong Zionist, he was a
leader in the Histadrut Labor
movement and founder and chair-
man of it- Business Men s Council.
Mr. Shapiro was a close friend of
David Ben Curion, former Prime
Minister of Israel, and Golds My-
enon, secretary of Labor. In 1950.
he led a fjroup of American indus-
trialists to an economic conference
in Jerusalem at which he proposed
Spirer. membership
chairman of the Miami Chapter,
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital, this week revealed that the
eighth annual membership tea of
tiie organisation will be held on
Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 9. 1:30
p.m., at Melvin Cohen Hall, 4250
West Flagler rt,
Assisting Mrs. Spirer will be
Mrs. Max Friedson, refreshment
chairman, and Mrs. Harry Hacker,
hospitality chairman.
Mrs. Jess Glance, president, will
welcome guests, together with
Mrs. Harold Druker, program
chairman, in charge of a musical
skit. "Cardiac Capers," written by
Mrs. Saul Van Zamft.
Participating in the skit will be
i the Mesdames Bea Sacher, Helen
Hatz, Rose Weisman, Doris Raab,
Hilda Bendel, Sarah Parnes. Eve-
l>n Day, Roz Breton, Mae Kooey.
Mrs. Spirer
Mrs. Glance
Hilda Maltea, Hazel Rappaporl and
Ruth Druker.
Directing are Mrs. David Parnes
and Rox Breton. Mrs. Milton Coven
will be accompanist.
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Mayors committee on aid to de- tha launching of the Israel Bond
pendent children from 1950-1054. campaign in the United States
Zuckerman will meet with the! Mr. Shapiro was named chairman
English-speaking branch on Mon-1 of the Greater Boston campaign in
day, Nov. 8. 8:30 p.m.. at the Town 1953.
Lyceum, 1545 SVV 3rd St., and on |
Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 8 p.m., with
the entire Workmen'-- Circle family
at a reception at the Miami Beach
Lyceum, 25 Washington ave.
Chairman of the evening will be
district secretary of the Southern
States Joseph Duntov.
Film on Children
Jhown at Flagler
Authors' Works
To be Discussed
A memorial will be held on Sat-
urday, Nov. 6. 8 p.m., at Knesetfa
Israel Congregation to honor the
memory of Joseph Opatoshu. world
famed Jewish novelist, and Dr. B.
Hoffman-Zivion, dean oi Jewish
journalist, who died recently.
An appraisal ol the writer- will
I he given by Dr, Alexander Muk-
'dnni. who will also preside, and by
I Schwartz. Yiddish poet.
Excerpts from their works will
also be read.
I ii Granada Jewish Commu-
Hi liter held a regular general
P on Thursday.
Hie after school activities group
1 for a showing of the film.
Sociable Sixes to the Noisy
I
Mrs Laura Ross, family and
[iilil guidance councilor, was guest
the group, Mrs. Ross who, is a
1 le of Columbia University
Id ol the New York School of So-
fcil Work, discussed the film and
uwered questions.
'Games Night' Slated
Masada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will be hosts
to a 'Games Night" on Wednes-
day, Nov. 10, 8:30 p.m.. at the Shel-
borne hotel. Abe Schafer, pas)
president of the district and audi-
tor for the Southeastern Region of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, will be in charge of the eve-
ning. He will be assisted by Archie
Goodwin, Stanley Josowitz. Mar-
cella Waldstein and Harriet Shure.
Austrian Government
Prepares Claims Document
VIENNA (JTA>A committee of
Austrian Government officials is
currently at work preparing a
document on Austria's capabilities
to meet the demands of the world
Jewish organizations for restitu-
tion, including a lump sum settle-
ment for heirless Jewish property,
it was learned here. The document
will serve as background material
in the Parliamentary debate on the
subject, which was expected to
open after October 27.
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Western Evening Held
At Beach Branch GMJCC
Portions nt both the old and new
West came to life on Sunday
evening at the Beach Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center when the Young Adult Club
opened its social season with a
"Las Vegas Night'' at 8 p.m.
Location for the evening was at
1536 Bay rd.. with Western cos-
tume the order of the affair.
The evening was under the gen-
eral supervision of chairman Alan
Brody. Serving with him on the
committee were Fred Berlow. pres-
cient, Bob Woinstcin, vice presi-
dent. Yale Levin. Marvin Gross.
Martin W'einer. Orvillc Schwartz.
Dick Gomberg. Renee Lipson and
Estelle Zambler.
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*jmunsd2e-
zSgSLggsgfc.,
GMJCC Groups
Slate Programs
Art, dance and drama an r
this y< .>r in
Hi-' program of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, as re-
ported by Kmanuel Tropp, assist-
ant director Qualified instructors
in these Hi Ids are now conducting
: ir children, teen ai
adults, at the Center's three
lions
Mrs Prudence Vaughan i
ducting art classes t"r children in
ih. ns and tor adults in
the evenings she h.,- bad man)
ning at th.' Terrj \rl
Institute and ha- had her
wort ed in Flor
BalU I for children and
modern dance instruction fur
., lull *ni~ vear
i> s. .1.1 Khoj an who h i- had es
sive stud) in both types "f
danci Miss Khoyan studied ballel
with Miienofl ol Coral Gables and
the Thomas Armour School ol I
lei
she has also worki
(,. rtruck Moone). I the
Modern Dance Department at
University ol Miami Ballroom
the lat
: tin-Americi
ing fit adults at all thro
buildings und< r the leadershij
Bett) Hathaway, who .,- as
ated with the Arthur Mum) Stu-
dios m Washington, D.C pre-
% iously.
Children- dramatic I
now in operation at the )'
Branch, with Mrs Gershon Miller
as instructor Mr- Miller ha- in
-tructed in dramatic- it the ("en-
and nther c>mmunit\ organiz-
ations for nan) years Mr- v
Pearl i- directing th- childn
group at the Town Branch
age groups al both I i
are conducted by thes<
structors. A new teen ...
:. the
i it t Itb Shel-
don Nidetz in ch.:
U Hui tz, formerly i
isablanca will be
|
25 i
rectal
cesi
regulai week-
ly
:
Temple Israel Group Will
Present Moss Hart Comedy
hi Up the i> '"
three acts b) Moss Hart, will
pn-. nted I'-
on Sund : N through Wedi da) N '
th< Temple. 137 NE i<>th -
given t<> fulfill
he
in the ;
jh. who a
luctions | .
Limit
Dunn in
Gold
ro


Teen Agers is Topic
Of Academy P.T.A.
Thr.
will discuss "Growing inl
Ag< '' x
So\ 10. 8
the Acad
i
I ho will
cuss Asi t Pet nalit)
i.t.- and Dr Richard -
im. clinical |
:,. c ount; ( hild Guid
III talk oi
id Rothen-
child psychologist will he
,,n ol the panel His i
is Famil) Expert i
Nrr- Charles Gertler. pre-.
P.T A will introduce the
speaki
Mr- William Fair ch
will report on the
,i Parents Teach-
New Fish Plant
To Open Here

to an
, ; (,-. indus-
i Fish
.-h
The i
its owi

buildii
needs bj J I NW
2l-t -t Mi imi
The our.
aid O '
berg, whose familie- hase rxen in
b New
York I it) l If more than three
gene:
The wr.tr-. -penalizing in li-h
from add and the
Great lake- have an affiliate com
par.y in New York CM]
Lula Jones
flowen for All Occasions
D I I I V E I T
Cat Flowers
a Pottee float*
a Cet.oa.**
a Feaerel De*ie,ni
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r^OL'ST BROS RV/
fj Hi flMf
jccomplishments in contemporary design. Artist Jacobson studied pa;:: "ne I'm
>i Ilhnois end has beer, hung in galleries throuahout the nation. Severn! oi I
r..n teach other newcomer- K
cording lo Mr and Mr- Fred Sand-
ier, who are opening their home.
:ad, son oi Mr.
and i*"r. Snrico Ben:porad.
815 Lenox eve., h^s matricu-
lated at the Hebrew Union
tie cf Re-
n to bee.:: studies lead-
ing to ordination in the Re-
form Rabbir.ate. Bemporad,
who took h:s preparatory
work at Miami Beach High
School, was graduated from
Tulane University in New Or
leans this year.
M'ami Convalescent Home
LEO ALLF-V O'-ector
IK S W. -7t Avcnut
Vhin*% J-S4V and 07t
a#r:aliiixg ,n C to l* Ciaflj, anc
".hrnr. ctHy III. 24*oir Njruiig Sr
ic* Socii D,*t St- c' OB*rvtd
rival* and Setli Pr iv Roomi
Coconut Grcve artist Charles R. Jacobson sta nd before a mural he n
Ecy Heights home cf architect Bernard Goodman. The 16-foot by 4-foot ibstractj
sign in space suspended horn ste2l cables, each of which can hold 400 pound*. Siruatf*;
the living area of the modernis-ic home, the m ural may soon be seen I .3 of ^
: national magazine display of Goodman's residence, which will feature
ac<
of Illinois end has beer, hung in gall
with the permanent collection at Brandeis University.
Pioneer Women Schedule Affairs ""
Shor1 rshippen ub II of Pioneer Women at its u""r,f"1 I
mptedtt. M card part) Monda) evening. No* I to,
. 8 8 pin. at < 'onsren.it ion Kneseth impre--ioi *! i
Hapoaloth lo train and guide im- ^H iud,toriunr I415 Euc,ld ,ve. i Plno,.r v, d '
migranl women so the) in turn Un ld;i poweu, pre-ident. is ar-! aDroad wh, ,, .^^
ranging this party I members GoMi
Club at it- meeting Tue Club I will meet Thursday eve-1 ning N -
1758 s\v 23rd st.. I Not n. 8 pm. at Kneseth Beth El Hiatadm
friends of the Kadimah Chapter of i- torium Mr- Louis Beck Group, under thi din I
on Saturda) ev 'man president, will rc-.eal plan- r.uth Brotn *ill tnterUM
15 pm. for .i for the group's installation "i oifi- Yiddish mu-.cjli
fund raising card part) in mpporl cers scheduled for Not 14th (Jons
f the new pr".r..m ------ ~
Mr- Bea Warner Mr- Bernard
Ml Michael Fiedk r and
Mr- Cele S si wi'h ar
Is
On rhur&da) evening No\ 11.
at 8 p in Kadimah Chapter will he
entertained at it- monthly meeting
Miami Mi brew Congi i i
tion i
Miami," directed b)
Mr- Leo Goldi \
Mr
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The Moi Izi H ip .. ith's build
i
various
ments whei
ed i":
will i
(complete and jbepem/aUe chile &)m\
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*.,, inti real
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r. Applicant!
InOTIC UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,,tici: IS HKREBY GIVEN thai
I dealiina ... anew n
L"" ,,,,.!. i the rictltloui nam. ol
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,( |o reltlatei s..i of Hi. i ti .11 it Court "f Dad*
hnlv Fl
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I NAME LAW
loTHl' IS HEREBY GIVEN that
luaderi .1. deeirtng t" vnicaRp In
Liuuu uii'h r thr fii-titlou" name ol
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w. intanda to reflate!
. ih the Clerk of the Clr-
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MOECOUN&FCoRC.DUAnT
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NOT'C OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLfCATION FOR FINAL
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the flctltloui natne "f
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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ID FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
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IJ JOAN COfRNi IYER
Deputy Clerk
I Idrt-aa ..f
I Mtorne) :
KUAN M LYONS
I"''1-' ',! Hulldlng
\t
J-7.^t.E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
KVErNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
eu FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
li'ivN CH*NCERY. No. 173S53
r'l.-^ II EN, Plaintiff
n:LJ!Jx '"HEM Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
>IN MIN CH"EN
. Str.-.t
N.'>- V..ik. Now Y..ik.
1 \ IK HEREBY NOTIPIBTD
"''' '.....nplalnl fot Divot ce
I I ani.itml you in the above
'- and you are harab)
,'' erve ,. copj ..r your Ann-
1 ui ol Complaint on Plata-
auorn. \-. and file the orUflnal
L '"}<' of the Clerk ..r the fir-
IV -rt, on ... before the -nh da)
'.I; otherwlae, De-
ii" onfeaao will i... entered
"hall be puUlahed oaea
TH*- il-i.'-'I f."l"-oanecutlve wreekii
.,,.'. ".'"'Sll |-!."ltll.lAN.
a i ,,' M,nl. n.'rlda. thia Mth
E I.KATHKRMAN,
' Jerk, Clrrull Court
Uy It M HAWKINS
ll.l iit [> ,,,__ Drpuly Clerk
|::-''.'8';-vi1J,;"l1l?'"' Mtam'. "ori NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173584
GEORGE HENRY ABRAMS, Plaintiff
\ a.
ROSE A. ahrams. Defendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'P ROSE A, A Hit A.MS
118 Hleka Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are net ebj notlfl. d th I .. Bill
of Complaint for Divorce baa been
filed ajialnai \ ou, and ......mli
. .1 to nerve copj ..f yout Am
Pli adlna t" the BUI ..f Complaint ..m
th.- ptalntlff'a Attorney, HENRY M
CAIN, 1518 Weal Plaajlei Street Ml
ami, Florida, and file the original
Inawei oi Pleadlnn In tht ofl .
th.- .'l.-rk ..f the ii on or
the lth daj of November lil
If you fall t,. dn ludgmi nl by de-
fault will be taken aRRlnal ..... I
relief demanded In the Bill ..f Com-
plalnl
'I'!'.' n..t..... ahall be pu
. ... h week f.. four-
in THE JEWISH ll."l:ii'l \\
DONE AM> KRDKRKH
Florida, ih- 2lal das of Ortobei A.D
. i
E B i.i:\Till UMAX.
Clerk, I'ir.uii Court,
I i. ,
B R M HAW KINS
(Clrrult Court Seal) Deputy t 'lei k
HENRY M CAIN
Attornej for Plaintiff
PI st m tml, l-'li.
l" ."' n a.12-19
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 25067
Pi: ESTATE OF"
IM'K M hraiia.Ms. Dereaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereb) riven that l have
filed my final reporl and petition for
F'lnal DlacharBa as Curator and Exe. -
ntrix of the eatate of JACK M.
BRAHAM8, deceased; and that on the
10th .lay ..f November, \tU, will ap-
ph t.' the Hoaorable \v k plan-
ton. Count) .luda. ..f Hade County.
l-'l.wi.la. f..r approval oif aald (in..I re-
port and for final dlacharaje ai Cur-
ator and K\...'iittl\ of the Eatate of
JACK M. BRAHAMS, dereaaed.
This 2iih day ..f ictober, 1954.
MARY It BRAHAMS
Curator and Exerutrlx
BERICK, SHAPIRO A PRIED
Attorneyi for Curatoi and Executrix
10 -". li B-1J-H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173693
AUDREY IIAI.I.. Plaintiff.
VS.
JOHN HAI.I.. Defendanl
NOTICE TO APPEAR
You, John Hall, General rv
Yaeftar, Kentucky, are herebj noti-
fied tli.it a .-uit foi d
fill .I acainat you and >ou ire
e.l ta aerve a ...|.\ of
Plaintiff's attorney, :.:: i: PlaRler Street, Mian
til., the ..i lalnal In the office ..f the
Clark ..f Cir. ull Co i on or
ih.. thd .I i v nf l ii mbi i I'.'.i. I"
default ..r a hlch tl.......plan
I., t.,,., n aa confi .-.I agalnal you
I i,,t. ,i ,t Miami, I' ide County. Flor-
ida, tin- -'."' da) of ictob. r. I
i: B i.k vtiipp.man.
as clerk of i'ii ull i "oui l
By \VM W si'1 ICKING,
Deput) Clerk.
in :". il 5.11-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 11
the underpinned, dealrlnx to enanKc In
buaineaa undi r th. fl. tltlnui "?.">*' [
KENT LCOGAGE. Hi IS N.E Znd
Avenue, Intends to reliefer "aid nam.
with tin- Clerk of the Circuit Court <
Dado County, Florida
.MIAMI TRI N'K \M' BAG
COMPANY I"1".
by: STAN i I V IIAI.I.MAN.
Pi,.- d< nl
by: ROBERT I I.KWISO.N,
s. etar>
ROBERT J. l.KWis.'N
Attorney fpr Miami Trunk and I
to/ij-M ii '"'-i-___________
Tn COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30619 B
RE: kstati: OP
MICHAEL HELI.KR. I>e.eaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- herebj ",:" *.*
tiled mi no..I report and petition tor
Final Id- li in I ^"l1"!!?, !jf?*i.
the eMa.e of Mh'MAI I. Il.l.ll.r., ..-
, mbi i l( "i" hpiiI> '" Hi- ll"'i"-
ahle K1LVNK 11 IHV.IJNn ountv
Jadce of i'.'.i. County, Florida, to
approval of aald fin..! reporl and r
'.,,., I ,11 a. I,hik< a" A.lniiliislri
the Eauteof Michael Hell.
Thia Bad ...., ';;i--,il";n.J,:i:,;K
KiiVXKII UANNHEIMBR
Attorney for Adn.iniatratrlx
io/r> ii/5-il-n
I i.i... lo-tvll
1...1 ... p.i.., k i-:. Pulford Bj The
2 v" K Plat II...... .. pue
-' '' "." Cltj ..( North Vlian .
i;;-a. h i ount) ,.f |..i... state ..f
r k,i 1.1..
The aaaeaamenl ..f aald property un-
e aald uertificate araa In the
name of SAMUEL M NOECKER,
L'nleai -..id certlfl. ate .-hall i re-
''"'"'l according to law, th. prop,
erly deacrtbed herein ili be -..Id t..
the liith.-.-t 1,1,1,1,., at ,(. ,-,,,, ,
door .n the flral Mondas In the month
';' December, 1954, which i- ll i
ojo ..t Dei ember, 19S4.
1 '''' 'I 'I. -' th .lai ,,f ictober 1954
P B L.EATHERMAN,
' lerk of 'li ill '..iirt,
Hade County, Florida
B) \ c, 8TERRETT.
I In uit ..int Real) tj clerk
-"' ll j-12-19
!N TH.Er,C0U-NTY EDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33570
In Re ESTATE '1
JENNIF: sh ERMAN, Dei
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor) and All IN raona Hav-
Inj Claim oi I lemanda Aaainal Said
You, and h ol
. ind quired to |
. lalina and demand. hlch you, or
either of ) ,\. anaint I I
of JENNIE SHERMAN, de-
a.-. .1 late of i..
t.. the Honorable Count)
I lade i 'ount). and flli

i |i

- :
il ad-
11:..--.
i.......I prea. nt. i
ill be bat i. .1
the 194a I \v\

El'GENE I H
Aa Ad
JENNIE SHERMAN,

P. :". : I 5-12-19
_______LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARfMERSHIP
The partneraKip .oiialaiinK ..f ll i
oanvin, I.. ... l:..-, i,|un/: Mlti .

'"' E PtaKler St., Miami, has
.-ii dtaaolved awl the aft
I....H Roaenberi and Sophie Blaual. In
longel ,,n. ,i,.,| ui,|, ,,,,. |,u,|.
ind iir not be reaponalble t..i
I b) .-..i.i omiH.it)
i
NOTICE UNDER FICTTfToUS
NAME LAW
riCK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
d.
- uml. < in., i ........
MI'l-.w \I.K BAR fi \i-k. |6I3
N ."n SI Int. ii.i- In reglater -.ml
"..... Ih the Clerk of the I
ol I lade i'..hum FVn da
,.,. ,,, JACK i:. i. VMB
KF.SSU l: a a \i:s
tppllcant
W I laalei s,
-!.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underabrned, dealring t,, engage In
i. i-in.-. under the flctltloui name ..i
API." MARKET, at 924 Ti-t Htreel
.Miami Beach, Florida, Intend t" regla-
aid name with the Clerk "f the
' Court ..f Dade Countv, Plm Ida
BERNARD R. .;i 'I.I IRNOEH
.AJJSR,?y ESTHER GOLDF1NGER
MARK SIL.VERSTEIN
for Aim
'-'" Uncoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha
1 ---* ll 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the iin.l.-i -iui ed, dealt
buaineaa under the fictitloua name of
SID'S BAR, ..t 2729 S.W -th -
Int. ii.i ... reglalet an Id nam. with the
Clerk of th. Circuit Court "f Dade
County, Florida.
SIDNEY MEDNICK
BL'ZANNE MEDNICK
MARX PABER
Attorney for Applicant!
Congreu Bldg.
I0/22-2B 11 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, dealring to pngag. n
buaineaa under the fictitloua name of
M \ W TAVERN, ..t 12304 N.W. 7th
Avenue. Miami. Dade County, Florida,
Intendi .....- ater aald name Hh the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court .>f Dad.
County, l'|.
I It. HERZ.Hl
WINIPRED HERZOO
HENRT M CAIN
Attorne) for Applicant!
:.]s \\- Flag), r st Miami, I 11,
|0 tS 11 5-18-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173745
STEPHEN E. PISHER and
JEANNE FISHER, his if...
Plalntlffa,
vs.
MRS I i: BATTEN8BT, a widow,
| and if married, her huaband whoae
name I- unknown, and
lii'iil AiP.n. alngle, and if married,
I. wife, whoae name is unknown,
t .. i i lefendanta.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: .MRS .1 E BATTENKBY, B
widow, and |f married, her hua-
band, whoae nam.. is unknown,
Addreaa Pnknown,
HPGH AIRD, single, and if mar-
ried, in- u it'.-, who-., name la un-
known,
Addr. -- Pnknown,
And ais,. all unknown !
heln gt..nt,. -. .,.-
Blgneea, ilenora, rredltoi I
or any other clain
. la lining bj, thi ough, under or
agi bove nam...I
i.- ly be .1. ad and
know n to I-, dead or allv.
And .ii-.. all unknow n pet
i 11. fend-
II.i\ ing or 'i.iImfng
right, ntereal In or t"
pi operty \n\ >.iv -.! In this
. and ......'i. .1. -,
Y' ii ARE ni:i:i:i'.v N" 'ill-11 :i to
...
I m.i- County, Flor-
ida, on .....the 29th da> of \..-
\ ii I., r. 1'. .. rltti n pi.
.. an ... tlon t" quiet and conl rm
: i. ium\ al of 11.-ii ft ..in.
the following deacrtbed property, ami
other relief
l...t 52, ..'' THIRD ADDITION
TO PINEHCRST XII.I.A. a, -
oording t" the Plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Book 6, at Page
Pi!, of the Public Record! "f
i lade County, i lortda;
a- above atyled, and to serve a copv
within the time net forth
above, upon s Plan- Roaa, Attorney
for the Plaintiffs. 1207 Biacayne
Building, Miami. Florida, in default
of which a Decree Pro Confeaao ma)
be entered agalnal you
Dated at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, this. 17th day of OctObet All
1954.
E, P. I.i:\THKP.M AN.
Clerk, ci,, uit Court of
Dade countv. Florida
By WM. W, stuck INC
Deputy Clerk,
|.i ."> 11 5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN I
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-j
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173202!
l:\V\li.\li COOK and
I.. iRi ITHK \ I" M'l.l.Ni: IK,
Ins w Ife, l
EVELYN M TRACY, el
l lefendanta.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl'. Ev. 1> ii M I ''' "-
ami.' if mat rle.l, Thomaa Kli b) .
her huaband, and If married,
then known U! Mis. Thomas
Klrb)
:;;,i p. nfi. id Road
Rocheater, Ne York
And If the aald Evelj n M Tracy
. .,,i. her unknown heira, de-
,,r grante. and
n,i all |...-..ns having or
claiming any right, ml.....' ln-
i by or through the above
nam. ..i through bar
huaband, If mat i ed and
ti, hu\ing i lalinlng an> right,
HU, nt. t in the follow ing
,i, rlbed real property
k int and being in l lade Count).
la, i..-wit
The Past Half "f the Eaat
Half of Trncl I'...i n. PI." k
pViur 'it. TAMIAMI ACRES
I'lat No I. according to the
pl.t thereof, recorded in Plat
Book at Page IIS, of th-
Publli R i "! 1 * ty, Florida,
YOU IND EACH OP YOU '
hv notified that .' Bill "f Complainl
to Quiet Title i" the above real prop-
, rtj h.i- i" .1 file i in "In '
i,,ii are her. b) requlr. .1 to erve i
cod* of \.'iii anew, r oi i adlng to
JJme HENRY M CAIN Attorney
?,.r Plaintiff!. Hll Weal nattier
Btre, i. Miami. Florida, and to rile the
original anawer or pleading in tne
,.m.....I Hi. Clerk of the Circuit
Court on ;; "'
Knvember, I9S4, otherwla. he allega-
,,- contained In laid Bill ol "-
plaint win be taken d '>
'"nated .->' Miami, Dade County, FIB.,
>'-t,"""v"n",:,';i,in:'MvN.
Clerk "f the Circuit Court
I hide County, Florida
Bj m. c green
rfVal) Deputy Clerk
10, li-22-M 1'/5
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*Jew #'*#' Fkridftan
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Phone 2-4366
for messenger service
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
, File.51646 I
Notl i he .-el, i |*l fen
NA III W'lCI. W, SIBBEL, hold. ,
iiwiBajt-ei ii y- l ek.ui ly .M.^ni T.
Sal. ferrlfl, .,-. 1 fii I.. M ... .la-
th. 2nd day of June, A D, 19 li
fll. .1 -..ol Cert ii. .' i.....) ot'fi. .
has mad. application r." tax deed l
laaue thereon In accordance with law.
.-aid Certll the follow
Inc .1. -. i ii,. ,i propel ty, tuated In
l lade i 'ount) Ploi i la, lo- it
E, '" ti ol 100 x I"" in BE C
of X 390 ii of W' ..' \'W>,
NW:, of .-1:\ I..-- B SO ft f.
R W, Re. Ion -'.. Townahlp
South, Flange 10 i: i i ontalt
Ing I Acre mor. ..i leaa, In th
fit) of South Miami. Cum .
_ I lade, State ..i I
Th. -Ill of said pi '
i he 'ertlflcate iaaued *
the nai ,. ot-1 ;rs I a i\.\ I.I is> i.V I
lea! said CVrtlficate ahall be rede.
according to law, tax tfeed wll is-
Ih. i..... on t lie 1 -t A D, I9S4
Dated thi! 25th da) of October, A I .
I'.'.I.
P P I. PATH KIt.MA.N.
Clerk of Cir.ut Curt.
Dade County, Florida.
B) N- c. BTERRETT.
(Clrcull com t Baal) Deputy Clerk
1" 29 11/5-12-19-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealring to engag. I
I..i-ii.-- under the flctltioua nam.- .:
NU-WAY PROHPCTS COMPANY.
Not Incorporated, al B502 N.W fth
Avenue, Miami, 1 la intend to ren -
tei aald name with the Clerk "t
Circuit cult ,,f Dade Countv, Plorl ..
ORORGE I. Pl'P.T.'H
\\ai.ti:i: \iii.i.i:i:
theodore .1 rakowitz
Attorne) for Applicant!
vj-j Seybold Bldg
in 22-29 li ".-IL'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 173"0i
SA.MPPI. I. BTEIN, Plaintiff.
PAC1JNR STEIN, Defendant.
T< i PAIMNP STEIN
-., Ba) 29th Btreet
Brooklyn, N Y
You are required t<.
nawet to n,,. mil ,,r ...,
for l dvorce on the pU
and i" file the original anawei In
i the "lei k of the Clrcull i
on or before the 29th d i> of No\
' I 1954; othei u lie, the Bill
alnt for Dlv. etofi i
herein, will be taken ..- ...nt.--ed b)
at Miami, Florida. Ihlt
.';ih .1 .,.1
i: B L.EATHERMAN,
Clet k of the 'ir.uit
I lade '..nut v. l-'ioi Ida.
M, C. GREEN,
-...li Deput) C
Name nd Vddreaa ,.f .
Plan,.- Itor:
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FRIDAY
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY SfeSSsSS
iea Seturdaj mornhu -cmce- art
Bl !> ., m.. with RahM Okolica di*
,s.,: : Hi-' Weekly Portion Daily
,,.rv, ire al 7 15 i m and v i> m.
AGUATH ISRAEL HEBREW IN-
STITUTE will hold Friday evening
tervicea at 5:30 P-m., followed by
Kabbalat S:ibbath. Saturday morn-
ing services arc at 9 a.m., with Rab-
bit Isaac Ever officiating and
preaching the topic: "Learning and
Forgetting." Kidduah will follow.
Mincha la at 5 p.m., followed bj
Shalos SeudOS. Max Cutmann will
be boat. Marriv will conclude the
Sabbath observance. Dally services
are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
i i
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malav-
sky will officiate and preach on the
topic: "Things That are Heal and
Tilings Imaginary." Cantor Samuel
Salkow will render the musical por-
tions 'd the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat
following will be sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Dworkin in honor
of their nephew, Joel Wolfe, whose
Bar MitZvah is scheduled during
Saturday morning services at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Malavsky will address
the confirmand Mincha will be at
5:15 p.m.. Saturday, followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services an
at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before
sundown.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5 45 p.m. Satur
day morning services are at 8:30
a m. Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs
lewis Abel will become Bar Mitz-
vah Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer
rendering the musical portions ol
the liturgy. Class in Mishna is at
4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seu-
dos and Maariv. Daily -en ices are
at 7 30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will inaugurate late Fridaj
evening services at 8 p.m., With
Rabbi Mayer Abramowit/ officiat-
ing and preaching on the topic:
"A Rabbi Speaks to American
Youth The sermon will be dedi-
cated to Boy Scouts of America
who will participate in the serv-
ice v,hen the Ner Tanud Award is
presented to Stuart Fabric The
Oneg Shabbat following will be un-
der the sponsorship of Dr. and Mr-
Ben Fabric and Dr. and Mrs. Sum-
ner Cohen. Cantor Fdward Klein
will chant the liturgy, assisted l>>
the (enter Choir under the direc-
tion of Eli Samuels. Saturday morn
ing services are at 8:45 a.m.. when
the Bar Mitzvah ol Jay Berkowitl
will take place.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening sen ices at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning sen
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate
and preach on the theme: "The
Eternal Refugee." Cantor Fishel
Lutman will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Alan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan F.hrlich.
will become Bar Mitzvah during the
service. Class in Talmud will be
conducted by Rabbi Swirsky at 4
p.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos. Junior services
will be at 10 a.m. in Academy Hall
' o
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 and 8:15 p.m.. with
Rabbi Abraham \.<-\ Man officiating
and preaching on the topic: "What
Will Judaism Do for Me." Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m..
when the Rabbi will discuss: "The
Land Was Insufficient for Them to
Dwell Together
*
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
5:80 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m.. when William,
son ol Mr and Mrs Albert l.evine,
will become Bar Mitzvah. Floral ol
ferings will be by the Levtnea in
honor of their son. Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.. with
Sunday services scheduled for 8
a.m.
e a
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating and discuss-
ing: "The Importance of Courage
for Our Day." Saturday morning
services are at 9:45 a.m., when
Howard Cantor, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Cantor. 901 Jeronniio.
will become Bar Mitzvah and as
sist Rabbi Skop. The Cantors will
be hosts at the Kiddush following
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will
hold Fridaj evening service- at
8:13 p in Guest Robbi Mann- Kan
son. oi Temple Emanu-El at Fort
Lauderdale. will officiate and
preach on the topic: "People are
So Wonderful." Rabbi Joseph Na
rot. Temple Israel spiritual leader,
will simultaneously officiate al
services in Temple Emanu El.
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8 18 p.m. with
Rabbi Malcolm Sparer officiating
and preaching on the topic "The
God That Did Not Fail Saturday
morning set vices an al 9 a m with
junior services following at 10.
i>ail> services are at p.m.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m Saturday,
mornini: services are at 8 30 a.m.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion At 4 p.m .
the Rabbi will preach on the topic
"Idealism and Wealth Mincha is
at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services arc at 7:30
a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
wit/ officiating and preaching on
the topic: "Judaism and Western
Civilization." Bernhardt Chesman
i will lead in the special responsive
readings, and Mr- Sidney MOSS
i will recite the English version of
Kiddush. Oneg Shabbat following
will welcome 50 new members ol
the congregation Saturday, morn
in;; services are at II 'M a m Re\
Rudolph Brill will render the mus
ical portion- of the liturgy at all
services
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at
8:30 p m with Rabbi Alfred Wax
man officiating, assisted by the
Temple Choir under the direction
of Jerome Taft Subject of the Rah-
sermon i- And He Believed."
Oneg Shabbat following will be
presented by Mr. and Mr- 1.
Aaronson Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Waxnuui
will preach on the Weekly Portion
Junior services are at 11 a.m.
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed
by a discourse by the Rabbi.

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi David Sha
piro officiating and preaching on
| "The Story of Creation Cantor Jo-
I seph W Malek and the Center
] Choir, under the direction of Rev.
Mordeehai Haalman. will chant the
; liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will fob
low Saturday morning service- ire
! at 9 a.m., conducted by Rabbi Sha
1 piro and Rev. Haalman The Rabbi
will discuss the Weekly Portion
Daily morning services are at 9
' a.m.
I
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p m. Baturda) morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a m. Rabbi
Jonah (apian will officiate and
preach on the topic: "The 'I est oi
Greatness." Cantor Abraham Sell
will render the n;u-ual portions
of the liturgy. Class in Bible will
be conducted by the Rabbi at 4:13
p.m. Mincha i- at 4 45 p.m follow
ed by Shalos Si udos ami Ifaarh
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices .M 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen
ry Okolica officiating and preach
< ing on the topic: T h a Burning
i Bush or the Burning Synagogue."
; Cantor Maurice Neu will render
, the musical portions ol the serv-
ices, with Lucille Morre directing
the choir. Rabbi Okolica s sermon
will commemorate the destruction
, of European synagogues in Novem
| ber, 1938. Oneg Shabbat following
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening service- al 8 15 p.m.. with
Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating
and discussing: Living I'p to Our
Heritage' Cantor Albert (ilantz
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy, (hie; Shabbat follow
ing is scheduled to be sponsored
by Mr. and Mrs Joasel Jarlow on
the occasion of their 30th wedding
anniversary Saturday morning
services are al 0 a in when Rabbi
Herson Will dlsCUSI the Weekly
Portion.
HEBREW ACADEMY wil' hold
1 Friday evening services at 5:15
p m Saturday morning services arc
at 9 am. Rabbi Alexander Cross
will discuss: "I niversal Religion "
Mincha will be at 3 p m followed
by Shalos Seudos Sunday -ervices
are at 8 a.m., with daily services
scheduled at ~ 30 m, and 5:30
p.m. Irving Kelemer, eighth grade
Acad< my student and son of Can-
i tor and Mrs Bernard Kelemer. will
,11 ic.Me Saturday morning.
*
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
'hold Friday evening services at
5:30 pm Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a in Rabbi Arie
| Becker will officiate and preach
on the topic "The Uniqueness of
Judaism' Class in Talmud will
precede services at 8 a m Bible
class scheduled for 5 p.m follow
ed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos
Ma,!Execu^H3
, Meetl*g in Miam7]
Mr- Mot
j preside,,, ,,!., *j
Chafer* and Mr, ff Jf
'Dytona Beach. fi!?4
ne.day ,,, .,.., ,, ** n1
nesday Pv,n,8 a,a **l
Terrace hotel ,he
Discu-ed were (a. y
function and achitJ!! "
State FederationT """"I
Sidney Aronoviti *, ,
Mn's Federation *
Local officers i^fg}
eration are the u'"f St*l
Robinson. Hih^SS \
preaident; i>.,r,.| ,,an n" 1
derdale, historian;^JJ*
Wein. Miami Beach^
Pa* preaident and coasj
Dr. Weidberq Noi
National Vice Cha
Library Committee Slates ')r '"-''' v Woidhm-
Social Affairs Here 5*?1 *"
Library Committee of the Worn
en's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai llos
pital will hold a dessert luncheon
and book review on Tuesday after
noon. Nov. 9. 1 p.m.. in the Memo-
rial room of the hospital.
Mrs Dorothy Krleger Fink will
review "A Child of the Cent-
ury, by Ben Hecht.
Reading from Hecht's works will
' be Mrs. Sam Berlin and Mrs. Ben
M Lond.
Admission is by a book publish-
ed in 1954 for the patients' library
or its monetary equivalent,
Mrs K. Jackson will serve as host-
ess al Kiddush and Shalos Seudos
Daily services are at 7 a.m. and
5:30 P ni
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening -civic s at
8 15 p.m With Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and discussing: 'The
[Synagogue Speaks The sermon
will be the first in a series of four
on the synagogue Saturday morn
ing services are at 10:45 a.m., when
1 Manuelo Kellerman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alberto Kellerman, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
'COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 am when Kev Leo Heim will
officiate and discuss: "From
Abram to Abraham Students of
the religious school will assist in
chanting the liturgy Mincha is at
5:30 p.m.. followed by Maariv.
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man of the jjn, ,,
National Council at the JD*
eil's ninth ..nnual meetiu'i
York City
Dr. Weidberg attended th,
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from a European tour.
Past chairman oftheGrwe
ami AJ Committee Chaste'
Weidberg is a director oil*
ish Home for the Aged and i
member of the National C
Cardiac Hon the bade
Community R, latiooi OnbJ
the National Conference d
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PAGE 2 A >iewis*rk>rkMan I^LNOVQ^ HUMAN NAMED CJA CAMPAIGN HEAD Continued from Pag* 1 ever? ounce of energy at my com mand that I will devote myself to this bin job because people in need depend on us. No single individual, no matter how inspired or moved, can possible lead thiimportant campaign to success -ingle-handed I expecl to call upon each and every Jewish family to join in this humanim crusade." Heiman ad. led that the Ft lion drive is, in effect, the voice of the Jewish community "We can ire the strength of the •<• %  immunity in the waj people in i \ ital causes such as imbined Jewish Appeal He d "in thai "the virility and %  : an] %  in is %  lemonstrat) d in t IT*waj ire for the aged, i facilities Ihej pro< ide for the sick and needy and the caliber of i tioi il and religious for our %  h." Ask< I rally what is ex '. A r> m th< ( ,[ t h. npaign Heiman .-..id •it iexpt cte i thai you "ill acyour responsibility as memb< roi OUT Jewish community and thai > m the Combined >. visli V| :•• al as the accepted community for effi • %  It ii will not •>• rmil an) la< I busiasm toward ai > "t t h e participating > our dedication la the total effort I* is xpected thai you will use •• rsonal n >un es and youi • I i toward th< sui i • %  -•: il w •i thi v expected thai l of u> aimport %  ns ol ne of the fastest gn %  > ins. mmunities in the L'nited S .Il contribute in proportion to r than of the man) millionol liar • d to take care oi ur growing operations al home d to meet the pressing n< % %  %  in %  el and i %  • i rseas We expect, in c %  %  ear you will not fail %  Will ;, Her• ization ex pects t I N livision leaders %  %  %  %  ctions will shortly, hi • inclui P Gifts. Vi inti i Resi fid ProW men's Di\ iinit Youth %  Hem • %  ii •• %  • Ca. Hi helor ol Kris de in the Scl ess Ad ministratioi al Emorj Universitj. In his undi B) • he as a member ol Tau Epsilon Phi t r.. ternity, serving ..chancellor He social .mn During the ir with \ s Coast Guard Volunteer Port Securit) I %  %  n e as n He roup in the which n award for the number -old Heiman ia men. \\, .'\ ii M i untrj Club and the Miami Beach Chamber ol well as othi i iional groups Since 1947 he has • i socialed with hibrother-in-law. Albert E Lichtenstein, in the operation ,,f the Oni H ir Valet dn clean ing establishments Thirty-three branches are located in 23 princitiesol the south servinj !!•.:: ai parents, Mr and Mr-. • ; i SW residents 1944 \ brother, I.oinHeiman. ia prominent atassociated nh the fin Heiman and Kaplan • chairman re,idi with his wife. Shirle) at 2000 s. via. Ci ra ration camp.,. Iquarters ..t 420 Lincoln rd. have recently undergone changes and rens designed lo result in Appearing athe firs, conclave of Parent-Teacher Associations ofGrwterMiami held a. Temple Emanu-El on October 25 were •o riqhl Mis. Matilda Ratner, president. Bureau of Jew,sh ation; Lou.s Schwartzman. executive 'director of the Buieau Abramowitz. of North Shore Jewish CenterDr Seymour Blumenthal. psychologist for the city of Miami Beach; and Mrs Ruth Greene, president of the ParentTeachers' Association of Temple Emanu-El, host of the conclave. Bill Bagqg to Sp*,. BUI Ba K8s Ml .^* columns an ,| xvnlH, "" n %  ••ting TueadJr2J "" Th, 1 ''h,,, n ; 11 N Mi 'he I), Udo how S ** HIISCN a, IN ,*&* [Bock by Popolo, & J AY ROBINSON .^"-taiarwCdhJ %  • ""• %  "•hi MIMMX BUY m Blfjf m OPENING TUt$. N0v7 Nightly lOMgkiJ MATINEES AT 3 to* Mfe, o,n Vi. V '<> SERVATVOW mo! 84-3404 i i Air '"nditioned BIITM0RE PUYHOUSj! 151 N.E. 40th ST. Km, economj Of operation, according Alpert, Benjamin Beck. !• eration president Myers Facilities are now ready for the 1955 campaign said Federation executive director Dr. Benjamin B ROS• : Loan Fund Meets in Miami : i, iir, h I .,!'. Fund of Greater Miami met Thursda) eve I ii al the home of Mr and Mrs Leo Ackern %  1384 SW 18th -t I Officerfor the newl) reorganized loan fund un•he auspices of the Greater i ish ration %  r e tckermai pn dent. Max Silver, \ ice president Frank Rose, vice president; Mail* rio Grossman secretary; and Harmon-, treasurer Serving on the hoard ol directors are tckerman, R w Apte MornArchie Freed. Gross Holt/Levin, Ackermon Sandy Caplan Heads Teen Age Group resident ol the Kneseth Israel I e breakfast dub i> Sand) V nt of the election of ution • h % %  > 11 K b) i • include James I nt, and Al\ in Membership i 13 to 17. i apian exhe club me. • i ,r sen t 9:30 a.i I • %  %  it in Abraham s. it ol Kne seth Israel, will entertain nh a m ol Israeli songs ..t the, : ext the gi oup Brick. Leon J Ell, Jess M William Friedman, Maurice man. Leo Fi-en-tein. lias berg. David Kleber. !-....< Abe Kasow, .lack Muravchick. Abe Pepper, Sidney M Palmer. Albert Quadow. L Rose, H. O. Rat*Max R. Silver. F.lry Stone. Dan Serott and Harry Simoni Silver, chairman of publici' public relation-, -aid that loi plicationare being received bj Simon-, chairman of the loai mittee. .,; 31 NK 1st ave later appointed Southern • gional direct Praetor" ol Tau Zara Novel Discussed Epsilon I'hi Heiman ia member of Miami Elks Lodgi No !'48 and served as il Knight and chairman ol their DAY WORKERS $5 I $6 and Tare Hotel Maids farters • dishwashers Calored Maids-Part Time or Fall Time in Private Homes ACE EMPLOYMENT %  Zl N.E. 't Ave. Pn. 9-S887 No Cnarg* to E^c Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. will hold ., jomt m etn ; tii Emma W imi i. i bapter on N %  p. 8 30 p.n I Beth D • • • r will be Mrs Rachi who will discuss thi Land ., novel b) 1 • meetii will mark Dade Chest Drive In High Gear Continued from Paqe 1 A 18.000 First Nat Miami S9.000 Joinu '. and ( ,i al • oral Waj 10 10 and Wometco i h< iters, S4.82:. The Metropolitan division gets a house lo house campaign u i waj on Januarj !h Mrf f Ravt the division -.oil block workerare -till bcin Ol the S. .1. Fr k k d:ji;ni ami M. Rophun iHEBREW BOOK STORE) { 417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach i t Berween favrffc ami fHlk itt. J HEBJtEW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES J (•r Synagogues and Privote Use ; Also for Hebrew Schools 0*160 "GTO S-f017 ISRAEL CERMf/CATESi WorW's Lorgesf Pesf Control Company Call 2-1776 Mimbif of S'ni S-rttk FREE mm criOR 3SC Lincoln Road Mexianino — Phone S-Mll Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULISTS • Prescriptions Filled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection lo Laleet Style. Closing So„ MM. J Ann Ctrl* "SEPARATE toonsC^ 90 ^tea/j/rrf" V* 0 k5>vvtrOai tuns' ICO' ^ US <& *+ 0** ^ >r \o O* x* ^ 1 |0| l^ *0* *P i* t D

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PAGE 8 B I I SM^jjovniia, Full Text Of Statement To Dulles On Armament For ArJJ EDITOR'S NOTE: John Foster Dulles. U. S. Secretary of State, returned from Paris last week with an agreement that will include West Germany in the new European defense community. He was met by a delegation of Jewish leaders, who discussed with him the current decision to arm Arab governments as a means of furthering Administration policy in the Near East. The Jewish Flondian below publishes the full text of the state • nt handed M Dulles at 3 p.m.. Monday. Oct. 25). We. the undersigned. heads ol sixteen major American Jewish orn fiat ions, welcome this opportunity to present our views on our Government's polic) in the Middle East. It is our understanding that you* personally, Mr. Secretary, an reviewing the problems ol this area Your conclusions, as translated into American foreign policy, ,arp of the utmost importance to •.American security, the welfare of 5*he peoples of the Middle East and tl., cause "i peace. In common with all Americans, t~ ncerned with the security JIU\ V.i Hare ol the tree and democratic •Vorld. we favor all effective measures by our Government to com b.i! the threat of Communist aggression throughout the world. The peoples ol the Middle East can be won for democracy by an improvement ot the intoleraMo economic, social and cultural conditions under which the.v now exist and by the extension to them of ,'the human rights which are now | wholly or partially denied to them. 1---I ntial to such an advance in these objectives is the earl) attainment ot peace arid economic coup eration among.aH 'he states But. we question'whether the MUM of Middle East peace or stobilit) is served bj mUttaTjr assrsttnee lo governments winch maintain open hostility toward their neighbor. The grant of arms to the Arab stairwhile they refuse to make peace with Israel may encourage them t" believe that our Government-no longer requires them to do so. and maj even tempt them to emplo) their augmented military power in new aggression against Israel, Since the United States announced its intention to provide certain Arab countries with ami' there has been no abatement of Arab-Israel tension On the 1 contrary, there have been increased reckless anti Israel attacks from many Arab centers and by the Arab League in Washington, in London, j. well as m the General AssembI) ol the United Nations I'nder these circumstances, miliaid to the Arab states may existing feeilM of isolation and de-rGovernmenl refrain he. pression within Israel, while her \ the Arab states in ,w emboldened Arab adversaries con\ positive guarantees %  '*** well result in armed conflict, rendenrw the Middle East vulnerable to totalitarian subversion and infiltration Against this background of continuing regional tension, we submit that nothing be done to aggrai vatc the present precarious situation. The unilateral grant of arms to ; the Arab states and the exclusion Ol Israel from consideration in our Covcriiincnt'si defense planning in the Middle Last are neither equitable nor imparti.il toward the peoples directly concerned and will harm America s own national interests. Our Government is rightly concerned to increase the capacity of the Middle Kast to resistCommunist aggression. Accordingly, our (Mease policy should envisage the participation of all countries in the region committed to the defense of the free world. Failure to include Israel the most stable democracy in the area, in any plans for regional defense, will deprive the Western world of an impressive M' curitv potential as well as increase pression within ^Israel, while her (the Arab states i n t | tinue to keep the Middle East in a I peace: that .1 u r ^Gj2*< 3 state of tension and turmoil which nothing to impair th*"""''''! impede the effective defense of (balance of strength iri\kI' ni Mi the region against subversion and; East: that it ,. Ul n ,j "/*'*•*! external aggression. same agreements alwlj ^f Our Government played a vital the Arab states and th """"l role in the settlement of the AngloIsrael to join in rethmLi Nl Egyptian conflict over the Suez planning n *fcM (anal Zone. British evacuation'of We believe i h.-.t v W h the Suez will place this important best serve the national i ?**{ artery—with its vast quantity of America and the free J to "H security equipment a n d instalta would hasten the rest ^l lions— under -the exclusive' control peace and expand the r" !" "* *| of the Egyptian authorities. Their fens* capac.tv „i ih* MrtT'iH record and -their recent public. We appreciate President BC statements indicate a disposition to bower's recent reaffirm t \ abuse this new power. firm friendship toward" iJ? *i The transfer of the Suez base and aM other nations m the • *H the lifting of the arm, amber e t > objective to which you v'^ ..... '•-" %  'uaaj Egypt change th.L.. strength in the -MiJJIc !... I ...n cordingly. there is urgent neeJ to I i • v secure from Egypt unqualified witiejj "I'Nitjfc guarantees, in conformity with innot serve the attainment $£ ternational law, that the freedom purpose. We are hopeful u,,, j? that % of all shipping will be observed, foregoing observation] n that vessels passing through the tribute constructively to IL Suez Canal will not be molested or achievement ol our over-ffl.2 detained and lhat the installations tives of peace, friendship aw *. and equipment accruing to Egypt fense in the are,, serving the hi Israel's vulnerability to attack Hatreds will be incited; I costly arms ': will not be used for aggressive pur| est interests of the race will be stimulated The net efPOSM I welfare of the people ol thfVnu I feet will be to deepen the already We respeolfully request that our States. Reporter Feels Dulles j Offered 'Cold Shouldd By BORIS SMOLAR JTA WASHINGTON The conference between Secretary of State Jen Foster Dulles and a delegation representing 16 major Jewish organ atioiu "ii I S policy in the Middle East did not contribute muring improving the situation against which American Jews are prutesog. Secretary Dulles clearly told the Jewish leaderthat he due. M intend to enter into discussion either with them, or with the l-rad Ambassador in Washington, on the Middle East policy until after tk I November elections He j, very polite when he accepted thews* randum which the delegation presented to him. but he did not erne as far ato reiterate the recent assurance given b) President Ei hower thai the is Governmam will not create an imbalance m th militatv equilibrium between Israel and the Arab itat He referred to the fact that he had made some statements earthr j with regard to Israel and added that he stands on tlull. a!-o indicted that he will attempt to solve the Israel-Arab protlal as successful!) as ha recently solved other International pn All in all, the Jewish leaden left with the Impression that heml probabl) look for an occasion after the elections to nuke some kinds' a public statement, but what his statement will contain ian guess Delegation cl Jew who conferred with Secretory of State John Foster Dulles last week. Sixtee .nations were represented, with Philip M. Klutznick. presi• ci B :.c: B'rith acting as spokesman. Leil to right are Maurice Bisgyer. B'nai B'rith; Julian Freeman, Council of ederat'ons and Welfare Funds: Dr. Herman Seidel, Labor Zionist Organization of America Louie Lipsky. American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs; Pcibbi Irving Miller, American Zionist Council: Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, Mizrachi Organizalion of America; Mr*. Herman Shulman, Hadassah: Philip M. Klutznick. B'nui B'rith; Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath, Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Dr Israel Goldstein, American Jewish Congress; Joseph Barr. Jewish War Veterans;'Mortimer May, Zionist Organization ci America; Charles Rosengarten United Synac-ogue of America; and I. L. Kenen, American Z.onist Committee for Public Affairs. Victory in Controversy On Gideon Bible Lauded Miami Delegates Leave for Meeting Continued from Page 1 B %  mmunit'. |i work II Include a session on for Teei v. ers and B Adults" chain d bj Mi I pn -.d with Gale as consuiti • ion on Ith and Physical Education in > enters with San Seitiin. I rd member ••! GMJCC and nan of 'he health and physical education committee of JWB, h a participant. There will also be sessions on r financing and special prob!• i facini immunities near military installations Members of the Miami contingent will serve on a special evaluations committee of the conference with Gale athe nor of this committee. Kaplan will preside at the annual-meeting, which will be de• brat ion ol tin Ji w i-h Ti %  Hei bert M f the N itional Jewish Wei (are Board, will tx ol the speal \ Shabbat :!l open the i Satur day, Nov. I i ,i, nsiiltant ol the NaJewish Welfare Boat I i he ni will conclude on Mi N"v 8 srith i final meeting ol the board of governors ol the Southern "II Following the annual meeting, the Southern Section chap' the National Association ol J< I i'h < enter Workers will conduct its annual institute for professional workerThis will be chaired pj Harold H. Benowitz. executive director of the Corpus Christi. Tex.iJewish Community Center Gale will present a summary re rt ol the 1953 Institute, ol which he was chairman Tin Professional discussions will n themselves with the (ollowing mam subjects "Our Jewish Heritage and Jewish Values The Translation ol Jewish Values i ommunit) 'enter Program mini; Beth Tfilah Women Plan Welcome' Supper Sisterhood "i congregation Beth Tfilah will hold a welcome back" -upper in honor of members who were away for the summer in the dining room ol the svnagoguc on Sunday. Dec 5, at 6 p m President Rachel Katz will appoint a committee for the affair at the next meeting on Monday eve i ning. Nov. 8. NEW YORK Dr David pi %  iky, national executive director ol tin American Jewish I oagraae, e\ i" i gratification this week that litigation in the celebrated (iideoiis Bible Case was now successfully concluded. and expressed the hope that .,11 states would follow the lead ol New Jersev in forbid ding the distribution of any sectarian literature in the public schools. In announcing its refusal to review the unanimous decision hand"I down last December by the New Jersej Supreme Court, the United States Supreme Court at Washington ended litigation in the case which attracted nationwide attention as a milestone m Church State relatiom Reviewing the New Jersey case in which the AJ Congress had played a prominent nde. Dr. Peteforth) recalled that the New Jerscv Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the program of the Cid •on Beciet] for distributing the N-w Test,„ii,nt among children in the public schools 1 hie! Justice Arthur Vanderbilt. of the New Jersey Court, last December ruled that the distribution of the Cideons Bible the King James or Protestant version through the public schoel system was an infringement of the constitutional principle of separation <>f church and SI I I .Uinjthj New Jersev decision, ihe liidesi I Society, a missionary on I appealed lo the I S Supreme Cost j for a ri'v iew ol Ihi Noting that school official.ia number of statewere awaitiDlhI [final outcome of the case W [acting on the Gideon Society** quest for permission to di>tnbss 'the New Testament in the pu* 'schools under their junxiirU* ,Dr Petegorsky declared "tteSM cerelv hope that these school Ithonties will take careful note* the latest development m | heC IA, rj cttnten e> no mad it"i great American principle ol W .ous litHrty and -met separiW of Church and State will "<"** |pect all states t How th*h 'of New Jersev in forhl distribution <>f an) ature in the public x^ 00 ''* withdrawing parmissioB h* distribution wluiiwr it Ml granted." Apron Contest orth D* Sisterhood of the I** Jewish (enter will hold a rep* monthly meeting on ***• j ning. Nov. 8. 8:30 P m at' ter. Part of the evening iU voted to an apron conte-t. AP>J will be used to stock a ntf*" booth at a coming baiatf.



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Ili^wi^UEIloipidliiaun FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1954 SECTION B ithilde Sarrand to Star in iami Israel Bond Operalogue n 1,000 members of the l ; ,i. u Community are exattend the Israel Bond ,. i (l be presented in the ril ,„n of the Empress %  Pec 1. al 8 p.m.. accord inter Miami chairman Ja.,„,. for the Operalogue kcussed al a special work |ng in be held in the card | t |, e Royal Palm hotel on J 0 : ,,i 10:80 a.m. [„. i,,.,,, |e) and a ladies' ported from Israel, will drd at that time to the rho has -old the most none) and to the worker Did the most bonds in | Nov. 7. I,, i he Operalogue hrough Uv purchase of a „i the sale of $300 in here will also be special [r purchasers of S500 and bnd> jogue headquarters on Mi[ eh. located at the Royal il, reports eager anticipaenthusiasm o v • r the i nt. It,(he evcnl a communityBnction. organ izations throughout the city are Operatingsent the classic "Madame Butterwith the State of Israel Bond Or fly" with the original talented cast ganization. scheduled t>> appear. "Operalogue is an entirely new The cast will feature lovely Hand streamlined approach to opera thilde Sarrand. a lyric coloratura and will be introduced to this area soprano, who spent most of her for the first time by the famed early years in Paris. Prance. She Carol Longone under the auspices ; has concertized in Italy and Prance of the State of Israel Bond Organ%  with notable success and has made ization," Sher explained. recordings in Vienna. Mrs. Longone has chosen to pre A „ „, „„. rtandard ,,. M ,-,,. ( ,,-. js al her command. Mi-Sarrand hi appeared in the roleul Violetta in "Traviata," Micaela in "Carmen." Marguerite in "Faust." Mimi and Musetta in "Boheme," Nedda in "Pagliacci," and in many other roles. Among other companies, she has Ring uith the San Carlo Opera ... ... ., Company in New York City A DOrder rald drl11 ln Israel brings children from kindergarten ..„'. classes down to shelter area. The shelters are of reinforced HUM Sarrand has appeared as irs Establish $30,000 Scholarship riversity of Miami Medical School guest artist on various radio networks and has sung on the "Metro-, politan Opera Auditions of the ] Air." Opposite her will be an old BiSCciate Bernard Green — who appeared with Miss Sarrand on the Met Auditions. Green trained under the Veterans Program of the American Theatre Wing from 194fi to 1949. He also made successful appearances in Opera Cameos on televiconcrete and can withstand direct hits. United Israel Appecl agencies, with funds derived from the United Jewish Appacl campaign, finance the buildinq of these shelters to protect immigrant children from bombings in exposed border areas. Leon Kaplan Named Vice Chairman Of JWB's Jewish Center Division The election of Leon Kaplan as vice chairman of the Jewish Ceo ter Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board took place at an. annual meeting of the division in i loan tund of $30,it the UniverHiami Medical School has %  Wished by Mr. and Mrs. Diner Now residents of Miami B iach the Zltners moved to this area from Philadelphia a year ago. The loan fund for local medical stusion. He has sung in concerts in New York on Sunday. New York and surrounding areas, This is the first time in the hisand has toured in Chatanooga, tory ol the National Jewish WeiTi nn., Jacksonville, Fla., and Peterson and Atlantic City, N J. The other two members of the fare Board that a Jewish Center leader from the South has been elected to the high position. Alon^ with Kaplan, serving as cast are Viviane Bauer and Robert v j,.,, chairman, will be Lawrence dents extends benefits to Miami Watts lrell. ol Los Angeles, Alan Alsimilarly made by the Zltners to Mrj v; s ,...„ ,. chairman of theimer, ol Chicago, Louis Stern, Philadelphia medical students. ,. ,. „ of Newark, and Mrs. Walter E. Hel'In expressing his gratitude for lhe W mens D,v,slon "' "'" r ler. of Chici j the establishment of the Zitner ganization and is in charge ol setMrg W;||ti r R n,. lu r W JU C) n iF'und. Universltj president Jay F ting up coordinating committees finue M ( .h..irman of the Jewish W. Pearson stressed the need for [or the Operalogui Center Division. such aids now that college sui.sul, n connection wi ,h the bond Kaplan has long been associated ies for GI's have largely run out wl Seeks ice, Eban \ls Nations ED NATIONS — Only I Vbba Khan reminded the Assembly, meeting here through the expensive years of spccja i rJ i, y jn lne ocean Kront j Y\v7lA. the Jewish Centers Associk. Israi I made vigorous efbring about face-to-face Jordan — efforts that bnlv because Jordan recall tor a conference I ra iiy Molly Picon. Queen ol the with Jewish Center work in Greati, as well as in the South lie served as iami YM and ; "A few years back 80 percent of Yid(|jsh sta ,, e and star „, stage Miami as well as edica. students were he.pecM ^ „„ radfoi was honored at H^J* VSTMJ Leon Kaplan medical school by the GI Bill." Dr. Vu(ljtorium Thursday evening. lation of Greater Miami, and he is lhe Jewish Centers in the United Miss Picon, .he petite star who at present Regional president of States. The other division is the the Southern Section of the Nation! Armed Service Division, which pro vides recreation, morale and leial Jewish Welfare Board. Kaplan is also active in manyPearson said. "Relatively few students have hjs (oim (| (nroo cont j nen t>, sing. this aid nowadays, and the long jnj{ in yiddish. English. French the Seeretary General of, haul of medical school is often a J Sp in j sn wa8 featured recented Nations. Israel has reufh g e ac h Council of Israel J tion. and Mrs. Zitner." g^^ „ ( whic h the chairman is \ The Jewish Center Division of sure time services for men and women in uniform. Charles Aaron ago Israel agreed to the Ion of Arab accounts in Is)ks and even to release the I Of Aral) valuables held in losit Imxes in the Israeli [ainst Israel's conciliatory told 'he Assembly about refusal to permit IsraelJhippinK to go through the Vnai He referred to the which Egypt interims' week on "an absurd serting that this vessel Dried no weapons of any peepl the master's pistol, Mid caused casualties in Plan coastal port." Egypt's pi thiconnection was charby Mr. Eban U bearing tilni \r In the debate, Syria <..li''" nited Nations to esne Palestine commission 11 the Big Five — Unit USSR, Great Britain. Md Nationalist China. The Finn. Syria proposed, should fe up the question of the ""> Of refugees, then the •"id territorial ques hard one for many well qualified y a{ ho 01ympia Theatre in Mi. local organizations, serving on the [g piesi(lpn 0 £ the National Jewish men and women students. Many amj I board and executive committee of i Welfare Board, doctors of the future will have The rMy was sp<)nM r i.d by the the Greater Miami Jewish Federa Dean Homer F. Marsh of the Una MjnUes the National Jewish Welfare Board Medical School joined with Dr. Ma>u r ()f ceremonies was Miami is one of two major divisions con Pearson in accepting the Zitner ^ B>;ach (ounci | man Burnett Roth. I cerned with serving the needs of Fund. Miamians Will Attend Meet A large contingent of Jewish Center leaders, headed by Leon Kaplan, president of the Southern Secti in. Jewish Welfare Board, and Mrs, Milton Sirkln, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Is leaving this weekend '..) attend th.' ninth annual m. ting of Hi %  S itithern Section of the National Jewish Welfare Board. In addition, other Center leaders in attendance include Mrs. Leon Kaplan: Milton Sirkin. member of the National Jewish Welfare board of directors and member of the GMJCC hoard Mrs Call Susskind. of the GMJCC board; Sam Seitlm. chairman of the health and physical education committee of the Southern Section, Jewish Welfare hoard, and member of '.he GMJCC board: and Kfr.iim ll Gale, executive director of GMJCC and member of 'he board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Pedera tion. The program, which is concerned A* (~ n S30 000 scholarship at the University of Miami Medical Final arrangements being made IOT a !" Mj %  Beach philanthropists who have with workshops, plenary sessions School. Left to right are Mr. and Mr,s.^amue >IW n ident# and Homer F. Marsh, and pane, discussions on various established the scholarship. Dr. Jay F. W. Fear son, u F Continued on P.„. 8 B dean of the medical school. —.



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PAGE 10 B *jmunsd£2ezSgSLggsgfc., GMJCC Groups Slate Programs Art, dance and drama an r this y< .>r in Hi-' program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, as reported by Kmanuel Tropp, assistant director Qualified instructors in these Hi Ids are now conducting : ir children, teen ai adults, at the Center's three lions Mrs Prudence Vaughan i ducting art classes t"r children in ih. ns and tor adults in the evenings she h.,bad man) ning at th.' Terrj \rl Institute and hahad her wort ed in Flor BalU I for children and modern dance instruction fur ., lull ni ~ vear i> s. .1.1 Khoj an who h ihad es sive stud) in both types "f danci Miss Khoyan studied ballel with Miienofl ol Coral Gables and the Thomas Armour School ol I lei she has also worki (,. rtruck Moone). I the Modern Dance Department at University ol Miami Ballroom the lat : tin-Americi ing fit adults at all thro buildings und< r the leadershij Bett) Hathaway, who .,as ated with the Arthur Mum) Studios m Washington, D.C pre% iously. Childrendramatic I now in operation at the )'• Branch, with Mrs Gershon Miller as instructor MrMiller hain -tructed in dramaticit the ("enand nther c>mmunit\ organizations for nan) years Mrv Pearl idirecting thchildn group at the Town Branch • age groups al both I i • are conducted by thes< structors. A new teen ... • :. %  the i it t Itb Sheldon Nidetz in ch.: U Hui tz, formerly i %  isablanca will be • •. | %  • • • • 25 i rectal cesi regulai weekly : Temple Israel Group Will Present Moss Hart Comedy hi Up the i> '" three acts b) Moss Hart, will pn -. nted I'on Sund •: N th -• given t<> fulfill •he • in the ; • jh. who a luctions | Limit Dunn in Gold ro %  • %  Teen Agers is Topic Of Academy P.T.A. Thr. will discuss "Growing inl Ag< •'' x So\ 10. 8 the Acad i I • %  ho will cuss Asi %  • t Pet nalit) %  i.t.and Dr Richard %  im. clinical | :,. c ount; ( hild Guid III talk oi id Rothenchild psychologist will he ,,n ol the panel His i is Famil) Expert i NrrCharles Gertler. pre-. P.T A will introduce the speaki MrWilliam Fair ch will report on the ,i Parents TeachNew Fish Plant To Open Here %  to an ; (,-. indusi Fish •. %  -h The i its owi %  buildii needs bj J %  I NW 2l-t -t Mi imi The our. aid O berg, whose familiehase rxen in B New York I it) l If more than three gene: The wr.tr-. -penalizing in li-h from add and the Great lakehave an affiliate com par.y in New York CM] Lula Jones flowen for All Occasions D I I I V E I T • Cat Flowers a Pottee float* a Cet.oa.** a Feaerel De*ie,ni • Weeaina* ltlO $.W. Sth STtltT 2-5790 Phones 2-5384 r^OL'ST BROS R V/ fj Hi flMf jccomplishments in contemporary design. Artist Jacobson studied pa;:: "ne I'm >i Ilhnois end has beer, hung in galleries throuahout the nation. Severn! oi I r..n teach other newcomerK cording lo Mr and MrFred Sandier, who are opening their home. :ad, son oi Mr. and i*"r£. Snrico Ben:porad. 815 Lenox eve., h^s matriculated at the Hebrew Union tie cf Ren to bee.:: studies leading to ordination in the Reform Rabbir.ate. Bemporad, who took h:s preparatory work at Miami Beach High School, was graduated from Tulane University in New Or leans this year. M'ami Convalescent Home LEO ALLF-V O'-ector IK S W. -7t Avcnut Vhin*% J-S4V and • 07t • a#r : aliiixg ,n C to l* Ciaflj, anc ".hrnr. ctHy III. 24*oir Njruiig Sr ic* Socii D,*t Stc' OB*rvtd •rival* and Setli • Pr iv !• Roomi Coconut Grcve artist Charles R. Jacobson sta nd before a mural he n • Ecy Heights home cf architect Bernard Goodman. The 16-foot by 4-foot ibstractj sign in space suspended horn ste2l cables, each of which can hold 400 pound*. Siruatf*; the living area of the modernis-ic home, the m ural may soon be seen I 3 of ^ : national magazine display of Goodman's residence, which will feature ac< of Illinois end has beer, hung in gall with the permanent collection at Brandeis University. Pioneer Women Schedule Affairs "" Shor1 rshippen ub II of Pioneer Women at its u "" r ,f 1 I mptedtt. M • • card part) Monda) evening. No* %  I to, 8 8 pin. at < 'onsren.it ion Kneseth impre--ioi •* %  % %  i Hapoaloth lo train and guide im, ^ H iud toriunr I415 Euc ld ,ve. i Pl „ no ,. r v d migranl women so the) in turn Un ld;i p owe u, pre-ident. is ar-! aDroad wh „, ,, .^^ „ ranging this party I members GoMi Club at itmeeting Tueh t Rackonky MS Michigan Aenua Miami Beach Phone l-UU SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTfX-SANfTAMUM MAH orncf 4 5 N f t „t A.env* AUAfATTAM ItANCH 1400 NWlMJirm TAMIAMI ItANCH 1901 S W [ gha, Slr..l Dade Federal f/!ft M/7t?,mi,lK'il7(uA*. JOSEPH M.LIPTON, President O' Jf* 0AJ"* auSaXS$ MOUtS Alolf.ce. ere >•*J IWSOH ctHTfTaaAHCM *+* ••• &f '•Ji"":^*^-"* 5797 M.W. S^r*-* Itmm k< eftke. a^. *.. <• MltMCU IXCHO 64 MIUION OOllAtS a RltllVlf tXCIIO 4 MMUON 0OUA



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/ MnVEMBER S, 19S4 ^ J^IstnrwMlnn PAGE 9 A 4$ 1955 Jj $2,287,968 YORK A 1955 budget 7968 m enable the National | Welfare Board (JWB) to ,K reliCfous, morale and \2t*m tor the 150 OCK, mcn and women in the U.S. L„ n ,s and veterans hospitals, and to provide essential u e services to JWBS more than 350j "V. "^ 5ch o1 PJ A T Meet Wednesday affiliated Jewish Community OnSch^nSl^TT' 1 l 1 N ur ? er> I At the Town Branch Miss Alma ters was adopted by the ..„,„,,.' w ill iSTS^S^S^. ^"^ ^ """"^ f ^ tions board of directors at its fall 10 at 8 p.m., in each GMJCC meeting. The meting climaxed a Brancn '• was announced by Mrs. four day series of JWB conferences I*** ( (i< ,,lnKt r tount y chaircelebrating the Tercentenary of Jewish settlement in America The subject to be discussed is ami, will participate in the discussion. A new format for the ParentTeacher Associations of the three nursery schools has been an"Ihe School (entered Program." nounced. Preceding each meeting. there will be a group conference of parents and teachers on each age level. The monthly P.T.A. meetings and "Institute for Parents" will follow the group conference. Announcements for the series of Parent Institutes will'be made at the first meeting. These meetings are open to the public as in the past. O E A STAR HOUSEWIFE! ...Use only KOSHER PARVE COLGATE-PALMOLIVE <%, • % 1 PROVIDES FOR YOUR EVERY NEED IN CLEW m #AJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS CUTS GRt* S t .Guunasi NOHotllfUt. FOR WSWE* Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans •inks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twico as fast. .. thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain I A? FAB FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any other leading product; I plus not one, but two of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered! Yet Fab h actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps. m FOR MEAT AND }£y DAIRY DISHES "7 Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping don't waeh, just soak; don't wipe, Hist rinse. And no "Detergent Bom" to hands with VEL mS ^



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NOVEMBER 5, 1954 JAY. L pay Heads [ e k Local Aid llunterrs are being sought for |ni\ Nov. 8. t<> solicit funds |l!e' United Cerebral Palsy H was ;l nni)unced this week. % n women and high school stuL \ uvv asked to give an hour | iheir time to seek donVuluntecrs will be station%  itsidc store-, banks, theatres L„. for iliin n said the club will soon ii quarter! at the Biscayne b H tel Annex of the Biscayne we get from Hungarian kitchens'' It is a multi-layered cake called I "DODOS Torte" and is to the cuisine of Hungarian and Austrian Jewish families what pie is to American cookery. Try making this one: Dobos Torte (Multiple-Layer Cake) Batter: \' 4 cup flour, silted 3 times 10 egg yolks 1 pound powered sugar 1 tablespoon lemon juice 6 egg whites teaspoon cream of tartar Sift flour into a deep mixing bowl. Into another bowl beat the egg yolks till creamy and lemon colored, adding sugar a little at a time while mixing (by hand, 15 minutes, in electric mixer, 5 minutes). Sift the flour into the beaten egg mixture gradually, keeping the electric mixer (or the rotary beater if by hand i going about 5 minutes or till well blended. Add the lemon juice, mix a few turns to blend. Beat egg whites and cream of tartar till stiff, and fold into the first mixture with an over and over motion 'if the mixing spoon or fork. Turn the batter into well greased and wax paperlined 8 inch cake pans, filling 8 panat a time. Be sure to spread the batter thin, just enough to cover the bottoms of pans evenly. Bake each set of 3 layers 5 minutes of 450 F or till lightly browned at the edges. lie move each set of layers carefully, turning them out on a double fold I of cloth or paper towels. This amount of batter should yield 12 thin layers Dusting the towels .ightly with confectioners' sugar helps a great deal. When all layers are cool, put together with a thin filling of chocolate frosting of your choice and top with a caramel glaze or with thicker chocolate frosting. Caramel Glaze For Dobos Torte 2 3 cup powdered sugar I 1 tablespoon butter or vegetable shortening Combine in a saucepan and melt j over direct low flame, stirring constantly till the mixture takes on a caramel color and is of a pourable i consistency however. Turn this i over the top of Dobos Torte and let run down sides at will. With a Favorite Chocolate-Rum Filling '2 pound of unsalted butter 2 cups confectioners' sugar sifted 3 squares of unsweetened chocolate 2 egg yolks 3 tablespoons good rum Cream the butter, adding sugar gradually till smooth. Do this while melting the chocolate in a saucepan over boiling water. Beat egg yolks till creamy and combine by adding the creamed mixture to the melted chocolate then stirring in beaten eg yolks and rum till blended. •)eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*eeeeeeeeeeeeee< IT'S PROTEIN-RICH! CREAMY KERNELS (Buckwheat Crils) Satisfying ... but less fattening! Means health and enjoyment without unwanted weight. Real bwclrwneat flavor — grand as a cereal...side-dish...in puddings. DELICIOUS • NUTRITIOUS • THRIFTY AUO INiOt WOIFF 5 MOWN SUCKWMf AT CIO ATS MOfON men KASHf WITH noAsrio NORM riAVOf |w Dress Shop MUM Kruchner and Margie have opened a modern swear and dress shop. Margie 1247 Washington ave. • featuring junior misses 1 and all popular size cot-t s ; n f | sportswear at il Sllil all classes The %  equipped to handle the acting in all si/es at meet ilar prices with the latest brel Chapter Parly 1,1 Chapter, li'nai B'rith men, will hold a "baekI It) Nov. 7 8:30 p.m. at • of Eylda Botwin, 116 Se1 'oral Gable*. r DIET WITH EASE with SUGASINE— "• calorie In a car. lo*4l la..1 lor l.lit.o "tl l.b Me. Foor-oi. %  erne I-MH, more "• 700 cup* el coll..I BICOMMIMMO BY PO C TOW BANQUETS e WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS, etc. Armmmodatlng 10 t" moo People Strictly Kosher Kitchen t'nili-r Supervision of R ibbl Joseph 1: Rackovaky Call Saul Herman. 58-0811 II1100 HOTEL JTiSrfflS LEVINSON'S FOOD SPECIALTIES 2402 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-7791 ;-..' ; ., ( v:,/ MAT Z O MEAL 6 Coffee Shop G j^§M| Pure... white... just tight! Ideal for "breading" chops, cutlets, croquettes. Grand for all recipes. \ MADE F It 0 M "THE MAWOH Wl'H THE TASTE" Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6866 NEW HOLLAND HONEY CAKE is now mail with The besf 1954 NEW CROP HONEY and RYE FLOUR %  # %  -& %  :J?v&Y^*.&r^--.&-:Cr*&*S2~*4* rrrno %  man Now Open Telephone 2 8825 for Reservations Chez L > II II ^l II ran I French Cuisine | teon Abondonce, Proprietor 128 N.E. 17th Street Miami, Florida No fat — Sugar — or Syrup Used IT IS NOT ONIY DHKIOUS BUT ALSO OOOD fOR YOU Mtt Y A EA9AV TODAY Distributed byC0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 N.E. 30th St. NICK & ANTOINETTE'S RESTAURANT CVCtNA CASALiNGA Real Italian Home Cooking 1624 N.E. 1st Court e Phone 82-9375 III HASSrarS RESTAl RAXT OB The Trail Specioii'iina in Cerate! Beet and Pastrmmi Sandwiches 3727 S.W. 8th STMfT PHONE 83 MS6



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OVEMBERJJSSi Ri -bi ,tual loader of the Israelite Center S^fj^TT"^ K,0rida family, died Teusday night. He livders Disappointed i Rabbi Sachs, 65, irence With Dulles pj es j n Hospital ^,d from PS> > A and m order to mam ferity and sovereign^ Lf Israel, in whose weifcstinv 5.000.000 Arneni vitally interested." Mi Miller, chairman of pn Zionist Council, told that he was "deeply hi the Administrate |o restore peace and P Middle Beat. He callfsirleiit Kisenhower and H ( ,. l0 throw the full taerica's influence be^ uc tiv,and stati-manto bring peace to that *tmistW^k Clothier Succumbs; Was Native of Key West Frank Wolkowsky, 82-year^ld PAGE 11 A of N.iami from its foundation until his ".tirernent last veir. died Sun day in a local hospital. A philanthropist with large real esta ,• holdings, he came here from "lc\ l..iid. ().. 10 years ago. He |ui I Neumann, -peaking jonisi Organiiation of Sectored 'hat Zionist (gainst "the high level L the Administration is jh.iv! ; uled to correct 1,1 v jvion ol their sul>f n ,l > check the in..,i their policies, [,, • • ,'i > the Gov|v-, pi and Saudi ArabVi rejection "t ties |c,i and tin' free world," Pre>i lent io-''Tih''w-', h, \ urican Jewish Teri that American create "local imthe Middle F.ast. Dr. iked Are we now to iCle "t a two-.mihing assurances •onsumption and very egard ii act ua) pi actic • e.l at 752 NW 7th st. rd. For many years he and a brother, Isaac, operated a clothing store on downtown Hauler st. Mr Wolkowsky was a native of Key West and came to Miami 32 yeara ago. He was ,, member of Beth David Congregation, the Elks Lodge and B nai B'rith He is survived by two brothers, Isaac and Joseph. Servicewere held in Gordon's Miami Chapel ,t 1 *. '1 \. %  1.. „ l.-lal II I..,,I, ,,, \ e „ burial JACK WEISS muni, .-.i. \\. iml Ri-.,, h, %  I tWO year* Hgo !,,„„ dli 'i "• 1, ""• %  '! Mian I! -. nl the VIM k foi MRS. ESTHER ROSENSTEIN % %  h rd., I Ne N %  • k ... ,||,.,| hn rla ighti %  %  -• 1 %  %  I M T, 1 > > both of Miami, nn for Applicant ll/i-12-19-24 Rabbi Abraham Sachs MRS. BESSIE UREENBERG SAYETTA 71. ..f 220 KW 31*1 el rh rrom Ni \ ..i %  „ 10 \ ear* ago, riii .1 llcl She leavi %  %  w>n, Mi.i rla, \\ llllam and nd a daughter, Mrs, l lore /.i.i. HI. all ..f Miami, Heai li M. ;i 'ha pel wan In eh I llurlul was In New York, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OfVEN thai the undersigned, tftealrlng to enggge In business under the fictitious nun t (ASH REGISTER BALES ,v SERVICE, al si I North Miami Avanue, Miami, Kla Intend to register said name with the Clerk of lli.I'll cult Court i.f Dade County, Florida. ABRAHAM Ht'SHMAN— Interest LEWIS I.ANI'K — %  Inti ISHAKI, ABRAMK Attorney for Cash Register Bali .v Service. !':'< N.E 2nd Ave. ii S-12-1S-26 I.S. Policy of %  rab Nations ued from Page 1 A enjoyed with 'he Republic of Israel." Mini; why the Arabs are ki Sen Wiley stressed hist threat to the Near r ol aid t' Iraq, he finitely includes. \mz and essential safeSII-I an) aggressive use Sui h aid moreover, in linn-, 'he grant of aid ih. a~ a matter of fact. Mer consideration." in a Miami address |hii.-t Regional Convenile Brotherhoods at the hotel early this week. Bator Ceorge Smathers [ • wherever 1 can" to the integrity and of the State of Israel. the disturbing inconthe activities and pro|h. prc-ent administraDepartment," Sen. lid, lias been 'hat of \r.ili states in the guise imunism." Ida senator said he had %  vehemently" and ex.11 resisting it. lived at 2320 SW 2Rtn st. He was ordained in Lithuania by Rabbi Simon Yehuda Skop. dean of Teller. In Cleveland, he was president of 'he Hizrachi Organization for 14 \ears. and a member of the board ol education Rabbi Sachs was a Zionist and member of B'nai B'rith. His father. Rabbi Samuel Sachs. Served the Cleveland Jewish community for 32 years. Surviving are his wife. Martha; three daughters, Mrs. Myrna Jack son Mrs Alfred Lev and Mrs. Jos'-ph Levine, all of Miami: three brothers. Barney and Isadore of Miami and Max of Cleveland; two sishrs including Mrs. Joseph Ra,,f binowitz. of Miami, and four grand1 Miami children. Services were held in Gordon Miami Chapel, with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. MRS. DORA COHEN T:', ..f 241 NVt Ird M .li.-.l >. i 14. Services were held In fjordon'n Miami I-'IIII.IIII Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Ceineter) Mrs Cohen, who rame from New York 10 yearn i;i., la survived b) n daughter, Mr* S.vivla Nurnlierg, l...s Angeles, .nil !.. grundchlldn i Cohen Succumbs to Heart Ailment at Age of 49 Abraham B. Cohen. 49. of 3483 ( hase ave.. Miami Beach, died in a hospital of a heart ailment. He came here six years ago from Hartford. Conn., and was a member of the executive committee of the Miami Jewish Centers Association and Temple Beth Sholom. Survivors include his wife, liar rict: %  son. Robert; a daughter. Susan; his mother. Mrs Bes-ic (nben and one brother. George, all ol Miami Beach, and two brothers in Hartford. Services were held in the Gordon Funeral Home, Miami Beach. Burial will be Sunday at Hartford. WILLIAM SILVERMAN i %  %  eataurn nl ner v\ hn .ami Chnttanouga 11 year* ..-". .li.-'l Oct. !S in hla homi :.i IS IS ~i: i uii ter. Surviving are his "ii--. Fiather: a son, Allan, and .1 itiiughtei. ll. ni lettn, both nl M athi r, Mel 1 II ML .mil. and ;. alstei Servlee* were held in i i.-i don M .'in 'hapel with I In Mount N.-l." Cemetery. DAVID RASHKOW 71, ..f 15(1 sw _"-i rd .. rel red furniture dealer who eame from New Vork It > ears ago, dleil I K I !S He leaves lnv wife, Rose; two sons. Mill. f Miami and Sheldon <>f New Y..i k. and limiKhiiT. Mis Pearl Sllberman, Bervlces were held in l!or(inn's Miami FMneral Home Chauel with burial in Mi Slnal Cemetery. DAVID YOUNG 54, linlldlnit contractor, died Oct. M at his home, r,io Paler ave., Coral ij.il.l.s He is survived l.v Ills w if.-. Ida: a son, Julius of Miami and three daughters, Mrs. Phillip Friedman. Mrs Norman Hnyder and Hiss Marsha Young, ;,ii of Miami. Services were held In Gordon's Miami Chanel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. BERTHA F. KENDALL IS, "' 11 y "ii % %  • -Miami Beai Ii. died Saturday, sinrame here about six years ago from Savannah, Oa„ where she operated her own drug store, sinis survived t.> %  daughter, Mrs Annetti Katsoff, Miami Beach, and %  brother, s.-rvi.-.-and burial took place i" Savannah Ith (lordon M ami Beach Funeral Home In ,,i local arrangementK LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 62105-B MYKTL.K IMI:.\-lTli:i: COMPANY, i Nl ... i i,,i Ida corpoi al Ion, Plaintiff, Vs. KVKUtN CRAWFORD, also known II EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH, I lefendanl NOTICE TO DEFEND IN REPLEVIN 1"'. l-:\l-:i,V\ CRAWtORD, ais,. know li as EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH -' id N. W. 21st Street Apartment -_ %  Miami, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY ordered and required to serve ., copy .-r your Answer to the Complaint filed against you in Urn above Court, ..n Qllberl .1. Balkln, 112 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, the pbUntiff'i attorney, and file the original In the offli a of the ci.-ik ..f the Civil Court of Record, In and for Bade County, Florida, r the 10th day ..I December, 1954. Otherwise the allegation* ..f said Complaint will i>>taken as confessed by you. The case is a suit In replevin and is styled MYRTLE FURNITURE COMPANY, INC., a Florida corporation, plaintiff, versus, EVELYN CRAWFORD, also known as EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH, defendant, In which the plaintiff s.-.-ks to recovei i he follow Ing property: One in Kelvlnator Refrigerator (in..ii Supreme Btove, being a gas range TWO I-I Blonds end tallies i HI. 1 1 1 Blonde coffee table One M) Wrought Iron kitchen set, consisting . regHald name with the Clerk Set ^i.. don' Mian I ; ZAKOWITZ ,. ., \. Hurfi rte, died t w, .held i'i Oorrh chapel. 'lb burial m Mi. N.I.,. Cemetei \ Mi • w1t, whn came from Ureensburg, Pa -,-\. n % HI. ngn Isun l\ ed hj i son, Mill,in. of Miami Beach; six daughters, Mrs Jean Smith, Mrs AmuRinler, Zaknwlti and Mrs Helen (I Iwalt, „M of Miami Beach, and MrK u an M Elltabeth Zakowlti, Mi Marie Quint, of (Jreensbura grandchild and two great grand IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 26899-B RE: EST \TK OH" HERMAN LEE CANTOR, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given thai l have filed mv final report and petition for Klnal I % !--. -1I.UK.as Adinillislrator of the estate ,.f HERMAN LBE CANTOR deceased; and that on the -"tli day of November, l!*."4, I will applv to tti^ Honorable FRANK B. DOWLINO, County judge ..f Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final dlseharK.as Administrator of the KM.it.of HERMAN LEE CANTOR, dei eased. This Mth dav of October, 19".4. // BAUL CANTOR Administrator MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN fi.'.ii Seybold Blilg., Miami, l-l.i. 10 %  : %  n ".-i'.'-i9 %  i ihildren Community Singers Hold Meeting Third regular meeting of the Community Singers of Miami Beach was held last week in the Palette Room of the Miami Beach Community Center. Election of officers named Samuel Friedman, president; Rose Ableson. vice president; Evelyn Lapin. recording secretary: Phi] Balm, treasurer and financial secretary: Sylvia Kurtz, assistant financial secretary and librarian: Monica Monhelt, chairman of mini bership: Sarah S. Kirschner. chairm Rose Ableson, telephone commit' tee Bill Weiss was elected chairman of the committee tor Bocial activities, and serving with him. Joseph NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN pursuant to an amended l-inai Decree at Page !i02 ..f the Iiblli Records "i I >ade 'ountj Florida, covering the premises situate and r In n ids i' 11 >. Florida di ed as follows s Mi feel of Lots I ind i Block lit. LAWRENCE ESTATE LAND COMPANY'S Hl'BDIVIsi. IN, according to the pbtt thereof as recorded In Plal Book at Page 51 of the Public Record! ..f Dade County, Florida, aks II* S 10th Avenue, Miami. Florida; together with the improvements thereon, ait.t the furniture, furnishings and fixtures as *.-t forth in the Inventory contained in the contract for deed Dated this Ird day of November, P! R. LEATHERMAN l 'l.-rk (>• Said Circuit ''.''ll I Bj I. M BLANCH Uil. (Ct. Steal) I pul v CU %  i< ; : i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 173823 VICTORIA Itnl.i.i: BARR, Pbtlntlff, vs. QEOROE RARR, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T' tlEI >ROE BARR, Defendant, A.i.ii ess I 'nknou n Yi.C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 11,.,f a complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are requii ed to sei \ • %  opj .f your unswei on • i tint Iffs a itornej Rl IB] !RT ll i RA CUP ;. Ksquli •. l""-i a Building, Miami J2, Florida, and file Hooriginal answer In the off t the 'lei k of the i in nil < "oui i on or before the Sth daj of I leci mbei. IS.14, otherwise the allegations In si.id complaint will be taken as confessed by "I'I.I-: vsi-: Ol IVERN Vi ICRSBLF ACi'.,|;|.|N,;i.V Hated; ttctober !9, 1054 r R LEATHERMAN, clerk of the I'lM ill Court By; M, C, GREEN, is.-.ili Deputy Clerk 11 .".-!: %  NOTICE liMricn FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN the underslaned, di ige In ;in ol publicity; Jean Devens and Miami, 1 Mrlth ine Cli rk -1 a Dade 'ounn Iloi Ida, v v i-i ii .\' y \ %  i •..' I.' :i MI'RR v>' Is' VRI !i iLl ISTKIN I K 'Ll I8TE1N v | %  • i .nl Shulman. Hose G< ler, Regina M" Halm and Anna S>hwarl/in,in her and Formost salamis are cured in a %  P ec "y Hiiically monitored smokehouse. Israel Kosner s inqs out that sought-for aroma of rare spices liavne8t grade pure beef. Leonard Snydermah and Ethel Zebu/ are outgoing president and vice president. / The Community Singers f Miami Beach Recreation Department. Ben Yomen. composer and arranger, is director, assisted by his wife, Margaret. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN I the undersigned, desiring to em business under the fictitious name ..r KEO BAR, al M Northeast Mth Street, Miami Dade County, Florldn intends to register said name with the cieik of the Circuit Court %  .' Dade County, Florida JACK OROB HENRY If. CAIN attorney for \iipll.-ani LV'.I s \V. Via Kiel St Miami, Elu. ll/5-12-19-i CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA in ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS si I \ l.l, COME, GREETINGS: When .. B, PASI MFNDE1 RON. SWAN LAKE. NEW YORK MORRIS MAROOLIS. MIAMI BEACH, KI.nniDA WILLIAM FHRENREIl H FRRNDALE SEW YORK PEARL FHPKVREICH. FERNDALE M:W YORK did .-II the i uii da> of s. ptembei. \ i. io |3, pause to be Incot porati n %  the provisions of Chaptei BOH, l--l,,.-i,l.i .%  lutes M KXINE HOTEL I 'i iRPi iR \ ih IN a n. id ii inclnal %  f huslni %  h, I '-ol. ( 'i.nnlv in the Slai n i hi rea I he stn u %  K. dai of November \ %  to I., rile I ii the office of th, i. II v ..f State ol the Btal I I li the si.. ..of n ltd • '' ssoluVon rel the s• r. tarv of State do, h*reb\ certify %  %  lid thai hi temilrenSents of law have been compiled Ith IN WITNESS WHEREOl I have hereunto set my hand ,ii,i have affixed the Oreal Seal •>' Hie State --r Florida, at Tallnliassep. the Capital, lliis the Fir*! day of KOVemi.i A.IV lM. i; \ en iv. Becretarj ol state. ISEAL) ii -i ..l



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TAGE 4 B +Je*lst>norHit*r_ B'nai B'rith Launches Membership Drive In Miami; Sunday Breakfast Rallies Due Wayrrs Abe Aronovitz and HarHillel Bouse M the Iniv.r-rtv of 0I8 Shjpiro. of Miami and Miami Miami c %  m p u -. Miller nl ami Beach, were thiweek designated Dixie hwaj honorary chairmen lor the GreatParticipating groups are Sholem er Miami area (iur|na the nationa] Lodge, Manin Kau/in president; membership drive of B'nai B'rith. Flamingo Lodge, Bernard Levine, which geta under way here Friday, president; Coral Gal Nov. 7. with the observance ol nej Hascoe. president; and i-...•join Day." LOMH Lodge I Bernstein, Announcement of the designspresident tion of the chairmen was made by Uso scheduled is %  breakfi Robert Schneiderman. of Long the lame time [or Miami B< ch Island City, New York, newlj anLodge in the Di Lido hotel, accordpointed national membership field ing to an announcement thiWeek representative ol B'nai B'rith. b) Gershon Miller presidenl The drive for new members will Membership c chairmen for the extend through Dec 12 Planned Sunday breakfasts are Bernard Liefor Sunday. Nos. 1 is I series of berman, Frank Kirschner, Frank breakfasts throughout the Greater Seiden and Bernstein Miami area, which will kick off the Meanwhile. Schneiderman also local campaign At 9:30 a.m. four revealed that station WTCAT will B'nai B'rith lodges will meet in carr\ an address b> United States — Supreme (Hurt Justice Karl Warren on Sunday evening. 11 15 p m marking the groundbreaking ceremonies held in Washington. D.C., .if the B'nai B'rith building there. Also appearing. Schneiderman said, will be Phillip Klutmick, preident of B'nai B'rith. and film rtars Constance Bennett and John Hodiak Fresh from a notable career in the United States Navj and deeply croundeii m Jewish interests and Mount Sinai Auxiliary Schedules Afternoon Affair at Casablanca Semi-annual meeting of the Women's Auxiliary ol Mount Sinai Hospital, devoted to membership, will be held in the Morocco Room of the Casablanca Hotel on Friday. Novembi r 5, at 1 p m \ short business session will open the meeting, followed bj the activities, Schneiderman has unhighlighl ol the afternoon dertaken thi assignment to direct original pla) written bj Trixie Levin. "Practk i About Practical Nura Womt n attend | the nu will %  j hospital life The Mil\ lei Bei Grei intensive B'nai B'rith membership campaigns in metropolitan an B'nai B'rith District (irand Lodge i No 3 including the District of Columbia and six states ol the Southeast Schneiderman has a B.S. d< rei in psychology from the Universit) Richter \ lapira Bernard of Michigan and has taken Wall William Wickman, Harold ate work at the same institution Wynn and Albert Paticky, pianist He also attended Princeton Univer Mrs Maxwell H> mber-it> and Columbia University. ship chairman with co-chairman j MrJoseph Williamson indicated thai the afternoon "will servi mak< Moui Sit \ iixil lai %  conscious nscious of what membership in thiorganization can do in terms i : volunteer service to the com %  • Renewal.'' ol old memberships, I and thi bringing in ol new mem i" : • from the commun I help to k< > p i hi w omen A ixiliar) ., %  rful \ olunteer organization immunit> timi ents %  %  in the ol othi MrMorris J Goldin. Auxiliary has iir. ited wi>men here who are not yet members ol the Auxiliai s ol M ui I Sin Hospital I ten >on'. pr Golden Agers Plan Israeli Dance Program rogram of Israi %  under thi hi| : Stanli .: /.I \ will be pre 7. at the n I i-hip Club Town Branch. i-h Community ter According to Herman Kam pres:n w 111 honor the birthdaj ol the first lent ol thSi iti ol Israel, !>r chaim Weiaman Following the dance portion oi the program, the (iolden Age Friendship Club will present treeto the State of I~ rael as a memorial to I)r Wei/ man The program is open to the (iolden Agerof the community Judge Sam I. Silver (center), general chairman of the B'nai B'rilh membership campaign in the Greater Miami area, discusses plans for "Join Day" with Julius Fisher (left). Roanoke, Va.. executive secretary of District Grand Lodge No. 5. and Max Krolofi. director of the department oi membership and programs at Washington, D.C. Roth to Chair Installation Affair Mr and Mrs David Provtll, 3440 I of the Southeastern Region, for Royal Palm ave will be hosts to his outstanding work in the field of the board of the Miami Beach-Ismembership. rael Zionist District at a meeting Gil Rappaport. Florida director in their home on Monda) evening, f,, r (he Zionist Organization of Nov 8.8pm. according to Fred America, will discuss the brunch Jonas, presidenl of the district that the combined Zionist Districts Councilman Burnett Roth, ch.nr i ,,f South Florida are planning at man of the board and also chairif,,. Di Lido hotel on Sunday morn man oi an installation dinner %  v ., %  ,„___ § • i %  iing. Nov 14. in honor of Rabbi which the district is planning to I hold at the Di Lido hotel on Sun' her h'r-hblum of Kew Cardans. day, Dec 5. will report on the Nt %  York, national membership affair chairman of the organization. The dinner will be a kosher meal Seymour B. Liebman. chairman and will feature outstanding speak, w c ... „ of the Southeastern Region admin erand entertainment according ,,, i{ lltri istrauve committee and of the Serving on the dinner committee Florida Confederation of Zionist are Sam Prostennan. Phil Salmon. Districts, will outline a plan for Herbl.inuk \1 Sh.rman F.ed Jo h| ( r( all „ n „ f y^,,, Fll(nda IMS Alex \ an Straaten. Judge ,,_ Charles Gerllcr. Saul Genet. Leon Z0A srdinating board. ard Glasaer, Oscar Lelchuk. HarFRIDAY, Lunches tew ncbatt 0n eg She la Min.; ;>• %  ft •'icklm. £\ WBBrickJh.,3 %  lr ""> h-r ^ i^AHRZEIT J ATA niEE T0 0UIL Seventh Editc* o?j Ytar Hbrw.E^|J / Goti s-'p To IHJ. i! The nr niiiiond All Hebrew tti\ from 1931 ti Iftj holidays u ltd -' :mirt 0 %  >: '"Killml IkM .• i tiitm %  tat '• iU r.o CM. F|| a pot:-cirt crh H. J. HRUC0.I WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM S(l( Fri#ky thru Monday (Nov. 54) MORNING rj kfafid, AJ Onip, Mrs Harry Platoff. Sam RabinowiU, Seymour B Liebman, Jack Fithman and Gil Rappaport. Judge Charles Gertler, membership chairman, will outline the membership drive that the district is planning ii. will also commend Alex Van i"?? |,; •• %  Straaten honorary, vice president a.so oa 1 •• FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY 1 7:00 ':IS '30 Today 1 Si Robert Schneiderman Jewish Forum Due at Beth El El Academ) this week an nounced the commencement Tue, da) evi IMP. \ i. of a series "i lectures on The Jewish Inquiry Forum I %  ctures will be delivered b) Dr I Shmaryahu T Swirsky, spiritual leader, and will discuss some phase ol Jewish life from the point ol view of historical religious and sociological background Chairman of the inquiry Form" iHenry Weiss listen to SCHACHTERS Yiddish Program • :00 I ii > M • :16 :30 1 • 45 %  10 00 I'.l H OK, 10:90 Strike. !i it h 1046 • 1 Su;^-r • r>~ %  fery SBndoy. WMBM, 12 U 2 p.m. ,00, N .^r "his program is tke first and has tt I 12 M II 00 ii< • '1:30 rni r.. 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PAGE 12 B +JmlsJigc£*M9rr FRIDAY RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY SfeSSsSS iea Seturdaj mornhu -cmceart B l !> ., m.. with RahM Okolica di* ,„s.,: : Hi-' Weekly Portion Daily ,,.rv, ire al 7 15 i m and v i> m. AGUATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening tervicea at 5:30 P-m., followed by Kabbalat S:ibbath. Saturday morning services arc at 9 a.m., with Rabbit Isaac Ever officiating and preaching the topic: "Learning and Forgetting." Kidduah will follow. Mincha la at 5 p.m., followed bj Shalos SeudOS. Max Cutmann will be boat. Marriv will conclude the Sabbath observance. Dally services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. i i ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "Things That are Heal and Tilings Imaginary." Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions 'd the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dworkin in honor of their nephew, Joel Wolfe, whose Bar MitZvah is scheduled during Saturday morning services at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Malavsky will address the confirmand Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.. Saturday, followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services an at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before sundown. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 45 p.m. Satur day morning services are at 8:30 a m. Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs lewis Abel will become Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Simon April will officiate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering the musical portions ol the liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily -en ices are at 7 30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will inaugurate late Fridaj evening services at 8 p.m., With Rabbi Mayer Abramowit/ officiating and preaching on the topic: "A Rabbi Speaks to American Youth The sermon will be dedicated to Boy Scouts of America who will participate in the service v,hen the Ner Tanud Award is presented to Stuart Fabric The Oneg Shabbat following will be under the sponsorship of Dr. and MrBen Fabric and Dr. and Mrs. Sumner Cohen. Cantor Fdward Klein will chant the liturgy, assisted l>> the (enter Choir under the direction of Eli Samuels. Saturday morn ing services are at 8:45 a.m.. when the Bar Mitzvah ol Jay Berkowitl will take place. BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening sen ices at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning sen ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and preach on the theme: "The Eternal Refugee." Cantor Fishel Lutman will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan F.hrlich. will become Bar Mitzvah during the service. Class in Talmud will be conducted by Rabbi Swirsky at 4 p.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior services will be at 10 a.m. in Academy Hall • o MONTICELLO PARK CONGRETION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Abraham \.<-\ Man officiating and preaching on the topic: "What Will Judaism Do for Me." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will discuss: "The Land Was Insufficient for Them to Dwell Together • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:80 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when William, son ol Mr and Mrs Albert l.evine, will become Bar Mitzvah. Floral ol ferings will be by the Levtnea in honor of their son. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.. with Sunday services scheduled for 8 a.m. e a CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and discussing: "The Importance of Courage for Our Day." Saturday morning services are at 9:45 a.m., when Howard Cantor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cantor. 901 Jeronniio. will become Bar Mitzvah and as sist Rabbi Skop. The Cantors will be hosts at the Kiddush following TEMPLE ISRAEL ol Miami will hold Fridaj evening serviceat 8:13 p in Guest Robbi MannKan son. oi Temple Emanu-El at Fort Lauderdale. will officiate and preach on the topic: "People are So Wonderful." Rabbi Joseph Na rot. Temple Israel spiritual leader, will simultaneously officiate al services in Temple Emanu El. HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8 18 p.m. with Rabbi Malcolm Sparer officiating and preaching on the topic "The God That Did Not Fail Saturday morning set vices an al 9 a m with junior services following at 10. i>ail> services are at p.m. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m Saturday, mornini: services are at 8 30 a.m. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will discuss the Weekly Portion At 4 p.m the Rabbi will preach on the topic "Idealism and Wealth Mincha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services arc at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi B. Leon Hurwit/ officiating and preaching on the topic: "Judaism and Western Civilization." Bernhardt Chesman i will lead in the special responsive readings, and MrSidney MOSS i will recite the English version of Kiddush. Oneg Shabbat following will welcome 50 new members ol the congregation Saturday, morn in;; services are at II 'M a m Re\ Rudolph Brill will render the mus ical portionof the liturgy at all services WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late services are at 8:30 p m with Rabbi Alfred Wax man officiating, assisted by the Temple Choir under the direction of Jerome Taft Subject of the Rahsermon iAnd He Believed." Oneg Shabbat following will be presented by Mr. and Mr1. Aaronson Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Waxnuui will preach on the Weekly Portion Junior services are at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by a discourse by the Rabbi. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi David Sha piro officiating and preaching on | "The Story of Creation Cantor JoI seph W Malek and the Center ] Choir, under the direction of Rev. Mordeehai Haalman. will chant the ; liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will fob low Saturday morning serviceire at 9 a.m., conducted by Rabbi Sha 1 piro and Rev. Haalman The Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion Daily morning services are at 9 a.m. I KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p m. Baturda) morning services are at 8:30 a m. Rabbi Jonah (apian will officiate and preach on the topic: "The 'I est oi Greatness." Cantor Abraham Sell will render the n;u-ual portions of the liturgy. Class in Bible will be conducted by the Rabbi at 4:13 p.m. Mincha iat 4 45 p.m follow ed by Shalos Si udos ami Ifaarh NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services .M 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Hen ry Okolica officiating and preach < ing on the topic: • T h a Burning i Bush or the Burning Synagogue." ; Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions ol the services, with Lucille Morre directing the choir. Rabbi Okolica s sermon will commemorate the destruction of European synagogues in Novem | ber, 1938. Oneg Shabbat following TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening serviceal 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating and discussing: Living I'p to Our Heritage' Cantor Albert (ilantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy, (hie; Shabbat follow ing is scheduled to be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Joasel Jarlow on the occasion of their 30th wedding anniversary Saturday morning services are al 0 a in when Rabbi Herson Will dlsCUSI the Weekly Portion. HEBREW ACADEMY wil' hold 1 Friday evening services at 5:15 p m Saturday morning services arc at 9 am. Rabbi Alexander Cross will discuss: "I niversal Religion Mincha will be at 3 p m followed by Shalos Seudos Sunday -ervices are at 8 a.m., with daily services scheduled at ~ 30 %  m, and 5:30 p.m. Irving Kelemer, eighth grade Acad< my student and son of Cani tor and Mrs Bernard Kelemer. will ,11 ic.Me Saturday morning. • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will 'hold Friday evening services at 5:30 pm Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a in Rabbi Arie | Becker will officiate and preach on the topic "The Uniqueness of Judaism' Class in Talmud will precede services at 8 a m Bible class scheduled for 5 p.m follow ed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos M a, E xecu ^H3 Meetl *g in Miam 7 ] MrMot j preside,,, ,„,!., *j£ Chafer* and Mr, ff Jf D ytona Beach. fi!?4 ne.day ,,, .,.., „,, ** N1 nesday Pv ,n,„ 8 a a **l Terrace hotel ,he Discu-ed were (a. y function and achitJ!! State FederationT """"I Sidney Aronoviti „*, Mn's Federation *££§ Local officers i^fg} eration are the u'"f St *l Robinson. Hih^SS \ preaident; i>.,r„,.| ,, an n %  1 derdale, historian;^JJ* Wein. Miami Beach^ Pa* p reaiden t and coasj Dr. Weidberq Noi National Vice Cha Library Committee Slates )r '"-''' v WoidhmSocial Affairs Here 5*? 1 %  *"£ Library Committee of the Worn en's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai llos pital will hold a dessert luncheon and book re vi ew on Tuesday after noon. Nov. 9. 1 p.m.. in the Memorial room of the hospital. Mrs Dorothy Krleger Fink will review "A Child of the Century, by Ben Hecht. Reading from Hecht's works will be Mrs. Sam Berlin and Mrs. Ben M Lond. Admission is by a book published in 1954 for the patients' library or its monetary equivalent, Mrs K. Jackson will serve as hostess al Kiddush and Shalos Seudos Daily services are at 7 a.m. and 5:30 P ni TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening -civic s at 8 15 p.m With Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating and discussing: 'The [Synagogue Speaks The sermon will be the first in a series of four on the synagogue Saturday morn ing services are at 10:45 a.m., when 1 Manuelo Kellerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Kellerman, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH 'COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 am when Kev Leo Heim will officiate and discuss: "From Abram to Abraham Students of the religious school will assist in chanting the liturgy Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Maariv. been •"I Hl ( ''' itioasl \t, man of the j„j n ,„, National Council at the JD* eil's ninth ..nnual meetiu'i York City Dr. Weidberg attended th, ing m New york on ks from a European tour. Past chairman oftheGrwe ami AJ Committee Chaste' Weidberg is a director oil* ish Home for the Aged and i member of the National C Cardiac Hon • the bade Community R, latiooi ONBJ the National Conference d tianand Jews "Talking about ancestors"... The Heinz "Aristocrat" Tomato is truly of regal descent, grown from seedlings, whose pedigrees have been studied for scores of generations. No wonder the "Aristocrat" tomato sauce, in which Heinz Vegetarian Beans are prepared, has so tempting a tang! How about Heinz Beans tonight? Look on the label for the seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS Strictly Kosher WEIDK Bra BEAN* Select either label! They're both the same bea*



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,y NQVEM BER 5. 1954 *Jt H fsii fhuridtian PAGE 3 A ,OBAL SHORTS'HUBS CONTINUE TO OBSCURE NEAR EASTERN ISSUES Lh Congress Appeals Lt to Halt Mass Arrests B f YORK JTA)The World i urgently appealed ,, k | (l tin' Governmenl in hall the maw arresta of [ which arc now goIniard "without abatement." E i E^pt' 8 350O ,. has precipitously deteriowithin the pa at several 5po |( ( -in. ii for the WJC ed. j Congress Wins Case; en-ship Restored YORK (JTA) After five | 0 | litigation instituted by the | [ewish Congresa, the I States Court of Appeals for lutricl "i Columbia restored hip right* to Morris ,, naturalized Ameri!,,, had been involuntarily w..,i in Israel from 1936 to L tt as announced here. Kynaglowski Arrives in Africa; to Open Schools g]S • i \ Dr. A Byngalowf|. i (he executive of i iRI Union, has arrived questions regarding %  %  u sections in the Is, in accordance [• ol local industry. | i experts in Tunis an enlarged plan men! of apprentices h irkshops A conference \ es of all OUT or%  French North Africa (the participation of Dr. Bynl-ki u II be held here. Effect of Suez Pact on Security Raises Questions in Commons LONDON (JTA) Greet Britain's Minister ol State, Antlums Nutting, faced a barrage ol questions in the British Parliament her. regarding guarantees of Israel's safey follow in? the Anglo Egyptian accord on tinSui'/. (anal. Mr. Nutting had signed the agreement on behalf ol the British Government. Germany's Obligations to Jews Embodied in Accord LONDON (JTA) Western Ger many's obligations as regards Jew ish material claims anil other matters of Jewish concern will be em bodied in the new accord between the Western allies and the German Federal Republic, according to assurances given the World Jewish Congress by both the British and French governments. An announcement to this effect was made here by the European executive ol the WJC, which expressed satisl with th" assurances, By RINNA GROSSMAN AJP iers Hit by Hurricane; |age Exceeds $2,000,000 .AN11 N .1 (JTA)—Jewish b will have to come to lewish chicken farmers ho were hit by the denes II f Hurricane rhe storm wiped oul Ji wish agricultural t community. Aplo tide them over I been addressto central Jew ish I York. Bey of Tanis Presides at Ceremony; 2,000 Attend PARIS (JTA) For the first time in history, the Bey of Tunis pre. nieii at a ceremony held at the Great Synagogue of Tunis, il was reported here The Bey was accompanied bj his Premier, Tahar Ammnr, French Resident General Boyer Latour and other Tunisian land Ftench members ol the gO\ eminent. The cornerstone ol a Jewish center at the synagogue was laid at the ceremony. Cof. Arvey to be Honored At Chicago Bond Affair inline uol Yi l£\'oS I i %  %  Newspaper Founds ddish Literary Prize VIRES JTA' On the tilth anniversary of Zeitung, largest \ Id America, the l< M itlaa Stolier, 'he paper, decided to nenl liti rarj pri* l'i a ti mpo ( : %  SCt UP %  11 I he b t I i i. let E:;vs; ,?, Is eel Talk-, lonferen ; in Tel Aviv [I. W IV (JTA) -The Israel ii i men Friendship Congress f'l here last week end with V ( liarge d Affaires M. Rol as main speaker. M. Romine ped his government's regret %  delegation of Russians had denied visas by the Israel I it to attend the parley. r speakers at the meeting at|f'i the Israel Government's de|n in ihis matter. CHICAGO—AFL and CIO unions in the Chicago area have united in a joint Labor Committee in support of a testimonial for Col. Jacob M Arvey. Miami Beach and Chicago philanthropic and communal leader, and pledged to PUI chase $250,000 in Israel Bondm connection with the tribute to Ar vej for hiservice to Israel. Atllai E. Stevenson. Bishop Bernard J. Sheil and Israel Ambassa dor \i)ha Khan will be the top speakerat the affair I" be held this weekend in the Conrad Hilton Hot< i in Chicago Le idei >>f all segments "I the communitj will compri-e the almost 2.000 guests who will each purchase .. minimum ol si.ooo in Israel B in I to attend Zionists Ref"' Change c' WA' %  i.i-t \ • %  e n i ition to ministration's i inns to the Arab states was denied here bv ihe American Zionisl Committee for Public Affairs. "This is not a Democratic matter, a spokesman for the committee stated. .' II ni oppa ir the oph iwer Ad,cy ol granting The real climate, emotional, social, cultural and political, which surrounds the relationship 11 Israel's neighbon towards hi r was once again clearlj and unmistak' ablj revealed to the world a lewweekago The -cone this time was neither Cairo, Baghdad nor the Environs oi sue/ The hostile vapors arose now from the headquarters ol HiUnited Nations in Ne York. The time October 6 the eve of Yum Kippur, Tinoiier came from Amb dor Abba Khan. Israel's chiel delegate to the UN lie addressed his statement of policj. to the General A embly He -poke with his usual Clarity and brilliance, and whal he had to saj was both Startling and heartwarming to the majority of those who listened. His proposals thai the Arab states join with Israel in n.w binding pacts ol nonres ion thai would link these i il ntial partnerin a peaceful and prosperous Near K,I-I to respect each other's territorial integritj and abjure all mutually hostile II I be the.e military %  economic or political, ii was a generous and straightforward offer, the kind thai has not often been heard in real halls oi the UN It -poke oi a "crisis ol confidi nee' bi tween Israel and the Arab stale-, and stressed Israel's anxiet) to formu' ite and abide by undertakings winch would bring a permanent normalcy to a deeply troubled area of a deeply troubled world. II was in short, a clarion call to amity, a brave and sincere gesture on the part of a small, still fledgling state towards her powerful and well endowed enemies. But the Arabs received il as in the past they have received ill -uch gestures One again, they demonstrated to i listening world their suspicions and their hatred Their spokesman was Dr. Hahmoud Vzmi, representative of the sovereign state of Egypt. He spoke of Israel with contempt. He dismissed the offi r of peace as "invalid." He de scribed it as just 'another'' clever Israeli method of confusing vital issues and attempting to delude the world. He charged Israel of the -ame crimes .main and all in the same familiar style athough repetition oi preposterous accusations would make them somewhat truer. He talked of expansionist .iliii-. ol refusal tO cooperate with the Mixed Armistice Committees, ol the problem of Arab refugei i. He dredged up from the verj bottom oi the Arab propaganda bar., u (he stall chai {es and the %  discredited accusations. ,. all he stressed Egypt's .i • 'i hment i h call to the cau I world peace justice Amazingly, he managed to gel through histatement without having to mention such i embarrassing, and wnolly topical, proofs Ol tingreat attachment to peace and |ustice as the fact that an Israeli boat is still illegally and inexplicably detained from leaving the sue/ area despite the fact that the UN has repeatedly called upon E %  pi to abolish a forbidden blockade ol the I anal. lh -poke Ith the -ame \ ituper ative intent, but without the same blatantly offensive language which was used by another Arab delegate ,c icu da;.ago and which forced the Pre iident ol the General Asbly, for Ihe tirsl time in the history of the UN, to rebuke a member-nation lor itunfortunate and tasteless ch >ice ol word-. So the New Year. 5715. stalled The lines were vivid!) demarcated. The state oi Israel li id ued tor peace. The Arahhad -aid "nay." And. more than that, they had refused to hold out hope for peace. Surely, in th capitalof the world. two and two could he put together, even at this late date, and a conclusion drawn as to which party was endangered by projected shipments ol arms and ammunition. It is hard to believe that i)r. Azmi's instant rejection ol Israel's proposal reached the State Department without suitable and obvious commi ntarj to this effect. Planners of the Opera Guild Ball, one of the first of the season's such evenings, take time out from a committee meeting this week for a group photograph. "A Night In Italy" will be the title of this year's ball and Italian costumes, music and food will be some of the colorful highlights. The Ball will be held on Dec. 4 at Leon's. Getting the opara ball rolling are (bottom row. from left) the Mesdames Leland Hyzer, invitations; William Stubblefield, chairman; Douglas D. Felix, invitations; Baron de Hirsch Meyer, decorations. Top row (from left) are the Mesdames Alexander Winton, reservations; Charles Moon, chairman; Philip Head, decorations. Locker Leaves Montevideo; Greeted at Buenos Aires Bl ENS VIRES (JTA) Berl Locker, co-chairman of the Jewish I x cutivi. who itouring the Latin American countries, arrived lere late last week from Monti vi leo He wa it the airport bj r presi ntatives of the \i (i ntin Eon ign Ministry, 1"'. Ariah Kubovi, Israel Minister to Argentina, an l representatives ol ntini Zionisl and Jewish representative organizations, Rebegah Lodqe Meeting Sunshine Behekah Lodge No. 9 will hold its next regular meeting | on Tuesday. Nov. 9. 8 p.m. in the American Legion Hall. Zionist Council Opens Southern Regional Office NEW YORK The American ncil has opened its Southern office In Atlanta, it was mnced here bj Rabbi Irving Mill r, chairman ol the Council. V j | oilman has been ap• ative. \ i the administrative :; : ;,, 0 i the South) astern Z.O.A i Freedman is alao a er ol Ihe public relati ins ittee "i the Atlanta J< *h Community Council and chairman ol iis sub-committee on institutes, publicity and interpretation. He is a member of the Georgia Bar. Address of the new office is Room 512. One I'eachtree bldg.. AtI lanl a Ga. THE TERCENTENARY STORY 3. Louis de Carvajal OawtflM ••. *> Am.rle.n MWl* P"T*t by DANIEL ELAZAR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO sing Authority Criticized Failure to Bar Prejudice pNEAPOLIS (JTA)—The MinfliHousing and RedevelopAuthority is coming under jfi-in here for its failure to PstInn provisions in the proU lor the new Glenwood housIroject which would bar racial religious discrimination in the Fct The Mayor's Council on |n Relations had asked the Au|t> to include legal provisions lat "discrimination on the basis kp. color or creed will be pro, % lS"70 LUl Ot ,-HBVAJAIM1*0€P AN mWOlTlON TO NOOTHCRM % AfxlCO A A coNaui'iwn of THt KIN Of SPA"** s, ,576 PC CARVAJAI ES CITY or noNriwti !" A CAPITAL/ tFTin •IIVIN A* ovwnes mint rcm AAAKIV IEAHV M AND > PAMlL-r wr AR*I*TO J.Y TMt INUIITION (IMPOATtD P*OM tPAlNiro* *JUDA*Ne.' t>t CARVAJAl'* MOTWBK %  AND lTt*. SVBAI BllONtP AT TMB TAK, fcANO HE W(A* TlPPBO Of HIS POPTY ANP RANK AHP CXILtP I I .



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'AGE 4 A jf*r§sMk*Mto*i _FBIDAY. VW wjewisfrflcridiiari Published .v.ry Friday .Inc. ISP by th. J.wleh OFFICE and PLANT — 120 H. E. B oridian at 130 N. E tiKth Street. Miami 1, Florida^ Tolnnhonea 2-1 Ml — 2-8/U iter.d • aKond-claa. matter July 4. 1M0. at th. Po.t lQlqp nonw f.e.-of Mian... Fla -.under th. Actof MarchS 1S7S „„ rk la „ doe.not -'"' "• Sixth Street Floridl En Off... Th. Jewish Floridlan has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tel.r graphic Agency. Seven Art. Feature Syndicate. Worldwide New. Service. National Editdrlal Association. Amer. s U lean Association o EnglishJewish N.w.paper.. Florida OneVear Association. Th je,i.h "••*'•-*;„",;„ vnsrstJ !" Ki """ ruth of the marobandlM adterti.ni in % %  %  r N I P T I 0 N BATES S3 00 Two V..^ S5.0C Press Friday. November 5. 1954 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 2 Q Number 44 LEO MINDLIN News Editor Heshvan 9. 5715 \*w Campaign rhairinan Greater Miami Jewish Federation's early announcement of the selection of Sam Heiman as 1955 campaign chairman is pleasing news. Coming at this time, the announcement indicates Federation's awareness of the urgent necessity to devote itself to an all-out endeavor in the coming drive for funds. Mr. Heiman's ready acceptance reflects his own desire to get an early start on a very diiiicult job ahead. A long time resident here, Mr. Heiman rose through the ranks of civic and philanthropic activity, each year voluntarily accepting increasing dearees of individual responsibility. His successful leadership of campaign divisions during previous years now has accorded him the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a volunteer worker. Our conaratulations go to Mr. Heiman on the occasion of his beinq named 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal campaiqn chairman, as well as on the manner in which he has, heretofore, served his community during many trying years of increasinq need. The pattern he has forged as a civic-minded worker, willing to give his enerqy and devotion, is one that can well be emulated bv his neighbors. But along with this honor, Mr. Heiman certainly recognizes that he is also acceptina a ma'or responsibility one that must challenae his leadership abilities to the utmost — and that the understandinq and activity he will bring to the CJA campaign can, in a significant measure, determine the limit of aid for Jewry overseas, nationally and locally through Mi ami's service and welfare agencies. It is. however, important to mention in this reqard that the campaiqn can never be looked upon as a one-man iob. CJA's ever-expandina horizons and ever-enlarainq proqrams to fulfill the vital requirements of Jews here, throughout the nation and abroad inevitably require the active support of everv aroup and individual in Miami if the 1955 drive's success is to be assured. That supDort. that vital measure of cooperation through volunteer work and the aif! of Life Dollars is an absolute necessity. It'll... II rilhs Moin llav' • Friday is "Join Day" fcr B'nai B'rith throughout the United States. B'nai B'rith lodges in the Greater Miami area will observe the day and kick off their membership drives with a series of breakfast events on Sunday. There is little need for us again to examine in detail B'nai B'rith's contribution to the American scene since its foundation in New York City 111 years ago; its programs have long spoken for themselves. The organization has been in the forefront of activities guarding civil liberties and the rights of all minority groups wherever and whenever they found themselves discriminated against. The Anti-Defamation League has been a singularly active B'nai B'rith group in this regard. B'nai B'rith has also accepted a major share of responsibility in workinq toward the preservation of our Jewish heritage. Throuqh the Hillel Foundation. B'nai B'rith institutes all over the nation and youth groups, the organization has reached into every age level of the American Jewish community and nurtured the will of an ancient people to foster its tradition. "Join Day" is therefore a significant observance and deserves the attention of those who have as yet. for one reason or another, foiled to make themselves acquainted with the ncte worthy programs of the B'nai B'rith organization. I'.S. Jewry llisa||Miiii<<| American Jewish leaders are disappointed over the manner in which Secretary of State John Foster Dulles dealt with their recommendations to him on his return from Paris last week. As we see it. their profoundest disaDpointment must surely lie in the fact that Mr. Dulles, himself, has qenerally avoided making any comment on the recommendations. In effect, we believe he brushed them aside, thus telling Still a Big Question Before the General Assembly U.S. Jewry that he is already adequately apprised of their attitude toward his "new look" in the Near East. Dealing with the note to the Secretary in summary fashion, the Administration chose, instead, to employ spokesmen who repeated President Eisenhower's assurances on American friendship toward Israel made at a Tercentenary dinner in New York two weeks ago. Vice President Nixon had previously set the stage for such a technique when he quoted from the President's address while Mr. Dulles was in Pans and for the benefit of Jewish leaders then in Washinqton making arrangements to meet with him on his return. Principal spokesman, unfortunately, was Sen. Ives, Republican of New York, who repudiated what he declared to be efforts on the part of some people to make of the Israel-Arab dispute a political football. Going further than did either Mr. Eisenhower or Mr. Nixon, Sen. Ives formulated egregiously pro-Israel pronouncements on the eve of his effort to inherit the New York State Governorship from Thomas E. Dewey. A profound source of concern for American Jewry was thus reduced to basic politics for at-home consumption and in a state heavily populated by Jews. We will feel we are wrong in this regard only if the current biased proArab policy, disregarding the fortune of the infant republic of Israel, changes in the near futu:e. Dr. .\dViiaur's Visit April, 1955. will mark ten years since the presumed suicide of Adolf Hitler in a Berlin bunker and the destruction of the Nazi Third Reich by Allied Forces. This means that a full ten-year period has not yet passed of peace marked by war and major international dissension. Already. Germany has caught its breath and is, once again, assuming a position of preeminence on the European continent. Bonn's political and military recognition, accorded the west Oeiman government last week with the signing of a defense community pact, strengthens the economic gains it has made during the decade that elapsed since World War II It seems to us that this sort of reminiscence is especially worthwhile now that Chancellw Konrad Adenauer finds himself ,n Wa.hmqton as a guest of the United States. He flew Tnto the nations capital on a Wednesday and old reporters a. the airport tha, all Wesf Ge,m ans are united in the desire to live n con inua7 co dial friendship w.th the American people" It may seem a long time ago. but ,,, s oalv some thirty years since weary Wal er Rath ateoiir^ a con,n,e We mar *pS£ also pledged Germany's desire to stop pLma .^nettling role of bully on the Euro£ea r t !£?• 1 I • During The Week... A %  y LIO MINDLIN I MET A FELLOW THE OTHER DAY *, pretty progressive and. I might add, dangerous id."* P *J got to talking about the constitution, and he reckkf So iij its provisions are really quite intelligent and thai [H, !" *** brought into general use when men finally win the k 0| *1 m mat ion. ri hl o|( I tried to dissuade him from such heterodox noli him that he was running against the tide of a f,,•" n .< I l, principle: conformity. Afterall. I said, there must t* 1 1 this universally known fact: that the constiution liesj tn n Inprivate opinions publicly, he woaW^tl* from his belief thai be could entertain ,m\ opinions, aj n Bboul civil liberties and vague things ol that nature, and 1 JL to bear these rather questionable ideas coming from him — [** a who is neither an intellectual nor a soft-headed college profall Conformity la a basic American principle, I told huaii phalanx of our government and industry How, otherwise 1 could we have achieved the ideal of rugged individualist: i, done anything eLse than conform to that Ideal? There arena! reasons, 1 Insisted, for keeping that constitution locked m i ll —what with itflexibility and elastic clauses and reserved i bill of rights, what with itforeign notions about habeas nm bail and imprisonment, what with all ol itconfusing detaikll bust ut Issues which, if respected, could bring nothing binrkul Afterall, I -aid. we have duly sleeted officia hi.. intheeu wisdom, must do things pa they ace fit. Take a judge, i (,|[^ illustration He has a perfect right to f n t against individuali who want to be just that individual.. c_ ia basic American principle. I reminded him and a jurisehaa] path open to him than to protect and defend this principle • • • • AND WHEN A JUDGE SUGGESTS that lie will keepoai reive measures" even it he meetwith opposition from a 1 lectuali and soft-headed college professors, why he iictmj noblest tradition o| our nation. In addition he In-comes a 1 ample o| ragged individualism through the bask Amencaa | of conformity He iinstantly beset with civic ..ward-, COB plaUM and the possibility of national heroi-m 1 offered mj interlocutor another example Tain a mayor.I should certainly be within his province to urge depriving tie I property and pursuit of happiness to individualwho in-istupaal ing about constitutional rightand the like I implored htm to consider the danger in any practice I upsetting basic American conformity and to plan hifaith < our duly elected officials But this fellow warather -tubbonal viewHe %  aopposed to subvcr-iw •as 1 in he -aid. but I li it thai the battle against them would be carried out framework "f our constitution See here, I told him. that's an antiquated vies — at leasttai old, and no MM can-to remember the TTumai adrmm-tratanai munism, corruption and Korea Marburv vDidn'l John Marshall do thingahe taw fit? And the next t I !>K watrying to revitalize the "Nine Old M"stall packing plan That is what the constitution brought upon the*i a whole bunch 'it intellectualand --:'headed wlarf lessors trying to destroy a basic American pi ncipl< cnioragj IT'S A GOOD THING. I TOLD HIM, that we'rt tinprinciple through eonunltteea of Inquiry into the private I beliefs of people Unfortunately, tome innocent individuality but the guilt) oneare unquestionably cxtirp Tinfellow agreed for the fir-t time but immediately I short sighted again arisen he argued that the basis ol democracy" respect lor the divergent opinions of the few That is I principle, be said; the majority can always protect it-t-iHroat Well, I said, perhaps so. But if everyom adhere-to %  American principle of eooiormky, there can [ ibilitjs. genl opinion, and the whole problem would thus tall Itsf Wa parted on thoroughly mutually auspicious term-, ar(yM n gardlng each other across our shoulders. I certainly consiosT communist, especially since I thought I heard him mutterings about fascism Israel Set on Stimulating Tourism; $800,000 Spent in Hotels April; INSIDE ISRAEL: Israel is dethe fact thai the price lermined to attract mere tourists and board at the A****^ from ih,United States Although ranged ft am statistic! on expenditures bj tour-1 tha tecon 3 Ista in Israel base not rat beeai and in the third c hat saw] compiled for tins sumnMr season,! The alow i -in-' %  *' it baa been established that tour an added ll| -l >' |, '' ,n m l jV isan baa made a relatively main ready aorefully trite tm contribution to the co si ntry 'i assess: Despite tin abolHH" ^,,^'"" ; ; ,h .", UWtaU 5^ n hotel n ••!-..he hot*. .VHHI.IXH) on hotel accommodation.. .... When 1 during the months „i Aprti-June.H" ""'" ,.,, k ol the tourist season The •* %  reenoved, v ten fir-t .lass hotels in Israel were agreed nol I rai* P"^! eeaepelledi loaokMj Tinatree*"] in costprompted b) i dad" l 0 occupied onl) to4 peresed of their \pril. which is the adini tiiiin-t month During the taaae inoath, the 41 second


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NOVEMBER 5. 1954 +Je*teLQcridiati PAGE 3B Biscayne Jews Unite To Meet Needs Of Their Young Floridi*" Feavbaw [ Jewish families hsrtra or form ihe Key Biscayne Legation. "The prinei[m was one involving our explained Mrs. Mac Se selvc.s. really ns *?1rawirs. with l,ui ih holidays and festivals ol other suiting the classified directory faiths." The black, Infant kitten soon proved invaluab darted across her lap. Mrs. Segal u,.,. M, %  caught II and car, i „. ,,„ "' Gr sealed, they •That alone, we thought, would """"•'" l ll "' Bureau ol Jewish give our youngsters their first Education in Miami Louis Schkrm-eyed, dark-haired [nan who, until last week. temporal 1 ) president of Igation. I in her pleasant living, held the silent attention a ll son and an infant kit .,,.. ., matter of belongf a feeling of belonging," %  sized "We could sea our I in different dlreevr Ihem as they stood i, (he other non-Jewish p „ ihr island leaving for activities at Key Bis Immunity Church or St. Iholic Church," Mr.-j. ^>u major ihara In Jewish tradition.' wstanan, executive director, disyne is a relatively new I I -iime 1.00() famfcud in Biscayna Bay off awaj No, 1. five months ago, Mrs Se75 VYoodcrest rcl *pearI m ovi i" organise th 37 ImilieAll of the women Ij home," she explained, •icntal purpose of n^ ourselves in matters to Judaism, We felt this kquisile in attaining our [goal that 0 The following month the women brought their husband(,, an or ganizational meet at Biscayne Fellowship Mall of Ihe Key Biscayne Community Church. With Mrs Se gal named temporary president, other officerincluded the Me: dames Herbert A Kuvin. 520 Harbor dr.. vice president; Hurra) I. Krell, 561 Warren In. treasurer; and Harold Kufeld, 205 West Enid dr., secretary. "Our first move was to form a regular Sunday school Hid we also had m mind organizing ourselves into a congregation prepared to celebrate the coming High Holy Days." This meant setting up com mittees for instruction on methods of preparing for the observances, Mrs Segal explained. Appointed chairman of the Sunday school committee was Mrs Arthur I. Gray, of 301 Mclntire dr an attractive blond-headed woman "whose enthusiasm and conscientiousness eminently qualified her for the post." Smiling gayly at her word portrait. Mrs. Cray remarked that the group's first move was to f educating set outside guidance. Simple expedient of conschool next year. And the Plaj house is perfect; the facilities ara ealed down to children's needs Meanwhile, a recent fund raising card party and luncheon was held at the home ot MrNathan Schaen, 402 Warren In., with the participation of main Key Biscayne women, including a food number of th" Catholic and Protestant faiths, according to Mrs. Segal, "who have been extremely sympathetic in helping launch the Key Jewish < longregation." functions have since included the building of a Sukkah at the home of Mr. and MrHarry Bazen, 088 Pernwood id., and the sponsoring of Sukkoth festivals there, and a recent Bar-B-Cue under congregational sponsorship atthe home of Mr. and Mrs MortiJewish tradition, holidays, langu-lmer Pried, 960 Allendale'rd. age, customs and instruction. Mrs. In addition, the active congregaSegal explained that Herbert Bertion gave $20 to the local March of ger. Bureau extension activities director, lectured to the congregation on the significance of Rosh Hashona and Y o in Kippur and on methods of preparing for the High Holy Days By that time, the Sunday school was a reality Meeting at Little Island Playhouse too East Heather dr., the school holds classes from th th • in wlj i irmed • on lh • difficulties involved i Sundaj school and sugge ted alternative pos abilities "i sending Kej Biscayne children to established religious schools in 'he Miami area if the difficulties Blscaynt proved overwhelms Other "But H %  were determined," Mrs Graj said, "to have a congrega tion oi our own The Bureau subsequently sent information to con gregation leaders in the form ol pamphlets, film strips and other I and oral aids dealing with rn in these matters. anted them to be able to intelligently their own Mo know anil understand kt simpl) to identify themWe went to the University of Miami, and they confessed they didn't know how wo might begin, Most of us had not been identified with the Jewish community before. Dimes campaign in the name of the congregation. But Key Biscayne Jewish lead ers now look forward to the young congregation's future and the role it will play in the Greater Miami Jewish community. "We went to Efraim Gale, director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community (en ter," Mrs. Segal said, "and asked 10 to 11:30 am for nursery age him what wo might do to bridge the children, with the curriculum map-1 gap between us. Everybody has ped out by the Bureau of Jewish been very helpful. Actually, we Education. Appointed teacher was are still working on our charter. Mrs. Boris Hackovsky. wife of Rahand some of our plans are way In Boris Rackovsky, Miami spiritual leader. Mrs. Gray explained that "we are now planning for a first grade to be added to the ahead of our means to implement them.'" The transition to permanence was made last week, with the olec Pates in the Expanding Miami Jewish Community HolomcJ Mr*. Krtll Herbert I. Hooiwin new president tion of full term officers. Named president was Herbert J. Hoodwin, of 140 Btittonwood dr Mr-. Segal inow vice president. Mrs. Sam Malamed, 512 Ridgewood rd., | shares the vice presidential post with her. Retaining their offices BS secretary and treasurer are Mrs. Kufeld and MrKrell, respectively. I. (ailing a committee to iron out jthe remaining difficulties attenj dant to drawing up a charter is | Mortimer Fried. Other committee | heads include Frank Marder, 455 Ridgewood rd.. program; Mrs. Armand Davis and Mrs. Melvin Epstein, social: and Mrs. Krell, fund raising. Thus. 37 families in an island community now forge the road ahead in the matter of establishing a center for Jewish activity and education. Their leaderknowthat Key Biscayne Jewish Congregation have many difficult ol stades to surmount. But they also know the effort they are expending is worth it As Mrs. Segal laid again: "We must reeducate ourselves in Judabe Isolated—so that they should im so that our children should not have a feeling of belonging, TH # Sholem Asch Finds Hard Times |RS TO MY DAUGHTER: mory of My Brother Molim of Teutonic Tyranny. kbert D. Runes. 131 pp. pical Library, New York. Mj Daughter." by Da R II ia companion Dr Ru ii other slim volfctter to My Son." This |ly printed book, it must ^fortunately suffers from displayed by his earlier |ium ot epistles in a aimmeant to express the of Lord Chesterfield, ime has failed. If Dr. ended that his maxim-wis lid take up where de La Jcauld left off, he is again difficulty. Hstolary form of philosopmination is doubtful at I 'he author of "Letters to ghter" made things even Sen ho refrained from lim1 horizon. Thus, Dr. Runes' F*nge from discussions on I generally, Judaism speci|rt and science through lalysis. [eftnri. therefore, to show understanding, he plants fcader suspicions regarding [red limitations. Principal Tnes is bent on developing ry tone of the ancient Prophet-. Peppering his observa tions with reference-, never prop erly annotated, to distinguished secular and accepted religious writ ings. be seekthe lilt ol prophecy hut fails to indulge the reader's credulity. A Doctor of Philosophy from the University ol Vienna, I>r. Kunes shows none of the objective reality that a man of his academic stature should display. Thus, his letters relating to abstract art and InM triolic attack against psychoanalysts and Dr. Sigmund Freudwhom he has characterized through con venient quotes as "just a dirty old man" and "a muddleheaded Viennese doctor" — bespeak simple prejudice rather than a profound vision of twentieth century thought. Dr. Runes concludes "Letters to My Daughter" with a dictionary of definitions, none of which manifest the love of man upon which he spends so much time as a concept in the preceding pages of the book Relating his understanding of man to a sociologic view of "Race," the author writes: "From Cathay to the Gaelic lands, from the Baltics to the African desert, man has sailed a hundred times and mingled in marriage, rape and concubinage with neither discrimination nor disdain." This sort of cynicism sounds a note such as can never be found in the music of the Prophets. By NATHAN ZIPRIN Sholem Asch, wh S6 relations with Jtwrj and Judaism have been somewh .' more than shadows since his embarking on Christdlogical themes, \i known to be shedding copii 0 tearover hidistress. But the Impression persists that his dis tress stems more i:om the elusive Nobel Prize tor Literature than from unaccepted repentance, as he claims in a recent interview with: Leon Feldberg, editor ol the South African Jewish Times. The thesis of the interview iwith Asch doing all the talking that Jewish irreligious and athei stic intellectualhad set up a howl against him not to get him "to re pent" but t" drive him from the Jewish midst in order "to be able to point the finger of scorn" at him and say they had boon right when they stamped him an apostate and reneuade Referring to what he calls "the storm against me in gome Jewish quarters." Asch asks: "Is it not strange that it comes mainly not from r.digious Jews, but from Jews who are far from Jewish religious belief?" Isn't it rather odd for Asch to complain that the Godless intellect uals aren't interested in having him repent? If he felt no need for repentance why is he so sensitive about it? Nor is Asch the naive man he wants to appear when he piouslv speculates why ho is so hounded by the Godless As an ar,i,t he must have fully realized that his new thematic well would face scrutiny by all who are attracted to the Jewish canvass, not the religious alone. How true is it that the storm against Asch stems mainly from the irreligious? An item on my desk tells me that the Tifereth Zvi synagogue in T I Aviv refused to sell an alyah to its distinguished visitor despite his tempting offer ol J"i(i poundlor the honor of being called to the reading of tha Law on Yom Kippur. In fact the gab bairn of the synagogue refust I to sell him a ticket, s signing him a tree P< though others wishing to attend the services were less tortu nate. sholem Asch, the story relates, was ignored by the worship pera and the host of writers, artists and journalists who attended the services. In a letter to one of Tel Aviv's dailies, \ ich denied he soughl to buy an alyah. but hidenial met with rebuttal by the newspi p< ,, statement that it had receit i letter from a member of the syni gogue board confirming the st Ri jection oi Vsch's bid for an alyah isaid ''I have received wide approval in Israel among all ci %  religious and otherwise. There ino challengin Vs h right to write as he pleases and to boose whatever theme insp i him. But not even so astute an artist aAsch van balance himsell between tWO distant hearths of the kind from which he seems to be seeking simultaneous warmth without arising suspicion that his salvation may rest elsewhere. Top Jewish Boxer Looms on Horizon; Scores Noted Wins By BILL WOLF JTA There's a new celebrity added to the list of Jewish atWetic stars. He's Robert Cohen, outstanding French bantamweight fighter. Cohen captured the world's ban tamweight crown with his recent victory in Thailand over Chamrern Songkitrat. As could be expected, immediate attempts were made to have Cohen fight in the United States. Dates advanced for the fight were either Dec. 1 or Jan. 1, a matter which remained to be settled. This will be a major event, since it has been some time since a Jewish fighter assumed such an important role in the ring. At one time boxing had many Jewish stalwarts, but gradually fewer Jewish athletes found the ring an attractive proposition. Great things can be expected of Cohen in the future, according to the view of many fans. He has been on a steady climb, and his recent triumph climaxes the international attention he has been receiving in recent months. The match which won Cohen the title is a story in itself. It was the kind of thing a script writer might have dreamed up. Before some 60,000 fight fans, which is a tremendous boxing crowd in any part of the world, the two fighters slammed it out with each other. In the fifth round Cohen injured his hand, and it was amazing that he was able to continue so brilliantly.



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e\wiislh-IEI|iDSPidlitayR Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lumber 44 ,rn Home Kmpty-Handed ,rs Disappointed by e of Dulles Meeting MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS TA) — A delegamajor United tanizations, which jhington last week >f State John Fosss American Midirturned to New led. .of the delegation |ir disappointment protest meet inn Hi' auspices of the Committee for American to make pledges to I*rael and not to keep them It exposes Israel to Arab attack on all sides and provides arms only for aggressors. It isolates the State "I Israel from the defense of the region. It leaves Israel without the genuine sponsorship of the Western Powers and beclouds its credentials in the United Nation, By Heiman is Named Chairman Of Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign in Greater Miami Sam J. Heiman, vice president and secretary of "One Hour Valet, Incorporated." and well-known civic worker, has been selected to lead the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, it was revealed late this week by Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami the silence and support of our gov-; j ewign Federation. new chairernment. the cold war' of the Arab states Is established as legitimate a procedure to which no objection can be raise,!, and a hot w.ir ibe in^ stoked with America's fuel. %  v ...list such .' policj Mr LipMiddle East reg%  kJ' concluded, "we declare our Its He eharged protest as Americans and as Jews we urge ih it a reappraisal ol p %  litical values be in li i n, that %  •il t'i tn t place in our progi am, thai i srael ed equal status in the re its deft nses and t r:..t our prevailing policy be reconsidered from its upward [or the sake "i Amer ican presti American interests, for the sake ol peace in the Continued on Page 11 A in of the leaders severely criticiziin for excludBtenl officials ap forms and is It i i he press adIt Dl the Arab it also gave the in c ant silence to lander and libel I intrigue carried ipiv-ontatives In |n, I 'an"o and the [r Lipaky charguiiniliations and jns ,.f proferred ed with deadpan owe no duty satisfaction the m< i ican dlplomit isubmitted l la not becoming locraej ol our pn-i nt Amerird to Israel r on you to fill in certain dangerous vacu Continued on Page UA lam sure that he will have the full lima which now exist in several strategic areas of the globe. The Administration's sound strategic j effort to establish such a southern frontier against Communism has. I however, as you know, been dis| torted and misinterpreted by some partisan sources." Arguing that "the Elsenhower Administration has spoken with i commendable frankness and sincerity on 'his Middle Bwrtern issue. Sen. Wiley added: "Dwight Eisenh iwer and John Foster Dulles have acted in an open and above board manner. which is refreshing change from certain past Democra tic practices down hit The Republican Part) is "definitely and enthusiastically" commit SJ. n Heiman urges support benefit of your wondeiful cooperation in the big job that lies ahead for all of il-." The campaign planning committee deliberate d onlj a -hort time Ho reach its decision because oi the tremendous popularity of the new chairman. Planning committee I meetings were held under the direction Of last year'.campaign Chairman Aaron M. Kanner — a pioneer worker in Federation— wh i was responsible for enrolling lb.man aB volunteer worker many years ago. Accepting the post aleader of Greater Miami's major fund raising activity. Heiman said: "This is an honor and responsibility. And I ^ry"ur U partVipation. and Pledge with all my heart and with Continued on Page 2 A WASHINGTON tJTAl Many if not all Of the Na/i war criminals still in American custody may be released ahead of the expiration of their sentences as a result of the ., ;recments just concluded by Secretary ol S at %  J" hn Foster Dulles for a sovereign and armed West Germany. This was learned here from government sources who revealed also unity Chest in High Gear 55 Community id into high^ [ a lockoff dinner •trace hotel, tra B> I.eiinar 1 AbeSS fceh Meyer an in\ itation to iving for 22 Maxe and youth i tion to National Jiami community record-breaking er of a few hours. Chest goal of ut seven pe"rcent be total contributed by the top givers was more than \2 percent over the amount raised at the same meeting last y< B Hiram r.lakey. presi lent I e-ter R Barnhlll, campaign chairman, explained 'he ne eraoi sue ,,. and confidence In the elusion ol the current canBernhUI paid special tribute to the leaders of the last five !*•-; those presidents who have guided Dade's Red Feather campaign to top rank in the nation Those honored were James l Keller. Jr.. l*onard Abess Sam H. MVCormick, Daniel J. Mahoney and Joe Brock. Also paying tribute to these lead ,,,., ,, we u as to all workers in the past successful campaigns were Dr. Ih McFarlan > i ,;i ational I i General Motor.-. Mc Gregor Smith, board chairman ol Florida Power Light Co.; and ;• il Fite, F. P. ft 1president Top contributors thuafar have in !eluded Burdines, S18.000; Miami Herald, S13.000. plus 52.750 from WQAM; Daily News and WIOD. S9.500; Southern Bell Telephone, $10,000; Food Fair and Carls Markets, $9,630; Maule Industries, Continued en Page 2 A that the United States will no longpend upon the Chancellor's sucer be permitted to arrest German cess. The tone in West Germanysubjects in Germany even if the is to boycott the pact unless the subjects are dangerous Nazis who war criminals are freed, no matter participated In crimes against hu what the charges against them are. inanity. — • — The West German Government has sought for some time to effect the relea-e oi the Nazi war criminalheld in 0 S. custody at Landsberg. Chancellor Konrad Adenauer stressed this to Secretary of State Dulles on a number of occasions. On April 9. 1953, the State De;> i••!••!, nt Issued a communique reporting on Dr. Adenauers talks with Mr. Dulles and President Eisenhower. This communique Ihc Chancellor raised ths I war criminals" and the i ted States agreed to "re-examine tlv status of these prisoners' and "look forward to the possible adoption of new review procedures with German participation." Unusually reliable sourceIII Wa-hington, close to the Administration and to the President whom Mr. Adenauer continues to I urge that the prisoners be released, j indicated this week that West Ger1 many's future in the new European defense community may well deKonrad Adenauer perSMOtive diplomat



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>AY, NOVEMBER 5, ISS4 LEGAL NOTICE ^J^IstfhrHian Lri,-K Is, IlKKKHY GIVEN ll.at llllfttlft name of f,i ^ CNCIKS K at i i nam. -HM f Cir nil Court ..f D L |.|(j.N ITORB and Vl.iNATORE, HI. Wife %  *.,, inti real .i-n ,M FLORENTINE and W>HKNTINK, HU Wife x A K U'l.AN r .„ Applicant! INOTIC£ UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,,TICI: IS HKREBY GIVEN thai I dealiina ... anew n L"" ,,,,.!. i the rictltloui nam. ol 1 MIAN MoTKI.. >l I80J Dade County, HI. „,( |o reltlatei s..iP MR CASUAL, at w. intanda to reflate! ih the Clerk of the ClrCouri i.... i County! Florida lOHN'NY HiiWAIil:. INC. II .11-19 ^ INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW InTl'V IS HEREBY GIVEN thai .i.-i: Ing to encase In L r|rr thr fiftltloiiM nama >.' dTl i'-> HoMES, I •;i Giralda Ave., i ,; iw, %  Fla Intend to i eclat, i Ith the i 'l.rk of the 'li %  I'.I.I. I bounty, Florida. Midi \I:I, cm.I. Aimi.l.KTTA iM\l:l.i:s TRMI.AK >l< l. i:\l.\i: • LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES' COIIBT MOECOUN & FCoR C .D U A nT RK: KrrTATK OK^' A NATHAN IIOKV i •, NOT C OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLfCATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE and thai ..ii the ; ith %  \ ;:;:r. v ;;,.: i rial .ii har %  | | C^ARAHORN I.,., %  %  of N ITMAN Holt ... i HJl dnj ol th iob. KOVNBR ., MANN HEI t MER liS fcVfcTEV' ,•': PAGE 11 BLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS • i ner : %  H %  ,,,„.. I,,,., ,.,, Nl VRTI.N .IAI'I-I: KF.KM.ER GARK M|i ,t ii Flaalei St. %  NOTICE OF APPLICATION r „ /OR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of m File A-18M0 NOT F k CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW r iHEREBY GIVEN that .:• slrlna t>. enj ... fi tuioui i \i.\\ %  > %  : AK. il S4M S W • Mi., II I % %  : Ida, Int. nda t" .• u ith the i 'l. ik ..r %  : I >.. il'N-WEAR, INC., i %  on -. :< %  ,,w ner ( M \\i.i.i:i! A ... ii,.. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HKREBY GIVEN that pairing t<> ngace I l %  the flrtli i-II.*name iN S SERVII 'Ii STATH IN, | v %  .. n ... Ml. HIM. Put fci mid name with the k 'li %  uit .' %  |l.: \i TI I Int. Utr I I I CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW K IS HEREBY QIVEN that I • %  iRinal Anaa • r In the f f clerk of tiu~ Court on ay ..( Nov bet I the Complaint for \ fore filed .I-M Inal you • nfeaai .1 b) you p..'.-'i .ii \i ami Florida, thb lth | of Octohf r, iv. i. i H LEATHERMAN, 1 %  k, cirruil Court "f i '...I.. County, i-iiii Ida IJ JOAN COfRNi IYER Deputy Clerk I Idrt-aa ..f I '• Mtorne) : •KUAN M LYONS I"'' 1 -' Hulldlng • \t J-7.^t. E CIR CUIT COURT OF THE K VE r NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN eu FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORli'iv N CH *NCERY. No. 173S53 r 'l.-^ II EN, Plaintiff n: LJ!J x '"HEM Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION >IN MIN CH"EN Str.-.t • N .'>V..ik. Now Y..ik. 1 \ IK HEREBY NOTIPIBTD "''' nplalnl fot Divot ce I I ani.itml you in the above •'-• %  and you are harab) „ ,'' %  erve ,. copj ..r your Ann1 • ui ol Complaint on Plataauorn. \-. and file the orUflnal L '"}<' of the Clerk ..r the firIV -rt, on ... before the -nh da) '.I; otherwlae, %  Deii" onfeaao will i... entered • "hall be puUlahed oaea TH*IL-I.'-'I f ." l "-oanecutlve wreekii .,,.'. ".'"'Sll |-!."ltll.lAN. a i ,,' M, nl. n.'rlda. thia Mth E I.KATHKRMAN, Jerk, Clrrull Court Uy It M HAWKINS ll.l i IT [>•• ,,, Drpuly Clerk |::-''.'8' ; v i 1 J ; l 1 l ?'"' Mtam '. "ori KRDKRKH Florida, ih2lal das of Ortobei A.D •. i E B I.I:\ Till UMAX. Clerk, I'ir.uii Court, I %  i. • B R M HAW KINS (Clrrult Court Seal) Deputy t 'lei k HENRY M CAIN Attornej for Plaintiff %  • %  PI %  st M tml, l-'li. l" ."' n a.12-19 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 25067 Pi: ESTATE OF" IM'K M HRAIIA.MS. Dereaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereb) riven that l have filed my final reporl and petition for F'lnal DlacharBa as Curator and Exe. ntrix of the eatate of JACK M. BRAHAM8, deceased; and that on the 10th .lay ..f November, \tU, will apph t.' the Hoaorable \v K PLANTON. Count) .luda. ..f Hade County. l-'l.wi.la. f..r approval oif aald (in..I report and for final dlacharaje ai Curator and K\...'iittl\ of the Eatate of JACK M. BRAHAMS, dereaaed. This 2iih day ..f ictober, 1954. MARY It BRAHAMS Curator and Exerutrlx BERICK, SHAPIRO A PRIED Attorneyi for Curatoi and Executrix 10 -".• li B-1J-H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173693 AUDREY IIAI.I.. Plaintiff. VS. JOHN HAI.I.. Defendanl NOTICE TO APPEAR You, John Hall, General rv Yaeftar, Kentucky, are herebj notified tli.it a .-uit foi d fill .I acainat you and >ou ire e.l ta aerve a ...|.\ of Plaintiff's attorney, *' [ KENT LCOGAGE. Hi IS N.E Znd Avenue, Intends to reliefer "aid nam. with tinClerk of the Circuit Court • %  < Dado County, Florida .MIAMI TRI N'K \M' BAG COMPANY — I" 1 ". by: STAN i I V IIAI.I. MAN. Pi,.d< nl by: ROBERT I I.KWISO.N, s. etar> ROBERT J. l.KWis.'N Attorney fpr Miami Trunk and I to/ij-M — ii '"'-iTN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30619 B RE: KSTATI: OP MICHAEL HELI.KR. I>e.eaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE iherebj %  %  • ,: •*.*• tiled mi no..I report and petition tor Final Idli in I ^"l 1 "!!?, !jf?*i. the eMa.e of Mh'MAI I. Il.l.ll.r., .., mbi i l( "•i" HPIII> '" Hill"'i"ahle K1LVNK 11 IHV.IJNn ountv Jadce of i'.'.i. County, Florida, to approval of aald fin..! reporl and r '.,,., I ,11 a. I,HIK< a" A.lniiliislri the Eauteof Michael Hell. Thia Bad ...., ';; i ,i l "; n .J,: i :, ;K KiiVXKII UANNHEIMBR Attorney for Adn.iniatratrlx io/r> ii/5-il-n %  I %  i .i... lo-tvll 1...1 ... p.i.., k i-:. Pulford Bj The 2 v K Plat II .. pue -'• %  '' "." Cltj ..( North Vlian i;;-a. h i ount) ,.f |..„i... state ..f r k,i 1.1.. The aaaeaamenl ..f aald property une aald uertificate araa In the name of SAMUEL M NOECKER, L'nleai -..id certlfl. ate .-hall i„ re''"'"•' l according to law, th. prop, erly deacrtbed herein ili be -..Id t.. the liith.-.-t 1,1,1,1,., a t ,(„. ,-,,„,, door .n the flral Mondas In the month ';' December, 1954, which ill i OJO ..t Dei ember, 19S4. 1 %  ''' 'I 'I. -' th .lai ,,f ictober 1954 P B L.EATHERMAN, lerk of 'li ill '..iirt, Hade County, Florida B) \ c, 8TERRETT. I In uit ..int Real) tj clerk %  -"' ll J-12-19 N TH E r, C0U NTY EDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33570 In Re ESTATE '1 JENNIF: SH ERMAN, Dei %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor) and All IN raona HavInj Claim oi I lemanda Aaainal Said You, and h ol %  ind %  %  quired to | lalina and demand. hlch you, or either of ) ,\. anaint I I of JENNIE SHERMAN, de• a.-. .1 late of i.. t.. the Honorable Count) I lade i 'ount). and flli %  %  i |i %  : il ad11:..--. i I prea. nt. i ill be bat i. .1 the 194a I \v\ %  El'GENE I H Aa Ad JENNIE SHERMAN, %  P. :".• — : I 5-12-19 LEGAL N OTICE NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARfMERSHIP The partneraKip .oiialaiinK ..f ll i oanvin, I.. ... %  l:..-, i,|„un /: Mlt i %  %  '"' E PtaKler St., Miami, has %  .-•ii dtaaolved awl the aft I....H Roaenberi and Sophie Blaual. In longel ,,n„. ,i,.,| ui,|, ,,,,. |, u ,|. ind iir not be reaponalble t..i • I b) .-..i.i omiH.it) %  i NOTICE UNDER FICTTfToUS NAME LAW riCK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai d. uml. < in., i MI'l-.w \I.K BAR fi %  \I-K. „, |6I3 %  N ."n SI Int. ii.iIn reglater -.ml Ih the Clerk of the I ol I lade i'. .HUM FVn da ,.,. „ ,,, JACK i:. i. VMB KF.SSU l: A a \i:s tppllcant W I laalei s, %  -!•. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underabrned, dealring t,, engage In i. i-in.-. under the flctltloui name ..i API." MARKET, at 924 Ti-t Htreel .Miami Beach, Florida, Intend t" reglaaid name with the Clerk "f the Court ..f Dade Countv, Plm Ida BERNARD R. .;i 'I.I IRNOEH A JJS R, ?y ESTHER GOLDF1NGER MARK SIL.VERSTEIN for AIM '-'" Uncoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha 1 •• -%  -* — ll 5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the iin.l.-i -iui ed, dealt buaineaa under the fictitloua name of SID'S BAR, ..t 2729 S.W -th Int. II.I ... reglalet an Id nam. with the Clerk of th. Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY MEDNICK BL'ZANNE MEDNICK MARX PABER Attorney for Applicant! Congreu Bldg. I0/22-2B — 11 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, dealring to pngag. n buaineaa under the fictitloua name of M \ W TAVERN, ..t 12304 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami. Dade County, Florida, Intendi ater aald name Hh the Clerk "f the Circuit Court .>f Dad. County, l'|. I It. HERZ.Hl WINIPRED HERZOO HENRT M CAIN Attorne) for Applicant! :.]s \\Flag), r st Miami, I 11, |0 tS —11 5-18-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173745 STEPHEN E. PISHER and JEANNE FISHER, his if... Plalntlffa, vs. MRS I i: BATTEN8BT, a widow, | and if married, her huaband whoae name Iunknown, and lii'iil AiP.n. alngle, and if married, I. wife, whoae name is unknown, • t .. i i lefendanta. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: .MRS .1 E BATTENKBY, B widow, and |f married, her huaband, whoae nam.. is unknown, Addreaa Pnknown, HPGH AIRD, single, and if married, inu it'.-, who-., name la unknown, Addr. --• Pnknown, And ais,. all unknown !• %  heln %  • gt..nt,. -. .,.Blgneea, ilenora, rredltoi %  I or any other clain la lining bj thi ough, under or agi %  bove nam...I i.%  ly be .1. ad and • know n to I-, dead or allv. And .ii-.. all unknow n pet i 11. fendII.i\ ing or 'i.iImfng right, %  %  ntereal In or t" pi operty \n\ >.iv •-.! In this and ......'i. .1. -, Y' ii ARE ni:i:i:i'.v N" 'ill-11 :i %  to %  %  ... I M.ICounty, Florida, on t he 29th da> of \..\ ii I., r. 1'. .. rltti n pi. •.. an ... tlon t" quiet and conl rm : i IUM\ al of 11.-ii ft ..in. the following deacrtbed property, ami other relief l...t 52, ..'' THIRD ADDITION TO PINEHCRST XII.I.A. a, oording t" the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 6, at Page Pi!, of the Public Record! "f i lade County, i lortda; aabove atyled, and to serve a copv within the time net forth above, upon s PlanRoaa, Attorney for the Plaintiffs. 1207 Biacayne Building, Miami. Florida, in default of which a Decree Pro Confeaao ma) be entered agalnal you Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this. 17th day of OctObet All 1954. E, P. I.i:\THKP.M AN. Clerk, ci,, uit Court of Dade countv. Florida By WM. W, STUCK INC Deputy Clerk, |.i ."> — 11 5-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN I AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-j IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 173202! l:\V\li.\li .• COOK and I.. iRi ITHK \ I" M'l.l.Ni: IK, Ins w Ife, l EVELYN M TRACY, el %  l lefendanta. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl '. Ev. 1> II M I '' %  "ami.' if mat rle.l, Thomaa Kli b) her huaband, and If %  married, then known U! Mis. 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>AY. NOVEMBER 5, 1954 forkmen's Circle President Jack *Jmisti ftoJbn PAGE 9 B I Noted Philanthropist i 'Cardiac Capers' Slated [uckerman to TWWMMT^ %  -HI siiiiui •> niui ............. ..._J %  .nrs. .)< ss npiier, til( recently elected president L tll National Fraternal Order f hl Workmen's circle, Jack krmai! Zuckw ll vigil Miami next week. ., a | functions have been aran'.Ml :n hi* honor by the three c ii branches. Womea'a Clubs ,d both I >• I'eretz Yiddish EbooU Zuckerman is a member of jram-h 1001, pioneer in the Young tale Leagaa and the E-S branchformer chairman of the nationorganization committee, several %  jges ill"' chairman of the E-S city Mimittee "f New York and an Itstanding personality in the Workmen's Circle youth movement •,,m itearliest days. Hi' was the first chief advisor of he intermediate section, first .'' youth member to serve as chair>w nan ol the New York City youth > ommitt'i' and the first* E-S raemcr in serve as chairman of the naj.,11,,. organisation committee. Now 4" years of age, Zuckerman | a> served in a number of profeslinn.il capacities outside of the Forkmen's Circle. He is presently lenitive director and chief coun[| o| the National Desertion Burand was formerly administrate welfare <>f New York City. He la pairman of the social service di .urn ol the Federation of Jewkh Philantropies, a member of the nmnnttee mi legislative informa|i.n ol the National Community Jutk T. Zuckerman Advisory Council, member of the national executive committee of the Jewish Labor Committee, chair man of the legislative committee of the American Association of Social Workers and active in the New assistant to the commissioner York County Lawyers' Association. From 1943-1949, Zuckerman served on the national council of the Jewish Welfare Board, has been a member of the board of directors of the Brooklyn Jewish Community Council since 1951 and served in New York city on the lorth Shore Center lonors New Members The 'inter social hall was the run ol a regular membership i nt the North Shore Jew* |h Center on Monday, reported zra Finegold, president. Highlighting the evening was the servation of a cantata, "In [toily There is Faith," written by kabbi Mayer Abramowitz, with kntor Edward Klein participating. Special tribute was paid to the lore than 100 new families who lave affiliated with the Center this fi-.ii Another feature of the program the special recognition paid to blunteer memberi of the Center thnir (liltwere presented to Mrs. lynin Mpert, Sam Jaffee, Paul pesSydney Stanley and Judge lllil MrTheodore R. Nelson. ol some 2000 persons attended fu-. neral services' here for Morris S. 1 Shapiro, noted philanthropist and communal leader who died at home %  I the age of 68. Active pall bearers Included officials ol Brandeis t Diversity, of which Mr Shapiro was a trustee and founder Joining them were Combined Jewish Appeal and Zionist leaders Mr Shapiro was a CJA vice president and long active in the ZOA. Classes at Brandeis University were halted at 2 p.m.. time of the funeral services, for a moment's silence in respect to the deceased benefactor of the school. The uni Vtnity had conlerred the Doctor of Humane Letters on Mr. Sha[piro during June, 1954 commencement exercises. He was treasurer of the Tri I mount Clothing Company here and a prominent figure in Jewish philanthropies for over three decades Mr. Shapiro was a trustee of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies, Beth Israel Hospital and the Jewish Community Center of Brookline. A lifelong Zionist, he was a leader in the Histadrut Labor movement and founder and chairman of itBusiness Men s Council. Mr. Shapiro was a close friend of David Ben Curion, former Prime Minister of Israel, and Golds Myenon, secretary of Labor. In 1950. he led a fjroup of American industrialists to an economic conference in Jerusalem at which he proposed Spirer. membership chairman of the Miami Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Hospital, this week revealed that the eighth annual membership tea of tiie organisation will be held on Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 9. 1:30 p.m., at Melvin Cohen Hall, 4250 West Flagler rt, Assisting Mrs. Spirer will be Mrs. Max Friedson, refreshment chairman, and Mrs. Harry Hacker, hospitality chairman. Mrs. Jess Glance, president, will welcome guests, together with Mrs. Harold Druker, program chairman, in charge of a musical skit. "Cardiac Capers," written by Mrs. Saul Van Zamft. Participating in the skit will be i the Mesdames Bea Sacher, Helen Hatz, Rose Weisman, Doris Raab, Hilda Bendel, Sarah Parnes. Evel>n Day, Roz Breton, Mae Kooey. Mrs. Spirer Mrs. Glance Hilda Maltea, Hazel Rappaporl and Ruth Druker. Directing are Mrs. David Parnes and Rox Breton. Mrs. Milton Coven will be accompanist. LEYI PLUMBING COMPANY "Established 2141 S.W3rd St. 1924" Call 9-1416 Miami Wholesale Corporation 120-6 Northeast 9th Street Miami 18, Florida Phone 3-8737 Fully Air Conditioned Ample Parking ] We Carry a Complete Line of Linens CANNON SHEETS BIANKETS T0WEIS BED PADS SPREADS DISH TOWEIS PIASTIC GOODS tar Hotel — Motel — Apartment House Mayors committee on aid to detha launching of the Israel Bond pendent children from 1950-1054. campaign in the United States Zuckerman will meet with the! Mr. Shapiro was named chairman English-speaking branch on Mon-1 of the Greater Boston campaign in day, Nov. 8. 8:30 p.m.. at the Town 1953. Lyceum, 1545 SVV 3rd St., and on | Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 8 p.m., with the entire Workmen'-Circle family at a reception at the Miami Beach Lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Chairman of the evening will be district secretary of the Southern States Joseph Duntov. Film on Children Jhown at Flagler Authors' Works To be Discussed A memorial will be held on Saturday, Nov. 6. 8 p.m., at Knesetfa Israel Congregation to honor the memory of Joseph Opatoshu. world famed Jewish novelist, and Dr. B. Hoffman-Zivion, dean oi Jewish journalist, who died recently. An appraisal ol the writerwill I he given by Dr, Alexander Muk'dnni. who will also preside, and by I Schwartz. Yiddish poet. Excerpts from their works will also be read. I ii Granada Jewish CommuHi liter held a regular general P on Thursday. Hie after school activities group 1 for a showing of the film. Sociable Sixes to the Noisy I Mrs Laura Ross, family and [iilil guidance councilor, was guest the group, Mrs. Ross who, is a 1 le of Columbia University Id ol the New York School of Sofcil Work, discussed the film and uwered questions. 'Games Night' Slated Masada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will be hosts to a •'Games Night" on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 8:30 p.m.. at the Shelborne hotel. Abe Schafer, pas) president of the district and auditor for the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America, will be in charge of the evening. He will be assisted by Archie Goodwin, Stanley Josowitz. Marcella Waldstein and Harriet Shure. Austrian Government Prepares Claims Document VIENNA (JTA>—A committee of Austrian Government officials is currently at work preparing a document on Austria's capabilities to meet the demands of the world Jewish organizations for restitution, including a lump sum settlement for heirless Jewish property, it was learned here. 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y NOVEMBER 5, 1954 +J**lshth>rkta%r) PAGE 5 A German Anti-Semites YORK Kxisti-nce of an or, propaganda tie-up between Lj leaders In Germany and lonal ;.n-1 Semites in the Jstatea was revealed here at Lcutive committee meeting ^Anti-Defamation League of frith. Uy Edward Schultz, the national chairman, adIhe opening session at the I M |asl week, said that I ..,, Mured in an ADL (,.,,, > efforts by NaziI elements in C.ermany, now J e heek bj the Adenauer gOVL, jo acquire support — in L HI Hollars —from |l,si movements and sympaL t hM, roups in the United study prepared by Forster, its civil rights di[noted thai the low caliber Ipropagandists drawn into Ivement on this ride of the Mhej are mostly well-known • Jj Semites, diseredpublic opinion and acceptI the lunatic fringe"— ^ substantial results n groups hoped to bj their propaganda \ %  ,.' the League reportend of the link inthan a score of men \ m the Hitler-era hier|l • m i Werner Naumann. %  • of Josef Goebrded as the leading politician in West Oerday. as the directing infillmda movement. |. Semitic pamphlets and n the stud) ri'vealed. are • d on an international •h principal centers in the i ermany and Argenie identified Frederick Weiss %  German alien liv%  "i itk as the local cleart i ii the traffic in neor nda ADL officials ih '\ would ask the t s. \Si rvice to investigate • itUS Ol Weiss and BOVhis associates in the light |r propa anda activities. ii-tare leaning on one key theme, the I thai of discrediting the [ %  000 leumurdered \. 'i ,i"a gross exaggera[ ibeing disseminated European and South i inti ies themes emphasised by Nazi line are accusations t.'i-ii "subterranean influlare working for world domand thai the Soviet revolup .c "Jewish plot themes," said the ADL ['embroidered for maximum I in the United States, have Iheir way in one torm or anIn.to the columns of the p.n hate press. In reverse. i ant i Semites are provid1 Nazi publications in (!er|*ith a continuous flow of I'l processed propaganda, a N-al of it derogatory of Amer|stitutiona League had previously proKih Luncheon in a -cries of luncheons to l>> the Sisterhood of Hiataml Springs Jewish Center k< place on Tuesday. Nov. 9. IP m. at the Center. Mrs. |leet Ichairman, and Mrs. Wine. Mrs. Gertrude Beck r> Betty Frank are co-chairje Tourney Due [> %  Club of Temple Israel. 137 st, will sponsor a master duplicate bridge tournament Naj night, Nov. 9. Play will Iprumptly at 8 p.m. in Kappj. Winning players will be id master points and prizes. M to tournament director %  reehling. te-ted the unwillingness of Arab govanunenta to gran) visas to Americans of Jewish faith in a re port on the Issue, Benjamin it Epstein, national director of the League, said that the probll m first arose when American contractors, engaged to build l s military has as in Saudi Arabia, were re | eii from hiring American engim ei or workmen who were Jewi h becau-e Saudi Arabia n In ed I hem visas. At that time. ADL protested the Inconsistency in r s policj which meant spending millionfor the defense of democracy abroad where discrimination against American Jews was the practice, Mr Epstein said. "The contractor-, too, weir compelled to violate the President's Executive Order on fair employment practices in government contracts Mr. Epstein said that this same Planning for a celebration of contruction progress of the new Temple Both Sholom building on Sunday evening are members of the campaign cabinet (seated, left to right) Sol S. Pine, Mrs. Loretta Katz, John Serbin. Ralph Spero, Mrs. Sol S. Pine, Mrs. Irvinq B. Kaplan and Mrs. Ruth Davis. Not shown are Mrs. Barry Cameron. Mrs. Ralph Ccbb, Mrs. Wolfie Cohen, Dr. Meyer I'.atz. Howard H. Miller, Morry B. Morris, Albert L. Rosen and Mrs. William Yanowitz. Standinq are Albert L. Rosen, Zachary F. Bailey. Abe Solosko. Max Weitz, Dr Norman J. Russ, Maury S. Glinick, Milton S. Malakoff and Howard Miller. Time for the "Construction Capers" is 8 p.m. pattern Of discrimination has exhad protested the inequality shown ; national law and practice. It is. of tended to Jordan. Iraq. Lebanon American citizens on religious coiir-e. a fundamental right of any rounds but —quoting the State Desovereign state to determine partmenfS reply—"It has had to he whether and upon what conditions he said, limited by considerations of interaliens may enter its territory.." and s> i ia The State Department AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! 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jVEMBER 5, 1954 jjJJen Attend Luncheon Meet; Stress Importance of CJA Zj^t+ttlrrHton K~rc • PAGE SB repre In the vanguard of the constant 1 fight against prejudice, bigotry 30Q women „, „f local and nationfr. heiinl Dr. Joseph j and anti Senutism. the league is v the idea of the joined by the American Jewish Committee and the Jewish War Veterans. According to Talianoff, ADL has been supplying the objective lacts to the American people and he is cnfi'<'ti 'hi' tHma -h -ducational and social legislation, prejudice a iK i bigotry is on the "way out. Heller. Commander for the State %  MR „V Jewish Federation [inciple f community DibUcal times. the all day session of to Know Your ComLhenn |>-"Hram sponfeder.ition Women I Naro i stated that. _. gnmp "f •' ews came terdam 300 years ago of Florida Jewish War Veterans. :.,ihered to asked his audience to 'talk of democracy — but more important, practice it." He described the work <>' 'h" Darte <'niin v Interfroup education committee which works to advanee -inter cultural educa tion. He stressed the point that neglecting young people and fail nit! to promote good human relations would be breaking failh with uBHiumiy adhered to of caring for the unity." he stat-. fchalletme as a result enal growth. No voice companion can go )r. Narol declared. rid Spaet. George J. Daniel Heller ap t on "Unfinished those war veteran, who gave up their lives so that democracy might ge Spaet. reporting ^-Defamation League. a recent state surorK hotels, and reallive. Captain Jack Brass closed the program on a note of optimism, describing "the remarkable progkimateh 62 percent I ress in Israel since its inception as [to be iliscriminatory. I a state six years ago. Although Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens (left), enacting the role of "misinformed." is the center of attention in the dramatic skit "On Trial" which was one of the highlights of the Women's Ail-Day Conference sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Shown seated (left to right) are Irving Feigenblatt as "Joe Jive." Mrs. Albert Naness as "Golda Ages." Milton R. Wasman as the "Judge." Charles E. Gottlieb as the "prosecuting attorney;" Mrs. Martin Fine as "Casey Worker." Mrs. Alfred Stone as "Emma Gration," Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes as the "Pink Lady," and Max C. Gettinger as "Rabbi Cermon." "On Trial" was written, directed and produced by the Mesdames Gottlieb and Stevens. Israel has gathered in remnants of Jewry from all Europe and Asia." he said, "we are not refugees." "We are simply normal people \ seeking a new dignity, striving for j democracy, who have joined together in an effort to create somej thing noble and good." He urged all nut support of Fed| eration's 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal. Chairman of the all-day conference m Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. prominent leader in Hadassah and other civic affairs Included in the program were talks by Stanley ('. Myers, president of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and a dramatic skit written and produced by MrBernard K. Stevens and Mrs. Charles Eli Gottlieb. Womenauxiliary presidents of six local agencies served on the conference committee. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet was chairman of arrangements, and Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner and Mrs. Henry J. Nelson were in charge of attendance. Herbert Mathes hears some of the facts [own community as "attorney" Charles Eli Gottlieb V "dqe" Milton R. Wasman. The scene |: fa dramatic skit featured at the all-day conC'rc-ater Miami Jewi=h Federation Women's at the Di Lido hotel. The affair launched as ai I caJon mon.h to drumatiz? local welfare 'A omen to "know your Jewish commuMrs. Harris to Chair Tifereth Israel Tea Mrs. .I.oneHarris has been named chairman of a membership tea to lie held by Tifereth Israel Northside Center on Nov. 18. according to an announcement this week. Named program chairman was Mrs Herman Goldfarb. Also announced wa> the unanimous election "I Mrs. William Altinan as "Cook of the Week." Rabbi Abraham Herson, spirit i ii.d leaderindicated here thai clothing inow being collected tor a forthcoming rummage sale to be Conducted by the (enter. Chairman of the committee in charge is Mrs Irving Zuckerman. Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntington Medical Building 168 S.E. FIRST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 2 7691 One of the Largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World W. I. 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PAGE 6 B +Jeist>fk>r*#or Hadassah Groups Plan Local Affairs; Medical Organization Will be Stressed Israeli Group of Hadassah will month of emphasis 00 Had usall hold a regular meeting on Monday. Medical Organi/ation and HedKI \ v 8. 12:30 pm at the Bel Air* Center, Mrs Hotel. On Monday, Nov. 8. at 12 noon. V nth Aliyah committee of ML ScODtU group of Hadassah will he -t> to members and triends at (heir annual luncheon in Beth David Synagogue. The program will ho narrated by Center chairman, and Mn Soy mour Schulner. vice pre-ident in charge of HMO. will discuss the amio! the month The invocation will be given by Mrs Eugene Silverstone • There will be %  general meeting ol the Henrietta Siold Group of Mrs Moe Feingold, with songs by Hadassah on Noi R si 'noon, m Cantor Maurice Hunches, sccomthe Empress Hotel Mrs.-wii'.ur panted b) Mrs A A Pekelner at Leibman will review a popular best the piano Mrs Melvin Smith iselling novel There will also be music b> Mrs Rose Delleson. plan chairman lrNat Waldman, president "I Shaloma Group oi Hadassah, has ounced a program for Nov. 8th. at Hibiscus Auditorium. 10th -1 : I Alton rd. [n addition t" a membership reI t and the induction ot new mbers Mrs Mart in Goldstt in, mbership chairman, will present a -kit sirLouis Goldman, chapter ccinator, will -peak on the pro ess ot the Hadassah Medical I %  liter rferzl Croup ol Hadassah will i itmi mbership tea on Mon \ 8 12 30 p m at the Sor hotel Mrs .' II Witt, membership irman, ill be in charge "I >r [ternoon %  : nl at the %  of Miami. \ alist A I I' %  an Happen to \ i 1 R sah will NuA 11. 15 I • the Riti Plaza h tel. Vlfred Kat • 11 : (here will be hu i,,„. pi. tented l hum: torii and |b; questioi and answer iod dealing with tiipurp and ccon plishment "i the Ha .;,!, Medical Organization Plans t"r th< Henrietta S; Id Daj affair will !>< %  discu Ml bid r I .'k chairman \ i, with the : \: mistice Da) will folCommunity singing will round i %  the | Membership chairman iMiss %  I Pai ki r Menorah Group "i Hadassah will hold its i Monday, No*. 8. 115 p in at the Coral Gables li ish Cei Dr Don Lars n ol the Univei hood adult i : Miami :• atured spei k< i i he course Naomi Group of Hadassah meets ut fl 30 p m Mondaj evening, No* 8. m Howard Johnson's, 1100 Biscayne blvd. Plans lor the Dec 5 smorgasbord dinner-dance will be formulated A >kit about the Hadassah Medi cal Organization, "The Hand That Healswill be presented bj Mrs Arthur Ben and Mrs Marvin Uber Deborah Group of Hadassah will have a luncheon meeting at the Algiers hotel on Monday, No\ 8. 12 noon. Reservations can be male with Mrs Jerome Weitzman and Mrs Ben Seidler Y .nth Aliyah chairman Mr•man will preside A Hi nrietta Szold Hadassah al ..! will be held Wednesdaj \,,\ to, 1 p m at the homo ol • Mrs Ehi il l • 109 Irving Surl V fill It i n Hap pen t" You." will be -i Mori Fremon Joins Real Estate Firm Mori Fremon has joined the til m a Shorn 4 Osher Lincoln rd '• Beach, it was announced bj real tor Edward A Osher M Fremon, former publicist .liter t'H United Stateand Latin American publication-, will • cialize in hotel, motels and other business properties and will be in chai ge "i the new I) organ ized Latin American department of shem & Osher Zamora Institute Opens Hebrew Classes Tuesday The course in elemental*) He brew for women Ithe first in a series ol courses under the auspices oi the Zamora Jewish Center In-titute for Adult Jewish studies according to an announcement this week bj MrGrace Kivel, Sister education chairman givei bj It.iiiiu B ,.. I t.,!k on ci\il liberties v ember Leon Hurwit/ end It lu a m on Tin Cantor (ilantz Honored at Service Friday evening, Oct 2!). Rabbi Abraham Hcrson. spiritual leader oi Tifereth Israel Northside Cen ter. in a surprise program, paid tribute to Cantor Albert Giant/ %  •for hioutstanding services ren:. the past five years to the congregation Herman W Kutun. president, present! d antor Glanti with %  ring .i.i token ol Tifereth Israt I appreciation jack former presidi •sed a -po ong in honor oi h %  iccasion l obias presente I Cantot i i wi'.h a Wdl precia %  insen i • \ sifts of Mi \\ r ih m H with Mrs I n Kutun. with .. pearl neck laci to Mi G %  \ • 250 people wei to honor 11 cant Mrs. Ross to Speak MrLaura fl i fan i child guidance c i inselot will speak on "Divorce ItSocial, Eco and Psychological I auses" at .i di-( i --ion group meet it th< Miami Beach Recrea t> partment, 2100 Washington ave., on Friday, R 30 p tn W A N T E I) Israel Zilberfarb, ol Hair, .t Gan, Israel, is seeking to contact Don Wagner whose last known address was 2296 SW 5th it Miami Per -onwith information should ion tad 11 %  -: r i Weintraub, 3327 West GainBaltimore 19 Md Compare unit 5* / • w .w*ous SINCl \* Conference Slated in Gables "This is Youf ConterrneV will be the theme of a program of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties at its first general meet ing of the year on Thursday. Nov. 11. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center The business session of the all daj meeting will start at 10:15 a.m. A box luncheon will he served at noon, to he followed by the presentation of the afternoon dramatic pr igram Participants in the skit, which was written and directed by MrSaul Von Zamft. will be members of affiliated organizations, who will demonstrate in dramatic fashion the activities of their particular organization projects. MrMatilda Ratner and Mrs A Frank Wollins. vice presidents of Conference, will preside during the all-daj nwettaf which la open to the entire memberships of the 72 affiliated groups M r t, Leonard (ilasser is in charge of arrangements, and Mr< Ben Zion Ginsburg Meetinc ipublicity chairman Reservations may be made with registrar. Mrs. Harry Kaufman Distributed by HI GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-8456 GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING L.RLATEh MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE $-5537 Compare Meeti Fashion "•; %  ^ % %  '••*.shC v a ""'' regular meetaTl day evenmg. Nov %  Repubhcn aub %  %  ler st '"'I, The Knmp al -"•bersh,; ,;: *< room „f hl A1 JeJ day afternoon, N v ,JJ| Forum Series ty Zamora JewUh r M 1 forum„ „ \ Vpd %  PIH • at th Cpnter i **s Wettion period u,\C/\ %  chairman of the ^ New Group Fors^] At Kneseth Israel Knc-.th Israel CCM Week announced thefoiroup lor y.,ung mmare in the the synagogue on Sunda; at 8 p m according u> j nah Caplan, spiritual 1 \t ') FORT LAUDERDALE Taxing Temple Emanu-D's Off torium to capacity, 500 Jewiah and Christian residentso Broward County's recent kickoff meeting in honor oil centenary of Jewi ,h settlement in the United ized by Rabbi Marius Ranson (center the meeting t sored by the Temple and its affiliate organizations Bi the Fort Lauderdale Ministerial Association and and service clubs. Shown with Rabbi Ranscnarel David, speaker-designate of the Florida State Houset sentatives. and Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. presidentolthel Conference ol Christians and Jews, who addressed to ing. OUTSTANDING RABBI -CANT.) ELOQUENT ORATOR. EXCELLENT CANTOR. DTI PERSONALITY. Has had radio programs. Highest Dasiras position. Writ* Rabbi H., Box 773, Miami II. Is your boy or girl attending HEBREW SCHOOL?! we have a tew vacant seals in our beginnttu and advanced classes KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREttl 14 IS EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI Phone 5-1682 in dK< Notice to all Miami Beach Kosher Food Ci All kothar butcher shops and poultry m rl ,h [2j suparwis.on on Miami Baach are part ot !** %  kashroth sopor*' ,,on The Greater Miami Orthodoi| Rabbinical Council Look roc the sign of th CENTRAL MIAMI KASMRUTH C0MM '" b.,.n my sign.tur. on MIAMI BE*t N>r yovr tranfa* ot kashroth RANI MOSES MESCHEL0FF Maataar. NtJW Kmtkrtk C,mmiui. Vaaaiaic*' < %  PtMM S '321 %  IV. timkmt* KAMINfTZKT. taptn'isa'j



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PAGE 8 A tJewlstflorkBan Ruth Goldschmidt Returns to Miami for Round of Talks; Visit Slated Nov.444V Ruih Goldschmidt, director %  rs ol the I onsulate i -. .-I in Ne York, is ing a return \ i-it to the < Sreal i r Miami community No\ 14 to 21. A number events and .mill speakin ,( been arranged in conm /Miss Roth Coldichmidt Mi-Gi M • \ IS Mi.v i ill will address the Dade •v B r A %  • %  S i i c r Miami J< .. mmunity to -.hmidi held • •' • I • • 1010 M • r i if i tinner Miss -< '.< % % %  N '. lti \ ter hot< Oi • will speak a) 17. 12:30 1521 • Dr II reati f thi • ••. Sov 1" -i hn idt i ir-t %  10 pi Station W 11A : Sov 18. : • I Kith the lion of the < Ireater itioi f L'niti led M -i hn. idi Ires meeting to i i tl • %  hotel ..• pn Ser hosti thiluncheon will !>• MrI. .1 flrej in "f the ter Miami chapter >f th. Fridaj Sot l!> Miss idt will n lest ..ppr^r • on the HIIIK O'Daj radio pn>over radio station WHJD from 9 15 tu 1U u m The e*ten'sfve round ol i appearances and address* b> MIM 1 Sunda; No* 21. when she w iewed on the Constitu n WTVJ at i l %  the n, .."-' %  %  %  %  • %  • Goldscl • %  I : the .A %  -' %  %  I • •. il public reli i Ihe Instituti Wl V war broki 1948 shi || i • vra ..... tun %  id editor of thi lewih \ %  • for Pali I latet •li, i ment ol Israel th< past thn hmidl has inti \ n public in her "i ficial capacil tor ol pub • sulati Gi ni Israi I in Ni York thi summer ol 1951 and .,i the tation of Ni York I'ni\!i-Goldschmidt ersity I .:• co-director "i NYI workshop Life and Culture .i sixweek course held in 1Mi-Goldschmidt is instructor of ourse i"i teachers n the "Cultur n ol : !>> (he Board ni • %  : Ni U N ork I 'itj in co on nh the Isr %  Goldchn I by thi Zionist < ouncil of rida "I which Maurice Sun iichairn >n the %  • %  %  witl Sui Mr II i M r and Mrs \' i hei New Members to be Honored At Zamora Late Services ."HI new members will be welcomed into the Zamora Jewish t il open bath ser • v • v i>ur congregation -h..-. %  M %  %  • %  %  %  %  o| iluruit/ Zamora u expert ;.il rr\ i,.,! i ur reschool classroonu [ the nev Thet Hun*iu I HMD Will I* %  '• %  -t Kin They're all smiles in anticipation ol a gala so .u-El on Satu-duy night, Nov. 6. in era of '.he arrangements committ ing second from right to iron out detail" of the rman Sidney TeUei Irving Cypen and Adle:, Goldb*>:q and Dave Kl.na ning Ed in. Al Ossip. Alfred Stone M %  %  DJ. Shei ,;z Marv.n Kimm nci! Ge:shon Miller Jo M rris Schneidei Hoary Smith, Will Yunea. Jack Buri.s, Al Kaplan and Joe Swimmer. cial even! to 1 the Moul : n Ro tge i ee met with prcs : den. affair. Seated '!ef1 --•,,.!., M'lton Sirkin. I Ion. r er. O her COmn I ike Salmon. Irvina S Zion Ginrburi. So! C cl. Sol Lichter. Dr. Hei el Newman. Jrv P ium Sussman. Geor % %  Lehiman. Mike SoMin C -.!-?3 Y SEYMOUR D. SINGER CEIT/F/ED PI/RUC ACCOUNUM Announces Hit opening, ol kit offices Mercantile Bonk Bwileting 420 LINCOLN ROAD SUITE 254 255 Brandess Women Slate Fall Meeting Members of the Gi Miami •. r National Women's (lornmittee ol Brandeis University. are makii annual f;• 11 meeting or No> li' ;.t the Sea Isle boti I ai cording to Mrs bV n Zion Ginsburt president marks the I irth year "t roup in this in i B I niversitj itsell is six years old MrGinsburg announced th.it Ihe gui -• -i" aki r will I F Kauffmat adn assist%  .His subji Brand) •\ Its Viiln %  ... ,,1 th.first Ji v.ii v• i Mn %  Mn Harold Turk pi • .m ch of at i i TH its li ipeful b %  rown to ..n enrollment oi • n! 143 It b beginning duata trainI hidt ats enrolled in the .1 rit "Purpose of the womaa*i conport and maintain it th iirmer>it> The WCC f thiuiulcrt.iking i mdi•h..i the eonnitpieted .i new wiai tn thUbrarj !•• bouat th.lou.ooo Kjml over 1 IKMI „lbuni~ ol •I li\ them lincc tioni '' %  chool opei llf) ,.,,., : „ ., Ant -hi" in the COflt„. „„,„.,• tol MMXN u.im.n. aaoat o.ooo addi District • ; i uiumbu HARMING TO LIVE QXFORD*f SCHOOL MIAMI BEACH K.NDWGARTEN TMtU COUEGE PIEf Htmbtr • Amerieaa $ch.'s e Colleoei AIIKMIM %. urdinps „„; lionif of SUNSHINE FASHIONS -at I 4 ;.| off Miami Miami B.ach r't. LaudardaU West PM I I TELEPMONE 51-0411 Camp Representative Wanted wit* fellein, for well estoMithe^ New York State Mo.ntoin co e caeap. S550 fee. NttM .. staff o.ti.nol E.celtea! Ian, ten. fmajKial arrenaeiaeat. Reply amaa. fall aartit.lart. C. I., toi I73, WlSMII I P. fOWD HAiSlHG CHAMtMEN f An Opportunity TO RAISE MONEY BUILD THE TREASURY af rear • ORGANIZAT'ON • YOUTH GROUP • S.STERHOOO Write: THE JEWISH FIORIOIAN P. 0. Box 2973 MM IS, Florida ^.Way KOSHER CATERERS VVeddingl Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Partta CATERING A Complete Sen k t S'o P^rtv To.. Small No Pa-^ Un< TH I>'dr BoulevjrJ Phone W*5j || N„ Aaawci (. >iJrr Riblxi %  ^^ --^.^g.^ I i i i \ C.alelf Safectiaa af i I Men's and Women's Apparel Fashions and Acci | Boys' and Girls' Wear > | Blankets, Sheets, Towals and Other Df*** MORRIS BROTHERS I \ n l FlAGilR



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PAGE 10 A +Jtisl th*KMa*i Some 400 Await Naturalization A first time large group Polish petitioners will •>•• naMralh ed at Veterans' Da) ceremonies No\ 11 in Dade County torium. In addition to thi *~ Poles, mostly displaced persons, there will be the customarj large numl %  former British citizens, 123, mainly from the Wesl Indies 58 from Cuba and 43 from Canada Youngest applicant for l) S cltizenshp ithree-year-old Abraham Padron. Havai 80-year old Mar) Adeline < oe resident ol the British Wi M IndU The threeyear-old boj i%  childn n .: h ag< to IT accordi figures released b; thi In tion and Naturaliration arc fron \ menia now Iran Australia \u-tn.i. China. Colombia Turke) Sv land. Ecuador, Egypt, Haiti, L*bs non > Mexi, \, therlands Ni Zealand, Norway. Panama, Spain, Peru and Rumania Thi almost 4tm %  new citizi ns repn sent 41 i alities Women outnumber the i ith 225 n i I) for citizen-hip will i: | • %  : ty Au ; •• V lion %  patriot Clti/l ing Harvey V Seed I I f thi Km %  1 • I the m School .,. • %  in a i %  • will ch %  iced* im w.itch del Section. Natioi incil ol Jewish %  I b> He] Mrs. Shafkin Chairman %  by Mi Chapti i ning. ? %  Leo Chaikin. president of Weinkle Liquor Stores and active locally in Federation end Isiael Bon.. ions, is pictured selling a case of the internationally famous Israel Carmel Wines to Baron do Hirtch Meyer, civic and communal leader. Chaikin revealed thai I Liquoi Stores has embarked on a program geared toward selling the Israel-produced wine* without profit and as a means oi aiding Ihe Jewish Stcrta la upbuilding its econom I industrial pol 'This is ol paramount importance," Chaikin sad, "II Israel is to solidify in the world co:: market the freedom for which its fought and a of Liberation." He exiron de Hirsch Meyer's purchase of .'. :les promotion campaign would s ai an Ol rs to emulate in ti'.e uphill strug %  • [utui Eraanu-El Youth Services to Resume For the ninth con acuttve year, the Sunda) mornini youth break fast services iponaored by Temple Emanu El an il • Sisterhood will commence with the opening tern Ice on Sunda) morning, ttm ~. anSamuel Friedland, pn -i t the congregation \ itherinf ol teen agera i, (s; eti o atten l the sen ice i,, i e held In the ehaspi 1 .it B SO %  i in followed bj breakfast In the Temple -" lal lull prepared and ,Med b] the Sisterhood %  | ii. youth breakfast services will tinu h Sundaj morning throughout ihe year and will I a ; to embrace the customs of ..all i irthcoming festival and nolida) as Ihej occur Various guest speakers are scheduled to high light forthcoming programs FRIDAY i^V^o^i % Gables Sisterhood Maps luncheon, Rummage Sale Si-iterh >o I of th Coral G I • Wi N \ 10. %  p in at th i ph Cittli n will • Sisterl rumma Fi No\ 12. I St Market Hum ,,i the V: Reich Parent Conference Held on Beach Jack Wilson, treasurer of North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith. who has been awarded a plaque as "outstanding member of the year," will represent the lodge at a banquet marking groundbreak ing ceremonies for the new B'nai B'rith building in Washington on Nov. 7. Hon. Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, will be principal speaker. Wilson will bring greetings from North Shore Lodge, according to Milton Mannheimer, president W111 PT.A iliami H ; %  full -i %  %  II C Il I SI %  Van.iu1 • to li 0 : H i P.T..V pn suun Dis UMMI n leaden Mrs. Leo I hai kin Emanuel Goldstrii h Hi i \ perl Mn Leonard L \i.. %  -MrCarl Susskind, Nat Williai rge J Talianofl MiJonah i apian Becorden include Mrs Leonard Wlen, MrDavi i R Topp, MrJ. hn N Scrhin MrBenjl bin hfaadell MrLenere Weiland and Mr.Max Cogan Evaluations from the recorders' notes wen compiled and delivered by I)r Anderson to ih<' parent group following lunch Prime aim ot the program, he pointed out. to eontributa suggestions, remedies OS solutions to both parents snd teaehen on their most vexing -ihool home troubli -. The discussions will take two one hour periodeach First period opens at lu to am Second period is at 11 20 a.m. The evaluation assembly begins at 115 p.m. All take place at the high school. Luncheon Slated At Beth David %  i I) lui k card party oi \ i) N"vem I Beth David Audi im Mrs Morris I U general chairman, stated thai "final plans emi nth ive been com for the unique card part) i ure those attending %  most im I • fternoon" ting on the committee are co-chairmen Mrs Fred Sandlei n I MrRii hard Herol assisted bj the Mi %  lii I Mas Silver, Max Jacobean, Ro) Mack Frank Ros Sam Badanes l an Ernest Sussmann, Barr) Klein, Ralph Hankin and Nathan ii.,. idow Monticello Ladies To Meet Wednesday Annual membership tea sponsored b) the Mollie Kahaner Ladles' Auxiliar) will be held at the lion I Park Jewish Center on Wed v>\ lo. 8 p m. A musical plaj Ii I i President's Da)," ill I"' presenfed Included in the casl are the Mesdsmes Mar) Klion, Jean Cohen, Justine Abramnwltz, Ruth Kasten, Zelda Heyman, larriet I I iith St. -in. Janet iiu-h Muriel Deutsch, Beverly Bli on B< itrici Weiss, Kuth Gold Rubin Pianist is Rebecca Keshlansky The pla) idirected by MrFlor Mersel, with the assistance ol Pauline Hirahberg and Carol i %  undlicfa Ri [reshments will ba served bj MrJustine Abramowitz, chaii ,I.,I ., committee Joseph Cherner, T jxM -der dl h and V.' has been crppoinfcj Board of C ." ••' I con; ; Motcr Company nd| dent oi S per. pany .. I Sh Waldman Family Takes Over Tart Major Alterations Are Under Wav r Membership Tea Due • tea "ill be I ter, American J 10. 1 p i home ol Mi %  i n 1' %  il lay Robinson, 20th Century Fox stai ol "The Robe" and "Demetrius." is now appearing in the Biltmore Playhouse comedy. "Bay Me Blue Ribbons." The show will be presented nightly except Monday for two weeks, with matinees on Saturdays and Sun days. I'IIM ii i-e ol Miami Beach's famed Lord Tarleton hotel was con firmed thiweek by Joseph \\ p...ii who, with infamily, has ort hotelm Flori %  .. N rth tor man] pan .\t tl time, the Wa Famil) announced that the na Ihe hotel would be changed to if. tel and would opt n Ii r itpremii r M %  on en Dec. 7. i th the Waldman opi ration, a full Amerp| n M ith food served under rvisioa will %  with the highest lux irds Iteration pill he ipenin mo•' i irten : wit h will be th>installa01 M -t.onli anl %  ful dinin | room that i -i an %  WaMa : The h will be thi onl) I in the 30th to 40th -t an %  Ihe m a activity >i that will "l under -tiicti -t dietary a tup i\ i-ion \\ sldman iloeated on %  tropical oceanfront block betaaaii 40th and 41-t -tIt has. since it first opened bean the favorite resort h>>tel of some of the biggest per sonjJities in the world of business -nil entertainment, the resort operator revealed. The beach and patio area is one of'Miami Beach's n.ost spacious and it also boasts a crystal-clear olympic-sixe swim ming pool and an unusually luxurious cabana colony." One of the most celebrated rooms m the hotel is the famed Jolaoa ("orner. named for the late, great Mr Big" of show business The complete schedule of planned activities, dancing, all-star -how-, movies and other entertainment features will be centered in and around the Jolson Corner. This newest of the Waldman Family hotels is reportedly the tall ,--t building in Miami Beach, with 13S rooms, each with private glassenrloaad bath and shower. The hotel is completely air conditioned and heated, and each room has inividual finger ti A Then car room U pus r r outdoor cocktail lounge *** neck bar solaria room. i„r ladi *• beauty salon. stand The Vs ..ldmani U* that evt. M-IVC P|* been asade for ** convention hall and public sress. *"" a truly luxurk *f handlmf W affairsable tion-. social Bar Mitrvshs. Associated *""JJ| n .Samuel.* "J ,, w Ted Unde-TM-I PsgftowiU Tbc also ownand


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PAGE 2 B -u^l.tf^rMtW FIRST j l r „,,,. r firm .FRIDAY, HOV HIGHEST IN RESERVES MIAMI BEACH FEDER %  I N0 ,oN M10(... Active in the current Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah membership dnve are > approval and endorsement of the Greater Miami Orthndux Rabbinical Council, under the direction of K..i>iu 'Sports Hi-Spots' To Interview Team The Kmnht of Archbishop Curley hiuh school will be guests ol Merle Roberts on "Sports HISp..t~." Monday, Nm 8, at 9 90 pm. over radio station WIN/. Ray Dunn icoach for the fool ball team, which i> now in its C ond year at the new school For the fir-t time this year, tin competing in the Gold Coasl Meschelofl -All Miami Beach establishments ferenci displaying the sign ol the Central Florida Power A Lighl Co sponMiami Kashruth Commission are sors "Sports Hi-Spots." which gives iHance n rve up t< d iti news year around, on tame stricl kashruth requirethe high school sports menl > w • schelofl has standardized i o r the past IS the announcement reded. Kaminetzk) has mai • \;n ri< nee in thi I kash Hi • hochct, ha\ ig a kal bbi Fleish ol the Beth Hamidrash li i i New Y<>rk He has %  rvi d as tochet, supervisor "i kashruth nd religious leader in Fayetteville i Durham, N C. for ten years, ,ii Macon, Ga for six years irior, to incoming to our comnunit) During histaj in Fayetteville. he served .is civilian chaplain at ort Bra. Lions Aid Sisrhl Drive matel) I 500 Lion members will Tub' up greater Mi ami with more than %  < quarter mi Dude I nit Issues Cancer Warning Dads County Unit of the Amerlean Cancer society this week reminded Miamiaiu that cancer daily takes the lives of 620 Americans Half of 'hose people might lived if the cancer had been detected m time." a statement here revealed "Because cancer gives ii" warning it maj strike man. woman or child, anytime, ai where thej had no inkling ol its nee The MM iel ed a thorough health check up ever) y* ar, tter how well you feel 'I he Dade unil also urged women over 39 to s, %  iheir physicians twice yearly A free booklet the dread disea ind thi even dan gers which alert persons to cer systems is available at the MOSTHSHOM IMNCH MAIN OHICf Mil and Haidina licl B..d ml W.thmil,, tl PRUDENT MANAGEMENT MAKES POSSIBLE OWj^ SHELL'S si rut MARI WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STO^ 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Ph 0M The Public Learns Quick!-/ Where To Sh In Edison Center—Open Sunday, PERSONALIZED SERVICE "ART" "MAURT" "MO* COULTON LROb. 6ARA3I • I nay Repairs and PIIM*, Will •henr. MAR, • &* S? STOBB OR MOVE THE MODERN WITHERS W; lion light bulbs in their campaign American Cancer Society, L200 for better eye right, which opened Huntington bidg., Miami hen N<>\ I, 52 Association Slates The I.ions cluhs in all Hade County communities will undertake to seli 350.000 electric light bulbs to raise funds lo (• used for sight conservation projects and aid to the hlind. Host cluhs maintain funds to buy classes, pay for eye examinations for the needy, and seven cluhs in the area have purchased telebinoculars for schools to use in eye • \ 52 Association of Greater Miami aminations will hold .. card party at the Roney Godfrey Novotny, chairman for I'laza hotel mi Tuesdaj evening, the bulb tale, emphasized the .\.p\ 16 8 p.m Chairman <>i the bulbs will be offered f"r .aijir iLouise Bushing regular prices and urged residents Also scheduled bj th< group is '" rtoc "I 1 "" ,,ll!l,s during the a membership cocktail part) a) camps the Algiers hotel "ti Sunday, N A caravan of light bulbs will be ::';. from 2 to ."> p.m accoi to sponsored bj the Lions Fridaj and an announcement thiweek b> will iescorted bj polio through Bi-tt \ r'leishei Gre itei v. lami NATURAL MINERAL WATER BATHS Physical Therapy for ARTHRITIS and neuro-muscuiar ailments Ft. Lauderdale Spa 500 S.W. 14th Court Phone JA 2-7759 Miami i OlSiit mi" Oat tl lit Still i li till Dulinii nl Ottr-ltO::45 VMM MIAMI THIS SPACE RESERVED for Harry Gorton SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY GORDON FUNERAL HOME IN MIAMI 710 S.W. 12th Ave. MIAMI BEACH 1333 Dade Blvd. UlASl DO HOT PHONf '/ WANT MY MILK fit.B. and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Omtrt frtltciti TEL. 2-2t52| Greater Miami Delivery Villt 0r firm ,t I • Bird I. o.. Seataw Creok \ II II RT; 1 'i ^8 1 J %  i Slonre Facilities Available In All Major Cities Throughout The U. S. s local Storage In Our Two, Modern 7-Story WAREHOUSES Fireproof CoMtrsctroa • Oily Pritalt Slerf.e Room la Greiler Mum • Slt 1*4 R"l Vault! • 1M %  ", A0 T. aalomatic Fire aee l'|Ur Protect** PHONE 82-7561 Mil Ntrtkcist lit RMSSS, Mum To or Fna I The Uiitiil Complete. TMI PackiotatfT' Fifuskapl Uetrl Doha** II Available Far Eft filimole* I without Coi* or 0 loaf s Or W Ujl Ana FIM n MiienlW' locolMo"0> dckd out... Vi From P' 0 '*' bui ih rttn. j from $4.50 tW3 HOTIL M'A|p(n m a TIICM Mlli



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PAGE 6 A +JewteUk!&&L FRIDAY. Hi Judith Lynn Krensky Becomes Howard Gerard; nine. White Miss Judith Lynn Krensky selected blue and white tor the decor of her wedding on Sunday morning. Oct 31. at 11 a m to Thomas Howar l Gerard, of Miami Beach Rabbi Leon Kronish performed ihe ceremony, assisted bj Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Temple Sholim. The bride is the daughter ot Mr „r.d Mrs. L J Krensky, 4955 Delate .tve.. formerly of Chicago The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs. d e Lleberman, of Chi< Matron of honor was Mrs Harry B. Smith, sister of the bride B shall H Berk Mr and MrNaf Reese, i t Chimaten randparent: I ,ufl< in to attend Ihe wedThe bridi selected %  i .. tulle fashii ned with a fitted bodio with white k The empii ili She carrii d white orchids %  • %  ph inotis on hei i ile Her shou i i nch is as attach | sequins and lace Her unlj jeu : of • f hoi blue organza ballerina-length sh mlder neckline g< wn and ried a cascade ol w h I • Mrs Kn nsk> i Iher of the %  le, sell eti pit by V ll %  Suiuli'ii Kiniiloi'l '.> I !'i ith He\ caled • : Ll I %  %  %  %  1-. [ Atlanta. G f Mi %  : % %  i %  h-Kinglofi \ %  H Sociel I %  i Beach High Scl elect) '•' %  i W • %  I I %  %  • %  Mrs. ThomasiPERSON ALLY A re Theme g p E A KING Henry Bulbin ha %  '" Miami after trip lo CWcajn. where be attended the annual abot .h iw Enroute home h %  • -pent several -ia> wltll Wi children in I. i l I Mr and Mrs Morton Stitsk) and ehildn -*6 %  -' 'I 1 ^"'"' Dallas, rex., thia week, where Mr Stitsk) will be associated vwth his father and brother In the opera N e Brand Shoes i chain ,., reuii shoe shops tin Stitsk) is the I Mr and operal %  ,nn Ille. N.C. h |80 Ba) Sokolik. (ireen Kxchantfe Vovs Florence V (he bi al R '> The bride daughter ol Mr and MrM.. Wolfl 345 42nd -' was in marriage by her father She attended schools in SI wufai and Washington I niversit) Mr Green, son i I Mas Green. 5701 North Ba> rd attended Ihe Universit) of Richmond, Va., and ..i.uir years in the I S Ni v) Patricia Wolff, sister, u „. n honor 1 %  '. .,best man Vfti i Hawaii, the cou| %  rth Ba) rd VVenjferhoff g Will \\Vcl i,; 8 Mr and Mr, j. j 3910 SW uth s N the engagement „f .? •*" %  %  Sandra J£j* to I'errv Hk,„ alias Wengert 2 "H "* Sch.„, i la a member of p h „?"< aororit) She u Mai Marshall | nc *££ Set*" *trs. Tlimoi Howard Gerard Miss Smmdru KimfltH Mn. iack f. Mozor Broun, M;i/(ir Kxehange Vi >\vs t. 24. al the I lei. Sheila J Broun, bride • %  %  • %  %  • %  I %  I %  'if th.bru %  led th rsit) ol I Mr Maaor n at the University of Indian Purdue Universit) He ia member I \lpha rial fraternhj and -pent two in the Army The couple will make their home in Lafayette Lit hcrman, Wax Arc Kngageri 77'. %  I ; Irwin I Miami. i [Mi Mrs Vax. 1605 I i in I %  Miss Roberta Ipile.n Miss Epstein to Wed Law Student r> i 29 ;ii be the date of the wedding of Misa Roberta Barbara and Sidney Harold Golden. The couple's betrothal is being need by the bride-elect's ;>..r enU, Dr. and Mn Httrrj ll Epstein, 1211 MaraelDe* dr. Miami Beach Mr Golden'a parents are the ( harles Goldem of CohuBbaa, 6 Miss Epstein is a graduat. ol the i niveraity of Miami Her -.. runty i^ I'hi Sigma Sigma She is a member Of Kappa l>elta l'i education honorary and former president of the \--ociation of childhood Education. HIT fianoi led from Ohio i niversit) and li attending Franklin l..i School in Columbus. He is .i news commentator and nnouneer with station WNBS lumbus (i;in/. Klein Choose .Ian. I Ceremony l i the dati I >• ara which V. aid S Klein bein nouneed here by ;h>bride-ei ii.Tin!M BI i Mrs Herman i 1321 SW 43rd ave Mr Klein's parent! are th. Fred i 3049 SW 21-t st He and hii tied thai the] to be m Temple i El. • 1 from Miami Senior lh^h School, wh.-re she Misi Son*. Hn*** Tickets for 150 ami !' %  part) I | p.m., al S M IV praij ning pl r i ind i "luad | eta are i 130 1 b Hillel Council Meetia K> iiu ... r. Ad\ iaor Mon.l.r. Hillel H VillwB Gables %  i dent Maclelyn's Mt4 Told b\ WVinni Mi Philip fl| %  th. i Mi 1 Saul I 1 Ihe -oi The bnd dent %  : v -I'. I %  the t • me mi and -.'• Th The) i Miss Wilma Gmmi • mbi r ol the atud—I eouav • 11 Mr K |( I limn MiaBBi nd the I'nl• i : rida. lie Via 1 mem •r w ibda Phi tr.,t \ ; Uoi % %  < % % %  be la cur>ar> of Sho lem I ,,i B rith. and a i ih. t.oard ni dlrecton %  Ml ill m Miami couple met at a University of Florida alumni affair in 1953 I *tiss Fraacia* Litktrmt Rummage Sale Si-:.rh.MKl of Miami Hebrew School and I ,lion> i> havI ing a rummage sale at 142S NW 3rd 1 h.irman i* MrAbraham I Bark in Proceeds are for the Tali mud Torah. Hits ma**** **



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MOVF.MBER 5, 1954 hi Cantor Bar ,|. in Gables will become Bar I Saturday morning, Nov. f of the Coral Ga\i, enter. Rabbi Marm %  officiate, with Cantor fcbinson rendering the r rtions „f the liturgy, jj ^e son of Mr. and Membership Tea At Clover Club Annual membership tea of Bnai B'nth Women of Miami was held on Tuesday. Nov. 2. 12 noon, at Ihe Clover C'luh. Guest speaker VU Mi Jack Wein. past president Muiica] interlude was presented by Miaa Helene Revoire, sons stylist. "The Perplexed President," a skit, highlighted the afternoon. Cant included the Mesdames Murray Lazarus. Bernard Newmark. Ah? Aronovitz. George Liebman. The Mesdames Nat Speigelman, Milton Yaffee, Murrie Ashman. Joseph I.. Herman. Betty Birchansky, Morris Gladstone Nathan Levine and Miss Helene Hevoire. Membership chairman i~ Mrs it B.itt with Mn. Bernard Wwmark acting as program chairman stes^fcafcB PAGE 7 A i|.il Howard Canter tor, 907 Jeronimo, student at the Coral Gall ier religious school ID in the eighth grade of I • mior High School. |owi ts ;it the cere|l. Mrs. Richard t %  u York; Mr ant Zeesman, of Cor I VI Vlvin Saul. AtlanL %  Morris Nelson, of New Group Formed Officers id the Young Men and Women Group of Kneseth Israel Congregation wen this week announced by Rabbi Jonah K. (.'apian, Spiritual leafier. Named chairman is Sam Gold berg, with Robert Bezark acting as co-chairman. Mrs Fred Zisquit will be aacretarj n[ the newly formed organization. Next meeting i~ scheduled far Sunday evening. Nov. 7, at 8:30 p.m. Muttress Firm Reveals Move to Enlarge Quarters William L. Sheade, of the Sheade Bedding & Mattress Co., 123 NW 23rd St., Miami, this week revealed that his firm is enlarging its plant for better service to many customers. Sheade is founder and former owner of the Roosevelt Bedding & Mattress Co of Chicago. III., operated at present by his son. Emanu-El P.T.A. Plans Meet Wednesday Parent-Teacher Association of I Temple Emanu-El will hold a genI eral meeting on Wednesday evening. Nov. 10, 8 p.m.. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, 4444 I'inetree dr., announced Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president. Under the chairmanship of Sidney Teller. Benjamin Greene and Albert Lehrman, the fathers will participate in a surprise program entitled. "Honorable Men-chen." Edward Ginsberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg, 4759 Nor'h Bay rd., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu El on Saturday, Nov. 6. Rabbi Henry Wernick will officiate in the absence of Rabbi Irving Lehr man, and Cantor Philip Brummer will chant. Edward is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Elementary School and is a member of the graduating class of Temple EmanuEl's daily reliqious school. Barn Dance Saturday Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center will hold itannual barn dance and social on Saturday eve ning, Nov t>. at 8:30 p.m. Square dancing will %  Included, with a caller. Rh >ta and Fred Rapps are in charge of activities. All proceedwill go toward ;> fund Cor the constructi in ol a new building hich iplanned for the near fu lure mm, & l w BAKERY "Hutter Makes ii BSetter" THE NNIST INGREDIENTS Tilt :tST IH SKIU THE LARGEST VARIETY OF CAKES, BREAD AND ROLLS ON THE SEACH FAMOUS FOR IGG CHAUAHS 1349 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 5-7117 (Successors fo Pechfer'sJ MIAMI BEACH Suedes CLEANED, RE-DYED, and RE-SUEDED SATISFACTION GUARANTEED tf WE SPECIALIZE IN THOSE HARD TO CLEAN ITEMS Z i 4, William Arthur Levine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Levine, 2910 SW 1st st., will become Bur Mitzvah on Saturday morning during 9:30 a.m. services of Beth David Con gregation. William is an eighth grade student at Citrus Grove Junior High School. A reception in his honor will follow the ceremony. 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